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International Suspension Bridge opens for Nepali nationals at Uttarakhand's Dharchula
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'National lockdown is not right approach' says minister
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Coffey 'doesn't know details' of Covid testing glitch
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Test and Trace error: Minister unable to give number affected
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Ruby Tuesday Stopped Paying Pensions of 100 Employees
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UNGA75: India exercises its Right to Reply for third time in response to Pakistan
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India slams Pak for persecuting minorities, calls it 'epicenter of terrorism'
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Therese Coffey: I have "no insight" into travel restrictions
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Coffey: Low paid workers paid extra during local lockdowns
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Government launches £2 billion Kickstart employment fund
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