Amit Shah on two day Karnataka tour :- BJP President Amit Shah on Monday commenced his two-day tour of Karnataka as the party steps up the preparation for the upcoming assembly elections in the state. Shah began his tour by seeking blessings of Sri Shivakumara Swami of Siddhaganga Mutt in Tumakuru, a revered seer of the Lingayat community.
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I&B minister Smriti Irani takes jibe at Congress President Rahul Gandhi on data leak :- Information and Broadcasting Minister on Monday took a jibe at Rahul Gandhi on the Date leak issue. In a series of tweets, she said
SC to examine constitutional validity of polygamy, nikah halala among Muslims :- The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to examine the constitutional validity of the prevalent practices of polygamy and ‘nikah halala’ among Muslims and sought responses from the Centre and the Law Commission.
President Kovind lays foundation of several projects in Varanasi :- President Ramnath Kovind reached Kashi on Monday. This is his first visit to Kashi after assuming office.
India is ready for any unforeseen situation in Doklam: Nirmala Sitharaman :- Union Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Sunday assured the nation that India is alert and ready for any unseen situation in Doklam.
UP ATS arrests 10 on terror-funding charges:- The Anti-Terrorist Squad, ATS of the Uttar Pradesh police has arrested ten persons, who it claimed were linked with Lashker-e-Taiba and allegedly involved in terror-funding activities.
BJP slams Congress President Rahul Gandhi for Namo App remarks :- Bharatiya Janata Party slams Congress President Rahul Gandhi for his remarks on Namo App; BJP, in a series of tweets, says, it truly shows why Rahul and his party have zero knowledge of technology; Says, all they can do is scare the masses about technology while they continue to steal data using his ‘Brahmastra’ of Cambridge Analytica.
PM : Today’s India belongs to Poor, Marginalised:- PM Modi said that the campaign of Make in India is progressing successfully in consonance with Dr. Ambedkar’s dream of India as an industrial superpower.
PM Modi to youth: Start a ‘Fit India Movement’ :- PM Modi said that Yoga has now become a mass movement.
Egypt prepares for presidential vote as Sisi seeks second term :- Security was deployed outside polling stations around Cairo on Sunday as the country gears up for the presidential election, which analysts say lacks credible challengers to President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.
Clashes in Catalonia after Puigdemont arrested in Germany :- Thousands of Catalan separatists faced off with police in Catalonia on Sunday following the arrest in Germany of the region’s former president Carles Puigdemont five months after he fled Spain.
India-China Jt Group on Economic Relations meet discusses ‘Trade imbalance’ issue :- The India-China Joint Economic Group met in Delhi on Monday. Union minister for Commerce and Industry Suresh Prabhu and Chinese Commerce minister Zhong Shan deliberated on many aspects of bilateral trade including addressing the huge trade deficit that India has been trying to bridge.
Sebastian Vettel holds off Hamilton to win Australian GP thriller :- Sebastian Vettel won a thrilling duel with world champion Lewis Hamilton to steal the season-opening Australian Formula One Grand Prix in Melbourne on Sunday.
Australian cricket faces huge backlash over ball-tampering scandal :- Australian cricket was facing perhaps the toughest week in its history on Monday as a backlash grew over a ball-tampering scandal which is likely to cost Steve Smith the Test captaincy.
Cloud hangs over Smith’s future in IPL after tampering episode :- Indian Premier League side Rajasthan Royals are waiting for instructions from the Indian cricket board (BCCI) before deciding on the future of their captain Steve Smith, officials from the team said on Sunday.
Forward places up for grabs as Spain take on Argentina :- Two of the World Cup’s leading contenders will meet in Madrid on Tuesday but neither Spain nor Argentina have yet settled on a forward line for this summer.
Australia’s day of shame ends in 322-run rout against Proteas :- Australian cricket’s day of shame ended in a crushing 322-run defeat by South Africa on the fourth day of the third Test at Newlands on Sunday.
Rana Daggubati to lend his voice for Thanos for ‘Infinity War’ Telugu version ;- South superstar Rana Daggubati has been roped in to lend his voice for Thanos for the Telugu dub of Marvel’s highly anticipated “Avengers: Infinity War”.
Malaysia proposes 10 years’ jail for ‘fake news’ :- The Malaysian government today proposed a law to combat “fake news” which could see offenders jailed for 10 years, sparking fears authorities aim to stifle criticism as elections loom.
Facebook questioned about pulling Android call, text data :- On the same day Facebook bought ads in US and British newspapers to apologize for the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the social media site faced new questions about collecting phone numbers and text messages from Android devices.
Reflecting on failure can boost your performance: study :- Writing about your past failure can help boost your future performance by reducing the levels of the stress hormone, cortisol, according to a study.
Google Doodle honours Chipko Movement on its 45th anniversary :- Google celebrated on Monday the 45th anniversary of ‘Chipko Movement’ through a doodle. The movement refers to a non-violent movement for conservation of forest.