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As a consequence of the strike by water-packaging units, a severe shortfall in supply of packaged water meant that prices of the meagre cans that were available were sold for a premium.
Seven street magicians on Saturday made Kochiites rediscover the seldom experienced states of awe and wonderment at the Street Magic Fest organised by District Tourism Promotion Council and Muthukadu Magic Academy.
A group of tanker lorry owners, that carry drinking water meant for the capital city on Saturday night declared a snap strike for Sunday following the district administration’s directive to introduce certain restrictions on the supply of water from the Water Authority.
Expressing commitment to India’s nuclear energy programme, Nikolay Listopadov, Consul General of the Russian Federation in south India, assured all cooperation to the other units in the Koodankulam Nuclear Power Plant.
The possibility of an immediate reshuffle in the Oommen Chandy Government and more importantly the induction of KPCC president Ramesh Chennithala into the ministry, failed to gain much momentum on Saturday though informal talks continued at various levels.
Chairing a Cabinet, Siddaramaiah reportedly sent a strong message to his Ministers that corruption would not be tolerated in his government and all should function within the framework of law.
The BJP leader claimed that the Karnataka poll results definitely disappointed the party but not demoralised it, there was a need to do introspection and set the house in order.
Taking cue from the raids of CB on financial institutions in different areas of coastal districts, the district administration raided the offices of 10 such institutions in Koraput and Jeypore.
Maria de Lurdes Mutola, 41, from Mozambique specialised in the 800 metres and brooked little or no opposition over that trip. She was born in Maputo and nicknamed “The Maputo Express”.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is scheduled to arrive here on Sunday on his first ever visit to the country since taking over the top job from his predecessor Wen Jiabao in March.
Conservative religious lawmakers in Afghanistan blocked a law on Saturday that aims to protect women's freedoms, with some arguing that parts of it violate Islamic principles or encourage women to have sex outside of marriage.
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