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Daily Archives: 9th April 2018

Delhi Court Defers Order in Abu Salem Extortion Case

The Patiala House Court on Monday deferred order in the 2002 extortion case, due to unavailability of the concerned judge.

Centre Questions Maintainability of Petitions in PNB Scam Case

The Centre on Monday questioned the maintainability of the petitions in connection with multi-crore Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam case.

CRPF, Maoists Exchange Fire in Bijapur in Chhattisgarh

Nearly five days ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Bijapur, an exchange of fire took place between Maoists and the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel here on Monday.

Father of Woman Alleging Rape by BJP MLA Dies in Police Custody

The father of a woman, who had alleged that she was raped by a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA and his accomplices, died in police custody, on Monday.

SC Directs BJP to Approach State EC Over WB Panchayat Polls

The Supreme Court on Monday directed the West Bengal faction of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to approach the state Election Commission in connection with its petition over the Panchayat polls.

Magisterial Inquiry Ordered Into Death of Unnao Rape Victim's Father

A magisterial inquiry will be initiated into the death of the father of the woman who said that she was raped by a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA.

Magisterial Inquiry Ordered Into Death of Unnao Rape Victim’s Father

A magisterial inquiry will be initiated into the death of the father of the woman who said that she was raped by a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA.

3 Infants die After Vaccination in Jharkhand

Three infants died while six took unwell in Loyenga village of Jharkhand's Palamu district, hours after they were vaccinated.

NITI Forum to Conduct Meeting to Boost Development Projects in NE

The first meeting of newly constituted NITI Forum for North East will be held in Agartala on April 10, to boost Development Projects in the states.

Mumbai Airport Runway to be Closed for six Hours

Thousands of fliers are likely to be inconvenienced as the main runway of the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai will be closed for six hours, on Monday and Tuesday.

Arijit Shashwat Granted Bail in Bhagalpur Violence Case

A Bhagalpur court on Monday granted bail to Arijit Shashwat, son of Union minister Ashwini Choubey, in connection with the communal violence in the district.

Arunachal Leaders Rebuff China's Transgression Charge

Political leaders of Arunachal Pradesh, cutting across party lines, have told media today that they vehemently oppose China's charge on the Indian Army that it had transgressed in the strategically sensitive Asaphila area in Upper Subansiri district.

Arunachal Leaders Rebuff China’s Transgression Charge

Political leaders of Arunachal Pradesh, cutting across party lines, have told media today that they vehemently oppose China's charge on the Indian Army that it had transgressed in the strategically sensitive Asaphila area in Upper Subansiri district.

SC Refuses to Hear Plea Seeking CBI Probe in Ahlcon School Suicide

The Supreme Court on Monday refused to interfere with the petition seeking a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe into the suicide of a 15-year-old student of Delhi's Ahlcon Public School.

54-year-old man Beaten to Death for Raping Minor Girl

A case was registered against people, who had beaten an old man, accused of raping a class 2 girl.

Sneakers and Food? Why Not?

Fast-Food and Fashion? While it might seem to be an unlikely association, history stands witness to numerous examples of fast-food giants teaming up with their fashion counterparts, combining their respective appealing powers, which have, occasionally, given us the perfect 'best of both worlds' products.

US Refutes Reports of Attack on Syrian Airbase

The United States has dismissed Syrian claims accusing it of attacking a Homs air base.

China Bans Export of 32 Items to North Korea

In a bid to avert the production of Weapons of Mass Destruction, China on Monday banned the exports of 32 items to North Korea.

Mehuli Ghosh, Apurvi Chandela Clinch Silver, Bronze in Shooting at CWG 2018

Indian shooters continued their medal rush at the 21st Commonwealth Games here on Monday, with Mehuli Ghosh and Apurvi Chandela bagging silver and bronze respectively in the Women's 10m Air Rifle competition.

SC to Hear Plea Seeking SIT Probe in PNB Scam Case

Supreme Court on Monday will hear the plea filed by a lawyer seeking SIT probe into the alleged Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam case.

SC Likely to Give Verdict Today in Rohingya Case

The Supreme Court will take up the case regarding deportation of Rohingya, for final disposal on Monday.

Pregnant Woman Loses Baby in Ambulance Accident

A pregnant woman lost her baby and received critical injuries after the ambulance she was travelling in, hit a divider in Thane's Anand Nagar Sunday morning.

Light Rain Breaks Delhi's dry Spell

Delhi woke up to a light downpour on Monday morning, with the temperature dipping to 24 degree Celsius.

Light Rain Breaks Delhi’s dry Spell

Delhi woke up to a light downpour on Monday morning, with the temperature dipping to 24 degree Celsius.

Delhi Court to Pronounce Order in Abu Salem Extortion Case

The Patiala House Court is likely to pronounce the order in the 2002 extortion case on Monday.

Water Scarcity in Kashmir Valley, Government Advises Farmers not to Grow Paddy

Though Kashmir gets a large part of its rain in the spring months and in early summer, a prolonged dry spell in the area in January and February has led to decreased water levels in streams that are vital for irrigation.

Dalits Fleeing From UP Village, Police Rebuff Reports

A resident of Shobhapur village in Uttar Pradesh's Meerut on Monday claimed that after the Bharat Bhandh protest, the Dalit families are migrating from the area as they are living in fear.

Centre not Cooperating in Polavaram Project Says Chandrababu Naidu

The Centre is not cooperating in the Polavaram project, said Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Monday.

Adityanath Condemns Custodial Death of Rape Victim's Father, not to Spare Guilty

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday condemned the custodial death of an alleged rape victim's father and assured strict action and thorough probe into the matter.

Adityanath Condemns Custodial Death of Rape Victim’s Father, not to Spare Guilty

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday condemned the custodial death of an alleged rape victim's father and assured strict action and thorough probe into the matter.

Stalin Resumes Walk for Cauvery

Ahead of the hearing in the Cauvery River water dispute case in the Supreme Court, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) working president MK Stalin resumed the 'Cauvery Retrieval Walk'.

29 Killed in Himachal bus Accident, CM Announces Ex-gratia

At least 29 people were killed and several injured on Monday after a bus of Wazir Ram Singh Pathania Memorial school fell into a deep cleft near Nurpur area in Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh.

Chhattisgarh's Chintalnar Village Gets Electricity After 15 Years

A village in Maoist-hit district of Sukma is getting re-electrified after the ultra-left rebels destroyed the power supply infrastructure 15 years ago.

Chhattisgarh’s Chintalnar Village Gets Electricity After 15 Years

A village in Maoist-hit district of Sukma is getting re-electrified after the ultra-left rebels destroyed the power supply infrastructure 15 years ago.

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Bharat Bandh Leader Gopi Parya Shot Dead in UP

Gopi Parya a dalit youth of Shobhapur village in Meerut was shot dead by caste hindus after being labelled as the chief conspirator of violence during the Bharat bandh

Want to Lead a De-stressed Life? Quit Facebook, Says Study

A group of researchers at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia, has found out that quitting Facebook makes the user de-stressed.

SBI to Invest Rs 80 billion in Hydropower Project of Nepal

The State Bank of India (SBI) will be investing a total of Rs 80 billion in the Arun III hydropower project of Nepal, which has 900 megawatts (MW) electricity production capacities.

Shooters bag Gold, Bronze for India at CWG 2018

Indian shooters continued to bring glory to the country as Jitu Rai and Om Prakash Mitharwal won gold and bronze medals respectively here on Monday.

Pardeep's Silver Takes India's Medal Count to 13 at CWG 2018

Indian weightlifters continued their medal rush at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018 as Pardeep Singh won a silver medal in the sport on Monday.

Pardeep’s Silver Takes India’s Medal Count to 13 at CWG 2018

Indian weightlifters continued their medal rush at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018 as Pardeep Singh won a silver medal in the sport on Monday.

Belgian Cyclist Dies After Suffering Heart Attack in Race

A professional Belgian cyclist died on Sunday after suffering a cardiac arrest during Paris-Roubaix race.

Seeking Fourth Term, Hungarian PM Viktor Orban Claims Victory in Polls

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban claimed victory on Sunday in the country's parliamentary election, according to CNN.

Protest Against Animal Cruelty Planned in Hong Kong

Following a string of animal cruelty cases, a Hong Kong-based animal welfare group, AnimalSaver HK, is planning a sit-in protest, calling on people to join the vigil in a public park in Hong Kong's Central District.

North Korea Willing to Discuss Denuclearisation, Says US

The administration of United States President Donald Trump on Sunday said the North Korea has confirmed that it is willing to discuss denuclearisation with them.

Is Queen Elizabeth a Descendant of Prophet Muhammed?

In one of the most bizarre research findings of recent years, a Moroccan newspaper has claimed it has traced the Queen's lineage back to the founder of Islam, Prophet Muhammad.

Trump Infuriated by Chemical Attacks in Syria

Responding to Saturday's chemical attacks in Douma, a rebel-controlled town in Syria's Eastern Ghouta, United States President Donald Trump took to Twitter to vent out his exasperation over the attacks, criticising the Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iran for backing 'Animal Assad'.

China, Singapore Signed MoU to Strengthen Cooperation

Singapore and China signed a fresh Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Sunday, in a bid to intensify co-operation between the two countries in foreign markets along the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

Women Bikers Successfully Complete Nearly 17,000 km Long Journey

Telangana Tourism Department welcomed four women bikers who successfully completed 'Road to Mekong', a 16,992-km long road trip covering six Southeast Asian countries starting from Hyderabad.

President Kovind to Reach Swaziland Today

President Ram Nath Kovind, who is on a three-nation state visit, on Monday will leave for Swaziland from Equatorial Guinea.

Odisha Officials to Visit Disputed Area Near AP Border

In the wake of the reports of intrusion activities by Andhra Pradesh government in Koraput district, the Odisha government will soon be sending a team of officials here to take a stock of the situation.

BJP Releases First List of 72 Candidates for Karnataka Elections

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday released its first list of 72 candidates for the upcoming assembly election in Karnataka.

Journalist who was Shot at Shifted to ICU

Journalist Anuj Chaudhary who was shot at by unidentified men at his house here was shifted to intensive care unit (ICU) on Monday as his condition continues to be critical.

Jet Airways Investigating Parking Incident

The Jet Airways on Sunday said they are investigating the incident that took place at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport, wherein its aircraft hit a food truck.

Indian Embassy Will Soon Come up in Equatorial Guinea Says President Kovind

President Ram Nath Kovind announced that soon India will open its embassy in Equatorial Guinea to strengthen the diplomatic ties between the two countries.

70-year-old man Killed by Nephew

A 70-year-old man died and his wife was critically injured after his nephew attacked them with an axe here on Sunday.

The Bloody Easter Sunday of 2018 in Kashmir

On April 1, 2018, on Easter Sunday, Kashmir Valley erupted into one of the worst violence in its recent history. Indian security forces killed 17 people including civilians and wounded about 70 on a fateful day, the largest one-day death toll of in recent years. Over the week, the toll of the wounded has climbed to 200 civilians.