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Indian Navy successfully test-fires BrahMos cruise missile

The Indian Navy successfully tested the 290-km BrahMos supersonic cruise missile in the Arabian Sea. Earlier in September, the missile featuring Indian propulsion system, airframe, power supply and other major indigenous components was successfully test-fired from ITR, Chandipur in Odisha. In May, the Indian Air Force successfully fired the BrahMos air version missile from its frontline SU-30 MKI fighter aircraft. The BrahMos missile is a 2.5-tonne supersonic air-to-surface cruise missile with a range of almost 300 km. Src: https://bit.ly/2Drth0Q

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Tamil Nadu woman gang raped; one killed over arguments on turns

In Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu, a 32-year-old woman was gang-raped by five men while she was returning home. They took her to a deserted area and brutally gang-raped her. Meanwhile, one of the five accused got into heated argument over the turns of raping her and was killed by his own group. The victim was left with a dead body. Later she went to the police station and lodged a complaint against them. Src: https://bit.ly/2siCpSW

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Former militant Moni Gogoi in Assam turns into good man & is now working to empower youth

A man named Moni Manik Gogoi from Dibrugarh district in Assam was a member of a banned militant group. He was booked by the local police under the TADA act and remained in prison for a year. After he got released, he realized that the armed struggle against the government is of no help. He was helped by the Oil India Limited to renovate a local school in which he was made a general secretary. Gogoi also developed training centers for the youth to train them in the verticals like hospitality, nursing, tailoring and electrician work in his town. Src: https://bit.ly/2L2Srqz

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North India suffers decline in rainfall due to increased oceanic temperature: Study

According to a study conducted by the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, the Indo-Pacific oceanic waters are heating up rapidly which has disrupted the global rainfall pattern. The increased temperature of oceans has caused an increase in rainfall over northern Australia, west Pacific and some regions of southeast Asia and on the other hand, has caused the rainfall to decline in the northern part of India. The decline is caused due to the higher atmospheric temperature above the west Pacific as compared to India which pushes the moisture towards the west Pacific. Src: https://bit.ly/2OWUw8C

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