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London Kashmiri Sikh protest

Indian authorities rattled by Kashmiri and Sikh protest in London

London Kashmiri Sikh protest: Two groups of protestors clashed outside the Indian High Commission as Kashmiris and Sikhs jointly protested against the actions of the Indian government.Sikhs and Kashmiris who traditionally demonstrate on India’s Republic Day outside the Indian High Commission in London to declare their desire for freedom from Indian occupation but for the

Eminem

Eminem on Trump: ‘A f***ing turd would have been better’

Eminem, who has repeatedly criticised US President Donald Trump, has no regrets if he loses half his fan base. “I know that Hillary [Clinton] had her flaws, but you know what? Anything would have been better. A f***ing turd would have been better as a president,” the rapper told Billboard in an interview published recently.“At the end of the day,

Arunachal Pradesh 30 houses gutted fire

Arunachal Pradesh: Over 30 houses gutted in fire

Arunachal Pradesh 30 houses gutted in a fire which broke out in Arunachal Pradesh’s Dirang district on Saturday. Many shops were also gutted in fire.Over 100 civilians were rescued by the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) from the blazing fire, which has now been completely doused.According to police officials, properties worth lakhs was saved.

Mann ki Baat 40th edition

Mann ki Baat: PM Modi to address nation today

Mann ki Baat 40th edition: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation on Sunday in his monthly radio address Mann Ki Baat programme at 11 am. This will be the 40th edition of the Mann Ki Baat programme, which will be broadcast on All India Radio (AIR), Doordarshan and also on the Narendra Modi mobile application.In his 39th edition of ‘Mann

800 migrants rescued

800 migrants rescued from Mediterranean Sea

Over 800 migrants rescued from the Mediterranean Seaafter multiple agencies launched a joint operation on Saturday, local media reports said. The migrants were spotted sailing in overcrowded five boats, including two rubber dinghies.Seven children were also among the rescued and were taken by helicopter to the nearest hospital, located in Sfax, Tunisia. Two bodies were recovered too, according

Small finance

Small finance, payment banks to expand pension scheme outreach

A total of 11 payment banks and 10 small finance banks were granted license from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to start banking operations in India, in a move to help expand the outreach of Atal Pension Yojana (APY), the government’s pension scheme. Payment banks and small finance banks are a new model of banking conceptualised by

Sore throat

Sore throat, swollen glands linked to thyroid cancer

A sore throat and swollen glands might be symptoms of a cold or fever, but they can also be symptoms of deadly cancer. According to England’s National Health Service (NHS), these symptoms can also be a sign of rare but dangerous thyroid cancer that affects the thyroid gland, a small gland at the base of the neck that produces hormones,

Kerala

Kerala: Students evacuated after gas leaks near school

Kerala: Students from a central school at Kochi’s Willingdon Island were evacuated on Saturday after they complained of suffocation due to an alleged ammonia gas leak. The police said gas allegedly leaked from a tanker lorry.No casualty has been reported in the incident. Police said it was not a major leak, and the situation was soon brought under control.Students were admitted to a

Maharashtra Petrol bomb

Maharashtra: Petrol bomb hurled at cinema hall screening ‘Padmaavat’

Maharashtra petrol bomb was allegedly hurled at a cinema hall, screening ‘Padmaavat‘, in Kalyan city of Thane district on Saturday; however, it failed to explode. According to witnesses, the bomb was hurled at about 9 pm, minutes before the screening of the film ended.Reportedly, the film theatre is located near a gas station and situation could have been worse if

Gangster Vicky Gondar encounter

Gangster Vicky Gondar encounter: CM to Honour AIG and Inspector

Gangster Vicky Gondar encounter: Most wanted gangster of Punjab Vicky Gounder was killed in an encounter at village Sukhchain on the Punjab-Rajasthan border on Friday, January 26, 2018. He was on the run for long. The police team is learnt to have been led by CIA Incharge, Rajpura, Bikram Brar. The encounter took place near village Punjawa in the jurisdiction

Syria British Sikh Muslim

Syria: British Sikh Muslim convert girl jailed for plotting to join ISIS

Syria British Sikh Muslim convert girl jailed for plotting to join ISIS. A British Sikh girl who converted to Islam as a teenager and tried to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State(ISIS) was on Friday sentenced to three and a half years in prison for terrorism offences by a UK court.Sandeep Samra, 18, who claimed she wanted

Honda Grazia breaches

Honda’s Grazia breaches 50 K unit sales mark in less than three months

Honda Grazia breaches: Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. today announced that its 125cc scooter Grazia has surpassed the 50,000 unit sales landmark in a record two-and-a-half months of its launch.In the launch month itself, it was declared among the top ten selling scooters of India. Yadvinder Singh Guleria, Senior Vice President (Sales and Marketing), said, “What sets apart the innovative Grazia from

Suffering IBS symptoms

Suffering IBS symptoms? Vitmain D supplements might help

Suffering IBS symptoms? Vitmain D supplements might help. Taking Vitamin D supplements could reduce the painful Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), suggests a new study. Scientists from the University’s Department of Oncology and Metabolism reviewed and integrated all available research on vitamin D and IBS. The study showed a high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in IBS patients – regardless of their

Rail Yatri Guide

‘Rail Yatri Guide’ kiosk launched at New Delhi station

The Chairman of Railway Board, Ashwani Lohani, on Friday launched ‘Rail Yatri Guide’ kiosk at New Delhi railway station.The Delhi Division has developed the touch screen kiosk as a single point enquiry station for answering all the queries of passengers including guidance and navigation for accessing various facilities available at the station, read an official note. The system comprises touch screen kiosks with

Johannesburg test

Johannesburg Test will resume as scheduled on Saturday

Despite pitch fears, the third and final Test between South Africa and India will resume on Saturday. “The on-field umpires, in consultation with the match referee, and after speaking with both the captains and groundsmen, have decided that the Johannesburg Test will resume on time on Saturday,” said International Cricket Council in a statement.The third

National Legion issues policy reminder

National Legion issues policy reminder after Sikh man told to remove turban

National Legion issues policy reminder after Sikh man told to remove turban. The Sikh man who was told by staff at the Royal Canadian Legion in Tignish to remove his turban last week says he’s pleased with how the Legion has responded to the incident.The president of the Tignish Legion, Stephen Gallant, has publicly apologized to

Metro services

Metro services to remain curtailed on R Day

In view of the security for Republic Day, the Delhi Metro services has decided to curtail metro train services on January 26 and 29 in selected metro stations in the city. The services of Delhi Metro will be partially curtailed on January 26, as part of the security arrangements for the Republic Day celebrations as per the instructions of Delhi Police, read an official note.All

ONGC borrows

ONGC borrows Rs. 4,000 crore from ICICI Bank

ONGC borrows around Rs. 4,000 crores from ICICI Bank on Wednesday. The borrowing is part of a tie-up with the three banks- Punjab National Bank (PNB), Bank of India (BOI) and Axis Bank, which took Rs. 18,060 crores for part funding its acquisition cost of Rs. 36,915 crore equity shares of the Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL).The acquisition would also

Google Doodle marks Virgina Woolf

Google Doodle marks Virgina Woolf’s b’day

Google Doodle marks Virgina Woolf’s b’day. Google, with its doodle on Thursday, marked the 136th birth anniversary of English author Virgina Woolf, one of the foremost modernists of the twentieth century and a pioneer in the use of stream of consciousness as a narrative device.“I see children running in the garden.The sound of the sea at night. Almost forty years of life, all

Social media reduces sleep

Social media reduces sleep among children

According to a recent study published in a journal named Acta Paediatrica, the excessive use of social media reduces  sleep hours among children. The research was conducted among the Canadian students aged between 11-20 years which revealed a dose-response relation between the over-use of social media and the shorter sleep duration among the students.There were in total 5242 participants in the study out of which 63.6%

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