All villages in Bihar electrified: CM Nitish Kumar:All 39,073 villages of Bihar were now electrified, and every household in the state would have a free power connection by the end of the next calendar year, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said on Wednesday.
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Govt all set to table Triple Talaq Bill in Lok Sabha on Thursday: Government is all set to table the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill in Lok Sabha on Thursday; Triple Talaq set to be criminalized; Govt reaches out to all political parties seeking cooperation in passing the legislation.
J&K : Mehbooba Mufti to induct two faces in her Cabinet: In Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti will be inducting two faces in her Council of Ministers including her 45-year-old cinematographer brother, Tassaduq Hussain Mufti, on Thursday.
New Himachal Cabinet reduces age limit for social security pension to 70 years: In its first meeting, the Himachal Pradesh Cabinet decides to review decisions taken by the previous government over the past 6 months. The age of providing social security pension reduced to 70 years from 80 years, among other decisions.
Malegaon blast case: MCOCA charges dropped: Sadhvi Pragya, Ramesh Upadhyay, Ajay Rahikar, Lt Col Purohit discharged under MCOCA in the Malegaon blast case; Sadhvi Pragya and Lt Col Purohit will be tried under UAPA section 18 and other charges of IPC.
Government-Opposition logjam ends in Parliament: Both Houses of Parliament conduct smooth business after government and opposition resolve deadlock over contentious issue. Finance Minister says PM did not question fomer PM Manmohan Singh’s commitment to the country; Lok Sabha passes 1 while Rajya Sabha passes 2 bills.
President Kovind inaugurates 100th Indian Economic Association conference: President Ramnath Kovind today inaugurated the 100th Annual Conference of the Indian Economic Association at Acharya Nagarjuna University in Guntur of Andhra Pradesh. The event will be held for four days.
Govt team visits cyclone Ockhi-hit Kerala, Tamil Nadu: A central team is visiting the fishing villages devastated by cyclone Ockhi in Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
First meeting of new Gujarat Cabinet led by Vijay Rupani today: Vijay Rupani led newly-elected Gujarat Cabinet will hold its first meeting today in Gandhinagar
Cataract surgery on 32 patients in torch light in UP; CMO suspended: The district administration on Tuesday suspended the chief medical officer after reports surfaced that 32 cataract patients were operated upon in torch light for want of steady electricity supply at a state-run facility in Unnao.
WhatsApp gets legal notice for middle-finger emoji: An advocate on Tuesday sent a legal notice to mobile messaging app WhatsApp, asking it to remove the “middle finger” emoji within 15 days.
Mahadayi water dispute: North Karnataka hobbled by bandh: Five districts of North Karnataka came to a standstill as farmers observed a bandh to protest against the non-implementation of the Kalasa-Banduri project, which would divert water from the Mahadayi river to these districts.
Treatment given to Kulbhushan Jadhav by Pakistan condemned by political parties: Treatment given to Kulbhushan Jadhav by Pakistan condemned by leaders across political parties, External Affairs Minister to make statement in Parliament on Thursday.
Jairam Thakur sworn-in as 14th CM of Himachal Pradesh: Jairam Thakur takes over reins in Himachal Pradesh, takes oath of office and secracy along with 11 other ministers; Prime Minister Modi, Home Minister Rajnath Singh, BJP Chief Amit Shah along with several other central ministers and state Chief Ministers attend the ceremony; PM expresses confidence that the new HP govt will serve the people with unprecedented dedication.
Jerusalem embassy move a ‘sovereign’ decision: Guatemala: Guatemala has said its decision to follow the US in moving its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem was a “sovereign” matter that should not affect ties with other countries.
Stocks get off record level, oil risks point to pain: Flagship stock indices on Wednesday were short on luck as they fell off record highs after oil showed signs of heating up amid outflow of foreign capital.
Morne Morkel’s three-wicket haul put SA on top against Zimbabwe: Morne Morkel reopened the debate about conditions under floodlights with a devastating spell of fast bowling as South Africa took command on the first day of a four-day, day-night Test against Zimbabwe at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Tuesday.
Cook silences critics with much awaited century after England skittle Australia: Alastair Cook hit a long- awaited century and Stuart Broad snapped up four wickets as England’s much-maligned old guard finally enjoyed a day to remember in the Ashes series on Wednesday.
A look back at 2017: Indian badminton scales new peaks: The year 2017 has defined Indian badminton. From being just an occasional topic of discussion and a winter sport to be played at home or in backyards, badminton has become one of the most talked about and one of the most followed sport in the country
2017: A memorable year for India & World cricket: 2017 was a memorable year for world cricket; This year many records were made on the field of cricket and many were broken.
Superstar Salman Khan turns 52, Bollywood Celebs wishes him more success:Superstar Salman Khan turned 52 on Wednesday (27 December); Bollywood colleagues wished him a happy and successful year
Hackers can guess PINs using your smartphone’s sensor data: Data from your smartphone sensors can reveal PINs and passwords to hackers and allow them to unlock your mobile devices, according to a study led by an Indian-origin scientist.
NASA’s new telescope to see big picture of universe : NASA is planning to launch a next-generation space telescope that will provide the largest picture of the universe ever seen, with the same depth and clarity as the Hubble Space Telescope.
Mumbai: Central Railway to run 4 special suburban trains on New Year’s Eve: Central Railway will run 4 suburban special trains between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai – Kalyan and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai – Panvel on 1.1.2018 (after the midnight of 31.12.2017) for the benefit passengers on the occasion of New Year Eve.
220th Birth anniversary of Legendary Poet Mirza Ghalib:The 220th birth anniversary of one of most popular and influential masters of the Urdu language, Mirza Ghalib was observed on Wednesday; Born on December 27, 1797, in Agra, and honoured with titles like Dabir-ul-Mulk and Najm-ud-Daula, he is widely regarded as the last great poet of the Mughal era.