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While the nine days are meant to celebrate Shakti or the sacred feminine, the food regime has civilisational roots before religion.
Glue traps, also known as rat bait stations, are boxes with a strip of adhesive used to catch rodents.
According to the Bidhannagar Commisionerate, the rescued men were cheated of lakhs of rupees on the false promise of giving them jobs abroad.
Officials said many of these messages were accompanied by photos of children and some had references to specific areas of Pune from where these children were claimed to have been kidnapped. All these messages turned out to be fake, they added.
The announcement during PM Modi's 'Mann Ki Baat' came three days before the Bhagat Singh's birth anniversary on September 28.
The two Aam Aadmi Party leaders will also hold a two hall meeting with youth from the state, where the Assembly polls are due in December this year, the AAP said.
The deceased constable was a resident of the Jhansi district and had returned from leave before the alleged incident.
Earlier, the premises and vehicles of members of the BJP and RSS, mainly in and around Coimbatore, were targeted in the wake of NIA raids against the PFI earlier this week
The children panicked after thick smoke emanated from the ground floor and bolted themselves in a bathroom resulting in their suffocation, police said.
Students at Dr Srinivas's alma mater New Kannada Government High School held his photos celebrating the occasion as he took over as the AIIMS director.
Garden Tails: Match and Grow, an Apple Arcade exclusive, is a match-3 puzzle game aimed at casual gamers with friendly gameplay.
In the decades-old video, Gamal Abdel Nasser recounts how he refused to pay heed to a Muslim Brotherhood leader who had insisted that the hijab be made mandatory for women in Egypt. The recent death of Mahsa Amini (22), who was allegedly detained by the "morality police" for not wearing the hijab, has triggered massive protests in Iran.
Nigam Nuggehalli writes: Convocations provide a sense of formal closure to students... You need the pomp and the splendour, the hall and red carpet, the mace and the bouquets