Election fever grips N-E states; PM to address rallies in Tripura :- Nominations for Nagaland and Meghalaya Assembly elections end; Campaign in full swing; PM to address two rallies in Tripura on Thursday.
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SC quashes all iron ore mining leases in Goa :- The Supreme Court has cancelled all iron ore mining leases in Goa.
PM Modi to Opposition: Rise above party lines :- Prime Minister Modi delivers Motion of Thanks on President’s address amid noisy disruptions in Rajya Sabha; Urges opposition to rise above party lines to implement schemes benefiting poor, protect women and uplift the disadvantaged; Says, Congress Mukt Bharat is not my call, it was invoked by Mahatma Gandhi.
UIDAI cautions against use of laminated Aadhaar smart cards :- Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has reiterated that Aadhaar letter or its cutaway portion or downloaded versions of Aadhaar or mAadhaar are perfectly valid.
EAM Swaraj attends opening ceremony of Riyadh’s Al-Janadriyah Fest :- External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in Saudi Arabia; Inaugurates prestigious Al-Janaadariya Festival in Riyadh; India is guest of honour country at the festival.
Nominations for Meghalaya and Nagaland assembly polls end today :- February 7 is the last day for filing nomination papers in Meghalaya and Nagaland.
Rajya Sabha Chairman Naidu expresses anguish over “forced disruption” by some parties :- Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday expressed deep concern over the negative public perception of the House because of forced and frequent adjournments.
Iraqi Prime Minister says U.S. troops would be reduced gradually :- Iraq’s Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Tuesday that there was a plan to reduce U.S. forces in the country gradually, but that they were needed to prevent a vacuum forming and to prevent infiltration by Islamic State.
Venezuelan capital hit by partial blackout, government blames ‘sabotage’ :- A power outage which the government blamed on “sabotage” hit parts of Venezuelan capital Caracas on Tuesday, forcing at least ten train stations to close and affecting traffic signals and phone lines during rush hour.
Taiwan quake: Rescuers search for those trapped inside debris :- Firefighters were at the site of a tilted building on Wednesday following an earthquake in Taiwan, seeking to find residents who were still trapped inside.
Maldives crisis: India expresses concern even as SC revokes order :- India has expressed concern over the worsening political situation in Maldives.
RBI keeps repo rates unchanged in final bi-monthly monetary policy :- Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced its sixth and the final bi-monthly monetary policy for 2017-18 on Wednesday.
Khelo India: Haryana on top, Maharashtra move to 2nd spot :- Haryana maintained their top position by adding two gold medals while Maharashtra picked up three yellow metals to move into the second place on the seventh day of competitions in the first Khelo India School Games.
With David Bowie track in a car, world’s most powerful operational rocket launched :- SpaceX launched the world’s most powerful operational rocket into space in a much-hyped demonstration mission on Tuesday, which many believe has the potential to revolutionize the space industry.
Genetic cause of rare high blood pressure syndrome discovered :- A new study has discovered the genetic cause of a rare high blood pressure syndrome.
Google and NCERT join hands to teach students digital safety :- Google and NCERT on Tuesday signed a pact to integrate a course on ‘Digital Citizenship and Safety’ in information and communication technology curriculum.