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Errant donkeys spend 4 days in UP jail

Errant donkeys spend 4 days in UP jail

Kamlesh visited the district jail and met senior officials, including jail superintendent Sita Ram Sharma, pleading them to release his donkeys, but they refused and asked him to come later. He had to involve a local politician to secure their release. "These donkeys ate and damaged very expensive plants worth Rs 50,000", according to Indian Express.


New Home Sales Surging Across Country

New Home Sales Surging Across Country

With the unexpected increase, new home sales reached their highest annual rate since hitting 727,000 in October of 2007. That marks the 3rd monthly gainer running, and the best sales since October 2007. The median sales price increased 3.3 percent to $312,800. "Especially given the increase in the number of properties sold in which construction hadn't yet started, we should feel confident that residential building will accelerate in coming months", Banfield says.


Narendra Modi flags off first Hyderabad Metro train

Narendra Modi flags off first Hyderabad Metro train

The services of the metro will be unbolted for the public from Wednesday. The train will start commercial operations from November 29. The minimum fare of Rs 10 for a distance of up to two km and the maximum fare is Rs 60 for a distance of more than 26 km has fixed by the concessionaire, L&T Metro Rail, ( Hyderabad ) Ltd.


White House weighs personal mobile phone ban for staff

White House weighs personal mobile phone ban for staff

One official said that there are too many devices connected to the campus wireless network and that personal phones aren't as secure as those issued by the federal government. While President Trump hopes that this ban will put an end to the leaks that have infuriated him, it also will make it harder for White House staff to get in touch with family during the course of the day.


SC dismisses plea seeking to stall Padmavati release, rebukes Chief Ministers

SC dismisses plea seeking to stall Padmavati release, rebukes Chief Ministers

Earlier on November 10, the SC rejected the petition filed against the release of Bhansali's magnum opus'Padmavati', saying the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has not yet issued a certificate to the movie. He argued that grave damage would be done to social harmony if the movie is allowed to be released outside India, the petition argued. Advocate Harish Salve , who is representing Sanjay Leela Bhansali in court, also revealed that the makers will not release the film in the ...