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crazybub 2 stand with @RajasthanGovt @crazybub2 12 Sep 2019 At 11:38 AM

Rajasthan: “Prachar Rath” was organized to promote organic and natural farming

Recently in Rajasthan has organized a ‘Prachar Rath’ to promote the promote organic and zero budget natural farming (ZBNF) among the farmers by Congress leader and current Agriculture Minister Lal Chand Kataria. Mr. Kataria said in his own words, said, “The Prachar Rath's dialogue with the farmers will apprise them of the benefits of using organic manure, vermicompost, crop residues, and organic waste, while the weed, disease and pest control can be achieved through bio-materials and crop rotation.” Src-http://bit.ly/34O9IMG

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crazybub 2 doesn't stand with @Facebook @crazybub2 12 Sep 2019 At 11:40 AM

Menstruation apps shared personal data to Facebook without user consent

Recently media reports have claimed that Menstruation apps like Maya and MIA Fem, who has more than five million users each, were reported of sharing the users’ private data with the social media giant Facebook. The notable thing is the apps didn’t take any consent from the users about it. Media reports have informed that the ‘sold data’ helps advertisers to understand a person, their moods to target “strategically”. Src: https://bit.ly/2lJiGZB

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crazybub 2 stand with @BJPGovt @crazybub2 12 Sep 2019 At 11:43 AM

We are very close to restoring normalcy: Jammu and Kashmir DGP

Jammu and Kashmir DGP Dilbag Singh, while addressing a press conference, expressed, "We are very close to normalcy. If you take the entire region into account, all 10 districts of Jammu have become entirely normal, all school, colleges, and offices are open. Leh and Kargil are also normal, there is no restriction of any kind there". Singh further said that more than 90% areas are free of restrictions and 100% telephone exchanges are working now. "On the contrary, we have had incidents where stone-pelters caused injuries to the civilians and also caused civilian death in Bhijbhera", he included. Src: https://bit.ly/2lLolOC

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crazybub 2 doesn't stand with @MamataBanerjee @crazybub2 12 Sep 2019 At 11:49 AM

Increased traffic fines too harsh, won't apply in Bengal: Mamata Banerjee

A day after BJP-led Gujarat state decreased the new Motor Vehicle Bill by 90%, West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee, termed the new Motor Vehicle Act "too harsh". Banerjee further said, "We had opposed amendments in Parliament. If we implement the Motor Vehicles Act amendments, it will hurt general people". She added that money is not the solution. The problem needs to be looked at from the "humanitarian point of view". Banerjee included that West Bengal already has the "Safe Drive Save Life" campaign, a programme of the TMC aiming at road safety. Src: https://bit.ly/2m6fd7j

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