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9 Killed As Bus Carrying Pilgrims Overturns Near Udaipur

The accident occurred near Nehla village, around 10 km from Rajasthan’s lake city Udaipur. JAIPUR:  Nine people, including six women, were killed and 22 injured when a bus carrying pilgrims from Gujarat overturned near Udaipur today, police said. The accident occurred near Nehla village, around 10 km from Rajasthan’s lake city Udaipur, when the driver of … Continue reading 9 Killed As Bus Carrying Pilgrims Overturns Near Udaipur

Nitish Kumar’s Packed Sked In Delhi, Dinner With PM, Meeting With RG

Nitish Kumar, who will attend PM Narendra Modi’s dinner as the president of his party Janata Dal (United), had earlier confirmed that he will attend President-elect Ram Nath Kovind’s oath ceremony on Tuesday in a separate trip to the capital and will also pack in a long overdue meeting with Rahul Gandhi. Bihar Chief Minister … Continue reading Nitish Kumar’s Packed Sked In Delhi, Dinner With PM, Meeting With RG

8 Policemen Injured In Scuffle With Armymen In Kashmir’s Ganderbal District

The scuffle allegedly broke out after a team of Armymen in civilian clothes, returning from the Amarnath Yatra last night, was stopped at a barricade in Gund by policemen. Eight policemen including an Assistant Sub Inspector were injured after dozens of Armymen barged into a police station in Jammu and Kashmir’s Ganderbal district and beat … Continue reading 8 Policemen Injured In Scuffle With Armymen In Kashmir’s Ganderbal District

The world’s Second-Largest Standing Army is Woefully Short on Ammunition

Even after CAG Report (2015) The world’s second-largest standing army is woefully short on ammunition. Sources have confirmed to NNI that supplies of critical ammo for tanks and artillery guns will start flowing in from early next month. The Army by the end of next year will likely come close to meeting its requirement for 40 … Continue reading The world’s Second-Largest Standing Army is Woefully Short on Ammunition

‘Convert To Islam Within 6 Months,’ Malayalam Author Receives Death Threat

The 60-year-old writer, who got an anonymous letter six days ago, had written an article in a regional daily appealing to Hindu and Muslim fundamentalists to stop fighting each other in the name of religion KERALA:  Renowned Malayalam author KP Ramanunni from Kerala’s Kozhikode has received a death threat and a warning that his right arm … Continue reading ‘Convert To Islam Within 6 Months,’ Malayalam Author Receives Death Threat

Gujarat Leader Shankersinh Vaghela Quits Congress, Says Not Joining BJP

Shankarsinh Vaghela crossed over from the BJP two decades ago and is a political heavyweight from north Gujarat who can, on his own, make a difference in at least a dozen assembly seats there. GANDHINAGAR: Gujarat politician Shankersinh Vaghela, announced today that he has resigned from the Congress, serving new worry for the party just … Continue reading Gujarat Leader Shankersinh Vaghela Quits Congress, Says Not Joining BJP

Nagaland Chief Minister TR Zeliang proves majority, wins trust vote with support of 47 MLAs

                    Nagaland: The new Nagaland Chief Minister TR Zeliang on Friday proved his majority and won the trust vote with the support of 47 MLAs out of the 59, two days after the CM Shurhozelie Leizietsu failed to turn up for the floor test at the state assembly … Continue reading Nagaland Chief Minister TR Zeliang proves majority, wins trust vote with support of 47 MLAs

Telangana teachers wear helmets in classroom to protest dilapidated school

Teachers from Shankarapeta government high school in SangaReddy district of Telangana have been protesting against dilapidated condition of their school by wearing helmets inside classrooms while teaching. The ceiling of the school has been leaking ever since the monsoon began and patches have been peeling off, leaving 600 odd students and their teachers in the … Continue reading Telangana teachers wear helmets in classroom to protest dilapidated school

For Darjeeling agitation, Centre says Mamata has ‘set the quiet hills on fire’

New Delhi: The Central government recently blamed West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for the recent unrest that has engulfed the hilly district, adding that she has “set the quiet hills on fire”. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar told the Lok Sabha that tripartite talks involving the Centre, the state and the Gorkhaland Territorial Administration … Continue reading For Darjeeling agitation, Centre says Mamata has ‘set the quiet hills on fire’

In high profile hacking, Rs 70 lakh siphoned from Ludhiana businessman

                      Ludhiana: In what seems to be another case of high-profile hacking, a Ludhiana-based businessman’s bank account was allegedly hacked and an amount of Rs 70 lakh was siphoned from it, said police. The amount was transferred to five different accounts, four in Kolkata and … Continue reading In high profile hacking, Rs 70 lakh siphoned from Ludhiana businessman