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Sena, BJP have to choose their path: Pawar

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New Delhi, 18 Nov : Ahead of Nationalist Congress Party supremo Sharad Pawar’s meeting with Congress interim chief Sonia Gandhi, the former on Monday said in Maharashtra the BJP and Shiv Sena had fought the elections together and “they have to choose their paths”.

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JNU students protest against hostel fee hike, 3 metro stations closed

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New Delhi, 15 Nov : Massive traffic snarls were reported in central Delhi on Monday as hundreds of protesting students of JNU were stopped from marching towards Parliament which also led to them scuffling with the police.

> Rapid Action Force, water cannons deployed near Jor Bagh in Delhi

> Metro gates shut at Udyog Bhawan, Patel Chowk & Central Secretariat

> Protest leads to massive traffic snarls in central Delhi

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Executive must ensure greater respect for RS: Manmohan

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New Delhi, 15 Nov : The Rajya Sabha as the council of states should be given “greater respect by the executive”, and should have been consulted before the “drastic measures” were taken of converting a state into Union Territories and redrawing of its boundaries, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Monday, in direct criticism of the government’s move to abrogate Article 370 in Jammu & Kashmir.

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Delhi AQI turns hazardous from Tuesday afternoon

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New Delhi, 29 Oct : Delhi’s air quality index (AQI) has turned hazardous with thick haze covering the city and the AQI index shooting up sharply on Tuesday evening.

As per US Embassy figures, the AQI count for pollutant PM 2.5 is 350 on Tuesday evening. AQI values over 300 trigger health warnings of emergency conditions. The entire population is even more likely to be affected by serious health effects, according to the advisory.

Though the AQI had moderated in the morning, it worsened in the afternoon around 1 p.m. and hit a peak score of 355 at 4 p.m., as per US Embassy data. Post Diwali, the Delhi NCR region has been choked by high pollution levels after bursting of firecrackers.

According to a forecast by Safar India, the overall air quality of Delhi has improved as level of 24 hour averaged value of lead pollutant (PM2.5) returned back to below 250 early Tuesday morning that is defined as “Very Poor”, as forecast.

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