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  • 10:58 PM (IST) Posted by Hritika Mitra

    Hindu man killed over interfaith relationship, two arrested

    A 25-year-old Dalit man who was in a relationship with a Muslim woman was killed in a suspected case of honour killing here and two persons, including her brother, have been arrested in connection with the crime, police said on Friday.

  • 10:47 PM (IST) Posted by Hritika Mitra

    Lankan PM Wickremesinghe expresses appreciation for India's support to crisis-hit nation

    Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe on Friday expressed appreciation for the support India has been extending to his country during "this difficult period". Wickremesinghe also said he is "grateful" for the positive response from India and Japan on the proposal made for the Quad members to take the lead in setting up a foreign aid consortium to assist the crisis-hit island nation.

  • 9:40 PM (IST) Posted by Hritika Mitra

    Jahangirpuri violence: High Court notice to Delhi Police on bail plea of accused

    The Delhi High Court on Friday issued notice to Delhi Police on a bail petition filed by an accused arrested in connection with the violence that broke out during a Hanuman Jayanti procession in Jahangirpuri area of the national capital last month.

  • 9:07 PM (IST) Posted by Hritika Mitra

    After two years, India-Myanmar border trade to resume soon

    More than two years after closure of the India-Myanmar trade, the bilateral business through Manipur's Moreh-Tamu border would resume soon, officials said on Friday. The official trade through the Moreh Integrated Check Post (ICP) has been closed since March 2020 after the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak.

  • 9:07 PM (IST) Posted by Hritika Mitra

    Heroin haul in B'luru by NCB unearths Nigerian racket in Delhi

    The seizure of seven kg of heroin by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) officials at the Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru has led to several arrests and the busting of a drug trafficking racket based in New Delhi, NCB officials said on Friday.

  • 7:10 PM (IST) Posted by Hritika Mitra

    Delhi: One dead, two injured in roof collapse in Mundka

    One person was killed and two others injured on Friday evening when the roof of an under-construction house in west Delhi's Mundka area caved in, officials said.

  • 7:10 PM (IST) Posted by Hritika Mitra

    Cape-size vessel berthed at Tuticorin Port

    The first Cape-size vessel 'MV Cape Breeze' was berthed at the port here. A press release from the port here on Friday said the ship, loaded with 92,300 tonne of limestone, has come from Port of Salalah, Oman.

  • 7:09 PM (IST) Posted by Hritika Mitra

    Money laundering case: Avantha Group promoter gets interim bail

    The Delhi High Court on Friday granted interim bail, for eight weeks, to Avantha Group promoter Gautam Thapar, who was arrested in connection with alleged misappropriation of a Rs 515 crore loan from Yes Bank, on medical grounds.

  • 6:47 PM (IST) Posted by Hritika Mitra

    BJP flays CM for political speech, says GST Council example of cooperative federalism

    Tamil Nadu BJP president K Annamalai on Friday slammed Chief Minister M K Stalin for delivering an allegedly political speech during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the city for launching developmental projects and claimed that the goods and services tax (GST) council is a "shining example of cooperative federalism."

  • 5:13 PM (IST) Posted by Hritika Mitra

    ED attaches property worth Rs 62.70 cr of pvt firm in bank loan fraud case

    The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Friday said that it has issued the Provisional Attachment Order for attachment of immovable properties worth Rs 62.70 crore of NipkoEngineering Services Pvt Ltd (NESP) in a bank fraud case.

  • 4:38 PM (IST) Posted by Hritika Mitra

    Conditions favourable for southwest monsoon in Kerala: IMD

    Continuing its flip flop, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Friday said that conditions are becoming favourable for the onset of the southwest monsoon over Kerala in the next 2-3 days.

  • 4:01 PM (IST) Posted by Hritika Mitra

    Maharashtra: Retired civic employee booked in disproportionate assets case

    The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has registered a case against a retired employee of the Mira Bhayandar Municipal Corporation (MBMC) in Maharashtra's Thane district for allegedly amassing assets disproportionate to his income, an official said on Friday.

  • 3:49 PM (IST) Posted by Hritika Mitra

    2 Congress workers held for circulating fake video on LDF candidate Jo Joseph

    Kerala police on Friday said they have arrested two Congress workers for allegedly circulating a fake video targeting the Left candidate for the Thrikkakara byelection Dr. Jo Joseph. Congress Amayur Mandalam president T K Sukkur and a former office-bearer of the party Sivadasan were held for "sharing, liking and commenting" on a video that portrays Joseph in a poor light, the police said.
    "Both were arrested from their residences at Palakkad," they told PTI.

  • 2:57 PM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    PM Modi to mark 8th anniversary of his govt with roadshow in Shimla on Tuesday

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a roadshow in Shimla and address a rally on May 31 to mark the eighth anniversary of his government, a Himachal Pradesh BJP leader said on Friday. State BJP general secretary Trilok Jamwal said the prime minister's roadshow will cover the half-a-kilometre distance from CTO to Rani Jhansi Park. After the roadshow, Modi will address a rally at the historic Ridge Maidan to mark the eighth anniversary of his government at the Centre, said Jamwal who is also the political advisor of Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur.

  • 2:51 PM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    Veteran journalist Sat Soni passes away

    Veteran journalist and author Sat Soni has died at a private hospital in Gurugram, his family said on Friday. He was 89. Born in Mandalay in Myanmar, he had moved to Punjab in 1944 in the wake of the Japanese invasion during the Second World War. He was educated in Jalandhar, where he learnt Urdu and Hindi for the first time, a family member said. "Sat Soni, one of the most senior Hindi journalists of the nation, breathed his last on Thursday at Medanta Hospital in Gurugram," the family said in a statement. He began his career in language journalism in 1951 by joining the Urdu daily, "Milap".

  • 2:18 PM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    Ashok Gehlot plays down upset minister's tweet, says should not be taken seriously

    A day after Rajasthan sports minister asked to be relieved from his post over the conduct of the CM's principal secretary, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Friday said Ashok Chandna's tweet should not be taken seriously as he might be under pressure due to the workload. Chandna on Thursday expressed anguish over the conduct of Gehlot's principal secretary, referring to him as the "minister of all the departments", and said he would prefer being removed as a minister. Chandna made his displeasure public through a tweet, saying he does not want to hold on to the "dishonourable" ministerial post.

  • 2:02 PM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    Texas Varsity announces partnership to launch India Studies programme

    The Texas Southern University (TSU) in the US and the Foundation for India Studies (FIS) have announced the establishment of an India Studies programme for its graduate school to promote the study of India in this country, particularly in the city of Houston. This partnership that promotes the study of India in the US will develop and implement India-focused programmes at the university in cooperation with the foundation, a TSU release said.

  • 1:28 PM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    "Require adequate assurances” on Sri Lanka’s debt sustainability restoration: IMF

    Since Sri Lanka’s public debt is assessed as "unsustainable," the IMF has said that it requires "sufficient assurance" from the country that it will restore debt sustainability during the debt restructuring process, a media report on Friday quoted the global crisis lender as saying. “The (IMF) team welcomes the appointment of financial and legal advisors to engage in a collaborative dialogue with their creditors. It is an important step towards restoring public debt sustainability,” the EconomyNext website cited the International Monetary Fund as saying after the end of technical level negotiations between the crisis-hit country's officials and the IMF team.'

  • 12:58 PM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    Over 4 kg gold worth Rs 2 cr seized from two passengers at Chandigarh airport

    The Customs department has recovered over four kg gold worth more than Rs 2 crore from two passenger who arrived from Dubai at the Chandigarh international airport here on May 25, an official said on Friday. Customs officials intercepted a passenger and found four gold bricks of one kg each from his hand bag, said the official. The gold bricks were concealed inside a towel, said the official.

  • 12:52 PM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    COVID infection may induce severe bone loss, animal study suggests

    Infection with the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which causes COVID-19, can lead to severe bone loss during the acute and post-recovery phases of the disease, according to a study conducted in hamsters. The findings, recently published in the peer-reviewed journal Nature Communications, provide insights into the possible long-term complications of COVID-19. In addition to lung infection, complications of different organ systems in the long-term SARS-CoV-2 infection, or "long COVID," have been increasingly recognised in patients with disease, the researchers said. However, the full spectrum of clinical manifestations, especially the influence of SARS-CoV-2 infection on bone metabolism, has yet to be fully understood, they said.

  • 12:19 PM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    ED summons former JK CM Farooq Abdullah in money laundering case

    National Conference (NC) president and former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Farooq Abdullah has been summoned by the ED for questioning in a money laundering case in Delhi on May 31, official sources said on Friday. The questioning is reported to be in connection with a case of alleged financial irregularities in the Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) that is being probed by the federal agency. The summon has been issued under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) for appearance at its headquarters here on May 31.

  • 12:03 PM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    Poor suffered due to indifference towards tech use in governance before 2014: PM Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said there was an environment of "indifference" towards the use of technology in governance before 2014 due to which the poor and the middle class suffered the most. Addressing a gathering after inaugurating India's biggest drone festival in Delhi, he said the enthusiasm being seen in India about drone technology is amazing and indicates possibilities of an emerging sector of employment generation.

  • 11:36 AM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    Karti Chidambaram writes to Lok Sabha Speaker over 'breach of parliamentary privilege'

    Congress MP Karti Chidamabaram on Friday wrote to Lok Speaker Speaker Om Birla alleging that during a raid CBI officers seized "highly confidential" personal notes and papers pertaining to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Information and Technology of which he is a member, and sought redressal for what he said was a "breach of his parliamentary privilege". In a letter to Birla, Karti Chidambaram also said that over the course of the past few years, his family and he himself have become targets of a "relentless campaign by the present government and its investigating agencies which are trying to silence our voices of dissent by foisting one fake case after another".

  • 10:37 AM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    Another model found dead in Kolkata, second incident in three days

    Another model was found hanging from the ceiling of her room in her family residence in Kolkata's Patuli area on Friday, the second such incident in three days, police said. Her mother claimed that the deceased, identified as Manjusha Niyogi, was suffering from acute depression after the death of her friend and colleague in the industry, Bidisha De Majumder, two days before. De Majumder, a popular face in bridal make-up photo-shoots, was also found hanging inside her rented apartment in Dumdum area on Wednesday evening. Niyogi's body was sent to a hospital for post-mortem examination to ascertain the cause of death, a police officer said.

  • 9:48 AM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    Architect of modern India: Cong pays tributes to Nehru on death anniversary

    The Congress on Friday paid tributes to Jawaharlal Nehru on his death anniversary with Rahul Gandhi saying the ideas, politics, and vision of India's first prime minister for the nation are relevant even 58 years since his passing. Nehru, the first prime minister of India, held office between August 1947 and May 1964. He passed away on May 27, 1964.

  • 9:32 AM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    India reports 2,710 new COVID cases in last 24 hours | READ

  • 9:24 AM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    Maharashtra: 15 injured as bus falls into gorge in Palghar

    At least 15 persons were injured, five of them seriously, when the bus they were travelling in plunged into a 25-feet deep gorge at Wagobha Khind in Palghar district of Maharashtra on Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway early on Friday, police said. The incident occurred around 6 am when the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) bus was travelling from Bhusawal in north Maharashtra's Jalgaon district to Boisar in Palghar, a police official said.

  • 8:53 AM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    Japan to resume tourism in June; only packaged tour for now

    Japan will open its borders to foreign tourists in June for the first time since imposing tight pandemic travel restrictions about two years ago, but only for package tours for now, the prime minister said Thursday. Beginning June 10, Japan will allow the entry of people on tours with fixed schedules and guides, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said. Tourists from areas with low COVID-19 infection rates who have received three vaccine doses will be exempt from testing and quarantine after entry. Japan this week is hosting small experimental package tours from four countries, Australia, Singapore, Thailand and the United States. That experiment, which involves only 50 people who received special visas, not tourist visas, is to end May 31.


  • 8:23 AM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    4 Lashkar-e-Toiba militants killed in two encounters in Kashmir

    Four Lashkar-e-Toiba militants, including two who were involved in killing a female TV artist, were killed in two separate encounters in Pulwama and Srinagar districts of Jammu and Kashmir, police said on Friday. An encounter broke out at Aganhanzipora locality in Awantipora area of Pulwama district late on Thursday night, a police spokesman said. He said two ultras, who were responsible for killing TV artist Amreen Bhat in Budgam district a day earlier, were trapped in the cordon.'

  • 8:07 AM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    China FM visits Kiribati where fishing ground is at stake

    China's foreign minister was due to visit the remote Pacific nation of Kiribati on Friday where the future of a vast fishing ground is at stake. The four-hour visit by Wang Yi was his second stop on an eight-nation tour that comes amid growing concerns about Beijing's military and financial ambitions in the South Pacific region.

  • 7:29 AM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    Video of Brazil cops gassing man draws fury after his death

    The asphhyxiation death of a Black man shown in a video being held by two officers of Brazil's Federal Highway Police inside an SUV's smoke-filled trunk is sparking outrage among Brazilians. Images of the police stop Tuesday in Umbauba, in the northeastern state of Sergipe, show the officers forcibly keeping Genivaldo de Jesus Santos, 38, in the back of their police vehicle as a dense cloud of white smoke, which appears to be tear gas, emerges from the SUV.

  • 6:53 AM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    Russia slams sanctions, seeks to blame West for food crisis

    Moscow pressed the West on Thursday to lift sanctions against Russia over the war in Ukraine, seeking to shift the blame for a growing food crisis that has been worsened by Kyiv's inability to ship millions of tons of grain and other agricultural products due to the conflict. Britain immediately accused Russia of “trying to hold the world to ransom,” insisting there would be no sanctions relief, and a top U.S. diplomat blasted the "sheer barbarity, sadistic cruelty and lawlessness” of the invasion.

  • 6:48 AM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    Admission row: St Stephen's says will continue with interviews; writes to DU

    Asserting that it will retain its 'tried and trusted' interview process during admission, St Stephen's College on Thursday urged the Delhi University to abide by the 1992 Supreme Court judgement and "avoid creating an unpleasant situation" for students seeking admission in the college.

  • 6:47 AM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    Odisha recorded 39-point decline in infant mortality rate, highest in India: CMO

    Setting another milestone in the health care sector, Odisha has registered a 39-point decline in infant mortality rate (IMR) in a span of 15 years, which is the "highest in the country", the chief minister's office said on Thursday. Odisha’s IMR now stands at 36 per 1000 live births, the CMO stated.

  • 6:37 AM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    Hindu outfit claims Ajmer shrine of Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti was temple

    Claiming the mausoleum of Sufi saint Moinuddin Chishti in Ajmer was once a temple, a Hindu outfit has demanded a survey of the premises by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). Rajvardhan Singh Parmar of Maharana Pratap Sena claimed Hindu symbols were present on the walls and windows of the dargah. However, the body of Khadims (servitors) has rejected the claim, saying there was no such symbol. “The dargah of Khwaja Gareeb Nawaz was an ancient Hindu temple earlier. The symbols of Swastika are there on the walls and windows. We demand that ASI conduct a survey of the dargah,” Parmar told reporters.


  • 6:36 AM (IST) Posted by Sheenu Sharma

    No decision yet on opening of restrobars in Delhi till 3:00 am

    The Delhi Police has not yet taken any decision over opening of restrobars in the city till 3 am, and contemplating if licence conditions need to be changed, police officials said on Thursday. "The city police has not yet taken any decision about what needs to be done regarding opening of restrobars in the city till 3 am. Because the existing order is only till 1 pm and if it needs to be extended, then everyone's licensing conditions need to be amended," a senior police officer said. Restaurants' licence is approved by the licensing department of Delhi Police, officials said.