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Will digital content be censored? Demand for ban on ‘sexually perverted content’ surfaces

Padma Shree Nivedita Bhide said, "We need to stop letting these anti-social and anti-India elements take advantage of our tolerance and relaxed norms governing the OTT space in India. The proposed Law of Ethics Code is a crucial step toward safeguarding our cultural heritage and ensuring responsible content creation in the digital age."

Tejas: Kangana Ranaut’s twist to the tale

Kangana Ranaut brings a new twist to her rebelion with the new film Tejas. Read on to know how.

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Cops fire tear-shells at protesting farmers near Shambhu-Khanauri borders

Reports said Wednesday afternoon that a farmer also lost his life near the Khanauri border, but Haryana Police claimed that there have been no casualties among the protesters.

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Cops fire tear-shells at protesting farmers near Shambhu-Khanauri borders

Reports said Wednesday afternoon that a farmer also lost his life near the Khanauri border, but Haryana Police claimed that there have been no casualties among the protesters.

Women’s Premiere League 2024 begins Friday: Where and how to watch 

The Women's Premiere League 2024 is all set to begin Friday, February 23 at Bengaluru's M Chinnaswamy Stadium. Eleven matches will be held in Bengaluru while the rest will be held in Delhi. JioCinema will livestream the matches online.

Farmers’ protest, march on hold till Feb 21 after govt offers diversification on MSP

The fourth round of talks between union ministers for agriculture and representatives of protesting farmers around the national capital was held Sunday evening and...

Gurugram Marathon crosses 40k, offline registration closes on Feb 23

Gurugram marathon starts at 4.30am and half marathon will start around 6.30am on February 25. The timed 10km run and the fun run will begin later at 7.30am.

Union ministers to meet farmer leaders as protests enter third day

Union ministers Piyush Goyal and Arjun Munda are set to meet protesting farmer leaders for the third time Thursday evening amid intense farmers' protest.

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Government through its Nodal Agencies procured 6,51,493.99MT of Pulses and Oilseeds on MSP benefitting 3,99,706 farmers

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