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"Would've Lost Galwan, Doklam If India Had Not Invested In Security": Army Vice-Chief

"Would've Lost Galwan, Doklam If India Had Not Invested In Security": Army Vice-Chief

Asian News International | Monday September 27, 2021, New Delhi

Vice Chief of Army Staff Lieutenant General C P Mohanty today said that if India wouldn't have invested in its armed forces, then the country would have lost the battles in Galwan and Doklam

BJP "Changed" Caste Of King Mihir Bhoj For Votes, Says Akhilesh Yadav

BJP "Changed" Caste Of King Mihir Bhoj For Votes, Says Akhilesh Yadav

Press Trust of India | Sunday September 26, 2021, Lucknow

Samajwadi Party (SP) chief Akhilesh Yadav today accused the BJP of "changing" the caste of ninth-century ruler Mihir Bhoj and tampering with historical facts to secure the votes of a certain community.

4 Teens Go For Swim In Brahmaputra After Tuition, Drown; 1 Missing

4 Teens Go For Swim In Brahmaputra After Tuition, Drown; 1 Missing

Written by Ratnadip Choudhury | Sunday September 26, 2021, Guwahati

Three teenagers have drowned in Brahmaputra River and one is missing after they went for a swim at Pandu Ghat in Guwahati, capital city of Assam, on Sunday afternoon.

Punjab Congress Firmly With Farmers' Bharat Bandh Call, Says Navjot Sidhu

Punjab Congress Firmly With Farmers' Bharat Bandh Call, Says Navjot Sidhu

Asian News International | Sunday September 26, 2021, Chandigarh

Congress stands with farmer unions' call for ''Bharat Bandh'' tomorrow to protest against three farm laws passed in the Parliament last year, said the party's Punjab unit chief Navjot Singh Sidhu

CBI Seeks 10-Day Custody Of 3 Accused In Seer's Alleged Suicide

CBI Seeks 10-Day Custody Of 3 Accused In Seer's Alleged Suicide

Asian News International | Sunday September 26, 2021, New Delhi

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Sunday moved an application in Prayagraj court seeking 10-day custody of the three accused in the case of the alleged suicide of Akhil Bhartiya Akhara Parishad (ABAP) President Mahant Narendra Giri.

PM Visits Parliament Building Construction Site At Night, Inspects Work

PM Visits Parliament Building Construction Site At Night, Inspects Work

Reported by Akhilesh Sharma, Edited by Shatabdi Chowdhury | Sunday September 26, 2021, New Delhi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the construction site of the new Parliament building in Delhi late this evening. Clad in a white kurta-churidar along with a safety helmet, he was seen inspecting the work-in-progress.

"Woman Officers' Visibility Can...": Supreme Court Judge Applauds Chief Justice

"Woman Officers' Visibility Can...": Supreme Court Judge Applauds Chief Justice

Written by Sukirti Dwivedi , Edited by Harish Pullanoor | Sunday September 26, 2021, New Delhi

The appointment of woman judges can shift stereotypes and change attitudes and perceptions of gender roles, Supreme Court Justice BV Nagarathna said. She credited Chief Justice NV Ramana for the possibility of heading the Indian judiciary in 2027.

India Has Suffered Due To Colonial-Era Laws, Says Supreme Court Judge

India Has Suffered Due To Colonial-Era Laws, Says Supreme Court Judge

Press Trust of India | Sunday September 26, 2021, New Delhi

Supreme Court judge P S Narasimha today said India has suffered over 70 years due to colonial era laws and their interpretation and that de-colonialisation of laws is a constitutional mission for the judges.

"BJP Has Cheated Sugarcane Farmers In UP": Priyanka Gandhi Vadra

"BJP Has Cheated Sugarcane Farmers In UP": Priyanka Gandhi Vadra

Press Trust of India | Sunday September 26, 2021, New Delhi

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Sunday said the BJP has "cheated" the sugarcane farmers in a "big way" as there has been only a marginal hike in the price under its rule while the input costs have gone up many times.

Watch: Punjab Chief Minister Stops Vehicle To Greet Newly-Wed Couple

Watch: Punjab Chief Minister Stops Vehicle To Greet Newly-Wed Couple

Edited by Shatabdi Chowdhury | Sunday September 26, 2021, New Delhi

A newly-wed couple in Punjab was in for a pleasant surprise when Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi stopped his vehicle to greet them. He spotted the couple in Mandi Kalan village during his visit to Bathinda.

"Avoid Shifting Goalposts": India's Envoy To China On Bilateral Ties

"Avoid Shifting Goalposts": India's Envoy To China On Bilateral Ties

Asian News International | Sunday September 26, 2021, Beijing

India's envoy to China, Vikram Misri, has said "shifting of goalposts" should be avoided in bilateral relations as they serve as an obstacle that could block progress.

"Left-Wing Extremism" Reduced To Only 3 Districts In Odisha: Naveen Patnaik

"Left-Wing Extremism" Reduced To Only 3 Districts In Odisha: Naveen Patnaik

Asian News International | Sunday September 26, 2021, New Delhi

"Left-Wing extremism" has been reduced to only three districts in Odisha, said state Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Sunday.

Jharkhand All-Party Delegation Meets Amit Shah, Seeks Caste-Based Census

Jharkhand All-Party Delegation Meets Amit Shah, Seeks Caste-Based Census

Press Trust of India | Sunday September 26, 2021, New Delhi

An all-party delegation from Jharkhand led by Chief Minister Hemant Soren met Home Minister Amit Shah today and demanded that a caste-based census be conducted in the country.

Two Children Drown In Pit Dug For Sewage Line In Madhya Pradesh

Two Children Drown In Pit Dug For Sewage Line In Madhya Pradesh

Press Trust of India | Sunday September 26, 2021, Katni, Madhya Pradesh

Two children drowned today in a water-filled pit dug for a sewage plant in Madhya Pradesh's Katni district, the police said. The two - Krishna Bain (8) and Riya Bain (9) - were cousins, they said.

PM Modi To Launch Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission Tomorrow

PM Modi To Launch Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission Tomorrow

Asian News International | Sunday September 26, 2021, New Delhi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission at 11 am tomorrow via video conferencing, which will be followed by his address on the occasion, the Prime Minister's Office informed Sunday.