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Centre’s Special Outreach Programme in J&K

The Ministers include Giriraj Singh, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Prahlad Joshi and Ramesh Pokhriyal. The Union Ministers are inaugurating various developmental projects and meeting people on ground to receive their feedback and suggestions for strengthening Panchayats and Block Development Councils and encourage public participation in developmental initiatives.  During the programme, which ... Read More »

PM Modi interacts with awardees of Rashtriya Bal Puraskar

Interacting with the 49 awardees of Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar, Prime Minister Modi said that he is amazed that at such young age these children performed incredible tasks. He said, these children have shown courage to fight difficult situations. The Prime Minister said that one must never rest on their ... Read More »

PM Modi to interact with awardees of Rashtriya Bal Puraskar

Women and Child Development Minister Smriti Irani said, children will interact with the Prime Minister and share their valuable ideas and thoughts during the meeting. She said, Children’s bravery, perseverance and zeal for innovation is an inspiration to all. Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar aims at encouraging children to excel ... Read More »

1st T20I of 5-match series between India, New Zealand

The match will start at 12.20 PM Indian time. India will play five T20 matches, three ODIs and two Tests in the one and half-month long tour to New Zealand. This will be India’s first-ever involvement in a five-match T20 series since they played their first 20-over international in South ... Read More »

Bus returning with poll party rams into trola, RO decapitated

Udaipur : A bus returning with poll personnel and polling materials fell into gorge after ramming into a trola on Thursday evening in Rajsamand district. The team was returning after conducting election in Borwas gram panchyat under Bhim panchayat samiti. A returning officer was brutally killed while two policemen sustained injuries. ... Read More »

ICJ orders Myanmar to take steps to prevent Rohingya Genocide

In a unanimous decision by 17 Judges of the ICJ, the court observed that there was prima facie evidence of breaches of the convention by Myanmar. The ICJ said that the estimated 600,000 Rohingya remaining in Myanmar were “extremely vulnerable” to violence at the hands of the military. In its ... Read More »

Russian-led strikes on rebel-held northwest Syria kill 18 

Victims include a family of eight with six children who were killed in a village of government-controlled Aleppo. At least eight other civilians were killed in other strikes by Russian and Syrian government warplanes on rural opposition areas that have been hit hard since the Russian-led military campaign.  However, Moscow ... Read More »

Snow blankets Spanish town, Storm Gloria bring freezing weather

Till now at least eight people have been killed, while three people remained missing four days after Gloria began pummelling the region with torrential rain and heavy snowfall alike. In view of the storm, flights were canceled at several airports in eastern Spain due to the downpours and strong winds ... Read More »