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Anything can happen in cricket and politics; losing may turn into win: Nitin Gadkari

In a press conference, Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari was asked about the formation of Government in Maharashtra, to which he replied by comparing cricket and Politics. Gadkari said that anything can happen in cricket and politics, at times it feels that the match has been lost but the result turns out to be the opposite. Just like that, in politics, there could be a drastic change. Src: https://bit.ly/2OhRewi

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Bihar introduces child-budget; 3rd state to have child-budget

As per media reports, Bihar’s Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi released a child-budget document, in which they have mentioned about the provision of INR 20,889 crore on child-related welfare scheme and welfare projects in the state for the current fiscal year. The Government had already spent on INR 67.701 crore on several child welfare schemes. He further added that under the NDA government, the child mortality rate reduced from 65% to 35%. He informed that in a scheme newborn units will be established in all hospitals besides a number of other child welfare schemes being implemented. Src: https://bit.ly/33NA7ZW

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India’s decision of not agreeing RCEP was based on clear eyed calculation: S Jaishankar

Recently, in an event, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar talked about the decision taken by not agreeing to the RCEP agreement. Jaishankar stated that India negotiated till the end but knowing what was on the offer by the agreement they chose not to sign the deal. No agreement is better than a bad agreement, he added. Jaishankar further explained that in trade business, India already had Free Trade Agreements with 12 of the 15 RCEP partners which means there is a good connection with the Indo-Pacific approach and that goes beyond the RCEP membership. Src: https://bit.ly/2qXLwYQ

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College hostel warden asks student to cook him food because his wife was not present

Recently, a female student of Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology (GBPUAT) had alleged harassment by the male hostel warden. The student complained that the hostel warden asked her to come to his house and cook food at midnight because his wife was not present. The student further alleged that she lodged the complaint in University but no action was taken even though she showed the proof where the warden had texted her, asking her to come. Src: https://bit.ly/374dfHT

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