Friday , October 21 2016


BJP to move election commission against Akhilesh photo on ration cards


People are annoyed to see Akhilesh Yadav’s photograph on the ration cards. It is a cheap election trick Lucknow:  BJP on Thursday endangered to move the EC if the Uttar Pradesh government did not remove the photograph of CM Akhilesh Yadav from the new ration cards. “People are annoyed to ...

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India, China hold first ever joint army exercise in J&K


The Joint Army exercise comes during chaotic discreet strategy between the two countries over a host of issues like NSG New Delhi: In a first, India and China on Wednesday execute a joint army exercise in eastern Ladakh in J&K, a move that comes during chaotic discreet strategy between the ...

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Lone wolf attacks likely: MHA issues advisory to states to increase security


Following specific Intelligence inputs nearly 75% of the elite NSG commandos have been kept on standby in key cities New Delhi: Intelligence agencies have cautioned that failing to get tolerable “logistical support from sleeper cells” terror outfits, Jaish-e-Mohammed and Lashkar-e-Tayeeba, were at the moment scheduling a major lone wolf attack ...

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Pakistan Authorities Returned Parcels of Jailed Indian Fishermen


Nearly 438 fishermen from Gujarat and 51 from the Diu are lodged at Pak jails after being apprehended by the Pakistan Maritime Security Agency. Daman: Pakistan prison authorities are returning the parcels sent by relatives of Indian fishermen captured & jailed in that country, after relations between the two nations ...

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Will take up Masood case with China, but not at BRICS: India


Modi is unequivocally anticipated that would take up the issue of terrorism in India’s neighborhood at the BRICS Summit. New Delhi: India on Friday said the concern of China hindering its offer at the United Nations to boycott dread outfit Jaish-e-Mohammed’s boss Masood Azhar won’t be taken up at the ...

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Caught in cross-fire: Youth awaits Pak bride as tension mounts


Seeing no progress in the process bride visa process, Tewani has reached out to External Affairs minister Sushma Swaraj on Twitter for help. Jodhpur: A cross-border marriage has run into the headwinds of mounting tensions between India and Pakistan. Jodhpur based Naresh Tewani and Karachi-based Priya Bachchani, who are preparing ...

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Two killed as clashes break out after Eid prayers in Kashmir


For the first time after several years, authorities have imposed curfew in all 10 regions of the Kashmir Valley on Eid. Srinagar: Two men were killed and many others were injured in clashes with security militaries on Tuesday a.m. after Eid prayers in Jammu and Kashmir’s Bandipora and Shopian area. ...

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Centre allows culling of Nilgais in Bihar and Monkeys in Himachal Pradesh

Centre allows culling of Nilgais in Bihar

New Delhi: The ministry of environment has declared Rhesus Macaque monkeys in Himachal Pradesh to be “vermin” for 12 months, permitting their culling to manage their populace during this time. The progress took place after the Centre had allowed the killing of nilgai in Bihar. The notification said that the ...

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Southwest monsoon hits Kerala and Lakshadweep, 1 dead

Southwest monsoon hits Kerala

Thiruvananthapuram: Monsoon rains hit Kerala and Lakshadweep on Wednesday with heavy rains claiming the life of a 36-year-old man following a landslip in Idukki district. K Santosh, head of IMD’s regional centre said, South-west monsoon has set in over Kerala and Lakshadweep   Several parts of the state have been ...

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1200 Passengers stuck on shore off Vizag as Cyclone threatens Coastal Region

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Visakhapatnam: Approximately 1,200 passengers, most of them are laborers destined for Port Blair were stuck aboard a ship in Visakhapatnam following intense cyclone conditions in the coastal areas. The departure of ship m.v. Harshavardhana was delayed for more than two days due to the cyclone. Following extreme rains, the laborers ...

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