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Daily Archives: 27th May 2018

TDP Discusses Resolution Against Centre’s Negligence

On the first day of Mahanadu event, the annual conclave of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP), seven resolutions were put for discussion and one of them was against the Central government's negligence in regard to Andhra Pradesh's special category status (SCS).

Date for Meeting With Kim has not Changed, Says Trump

US President Donald Trump on Saturday talking about his meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said, "We're looking at June 12th in Singapore. That hasn't changed."

Patanjali Ties up With BSNL, Launches SIM Cards

After becoming India's most trusted Fast Moving Consumer Goods brand, Yoga guru Baba Ramdev's Patanjali on Sunday entered the telecom sector.

US Loses Track of 1500 Immigrant Children

The United States government couldn't account for nearly 1,500 immigrant children in 2018, However, the federal government believes that it is not 'legally responsible'.

Oommen Chandy Appointed as Andhra Congress In-charge

Former Kerala chief minister Oommen Chandy has been appointed as the in-charge of All India Congress Committee (AICC), Andhra Pradesh.

India Summons Pakistan Diplomat Over Gilgit-Baltistan Order

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Sunday summoned Pakistan's Deputy High commissioner Syed Haider Shah and lodged a protest against Pakistan's so-called "Gilgit Baltistan Order 2018".

Adani-run Hospital Debunks Infant Mortality Allegations

Amid media reports suggesting a high death rate of newborns at the G.K. General Hospital in Bhuj, Gujarat, its medical director has rejected this charge, saying hospital authorities are cooperating with a state government-appointed panel in the matter.

US Senator Backs NFL National Anthem Policy Protestors

United States Senator Tammy Duckworth on Saturday expressed her support for protesters in wake of the new National Football League (NFL) National Anthem policy.

Torn About Personal Goals? It can Lead to Depression

Many people are often torn about reaching their personal goals at any given cost.

Nepal, Bangladesh to Discuss Trade Barriers

At the fourth commerce secretary-level trade talks, which is scheduled to commence on May 30, Nepal and Bangladesh are to discuss trade facilitation and elimination of tariff and non-tariff barriers.

19 CRPF Personnel Injured in Accident due to Stone-pelting

19 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were injured on Sunday after the vehicle they were traveling in skidded off the road in Jammu and Kashmir's Srinagar.

Egyptian Court Orders Temporary ban on Youtube

An Egyptian high court has approved a month ban on video-sharing site YouTube on Saturday, over a video that is believed to denigrate the Prophet Mohammad.

3 Dead, 10 Injured in Goregaon’s Commercial Complex Fire

Three persons are declared dead after a fire broke out at Technic Plus One building in Mumbai's Goregaon (west) on Sunday.

5 Taliban Militants Killed in Afghanistan

At least five Taliban insurgents have been killed and three others have been wounded during the operations conducted by the Afghan Special Forces in northern Kunduz province of the war-torn country.

Fuel Prices Continue to Rise for 14th Consecutive day

Driving to work every day is set to burn an even bigger hole in commuters' pockets across the nation as fuel prices were hiked for a 14th straight day on Sunday.

Afghanistan National Security Advisor to Visit Pakistan Today

Afghanistan National Security Advisor Mohammad Hanif Atmar is set to visit Pakistan on Sunday.

Section 144 Lifted in Thoothukudi

Section 144 has been lifted in Thoothukudi district of Tamil Nadu where 13 people were killed during a violent protest against the construction of copper unit by the Sterlite mining industries.

Ireland Votes for Change; Legalises Abortion

Thousands of people in Ireland voted for a change in the Constitution on Friday, in order to legalise abortion in a Catholic-dominated republic.

Regional Parties Will Rule in 2019, Says Chandrababu Naidu

Regional parties together will win the 2019 General Elections said Andhra Pradesh (AP) Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu on Sunday.

Balochs Hold Protest Against Pakistan’s 1998 Nuclear Tests

The Baloch National Movement held a protest demonstration in Germany's Gottingen against five simultaneous underground nuclear tests conducted by the Pakistan Government in Chagai area of Balochistan in 1998.

Retirement age of Doctors Raised in Telangana

The Telangana cabinet on Sunday increased the retirement age of doctors from the current 58 years to 65.