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  • Watch: Army Choppers Rescue Trekkers Stranded On Frozen River In Ladakh

    Watch: Army Choppers Rescue Trekkers Stranded On Frozen River In Ladakh

    A group of tourists who were stranded in the icy heights of Zanskar River in Ladakh were rescued by the Army on Tuesday. The Army said several search and rescue teams from the "Fire and Fury Corps" were rushed in helicopters to the Chaddar trek route in the Union Territory after getting a request for help from the administration.

  • Punjab Government To "Go By Will Of Assembly" On CAA, Citizens' List

    Punjab Government To "Go By Will Of Assembly" On CAA, Citizens' List

    The Punjab government will go by the will of the state assembly on the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the National Population Register (NPR), it said in a statement on Tuesday. This was decided by ministers of the state government during a discussion after a cabinet meeting, the statement said.

  • Jeff Bezos, In India, Pays Respects To "Someone Who Truly Changed World"

    Jeff Bezos, In India, Pays Respects To "Someone Who Truly Changed World"

    Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos visited the memorial to Mahatma Gandhi in Delhi after he landed in India on Tuesday. He posted a video where he is seen in a white kurta and an orange half-jacket, carrying a colourful wreath of flowers on the lawns of the memorial at Raj Ghat near central Delhi.

  • Minus 57 Degree Celsius In Siachen, Troops Face Avalanches

    Minus 57 Degree Celsius In Siachen, Troops Face Avalanches

    Well-rehearsed drills to escape from natural disasters have saved the lives of over 200 Indian Army troops in the higher reaches of Jammu and Kashmir, where temperatures fall to as low as minus 57 degree Celsius.

  • After RBI Order On Bengaluru Bank, Tejasvi Surya's 'No Panic' Tweet

    After RBI Order On Bengaluru Bank, Tejasvi Surya's 'No Panic' Tweet

    BJP MP Tejasvi Surya has sought to calm down panicked depositors of a co-operative bank in Bengaluru after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) restricted the bank from doing business with immediate effect and capped withdrawal limit at Rs 35,000.

  • "JNU Fee Hike Sorted, Protest Not Justified": Human Resources Minister

    "JNU Fee Hike Sorted, Protest Not Justified": Human Resources Minister

    Human Resources Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank today said the hostel fee hike issue in Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University has been resolved and any continuation of protest by students is not justified.

  • 2 Congress Leaders Join Arvind Kejriwal's AAP Weeks Before Delhi Polls

    2 Congress Leaders Join Arvind Kejriwal's AAP Weeks Before Delhi Polls

    Two Congress leaders, Ram Singh Netaji and Vinay Mishra, joined Delhi's ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday, just weeks ahead of the February 8 assembly elections. Vinay Mishra is the son of former Congress MP Mahabal Mishra. Ram Singh Netaji is a former MLA. They joined AAP in the presence of its national convenor Arvind Kejriwal and party lead...

  • Plane Makes Emergency Landing At Kolkata After Woman Claims She Has Bombs

    Plane Makes Emergency Landing At Kolkata After Woman Claims She Has Bombs

    An AirAsia flight going from Kolkata to Mumbai had to make a mid-air U-turn after a passenger threatened to blow up the aircraft, officials said.

  • "Citizenship Law Not To Snatch Citizenship...": PM In Kolkata On Day 2

    "Citizenship Law Not To Snatch Citizenship...": PM In Kolkata On Day 2

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on the second day of his visit to Kolkata, accused the opposition of spreading misinformation about the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, or CAA. Addressing students at the Belur Math, the headquarters of the Ramakrishna Mission, where he spent the night, PM Modi said, "The citizenship law is not to snatch citizenship, but ...

  • Naval Tejas Prototype Is First Home-Made Jet To Land On Aircraft Carrier

    Naval Tejas Prototype Is First Home-Made Jet To Land On Aircraft Carrier

    A prototype of the naval version of the Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas became the first Indian-made fighter jet to land on the deck of an aircraft carrier, sources have said. The prototype successfully landed on the deck of India's only operational aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya, marking a big step-up in the overall LCA programme.

  • "Something Special...": PM Modi Before Visiting Bengal's Ramakrishna Mission

    "Something Special...": PM Modi Before Visiting Bengal's Ramakrishna Mission

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of his two-day visit to West Bengal starting this evening said he is "excited" to be in the state. He said he is "delighted" to be spending time at the Ramakrishna Mission.

  • St Stephen's Students Boycott Classes In "Very, Very Rare" Move, For JNU

    St Stephen's Students Boycott Classes In "Very, Very Rare" Move, For JNU

    Students of St Stephen's in Delhi boycotted classes and protested on the lawns today - in a gesture described as "very rare" for the college - to express solidarity with Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students and teachers attacked by a masked mob on Sunday.

  • "Retaliated Only In Defence": Iran's Envoy To India On Missile Strikes

    "Retaliated Only In Defence": Iran's Envoy To India On Missile Strikes

    Hours after Iran fired 15 ballistic missiles at two military bases housing American and coalition troops in Iraq, the Iranian Ambassador to India has said his country has "retaliated not from behind, but from the front" against the killing of its top commander in an airstrike by the US last week.

  • "Dummy Execution" Soon For Nirbhaya Convicts' Hangings: Tihar Jail

    "Dummy Execution" Soon For Nirbhaya Convicts' Hangings: Tihar Jail

    To prepare for the execution on January 22 of four convicts sentenced to death for the 2012 gang-rape and murder of Nirbhaya, a "dummy execution" will be carried out at Delhi's Tihar jail soon, a statement said on Wednesday.

  • 'Indians In Iraq, Be Alert': Government Issues Travel Advisory

    'Indians In Iraq, Be Alert': Government Issues Travel Advisory

    India has asked its citizens to avoid all non-essential travel to Iraq, amid rising tension between Iran and the US after a drone strike by the American military killed a top Iranian commander last week. Iran retaliated today with ballistic missile strikes at two bases used by US and coalition forces in Iraq.

'Debanish Achom' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • Watch: Army Choppers Rescue Trekkers Stranded On Frozen River In Ladakh

    Watch: Army Choppers Rescue Trekkers Stranded On Frozen River In Ladakh

    A group of tourists who were stranded in the icy heights of Zanskar River in Ladakh were rescued by the Army on Tuesday. The Army said several search and rescue teams from the "Fire and Fury Corps" were rushed in helicopters to the Chaddar trek route in the Union Territory after getting a request for help from the administration.

  • Punjab Government To "Go By Will Of Assembly" On CAA, Citizens' List

    Punjab Government To "Go By Will Of Assembly" On CAA, Citizens' List

    The Punjab government will go by the will of the state assembly on the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the National Population Register (NPR), it said in a statement on Tuesday. This was decided by ministers of the state government during a discussion after a cabinet meeting, the statement said.

  • Jeff Bezos, In India, Pays Respects To "Someone Who Truly Changed World"

    Jeff Bezos, In India, Pays Respects To "Someone Who Truly Changed World"

    Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos visited the memorial to Mahatma Gandhi in Delhi after he landed in India on Tuesday. He posted a video where he is seen in a white kurta and an orange half-jacket, carrying a colourful wreath of flowers on the lawns of the memorial at Raj Ghat near central Delhi.

  • Minus 57 Degree Celsius In Siachen, Troops Face Avalanches

    Minus 57 Degree Celsius In Siachen, Troops Face Avalanches

    Well-rehearsed drills to escape from natural disasters have saved the lives of over 200 Indian Army troops in the higher reaches of Jammu and Kashmir, where temperatures fall to as low as minus 57 degree Celsius.

  • After RBI Order On Bengaluru Bank, Tejasvi Surya's 'No Panic' Tweet

    After RBI Order On Bengaluru Bank, Tejasvi Surya's 'No Panic' Tweet

    BJP MP Tejasvi Surya has sought to calm down panicked depositors of a co-operative bank in Bengaluru after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) restricted the bank from doing business with immediate effect and capped withdrawal limit at Rs 35,000.

  • "JNU Fee Hike Sorted, Protest Not Justified": Human Resources Minister

    "JNU Fee Hike Sorted, Protest Not Justified": Human Resources Minister

    Human Resources Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank today said the hostel fee hike issue in Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru University has been resolved and any continuation of protest by students is not justified.

  • 2 Congress Leaders Join Arvind Kejriwal's AAP Weeks Before Delhi Polls

    2 Congress Leaders Join Arvind Kejriwal's AAP Weeks Before Delhi Polls

    Two Congress leaders, Ram Singh Netaji and Vinay Mishra, joined Delhi's ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday, just weeks ahead of the February 8 assembly elections. Vinay Mishra is the son of former Congress MP Mahabal Mishra. Ram Singh Netaji is a former MLA. They joined AAP in the presence of its national convenor Arvind Kejriwal and party lead...

  • Plane Makes Emergency Landing At Kolkata After Woman Claims She Has Bombs

    Plane Makes Emergency Landing At Kolkata After Woman Claims She Has Bombs

    An AirAsia flight going from Kolkata to Mumbai had to make a mid-air U-turn after a passenger threatened to blow up the aircraft, officials said.

  • "Citizenship Law Not To Snatch Citizenship...": PM In Kolkata On Day 2

    "Citizenship Law Not To Snatch Citizenship...": PM In Kolkata On Day 2

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on the second day of his visit to Kolkata, accused the opposition of spreading misinformation about the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, or CAA. Addressing students at the Belur Math, the headquarters of the Ramakrishna Mission, where he spent the night, PM Modi said, "The citizenship law is not to snatch citizenship, but ...

  • Naval Tejas Prototype Is First Home-Made Jet To Land On Aircraft Carrier

    Naval Tejas Prototype Is First Home-Made Jet To Land On Aircraft Carrier

    A prototype of the naval version of the Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas became the first Indian-made fighter jet to land on the deck of an aircraft carrier, sources have said. The prototype successfully landed on the deck of India's only operational aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya, marking a big step-up in the overall LCA programme.

  • "Something Special...": PM Modi Before Visiting Bengal's Ramakrishna Mission

    "Something Special...": PM Modi Before Visiting Bengal's Ramakrishna Mission

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of his two-day visit to West Bengal starting this evening said he is "excited" to be in the state. He said he is "delighted" to be spending time at the Ramakrishna Mission.

  • St Stephen's Students Boycott Classes In "Very, Very Rare" Move, For JNU

    St Stephen's Students Boycott Classes In "Very, Very Rare" Move, For JNU

    Students of St Stephen's in Delhi boycotted classes and protested on the lawns today - in a gesture described as "very rare" for the college - to express solidarity with Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students and teachers attacked by a masked mob on Sunday.

  • "Retaliated Only In Defence": Iran's Envoy To India On Missile Strikes

    "Retaliated Only In Defence": Iran's Envoy To India On Missile Strikes

    Hours after Iran fired 15 ballistic missiles at two military bases housing American and coalition troops in Iraq, the Iranian Ambassador to India has said his country has "retaliated not from behind, but from the front" against the killing of its top commander in an airstrike by the US last week.

  • "Dummy Execution" Soon For Nirbhaya Convicts' Hangings: Tihar Jail

    "Dummy Execution" Soon For Nirbhaya Convicts' Hangings: Tihar Jail

    To prepare for the execution on January 22 of four convicts sentenced to death for the 2012 gang-rape and murder of Nirbhaya, a "dummy execution" will be carried out at Delhi's Tihar jail soon, a statement said on Wednesday.

  • 'Indians In Iraq, Be Alert': Government Issues Travel Advisory

    'Indians In Iraq, Be Alert': Government Issues Travel Advisory

    India has asked its citizens to avoid all non-essential travel to Iraq, amid rising tension between Iran and the US after a drone strike by the American military killed a top Iranian commander last week. Iran retaliated today with ballistic missile strikes at two bases used by US and coalition forces in Iraq.

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