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For Donald Trump’s 3-hour visit, Gujarat Govt to spend INR 80 crore

Gujarat Government will spend around INR 80-85 crore for the upcoming visit of United States President Donald Trump. According to reports, the total expenditure is equivalent to 1.5% of the annual budget of Gujarat. More than 12,000 police officers will be deployed and half of the cost is after security-related. Yesterday, Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani said that more than 1 lakh people will welcome Trump. Src: https://bit.ly/2HAI63h

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Mother poisons son and chopped his body, throws parts in different parts of town in TN

In Tamil Nadu’s Macabre district, a mother allegedly poisoned her son and chopped his body into pieces. The incident came into light when the victim Vigneswaran’s headless torso and chopped limbs were found. The incident took place because she was frustrated with her son being drunk. The accused said when the victim came home, she served him poison-laced food and died after consuming it. Later, she dumped his body parts in different parts of the town. The police have arrested the accused. Src: https://bit.ly/39XjvBV

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Not treated well by India but like PM Modi a lot, says Donald Trump on his India’s visit

US President Donald Trump will visit India on February 24 and 25 and over his visit, there was speculation that he is visiting for a big trade deal. However, while addressing the press, Trump said that they can have a trade deal with India but he is saving the big deal for later on and don’t know if it will be done before the election. Trump further added that the country has not treated him well but he like Prime Minister Narendra Modi a lot. Src: https://bit.ly/3282ou6

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India, France looking forward to widening Indo-Pacific partnership: French envoy

French Ambassador to India Emmanuel Lenain, during an event at the French Embassy in Delhi, stated India and France are the closest partners and the level of confidence between leaders, govts, and people of both countries, which is quite unusual. Lenain further said that his country wants to expand this collaboration in order to be able to join forces and be up to the challenges of the decade and the century, which means further cooperation in the development of new Artificial Intelligence technologies in cyberspace and join forces in the Indo-Pacific. Src: https://bit.ly/39N4imM

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