एएआईआर न्यूज़



  • The festival of lights is being celebrated across the country with pomp and show. In the national capital, the air quality this evening is better than...




  • On the occasion of Deepawali, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today interacted with the group of BJP workers of Gujarat and Varanasi from his residence t...




  • In a special gesture, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today made a video call to the crew of Indian Naval Sailing Vessel Tarini, which is currently on a mission to circumnavigate the globe. Mr Modi conveyed Diwali greetings to the crew on behalf of the nation.



  • In a special gesture, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today made a video call to the crew of Indian Naval Sailing Vessel Tarini, which is currently on a mission to circumnavigate the globe. Mr Modi conveyed Diwali greetings to the crew on behalf of the nation.




  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi today celebrated Diwali with the jawans of Indian Army and Border Security Force in the Gurez Valley near the Line of Con...



  • India defeated Malaysia 6-2 in their second Super 4 stage match of the Asia Cup hockey tournament at Dhaka today.




  • Lahore High Court today extended Mumbai attack mastermind and banned Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief, Hafiz Saeed's house arrest for another 30 days. A court official said after listening to the arguments of the Government’s law officer, a three member Punjab Judicial Review Board today granted 30-days extension to Saeed’s house arrest.




  • India has strongly condemned the barbaric attack at the Afghan National Army base in Kandahar province today.The Ministry of External Affairs said, India is gravely concerned at the recent escalation of terrorist violence against Afghanistan, despite hopes recently kindled by new strategies as well as efforts for bringing peace in the country.



  • India has strongly condemned the barbaric attack at the Afghan National Army base in Kandahar province today.The Ministry of External Affairs said, India is gravely concerned at the recent escalation of terrorist violence against Afghanistan, despite hopes recently kindled by new strategies as well as efforts for bringing peace in the country.



  • A Pakistani anti-graft court today indicted ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter for allegations linked to ownership of posh London flats.




  • A Pakistani anti-graft court today indicted ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter for allegations linked to ownership of posh London flats. Sharif, his daughter Maryam, as well as her husband Muhammad Safdar, had all been indicted.



  • As a Diwali gift to personnel of military and paramilitary, the Government has abolished the monthly charges on Digital Satellite Phone Terminal, DSPT and also reduced call rates to 1 rupee per minute. Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha yesterday said Defence as well as paramilitary personel will be able to make calls to their families using satellite phone for Rs 1 per minute from today, instead of the existing Rs 5 per minute.




  • On the second day of her two-day visit to Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman visited Car Nicobar today. On her arrival at the Air Force Station in Car Nicobar, Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman was given a warm welcome by officers of Indian Air Force and Civil Administration.




  • Employees Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) has launched an online facility for its subscribers to link their Aadhaar number with their Universal Account Number. The facility has been made available at EPFO's website www.epfindia.gov.in.




  • In the US, death toll from California's wildfires has risen to 42, as rescuers found another body. Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Call Fire) said the latest victim was found in Sonoma County, the worst-hit part of California's wine-growing region that has been scorched by multiple infernos raging since October 9 but now largely under control.




  • A US lawmaker has expressed concern over the human rights violation against the Muhajir community in Pakistan. Expressing concern over human rights violation against the Muhajir community in Karachi, Congressman Rob Wittman said that he will ask Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to ensure that the US questions the Pakistani government over the persecution of Muhajirs.




  • Eminent Indian-American expert on South Asia Nisha Desai Biswal has said Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's first major India-policy speech was very bold and robust and it underscored the importance of the bilateral partnership. Tillerson yesterday said the US is India's "reliable partner" at the world stage in this period of uncertainty and angst, sending a strong signal to side with India amidst China's provocative actions in the region.




  • External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has directed the Indian High Commission in Islamabad to issue a visa to a Pakistani child for medical treatment in India. The child's father had requested Mrs Swaraj on Twitter to grant medical visa for treatment of Abdullah, saying he needed post-liver transplant evaluation in India.




  • United States has urged the UN Security Council to follow in the US footsteps and confront Iran over what it describes as aggressive, destabilising and unlawful behaviour of Tehran in the region. The council met for its monthly debate on the Middle East yesterday, days after US President Donald Trump refused to certify the Iranian nuclear deal, leaving its fate to the US Congress.




  • Income Tax Department has launched an online chat service for taxpayers so that they can seek answers to their basic queries and doubts relating to direct tax issues. A window has been hosted on the main page of the department's website - www.incometaxindia.gov.in with a prominent icon stating Live Chat Online- ask your query.


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