Heman Soren skips ED summons: The Jharkhand Chief Minister said that he is not scared of the Central government. He urged the agencies to come and get him in case he has done something wrong.
Delhi gas chamber: The share of stubble burning in Delhi's PM2.5 pollution jumped to 38 per cent on Thursday. The sudden rise has given birth to a thick layer of pungent smog over the national capital.
Experts, however, said the picture of the Sun may not be as happy as it looks!
PM on Chhath Puja: On Sunday, the PM said that the festival is dedicated to worshipping the sun and nature, as he extended these greetings on this auspicious occasion.
Modi congratulates Sunak: Earlier, Britain's third female Prime Minister, Liz Truss, exited on Thursday after the shortest tenure at 10 Downing Street in London and without a cherished India-UK free trade agreement (FTA) under her belt as a Brexit prize.
Gyanvapi row: On May 24, plaintiff Kiran Singh, who is the general secretary of Vishwa Vedic Sanatan Sangh, filed the suit in the Varanasi district court seeking a ban on the entry of Muslims into the Gyanvapi complex, handing over the complex to the Sanatan Sangh and permission to offer prayers.
Azam Khan hate speech case: A case was registered against him for making inflammatory speeches. The hearing of the case is going on in the court of MP-MLA (Magistrate Trial) Nishant Mann.
Congress Steering Committee formed: All members and permanent invitees of the last CWC have been retained in the committee except Vivek Bansal. Bansal, a former MLA who was a permanent invitee in the previous CWC, is now the in-charge for Haryana affairs of the party.
CBDT extends ITR due date: CBDT, the tax administration arm of the government, had extended the deadline for filing audit reports by 7 days last month to October 7.
Russia-Ukraine war: It said some Indian nationals have already left Ukraine pursuant to the earlier advisory. The embassy has asked the Indian nationals to contact it for any guidance or assistance to travel to the Ukrainian border for exiting the country.
China visa ban: Earlier, India had issued a detailed advisory related to studying at Chinese medical schools as thousands of enrolled students continue to remain stuck at home amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Shashi Tharoor on UK PM: While taking a jibe at BJP, Tharoor said the country should be prepared to look beyond caste, religion, class and language.
UK PM Race: Rishi Sunak on Tuesday scripted history when he was appointed by King Charles III as Britain's first Indian-origin Prime Minister after being elected unopposed as the new leader of the governing Conservative Party on Diwali.
Delhi dengue cases: The city has also recorded 194 cases of malaria and 38 cases of chikungunya this year. The dengue infection tally had stood at 1,572 till October 12.
UK PM race: The 42-year-old former chancellor, who said he wanted to “fix our economy, unite our party and deliver for our country” when he declared his candidacy.
Jammu and Kashmir: The devices were found in a suspicious bag, which when searched by the law enforcement authorities, were detected with urea and gas cylinders. They, however, were destroyed for security reasons.
Delhi air quality: Since the government had earlier predicted that the air quality in Delhi-NCR would nosedive by Saturday, the Commission for Air Quality Management on Wednesday directed authorities to enact stage two of GRAP.
PM Modi in Ayodhya: PM Modi will be received by CM Yogi around 4 pm. Both PM Modi and CM Yogi will visit the Ram Temple construction site and inspect the ongoing construction work. They will also offer prayers in the under-construction Ram Temple.
Bharat Jodo Yatra: The Congress' 3,570-km long Bharat Jodo Yatra began from Kanyakumari on September 8. With the yatra, the Congress said it wanted to combat the alleged divisive politics of the BJP-led central government.
Rishi Sunak leads UK-PM race: The 42-year-old frontrunner's tally continues to grow as former prime minister Boris Johnson flies back from his Caribbean holiday to reportedly also join the contest.