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High-Level US Delegation To Meet Dalai Lama To Discuss Tibet-China Bill

High-Level US Delegation To Meet Dalai Lama To Discuss Tibet-China Bill

Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday June 18, 2024, Dharamsala

As the Resolve Tibet Bill advances closer to becoming law to enhance American support for Tibet, a high-level US congressional delegation, led by Michael McCaul, is reaching Dharmshala on Tuesday to meet Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama

Google Brings AI Assistant Gemini's Mobile App To India In 9 Languages

Google Brings AI Assistant Gemini's Mobile App To India In 9 Languages

Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday June 18, 2024, New Delhi

Amid the growing debate over artificial intelligence (AI) models, Google on Tuesday launched its AI assistant Gemini's mobile app in India.

Congress Campaigner For 2 Decades, Priyanka Gandhi Takes Poll Dive

Congress Campaigner For 2 Decades, Priyanka Gandhi Takes Poll Dive

Reported by Sunil Prabhu, Edited by Saikat Kumar Bose | Tuesday June 18, 2024, New Delhi

The Congress's decision to field Priyanka Gandhi Vadra for the by-election in Kerala's Wayanad marks her debut in electoral politics, but she has been part of the party's campaigns and outreach programmes for about two decades now

Human Error Or Signal Failure? What Led To Bengal Train Crash That Killed 9

Human Error Or Signal Failure? What Led To Bengal Train Crash That Killed 9

Reported by Ratnadip Choudhury,Saurabh Gupta, Edited by Samiran Mishra | Tuesday June 18, 2024, Kolkata

The Kanchanjunga Express was travelling from Agartala in Tripura to Sealdah in Kolkata when a goods train hit it from behind near Rangapani station, close to New Jalpaiguri Monday morning, resulting in the deaths of nine people and injuries to 41.

Fitch Ratings Raises India's Growth Forecast For Current Fiscal To 7.2%

Fitch Ratings Raises India's Growth Forecast For Current Fiscal To 7.2%

Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 18, 2024, New Delhi

Fitch Ratings on Tuesday raised India's growth forecast for current fiscal to 7.2 per cent, from 7 per cent projected in March, citing a recovery in consumer spending and increased investment.

Ex S Korean First Lady Files Defamation Case Against Lawmaker Over India Trip Row

Ex S Korean First Lady Files Defamation Case Against Lawmaker Over India Trip Row

Asian News International | Tuesday June 18, 2024, Seoul

Former South Korean First Lady Kim Jung-sook, wife of ex-President Moon Jae-in, has taken legal action against ruling party lawmaker Rep Bae Hyun-jin, accusing him of spreading false information and defamation regarding her solo trip to India in 2018

India Has More Nuclear Weapons Than Pak, China Far Ahead: Report

India Has More Nuclear Weapons Than Pak, China Far Ahead: Report

Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 18, 2024, New Delhi

Nine nuclear-armed nations including the US, Russia, France, China, India and Pakistan, continued to modernise their nuclear arsenals and several of them deployed new nuclear-capable weapon systems in 2023, a Swedish think-tank said on Monday.

Punjab Woman Shot Dead In New Jersey By Indian-Origin Man, Another Critical

Punjab Woman Shot Dead In New Jersey By Indian-Origin Man, Another Critical

NDTV News Desk | Tuesday June 18, 2024, New Delhi

An Indian-origin woman was killed, and another was critically injured in a shooting in New Jersey's Middlesex County in the US.

Rahul Gandhi In Raebareli, Priyanka In Wayanad: Decoding Congress' Move

Rahul Gandhi In Raebareli, Priyanka In Wayanad: Decoding Congress' Move

Reported by Sunil Prabhu, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Tuesday June 18, 2024, New Delhi

The Congress decision to have Rahul Gandhi retain Raebareli and his sister Priyanka Gandhi Vadra contest from the seat he is vacating, Kerala's Wayanad, is seen as one of the party's better planned strategic moves.

Indian Accused In Khalistani Terrorist's Murder Plot Produced In US Court

Indian Accused In Khalistani Terrorist's Murder Plot Produced In US Court

Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 18, 2024, Washington

Indian national Nikhil Gupta, 53, accused of being involved in a murder-for-hire plot against a Khalistani terrorist on American soil, will now face justice in a US courtroom, Attorney General Merrick Garland has said.

US, India Share Unique Bond Of Friendship: White House

US, India Share Unique Bond Of Friendship: White House

Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 18, 2024, Washington

As the world's two oldest and largest democracies, the United States and India share a unique bond of friendship and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan's visit will further deepen the partnership to create a safer Indo-Pacific, White House said.

Delhi Court Denies Bail To Man Accused Of Trafficking Indians To Russia

Delhi Court Denies Bail To Man Accused Of Trafficking Indians To Russia

Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 18, 2024, New Delhi

Delhi court has denied bail to a man accused of trafficking Indian citizens to Russia to be deployed on battlefront in the war against Ukraine against their will, observing that charges against him are serious and he could try to destroy evidence.

"Will Challenge In Court": Aditya Thackeray Amid Row Over Mumbai North West Lok Sabha Result

"Will Challenge In Court": Aditya Thackeray Amid Row Over Mumbai North West Lok Sabha Result

Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 18, 2024, Mumbai

Shiv Sena (UBT) leader Aaditya Thackeray on Monday said his party will seek legal recourse over the Mumbai North West Lok Sabha seat result, claiming victory was snatched from their candidate by "misuse" of the official machinery.

Amid Crisis, Atishi Urges Haryana To Release Water Into Yamuna River

Amid Crisis, Atishi Urges Haryana To Release Water Into Yamuna River

Asian News International | Tuesday June 18, 2024, New Delhi

Delhi's Water Minister Atishi on Monday appealed Haryana government to release the water and solve the problems of the people of Delhi amid the escalating water crisis and sweltering heat.

"Every Tesla Car Can Be Hacked": Ex-Minister Shreds Elon Musk's EVM Comment

"Every Tesla Car Can Be Hacked": Ex-Minister Shreds Elon Musk's EVM Comment

NDTV News Desk | Tuesday June 18, 2024, New Delhi

Former Union Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar, who had offered US billionaire Elon Musk a "tutorial" on Indian Electronic Voting Machines, today doubled down on his argument, saying going by the Tesla chief's logic, "every Tesla car can be hacked".

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