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Pathalgarhi supporters killed seven villagers in Jharkhand

A shocking incident has occurred in which the supporters of "Pathalgarhi" movement, armed with lathis and axes had kidnapped seven villagers and killed them in West Singhbhum situated in Jharkhand. As per the media reports, they had murdered the villagers and dumped their bodies in a forest. A panchayat representative was among those who died in the massacre. Pathalgarhi is a name given to a tribal protest which seeks autonomy for their village. The supporter of Pathalgarhi doesn’t want any governmental laws on their lands and rivers. Src: https://bit.ly/2Rhcyop

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UP officials changed children's age in birth certificates, as family denied to pay bribe

An anti-corruption court in Bareilly has recently ordered the police to lodge a case against a village development officer and a village head for allegedly increasing the age of two minor children in their respective birth certificates after their family refused to give them a bribe. As per the media reports, 2-year-old Sanket's birth year was mentioned June 13, 1916, instead of June 13, 2018, whereas Sanket's elder brother Shubh who is 4-years-old, has got a certificate in which his birth date is mentioned as January 6, 1916, instead of January 6, 2016. Src: https://bit.ly/36fyQeM

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Casual attire banned for government school teachers and employees in Tonk, Rajasthan

It was confirmed by the media reports that teachers and employees working in government schools in Tonk district situated in Rajasthan have been prohibited from wearing jeans and t-shirts by authorities. As per the media reports, Chief District Education officer in Tonk gave these orders and stated that such dresses are indecent and informal. The employees should wear formal dresses which sets an example for the students as well. Src: https://bit.ly/30Ixkkd

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ISRO to send its first half-humanoid Vyommitra into space

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has recently unveiled the prototype of the half-humanoid, named Vyommitra, who will be sent into space before any man reaches space by 2020. As per the media reports, the humanoid can operate switches, receive voice commands, respond via speech, can speak in two languages and can lip-sync to speech. Src: https://bit.ly/2Gcc2BN

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