HM inaugurates Infosys Red Cross Sarai in PGI, Chandigarh:Home Minister Rajnath Singh inaugurated Infosys Foundation Red Cross Sarai in PGI Chandigarh in presence of Chandigarh MP Kirron Kher and other PGI officials on Tuesday.
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Maharashtra BJP leader Chintaman passes away:BJP leader from Maharashtra Chintaman Vanaga passed away on Tuesday morning. He was the member of 16th Lok Sabha elected from Palghar constituency.
CEC LAHDC of Leh region Sonam Dawa passes away:Chief Executive Councilor of Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council of Leh Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir Dr Sonam Dawa Lonpo passed away on Monday night following cardiac arrest.
AAP MLAs Issue: Delhi High Court asks EC for Affidavit:Delhi High Court’s Division bench directs Election Commission to file an affidavit stating the factual aspects of its decision to disqualify 20 Aam Admi Party MLAs; Next Hearing on February 7.
Government hopeful of Nagaland polls as scheduled:Minister of State for Home Affairs, Kiren Rijiju expresses hope that assembly elections will be held in Nagaland, as scheduled; Says, Government attaches utmost importance to the long-pending Naga issue; Urges all stakeholders to have faith in Prime Minister Modi’s commitment.
Five Army Goodwill Schools in J&K to get digitized classrooms soon:In a significant development, especially for the students of Army Goodwill Schools, the Army on Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd (PGCIL) and Extramarks Education Foundation (EEF) for digitisation of five Army Goodwill Schools namely AGSs Uri and Ziran (Baramulla), AGS Margund (Gandarbal), AGPS Pahalgam (Anantnag) and Pine Wood School, Poonch.
Despite rise in mercury, cold wave continues in northern India:The bone-chilling cold wave continued in Himachal Pradesh and other parts of north India, even as the Kashmir Valley heaved a sigh of relief on Tuesday.
At least 40 dead in Murshidabad bus accident:The death toll in Monday’s bus accident in West Bengal’s Murshidabad district has risen to 40 after more bodies were fished out later in the day.
On cow vigilantism, SC seeks response from 3 state govts for non-compliance of its order:The Supreme Court on Monday sought responses from the governments of Rajasthan, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh for not following its order to take stern steps to stop violence in the name of cow vigilantism.
President Kovind bats for one nation-one election:President Ram Nath Kovind addressed the joint sitting of both Houses of Parliament at the start of the budget session on Monday.
Panama Papers scandal : Pak court rejects Sharif’s objections to supplementary case:An accountability court in Pakistan on Tuesday rejected ousted premier Nawaz Sharif’s objections to the supplementary case filed against him and his family by the country’s anti-graft body over properties in London.
Sri Lanka: Local body election campaign in full swing:In Sri Lanka, campaigning is in full swing for the local body elections scheduled for 10th of next month.
Erupting Mount Mayon continues to spew lava:The Philippines’ most active volcano continued to spew lava on Tuesday morning as the sun rose over Albay Province.
US lifts ban on refugees from 11 countries:The United States announced on Tuesday it was lifting its ban on refugees from 11 “high-risk” countries, but said those seeking to enter the US would come under much tougher scrutiny than in the past.
Trump warns UN envoys on Iran’s ‘destabilising’ efforts:President Donald Trump on Monday accused Iran of destabilising the Middle East, as his United Nations ambassador sought to bolster that argument by showing fellow envoys what she said was debris from an Iranian missile fired at Saudi Arabia.
Realty, construction to generate 15 mn jobs by 2022: Survey:The real estate and construction sector will create over 15 million jobs over the next five years despite signs of stress in the segment in the last few quarters, the Economic Survey said on Tuesday.
Cricket: Melbourne to host final of 2020 World T20:Melbourne Cricket Ground will host the final of both the men’s and women’s World Twenty20 when the tournaments come to Australia in 2020, organisers announced on Tuesday.
India beat Pakistan by 203 runs in U-19 WC, to play Australia in final:India entered the final of the U-19 cricket World Cup after thrashing arch-rivals Pakistan by a massive 203 runs in the semifinals in Christchurch on Tuesday.
Veteran Ottanthullal artiste Geethanandan passes away during performance:Acclaimed Ottanthullal artiste Kalamandalam Geethanandan passed away while delivering a performance on Sunday at Avittathur, Kerala.
Leonard Cohen wins first Grammy after death:Legendary songwriter Leonard Cohen won his first Grammy posthumously on Sunday for “You Want It Darker,” the meditative title song off his final album that presaged his death.
Google’s ‘Bulletin’ app lets you share your story as local news:Expanding its reach into the hyperlocal news, Google has introduced a new app named “Bulletin” that allows anybody to submit stories for and about their communities.
Plastic waste ruining coral reefs further: Study:Global warming and bleaching events are already destroying coral reef systems across the globe. Now, researchers have found that plastic waste is also contributing by making them highly vulnerable to several potentially fatal diseases.
Get ready! Super blue moon is coming. Again.:January 31 will see a lunar trifecta: a pre-dawn ‘super blue blood moon.’
Decoded: Why mosquitoes bite you:Wonder why you receive more bug bites than others around you? It is because, mosquitoes can rapidly learn and remember the smells, researchers have found. The study dopamine — a brain chemical involved in reward learning — is a key mediator of aversive learning in mosquitoes.
New ‘khadi’ uniforms for India’s postmen and postwomen from Feb’18:The Department of Posts has redesigned the uniform for its postmen and postwomen.
Martyrs Day: Tributes paid to ‘Father of the Nation’ Mahatma Gandhi:President Ram Nath Kovind leads the Nation in paying tributes to ‘Father of the Nation’ Mahatma Gandhi on Martyrs Day; Vice President and Prime Minister also pay tributes to Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat.