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Kabul: Taliban suicide bomber kills at least 10 civilians, 2 NATO troops, while 42 severely injured

On Thursday, a Taliban suicide blast had occurred at the centre of Kabul and took the lives of as many as 10 civilians and 2 NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) soldiers, and 42 were severely injured. Media reports suggested that Taliban has claimed for responsibility for the attack. Till now the American troops who were killed in Afghanistan this year has reached 16 as well. The US government is currently negotiating a deal on a U.S. troop withdrawal in exchange for Taliban security guarantees. Src: https://reut.rs/2k2EI90


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Delhi: man sets his motorbike on fire after police issues challan

After the new motor vehicles law was enforced on the roads, many incidents have arisen where heavy fines were charged for violating the traffic rules. Recently one another incident had occurred in Delhi, where a two-wheeler driver had set his own bike on fire when traffic police had fined him for violating traffic rules. Src: https://bit.ly/2lzzgek

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In Tihar Jail, Tamil Nadu cops will not guard Chidambaram’s cell

Former finance minister P Chidambaram has been lodged in a separate cell in jail number 7 at Tihar. He has been placed under round-the-clock security and CCTV camera surveillance along with the Z-category security assigned to him. The Tamil Nadu police – which carries out security duty at Tihar – will not guard his cell. These personnel are deployed to create a language barrier for Tihar inmates, a majority of which are north Indians. Chidambaram will not face the barrier and hence will be allotted guards who can speak a different language from him. He will be allowed to take part in his bedding allocation and a wooden plank was also provided to him to sleep on. Src:https://bit.ly/2m3Fnb1


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Govt not interested in heavy fines, people must follow rules: Nitin Gadkari

Right after the new motor vehicles law started to being enforced, many incidents have arisen where heavy fines were charged for violating the traffic rules. Over this, Union minister Nitin Gadkari, creator of this law said, “There are 5 lakh accidents and 1.5 lakh deaths on our roads. 65% of them are between the age of 18 and 35. Shouldn’t we save lives?” Taking it further he also informed that the issue is that a time should come that no one gets penalised and everyone follows the rules. Src: https://bit.ly/2kuNywo

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