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  • Groundbreaking For New Parliament Today, PM Modi To Attend
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    Groundbreaking For New Parliament Today, PM Modi To Attend

    The symbolic building of the new parliament building on the Central Vista will begin today, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi attending the groundbreaking ceremony at the heart of Delhi near India Gate. The actual construction, however, cannot begin immediately, with a petition challenging the project pending in Supreme Court. The new parliament building is the key piece of the ₹ 20,000-crore Central Vista project, which aims to build and refurbish the government buildings on part of the 13.4-km Rajpath that stretches from the presidential palace Rashtrapati Bhavan to the iconic war memorial India Gate. Source link More

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    Video: HomePod mini Speaker Review: Small in Size, Big on Sound

    The Apple HomePod mini is a small, affordable smart speaker priced at Rs. 9,900. Launched alongside the iPhone 12 series, the HomePod mini is Apple’s attempt at making its smart speaker range more accessible, while maintaining the same capabilities as the larger HomePod. It is built to work well within the Apple ecosystem, thanks to specialised connectivity and voice assistant support through Apple’s own technologies such as AirPlay and Siri. Watch our review to check the tech and find out whether it’s worth buying. Source link More

  • Centre Offers Written Assurance To Farmers On Crop Prices
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    Centre Offers Written Assurance To Farmers On Crop Prices

    The government said the Minimum support price (MSP) for crops will stay as it gave a written proposal to protesting farmers, a day after their meeting with Union Home Minister Amit Shah failed to resolve the deadlock, with both sides remaining firm on their positions. Farmers’ groups held a meeting at one of the Delhi-Haryana borders, with union leaders saying they would settle for nothing less than the scrapping of the legislations. A big meeting scheduled for today with Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar – the sixth since the protests started – was called off yesterday. Source link More