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Eagerly waiting to get my hands on #GoogleAllo  
We've covered a lot of what Google Allo can do as a messaging application, but we haven't yet scratched the surface of one of its most interesting features... by Rita El Khoury in Applications, Exclusives, Google, Leaks, News
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Devendra Fadnavis opens Mumbai’s first farmer-to-consumer market
Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis says efforts will be made to make available premises of government offices to establish direct markets
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Not a fan of that idea. One person cannot do it all. Let there be farmers and sellers. Connect them with technology and reduce the number of middlemen. That will be my vote.
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APMC delistingVegetables price crashed in Mumbai in the last two weeks on sudden increase in direct supply from farmers to consumers following the state government's move to delist green veggies from spot mandis.Prices of green vegetables nosedived
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Rahul still Gandhi so Kujri will be Singh for punjab - expect any loyalty honesty for such politics
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Killing fields' of Kannur - Marxist Violence at its Worst 
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Murders are political tools and sometimes the only tool available to oppressed unfortunately (nothing to do with Kannur incidents where the matters of contention are usually petty and trivial).
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Going Veggie Would Cut Global Food Emissions By Two Thirds And Save Millions Of Lives
Eating more fruit and vegetables and cutting back on red and processed meat will make you healthier. That’s obvious enough. But as chickens and cows themselves eat food and burn off their own energy, meat is a also major driver of climate change. Going veggie can drastically reduce your carbon footprint. This is all at a personal level. What about when you multiply such changes by 7 billion people, and factor in a growing population?
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With supporters and ideologue like her, anti nationalism of JNU students is obvious.
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Note the absence of Tibet or Balochistan from the list. These ba*****s should be packed off to either China or Pakistan.
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Kashmir’s Problem Isn’t Wani Or Pellets; It’s Islamism And Refusal To Accept Democratic Verdict
Islamists in the valley refuse to accept the democratic verdict which brought a “Hindu” BJP to power in the state
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Robert Vadra-Bhupinder Hooda land deals: Bribe charges against Justice Dhingra is silly
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Just catch them and haul their asses to jail. Why is BJP being so wishy-washy?
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Don’t need 70,000 judges. Just fill vacancies to cut backlog
Everyone agrees that judicial pendency is a serious problem in India. Most of the suggested big-ticket reforms call for major changes in the way the judiciary and bar function, and a three- to four-fold increase...
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Yes we need honest and brave judjes not like so judges which offer justice on behalf of money and govt pressure like Salman khan case judjes of high court and supreme court ko bhai ki koi galti nazar nahi ayi . Agar unka buschalta to court ma he bhai sa mafi magte
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World Bank approves $625-million aid for India's solar programme

"The project will finance the installation of at least 400 MW of grid connected rooftop solar photovoltaic (GRPV) across India," the World Bank said.
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Good news.energy is not a problem if governments and people go for solar
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By profession a Computer Engineer, aspire to be a politician someday.

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Political and economic views are mostly right of center.

Usually publish couple of posts per day, the topics would generally revolve around the above mentioned areas of interests.
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Surely good for south Indian food. Dosa is it's specialty, medu vada and Idli are good too. We recently catered food through them, had ordered Malai Kofta and Kadhai Paneer, both dishes were very yummy. Price was also reasonable.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Good
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Food and ambiance can be far far better. Felt it was dingy.
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First visit, really loved the food. Pretty authentic, I ordered most spicy they had and it was perfect, neither too spicy to burn you away or too bland for Indian taste buds.
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