PM Modi, RS Chairman Venkaiah Naidu bid farewell to retiring members of Upper house:85 members of Rajya Sabha retired on Tuesday. Addressing the outgoing members in the farewell ceremony Rajya Sabha Chairman Venkaiah Naidu said that the tenure of these members have ended in the upper house. Now they will start another chapter of life and contribute in other fields of society.
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Data theft: Whistleblower Christopher Wylie puts Congress in dock:BJP has demanded a full apology from Congress and its President Rahul Gandhi following the startling revelations by Christopher Wylie, a former employee with Cambridge Analytica who blew the whistle on the controversial firms contracts all over the world. Wylie has said that one of the firms for CA could have been congress, and this confession is bound to create more ripples in Indian politics in days to come.
SC declares it illegal for Khap Panchayats to stall marriage between consenting adults:In a landmark judgment, Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that intervention of Khap Panchayats in marriages will be illegal. It said that any attempt made by Khap Panchayat to scuttle marriage between two consenting adults is ‘absolutely illegal’.
Software major SAP partners with NITI Aayog’s Atal Innovation Mission:Software major SAP has partnered with NITI Aayog’s Atal Innovation Mission. Atal Innovation mission is a flagship programme of the Government to promote a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship.
RS Chairman Venkaiah Naidu meets MPs; warns of action against disrupters:Deeply anguished over not allowing the Rajya Sabha to bid farewell to the retiring Members on Tuesday, Chairman Venkaiah Naidu met leaders and members of various parties in the House and conveyed his concerns besides indicating that he was running out of options and being forced to take stringent action against disruptors.
Parliament impasse continues:Both the Houses of Parliament continue to witness disruption due to which they had to face adjournments.
Khap interference in marriages is illegal: SC:In a landmark judgment, Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that intervention of khap panchayats in marriages will be illegal.
Verbal battle between Congress and BJP over data breach continues:The war of words between the BJP and the Congress on the issue of alleged data breach continued on Monday.
Election Commission announces Karnataka poll dates:The starters gun has gone off the race to power in Karnataka.The Election Commission announced the 12th of May as the poll date for the single phase assembly elections where counting will be held 3 days later on the 15th of May.
UN chief following US decision to expel Russian diplomats:UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres is closely following the US government’s decision to expel 60 Russian diplomats and will engage “as required” with the governments concerned, a UN spokesperson has said.
US & EU expel Russian diplomats over attack on ex-spy:The United States on Monday expelled 60 Russian officials and ordered the closure of the Russian consulate in Seattle, as bilateral ties between the nuclear powers continue to deteriorate over poisoning an ex-spy in Britain.
India to be ready with 5G roadmap by June: Telecom Secy:India will be ready with a full roadmap for 5G technology by June this year, Telecom Secretary Aruna Sundararajan said on Tuesday.
Argentina have a ‘debt’ to settle at World Cup: Messi:Argentina captain Lionel Messi admitted on Monday that his generation has a score to settle at the World Cup in Russia after a series of agonising near misses in major tournaments.
Grand finale of Smart India Hackathon to be held on March 30, 31:The grand finale of the Smart India Hackathon 2018 (Software Edition) will be held on March 30 and 31 at 28 nodal centres across the country, an official release stated.
Ultra-thin sun shield could protect Great Barrier Reef: Researchers: An ultra-fine biodegradable film some 50,000 times thinner than a human hair could be enlisted to protect the Great Barrier Reef from environmental degradation, researchers said.
Cambridge-FB link: US trade commission to probe social media giant:The US Federal Trade Commission has confirmed that Facebook is under investigation into its privacy practices, amidst allegations that its connection with British company Cambridge Analytica resulted in misuse of personal data of some 50 million users.
Don’t ignore your skin – it reflects your inner health:Your skin is the mirror of your internal health.But often, we don’t care about it as much as we should.
Nerve freezing to lose weight? A recent study suggests it:There is an interesting and unique way of losing weight. It does not require hours on the treadmill or a diet which makes you shed kilos in hours, but a technique which can make you lose weight in a short period of time.
Two Indian activists shortlisted for Commonwealth Youth Awards:Two Indian activists have been named among 20 finalists from across 53 member-countries for the Commonwealth Youth Awards 2018 for their work in the field of gender equality.
First transgender appointed as news anchor in Pakistan:As the first transgender news anchor in Pakistan, Marvia Malik is proud to be at the forefront of changing attitudes in her country but she says there is a long way to go.
‘Chipko Movement’ completes 45th anniversary:The Chipko movement famous for its slogan “Ecology is permanent economy” completes 45 years on Monday.