Jul 05

Search on for missing IAF chopper in Arunachal Pradesh
Search on for missing IAF chopper in Arunachal Pradesh

Search on for missing IAF chopper in Arunachal Pradesh. The Army, the ITBP and the Arunachal Pradesh police today launched a search operation to locate the IAF chopper which went missing with three crew members on board near Sagalee in Papum Pare district here yesterday.“The search parties since morning are trekking through a hill near

Four killed in accident
Four killed in accident

Four killed in accident.Four persons were killed and 16 injured today in a head-on collision between a tempo and a jeep in Banswara district.The accident occurred on the Banswara-Dungarpur Highway near Kheda village, SHO, Garhi Police Station, Laburam Chaudhary told .The accident occurred when the passengers were on their way to Naya village and the

Truth of PM Modi’s Portrait going viral on Internet

Ahead of Prime Minister Modi’s three-day visit to Israel, this particular picture took the social media by storm. Soon after the picture went viral, people were quick to point out that it was fake.Truth PM Modis Portrait.When it comes to Photoshop, the Internet is pretty nifty.The image is a photoshopped version of a street artist

Who killed DSP Mohammed Ayub?

Last days in Jammu & Kashmir Mohammed Ayub Pandit was killed in Srinagar by the crowd. Now there is a new revelation in this incident. DSP Mohammed Ayub killed.It is being said that at the time the DSP The Pandit was rushing, one person made his video. The State Government got this video, but it

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Narendra Modi a weak Prime Minister: Rahul Gandhi

Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday called Prime Minister Narendra Modi a weak prime minister for accepting the US referring to Kashmir as “Indian-administered Kashmir”. He also attacked PM Modi for not discussing the H1-B visa issue during his recent talks with US President Donald Trump. “India has a weak PM”, he tweeted.On June 26, designating

Pakistan to hoist 400 ft tall flag, after India’s 350 ft flag at Wagah border
Pakistan to hoist 400 ft tall flag, after India’s 350 ft flag at Wagah border

India made headlines when it hoisted 350 ft tall flag at Wagah border, now Pakistan government has decided to hoist 400 ft tall flag more india’s flag. According to a report in Pakistan daily The News, the 400 feet tall and 120 feet wide flag will be hoisted in a park adjacent to Wagah border.

India will confront "greater losses" than in the 1962 war if it "incites"- Chinese media
India will confront “greater losses” than in the 1962 war if it “incites”- Chinese media

The indo-china tension has entered in 20th day, Chinese media’s statements are adding fuel to fire. A day after China warned India that it will offer “no compromise” on the stand-off at the Sikkim border, its state-run media declared that Delhi should either withdraw its troops “with dignity or be kicked out”. An editorial on

ATM Fraud in Bengaluru,200 people loss over RS 10 lakh in one week
ATM Fraud in Bengaluru,200 people loss over RS 10 lakh in one week

ATM Fraud in Bengaluru,200 people loss over RS 10 lakh in one week.Police suspect that gangs have read debit and credit card data during usage with the help of advanced card skimmers, with pinhole cameras in ATMs across the city to copy card data and capture PINs.In less than a week, 200 Bengaluru’s person have

Drivers shouldn't be drunk in fast moving traffic: SC
Drivers shouldn’t be drunk in fast moving traffic: SC

The Supreme Court today said the idea behind its verdict banning the sale of liquor along the highways was that a driver should not be under the influence of liquor at places where there is high speed traffic. A bench comprising Chief Justice J S Khehar and Justice D Y Chandrachud was hearing an appeal

Narendra Modi Second Day In Israel, Can Sign Many Agreements
Narendra Modi Second Day In Israel, Can Sign Many Agreements

On Tuesday Prime Minister Narendra Modi Received  a grand reception in Israel. On the second day of his visit, The Prime Minister will meet with 4000 Indians living in Israel during the course of an event at Tel Aviv grounds. He will also address the Israeli Parliament’s. Along with this, students from agriculture, chemistry, and

PM Narendra Modi adopts third village in UP
PM Narendra Modi adopts third village in UP

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi adopted third village Kakrahiya from the Varanasi district, under the Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY). The village has around 2,200 people and most belong to the backward classes. Of these, the most are Patels and Rajbhars.   Just about eight per cent belong the general category and two per cent are scheduled

Kovind likens Constitution to Gita, Quran, Bible
Kovind likens Constitution to Gita, Quran, Bible

Describing the Constitution as “Gita, Quran, Ramayan and Bible” all rolled into one, NDA presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind on Tuesday said he would always strive to maintain its supremacy after he is elected to the post. “I will always strive for the all-round development of the nation, to fulfil the aspirations of the youths and for the

On the astrologer's call, the minister, Chini, made the illegal road In front of his House
On the astrologer’s call, the minister, Chini, made the illegal road In front of his House

On the astrologer’s call, the minister, Chini, made the illegal road In front of his House.The corporation officers had stopped but again started working in the night, said that the CM has allowed it. The Chandigarh Police also expressed their displeasure over the way Chinni has taken the way to go to his closet. He

Israel names fast-growing flower after PM Modi
Israel names fast-growing flower after PM Modi

A new fast-growing Israeli flower was on Tuesday named after Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a special gesture to mark the first visit of an Indian premier to the Jewish nation. Israeli Crysanthumun flower will now be called “MODI”, officials here said. “New fast-growing Israeli Crysanthumun flower named in honour of Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Doklam situation ‘grave’, rules out compromise: China

China today said there was no scope for a “compromise” in the military standoff with India in the Sikkim section, and put the onus on New Delhi to resolve the “grave” situation. In unusually blunt remarks, China’s Ambassador to India Luo Zhaohui said “the ball is in India’s court” and it was for the Indian

Indrani Mukerjea’s claim of being beaten up in Byculla jail true: Doctor

Sheena Bora murder case accused Indrani Mukerjea’s allegation of being beaten up by Byculla prison officials appears to be true, a senior medical officer of the state-run JJ Hospital said on Thursday. Indrani, booked for rioting in the women’s prison here along with other inmates, two days back alleged that she was beaten up by jail officials and threatened

Ambani is using the world’s most expensive phone, Do you know the price ?

Mukesh Ambani, who is not known today, Mukesh Ambani is known not only in India but also for his royalty-filled life all over the world, but friends, do you know who is the richest person in India and the world’s richest man Join the logo What kind of life will he have won today? We

Marriage registration compulsory, heavy fine If delayed

Marriage registration compulsory heavy fine delayed. In its report, titled Compulsory Registration of Marriages submitted this month, the Commission also prescribed a penalty of rupees five per day in case of non-registration of marriage without a reasonable cause for providing false information regarding the registration of marriage and for refusal to furnish certain information, such

Mumbai MLA who watered plants during heavy Rainfall

It happens. We all go through some embarrassing moments that would haunt us for our entire lives.Mumbai MLA watered plants. One such moment came in the life of Mumbai MLA Narendra Mehta, who was pictured watering some plants.So what’s wrong in watering plants, that’s such a good deed to do for a politician, you may

At Bathinda college that houses new PTU, 76 students for 639 engg seats

This 28-year-old college in Punjab is where a new version of the state technical university took roots three years ago, but this year only 76 students have taken admission in the BTech course here against 639 available seats in various streams of engineering.This is the state of Giani Zail Singh Campus College of Engineering and