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Farmers protest: Day after clashes, peace prevails at Kalyan
Jun 23, 2017 15:32 IST
By Sajana Nambiar
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what happened: Day after angry farmers clashed with police in Nevali village, the situation has settled down.
what it means: Messages about firing by police, and vandalising of vehicles were doing the rounds on social media on Friday morning. This led to fear among the residents, many of whom chose to stay inside.
what next: There is police presence in the area to ensure peace continues.
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Man caught with aadhar card along with a Nepal passport
Jun 23, 2017 15:23 IST
By Jayprakash Naidu
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what happened: The police arrested a man who had an aadhar card and also had a Nepal passport in his name.
what it means: The Sakinaka police arrested him and his accomplice for making forged documents for getting visas, the police suspect there could be a bigger racket.
what next: The police are finding out how the accused managed to get the fake documents.
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Actor Prabhas might work in a Sajid Nadiadwala film
Jun 23, 2017 14:06 IST
By Shreya Mukherjee
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what happened: Filmmaker Sajid Nadiadwala recently met Prabhas in Mumbai to discuss a few projects.
what it means: Prabhas and Sajid will soon finalise one of projects. Earlier, it was reported that Prabhas might work with Salman Khan in a Rohit Shetty film.
what next: Prabhas is looking forward to the release of his trilingual film Saaho in August 2018.
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New deadline catches Mumbai university students unawares
Jun 23, 2017 12:46 IST
By Shreya Bhandary
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what happened: MU changed last date of form submission to June 21 instead of 22 many students were not aware.
what it means: Students who went to submit admission form on Thursday were sent back as they were past the deadline. Many tried haggling with the authorities and also complained to MU, but to no avail.
what next: These students will now have to reapply after July 4, when colleges will fill vacant seats, if any.
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