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Daily Archives: 10th April 2018

Kim Positive About Planned Summit With Trump

Breaking his silence on the proposed United States-North Korea summit, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has highlighted the likelihood of a proposed summit with US President Donald Trump.

Hockey India Congratulates Mandeep Singh on Completing 100 International Capsi

Hockey India on Tuesday congratulated forward Mandeep Singh on achieving the milestone of playing 100 international matches for the country.

Microsoft to Drive Skill Development With Azure-powered Solution

Reinforcing its commitment to bridge the widening skill gap, Microsoft is expanding the capabilities of its Project Sangam to emerging markets across India, Middle East, and Africa.

Ambedkar's Statue Rebuilt, Painted in Saffron in Uttar Pradesh

Unlike the usual statues of Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, where he's seen wearing a black or blue coat, the one in Uttar Pradesh's Badaun district is painted in saffron.

Ambedkar’s Statue Rebuilt, Painted in Saffron in Uttar Pradesh

Unlike the usual statues of Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, where he's seen wearing a black or blue coat, the one in Uttar Pradesh's Badaun district is painted in saffron.

Accused BJP MLA’s Brother, Three Others Arrested in Unnao Rape Case

A day after the death of a rape victim's father in police custody, the police on Tuesday arrested accused Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar and three others.

Accused BJP MLA’s Brother, Three Others Arrested in Unnao Rape Case

A day after the death of a rape victim's father in police custody, the police on Tuesday arrested accused Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA Kuldeep Singh Sengar and three others.

Indigo Passenger Offloaded on Grounds After Complaining About Mosquitoes

A passenger of an IndiGo flight, from Lucknow to Bangalore, was deboarded for his unruly behaviour, as per the budget airline.

Gorakhpur's Madrasa Teaches Sanskrit, Among Other Subjects

In a display of communal harmony, students at a Madrasa here are learning Sanskrit in addition to Hindi, English, and Urdu.

Gorakhpur’s Madrasa Teaches Sanskrit, Among Other Subjects

In a display of communal harmony, students at a Madrasa here are learning Sanskrit in addition to Hindi, English, and Urdu.

`BCCI Should Decide on Holding of IPL Matches in Chennai'

Tamil Nadu Fisheries Minister, D. Jayakumar, on Friday stated that it is entirely up to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to decide whether they want to move the Indian Premier League (IPL) matches from Chennai in the wake of the ongoing protest against the Centre's negligence for the formation of Cauvery Management Board (CMB).

`BCCI Should Decide on Holding of IPL Matches in Chennai’

Tamil Nadu Fisheries Minister, D. Jayakumar, on Friday stated that it is entirely up to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to decide whether they want to move the Indian Premier League (IPL) matches from Chennai in the wake of the ongoing protest against the Centre's negligence for the formation of Cauvery Management Board (CMB).

17 Killed After Tempo Hits Barricade on Pune-Satara Highway

At least 17 people were killed when a tempo hit a barricade on Pune-Satara highway near Khandala early on Tuesday.

Be it aam Aadmi or Congress Leaders, Old Delhi a hit Among Foodies

The narrow lanes of Old Delhi narrate a lot of stories through the overwhelming variety of food they offer. The temptation is everywhere and almost impossible to resist. There are so many legendary food stalls serving mouthwatering delights that wandering through the lanes in search of your favourite food becomes like a journey of self-discovery.

Pakistan Violates Ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir's Sunderbani Sector

Two Indian Army jawans were killed after Pakistan violated unprovoked ceasefire, along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Sunderbani sector.

Pakistan Violates Ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir’s Sunderbani Sector

Two Indian Army jawans were killed after Pakistan violated unprovoked ceasefire, along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Sunderbani sector.

Apple Launches Special RED Edition for Iphone 8 and 8 Plus

Apple announced on Sunday the release of a Special RED Edition for the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, with a portion of all proceeds set to directly go to The Global Fund, which is fighting against HIV/AIDS and other deadly diseases.

President Xi Unveils China's Economic Plans at Boao Forum

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday unveiled a host of economic plans and measures for the development of the economy.

President Xi Unveils China’s Economic Plans at Boao Forum

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday unveiled a host of economic plans and measures for the development of the economy.

CPEC Would Enable Connectivity in Asia, Says Abbasi

Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has said that the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would promote the country's growth and enable connectivity in the Asian region.

Sunrisers Hyderabad Defeat Rajasthan Royals by 9 Wickets

In the fourth match of Indian Premier League, Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) comfortably defeated Rajasthan Royals with 9 wickets to spare, here at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium on Monday.

Harmanpreet's Brace Ensures Quarter-final Spot for India in Hockey at CWG 2018

The Indian men's hockey team produced a spirited performance as they edged past lower-ranked Malaysia 2-1 to book their place in the semi-finals of the ongoing 21st Commonwealth Games here on Tuesday.

Harmanpreet’s Brace Ensures Quarter-final Spot for India in Hockey at CWG 2018

The Indian men's hockey team produced a spirited performance as they edged past lower-ranked Malaysia 2-1 to book their place in the semi-finals of the ongoing 21st Commonwealth Games here on Tuesday.

ED Seize Money From Delhi Based Money Changer

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has recovered and seized Rs. 21.85 lakh and foreign currency worth Rs 18.17 lakh during searches conducted at the residential premises of one Heera Singh and his office Guru Forex Pvt. Ltd in Delhi in connection with a money laundering case.

ED Attach Rs 15-cr Worth Assets of Chennai Businessman

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) attached immovable properties worth Rs 15 crore of a businessman, S Rajendran alias Good Luck Rajendran, from Chennai, in a case of illegal remittance of US$ 19.7 million abroad.

West Being Unjustifiably Adversarial Towards us, Says Russian Envoy in UN

Amidst reports of a suspected chemical attack in Syria's Douma, which claimed over 40 civilian lives, United Nations (UN) Security Council held an emergency meeting in connection with the same, on Monday.

Will Meet Kim in May or Early June, Says Trump

United States President Donald Trump on Monday announced that the meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong-un will take place in May or early June and said the summit will be an "exciting thing for the world".

Trump to Decide in Next 24-48 Hours on Action Against Syrian Chemical Attack Suspects

United States President Donald Trump, on Monday, labeled the suspected chemical attack in Syria's Douma as a "barbaric act", stating he will determine in a day or two's time on whether to retaliate with a military action, like he did to a similar attack back in 2017, or not.

Pakistan's Express Tribune Criticised for Deleting Story on Pashtun Long March

In the wake of the Pakistan media's reluctance over covering the Pashtun Long March, the country's English daily, The Express Tribune (ET), was singled out by Twitter users on Monday for deleting a story on the protest after publishing it.

Pakistan’s Express Tribune Criticised for Deleting Story on Pashtun Long March

In the wake of the Pakistan media's reluctance over covering the Pashtun Long March, the country's English daily, The Express Tribune (ET), was singled out by Twitter users on Monday for deleting a story on the protest after publishing it.

Pakistan Army has Mastered art of Non-coup Coup Says Haqqani

Pakistan's former envoy to the United States, Husain Haqqani, on Monday, alleged that the Pakistan Army has mastered the art of "non-coup coup", which essentially means to run things from behind the curtains.

Trump Calls FBI Raids a Political Witch Hunt and a Disgrace

United States President Donald Trump, on Monday, condemned the Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) raids on his long-serving personal lawyer and confidant Michael Cohen's office in New York City, calling it a "political witch hunt" and "an attack on our country".

FBI Conduct Raids on Trump's Lawyer's Office

The office of Michael Cohen, a long-standing personal lawyer, and confidant of United States President Donald Trump was raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Monday.

FBI Conduct Raids on Trump’s Lawyer’s Office

The office of Michael Cohen, a long-standing personal lawyer, and confidant of United States President Donald Trump was raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Monday.

Zuckerberg Meets Lawmakers, Congress Releases his Testimony

Ahead of his hearing in the Senate and House on Tuesday and Wednesday respectively, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Monday met with some lawmakers on Capitol Hill here, according to CBS News.

Section 144 Imposed in Various Parts of Country

Prohibitory orders have been imposed in various parts of the country in view of another Bharat Bandh, which has been called by some groups to protest against caste-based reservation.

Woman set on Fire by Husband Over Family Dispute

A 48-year-old woman was set ablaze by her husband over a family dispute, here on Monday.

EC Extends Last Date for Filing Nominations in West Bengal Panchayat Election

The West Bengal Election Commission extended the last date for filing nominations until Tuesday for panchayat elections.

SC Judges Appointed on Impression, not Performance, Says J Chelameswar

Stressing on the need to bring more transparency in the appointment process of Supreme Court judges, Justice J Chelameswar on Monday said the elevation of the High Court judge to the apex court is done on their impression rather than on their performance.

Protesting Lawyers Shave Their Heads in Bhopal

Demanding implementation of Advocates Protection Act, lawyers here tonsured their heads on Monday.

Happy That Yoga is Becoming Popular in Swaziland, Says President Kovind

President Ram Nath Kovind on Monday expressed happiness over the popularity of yoga in Swaziland and said both the county has the potential to hold a win-win partnership.

Goa Police Bust Prostitution Racket, two Arrested

The Calangute police busted an international prostitution racket here and arrested two pimps.

Delhi Court Lawyers to Hold Strike Against Attack on Brethren

The Co-ordination Committee of All-District Courts Bar Associations of Delhi has called for a complete strike on Tuesday against the brutal attack on a lawyer of Karkardooma Court, the Saket Court Bar Association honorary secretary, Dhir Singh Kasana, has informed.

Criminal With Rs 25k Bounty Held in Uttar Pradesh

A criminal with a bounty of Rs 25,000 on his head has been arrested after he received a bullet injury in an encounter with the police here on Monday.