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No Video Call, Twitter India Head Summoned To UP Police Station Thursday

No Video Call, Twitter India Head Summoned To UP Police Station Thursday

Monday June 21, 2021

Twitter India head summoned to police station on Thursday over UP assault posts after he offers video call

"Who Is Amarinder Singh...": Navjot Singh Sidhu Amid Punjab Congress Infighting

"Who Is Amarinder Singh...": Navjot Singh Sidhu Amid Punjab Congress Infighting

Reported by Mohammed Ghazali, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Monday June 21, 2021, New Delhi

Navjot Singh Sidhu, whose revolt threatens to damage the Congress ahead of the Punjab election next year, said today that he was "willing to work with Amarinder Singh" but added a condition.

BJP Central Leaders Meet RSS Office Bearers In Lucknow On First Day Of UP Visit

BJP Central Leaders Meet RSS Office Bearers In Lucknow On First Day Of UP Visit

Press Trust of India | Monday June 21, 2021, Lucknow

BJP's BL Santhosh and UP in-charge Radha Mohan Singh today held meetings with RSS office bearers in Lucknow during which Assembly poll preparations and the row over Ram Temple land purchase were discussed, sources said.

Delhi Court Refuses To Interfere In Ruling To Grant Interim Maintenance To Live-in Partner

Delhi Court Refuses To Interfere In Ruling To Grant Interim Maintenance To Live-in Partner

Asian News International | Monday June 21, 2021, New Delhi

The Delhi High Court has refused to interfere with a trial court order granting interim maintenance to a woman, who claimed to be in a live-in relationship with a married man.

Punjab AAP's Chief Ministerial Face To Be From Sikh Community: Arvind Kejriwal

Punjab AAP's Chief Ministerial Face To Be From Sikh Community: Arvind Kejriwal

Press Trust of India | Monday June 21, 2021, Amritsar

Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal today announced that the party's chief ministerial face for the 2022 Punjab assembly polls will be from the Sikh community.

No Scientific Evidence That Vaccination Causes Infertility: Centre

No Scientific Evidence That Vaccination Causes Infertility: Centre

Reported by Sunil Prabhu, Edited by Ridhima Shukla | Monday June 21, 2021, New Delhi

There are "no scientific evidences" suggesting that COVID-19 vaccination can cause infertility, the centre said today following false claims and reports on vaccine side-effects.

"Have Friends In BJP, Opposition Is Not Enemy": Shiv Sena's Arvind Sawant

"Have Friends In BJP, Opposition Is Not Enemy": Shiv Sena's Arvind Sawant

Reported by Srinivasan Jain, Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Monday June 21, 2021, New Delhi

Shiv Sena MP Arvind Sawant today brushed aside talk of his party's reunion with the BJP. He asserted that its alliance with the Congress and NCP in Maharashtra will complete five years in government, internal differences notwithstanding.

Days After Quitting Congress, Four-Time Assam Legislator Joins BJP

Days After Quitting Congress, Four-Time Assam Legislator Joins BJP

Written by Ratnadip Choudhury , Edited by Saikat Kumar Bose | Monday June 21, 2021, Guwahati

Former Congress leader and four-time MLA Rupjyoti Kurmi joined the ruling BJP today in the presence of Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma at an event in Assam's Lakhimpur district.

BSP-Turned-Congress MLAs, Independent Legislators In Rajasthan To Hold Meeting On Wednesday

BSP-Turned-Congress MLAs, Independent Legislators In Rajasthan To Hold Meeting On Wednesday

Press Trust of India | Monday June 21, 2021, Jaipur

Turncoat BSP MLAs who joined the ruling party and independent legislators who supported the Ashok Gehlot-led Congress government during last year's political crisis will hold a joint meeting on Wednesday amid lobbying for ministerial posts.

Appeal To Rahul Gandhi To Get Himself Vaccinated: Ravi Prasad

Appeal To Rahul Gandhi To Get Himself Vaccinated: Ravi Prasad

Asian News International | Monday June 21, 2021, Patna

Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Monday made a "humble appeal" to Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, who has been targeting the Centre over its COVID vaccination policy, to get himself inoculated against the virus.

No Local Body Polls Till 70% People Vaccinated, Says Maharashtra Minister

No Local Body Polls Till 70% People Vaccinated, Says Maharashtra Minister

Press Trust of India | Monday June 21, 2021, Mumbai

Maharashtra Rural Development Minister Hasan Mushrif today said there will be no elections to local bodies in the state till 70 per cent population is vaccinated against COVID-19.

Amarnath Yatra Cancelled For The Second Year In A Row Amid COVID-19

Amarnath Yatra Cancelled For The Second Year In A Row Amid COVID-19

Edited by Debjani Chatterjee | Monday June 21, 2021, New Delhi

Amarnath Yatra 2021: The famous Amarnath Yatra has been cancelled. It is important to save people's lives and so Amarnath Yatra will not be held in larger public interest, the Office of the Lieutenant-Governor of Jammu and Kashmir tweeted.

Citing Father's Day, Telangana Collector Touches Chief Minister's Feet

Citing Father's Day, Telangana Collector Touches Chief Minister's Feet

Written by Uma Sudhir , Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Monday June 21, 2021, Hyderabad

Following the inauguration of his office yesterday by Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhara Rao, Siddipet Collector Venkatram Reddy bowed down and touched the leader's feet. A video of the incident is doing the rounds on social media now.

BJP Calls Meeting To Chalk Out "Counter-Strategy" Against Gupkar Alliance

BJP Calls Meeting To Chalk Out "Counter-Strategy" Against Gupkar Alliance

Press Trust of India | Monday June 21, 2021, Jammu

Jammu and Kashmir BJP president Ravinder Raina on Monday said he is meeting senior party leaders in Jammu to chalk out a "counter-strategy" against Gupkar Alliance ahead of the all-party meeting to be chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi

Situation Due To Post-Poll Violence In Bengal Alarming, Worrisome: Governor

Situation Due To Post-Poll Violence In Bengal Alarming, Worrisome: Governor

Press Trust of India | Monday June 21, 2021, Siliguri, West Bengal

West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar Monday called the situation arising out of the alleged post-poll violence in the state as "alarming and worrisome", and questioned Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for her "ostrich-like stance" on the issue.