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Major Shake-Up At Intelligence Agencies, Hunt On For New Chiefs

Major Shake-Up At Intelligence Agencies, Hunt On For New Chiefs

Written by Neeta Sharma | Monday May 23, 2022, New Delhi

As tenure of heads of India's intelligence agencies come to an end, the government is working overtime to look for replacements.

Starbucks To Completely Cease Operations In Russia, Will Close 130 Cafes

Starbucks To Completely Cease Operations In Russia, Will Close 130 Cafes

Agence France-Presse | Monday May 23, 2022, New York

Starbucks Close Cafes In Russia: Starbucks today it will cease operations in Russia, shuttering its 130 cafes in the country. The coffee chain, which suspended its operations in early March following the invasion of Ukraine in late February.

Big Meetings For BJP, Opposition In Race To July Presidential Polls

Big Meetings For BJP, Opposition In Race To July Presidential Polls

Reported by Akhilesh Sharma,Sunil Prabhu | Monday May 23, 2022, New Delhi

Top BJP leaders, including Amit Shah and JP Nadda, held a four-hour meeting today on the Rajya Sabha election and the presidential election just two months away.

India sends 40,000 Metric Tonnes Of Petrol To Crisis-Hit Sri Lanka

India sends 40,000 Metric Tonnes Of Petrol To Crisis-Hit Sri Lanka

Press Trust of India | Monday May 23, 2022, Colombo

India on Monday said it has delivered around 40,000 metric tonnes of petrol to Sri Lanka, days after supplying 40,000 metric tonnes of diesel under the Indian credit line to help ease the acute fuel shortage in the debt-ridden island nation.

US F-18 Fighter Jets In India To Demonstrate Operational Capability: Report

US F-18 Fighter Jets In India To Demonstrate Operational Capability: Report

Press Trust of India | Monday May 23, 2022, New Delhi

Two Boeing F/A-18E Super Hornet fighter aircrafts have arrived in India to showcase their operational capability at a naval facility in Goa as the Indian Navy plans to acquire a fleet of combat jets for its indigenous aircraft carrier (IAC) Vikrant.

Monkeypox Can Be Stopped Outside Endemic Countries: WHO

Monkeypox Can Be Stopped Outside Endemic Countries: WHO

Agence France-Presse | Monday May 23, 2022, Geneva, Switzerland

The monkeypox outbreaks in non-endemic countries can be contained and human-to-human transmission of the virus stopped, the World Health Organization said Monday.

Gautam Adani, Lawyer Karuna Nundy On Time's 100 Most Influential List

Gautam Adani, Lawyer Karuna Nundy On Time's 100 Most Influential List

Press Trust of India | Monday May 23, 2022, New York

Billionaire industrialist Gautam Adani and advocate Karuna Nundy have been named by TIME magazine today as among the 100 Most Influential People of 2022.

Court Asks Actor Vijay Babu To Show Return Tickets For Anticipatory Bail

Court Asks Actor Vijay Babu To Show Return Tickets For Anticipatory Bail

Press Trust of India | Monday May 23, 2022, Kochi

The Kerala High Court on Monday said it will consider Malayalam movie producer and actor Vijay Babu's plea for anticipatory bail only after he produces tickets indicating when he is going to return to India.

Delhi Likely To Receive More Rain, Thunderstorm Tonight

Delhi Likely To Receive More Rain, Thunderstorm Tonight

Press Trust of India | Monday May 23, 2022, New Delhi

Delhi is likely to witness another spell of thunderstorm and heavy rain on Monday night after the first bout early morning gave residents much-needed respite from the sweltering heat.

Delhi's New Lt Governor Is Vinai Saxena, Ex Chief Of Khadi Commission

Delhi's New Lt Governor Is Vinai Saxena, Ex Chief Of Khadi Commission

NDTV News Desk | Monday May 23, 2022, New Delhi

Delhi got its new Lieutenant Governor in Vinai Kumar Saxena on Monday, just days after his predecessor Anil Baijal resigned citing "personal reasons".

Congress Brings Back Old War Horse Sarat Pattnayak As Odisha Party Chief

Congress Brings Back Old War Horse Sarat Pattnayak As Odisha Party Chief

Press Trust of India | Monday May 23, 2022, Bhubaneswar

Congress on Monday brought back its old war horse Sarat Pattnayak appointing him the new Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee president replacing Niranjan Patnaik ending long drawn speculations and uncertainties in the grand old party.

"Shocking": Supreme Court On Acquittal Without Witnesses Being Examined

"Shocking": Supreme Court On Acquittal Without Witnesses Being Examined

Press Trust of India | Monday May 23, 2022, New Delhi

The Supreme Court Monday termed it a "very sorry" state of affairs and "shocking" that a trial court in Bihar acquitted the accused in a murder case without examining all the witnesses.

Centre Relaxes Family Pension Rules For Missing Government Employees

Centre Relaxes Family Pension Rules For Missing Government Employees

Press Trust of India | Monday May 23, 2022, New Delhi

Union Minister Jitendra Singh today said family pension rules for missing central government employees have been relaxed. According to the order, if a central government employee goes missing during service, the family would be paid the pension.

Declared Dead, Newborn Found Alive At Graveyard In J&K's Banihal

Declared Dead, Newborn Found Alive At Graveyard In J&K's Banihal

Press Trust of India | Monday May 23, 2022, Banihal (J&K)

A baby girl who was declared dead in a hospital in Jammu and Kashmir's Banihalsoon after her birth on Monday was found to be alive when her family was forced to dig up her grave nearly an hour after she was buried, officials said.

Heat Wave In India Poses Risks For Nation's Credit: Moody's

Heat Wave In India Poses Risks For Nation's Credit: Moody's

Bijou George, Bloomberg | Monday May 23, 2022

A heat wave that's made parts of India the hottest in 122 years may be a warning that heightened climate risks could drag on economic growth and worsen the nation's credit scores.