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Child goes blind after getting slapped by teacher- Daily Post India

Child goes blind after getting slapped by teacher

A teacher of a renowned school allegedly slapped a student so hard that he was blinded. The incident happened at the Sharadan Public School on Meerut Road, where a Class V student was blinded after getting slapped by his teacher. A student suffered from blindness after teacher slapped him forcefully. The family claims that when

FBI says Black identity extremists are a violent threat

The US government has declared “black identity extremists” a violent threat, according to a leaked report from the FBI’s counter-terrorism division. The assessment, obtained by Foreign Policy, has raised fears about federal authorities racially profiling activists and aggressively prosecuting civil rights protesters. “The FBI assesses it is very likely Black Identity Extremist (BIE) perceptions of

Harappa civilisation is home of modern technologies and methods: Researchers

Harappa civilisation is home of modern technologies and methods: Researchers

To learn in deep depth of technologies used by Harappa civilisation, a group of researchers have decided to research the Harappan technologies including water management, stone-beading, crafts production, Indus ceramic technologies, metal and metallurgy, which are still used.   The researchers across the country are ready to revisit 5,000-year-old Harppan sites. Prof D Bala Subramanian,

Saudi royal palace attack: Attacker shot dead, two guards killed

The gunman, who opened fire at the Al-Salam royal palace in the Red Sea city of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, was killed by palace guards. The attacker was identified him as Mansour al-Amri, a 28-year-old Saudi national. According to the security spokesperson for the Saudi Arabia’s Interior Ministry, the attacker opened fire on the western gate of Al-Salam Palace in Jeddah, killing two guard members

Protests across Australia against Adani coal mine project

Protests across Australia against Adani coal mine project

A large number of Australians have come out to protest the India-based group, Adani Enterprises’ proposed coal mine”Carmichael coalmine in Queensland state, which is slated to become the country’s largest coal mine, but had been delayed for years over environmental and financing issues. The members of the Stop Adani Alliance even formed a human sign that spelled out ‘STOP ADANI’ at beaches and other

Punjab STF demands powers to intercept communication of drug traffickers

Punjab STF demands powers to intercept communication of drug traffickers

To tackle the problem of drugs and drug traffickers, Anti-drugs Special Task Force (STF) in Punjab wants the state government to delegate “legal interception of all modes of communication of suspects under the Indian Telegraph Act 1885” to additional director general of police and inspector generals of police posted in the STF. At present,only state’s

Chinese firm to lift Karachi's garbage- Daily Post India

Chinese firm to lift Karachi’s garbage

A Chinese sanitation service group has inked a deal with two more district municipal corporations (DMCs) of Karachi to lift garbage. According to the Dawn, the agreement was signed between the DMCs of Malir and Karachi West and the Hang Zhou Jin Jiang Group Sanitation Service Company Limited at the office of Local Government Minister

India and Pak cannot ever be friends, says VK Singh

India and Pak cannot ever be friends, says VK Singh

India and Pakistan cannot be friends, said minister of state (MoS) for external affairs Gen (retd) VK Singh in Dehradun on Friday. Despite the fact that both nations share commonalities, “some sections” keep the tension boiling, said Singh. “You have seen Pakistan artistes coming here and our artistes going there. But we cannot be friends.

Former US Vice President lambastes Trump- Daily Post India

Former US Vice President lambastes Trump

Former United States Vice President Joe Biden has lambasted President Donald Trump and his administration, stating that the President is leading the US “down a very dark path”. Biden, in his acceptance speech after receiving the Zbigniew Brzezinski annual prize at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), took a dig at the US

Astronomers Discover Five New pairs of Supermassive Black Holes

Astronomers Discover Five New pairs of Supermassive Black Holes

The Astronomers find single supermassive black holes all over the Universe,” said George Mason University astronomer Shobita Satyapal. “But even though we’ve predicted they grow rapidly when they are interacting, growing dual supermassive black holes have been difficult to find.” Before this study fewer than 10 confirmed pairs of growing black holes were known from X-ray studies,

Government can't tell tourist what to eat or drink: Amitabh Kant

Government can’t tell tourist what to eat or drink: Amitabh Kant

Amid Indian states prohibiting consumption of alcohol and beef, NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant averred that such restrictions will adversely affect nation’s tourism industry.Kant asserted that it is not government’s business to decide what tourists should eat or drink. “Indian states can’t get into what a tourist want to eat and drink. Just not possible…what he wants to

India's first portal dedicated to para-sports launched

India’s first portal dedicated to para-sports launched

To create awareness about para-sports and provide a platform to para sportspersons to narrate their stories of triumph and adversity,thenationspride.com, the country’s first portal dedicated to para-sports was launched here today. thenationspride.com is a non-profit initiative, helmed by 17-year-old Mumbai student and sports enthusiast, Saachi Munot. The portal brings readers inspiring stories of Indian para-sportspersons, who have consistently delivered stellar performances

Jewellery dealers happy over Centre's decision on PMLA act

Jewellery dealers happy over Centre’s decision on PMLA act

A member of India Bullion and Jewellers Association on Saturday showed satisfaction over the Centre’s decision to rescind the notification on the Gems and Jewellery sector, stating that this measure has been taken on the account of pressure from the traders’ community. The Centre yesterday decided to rescind the notification on the Gems and Jewellery sector, wherein the dealers of precious metals,

Civic Bodies Seek Rs 3,000 to stop manual scavenging in Delhi

Civic Bodies Seek Rs 3,000 to stop manual scavenging in Delhi

The civic bodies in New Delhi plan to make a draft for mechanized cleaning of sewers and drains. The related report has been submitted to the Delhi lieutenant governor of Delhi. The equipment for this will cost around Rs 3,000 crore. After a number of people died while cleaning sewers in August, LG Anil Baijal

International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons wins Noble peace prize 2017

International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons wins Noble peace prize 2017

The Nobel committee has announced International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons as winner of Noble peace prize 2017. The organisation is receiving the award for its work to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for its ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons,” said

Kazuo Ishiguro Wins Nobel Prize in Literature- Daily Post india

Kazuo Ishiguro Wins Nobel Prize in Literature

Kazuo Ishiguro, the Japanese-born English writer, has won the 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature. The Swedish Academy made the announcement Thursday in Stockholm.Sara Danius, the academy’s secretary, praised the work of Ishiguro. She said taht He’s a very interesting writer in many ways and she also described him as one of the most exquisite novelists

India Not Sending Troops to Afghanistan Because of Pakistan, Says US

India Not Sending Troops to Afghanistan Because of Pakistan, Says US

US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has said that India’s decision not to send its troops to Afghanistan was in view of Pakistan’s considerations as this would bring in new complexities in the region. Mattis praised India’s contributions to the war-torn country before lawmakers at House Armed Services Committee, saying New Delhi has adopted a holistic

Lord Ganesha issued admit card by a Bihar university

Lord Ganesha issued admit card by a Bihar university

Don’t be surprised if Lord Ganesha writes his Commerce exams. He has been issued an admit card by a university in Bihar and if everything goes smooth then he will write the examination on behalf of an undergraduate commerce student. The Lalit Narayan Mithila University (LNMU) in Darbhanga district of Patna issued the admit card,

Pakistan warns India against surgical strike- Daily Post India

Pakistan warns India against surgical strike

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Khawaja Mohammad Asif has warned India against launching a surgical strike on the country’s nuclear installations, saying if that happens, nobody should expect restraint from Islamabad. “Yesterday, the Indian Air Chief said we will hit, through another surgical strike, Pakistan’s nuclear installations. If that happens, nobody should expect restraint form us. That’s

World Bank president says Indian economy will soon come on track

World Bank president says Indian economy will soon come on track

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim said the recent slowdown in India’s economic growth is an “aberration” caused by temporary disruptions in preparation for the Goods and Service Tax (GST) and asserted that it will get corrected in the near future. Kim while responding to questions on slowdown in India’s growth in the first quarter




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