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Parties supporting the building of the mosque in Ayodhya case urge court to keep the constitutional values alive in the verdict

The Muslim parties in Ayodhya land dispute case, which are arguing in favor of building a mosque on disputed land have urged the Supreme Court to keep the constitutional values alive in giving the verdict regarding the case since the verdict will have far-reaching consequences. The Muslim parties supported this statement by saying that this verdict will affect the future generations of the country also it will have a huge impact on the polity of the nation. They also requested that the court should keep safe the multi-religion and multi-cultural values of our country while giving the redressal to the issue. On whose side the relief by Supreme Court will turn up to be? Comment below. Src: https://bit.ly/33QIun0

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Maharashtra polls: Celebs cast vote for assembly elections

Amid Maharashtra Assembly elections, many Bollywood stars have shown up to exercise their rights. As per media reports, Amir Khan and his wife Kiran Rao arrived early to a polling booth. Lara Dutta with her husband Mahesh Bhupathi, also arrived to cast their votes. And many other starts like Varun Dhavan, Govinda, Vivek Oberoi, Madhuri Dixit, Ritesh Deshmukh, and Genelia D'Sauza came to vote. The reports added that other celebs like Ravi Kishen, Padmini Kolhapure, and Shubha Khote also cast their votes. Src: https://bit.ly/2P7zPsf

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Maharashtra polls: 17.50% voter turnout till 11 am; Ratnagiri marks largest voter turnout while Nilanga the lowest

Today, in Maharashtra Assembly elections, a voter turnout of 17.50% has been recorded till 11 am. As per media reports, Ratnagiri assembly constituency has so far seen the largest voter turnout with around 62.20% while on the other hand, Nilanga seat has seen the lowest turnout with 6.61% till 11 am. The reports added that around 9,894 polling stations have been set up at 1,537 locations. 36 out of 288 seats come in the city where 334 candidates are in the fray. The reports included that the state has 97.72 lakh registered voters. Src: https://bit.ly/2BsOiXR

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The Rural Development Ministry plans to pump in INR 20K Cr. into rural economy

The BJP Government plans to pump in about INR 20K Cr. into the rural economy through welfare programmes amid reports of consumption which are to be approved by the Parliament in the upcoming winter session. The plan to pump more money for rural development is deemed necessary when India’s economic growth has slowed for five consecutive quarters, hitting an over six-year low of 6% in the three months ended June with households tightening their spending. The money is planned to be spent on the rural job programme: the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS). Do you support BJP Govt's. plan to pump in money for rural development? Src: https://bit.ly/2PbIN7Q

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