- "Healthy and extensive interaction" with Nobel prize winner Abhijit Banerjee
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday met Abhijit Banerjee, who won the 2019 Nobel Prize for Economics, at his Lok Kalyan Marg residence in New Delhi.
- Social Media useNew rules to regulate social media to be finalized by January 15: Centre
The Centre on Wednesday told Supreme Court that the new rules to regulate social media will be finalised by January 15 to ensure stopping of hate speech, fake news and anti-national activities.Lotus set to bloom againExit Polls: BJP set to retain power in Haryana and Maharashtra
With polling coming to an end for the single-phase assembly elections in two states – Haryana and Maharashtra, the exit polls predicted a win for the Bharatiya Janata Party.She died again!Election goofup: Maharashtra woman finds she 'died again' as she went to vote
It is not new when the voting list has been found not updated with the latest data. Particularly, in the case of Manjula Modi as she found that she has 'died again' as the Bandra resident went to cast her votes along with her husband on Monday morning.Honest man of BJPRahul Gandhi finds this leader 'the most honest man of BJP'
As two states – Haryana and Maharashtra – voted on Monday for a single-phase Assembly elections, former Congress president Rahul Gandhi took a potshot at the Bharatiya Janata Party after one of the BJP's MLAs claimed that no matter which button is pressed on the EVM, the vote will go to the BJP.Gandhi to AbhijitMillions of Indians are proud of your work: Rahul Gandhi to Abhijit Banerjee
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday tweeted in support of Abhijit Banerjee, a day after the Nobel Prize-winning economist spoke to NDTV and raised his objection to Union Minister Piyush Goyal questioning his professionalism.Pak national in IndiaGautam Gambhir helps 6-year-old Pakistani girl get medical visa
In a letter to Gautam Gambhir, External Affairs minister S Jaishankar communicated that the Centre has decided to grant a medical visa to Omaima Ali and her parents.INX Media CaseINX Media Case: CBI files chargesheet against P Chidambaram, Karti Chidambaram and others
The CBI has filed a chargesheet against former Finance Minister P Chidambaram, his son Karti and 12 others for their alleged involvement in the INX media case. Besides, Chidamabram and his son, the chargesheet also has the names of former media barons Peter Mukherjea and his wife Indrani.No proposal acceptedAyodhya Case: Have not accepted any proposal, say Muslim Parties
Just two days after several media reports claimed that the Muslim Parties have accepted the proposal to drop their claim from disputed Ram temple land in Ayodhya, a group of five lawyers, representing the Muslim side, on Friday, put out a statement denying that they had agreed to any such proposal to a Supreme Court-appointed mediation panel.India NewsFarooq Abdullah's sister and daughter released after 30 hours in prison
Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah's sister and daughter have been released from jail, 30 hours after they were detained on Tuesday for protesting against abrogation of Article 370.India NewsWill stop water flowing to Pakistan, says PM Narendra Modi
Addressing an election rally in Haryana, Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed the voters to punish Congress party for trying to spread rumours about Kashmir on nullification of Article 370 of the constitution.India NewsEnforcement Directorate arrests P Chidambaram in INX Media Case
A three-member team of Enforcement Directorate arrested former Union Fincance Minister P Chidambaram on Wednesday after questioning him for more than an hour in Delhi's Tihar jail in the INX Media case.India NewsDelhi justifies crop burning with NASA's image of crop burning
The Delhi government has shared a NASA’s satellite image depicting "largescale stubble burning" in the nearby areas of the national capital. The justification came one day after Delhi's air quality went down from poor to very poor levels.India NewsMobile users in Kashmir charged for 72 days of blocked phones
Going by the promise of administration, postpaid mobile phones in Kashmir started buzzing from Monday; however, outgoing calls remained another issue. The mobile users found that the mobile companies have charged them for the 72 days of blockade and for many the outgoing call facility has been barred due to non-payment of the bill.India NewsDespite ban, stubble burning continues in Amritsar
Despite a complete ban on stubble burning in Punjab, several farmers were seen burning their crop residue in the Amritsar region, saying they cannot find any other alternative to it.India NewsDalai Lama "enjoys freedom by living in India"
When asked about the freedom of Tibet, he said that the former Prime Minister of India Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru had told him that UN will not be able to do much.India NewsAfter flood, Dengue grips Bihar with 1400 registered cases
Days after flood threw life out of gear in Bihar, Dengue is now gripping the state with 1400 cases being already registered in the hospitals. There is a sharp increase in over 1,000 cases in Patna alone in the past five days as the state is battling with the deadly disease after the deadly calamity.India NewsPM Narendra Modi cleans Tamil Nadu beach, shares video
Before starting his second day of informal summit with China's President Xi Jinping, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a stroll at a beach in Tamil Nadu; while roaming around he picked up plastic bottles, plates and other garbage from a beach outside the Taj Fisherman's Cove Resort and Spa in Mamallapuram.India NewsManmohan Singh went on more foreign trips than PM Narendra Modi: Amit Shah
Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has been to more foreign trips than Prime Minister Narendra Modi, said BJP chief and Union Home Minister Amit Shah, attacking Congress over questions on how many trips does PM Modi make.
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