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About controversial law passed recently in parliament

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பற்றி சர்ச்சைக்குரிய சட்டம் பாராளுமன்றத்தில் சமீபத்தில் நிறைவேற்றப்பட்டது

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1.The controversial of former Uttar Pradesh Minister Amarmani Tripathi’s remand has been extended till October 6th . The CBI arrested Tripathy on alleged murder charges on Sunday following his DNA sample matching with the unborn child of Madhumitha Shukla , who was murdered under mysterious circumstances . The investigation is still in progress . The special magistrate has posted the case for hearing on Monday. 2.Monsoon arrived with a bang in Mumbai ten days in advance , causing flooding in low-lying areas in the suburbs and traffic snarls. In other parts of Maharashtra , heavy rain lashed the coastal Lankan region , claiming six lives. 3.The market has to be shut down twice to cool it. In 2004, the brokers demonstrated at the BSE over the loss, and now on Monday brokers burnt the effigy of Finance Minister P.Chidambaram in Ahmedabad protesting against the fall, which they see as the handiwork of some vested interests 4.Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the Indian Science Congress 2015 today at Mumbai University. This year's theme of the Congress is Science and Technology for Human Development. Our correspondent reports that the five day event will witness deliberations and presentation of papers by the scientific fraternity from across the globe. 5. The CBI has constituted four special teams to fast-track probe in the alleged 45 thousand crore rupee ponzi scam related to Pearls group. CBI sources said in New Delhi yesterday that the agency is taking the probe in the case very seriously and the teams have been directed to go into the various facets of the case. 6. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that cashless transaction is one of the solutions to the menace of black money. Addressing ICICI foundation Day function in Mumbai yesterday evening, Mr Modi advised banks to go for cashless transactions which can help the government in rooting out the black money. He asked banks to take up social cause, finance 'Swachhata or clealiness entrepreneurs. 7.The Goverment has introduced a scheme for rating of ITIs in order to promote excellence in vocational training. The Ministry of Labour and Employment, in a press release said, the scheme will provide a benchmark for comparison amongst various institutes and trades offered by them. It is also expected to bring a differentiating factor for institutions leading to increased market competition and quality improvement. 8.Japan boasts of one of the world’s most sophisticated mobile phone market’s with millions of people using handsets to exchange e-mail , do NET restaurant searches, watch digital TV and play Video games. 9.High vigil at US visa counters ,In the wake of the visa fraud by a few South Indian film artists, the United States Consulate in Chennai and other US visa offices in India have stepped up vigilance. The US consul general David Hopper addressed a group of press people at the consulate in Chennai on Thursday. 10. Moderate intensity earthquake strikes Japan with a preliminary magnitude of 6.3 struck a remote island southeast of Tokyo, the Meteorological Agency said on Saturday. There were no immediate reports of damage.

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தமிழ் மொழிபெயர்ப்பு ஆங்கிலம் பத்தி ஆ

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How Cyclone Hudhud got its name Soutik Biswas Delhi correspondent • 11 October 2014 • From the section India Image caption Hudhud in Arabic refers to the hoopoe bird Did you know Cyclone Hudhud, expected to hit India's south-eastern coast on Sunday afternoon, was "born" in Oman? We are talking about the name of the cyclone, not the storm itself. The cyclone itself originated in the north Andaman sea in the Bay of Bengal and is now hurtling towards Andhra Pradesh and Orissa states. The name Hudhud in Arabic refers to the Hoopoe bird. Hurricanes and tropical cyclones in the Atlantic have had their own names since 1953, a convention begun by Miami's National Hurricane Centre and maintained and updated by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), a Geneva-based agency of the United Nations. But naming came to South Asia and the Middle East only recently. It was just too controversial to do the same around the North Indian Ocean For years cyclones that originated in the north Indian ocean were anonymous affairs. Image caption In the days before 2004, cyclones in the North Indian ocean were nameless One of the reasons, according to Dr M Mahapatra, who heads India's cyclone warning centre, was that in an "ethnically diverse region we needed to be very careful and neutral in picking up the names so that it did not hurt the sentiments of people". But finally in 2004 they clubbed together and agreed on their favourite names That was when an international panel on tropical cyclones led by the WMO sat down and decided to name their cyclones as a committee in the spirit of co-operation and consensus. Eight countries - India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Maldives, Myanmar, Oman, Sri Lanka and Thailand - took part. They came up with a list of 64 names - eight names from each country - for upcoming cyclones. Image caption Cyclone Phailin is described as the biggest storm in the region for 14 years The list goes alphabetically, according to each country. The last cyclone in the region was Nanauk in June, a name contributed by Myanmar. Names can be suggested by the general public in the member country or by the government. India, for example, welcomes suggestions on the condition that the name must be "short and readily understood when broadcast, not culturally sensitive and not convey some unintended and potentially inflammatory meaning". "A storm causes so much death and destruction that its name is considered for retirement and hence is not used repeatedly," a statement by India's weather office says. So this time, following the alphabetical order, it is Oman's turn Last year, Phailin, the name for a massive cyclone which battered India's south-eastern coast and led to the evacuation of more than 500,000 people, was provided by Thailand. Some of the Indian names in the queue are the more prosaic Megh (Cloud), Sagar (Ocean) and Vayu (Wind). Image caption A cyclone approaching Muscat in Oman, several years ago - but not named by Oman The Hudhud, or hoopoe bird, is an exotic creature noticed for its distinctive crown of feathers and is widespread in Europe, Asia and North Africa. Next time a cyclone hits the region, it's Pakistan's turn to give it a name It will be called Nilofar. Last time Pakistan named a cyclone was Nilam in November 2012. The names will not dry up anytime soon. Dr Mahapatra says Hudhud is possibly the 34th name of the list, which means there are 30 more in the queue. The panel of cyclone experts meets every year, and they will be replenishing the list whenever the need arises. It's not that the list of 64 names has been without controversy Cyclone Mahasen, which hit in 2013 and was named by Sri Lanka, was changed to Viyaru after protests by nationalists and officials in Sri Lanka. They said Mahasen was a king who had brought peace and prosperity to the island, and it was wrong to name a calamity after him. Nevertheless, it is important to name cyclones, say experts Image caption The Hudhud in flight - Oman's choice for a cyclone name A name helps people and the media to identify each cyclone and become more aware of its implications. It also does not confuse people if there is more than one tropical cyclone brewing in the region. And these cyclones often prove to be deadly - their names resonate for a very long time.

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காடை, பறவை

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