PM calls for change in Tripura :- Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed two rallies on the last day of campaigning in Tripura. The state goes to polls on Sunday. He said that the arrogance of Left government has become a barrier to development and welfare of people in Tripura.
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Bank is doing all that is needed to bring culprits to justice: PNB MD :- Punjab National Bank MD Sunil Mehta has said that the bank is doing all that is needed to ensure that the culprits behind the ongoing fraudulent activities in the bank are brought to justice.
ED conducts searches at Nirav Modi’s locations :- Enforcement Directorate has registered Prevention of Money Laundering Act case against Nirav Modi and three others in a Rs 280-crore cheating case filed by the Punjab National Bank in January.
BJP chief Amit Shah hits out at Cong in Haryana rally :- BJP President Amit Shah took a dig at previous Congress Government of Haryana for allegedly indulging in scams and scandals during its tenure.
PM Modi calls for rooting out Left Govt in Tripura :- Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed his first rally in Shantirbazar, Tripura. Reacting to the massive turnout, PM thanked the people of Tripura for supporting the party’s call for change, Chalo Paltai.
Have exam stress? Join PM Modi in ‘Pariksha Par Charcha’ tomorrow :- Prime Minister Narendra Modi will conduct an interactive session with students at Delhi’s Talkatora Stadium on Friday (February 16).
President Rouhani to begin his 3-day India visit from Hyderabad today :- President of Iran, Hassan Rouhani will arrive in Hyderabad on his three-day maiden visit to India on Thursday.
As poll date nears, parties go all-out to woo voters in Nagaland, Meghalaya and Tripura :- Campaigning gathered pace in poll-bound northeastern states with the BJP kicking off its campaign in Nagaland and Congress leaders from many states reaching Meghalaya for campaigning.
PM Modi launches three key projects in Arunachal Pradesh :- Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched several projects in Arunachal Pradesh and later, will also address several rallies in poll-bound Tripura on Thursday.
KP Sharma Oli sworn in as PM of Nepal :- The Communist Party of Nepal (UML) Chairman K.P. Sharma Oli has become new Prime Minister of Nepal. President Bidya Devi Bhandari administered oath of office and secrecy to Oli in Kathmandu Thursday evening.
After a controversial 9-year term, Jacob Zuma quits as South African President :- Jacob Zuma resigned as President of South Africa on Wednesday, reluctantly heeding orders by the ruling African National Congress (ANC) to bring an end to his nine scandal-plagued years in power.
Passenger jet lands in Hawaii after engine covering rips apart :- Passengers on board United Airlines flight from San Francisco to Honolulu had a scary trip over the Pacific Ocean on Tuesday (February 13), after the casing around one of the engines ripped apart, officials said.
17 killed in Florida school shooting by former student :- A 19-year-old gunman returned to a Florida high school where he had once been expelled for disciplinary reasons and opened fire with an assault-style rifle on Wednesday, killing 17 people before he was arrested by police, authorities said.
India’s biggest global pharma conference begins in Bengaluru :- An international exhibition and conference on Pharmaceutical & Medical Device sector ‘India Pharma & India Medical Device 2018’ began today in Bengaluru.
Budget’s focus on agri sector will create jobs: NITI Aayog Vice Chairman :- In a post-budget interaction, NITI Aayog Vice Chairman said the focus of the budget was on agriculture and rural sectors and this will play an important role in creating jobs.
Record-setters Savchenko and Massot win pairs skating gold :- Aljona Savchenko and Bruno Massot conjured up a magical world-record free dance to win Olympic pairs figure skating gold on Thursday and promptly burst into floods of tears.
Federer pummels Bemelmans to move closer to top spot :- Roger Federer moved a step closer to reclaiming the top spot in men’s tennis when he beat Belgium’s Ruben Bemelmans 6-1 6-2 in the Rotterdam Open on Wednesday.
North Korean cheerleaders caught off guard by fake Kim Jong Un :- A group of North Korean cheerleaders were briefly wowed by the apparent, sudden arrival of their leader, Kim Jong Un, at a Winter Olympics ice hockey game on Wednesday.
#MeToo, refugee stories set to steal the limelight at this year’s Berlin Film Fest :- Films focusing on refugees and current affairs will feature heavily at this year’s Berlin Film festival but the #MeToo movement is likely to steal the limelight, with thousands calling for a black carpet to be rolled out to protest sexual abuse.
India’s progress in Science exponential: Dr. Harsh Vardhan :- Union Minister for Science & Technology, Dr. Harsh Vardhan on Thursday said, India’s progress in the field of science and technology is exponential and science can address most of the problems the society is facing now.
Electrons behind colourful auroras observed for the first time :- Scientists have, for the first time, directly observed the shower of electrons bouncing across Earth’s magnetic field, which causes the spectacular, colourful phenomenon commonly known as the Northern Light.
PM Modi: Ayushman Bharat Yojana to bring ‘paradigm shift’ in health sector :- Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said the Centre is taking up the Ayushman Bharat Yojana on a mission mode to provide quality and affordable health care to nearly 50 crore people across the country.
Exercise can help you sharpen your memory: Research :- Engaging in regular physical activity is good for your brain too, suggests a new research that found a link between a lower fitness level and faster deterioration of vital nerve fibres in the brain.
New molecule that can fight cancer identified :- Scientists have identified a molecule that can rapid kill tumour cells and could potentially be used to develop new cancer therapies.