PM Modi to visit Middle East Palestine, UAE, Oman :- Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have a packed schedule during his three-day-visit to Palestine, United Arab Emirates and Oman beginning Friday. This is the first ever visit by an Indian Prime Minister to Palestine.
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Agriculture, rural infra, healthcare, education need higher expenditure: FM :- Finance Minister Arun Jaitley addressed members of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry on the budget 2018. He discussed all aspects of the budget and clearly stated that agriculture and Rural development are key priorities of the government.
EAM Sushma Swaraj to visit Saudi Arabia today :- External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj is paying her first official visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from 6-8 February 2018.
Scientists must have a shared sense of purpose: President :- President Ram Nath Kovind has underlined the enormous importance of Indian Science institutions striving to attain global standards and competing with the best in the world.
No one can interfere with adult individuals’ decision to get married: SC :- Taking a strong exception to the diktats passed by Khaps on matters of marriage, Supreme Court has come out strongly against honour killings.
CBI books jeweller Nirav Modi, wife, brother for cheating :- CBI has booked businessmen Nirav Modi and Punjab National Bank officials for cheating the bank to the tune of Rs. 280.7 crore.
1st ever meeting of provincial assemblies in Nepal concludes :- The first ever meeting of provincial assemblies in Nepal have been concluded.
Taiwan hit by 6.4-magnitude quake :- A 6.4-magnitude earthquake jolted waters near Hualien County in northeast Taiwan at 21:56 Sunday, according to the China Earthquake Networks Center (CENC).
Record snowfall in Moscow kills 1, injures 2 :- Record snowfall hit Moscow for the second day in a row on Sunday, wreaking havoc on transportation and resulting in one death.
Equity market sell off due to global cues, not LTCG tax, says Hasmukh Adhia :- The sell-off in equity markets is due to a weak global sentiment and not because of long-term capital gains tax announced in the budget, Finance Secretary Hasmukh Adhia said on Monday.
In bid to make it to 2021 women’s WC, India to take on South Africa today :- Indian women’s cricket team will take on South Africa in a three-match series starting Monday at Kimberley in South Africa.
Top North Korean official to visit South during Pyeongchang Olympics :- North Korea will send its highest ranking official for years to the South amid an easing of tensions during the Winter Olympics.
Manchester United Munich air crash haunts McGuinness 60 years on :- Not a day goes by when Wilf McGuinness doesn’t think of the friends and teammates he lost when the Munich air crash ripped the heart out of Manchester United’s “Busby Babes”.
No Pyeongchang invitation for Russians cleared by CAS: IOC :- The International Olympic Committee (IOC) said on Monday that 15 Russian athletes and coaches who had their lifetime bans overturned by world sport’s highest tribunal will not be invited to this month’s Pyeongchang Winter Games.
PV Sindhu loses India Open final to American Beiwen Zhang :- Defending champion P V Sindhu stumbled on the threshold of glory once again, suffering yet another narrow defeat in a pulsating final, this time against American Beiwen Zhang to finish runner-up at the India Open Super 500 tournament on Sunday.
ICC left red faced over ‘archaic’ playing rules :- The International Cricket Council (ICC) came in for sharp criticism for its bizarre rules on playing conditions after the play was stopped for lunch with India needing just two runs to win the second ODI against South Africa in Centurion on Sunday.
Five Indians make it to ICC Under-19 World XI :- The Indians expectedly dominated the Under-19 World Cup team announced by the ICC, with five players from the triumphant side making it to the world eleven.
Asteroid bigger than Burj Khalifa zooms past Earth safely :- An asteroid bigger than the world’s tallest building, whizzed past the Earth safely, at a speed of 76,000 miles per hour (122,000kph) on Sunday night.
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