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Daily Archives: 28th December 2019

Muslim prayers in Christian Church, Kerala with unique way of protest against CAB-NRC

Kothamangalam:In Kerala, akin to its secular culture, a Christian Church has offered space for Muslims to offer prayers. Muslims were participating in the Secular...

Priyanka administers ‘Save Constitution’ oath to party workers

She is the first from the Nehru-Gandhi family to hoist the party flag at the UP Congress headquarters.

From Balakot to Rafale, CDS, eventful 2019 for defence

In a landmark decision this year, the government created the post of Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) in the rank of a four-star General.

J&K includes Accession Day holiday, axes Martyr’s Day, Sheikh Abdullah anniversary

As per the notification, 24 public holidays will be observed in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir next year. The prominent changes are that two public holidays Martyrs' Day observed on July 13 and the birth anniversary of former Chief Minister Sheikh Abdullah on December 5.

Super ODI Series intended to have high class tourney: Ganguly

"It's a proposal. Let's see where it goes. The reason behind it is only to have a good, competitive tournament," Ganguly told Hindustan Times.

WhatsApp to add ‘Disappearing Messages’ feature soon

The new feature was expected to be available for both individual chats and group chats, but now the report claims that the feature will be limited to group chats only. The 'Delete Messages' feature for group chats will make it easy for the admins to manage old messages and chats.

Diesel up by 17-18 paise, no change in petrol price

Diesel prices were hiked by 40 paise a liter in just three days, Petrol prices, however, remained unchanged.

Shia cleric meet Yogi demands release of innocents

The cleric lauded the Lucknow police for controlling the situation which arose after the anti-CAA protests and said that action should also be taken against anti-social elements who instigated the violence.

This winter, Delhi witnessed second coldest day since 1901

The Meteorological department said that they have recorded 2.4 Degrees Celsius at Safdarjung, 3.1 Degrees Celsius at Palam and 1.9 Degree Celsius at Aya Nagar on Friday morning.

UK’s 1st-ever red phone kiosk joins cultural hall of fame

The Culture, Media, and Sport (DCMS) on Friday announced that the K2 prototype telephone box in London has been granted a Grade II listing, Xinhua news agency reported.

Drug nexus in Gurugram jail busted, two arrested

The crime branch officials received inputs about illegal trade of narcotics taking place inside district jail and top officials are involved in it.

Japan to send 72 athletes to 3rd Youth Winter Olympics

The Japan Olympic Committee (JOC) Director Hidehito Ito, consists of 117 members, including 72 players (29 men and 43 women), and 45 coaches.

Spotify takes a dig at Facebook, bans political ads

Tech giants are facing scrutiny over political ads from the US regulators. Spotify said it would indefinitely suspend political ads because it can't sufficiently vet them. Twitter, on November 15, officially banned all kinds of political ads from its platform.

Hindus form human chain to escort Muslim ‘baraat’ in UP

The violence and the subsequent curfew had unnerved the Khan family and they decided to postpone the wedding. The groom's neighbor Vimal Chapadiya, after coming to know of the problem decided to help the family.

J&K people have welcomed Union Territory status says Ram Madhav

BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav said that the political activity in Jammu and Kashmir is getting back to normalcy and that only 30 to 32 prominent leaders were under "preventive detention" in the Union Territory.