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    Handicapped Pomeranian dog gets new family in Coimbatore

    Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu), Nov 29 (ANI): Gayathiri, an avid pet lover, has special love for dogs. Gayathiri, an IT employee, had utmost affection for the furry friends since childhood but due to her academics and busy schedule, she couldn't adopt one. Amid COVID-19, she is working from home therefore she decided to adopt a dog from rescue home. She adopted a handicapped Pomeranian dog as it was struggling to walk after injuries. With the help of her father, they designed a wheel chair for the dog. Father-daughter duo decided to adopt this handicapped dog as this dog was not adopted by anyone.

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    Only Trump left to campaign in Hyderabad civic polls: Owaisi on BJP’s strategy

    Hyderabad, Nov 29 (ANI): Addressing a public rally at Hyderabad’s Langer House on November 28, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi spoke about Hyderabad municipal election. Owaisi said, “It doesn't look like Hyderabad election, it is as if we are electing a Prime Minister in place of Narendra Modi. I was at a rally in Karwan and said that everyone has been called here, a child said they should have called Trump too.” “He was right, only Trump is left,” AIMIM chief added.

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    Dharmendra Pradhan invites global investors to be part of India’s renewable energy journey

    New Delhi, Nov 29 (ANI): Union Petroleum & Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan at 3rd Global Re-Invest 2020 invited foreign investors, developers to join India in its renewable energy journey. “I encourage the global investors and innovators to join hands with Indian companies to develop innovative and scalable type ups in solar sector. India is progressively becoming a favoured destination for investment in renewable as in the last six years, over USD 64 billion investment has been made in renewable energy in India,” said Dharmendra Pradhan. “Foreign investors can either invest on their own or enter into joint ventures with an Indian partner for financial and technical collaboration for setting up of renewable energy-based power generation projects,” he added.