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Ofcom plans to relax rules for mobile repeaters

Ofcom plans to relax rules for mobile repeaters

Ofcom wants to enable consumers to legally improve their domestic mobile signal by amending the regulations governing the use of mobile repeaters.Mobile phone repeaters amplify the signal between a mobile phone...
If the MLA points a revolver in the assembly, will the case not be registered against him: Supreme Court

If the MLA points a revolver in the assembly, will the case not be...

New Delhi. The Supreme Court of the country said that if a legislator points a revolver in the state assembly, then there will be no need to prosecute him and...
Two terrorists including top Lashkar commander Ishfaq killed in Shopian encounter - IGP congratulates security forces for success

Two terrorists including top Lashkar commander Ishfaq killed in Shopian encounter – IGP congratulates...

Srinagar. Due to the promptness of the security forces in Jammu and Kashmir, the back of the terrorists is breaking. On the one hand, the security forces have achieved...
Salman Khan will make the sequel of 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' - Bhaijaan is excited about the movie

Salman Khan will make the sequel of ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ – Bhaijaan is excited about...

Mumbai. Salman Khan is going to make a sequel of the Bollywood film 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan'. Bhaijaan is excited about this movie. Salman Khan's film 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' completed 6...
Electricity demand will grow by 6 percent year-on-year in the current financial year

Electricity demand will grow by 6 percent year-on-year in the current financial year

New Delhi. Electricity demand in the country will grow by six percent on an annual basis in the current financial year. The rating agency estimates that during this period...
Supreme Court seeks Attorney General's help in constitutional validity of sedition law

Supreme Court seeks Attorney General’s help in constitutional validity of sedition law

New Delhi. The Supreme Court has agreed to examine a new PIL challenging the constitutional validity of Section 124A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) i.e. the sedition law. ...
Vumatel customers should pay more for fiber

Vumatel customers should pay more for fiber

Vumatel, a fiber network provider, has withdrawn some of its most competitive fiber plans, pushing consumers to switch to more expensive options.That's what emails to customers of various fiber ISPs, including...
33 crore adults in the country still hesitating about the vaccine

33 crore adults in the country still hesitating about the vaccine

New Delhi. On June 21, a free corona vaccine has been started for all in the country by the Central Government. On June 21, a record 86 lakh 16...
Now the path of Dhami is not easy because of this

Now the path of Dhami is not easy because of this

Hospice . The path of Pushkar Singh Dhami, the young Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, is also not looking easy. This prediction has been made by Pandit Shashipal Dogra, president...
New Parliament building should be entered with new constitution: Giri

New Parliament building should be entered with new constitution: Giri

New Delhi. The Sangh Parivar has become active on the issue of Hindutva regarding the UP Assembly elections. Mahamandaleshwar Yatindra Nath Giri of Juna Akhara has started working on...

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