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Gurgaon mosque sealed over alleged proximity to IAF base likely to be re-opened

“There is a provision in the law that if a structure is sealed, and people appeal against it, it can be de-sealed. The mosque will be de-sealed by this evening,” the divisional commissioner said.

Loudspeaker in mosque: Outfits meet SDM

On Friday afternoon, prayers were peacefully offered at the mosque under police protection and in the presence of a duty magistrate, who had been deployed to ensure law and order was maintained.

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South Korea dismantles propaganda loudspeakers at border

The leaders of the rival Koreas agreed at a historic summit last week on a set of reconciliation steps, including the suspension of propaganda broadcasts and other hostile acts along their tense border.

Board exams: Uttarakhand bans use of loudspeakers

Additional Secretary (Uttarakhand Administration) Ajay Rautela issued an order to all DMs, SSPs and SPs, asking them to prohibit the use of loudspeakers at protest marches, marriage ceremonies and religious places during the examinations.

Plea to ban loudspeakers: Delhi HC seeks to know govt measures

A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar directed the Delhi Police to place before it the standing order, that they have claimed to have issued, with regard to usage of loudspeaker at religious places.

Delhi HC notice on loudspeakers

The plea underlined that the loudspeakers breached the right to privacy. A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar posted the matter for further hearing on January 29.

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District officials told to finalise 10 days for relaxation in noise norms

The state government had, however, last year notified 15 days in which noise pollution rules were to be relaxed.

JBL introduces Project Everest DD67000 loudspeaker at Rs 80 Lakh

JBL Project Everest DD67000 will be exclusively distributed in India by 'Meilleur by Fairdeal Electronics.'

Dandiya organisers can now use loudspeakers till midnight for a day more

Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan has allowed the use of loudspeakers till midnight for an additional day during Navratri,starting October 4.

Activist sore over soaring decibel levels

With mandals getting permission for use of loudspeakers till midnight and musical instruments allowed post midnight for an extra day

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