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Buyer Seller Meet cum Facilitation Camp on Textiles in Bengaluru:Union Textiles Minister Smriti Irani along with Union Minister Ananth Kumar on Sunday inaugurated a buyer and seller meet cum facilitation camp on textiles in Bengaluru, Karnataka.
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President Kovind meets Mauritius counterpart in Port Louis:President Ramnath Kovind reaches Port Louis on a state visit to Mauritius; President will be the chief guest at the celebrations commemorating 50th year of independence of Mauritius; will visit Madagascar in his second leg of tour.
VP, Jaitley addresses legislators’ conference:Vice President Venkaiah Naidu addresses Legislators’ Conference in New Delhi; urges legislators to cooperate in smooth functioning of legislative bodies and not to resort to disruptions; Finance Minister Arun Jaitley says legislators should focus on agenda and not individuals.
Mega by-polls held in Bihar, Uttar Pradesh:Polling was held for two Parliamentary Constituencies in Uttar Pradesh and one Parliamentary Constituency and two Assembly Constituencies in Bihar.
India and France exchange 14 agreements:India and France sign 14 pacts in various fields including solar energy, climate change and defence; PM says, reciprocal logistics support agreement between armed forces of India and France is a milestone in the history of defence cooperation between the two countries.
China’s Xi Jinping set to rule for life as Parliament abolishes two-term limit for the President:China’s Parliament on Sunday abolished the decades-old two-term limit for the President, allowing Xi Jinping to remain as the country’s leader for life.
Japan tsunami, nuclear tragedy remembered seven years on:Prime Minister Shinzo Abe led a sombre ceremony Sunday as Japan marked the seventh anniversary of a deadly earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster that devastated its northeastern coast and left around 18,500 people dead or missing.
Syria army cuts off main rebel town in Ghouta as death toll tops 1,000:Syrian regime forces on Saturday cut off the largest town in Eastern Ghouta from the rest of the rebel-held enclave near Damascus, pressing on with a 20-day assault that has left more than 1,000 civilians dead.
Donald Trump says he thinks ‘North Koreans want to make peace’:US President Donald Trump said Saturday he believes North Korea wants to “make peace,” as he praised the reclusive nation for its restraint after announcing a possible meeting between him and leader Kim Jong Un.
GST Council approves rollout of e-way bill from April:For intra-State movement, the e-way bill will be rolled out in a phased manner beginning April 15, and will cover all the States by June 1.
India names 31-member athletics team for CWG 2018:The Athletics Federation of India on Saturday named a 31-member Indian track and field team (18 men and 13 women) for the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast.
ISSF World Cup: Akhil Sheoran bags fourth Gold for India:Indian shooter Akhil Sheoran continued the march of India’s young brigade at the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF) World Cup Rifle/Pistol/Shotgun stage in Guadalajara, Mexico, shooting down the Men’s 50m Rifle 3 Positions (3P) Gold with lots to spare.
NASA probe to search for interstellar water:NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is set to peer into reservoirs of interstellar water to understand the origin and evolution of key building blocks for habitable planets.
Stored blood may be unsafe for severely injured patients: study:Blood stored longer may be less safe for patients with massive blood loss and shock as it may have adverse effects, according to scientists, including one of Indian origin.
WHO issues new guidance on tobacco product regulation:WHO has launched new guidance on the role tobacco product regulation can play to reduce tobacco demand, save lives and raise revenues for health services to treat tobacco-related disease, in the context of comprehensive tobacco control.
Indian parents most keen to help kids with schoolwork: Study:Indian parents are among the world’s most keen to spend time with their children on schoolwork and are also the most optimistic about education standards in the country, a new worldwide education study has revealed.