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  • Drinking Water Supply Halved In Chennai As Tamil Nadu Battles Drought

    Drinking Water Supply Halved In Chennai As Tamil Nadu Battles Drought

    Chennai is facing an acute crisis of drinking water as all four lakes around the city have dried up, the local authorities have said. Tamil Nadu is witnessing the worst drought in 140 years and drinking water to the state's capital city has been cut down by 50 per cent, say water supply officials. The city requires 830 million litres of water a da...

  • Clashes In Srinagar On Eid, Police Use Tear Gas To Disperse Protesters

    Clashes In Srinagar On Eid, Police Use Tear Gas To Disperse Protesters

    Several areas in Jammu and Kashmir, including capital city Srinagar, witnessed violence on the morning of Eid, in which 10 people were reported to have been injured.

  • 7,000 Reforms Like GST For Easier Business, PM Modi Tells US CEOs

    7,000 Reforms Like GST For Easier Business, PM Modi Tells US CEOs

    It was a stellar list of 21 industry leaders that turned up to hear Prime Minister Narendra Modi on a Sunday morning at Washingtons Hotel Willard Intercontinental: It included Googles Sundar Pichai, Amazons Jeff Bezos, Apples Tim Cook, Caterpillars Jim Umpleby and Walmart's Doug McMillon. And to them, PM Modis message was, -Growth of India presents...

  • More Than 12 Maoists Killed In Biggest Operation In Chhattisgarh's Sukma

    More Than 12 Maoists Killed In Biggest Operation In Chhattisgarh's Sukma

    More than 12 Maoists have been killed in a massive anti-Maoist operation launched jointly by the Chhattisgarh Police and CRPF (Central Reserved Police Force) in Sukma district today. Three jawans have also died in Operation Prahar, said DM Awasthi, a senior officer connected with the anti-Maoist operations in the state. The exchange of fire had gon...

  • Will NASA-ISRO Mega Satellite Pass Trump Test? Scientists On Tenterhooks

    Will NASA-ISRO Mega Satellite Pass Trump Test? Scientists On Tenterhooks

    Space scientists in India and America are on tenterhooks as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump meet for their first bilateral in Washington tomorrow. At stake is the world's most expensive earth-imaging satellite till date, which is being jointly made by the NASA and the ISRO.

  • With Video Of Her Speaker Days, Sushma Swaraj Targets Meira Kumar

    With Video Of Her Speaker Days, Sushma Swaraj Targets Meira Kumar

    With the declaration of Meira Kumar as the opposition candidate for President, pitting her against BJP candidate Ram Nath Kovind - open hostilities have started ahead of the July 17 Presidential elections.

  • 7 Killed As Tree Falls Between Cable Car Towers In Jammu And Kashmir's Gulmarg

    7 Killed As Tree Falls Between Cable Car Towers In Jammu And Kashmir's Gulmarg

    Seven people died after a tree fell on the ropeway in Jammu and Kashmir's Gulmarg, snapped the cables and brought one of the cable cars crashing hundreds of feet to the ground.

  • Avoid Eid Prayers In Public, Cops Advised After Srinagar Officer's Killing

    Avoid Eid Prayers In Public, Cops Advised After Srinagar Officer's Killing

    The Jammu and Kashmir Police have asked its personnel to avoid Eid prayers in public places after its officer Mohammed Ayub Pandith, was killed by a mob outside Srinagar's Jama Masjid last week.

  • Jobs, Economy On Agenda As PM Modi Meets US Industry Captains Today

    Jobs, Economy On Agenda As PM Modi Meets US Industry Captains Today

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet a group of top American executives at a roundtable later today in Washington, where he is on a two-day visit. The session will be attended by the chiefs of at least 20 global multinationals - including Apple's Tim Cook, Walmart's Doug McMillon, Caterpillar's Jim Umpleby, Google's Sundar Pichai and Microsoft's ...

  • 'Darkest Day For India': PM Modi Recalls Emergency On Mann Ki Baat

    'Darkest Day For India': PM Modi Recalls Emergency On Mann Ki Baat

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi -- who is currently on a visit to the US -- has greeted the people on the occasion of Eid and Rath Yatra. June 25 also being the 42nd anniversary of the Emergency imposed on the country, he recalled what he dubbed the "darkest day in the history of India" on his monthly radio programme Mann ki Baat.

  • Pak Border Action Team Attack Foiled In Jammu And Kashmir, 2 Soldiers Die

    Pak Border Action Team Attack Foiled In Jammu And Kashmir, 2 Soldiers Die

    Two soldiers died during an exchange of fire with Pakistan's Border Action Team, which had intruded into the Indian side at Poonch in Jammu and Kashmir. There were at least two intruders, one of whom has been killed. Another has managed to escape under cover fire from Pakistan, the army said.

  • Meira Kumar: Former Minister, Lok Sabha Speaker, Presidential Candidate

    Meira Kumar: Former Minister, Lok Sabha Speaker, Presidential Candidate

    The Opposition has pitched Congress's Meira Kumar against former Bihar Governor Ram Nath Kovind, forcing an election to choose the next President of India. The election will be held on July 17. Ms Kumar, from Bihar, is the daughter of Jagjivan Ram, the freedom fighter, Dalit leader and former deputy Prime Minister. The 72-year-old is a veteran poli...

  • AAP Legislator Faints After Being Allegedly Manhandled In Assembly

    AAP Legislator Faints After Being Allegedly Manhandled In Assembly

    A woman legislator of the Aam Aadmi Party from Punjab fell unconscious after allegedly being manhandled by marshalls during a protest in the state assembly today. Sarabjit Kaur Manuke has been admitted in hospital.

  • Gorkha Leader Bimal Gurung Accused Of Murder, Police File Case

    Gorkha Leader Bimal Gurung Accused Of Murder, Police File Case

    Nearly a week after violence hit Bengal's popular hill town of Darjeeling, Bimal Gurung - the Gorkha leader spearheading the statehood agitation in Darjeeling - has been accused of murder. The Bengal police filed a case against him and his wife today, setting the stage for further confrontation with the Mamata Banerjee government.

  • No Bail For Karnataka Men Caught Bursting Crackers After Pak Cricket Win

    No Bail For Karnataka Men Caught Bursting Crackers After Pak Cricket Win

    Three men arrested in Karnataka's Kodagu district for bursting crackers to celebrate Pakistan's victory in ICC Champions trophy have been accused of attempting to hurt religious sentiments. The police said they will not get bail, since the offence comes under a non-bailable section. Tough charges of sedition have also been levelled against 15 men ...

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