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Seven Indians abducted by armed men in Afghanistan

In Afghanistan, unidentified armed men abducted seven Indians and one Afghan employee of an Indian infrastructure company in Baghlan province on Sunday. They were abducted while travelling to the area, where the company owns an electricity sub-station contract. Baghlan provincial council has linked the incident to the Taliban. No group …

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SC strikes down UP law allowing ex-CMs to keep govt house

A bench headed by Justice Ranjan Gogoi said the amendment in the legislation was ultra vires to the Constitution since it transgresses the concept of equality under the Constitution. The bench said the amendment was “arbitrary, discriminatory” and violates the concept of equality. The apex court said that once such …

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PM Narendra Modi addresses Karnataka BJP workers

“It is the good luck of BJP that instead of people being heaped on us from above, workers start working for people from the grassroots level & stays among them for 20-25 years,” PM Modi told Yuva Morcha Karyakartas of BJP Karnataka via the NaMo App. The Prime Minister emphasised …

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Lebanese election turnout was 49.2 percent – minister

Hezbollah supporters drove through the streets of Baalbeck in a convoy of cars, decked out with the group’s flags and photos of Lebanon’s Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah. The turnout in Lebanon’s parliamentary election was 49.2 percent, down from 54 percent the last time legislative elections were held nine years ago, interior …

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‘Noon Assembly’ campaign gains momentum in Delhi schools

From the time immemorial, school assembly has always taken place in the morning, but a change in lifestyle in metropolitan cities, incidence of Vitamin ‘D’ deficiencies amongst children were seen a sharp increase. In order to fight the deficiency, schools in Delhi has come forward to hold the morning assembly …

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Birth anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore

A revered poet, mercurial writer, calming musician and a cursive painter. These are few of the facets of the towering figure that Rabindranath Tagore was. Tagore was a born poet and he penned his first poetry when he was mere eight years old. At sixteen, Tagore released his first substantial poems …

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PM Narendra Modi to address Karnataka BJP workers today

Prime Minister Modi took to Twitter and said, “On Monday, 7th May, at 9 AM I look forward to an interaction with @BJP4Karnataka Yuva Morcha Karyakartas via the NaMo App. Our young and energetic Karyakartas are doing commendable work at the grassroots level and popularising the good work of the …

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Vice President reaches Guatemala

The Vice President was received by the Foreign Minister of Guatemala, Sandra Jovel and the Ambassador of India to Guatemala Sajeev Babu Kurup at the airport. He inspected a guard of honour on his arrival in Guatemala City. Naidu is on a five-day visit to Latin America’s Guatemala, Peru and Panama commencing from May 6. This is the Vice President’s first …

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Pakistan Interior Minister escapes assassination bid

Pakistan’s Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal was injured in an assassination attempt when an unidentified man opened fire at him in Punjab province after he addressed a political rally. The local police said that Iqbal was hit by a bullet on his right shoulder in the attack in his native Narowal’s …

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Five Indians abducted by armed men in Afghanistan

Unidentified armed men abducted five Indians working for Indian infrastructure company in Afghanistan’s Baghlan province. The incident happened in Bagh-e-Shamal village in Baghla province.  They were abducted while traveling to the area, where the company owns an electricity sub-station contract. Baghlan provincial council has linked the incident to the Taliban, …

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Six Indians abducted by armed men in Afghanistan

The incident happened in Bagh-e-Shamal village in Baghla province as reported by the Tolo news. They were abducted while traveling to the area, where the company owns an electricity sub-station contract. Baghlan provincial council has linked the incident to the Taliban, but no group has claimed responsibility for the abduction …

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