Here's a look at news updates of September 29, 2019
Here's a look at news updates of September 29, 2019
Congress had declared candidates for bye-elections on four seats of Gujarat Legslative Assembly. The seats are Bayad, Tharad, Amraiwadi and Lunawada.
Here are the names of the candidates.
In an exclusive interview with India TV Lalu Prasad Yadav's daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai said that her mother-in-law and former Bihar CM Rabri Devi verbally abused and even asked her staff to snatch her mobile phone.
Pakistan has continued to make controversial statements over Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistan PM Imran Khan has made another shocking comment. After returning from USA, he said that those standing by Kashmiris are doing 'Jihad'
Aishwarya Rai, wife of Lalu Prasad's son Tej Pratap Yadav has accused her in-laws of harassment. She claimed that she was denied food by Rabri Devi and Lalu Prasad Yadav's daughter Misa Bharti
Congress President Sonia Gandhi has expressed grave concern over the flood situation arising out of incessant rains in Bihar- especially Patna, UP and other States.
Hoping that the respective State Governments and local administration were taking sufficient relief and remedial measures, she instructed every Congressperson to provide all possible assistance and help to the ordinary people facing hardship.
The government has said that it will punish those onion exporters who reportedly exported onions to Bangladesh and Sri Lanka below MSP. Such an export can create a shortage of onion in the domestic market.
Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution have added that it will put an end to such export to ensure enough stocks of onions are released in the market.
To tackle the issue of hoarding of the onion by traders, the central government has imposed stock limit on retail and wholesale traders. Now a retail trader will not be able to stock onions beyond 100 quintals while the stock limit for a wholesale trader will be 500 quintals.
The measure has been taken to ensure that enough onion stocks are released in the market for the benefit of consumers.
Pakistani troops have opened fire and shelled mortars at Indian positions in Medhar and Balakot sector of Jammu and Kashmir in another of long series of ceasefire violation. Indian Army is giving a befitting reply.
An encounter between police and Naxals broke out near Suratiya village in Kawardha today. Body of a female Naxal cadre Jugani recovered and huge Naxal literature seized.
Chhattisgarh: An encounter between police and Naxals broke out near Suratiya village in Kawardha today. Body of a female naxal cadre Jugani recovered, & huge naxal literature seized.— ANI (@ANI) September 29, 2019
The Bhartiya Janta Party has released the list of 32 candidates for by-elections to the Legislative Assembly Constituencies of different states on Sunday.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) releases list of 36 candidates for by-elections to the Legislative Assembly Constituencies of different states. pic.twitter.com/eDdQAcSsqa— ANI (@ANI) September 29, 2019
Army Chief General Bipin Rawat left for an official visit to Maldives today. During his visit, General Rawat will interact with the Maldivian Government and the Armed Forces. This visit is aimed at strengthening the close bilateral defence ties between the two nations.
Home Minister Amit Shah has targetted Congress party overtaking Kashmir issue to the UN. Speaking in an event organised by Indraprasth Vishwa Samvad Kendra in New Delhi, Shah blamed India's first Prime Minister for the long-standing Kashmir crisis. READ MORE
The export policy of Onion is amended from free to prohibited till further orders. Hence, the export of all varieties of onions is prohibited with immediate effect. READ MORE
Even today there are many rumours doing rounds about Article 370 and Kashmir. It is important to clarify them. We know since 1947 Kashmir has been a matter of discussion and controversy but distorted history was presented before people: Amit Shah
Since the responsibility of writing history was in the hands of the same people who had committed mistakes, so as a result true facts were hidden. I think time has come that correct history is written & presented before people: Amit Shah
Culture of Sufi saints in Kashmir was destroyed, where were these champions of human rights then? Where were they when Kashmiri Pandits were driven out of the region? Kashmir has suffered because of article 370: Amit Shah
Several hundred prisoners, who have not been convicted for murder, rape and corruption, will be released from jails across India on October 2 to commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, officials said on Sunday.
The number of prisoners to be released on Gandhi Jayanti could be around 600 and the final list is being prepared by the Union Home Ministry in close coordination with state governments and the union territory administrations.
According to a Home Ministry official, under the scheme for special remission to prisoners to commemorate 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, so far 1,424 prisoners have been released by states and Union territories in two phases -- on October 2, 2018 and April 6, 2019.
The third phase of release is due on October 2 and the action is underway by states and UTs, the official said.
Three people die after a wall collapsed in Bhagalpur following heavy rain in the region, many feared trapped. Rescue teams at the spot
It is a matter of pride for every Indian that on this 13th October, His Holiness Pope Francis will declare Sister Mariam Thresia (founder of the Congregation of the Holy Family) a saint. I pay my tributes to Sister Thresia: PM Modi
PM Modi has highlighted the ill effects of e-cigarettes and warned youngsters to stay away from such products.
Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi launches #Bharatkilaxmi to honour daughters this festive season
On one hand, when we experience the ‘Delivery In’ of sweets, &gifts, let us think for a moment on the process of ‘Delivery Out’. At least in our homes, items that are in excess & thus, not required anymore, could be allocated for ‘Delivery Out': PM Modi
There would hardly be anyone who does not show utmost regard for Lata Mangeshkar ji. She is elder to most of us and has been witness to different eras in the country. We address her as 'didi'. She turns 90 today: PM Modi
BJP Central Election Committee to meet later today ahead of Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections. PM Modi, Amit Shah and JP Nadda to be present.
Over seventy people have died in four days in Uttar Pradesh where several parts received above-average rainfall this week. A red alert - the likelihood of heavy to very heavy rainfall - has been issued by the weather office in most districts of eastern Uttar Pradesh.
One BSF jawan missing at International Border in Arnia sector of RS Pura. He got washed away during patrolling duty in Arnia sector. Search operation underway.
Hardoi police station has submerged into water due to heavy rainfall for the last 36 hours. The water has also entered into most of the inmates' cells.
Hurrican Lorenzo, formed on Monday in the far eastern Atlantic ocean near the Cape Verde Islands off Africa, turned into "large and powerful" category 5 hurricane late on Saturday: National Hurricane Centre (NHC)
Saudi Arabia's government has unveiled a series of public conduct rules that went into effect on Saturday and include fines for 19 different types of infractions, including playing loud music in a residential neighbourhood, not picking up pet waste and spitting in the street.
After returning home from his US visit, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation at 11 am today in his 'Mann Ki Baat'.
Tibetans in Dharamshala organised a special prayer service for Guru Padmasabhava and for the long life of the Dalai Lama. The five-day prayer ceremony concluded yesterday.
At least 36 people killed in a road crash in east China on Sunday
India's first indigenous beyond visual air-to-air missile for fighters, after 15 years, is now ready. The DRDO is expected to order at least 200 missiles for its Sukhoi-30 MKI jets.
A 5-year-old male elephant died due to electrocution after getting tangled in a farm's solar fencing in Kalkothi, Coimbatore
Aarti' being performed at the Mumba Devi Temple on the first day of Navratri and various other places across the country.
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