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4 more dead in Delhi violence, toll reaches 17

The Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital has reported that the death toll has reached 17 in the violence that flared up in north-east Delhi. District Magistrate Ajay Kumar Pandey said the boundaries have been sealed by the police, and the district is at peace. Pandey further said all the wine shops in the nearby areas have also been closed by police. Amit Shah had chaired a meeting with Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, CM Arvind Kejriwal, Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik and other leaders on violence and the prevailing situation in Delhi earlier Tuesday. Src: https://bit.ly/3c5Li4J


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Amarinder Singh urges Amit Shah, Kejriwal to resolve Delhi crisis immediately

In the wake of violence in Delhi, Punjab CM Amarinder Singh, on his Twitter handle, urged Home Minister Amit Shah and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal to the crisis immediately to prevent the situation from escalating further in the larger interest of Delhi and the country. As per the Ministry of Home Affairs, earlier on Tuesday, Shah conducted a meeting with Delhi Police and Home Ministry officials regarding the same. Src: https://bit.ly/3a6iUOi

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Delhi Police appeals to citizens to cooperate in maintaining peace, harmony amid violence

In view of the ongoing violence that has erupted across the north-eastern parts of Delhi, the police have called on all citizens of the national capital to work together to maintain peace and harmony across the city. Police also advised citizens not to listen to rumors of mongers and unverified messages on social media. Incidents of stone-pelting, arson, and property damage have occurred in some parts of the North-East area over the last two days. Src: https://bit.ly/2T017m2

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Google launches paper phone to provide people a ‘digital detox’

Smartphone addiction is something that most of the people suffer. Google has launched an app that will help people to do a digital detox as claimed by the company. The app will directly print important things on a piece of paper as per the choice of the user and will limit the use of a smartphone. Google took this action as an experiment to make people focus on more important things other than technology. Src: https://bit.ly/2MYEJGy

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