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Daily Archives: 15th December 2019

Venezuela: Maduro to relaunch oil programme in 2020

Maduro, while speaking at the closing event of the 17th Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) summit, said on Saturday that his country would "relaunch the Petrocaribe project in the first half of 2020 with great vigour", reports Efe news.

Tripura peaceful, prohibitory orders in 3 sub-divisions

"The Dhalai district administration as precautionary measures has promulgated the prohibitory orders 144 CrPc in three sub-divisions -- Longtharai Valley, Ambassa and Gandachara. Some troopers of the Assam Rifles and the Border Security Force (BSF) along with the Tripura State Rifles (TSR) are patrolling these three tribal-dominated areas," a police official said.

Afghan CEO approves vote recount in contested provinces

Abdullah's team had blocked the IEC from accessing the recount in seven of the 34 provinces in Afghanistan, which hindered the publication of preliminary results of the September 28 polls.

Assam govt employees to cease work against CAA on December 18

Sadou Asam Karmachari Parishad (SAKP) President Basab Kalita said that the employees would participate in cease work across the state.

Parties with communal intentions trying to stoke violence, says Mamata

"Once again I appeal to all not to resort to violence and disturb public order, tranquillity and peace," Banerjee said in a statement, where she reiterated her opposition to CAB and NRC.

40,000 people protest in Rome against far-right policies

Saturday's protest was organized by the so-called "sardines", a youth movement that sprang up spontaneously a month ago in Bologna and which has since added followers of all ages all pitted against Salvini, reports Efe news.

Muslim litigants may file curative petition on Ayodhya judgement

The curative petition is the last judicial resort available for redressal of grievances in court which is normally decided by judges in-chamber. It is only in rare cases that such petitions are given an open-court hearing.

French govt studies ways to end strike before Christmas

Strikes have once again left much of the country, especially its public transport networks, paralyzed, the Efe news reported.

Allahabad varsity asks female students not to participate in protest

Sources say the university issued the circular keeping in view the protests raging in several parts of the country against the Citizenship Amendment Act.