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Still in doubt over CAA? Read out how MHA clarifies all myths slating clear picture for India

Still in doubt over CAA? Read out how MHA clarifies all myths slating clear picture for India

Still in doubt over CAA? Read out how MHA clarifies all myths slating clear picture for India

As soon as the Citizenship Amendment Bill became an act, the people hit the streets protesting against the newly formed law. Unaware of the details, half informed or misinformed about the provision incurred in the act, some people have voiced their stand in opposition to the legislation. Handling every negative aspect with patience and perseverance, the Ministry of External Affairs has slated a series of FAQs to clear the blurry and self-mounted doubts of the masses.

A clear view for 'Azadi' CAA Protesters! Here is what actual CAA notes agin ruled misconceptions

A clear view for 'Azadi' CAA Protesters! Here is what actual CAA notes agin ruled misconceptions

A clear view for 'Azadi' CAA Protesters! Here is what actual CAA notes agin ruled misconceptions

No fundamental right is scored out, no Muslims are blanked out and no single element of democracy is put a line through. The bill is for Indians, by Indians and protects the virtue of the all Indians out there! Students need to look at this matter with clear lenses, all in the spirit of Indian democracy!

Busting a planned conspiracy, Delhi Police notes Seelampur violence instigated by illegal Bangladeshi Muslims

Busting a planned conspiracy, Delhi Police notes Seelampur violence instigated by illegal Bangladeshi Muslims

Busting a planned conspiracy, Delhi Police notes Seelampur violence instigated by illegal Bangladeshi Muslims

In an attempt to create a change by embracing the long-lost brothers and sisters of Indian soil, the Citizenship Amendment Act has is framed as something which is against the people, religion, which in reality untrue! Inciting, instigating and misleading wrong information by opposition leaders and parties, the protests on the act is taking an ugly turn. The nation saw another violent protest in New Delhi’s Seelampur, a detailed report by Delhi Police has thrown some light on the real culprit behind the act.

My name is Tanveer, I am Police Officer: Commie Protestor gets a dose of Secularism

My name is Tanveer, I am Police Officer: Commie Protestor gets a dose of Secularism

My name is Tanveer, I am Police Officer: Commie Protestor gets a dose of Secularism

Misguiding people and dragging students into agitations is an old habit of Commies. A video published by a local media in Karnataka shows a vigilant and alert Police Officer.

Hindu Refugees ask Medha Patkar: If not in Hindusthan, Where would Hindu refugees go?

Hindu Refugees ask Medha Patkar: If not in Hindusthan, Where would Hindu refugees go?

Hindu Refugees ask Medha Patkar: If not in Hindusthan, Where would Hindu refugees go?

Hindu refugees in Delhi on 19 December forced activist Medha Patkar to abandon her anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protest in a Delhi locality.

Why the common peace-loving Citizen of India have no issues about CAA; Read this

Why the common peace-loving Citizen of India have no issues about CAA; Read this

Why the common peace-loving Citizen of India have no issues about CAA; Read this

Citizenship Amendment Bill passed in Parliament after a most heated and detailed discussion. The Home Minister repeatedly cleared the air about being the CAB anti-Muslim. But some political entities repeatedly took the false propoganda regarding the CAB

'Won’t roll back law’, Amit Shah stands robust over CAA implementation

'Won’t roll back law’, Amit Shah stands robust over CAA implementation

'Won’t roll back law’, Amit Shah stands robust over CAA implementation

Having a rock firm stand on the Citizenship Act amid boiling protest in various states, Union Home Minister Amit Shah asserted that there was no question of rolling back on its implementation. The Home Minister also accused the oppositions for engaging in false campaign misleading masses over the legislation. Shah expressed confidence about the amended Citizenship Act standing legal scrutiny.

From refusing stay order to issuing notice to Centre for response; Know SC’s stand on CAA

From refusing stay order to issuing notice to Centre for response; Know SC’s stand on CAA

From refusing stay order to issuing notice to Centre for response; Know SC’s stand on CAA

Creating chaos over the Citizenship Amendment Act with people hitting streets protesting and filing petition in the Supreme Court, India is somewhat diverging from understanding the real issues with opposition misleading the masses. While earlier, the apex court directed the petition on Jamia, AMU protest to be handed over to high court, in a latest, the Supreme Court of India decided to examine the constitutional validity of the citizenship amendment act (CAA) on December 18, 2019 but refused to order a st

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Moving progressively, 17 lakh children administered with polio vaccine throughout J&K

Moving progressively, 17 lakh children administered with polio vaccine throughout J&K

India Badal Raha Hai..! Indeed for good and more towards on a progressive path especially for the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir. However, on the first day of the Pulse Polio Immunization Programme, over 17 lakh children in the age bracket of 0-5 years were administered oral polio vaccine throughout Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday.

Boosting IAF capabilities with ‘TigerSharks’, India raises new squadron inducting Sukhoi-30 MKI fighter jet

Boosting IAF capabilities with ‘TigerSharks’, India raises new squadron inducting Sukhoi-30 MKI fighter jet

Boosting the Indian Air Force’s (IAF) capabilities in peninsular India and help keep an eye on the Indian Ocean Region where Chinese footprint is growing at a swift pace, IAF is raising a new squadron of Sukhoi-30 MKI fighter jets at the Thanjavur air force station in Tamil Nadu on Monday. The Sukhois will be equipped with the air version of the BrahMos cruise missile. The No. 222 squadron, nicknamed Tiger Sharks, is being raised with six Su-30 fighter jets and it will have its full complement of 18 warplan

This Pariksha Pe Charcha is #WithoutFilter: Read on to know PM Modi’s tips on exams for bright youth of India

This Pariksha Pe Charcha is #WithoutFilter: Read on to know PM Modi’s tips on exams for bright youth of India

Taking in to the third edition of the much awaited ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’, the Prime Minister today interacted with the students giving them an insight of achieving a bright future by accomplishing their dreams. Interacting at the forum, the Prime Minister primarily wished all students on the New Year and on the new decade. He said, “Those who are in 10th and 12th standard right now will contribute the most in this decade for India.”

Enhancing India’s defence capabilities, India successfully test fires 3,500 km K-4 ballistic missile

Enhancing India’s defence capabilities, India successfully test fires 3,500 km K-4 ballistic missile

Adding to the many achievements enhancing defence capabilities of the nation, India on Sunday successfully test-fired a 3,500-kilometre range nuclear capable missile that can be launched from a submarine. The test of the K-4 ballistic missile, however, took place off the coast of Andhra Pradesh.

ED files charge sheet against Bhushan Power CMD Sanjay Singal and others

ED files charge sheet against Bhushan Power CMD Sanjay Singal and others

Finding sufficient grounds to proceed against the accused persons, under the PMLA, ED has filed a charge sheet against Bhushan Power and Steel Limited Chairman cum Managing Director Sanjay Singal and others under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act.

'We will work as facilitator for stakeholders', FM Sitharaman hubs at achieving target of 5 trillion dollar economy

'We will work as facilitator for stakeholders', FM Sitharaman hubs at achieving target of 5 trillion dollar economy

"The government will act as a facilitator for all stakeholders in achieving the target of five trillion dollar economy", affirmed Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman while addressing the Nani Palkhivala Centenary lecture in Chennai.

Russia to deliver S-400 air defence systems to India by 2025

Russia to deliver S-400 air defence systems to India by 2025

Russia has no doubts about India's approach on Kashmir, which is a strictly bilateral matter between India and Pakistan, Moscow's envoy to New Delhi Nikolay Kudashev said on Friday.

'Pariksha Pe Charcha-2020' to be held at Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi on Jan 20

'Pariksha Pe Charcha-2020' to be held at Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi on Jan 20

Students, teachers and parents across India are eagerly awaiting for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s interaction programme 'Pariksha Pe Charcha-2020'. The event will be held at Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi on the 20th of this month.

NIA to take over probe, books DSP Davinder Singh under UAPA

NIA to take over probe, books DSP Davinder Singh under UAPA

While the country took a step forward on countering terrorism and attaining zero tolerance on terrorism, seldom did they know they were surrounded by a traitor. The Jammu and Kashmir Police (JKP) Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Davinder Singh called for was arrested on the Srinagar-Jammu Highway while ferrying two Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) terrorists to Jammu. Taking action against him, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Saturday took over the probe into this case.

Centre makes Aadhaar mandatory for civilian victims of terror, Naxal and Communal violence

Centre makes Aadhaar mandatory for civilian victims of terror, Naxal and Communal violence

In a latest, the Centre has made Aadhaar mandatory for civilian victims of terror, Naxal and communal violence who want to claim financial assistance. It has been reported that Aadhaar will simplify the procedure of availing benefit of such schemes. Till Aadhaar is assigned, benefit under the scheme shall be given if the beneficiary produces the Aadhaar enrolment identification slip and any other valid government ID.

As EU representatives call on PM Modi, India reiterated its commitment on deepening bilateral relations

As EU representatives call on PM Modi, India reiterated its commitment on deepening bilateral relations

With slew of meeting and summits coming along, the European Union High Representative Josep Borrell Fontelles on Friday called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. PM Modi reiterated India's commitment to deepening engagement with the bloc, particularly in the fields of climate change, and trade and economic relations.

Churning out an initiative, 36 Union Ministers to visit J&K creating awareness on revoking Article 370

Churning out an initiative, 36 Union Ministers to visit J&K creating awareness on revoking Article 370

Scrutinizing the situation prevailing in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, the Central government has churned out an initiative wherein a group of union ministers will visit the erstwhile state starting from January 18. This visit includes sensitive areas in the valley to spread awareness about the positive impact of abrogation of Article 370 provisions and the development measures taken by the government for the region. There will be 51 visits to Jammu and eight to Srinagar.

Moody says Vodafone Idea's ability to compete in Indian market may weaken; Airtel, Jio to gain share; Know how

Moody says Vodafone Idea's ability to compete in Indian market may weaken; Airtel, Jio to gain share; Know how

The Moody's Investor Services on Friday claimed that the Vodafone Idea's ability to compete in the Indian market is likely to weaken and that certainly will provide an opportunity for Bharti Airtel and Reliance Jio to gain market share.

Altering global trade scenario, India curbs on import of palm oil giving major blow to Malaysia’s export

Altering global trade scenario, India curbs on import of palm oil giving major blow to Malaysia’s export

With Malaysia Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad’s criticism of a new citizenship law and New Delhi’s actions in Kashmir, situation between India and Malaysia have strained considerably. With this, India, the world’s biggest importer of edible oils, has curbed inbound shipments of palmolein or palm oil, whose main exporter is Malaysia, a move that can alter global trade in these items and can stoke inflation.

Adding to many achievements, ISRO’s high power communication satellite GSAT-30 successfully launched

Adding to many achievements, ISRO’s high power communication satellite GSAT-30 successfully launched

Adding another feather to the ISRO achievements, India's 'high power' communication satellite GSAT-30 was successfully launched onboard Ariane 5 rocket in the early hours of Friday. The satellite blasted off from the French territory in South America. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said the 'flawless flight' lasted about 38 minutes. With a mission life of 15 years, GSAT-30 is an operational communication satellite for DTH, television uplink and VSAT services.

Holding reins of development, Home Minister Amit Shah signs pact to end crisis of Bru refugees

Holding reins of development, Home Minister Amit Shah signs pact to end crisis of Bru refugees

On one hand when the opposition added fuel to fire when it came to the implementation of Citizenship Amendment Act by stating that the Modi led government is dividing the nation, on the other, Union Home Minister Amit Shah signed the Bru agreement on January 16. The agreement, significant as it will end the 22-year-old Bru refugee crisis, signed when Amit Shah met chief ministers of Mizoram and Tripura, along with representatives of the Bru tribes.

Abiding to the protocol, India to invite Imran Khan to attend the SCO summit

Abiding to the protocol, India to invite Imran Khan to attend the SCO summit

Amid the tension mongering between India and Pakistan, India will be seen inviting Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to attend the annual meeting of the council of heads of government of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO). India is hosting the meeting of the council of heads of government of the SCO for the first time.

Ahmedabad-Mumbai Tejas Express flags off serving passengers with world-class facilities, on-board infotainment and more

Ahmedabad-Mumbai Tejas Express flags off serving passengers with world-class facilities, on-board infotainment and more

Ahmedabad-Mumbai Tejas Express flags off serving passengers with world-class facilities, on-board infotainment and more

'Its no way a favour', Piyush Goyal marks straight over Amazon's Jeff Bezos $1 billion investment to India

'Its no way a favour', Piyush Goyal marks straight over Amazon's Jeff Bezos $1 billion investment to India

"Amazon is not doing a favour to India by investments", said Piyush Goyal on Thursday questioning how the online retailing major could incur such big losses but for its predatory pricing. This is a day after Amazon's Jeff Bezos announced fresh $1 billion investment in India.

Enhancing security of digital transactions, RBI asks issuers to provide facility to switch on, off cards

Enhancing security of digital transactions, RBI asks issuers to provide facility to switch on, off cards

Aimed at enhancing security for digital transactions, the Reserve Bank of India on Friday asked banks and other card-issuing companies to provide facility to customers to switch on and off their debit or credit cards. "At the time of issue or re-issue, all cards, physical and virtual, should be enabled for use only at contact based points of usage ATMs and Point of Sale (PoS) devices within India", said the Central Bank in its statement.

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JAN. 18, 2020

Army Chief has assured that nation remains secure in strong hands of its Armed Forces

The Indian nation celebrates Army Day on January, 15 every year with great fervour. January, 15 has a historical significance; it was on this day, in 1949, that the Indian Army divested itself from British control with General (later Field Marshal) K. M. Cariappa taking over as the first Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army from Sir Francis Butcher.

Army Chief has assured that nation remains secure in strong hands of its Armed Forces
JAN. 16, 2020

When Pt Motilal Nehru compared Tilak with Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj…

Against the background of present controversy over Jai Bhagwan Goyal's book comparing Narendra Modi with Shivaji Mahraj, it is interesting to see how the then Congress President Pt Motilal Nehru had compared Lokmany Tilak with the personality of Shivaji Maharaj.

When Pt Motilal Nehru compared Tilak with Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj…

Forgotten War At Nathu La And Cho La

Story of this forgotten battle sheds light on how shrill Political Messaging can have disastrous consequences on the ground.1960s were a bad time in India-China relations. The brief, brutal War of 1962 was a debacle in which India lost 14,500 square miles of territory, details and history of which are yet not declassified.

Forgotten War At Nathu La And Cho La

J&K: Fast track development is being witnessed; sustainability is the key

Girish Chander Murmu, the Lieutenant Governor of the Union Territory (UT) of Jammu and Kashmir was a surprise pick for this highly sensitive position. In fact, many in the country as well as the state had never heard of him. He is a 1985 batch Gujarat cadre officer of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS) hailing from Odisha and was Principle Secretary to PM Modi when he was Chief Minister of Gujarat. Later, he came to the centre as Expenditure Secretary in the Ministry of Finance. He is known to be a con

J&K: Fast track development is being witnessed; sustainability is the key
JAN. 14, 2020

JNU – a hotbed of evil agendas and propaganda

The JNU has become a hotbed of evil agenda and propaganda. Blatant duplicity, partisanship, arrogance, and terrors are what all have been desecrating the very sacred seat of academia. Does anyone have the courage to unmask this open depravity in academic institutions?

JNU – a hotbed of evil agendas and propaganda

To challenge status quo J&K needs new age, dynamic, baggage-free leadership

The need for a dynamic leadership to chart out the course of new Jammu and Kashmir that is emerging post reorganisation has been spoken of by many academicians and intelligentsia. In fact, one of the objectives of intensive grass root level elections that have been held in the state for the Panchayats, Municipal Corporations and even at the Block level is to throw up a new, young and vibrant leadership.

To challenge status quo J&K needs new age, dynamic, baggage-free leadership