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Mumbai BJP gets 5000 ladoos and a new big-screen TV to watch the counting of votes

The Mumbai BJP unit ordered 5,000 ladoos ahead of the counting of votes on Thursday. The party has also ordered garlands and have a TV large screen TV set up at the Mumbai office for the party workers to watch the live coverage of counting of votes. Early trends have demonstrated that the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance is leading in 180 constituencies in Maharashtra Assembly elections. Src: https://bit.ly/2BGJiyR


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For how long the restrictions in J&K will continue to be imposed: SC asks Union Government

The Supreme Court has asked the Union Government about the period for which they want to continue the restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir. The SC also advised the government to review the restrictions in J&K on a daily basis. The Union Government imposed restrictions on assembly of more than 3 people(article 144), telecommunication and internet after the revocation of article 370 on August 5. However, some of the restrictions have already been uplifted. Do you think the restrictions made by the government in Jammu and Kashmir should be lifted? Src: Src: https://bit.ly/2BQ5ln7

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The construction of Ram Mandir will begin after 6-8 months of the verdict from SC: Vishwa Hindu Parishad

The Vishwa Hindu Parishad showing the confidence that the verdict will come in favor of the Hindu side said that the construction of Ram Mandir will begin in 6-8 months after the verdict from the Supreme Court. When asked by the media that will they ask the government to bring in legislation if the verdict doesn’t come in their favor the President of VHP ALOK Kumar said that there is no question upon it. Do you think the upcoming verdict of the Supreme Court will end up all the disputes in Ayodhya? Src: https://bit.ly/2MIzsCV

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Apple's CEO, Tim Cook considers climate change as an opportunity and not threat

CEO of Apple, Tim Cook gave the keynote speech on climate change at the Ceres 30th Anniversary Gala in New York. In his speech Cook while giving his views about the battle against climate change said," We don't see climate change as risk, but opportunity", Cook further on said, "With our supply chain partners, we see a chance to develop new and valuable competencies. And because it is the right thing to do." Cook also discussed how Apple was successful in hitting its target of powering its facilities with 100 per cent renewable energy. Src: https://bit.ly/2PekAOr

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