Suspected suicide bomber detained in J&K:A Pune-based woman, alleged to be a suicide bomber, was detained by Jammu and Kashmir Police from South Kashmir on Thursday night.
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President: Equal opportunities for Poor:President addresses nation on the eve of Republic Day; says providing equal opportunities for the poor is the main objective of democracy; exhorts fellow countrymen to create an India by 2022 that our freedom fighters would be proud of; emphasizes on increasing farmers income.
Nepal: 69th Indian Republic Day celebrated with patriotic fervor:69th Republic Day is being celebrated with patriotic fervour in Nepal. Indian Ambassador Manjeev Singh Puri hosted a reception at India House in Kathmandu.Vice President of Nepal Nanda Bahadur Pun graced the occasion as the Chief Guest.
US slaps sanctions on six Taliban, Haqqani militants:The Trump administration on Friday slapped sanctions on six Taliban and the Haqqani network leaders and pressed Pakistan to work with the US to deny militants safe havens on its soil and aggressively target their fund-raising activities.
69th Republic Day celebrated in Nepal and Bhutan:69th Republic Day is being celebrated with patriotic fervour in Nepal. The main function was held at Indian Embassy in Kathmandu where Ambassador Manjeev Singh Puri hoisted the national flag.
Top Venezuela court excludes opposition from presidential:Venezuela’s top court has delayed the process to re-enroll political parties by six months—a move that will exclude the main opposition coalition from the upcoming presidential election.
UN-led Syrian peace talks resumed in Vienna:The ninth round of the UN-led Syrian peace talks began in the UN Headquarters in Vienna, Austria, on Thursday with UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura holding talks with delegations from the Syrian government and the Syrian opposition respectively.
41 dead in South Korea hospital blaze:At least 41 people were killed in a blaze at a hospital in South Korea on Friday, firefighters said, with more than 70 injured.
Action programme must follow TRAI’s call drop assessment:Telecom regulator Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) must work out an “action programme” once it has the results of the ongoing call drop and mobile service quality assessment of various operators, industry body Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) has stated.
ICAI to carry out study on cryptocurrency:In the wake of the popularity of virtual currencies or cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin, the government has sought the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India’s (ICAI) opinion on the matter.
Govt collects Rs 86,703 crore under GST in December:The government has collected 86,703 crore rupees under Goods and Services Tax (GST) in the last month. The Finance Ministry said one crore taxpayers have been registered under GST so far.
Roger Federer enters Australian Open final:Roger Federer made it through to a record seventh Australian Open final when South Korean Hyeon Chung retired in the second set of their semi-final.
Rohan Bopanna enters mixed doubles final at Australian Open:India’s Rohan Bopanna is a win away from his Grand Slam title as he reached the mixed doubles final of the Australian Open along with Hungarian partner Timea Babos on Friday.
Golf: Woods launches comeback with even par round at Torrey Pines: Tiger Woods launched his latest return to the US PGA Tour with an even par 72 in the first round of the Farmers Insurance Open here Thursday.
ICC U-19: India thrash Bangladesh, set up semis date with Pakistan:Title contenders India justified their top billing as they clinically decimated Bangladesh by 131 runs in the quarter-final to set up a mouth-watering last-four clash with arch-rivals Pakistan in the ICC U-19 World Cup, in Queenstown on Friday.
‘The Reluctant Fundamentalist’, my hardest film: Mira Nair:Renowned filmmaker Mira Nair has said her 2012 movie ‘The Reluctant Fundamentalist’, a post-9/11 political thriller based on an eponymous novel, was the “hardest” film she has ever made.
‘Artificial intelligence and robots will kill many jobs’, says Jack Ma:“Artificial intelligence (AI) and robots will kill many jobs.” It’s a depressingly blunt statement for anyone to make, but even more so as it is the prediction of Jack Ma, CEO of the Chinese online sales giant Alibaba.
Skills & Education determine quality of life in older age:Researchers have found that raising your level of education and skills during your working life are key factors in determining your quality of life in retirement and older age years.
Low carbs diet may lead to greater risk of birth abnormality:A recent research has found that women who are expecting should avoid diets that cut or eliminate carbohydrates, as they could add to the risk of having babies with neural tube birth defects and abnormality.
Sand artist Manas Sahoo creates Red Fort on 69th Republic Day:On the occasion of Republic Day, famous sand animator and sculptor Manas Sahoo has created a sand animation at the Light House beach in Puri, Odisha to spread the message of patriotism on 69th Republic Day.
President awards Garud commando killed in J&K with Ashok Chakra:President Ram Nath Kovind on Friday awarded India’s highest peacetime military decoration Ashok Chakra posthumously to IAF Garud commando Corporal Jyoti Prakash Nirala, who laid down his life after gunning down two terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir.
Government announces Padma, Gallantry awards:Government on Thursday announced Padma awards for personalities who served the poor, set up free schools and popularised tribal arts globally.