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Daily Archives: 22nd December 2019

Mothers, daughters protest at Jamia gate

The protesters reached Jamia's gate number 7 on Sunday morning before other protesters. Ayesha, a former Jamia student, said she brought her 9-year-old daughter Rehana along with her so that Rihanna could become courageous and be aware of such serious issues.

Google Doodle celebrates shortest day of the year

This year winter begins from December 22 and will last till March 20, 2020, according to Google. It happens twice yearly, once in each hemisphere.

Modi, Shah have destroyed future of nation’s youth says Rahul

"Modi and Shah have destroyed your future. They can't face your anger over the lack of jobs and damage they've done to the economy. That's why they are dividing our beloved & hiding behind the hate. We can only defeat them by responding with love towards every Indian" tweeted Rahul Gandhi.

Modi over CAA at Ramalila Maiden

"Citizenship Act doesn't apply to any Indians - be it Hindu or Muslim. It applies to the refugees from Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Pakistan," said Modi. whose focus largely remained the opposition parties and their alleged flip flops on the Citizenship Amendment Act.

Odisha: Man tied to tree, beaten, urinated upon

Khurda's Superintendent of Police (SP) Ajay Pratap Swain said two men tied Soumya Ranjan Das of Bangida village in Khurda district to a coconut tree and thrashed him mercilessly on December 18.

Twitter abuzz as India take on WI in Cuttack ODI

Cuttack: As India took on West Indies in the third ODI here on Sunday, cricket fans on Twitter tweeted in support of their respective cricketing...

Modi plugs regularisation of colonies at Ramlila rally

He claimed a substantial segment of Delhi had to withstand "political commitments made of lies". He reiterated it was the BJP which brought a "permanent solution".

Modi’s mega rally at Ramlila ground

Apart from Modi, top BJP ministers, all seven Members of Parliament from Delhi and the entire Delhi BJP leadership are likely to be in Ramlila maiden.

Trump says impeachment has increased his popularity

In a speech on Saturday lasting more than an hour during a conservative youth convention in West Palm Beach, Florida, Donald Trump said Democrats have no case against him and were only seeking what he termed an illegal and unconstitutional impeachment.

Macron voices determination to fight IS extremism

"We must remain determined and united to face that threat," Macron said in a news conference

England’s World Cup winner Martin Peters passes away

"He is the fifth member of English football's greatest-ever team now sadly lost along with Alan Ball, Ray Wilson, Gordon Banks, and his fellow West Ham Academy hero and great friend, Bobby Moore," the club said.

Oracle aims to double customer base in India to 2,000 soon

"In India, my prediction is in the next three years, as soon as the awareness increases and people start seeing the value, these numbers can multiply even further. A thousand people in India is no big deal," Arun Khehar, Senior Vice President said.

Gujarat rally to win Big Bout Indian Boxing League

Smart-thinking Ashish Kulheria (69kg) and the redoubtable southpaw Amit (52kg) hauled the Giants back on track.

UP govt starts process to seize property of rioters

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had said, "We will attach their properties because many faces had been identified through the video footage."

Cuba appoints first prime minister since 1976

Marrero, 56, will take on some of the responsibilities that currently fall to the president.

Ace cinematographer Ramachandra Babu passed away

He cranked the camera for over 130 films mostly in Malayalam, although he worked in other South Indian languages, too and has won Kerala State Film Awards.

Internet, Metro to remain suspended in Jaipur on Sunday

All internet services ranging from 2G to 4G shall remain suspended on Sunday. Data mobile internet, bulk SMS-MMS, Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media through internet service providers shall remain suspended. Police commissioner Anand Shrivastav's letter said.