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55 Asia-PacificNations Unanimously Back India’s Non-permanent Seat at UNSC

India wants a non-permanent seat at UNSC for 2020-21

India wants a non-permanent seat at UNSC for 2020-21 India’s Permanent Envoy to UN, Mr. Akbaruddin thanks 55 Asia-Pacific nations who have supported India’s Non-Permanent Seat at UNSC Ahead of elections for five significant non-permanent members of United Nations Security Council (UNSC), 55 Asia-Pacific nations have shown massive support to India and have unanimously backed India’s bid to acquire a non-permanent seat

John Amaratunga Announces Special Tourist Packages for Indian Tourists

Sri lanka minister John Amaratunga

John Amaratunga in Mumbai Sri Lankan Minister of Tourism and Christian Religious Affairs John Amaratunga is in Mumbai. He has announced special packages for Indian Tourists Sri Lankan Minister of Tourism and Christian Religious Affairs John Amaratunga is on a visit to India’s financial capital, Mumbai. In the wake of Easter terror attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter which

Anantnag MP Hasnain Masoodi Wants Kashmir Issue to be Permanently Solved

Anantnag MP Hasnain Masoodi

Hasnain Masoodi with J&K Governer Satya Pal Malik National Conference (NC) Anantnag MP Hasnain Masoodi says he looks forward to peaceful resolving of the political and militant crisis in Jammu and Kashmir In a recent interview to a national daily, Hasnain Masoodi, Member of Parliament (MP) from Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag district has stressed upon resolving the political crisis in J&K

PM Narendra Modi to Set Up a Committee for ‘One Nation, One Election’

A committee to be set up for assessing the possibilities of ‘One Nation, One Election’, confirms PM Modi

A committee to be set up for assessing the possibilities of ‘One Nation, One Election’, confirms PM Modi PM Narendra Modi to Set Up a Committee for ‘One Nation, One Election’ PM Narendra Modi has confirmed that a committee will be set up to explore the potential of the ‘One Nation, One Election’ proposal. PM Narendra Modi has confirmed that a committee

Monsoon Session of Parliament Begins from 18 June

Monsoon session of Parliament begins from 18 June

Monsoon session of Parliament begins from 18 June The full newly formed cabinet was all set to take oath on 18 June as the Monsoon Session of Indian Parliament commenced. Om Birla become the Speaker of the 17th Lok Sabha The Monsoon Session of the Parliament was commenced on Tuesday, June 18 and is scheduled to last till August 10, 2019. Several elected Members

3 Sentenced for Life, 3 Imprisoned for 5 Years in Kathua Rape and Murder Case

six of the seven accused convicted under the 2019 Kathua rape and murder case

six of the seven accused convicted under the 2019 Kathua rape and murder case Six of the seven accused in the Kathua rape and muder case of 2018 were convicted on Monday. The acquitted seventh was given the “benefit of the doubt” A special court in Pathankot, Punjab convicted six of the seven accused for the rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua, Jammu

Jnanpith and Padma Awardee Girish Karnad Passes Away at 81

girish karnad

Indian playwright Girish Karnad passes away due to multiple-organ failure India’s accomplished playwright, actor, writer and intellectual, Girish Karnad passed away on Monday in Bengaluru. He was a Jnanpith and Padma awardee Jnanpith and Padma awardee Girish Karnad breathed his last early on Monday. The noted playwright and actor passed away at the age of 81 due to multiple organ failure. After suffering from multiple

Indian Foreign Minister Says SAARC has Problems, BIMSTEC to be Focus Area

S. Jaishankar

S. Jaishankar confirms shift in focus from SAARC to BIMSTEC Newly sworn-in External Affairs Minister, S. Jaishankar announced a shift in focus from SAARC to BIMSTEC vis-a-vis neighbourhood cooperation on Thursday External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar affirmed that neighbourhood cooperation on connectivity would shift focus from SAARC to BIMSTEC. Indian foreign policy will be used to facilitate new markets, said the newly appointed Foreign

Delhi CM Announces Free Travel for Women

arvind-kejriwal

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal announces free travel for women Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced free travel for women in the metro and buses on Monday. The move is yet to be approved by the Centre Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal announced free metro and bus travel for women on Monday. A proposal for the same will be presented in

External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar Says, ‘No Language will be Imposed’

S. Jaishankar

Indian Minister of External Affairs, S. Jaishankar says Hindi will not be “imposed” Amid towering rage over the draft National Education Policy, Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar asserted that the Centre would not impose any language on the people The newly sworn-in Minister of External Affairs, S. Jaishankar, on Sunday, reaffirmed that no language will be imposed on the people of

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