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President attends 66th Convocation of Baroda’s MS University : President Ram Nath Kovind on Monday addressed the 66th annual convocation of the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda in Gujarat.
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Loya issue ‘serious’, will examine all matters : Supreme Court : The Supreme Court on Monday said the controversy surrounding the death of Special CBI court judge B.H. Loya is “serious” and it will look into the circumstances leading to his death in November 2014.
Delhi Police arrests 2008 Gujarat blasts mastermind Abdul Subhan Qureshi : Delhi Police have arrested the suspected mastermind of the 2008 Gujarat blasts. The arrest was made by special cell in Delhi.
India’s global rankings, improved image, result of good governance: PM Modi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that India’s improved image and global rankings is a result of good governance, clarity and policy framework in line with global standards.
PM Modi’s departure statement ahead of Davos visit : Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that he will share his vision for India’s future engagement with the international community.
EC Om Prakash Rawat appointed new Chief Election Commissioner : Election Commissioner Om Prakash Rawat was today appointed as the next chief election commissioner succeeding A K Joti who retires tomorrow, the law ministry said on Sunday.
India has shown it won’t hesitate to cross border: Rajnath Singh : Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday said India has shown it can attack its enemies not only on its soil, but also in a foreign territory, if need be.
Disqualified AAP MLAs withdraw plea in Delhi HC, to file fresh ones : The AAP MLAs, who have been disqualified as members of legislative assembly for holding office of profit, have withdrawn their pleas from Delhi high court challenging the Election Commission’s recommendation which got the assent of the president.
George Weah Sworn-in as Liberian President : Ex-footballer George Weah sworn-in as Liberia’s president, country’s first transition between democratically-elected leaders since 1944.
People in Nepal celebrates Basant Panchami : Basanta Panchami is being celebrated in Nepal on Monday. People worshipping Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge and wisdom in various parts of the country. The festival is also known as Shree Panchami.
Turkish tanks roll into Syria to fight Kurdish militia : Turkish troops and tanks entered Syria to push an offensive against Kurdish militia as rockets hit border towns in apparent retaliation.
Benjamin Netanyahu thanks PM Modi for “historic” India visit : Terming his recent visit to India as “historic”, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that his six-day trip will be “long remembered” as it contributed in the strengthening of bilateral ties.
Dozens wounded as rockets fired from Syria hit Turkish towns : Rockets fired across the border from Syria hit the Turkish town of Reyhanli on Sunday, killing a Syrian national and wounding 46 people, the local governor’s office said.
At least 40 killed in 12-hour Taliban siege at luxury Kabul hotel : Explosions and heavy gunfire rocked Kabul’s Intercontinental Hotel on Sunday as Afghan Special Forces moved through each floor fighting surviving gunmen who attacked the hotel a day earlier, killing at least 40 people.
India-ASEAN Business & Investment Conference held in New Delhi : India-ASEAN business and investment conference hold in New Delhi ahead of the landmark commemorative summit meet on the 25th of January; Commerce Minister Suresh Prabhu stresses ehanced connectivity via land to strengthen trade ties.
India will regain rank as fastest growing economy in 2018-19: IMF : The International Monetary Fund on Monday reaffirmed that India’s economy is projected to grow by 7.4 percent in the next fiscal year, regaining the rank of the world’s fastest growing large economy.
Australian Open: Djokovic Out, Federer Advances : Peerless Roger Federer sweeps into the last eight in men’s Singles in the Australian Open; Elbow woes for reigning champion Novak Djokovic as he crashes out of the first grand slam of the year.
IPL 2018 to start on April 7 with revised timings : The 11th edition of the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL) will be held from April 7 to May 27 with revised timings, the IPL Governing Council (GC) announced on Monday.
Australian Open: Rafael Nadal enters Men’s Singles quarter-finals : Spain’s Rafael Nadal has entered the Men’s Singles quarter-finals of the Australian Open tennis tournament.
Steve Smith rejects ball-tampering suggestions after ODI loss : Australian captain Steve Smith has shot down suggestions of ball-tampering after video of him using saliva from the corner of his mouth during Sunday’s one-day loss to England raised eyebrows.
Roger Federer charges into 14th Australian Open quarter-final : Defending champion Roger Federer charged into his 14th Australian Open quarter-final with a straight-forward win over Hungary’s Marton Fucsovics on Monday.
Bopanna, Sharan lose in men’s doubles at Australian Open : India’s Rohan Bopanna and Divij Sharan lost their respective men’s doubles third round matches in the Australian Open.
North Korean delegates arrive in Seoul to inspect for Winter Olympics : North Korean delegates has arrived in Seoul on their way to inspect venues and prepare cultural performances for next month’s Winter Olympics.
SAG awards 2018: Three Billboards wins big in women powered ceremony : Stars descended on the red carpet Sunday for the Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG), with Black comedy crime story “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” winning three prizes. The film about a furious woman seeking justice for the murder of her daughter was named best ensemble, the top SAG honor.
Leaving Thor a scary thought, says Chris Hemsworth : “Thor” star Chris Hemsworth is officially done with playing the superhero and the actor says leaving the character behind is a “a scary thought”.
Pentagon made of microbes older than dinosaurs: study : Some of the building blocks of the iconic Pentagon and Empire State Building in the US are made of mineralised microbes that lived up to 340 million years ago, predating the dinosaurs.
Explore Ayurveda cures for Cancer: VP Venkaiah Naidu : Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu on Monday called upon all medical professionals and researchers to explore Indian systems like Ayurveda for alternative solutions to prevent and treat cancers.
Basant Panchami being celebrated across the country with religious fervour : Thousands of devotees in Allahabad braved dense fog and icy temperatures as they converged at Sangam – a confluence of holy rivers Ganges, Yamuna and the mythical Saraswati – for a dip in the holy waters on the occasion of ‘Basant Panchami’, or spring festival.
“Love hormone” helps us understand social cues : Oxytocin – popularly known as the love hormone – plays a crucial role in helping the brain process a wide array of social signals, Harvard scientists have found.