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Haryana govt introduces ‘Dial 100’ to help women at night

After the brutal rape and murder of Dr. Priyanka Reddy in Hyderabad, Haryana Government has introduced ‘Dial 100’ for women who needs help at late night or unable find taxi to reach home. The Chandigarh police website read if a woman needs help then she can call on the PCR number and the team will send a vehicle to drop them home safely. Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij informed that the state government is planning to provide new PCR vans for each police station and 400 new vehicles are being purchased. Src: https://bit.ly/2Y8pWgG

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Centre asks states to create buffer stocks and distribute imported onions

The government asked the state authorities to create the buffer stocks and to stop the hoarding of onions done by the traders. The Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba held a meeting to review the onion price issue across the country. The onions are currently sold at INR 75-100/kg. Centre has urged the traders to distribute the onions at affordable prices and claimed that strict action will be taken against those who hoard the onions. The Centre has already banned onions export. Src: https://bit.ly/2sF2Fau

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Chhattisgarh village makes rape victim pay fine INR 5000 for reporting about rape

In Chattisagarh’s Jashpur district, a 23-year old rape survivor was fined INR 5000 for reporting about rape to police. The village elders alleged that the woman spoiled the image of the village by filing a complaint. The woman was raped by two men identified as Sandeep and Kishore. The next day when the victim went to the police station for complaining, the police did not register her complain and later when she went to panchayat even, they did not listen and fined her. Src: https://bit.ly/2Xpke9B


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India successfully carries first night-launch of Agni-II missile during an Army exercise

India recently on November 16 successfully carried the first night-launch test its ballistic missile Agni-II which is an intermediate-range surface-to-surface conventional and nuclear warfare carrier missile from Dr. Abdul Kalam Island, Odisha during an army exercise. The missile has a range of around 2000 km and was launched through a mobile launcher. The trajectory of the missile was tracked by a number of equipment arranged in the Bay of Bengal near to the impact point. The missile was launched tested by the Strategic Forces Command of the Indian Army and was monitored by DRDO. Src: https://bit.ly/2pysM1G

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