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Flood wreaks havoc in several states of India

Floods ravage several states in India

Floods ravage several states in India Intense monsoon rains lashed several states of India, devastating homes and leaving hundreds stranded. Maharashtra, Gujarat, Kerala, and Karnataka continue to witness heavy rains and flood-like situation. Although the situation in Bihar and Assam has improved, routine operations in several states have been disrupted, bringing life to a standstill. NDRF teams have been deployed for

Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman recommended for Vir Chakra

Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman recommended for Vir Chakra

Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman recommended for Vir Chakra The Indian Air Force has recommended Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman for Vir Chakra, one of India’s top wartime gallantry awards Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman is likely to be awarded Vir Chakra for shooting down an F-16 along the Line of Control in an aerial engagement with the Pakistan Air Force on February 27.  The Vir

Sushma Swaraj passes away at the age of 67

Former Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj passes away at 67

Former Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj passes away at 67 Former external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj breathed her last on Tuesday after suffering a cardiac arrest. Senior BJP leader Sushma Swaraj was rushed to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi after she encountered a massive cardiac arrest. Doctors administered CPR, but she did not respond to the treatment. Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Jammu and Kashmir: Amit Shah to revoke Article 370

Amit Shah moves resolution to revoke Article 370

Amit Shah moves resolution to revoke Article 370  Home Minister Amit Shah announced in the Rajya Sabha that the Centre has decided to repeal Article 370 of the Constitution. In a historic move, Shah promulgated the decision to scrap Article 370, which grants special status to the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The government has also decided to move for bifurcation and

Defence Minister goes to Mozambique in his first overseas trip

Defence Minister goes to Mozambique in his first overseas trip Three bilateral agreements on military cooperation were signed

Defence Minister goes to Mozambique in his first overseas trip. Three bilateral agreements on military cooperation were signed between Mozambique and India The Defence Minister had been to Mozambique on a three-day visit from July 28th to 30th July. The Defence Minister signed three agreements for military cooperation. Two MoUs were on white shipping information sharing and Hydrography. The third agreement was for

SC orders all cases related to Unnao rape to be transferred to Delhi

Unnao Rape Case: Latest turn of events after SC intervenes in the case

Unnao Rape Case: Latest turn of events after SC intervenes in the case The SC has asked CBI to investigate the Unnao rape victim's accident and submit a report within 14 days. The Supreme Court took suo moto cognizance of the Unnao rape case after it was brought to their notice by a letter written by the victim’s

CCD founder VG Siddhartha cremated in Chikkamgaluru, his home district

Coffee king found dead, hundreds of wishes pour-in

Coffee king found dead, hundreds of wishes pour-in The body of the CCD head was recovered from a river near Manguluru after he had gone missing The body of the missing Café Coffee Day (CCD) owner VG Siddhartha was recovered on Wednesday morning from the Nethravati River near Mangaluru after it was spotted by local fishermen. The 58-year-old Siddhartha, son-in-law of the former Karnataka

Triple Talaq Bill passed in Rajya Sabha

The Triple Talaq Bill has been finally passed in Rajya Sabha on 30 July 2019

The Triple Talaq Bill has been finally passed in Rajya Sabha on 30 July 2019 The Triple Talaq bill will now have to be approved by President Ram Nath Kovind, after which it will likely replace the triple talaq ordinance. The triple talaq Bill, which makes instant triple talaq a criminal offence, has been passed by the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday, 30

Indian peacekeepers in Haiti win laurels for exceptional service

The Indian Formed Police Unit (FPU), Assam Rifles served as humanitarian forces in Haiti

The Indian Formed Police Unit (FPU), Assam Rifles served as humanitarian forces in Haiti The Indian Formed Police Unit (FPU), consisting of 140 personnel from Assam Rifles deployed with the United Nations in Haiti has received laurels for their peacekeeping missions. Indian peacekeepers, who supported the Haitian Police for over a decade and are departing from Haiti as the UN mission closes

Coalition Government falls in Karnataka; BS Yeddyurappa can become next CM

The Karnataka Assembly Speaker has declared BJP as the winner in the confidence motion vote on 23 July

The Karnataka Assembly Speaker has declared BJP as the winner in the confidence motion vote on 23 July In the confidence motion conducted on 23 July, Cong-JDS coalition attained 99 while the BJP coalition won with 105 votes. BS Yeddyurappa of BJP is projected to become the next CM. The Congress-JDS coalition government in Karnataka collapsed on Tuesday after the confidence motion

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