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Chennai couple reunites with a son who was kidnapped and adopted in US 20 years ago

Nageshwar Rao and Sivagami, Chennai based couple reunited with their 22-year-old son Avinash, who was cruelly kidnapped in February 1999 and sent to the US for adoption. Avinash was kidnapped from Pulianthope in Chennai by an autorickshaw driver in 1999 and gave him away to an orphanage for illegal adoptions. Avinash told that "it was overwhelming, I couldn’t believe this was finally happening. I saw them and I was speechless." Whereas the father Nageshwar Rao said, “We were happy and felt bad when we had lost him for so many years, also we are touched that he cares for us without having met for 20 years." Src: https://bit.ly/2lI7IU1


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J&K DGP: No fresh local recruitment in terror groups

Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police Dilbag Singh today said there have been no reports of any fresh recruitment of local youth joining terror groups, and normalcy is returning to Kashmir Valley. He said there are some reports of infiltration and "we recently saw two Pakistani terrorists apprehended by the Army in Gulmarg sector". On the prevailing situation in the Valley, the police chief said, "Life is returning towards normalcy and people are going about their activities with school and offices open." Src:https://bit.ly/2kEvq3n

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Gurugram: Commuters to get real-time traffic updates from Google

The Gurugram traffic police have tied up with tech giant Google for providing real-time traffic updates to a motorist in the city, a statement issued by police. According to traffic officials, the tie-up was done so that Commuters would know possible route diversions through Google maps and take alternatives routes. Google will update the maps immediately based on data shared by the Gurugram traffic police, said Subhash Bolen, public relation officer of the Gurugram police. Similarly, if an accident occurs on a particular road, this information will be transmitted to Google maps in real-time and will show to commuters who are stuck in the jam. Src: https://bit.ly/2ketL4r

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Vadodara: A man pastes all bike documents on helmet to oppose the Motor Vehicles Act

A man identified as Ram Shah from Gujarat has pasted his driving license along with the vehicle’s RC, insurance slip and PUC certificate on his helmet, to save himself from getting fined under new Motor Vehicle Act. According to the media sources, Ram Shah, who travels on his 2-wheeler informed that now, whenever any traffic police official will stop me, all the documents are always available with me. This way I’ll never face obstacles and neither I have to pay any fine ever. Src: https://bit.ly/2kt1UxB

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