Manipur violence aftermath-50000 in camps still

One year later, 50,000 remain in camps following Manipur violence; society divided

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Ethnic clashes in Manipur have divided communities, displacing thousands and impacting daily life. The conflict, sparked by a protest for Scheduled Tribe status, led to deep segregation, with Meiteis in the valley and Kukis in the hills. Checkpoints now resemble borders, isolating communities and officials.
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Delhi cools down-Red alert in select states
Delhi cools down; severe heat in THESE states, warns IMD's red alert

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Shefali Dhiman
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) warned of heavy rain for Coastal and South Interior Karnataka, Kerala, Konkan, and Goa in the next 5 days. Delhi got relief from heat with rainfall. The national capital expects cloudy skies, rain, and gusty winds at 40-50 kmph. Konkan and Goa may see heavy to very heavy rainfall till June 25.
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India's strategy to engage China under Modi
India's strategy to interact with China in Modi's third term involves diplomatic engagement

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Shefali Dhiman
The Indian Prime Minister and China's President will both attend a summit in Astana next month. Recent signs in their relationship have been subtle. Australia's adjustments might offer a realistic approach. It's been four years since clashes at Galwan, and the border issue persists with tens of thousands of troops still stationed.
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Many Indian millionaires favor UAE for migration
Many wealthy Indians prefer UAE for migration due to favorable opportunities and conditions

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Shefali Dhiman
A recent report by Henley & Partners revealed that India is seeing fewer millionaires leaving this year, with 4,300 expected to depart compared to 5,100 last year. China leads globally with 15,200 high-net-worth individuals planning to relocate, followed by the UK. Russia's outflow has slowed to 1,000 millionaires.
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Indian worker in Italy dies after arm incident
An Indian worker in Italy died after his employer left him with his severed arm in a fruit crate on the road

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Shefali Dhiman
Satnam Singh, a 31-year-old Indian laborer in Italy, tragically died after his arm was severed in a work accident. His employers allegedly abandoned him outside his home with his severed arm in a fruit crate. This incident sparked outrage and investigations into possible negligence and exploitation.
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BPCL offering bonus shares soon, buy now!
BPCL offering bonus shares soon. Buy now before the record date ends

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Shefali Dhiman
Today is the last chance for shareholders to buy Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) shares and qualify for a 1:1 bonus share issuance. The record date for eligibility is June 22. BPCL plans to issue one bonus share for every existing share held.
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Delhi HC stops Kejriwal's release following trial
Delhi HC stops Arvind Kejriwal's release, holds back till trial court's decision is reviewed

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Shefali Dhiman
Delhi High Court halted CM Arvind Kejriwal's release following ED's appeal against his bail in a money laundering case linked to an old excise policy. The trial court's decision won't apply until HC hears the case. Earlier, Kejriwal was granted bail with conditions like not influencing witnesses.
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