I&B Minister Smriti Irani releases ‘India-2018’ book:Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani on Tuesday released India 2018 and Bharat 2018.
IAS forum demands written apology from Kejriwal:In a continued standoff with AAP Government over the alleged assault of Delhi Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash at Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s residence as IAS Joint Forum on Monday sought a written apology from the Delhi Chief Minister as a prerequisite to any talks with the state government.
Sridevi’s death: Dubai police records Boney Kapoor’s statement:Dubai police on Monday recorded the statement of Boney Kapoor, husband of Bollywood actor Sridevi who died on Sunday.
PNB fraud: Court allows ED to seek details of Nirav Modi’s overseas assets:A special court on Monday approved the Enforcement Directorate’s request to issue a letter rogatory to six countries in the PNB fraud case.
Voting ends for Meghalaya, Nagaland assembly elections:High voter turnout was recorded in the states of Meghalaya and Nagaland, where 59 of the 60 assembly seats in each state went to the polls on Tuesday.
Two Indian citizens killed in Nepal:Two Indian citizens have died in Nepal. According to Nepal police Abdul Jalil Ansari and Montu Ansari from Motihari, Bihar died in Dhading district due to explosion in a machine while they were repairing it.
Saudi King shakes up military leadership:Saudi Arabia has sacked its top military commanders, including the chief of staff, in a series of late-night royal decrees.
Prosecutors seek 30 years jail for ousted S Korea president:South Korean prosecutors on Tuesday demanded a 30-year-jail sentence for former president Park Geun-hye for corruption and abuse of power.
Russia calls daily truce in battered Syria enclave:Russia called a daily “humanitarian pause” in Syria’s Eastern Ghouta, bowing to pressure to halt the carnage in the rebel-held enclave where bombardments eased late Monday after hours of deadly raids.
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More than 30 believed dead in PNG quake: report:More than 30 people are believed to have died after a powerful earthquake struck Papua New Guinea’s mountainous interior, a report said on Tuesday as details of “extensive” damage began to emerge.
India will soon become 5th largest economy in terms of GDP: PM Modi:Prime Minister Narendra Modi told investors at the India-Korea Business Summit that India is one of the most open economies which is ready to do business with the world.
Sridevi’s Mortal remains reach Mumbai:A chartered plane carrying mortal remains of Bollywood legend Sridevi landed at the Mumbai airport on Tuesday night. Thereafter, the actor’s body was taken to her residence in Lokhandwala.
NBT to transform AIR’s rare folk programs into books:Folk tales & folk songs are an invaluable part of Indian tradition. In order the preserve and promote this diverse heritage, public broadcaster AIR on various occasions has produced programs that capture the essence of India’s folk culture.
‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ to be released in China this week:Two years after it hit theatres in India, Salman Khan-starrer “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” will be released all over China on Friday, state media said on Tuesday.
Dormant desert life hints at possibilities on Mars:It may rain once a decade or less in South America’s Atacama Desert, but tiny bacteria and microorganisms survive there, hinting at the possibility of similar life on Mars, researchers said Monday.
Marathi edition of PM Modi’s Book ‘Exam Warriors’ launched in Mumbai:Maharashtra Governor C. Vidyasagar Rao on Tuesday released the Marathi edition of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s book ‘Exam Warriors’ in Mumbai.
Chilika lake largest habitat of Irrawaddy dolphins globally:The Chilika lake in Odisha has emerged as the single largest habitat of Irrawaddy dolphins in the world with the spotting of 155 such animals, a Chilika Development Authority (CDA) official said.
Cruel climate dilemma for King penguins: feed or breed:Global warming is on track to wipe out 70 percent of the world’s King penguins by century’s end, putting the regal birds on a path towards extinction, researchers warned Monday.