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Bengaluru: The city to get high-tech AI-powered traffic signals soon

Recently the Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic) BR Ravikanthe Gowda has shown his concerns about the traffic issues in the IT hub, Bengaluru and said that all the 387 traffic signals will soon be using the artificial intelligence system for efficient traffic regulation and monitoring. As per the media reports, this new high-tech system will study traffic the density of vehicles and decide on how much time should be allocated to each path. Do you think other states too should implement such system to curb the traffic problems? Let us know your views in the comments. Src:

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Dhoni extends break till November, unavailable for B'desh T20Is

Recently it has been reported by media that the legendary former skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who took a break from cricket to serve in Territorial Army after India's ouster from 2019 World Cup, has extended his break till November. MS Dhoni, who had missed the recent series against South Africa and prior than it series against West Indies, will also miss out the upcoming match against Bangladesh as well. Src:

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PM Narendra Modi invites Donald Trump to come to India with family

The Indian PM Narendra Modi during the conclusion part of his speech at 'Howdy, Modi' event, invited President Donald Trump and his family to come to India. Modi in his words said, “We want you to come to India with your family, and give us the privilege of welcoming you.” He also said that "Our friendship will take our shared dreams and our vibrant future to new heights." Src:

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India and US working together to fight radical Islamic terrorism: Donald Trump

Recently the Indian PM Narendra Modi during the 'Howdy, Modi' event was warmly welcomed by the US President Donald Trump. Trump in his speech said that “We are committed to protecting the Indian-Americans from the threat of radical Islamic terrorism." Taking it further he said "To keep our nations safe, both the countries are forging an even stronger security partnership. We are looking to close several new defence deals soon." Src:

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