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  • In Himachal Pradesh, former Union Minister Pandit Sukhram who has recently joined BJP, has alleged that the money seized by investigating agencies in ...




  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi's parliamentary constituency Varanasi will soon get two sewage treatment plants, STPs as part of the government's...



  • Minister of State in Prime Minister's Office Jitendra Singh has said that security forces are capable enough to deal with any security threat in Jammu and Kashmir. Talking to media persons on the sidelines of a function in Jammu today, he said, the security forces are dealing effectively with the challenges of infiltration from across the International Border and Line of Control.




  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi today visited the Himalayan shrine of Kedarnath in Uttarakhand ahead of its closure for the next six months. Mr...



  • The government has authorised all public sector banks and three private banks to accept deposits under various small savings schemes like National Savings Certificate (NSC), recurring deposits and monthly income plan.



  • India's fuel demand surged nine point nine per cent in September, the biggest expansion in more than one year, after petrol and diesel consumption soared.



  • The Indian team entered the finals of World Archery Championships in Mexico today.



  • A two-day international conference on consumer protection will be held in New Delhi on 26th of this month. The Consumer Affairs Ministers and representatives of 24 South East Asian countries will attend the conference on the theme of empowering consumers in the age of new markets.



  • Delhi's air quality took a sharp plunge and entered the 'severe' zone today with bursting of firecrackers on the night of Diwali festival. According to SAFAR-the System of Air Quality Forecasting and Research, the pollution indicator turned a deep shade of brown, indicating 'severe' air quality in the national capital.




  • Delhi's air quality took a sharp plunge and entered the 'severe' zone today with bursting of firecrackers on the night of Diwali festival. According to SAFAR-the System of Air Quality Forecasting and Research, the pollution indicator turned a deep shade of brown, indicating 'severe' air quality in the national capital.



  • Bangladesh's embattled former premier Khaleda Zia has surrendered before a local court that granted her bail in graft and defamation cases. The court had issued an arrest warrant against her a week ago.



  • In Tamil Nadu, at least eight people died and three others sustained severe injuries when a portion of the roof of a building collapsed at Porayar in Nagapattinam district during early hours today.



  • Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar has resigned. He was appointed solicitor general in June 2014 after the Modi government came to power.




  • Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar has resigned. He was appointed solicitor general in June 2014 after the Modi government came to power.



  • The Indian Railways will soon cut short the running time of over 500 long distance trains by up to two hours. The new timings will be updated in the November timetable of the railways.



  • Seven Delhi Police personnel have been suspended for allegedly allowing an arrested middleman in the Election Commission bribery case to roam freely in Bengaluru where he had been taken for a court hearing. The accused was was arrested in April this year in New Delhi for allegedly taking money from AIADMK leader TTV Dhinakaran to bribe Election Commission officials in connection with the dispute over the AIADMK poll symbol of two leaves.



  • The Election Commission of India has directed the two rival factions of the ruling Naga Peoples' Front, NPF, to settle their dispute over the party's election symbol 'cock' through a general convention within two months. The Commission Senior Principal Secretary K F Wilfred has directed that the two NPF factions, led by Lok Sabha MP Neipheu Rio and former Chief Minister Dr Shurhozelie Liezietsu, resolve their dispute by following the mechanisms stipulated in the NPF constitution.



  • US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will embark on a crucial trip to India and Pakistan next week as part of his week-long five-nation tour. State Department Spokesperson Heather Nauert announced this Washington on Friday.



  • A study has found an estimated three million adult American handgun owners carry a loaded firearm on a daily basis, and nine million do so on a monthly basis. Vast majority cited protection as the primary reason for carrying a firearm.



  • NASA has approved a second extension of the Dawn mission at Ceres, allowing the spacecraft to get a closer look at the largest object in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. During this extension, the spacecraft will descend to lower altitudes than ever before at the dwarf planet, which it has been orbiting since March 2015.


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