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Catalysts of synergy and cooperation: Indian Army returns home from successful conclusion of Al Nagah III

Al Nagah 2019, the third in the series of the bilateral joint exercise between India and Oman, was successfully concluded on March 25...

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Gadkari exudes confidence over NDA win

Union Surface Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari expressed confidence that the NDA led by the BJP under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi will emerged a confident ruling coalition second term in succession after the Lok Sabha elections...

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Exercise Al Nagah 2019 concludes: 60 Soldiers of Indian Army take part in exercise

The third edition of joint military training exercise between Indian Army and Royal Oman Army, Exercise AL NAGAH 2019 concluded at Jabel AI Akhdar training camp, Oman on 25 March 2019. Closing ceremony witnessed final validation by the observer delegation group of both the nations...

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No place for religion or dynasty! Keralites now want Climate change to be an electoral issue after 2018 floods

Indian elections are largely known for communal interest or dynastical politics. The dynasty and religion/caste are major forces in Indian politics. Rejecting all this, Keralites want Climate Change on Agenda of coming Lok Sabha elections...

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Disastrous! Despite controversies, Jerky Jibes fame Sam Pitroda to lead Congress Campaign Monitoring Team

There is a famous proverb that tells us that, once on the road of downfall there is no comeback. India’s oldest party is also on this road of downfall. Yes! You guess correctly! Despite recent controversy, Congress chose Sam Pitroda as Head of Campaign monitoring team...

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Four Naxals killed in an encounter in Chhattisgarh

In Chhattisgarh, four Naxals were gunned down in an encounter with security forces in Sukma district today. Deputy Inspector General (anti-Naxal operations) Sundarraj P said the encounter took place around 6 in the morning in a forest in the Chintalnar police station area. He said, an elite unit of the CRPF was cordoning off the forest area near Karkanguda village, when a group of Naxals started firing on them, leading to a gun-battle...

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Dreaded Naxalite ideologue Prof Saibaba denied bail

Dreaed Naxalite ideologue Prof G N Saibaba has been denied bail on health grounds as the Nagpur Bench of Bombay High Court has rejected his bail application Monday on reasons of his involvement in waging war against the state. ..

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Sushma Swaraj reminds Imran Khan about ‘Naya Pakistan’, asks to return abducted Hindu girls to their family

In the quest to give justice to the teenage girls abducted in the Sindh province, Pakistan, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj made a stern call asking Pakistan to return the two minor Hindu girls to their family. The two Hindu girls were abducted, then forcefully converted to Islam and married off on the eve of Holi. ..

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People of Rajasthan want answers! Rajavardhan Rathore slams Rajasthan Govt over electoral promises ahead of Rahul Gandhi’s visit

The political temperature is rising as the elections are coming near. Everyone is criticizing and asking questions about political failures. Union Minister Rajavardhan Rathore criticized Rahul Gandhi ahead of his one day visit to Rajasthan...

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Understanding economic comprehensions, dynamic solutions, power to escalate mass living standard..!

“Outlining some of the major challenges faced by healthcare sector such as the epidemiological transition being witnessed by India from communicable to non-communicable diseases, unequal access to healthcare and rising costs, a lot more needs to be done to ensure health security to our vast population”, said Vice President M Venkhaiah Naidu while addressing at Loni, Maharashtra. ..

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‘Abhedya’ creates a shield to Indian Navy, as it provides training for nuclear, biological and chemical protection

Advance technology in every field is a challenge. Digitization, Artificial intelligence is the technical giants which miraculously creates helping hand in all sectors. On the other hand, it can also create threats from enemies. In future, we have to be ready for every technology as it is a need to stand for the test of time...

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Health for all and all for health..! 'Only a healthy nation cab be a wealthy nation', claims Naidu

“Outlining some of the major challenges faced by healthcare sector such as the epidemiological transition being witnessed by India from communicable to non-communicable diseases, unequal access to healthcare and rising costs, a lot more needs to be done to ensure health security to our vast population”, said Vice President M Venkhaiah Naidu while addressing at Loni, Maharashtra...

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Rahul Gandhi’s poll promise claims are bluff announcement: Arun Jaitley

20% poor families already getting the benefits from Prime Minister's schemes, said Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley while criticizing Congress President Rahul Gandhi's promise of a ‘historic’ minimum income guarantee scheme to India's poor...

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Employment on roll..! CSO moves up revealing the total of jobs generated based on EPFO subscribers

With the 17th General Elections starting form 11th of April till 19th of May stressing over the unemployment concerns, when the oppositions are continuously claiming that the ruling reigns have failed to give over the jobs to the masses, the Central Statistical Office of the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation have moved up bringing out the employment related statistics in the formal sector. ..

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Is Rahul Gandhi's ambitious poll promise of minimum income guarantee scheme economically viable?

India's main opposition Congress party will give 72,000 rupees a year to the country's poorest families if it is voted back to power, its president said on Monday. Describing it as a "final assault on poverty", Congress President Rahul Gandhi told reporters in New Delhi that the scheme would benefit 250 million people...

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Priyanka Gandhi engaged in indefensible brawl; see what the BJP guy told that made her dumb

Bharatiya Janata Party’s spokesperson Tajinder Singh Bagga has hit back Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on her remarks on twitter accusing BJP leaders of being 'busy in marketing t-shirts'. Bagga on his twitter has written he earns money in a fair manner, unlike her husband, mother, and brother. On this tweet, Gandhi got trolled by the comments below the tweet which showed the mirror to the corrupt family on Congress throne...

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Youths should tap in numerous opportunities in agriculture, loan waiver and free power are short term relief

Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu urge all the young graduates to tap the innumerous opportunities in agriculture, especially, in the field of agribusiness, agri clinic, and dairy entrepreneurship and become the change agents in making Indian farming a profitable enterprise. The extension officials should be made to spend at least half their time with the farmers...

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Rejecting false media reports, Defence Min shows red eye on maligning government over NFFU

Certain section of media again showed that they are part of falsely flowing baseless media as they are attempting to generate motivated controversy on the NFFU/NFU for Armed Forces while the case is still subjudice in the Apex Court...

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Communalism and Election can’t go hand in hand; LRO knocks ECI doors against Arunachal Pradesh Christian Church

In an environment where people talk about intolerance, the impact will however be very vivid among the voters and it is vital to keep it away from the election perspective. On a similar note, the Legal Rights Observatory has knocked the doors of the Chief Election Commissioner of India by lodging a complaint against "Arunachal Pradesh Christian Revival Church Council" for appealing voters on religious ground in upcoming Lok Sabha elections. ..

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Kolkata police teams up again to protect Mamata coterie? Refuses FIR by Customs on Abhishek Banerjee’s wife

Continuing the political mudslinging to be at peak, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday alleged an FIR filed by the Customs was not accepted by the Police in a case where the Trinamool Congress MP Abhishek Banerjee’s wife has being allegedly detained by the Customs officials for checking at Kolkata’s NSCBI Airport recently. Safeguarding his wife, Abhishekh Banerjee called off these allegations terming it as baseless however sparkling a stand-off between the central agency and the local police. ..

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Uniquely Unique..! Election Tourism to give special packages for foreign tourists wishing to experience Lok Sabha polls

Ahead of the Lok Sabh elections, when every Indian is busy with some or the other electoral task, coming up with a unique concept spreading voters awareness is a huge core up now. With the ECI pledging to leave no voters behind, the tour operators in Gujarat have come up with special packages for foreign tourists wishing to experience various Lok Sabha polls related events in the state during the campaign period...

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Contributing to development of every aspect in society, Paralympic winner Deepa Malik choses to join the suitable party to pitch in politics

While earlier it was filmstars trending for joining politics, this election season, it is the sports personalities trying their hand at it. Weeks ahead of Lok Sabha polls 2019, first Indian woman athlete to win Paralympics medal, Deepa Malik, joined the Bharatiya Janata Party...

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Taking a courtesy call, RBI Governor meets the FM Jaitley ahead of the monetary policy..!

Discussing the current economic situation, ahead of the first bi-monthly monetary policy for 2019-20, RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das on Monday met the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. "It was a courtesy meeting, there is a tradition of RBI Governor meeting the Finance Minister before monetary policy, so it is part of that," Das said after the meeting...

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Doing it Rahul’s style..! BJP’s telescopic view to expose Rahul Gandhi’s upscaling income through press conferences

Naïve and ignorant about almost all the facts, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi tried to divert the attention of people by placing false claims on BJP to make his side safe. Triggering a counter attack, BJP asserted that it will keep a "telescopic view" on Congress president Rahul Gandhi's election affidavit allegedly taking an upswing in his income between 2004 and 2014...

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Once a hero, always a hero: Giving new life, Indian Army rescues infant from 60 feet deep borewell

This incident proves that our Indian Army not only protects our country from the outside enemies but protects and cares for each and every citizen of the nation. Indian Army's Dot on Target Division has displayed exemplary urgency and safely rescued an 18 months old child from a bore well near village Balsamand in Hisar district of Haryana...

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Tug of war in Odisha: To fight with CM Naveen Patnaik BJP fields Pitamber Acharya in Hinjili

The temperature of the country is rising not only because of summer approaches but also the elections are coming close. The strategies and moves are planning in every war room. With a strategic outlook, BJP moved her another pawn, BJP places Pitamber Acharya to compete with CM Naveen Patnaik...

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Cough more than two weeks should be treated properly….create awareness and end Tuberculosis

The World Health Organization, WHO has launched a joint initiative “Find. Treat. All. #EndTB” with the Global Fund and Stop TB Partnership, with the aim of accelerating the TB response and ensuring access to care, in line with WHO’s an overall drive towards Universal Health Coverage...

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The Muslim votes and 2019 general elections

Muslim voters play a decisive role in every elections in India eversince the first general elections held in 1952. It was only in 2014 that a good percentage of Muslim voters turned to the BJP. What will they do in 2019? ..

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SC dismisses plea challenging constitutional validity triple talaq ordinance

Dismissing a plea challenging the constitutional validity of an ordinance which makes the practice of instant 'triple talaq' a punishable offence, Supreme Court on Monday headed by CJI Ranjan Gogoi saiddd that said it will not like to interfere...

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Strategic move in Odisha: BJP fields Odisha’s ex-head of CRPF Prakash Mishra from Cuttack

Elections are a playground where every party strategically plays every move and each and every move reflects in the elections. On Monday, BJP announced the candidature of Odisha’s former director general of police Prakash Mishra from Cuttack parliamentary constituency...

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Always on alert mode, Army washed out disaster in Firozpur

Army officers in Firozpur, Punjab experienced a tense situation when they got news of a mine near the Golden Arrow canteen in the camp. The army sealed the entire path in the funeral. There was a loud explosion while defacing the mine. According to sources, the mine was seen near SBI ATM near Golden Arrow canteen at about 11:30 a.m. on Sunday morning...

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Strong stand against stigma and discrimination, India cut 84% TB deaths in AIDS patients by 2017

On the World TB Day, As per the UNAIDS report, India successfully cut 84% TB deaths in AIDS patients by 2017...

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Finally the sun rises with pride, ‘Chinook’ inducted in IAF boosting national security

Today’s morning was nothing but the essence of pride as Indian Air Force inducted one more shield ‘Chinook’ to its security wings. Chinook took its first breath officially in Indian air by an induction ceremony at the Air Force Station, Chandigarh. The ceremony was attended by the Air Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa, Chief of Air Staff, senior officers from the Indian Air Force and officials from Boeing...

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Shaping for financial inclusion, FinTech Conclave targets fast tracking investments for Millennial India..!

Presenting the consolidating sector specific findings of the various breakout panels on themes such as Digital Onboarding, Building Financial Products for Millennial India, Emerging Areas of FinTech, Fast Tracking Investments in FinTech Industry and Financial Inclusion of MSMEs, NITI Aayog organised a FinTech Conclave at the national capital. ..

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Digging out at the oppositions, CM Fadnavis expresses his grief over questioning genuineness of the cross-border strike

“Only two types of people are questioning the surgical strikes. One of them is Pakistan and the other one is Congress and its allies. After the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack, there was only condemnation. But after the terror attack in Uri (in 2017), our government carried out a surgical strike”, said Devendra Fadnavis in the first campaign rally of the BJP-led NDA for the Lok Sabha elections in Maharashtra. ..

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Strong Triangular contest in Kerala?: CPM state Secretary cited BJP might make things tough for UDF and LDF

Indian Elections are always a hot topic, it is a time of so many speculations and anticipations. Now 2019 General Elections are around the corner. BJP Party came in power in 2014 and after that, the regional growth of Party is rapidly increasing. The regional influence of BJP is reflecting in the regional politics of different states...

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Andhra Pradesh: PM Modi to kick-start poll drive from Kurnool

In a bid to improve the strike rate of BJP in upcoming Lok Sabha and state assembly polls of Andhra Pradesh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to address two rallies in the coastal state...

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#VoteKar: Let’s unite as maximum Indians exercise their franchise as a voter

Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged every Indian, ‘ If you are undertaking any innovative voter awareness campaign, do share details using #VoteKar. Together, we will ensure maximum Indians exercise their franchise...

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First bell of filing of nominations for the first phase of Lok Sabha elections

91 constituencies spread over 20 states and union territories will go to polls in the first phase on the 11th of April. Filing of nominations for the first phase of Lok Sabha elections will end today. Elections will be held for all 25 Lok Sabha seats in Andhra Pradesh, and 17 in Telangana in the first phase...

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Vice Admiral Karambir Singh will take over as Next Chief of Naval Staff

Vice Admiral Karambir Singh, presently Flag Officer Commander-in-Chief (FOC-in-C) Eastern Naval Command will be the next Chief of the Naval Staff with effect from the afternoon of May 31 as the present Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Sunil Lanba retires on the same day...

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People to people exchange mechanism may boost relations with India, says Chinese Consulate General

“Initiating a people to people exchange mechanism will help in strengthening bilateral relations between India and China”, said Chinese Consulate General, Kol Zha Liyou on Saturday while addressing an event focused on India-China bilateral relationship...

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Alloting portfolios to cabinet colleagues, Goa CM Sawant heads the state schedules..!

Three days after taking charge on Friday, newly elected Goa CM Pramod Sawant retained home, finance and all other portfolios held by his predecessor Manohar Parrikar as he allotted departments to his Cabinet colleagues...

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Noble idea, noble cause! IAS officer from Sikkim transforms lives of 7500 by adopting five villages

Coming forward with a noble idea, this IAS officer in Sikkim has transformed lives of South Sikkim’s Rongbul village. By adopting almost five villages under the Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana which was launched a way to encourage rural development in a broad manner, IAS officer Raj Yadav transformed lives of around 2000 people. ..

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Close aide of Zakir Naik arrested by ED in connection with money laundering case

As the quest to rule out traitors of the country gets strong, in a latest development, the Enforcement Directorate on Friday arrested an aide of controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik from Mumbai in connection with a money laundering case against him and others...

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Succeeding Admiral Sunil Lanba, new helmsman Vice Admiral Karambir Singh to sail the Indian Navy

Vice Admiral Karambir Singh was appointed as the next Chief of Naval Staff, succeeding Admiral Sunil Lanba who retires on May 30, the Defence Ministry said Saturday...

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NIA takes over reins of suspected JMB operative Najir Sheikh case allegedly involved in terror attacks from Tripura cops

Arresting Najir Sheikh after receiving intelligence inputs and conducting a number of search operations, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Friday took over from the Tripura Police an investigation related to a case suspected involving Najir Sheikh, allegedly a member of proscribed terrorist organization Jamaat-ul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB)...

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Another step towards commitment to sustainable energy, IIT Madras set up the country’s first Solar-powered desalination plant

India is one of the most active countries which are committed to sustainable energy. IIT-Madras is contributing to more usage of sustainable energy. In this quest, a team of IIT-Madras has set up India’s first solar-powered desalination plant in Tamil Nadu...

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India's trade deficit narrows; exports up by 2.44%, imports decline by 5.4%

Releasing a worth while data today, the Commerce Ministry narrated the India’s blooming economic position as the trade deficit for the month of February this year have narrowed to 9.6 billion dollars...

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BJP releases a new list of 36 candidates from four States

The Central Election Committee of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Saturday released its second lists of candidates with 1 and 36 candidates, respectively, for the ensuing Lok Sabha elections 2019. This meeting headed by BJP President Amit Shah...

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#CongressInsultsIndia?: Amit Shah attacks Congress, demands apology to nation on Sam Pitroda’s statement

“Congress president should explain it to the nation-do you consider Pulwama attack a routine incident?” said Amit Shah while slamming Congress on the recent statement by Sam Pitroda...

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Dices of Vijay Mallya go wrong, Delhi court orders attachment of his properties

First Nirav Modi and now the dices of fugitive Vijay Mallya go wrong as Delhi court has ordered the attachment of his properties in Bengaluru in a case relating to FERA violations. Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Deepak Sherawat issued fresh directions after the Bengaluru Police, through Enforcement Directorate sought more time to execute its earlier order in this regard...

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A new boost to urban transport system as Metro network expands

The Ministry of housing and urban affairs has turned its attention to improving last-mile connectivity, one of the objectives articulated in the 2017 national metro policy. According to the Urban Ministry, over 326 km of metro lines have been made operational in the last five years and 373 km are in the pipeline...

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Woman as CM for two terms, still Rajasthan has a dismal track record on women candidates

ajasthan is a state of valor and bravery. The participation of women in social events in Rajasthan is unfortunately low due to the value system and other social beliefs. This less representation of woman in the social spectrum is directly reflected in the political life of Rajasthan...

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Breakup kar liya! After 21 years of split, Mamata Banerjee drops off ‘Congress’ from TMC's official logo

On an interesting note, twenty-one years after officially separating from the Congress, Mamata Banerjee-led TMC has removed the grand old party's name from its logo. The new logo has Trinamool written in green with twin flowers and blue background. It has been in use for a week now...

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Targeting disinvestment abide, India crosses the budget mark by Rs 5,000 crores..!

Liquidating the financial assets and the subsidiaries in India, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said the government has achieved disinvestment of Rs 85,000 crore in the current fiscal, which is Rs 5,000 crore more than the set target for 2018-19, belying widespread expectations of a shortfall...

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Now ‘chowkidars’, earlier were ‘freedom fighters’..! Honoring triad's valor on this ‘Shaheed Diwas’..!

With everyone turning into a ‘chowkidar’ to protect our country these days, let’s take a moment to remember those ‘chowkidars’ without whom we would never have been able to be the ‘chowkidars’ of this free nation...

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Adding strength to India’s security from March 25, this new bird ‘Chinook’ won’t spare any enemy in Indian Skies; have a look

Last month, Indian Air Force welcomed the first of the 15 Chinook heavy-lift helicopters before its schedule, ordered to Boeing, the maker of Chinooks. Now the helicopter is ready to be a new bird in Indian Sky as AirForce will be inducting the first unit of Chinook on March 25 at Chandigarh...

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Reaching out to friends from far-flung lands, India to hold bilateral business forums with Croatia, Bolivia, and Chile

India is spreading rapidly spreading her wings in the international sphere as a powerful country. India’s “Bruhat Sampark Yojna” for Foreign relations is one of the most successful policies in recent years. Under this policy, India already connected with 189 countries. Further this contact, President Kovind will embark official visit to Croatia, Bolivia, and Chile from March 25...

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Pakistan based Falah-e-Insaniyat on NIAs radar: charge sheet filed, see why

National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed a new charge sheet against Pakistan-based Falah-e-Insaniyat (FIF). Chargesheet has been filed in India for causing many terrorist incidents. The FIF is a front organization of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT). It is accused of creating a sleeper cell in Delhi and Haryana. The charge sheet filed against FIF was also named after the name of the founder of LET, Hafiz Saeed...

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BJP Uttarakhand gearing up for LS elections: Launches two new faces for Pauri and Nainital seats

Uttarakhand’s Bharatiya Janata Party unit gearing up for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections with its two new faces as candidates Tirath Singh Rawat and Ajay Bhatt for the Pauri and Nainital seats of Uttarakhand, respectively. For the other three seats, Almora, Haridwar and Tehri the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is banking on its sitting MPs Ajay Tamta, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank and Maharani Malarajya Lakshmi Shah...

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Authorizing the designation..! Pinaki Chandra Ghose swears as India's first Lokpal..!

Taking an oath as the country’s first Lokpal, Pinaki Chandra Ghose, the Former Supreme Court judge on Saturday pledged to serve the anti-corruption ombudsman, representing the public interest of the Indian Republic...

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Save Democracy from Neo Political Dynasties

“…Republics are created by the virtue, public spirit, and intelligence of the citizens. They fall, when the wise are banished from the public councils, because they dare to be honest, and the profligate are rewarded, because they flatter the people, in order to betray them.”..

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Presenting the grammar of Science, ISI submits report on sample size of VVPAT abide the elections..!

Presenting the report on the sample size of Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) slip counting to the CEC Sunil Arora and Election Commissioner Ashok Lavasa and Sushil Chandra, the Indian Statistical Institute recalled the varying demands for enhanced percentage of VVPAT slip count during elections in the country...

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For the first time, Indian Air Force to showcase Tejas fighter jet in Malaysian air during #LIMA2019

For the first time, Indian Air Force is going to participate in the Langkawi International Maritime Aero Expo (LIMA-2019) which is planned in Langkawi, Malaysia from March 26 to March 30...

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Following orders of Delhi Court, Pulwama mastermind’s close aide Sajjad Khan to be under NIA custody till March 29

Arresting the close aide of Pulwama Terror Attack mastermind, the Delhi court today sent the alleged Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorist Sajjad Khan to the custody of National Investigation Agency (NIA) till March 29. The NIA had sought his custody for 10 days from the additional session judge. ..

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India assures its commitment to expeditious extradition of Nirav Modi

India today welcomed United Kingdom’s action and also said that India is committed to expeditious extradition of fugitive diamantaire Nirav Modi, said Raveesh Kumar, the spokesperson the Ministry of External Affairs today...

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Mehul Choksi moves PLEA in PMLA Court: Submits detailed medical history to evade extradition

Diamantaire Mehul Choksi, one of the accused in the Rs 13 000-crore Punjab National Bank scam, has moved a fresh application and additional submissions before the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) court in Mumbai...

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PUBG Mobile Ban: India could get six hour play time restriction to curb addiction

There has been an outrage against the highly popular mobile game PUBG, especially in India. We have heard about gruesome cases where teenagers and alike are lying, cheating, stealing and even taking their own lives, just to play PUBG Mobile. Multiple concerns have been raised by state ministers, child welfare associations and various authorities as they want the game to be banned...

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Slamming Pakistan for politicising Samjhauta Express blast verdict, India demands credible and irreversible action on terrorism

Despite India pitching on to justice, Pakistan has given no cooperation and help when its neighbouring country give justice during the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks or the recent Pulwama Terror Attack. With this, India on Friday rejected Pakistan's attempt to politicise the verdict in the Samjhauta Express blast case. ..

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New drama by DMK, asks EC to ban Modi Biopic

Elections are around the corner. The heat in the political atmosphere is rising every day. Wagering against the biopic of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the DMK has written to the Election Commission and asked for a stay on the movie, set to be released on April 12...

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Never spend a drop of water before you save it…..!! New winter tourism attractions in Ladakh

A mindblowing example of water conservation in the Himalayan region, which saves wastewater and utilised in adverse condition. on the World Water Day, let's review the efforts to flourish the area. Ladakh is a trans-Himalayan mountain desert in the extreme north of India with villages located at 2,700m to 4,000m altitudes. It is a cold desert with winter temperatures touching -30° C, and an average annual rain/snowfall of only 100 mm...

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Friday for Fitch ratings..! Indian economic growth estimates reduced to 6.8% for FY 20

Reducing over the India’s economic forecast, the Fitch ratings on Friday estimated the growth forecast at 6.8 per cent from the previous that of 7 per cent, on weaker than expected momentum in the economy for the financial year starting from 1st of April...

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Nirav Modi to be handcuffed till March 29 in UK

A UK court has remanded the fugitive jeweller Nirav Modi, in custody till March 29, saying there are substantial grounds to believe that he would fail to surrender if granted bail. Nirav was arrested in Holborn on Wednesday. He is the main accused in the 13,500 crore rupees Punjab National Bank scam case...

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Following the footsteps ahead..! After Cricket, now politics will act as a catalyst for Gambhir, serving nations..!

Just days before the national election, former International Cricketer and recent Padma Shri awardee Gautam Gambhir has joined Bhartiya Janata Party today...

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Sparing no one, Delhi Police detains JeM operative Sajjad Khan, a close aide to Pulwama mastermind

After more than a month to the Pulwama terror attack by Jaish-e-Mohammad which killed 40 CRPF jawans in Jammu and Kashmir, the special cell of the Delhi police arrested JeM operative Sajjad Khan from the capital’s Red Fort area late on Thursday night...

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And the twitter war kicks off slamming Pitroda over questioning the Indian reigns..!

“Sam Pitroda believes what we did was wrong. No country in the world said this, not even the OIC(Organisation of Islamic Cooperation) said this, only Pakistan was of this view. Unfortunate such people are ideologues of a political party”, slammed Arun Jaitley referring to the controversy raised by Sam Pitroda, Indian Overseas Congress Chief on Pulwama Attack...

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Villagers unite together for ‘their’ land compensation being used for Kartarpur corridor

Some 600 villagers who are facing eviction due to the Kartarpur corridor project, say they will block the development work if denied compensation of their land on commercial rates as Pakistan and India discuss the alignment of Kartarpur corridor...

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Rise of Indian leadership in climate policymaking, 7 Indians gets a spot in ‘Climate 100’

India’s fundamental principle is of ‘coexistence’. The exploitation of nature is against Indian philosophy. So, the preservation of nature is something that is intrinsically part of our ethos. Echoing this philosophy through their work, Seven Indian environment leaders make their own position in ‘Apolitical’ list of “Climate 100: The world’s most influential people in Climate Change’...

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Election Commission seems ready for techno-savvy next generation

The number of people in India who have access to the Internet and social media has also grown significantly since the last elections, in 2014, and similarly, this time a lot of political parties are 'fighting the battle' on platforms like Twitter itself...

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Reaching the Economic Heights..! India among fastest growing large economies in the world, says IMF

“India has carried out several key reforms in the last five years and more reforms are needed going forward to sustain the high growth, including to harness the demographic dividend opportunity”, said IMF communications director Gerry Rice on Friday lauding India as one of the fastest growing economies in the world...

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BJP announces it's first list of candidates for the festival of democracy

The Central Election Committee of Bhartiya Janata Party has released the first list of its 184 candidates. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will contest Lok Sabha elections from Varanasi again, while BJP President Amit Shah will fight from Gandhinagar in Gujarat...

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Further attrition of Jet Airways' flights likely in coming weeks: DGCA

Directorate General of Civil Aviation, DGCA today said, 41 Jet Airways flights are currently available for operation and there may be further attrition of flights in coming weeks. DGCA spokesperson said it reviewed the performance of Jet Airways on operational, airworthiness and passenger facilitation today...

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Quickest way to get information! CBSE launches app “Shiksha Vani”

In this digital world, education is in the transformation. Taking another digital initiative, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) launched its podcast app, 'Shiksha Vani'...

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Knitting together military ties, India and Sri Lanka looks forward for an exciting Mitra Shakti exercise

Rigorously working towards forming a strong military exercise, India and Sri Lanka is all set to conduct Mitra Shakti exercise as part of military diplomacy and interaction between armies. The aim of the exercise is to build and promote close relations between armies and to enhance ability of joint exercise commander to take military contingents of both nations under command...

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Strong reigns and a strong economy..! India faces positive GDP growth marking financial stability..!

Narendra Modi have always been a box of surprises to all.. some see him a complex personality while others see him as a deity..! However, his work, dedication towards the nation and the aspirations he holds for country’s development are worth lauding. Flourishing the economic sector aligned in India, the Modi government has jumped up achieving the label of the fastest growing in the world...

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Do not illegally play games on match, before the game is up….!

Illegal betting and hawala business is a huge racket in the cricket field, these betting persons use social media and the latest technology to win such races. The Income Tax (I-T) Department on Wednesday conducted searches in Delhi's Punjabi Bagh area and busted a racket of cricket betting and hawala operations and seized jewellery worth Rs. 1.8 crore, undisclosed cash Rs. 95 lakh and foreign currencies worth Rs. 14 lakh...

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Inspiring New India in all ways! EC ropes in transgender Bishesh Huirem as ‘State Icon’ for elections in Manipur

With Lok Sabha elections nearing, the Election Commission (EC) in Manipur has roped in transgender model and actress from Manipur Bishesh Huirem as “State Icon” to inspire voters in Manipur to participate in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls. ..

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Increasing challenges to BJD in Odisha; Many senior BJD leaders quit party in the last few days

With Naveen Patnaik leadership, BJD, a regional party from Odisha won 4 successive assembly elections since 2000 with the rise in seats every time. But for first time BJD has some major challenges as at least dozen of senior leaders abandon the party in the last few days...

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Municipalities must corroborate; NITI Aayog blames them for filthiness in the surroundings..!

“Municipalities are simply not doing their jobs. Municipalities have entered the business of construction and others when their primary job was to ensure that areas in their jurisdictions were clean”, said NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant blaming them for the abysmal state of waste management in the country at a conference on circular economy and waste management organised by non-profits Chintan and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and University of Chicago-India at the national capital...

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Priyanka’s Ganga Yatra: A pathetic attempt to rid anti-Hindu image of Congress

The oldest party of India is worried these days. Not only because of erosion in its traditional Muslim vote bank but because of the serious erosion of Hindu votes it suffered on account of its pro-Muslim image in the public domain. Numerous attempts were made by the party leaders to correct that anti-Hindu image in the recent past...

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Following EC’s model code of conduct, Railways stops sale of tickets with govt advertisements

Following the Election Commission’s model code of conduct, the Indian Railways asked its different zones not to sell tickets displaying advertisements of government achievements and the photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a day after West Bengal’s ruling Trinamool Congress party complained to the Election Commission over what it said was a violation of the model code of conduct...

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On a #NationFirst take, Defence approves to induct 10 lakh 'Made in India' hand grenades for Army

Keeping nation at top priority, national security to be the core interest, the security forces have given their all for the country. Equipping the armed forces to the best, the Army will soon get close to 10 lakh 'Made in India' hand grenades to further add to its offensive capabilities. The Defence Ministry on Wednesday cleared a project for the acquisition of these grenades...

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Enhancing tourism trades..! India and Vietnam collaborate flourishing tourism ties abide the year ahead..!

Introducing the exciting Indian cultural, tourism and food experiences, with its beautiful natural landscapes to the local public, an event themed ‘Come to an amazing India 2019’, organised in Vietnam on 20th of March, enhanced tourism promotion and cooperation between the duo. ..

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One more motivational move for divyangajan electors in Punjab….here is how…

The office of the Punjab CEO has called for expression of interest for the development of the application. It has also proposed a video-calling facility for the divyangajans who have speech, hearing-impaired community to interact with the authorities to clarify their queries or file complaints, an official said. ..

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Conveying verdict on Samjhauta express blast, India asks Pakistan for expeditious trial in 26/11 Mumbai terror attack

With the NIA (National Investigation Agency) special court acquitting the convicts in the Samjhauta Express blast, the message was conveyed to Pakistan by Indian High Commisioner Ajay Bisaria. Along with it, Indian High Commisioner Bisaria also asked for expeditious trial in 26/11 Mumbai terror attack in 2008 in which “detailed evidence has been given to Pakistan.”..

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Start-ups, get relaxed of Angel Taxation..! CBDT approves exemption to 120 of the total concerns..!

Following a month after 127 start-ups got registered with Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) having applied for angel tax exemption, 120 of them have been granted exemption from the angel taxes, under the Income Tax Act...

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Announcing verdict, NIA acquits Aseemanand, 4 others accused in Samjhauta train blast

Announcing the much awaited verdict on the India-Pakistan peace train Samjhauta Express train blast in 2007, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) court on Wednesday acquitted Swami Aseemanand and three others in the case that left 68 people, mostly Pakistanis, dead in 2007...

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Smearing colourful happiness and throwing colours of smiles and water of love on the festival of Holi

Holi is a beautiful festival of colours & should be a memorable experience for one & all, even animals. Holi colours cause itching & other health hazards for animals, so one must ensure they're well being. Have a safe and a Happy Holi everyone...

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Out of the election race! BSP chief Mayawati says ‘NO’ to contest Lok Sabha polls

Playing it safe, shutting herself out of the race even before it started, the Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati on Wednesday ruled herself out of the 2019 Lok Sabha race to allow her to focus on getting the largest share of seats for her alliance with the Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh and beyond...

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No more strikes in Assam! Guwahati HC declares bandhs as unconstitutional, asks govt to collect fine from organisers

The Guwahati HC has declared the strikes and road or rail blockades as illegal in Assam and directed the police to lodge FIRs against organisations who call for bandh...

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