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Mumbai rains, Tamil Nadu floor test, Durga idol immersion and Padmavati: DNA evening must reads

Mumbai rains, Tamil Nadu floor test, Durga idol immersion and Padmavati: DNA evening must reads

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Mumbai rains, Tamil Nadu floor test, Durga idol immersion and Padmavati: DNA evening must reads
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No cyclone warning in Mumbai, don't trust WhatsApp messeges: IMD
As heavy rains pounded the Mumbai city and suburbs for the second day on Wednesday, WhatsApp messages of certain major roads being closed for vehicular traffic turned out to be fake. Heavy rains have disrupted flight operations at the Mumbai airport and delayed suburban train services in the financial capital. The weather department also said that people must not believe on fake news of cyclone warning. dnai.in/f5aA

Calcutta High Court to Bengal govt: Don't create line between 2 communities
The Calcutta High Court on Wednesday while hearing of petitions for extension of immersion schedule for Durga puja that has been restricted by the West Bengal government in view of Muharram asked that why can't two communities celebrate together. The High Court bench had some pointed questions for the West Bengal government. HC told state government, " When you (state govt) are firm there is communal harmony in the state, why are you creating communal distinction b/w the two?", reports ANI. dnai.in/f5by

AIADMK power struggle: Madras HC extends stay on floor test
The Madras High Court on Wednesday extended its stay order on a floor test in the Tamil Nadu Assembly till further directions. "There will not be floor tests for next days until counters are filed," said Aryama Sundaram, lawyer of Tamil Nadu Speaker P Dhanapal. dnai.in/f5aH

Rs 1,756 crore approved to enhance and improve sports infra
The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday approved the revamped Khelo India programme at a cost of Rs.1,756 crore for the period 2017-18 to 2019-20. This marks a watershed moment in the history of Indian sports, as the Programme aims at mainstreaming sport as a tool for individual development, community development, economic development and national development.dnai.in/f5bB

Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmavati's first look to be unveiled tomorrow
The long wait is over. The first look of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati is set to be revealed tomorrow, September 21, marking the arrival of Navratri. The timing couldn’t be better. Rani Padmavati aka Deepika Padukone arrives as the country prepares for devisthapana. Bhansali’s latest offering, Padmavati, celebrates Indian culture and the director thought it was an auspicious occasion to reveal the first look of his film. SLB confirms, “I’m happy to bring the story of the Rani Padmavati to the screen. It was a fitting date for us to launch the first look of the film and celebrate this auspicious occasion.” dnai.in/f5bi

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