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'Debanish Achom With Inputs From Ani ' - 29 News Result(s)

  • Checking Threat Scenario Key To Fixing Optimum Defence Budget: Analysts

    Checking Threat Scenario Key To Fixing Optimum Defence Budget: Analysts

    Since defence is a capital-intensive sector, large, long-term investments need to be done according to needs, say analysts.

  • Indian Embassy Camp In Nepal, Hit By Minor Blast In April, To Be Shifted

    Indian Embassy Camp In Nepal, Hit By Minor Blast In April, To Be Shifted

    An Indian embassy camp office in Nepal's Biratnagar that was hit by a minor explosion in April will be relocated, the foreign ministry said on Monday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had informed about the move to his Nepal counterpart KP Sharma Oli during his visit to the Himalayan nation last week

  • Oman Air Flight Diverted From Congestion-Hit Mumbai Airport Over Upgrade

    Oman Air Flight Diverted From Congestion-Hit Mumbai Airport Over Upgrade

    A landing system instrument upgrade on the runway of Mumbai airport has been leading to cascading delays in flight operations since May 18. On Sunday, an Oman Air flight coming to Mumbai from Muscat was diverted to Hyderabad due to air traffic congestion over Mumbai airport.

  • Dust Storm Damages Mango Harvest, UP Farmers Face 40% Losses

    Dust Storm Damages Mango Harvest, UP Farmers Face 40% Losses

    The dust storm that hit northern parts of the country on Sunday has damaged mango plantations, putting farmers in trouble at a time when it's the peak season for the fruit harvest. Farmers in Uttar Pradesh's Lucknow say the losses incurred by them could run as high as 40 per cent of the harvest. "We have suffered a huge loss as 40 per cent of mango...

  • Woman Gives Birth Under Culvert In Odisha, Elephant Destroyed Her House

    Woman Gives Birth Under Culvert In Odisha, Elephant Destroyed Her House

    An elephant destroyed her house six months ago. She was pregnant then, and was left with no roof above her head. Months later, she gave birth to a baby under a dirty culvert where she herself and the newborn could have contracted life-threatening infections

  • Stop The Chinese From Buying Land For CPEC, Lawyer Tells Pak Top Court

    Stop The Chinese From Buying Land For CPEC, Lawyer Tells Pak Top Court

    A lawyer in Pakistan has gone to the country's highest court with a petition seeking to stop the Chinese from acquiring large tracts of land for the multi-billion dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor or CPEC project

  • Retired Assam Teacher Was Speaking About Bad Roads, Minister Blocked Mic

    Retired Assam Teacher Was Speaking About Bad Roads, Minister Blocked Mic

    A retired teacher in Assam had just started listing out his complaints about bad roads in his area when he was abruptly cut off by a union minister, at a Swachh Bharat Mission event in the state's Nagaon district.

  • Karnataka Man Gets PM Modi Tattoo On His Back In 15-Hour Session

    Karnataka Man Gets PM Modi Tattoo On His Back In 15-Hour Session

    He must be the biggest fan of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He endured 15 hours under the slow-moving hand of a tattoo artist who etched a face of the Prime Minister on his back in black ink. Basvaraj, a resident of Karnataka's Raichur district, said he decided to get the large tattoo made to show his support to the Bharatiya Janata Party's campaig...

  • Pak Military Reaching Out To India For Cooperation, Says Report

    Pak Military Reaching Out To India For Cooperation, Says Report

    Pakistan's Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has recognised that one of the ways of achieving peace in his country could be via military cooperation with India, a report by the UK-based think tank Royal United Services Institute has said

  • Cops Take Music To Villages To Drown Out Maoist Propaganda In Bastar

    Cops Take Music To Villages To Drown Out Maoist Propaganda In Bastar

    Winning hearts and minds, that's what the Chhattisgarh police are out to do by reaching out to the tribals in Bastar district -- with music. The police have now launched several songs in tribal languages, looking to motivate the youth to choose a path of development, in the forests of Bastar district, 280 kilometres from Raipur.

  • Kanpur Man Gets Not Only Fake Rs 2,000 Note From ATM, But Six Torn Ones

    Kanpur Man Gets Not Only Fake Rs 2,000 Note From ATM, But Six Torn Ones

    A man in Kanpur said he got a fake Rs 2,000 note and six torn pieces of the same denomination from an ATM of the State Bank of India (SBI)

  • Notice Sent To ICICI Bank Chief's Husband On Personal Income: Tax Officer

    Notice Sent To ICICI Bank Chief's Husband On Personal Income: Tax Officer

    The income tax department today sent a second notice to ICICI Bank Ltd managing director and chief executive Chanda Kochhar's husband, Deepak Kochhar, asking him to answer certain queries about his personal income

  • After Gujarat, Rajasthan Man Alleges Attack For Riding Horse To Wedding

    After Gujarat, Rajasthan Man Alleges Attack For Riding Horse To Wedding

    On his wedding day, a Dalit man made the 'mistake' of riding a horse at a village in Rajasthan. His celebratory act soon got him into trouble after some villagers, apparently angered by what they assumed to be a hijack of privilege meant only for them, forced him to get off the horse

  • Woman Alleges "Triple Talaq" On WhatsApp Despite Top Court Ruling

    Woman Alleges <i>"Triple Talaq"</i> On WhatsApp Despite Top Court Ruling

    A Muslim woman in Maharashtra's Thane has accused her husband of divorcing her with a short video message on WhatsApp, despite the Supreme Court's ruling last year that banned the controversial Islamic practice that allows men to leave their wives immediately by stating "talaq" (divorce) three times. The top court had called the practice "unconstit...

  • As Bollywood Makes Inroads Into China, Xi Jinping Not Immune To Its Charm

    As Bollywood Makes Inroads Into China, Xi Jinping Not Immune To Its Charm

    Even Chinese President Xi Jinping is not immune to the strong pulling power of Bollywood and India's vibrant regional cinema. Xi is fond of Indian movies and has watched a number of them, India's Foreign Secretary Vijay K Gokhale said in Wuhan, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Xi held an informal meeting

'Debanish Achom With Inputs From Ani ' - 29 News Result(s)

  • Checking Threat Scenario Key To Fixing Optimum Defence Budget: Analysts

    Checking Threat Scenario Key To Fixing Optimum Defence Budget: Analysts

    Since defence is a capital-intensive sector, large, long-term investments need to be done according to needs, say analysts.

  • Indian Embassy Camp In Nepal, Hit By Minor Blast In April, To Be Shifted

    Indian Embassy Camp In Nepal, Hit By Minor Blast In April, To Be Shifted

    An Indian embassy camp office in Nepal's Biratnagar that was hit by a minor explosion in April will be relocated, the foreign ministry said on Monday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had informed about the move to his Nepal counterpart KP Sharma Oli during his visit to the Himalayan nation last week

  • Oman Air Flight Diverted From Congestion-Hit Mumbai Airport Over Upgrade

    Oman Air Flight Diverted From Congestion-Hit Mumbai Airport Over Upgrade

    A landing system instrument upgrade on the runway of Mumbai airport has been leading to cascading delays in flight operations since May 18. On Sunday, an Oman Air flight coming to Mumbai from Muscat was diverted to Hyderabad due to air traffic congestion over Mumbai airport.

  • Dust Storm Damages Mango Harvest, UP Farmers Face 40% Losses

    Dust Storm Damages Mango Harvest, UP Farmers Face 40% Losses

    The dust storm that hit northern parts of the country on Sunday has damaged mango plantations, putting farmers in trouble at a time when it's the peak season for the fruit harvest. Farmers in Uttar Pradesh's Lucknow say the losses incurred by them could run as high as 40 per cent of the harvest. "We have suffered a huge loss as 40 per cent of mango...

  • Woman Gives Birth Under Culvert In Odisha, Elephant Destroyed Her House

    Woman Gives Birth Under Culvert In Odisha, Elephant Destroyed Her House

    An elephant destroyed her house six months ago. She was pregnant then, and was left with no roof above her head. Months later, she gave birth to a baby under a dirty culvert where she herself and the newborn could have contracted life-threatening infections

  • Stop The Chinese From Buying Land For CPEC, Lawyer Tells Pak Top Court

    Stop The Chinese From Buying Land For CPEC, Lawyer Tells Pak Top Court

    A lawyer in Pakistan has gone to the country's highest court with a petition seeking to stop the Chinese from acquiring large tracts of land for the multi-billion dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor or CPEC project

  • Retired Assam Teacher Was Speaking About Bad Roads, Minister Blocked Mic

    Retired Assam Teacher Was Speaking About Bad Roads, Minister Blocked Mic

    A retired teacher in Assam had just started listing out his complaints about bad roads in his area when he was abruptly cut off by a union minister, at a Swachh Bharat Mission event in the state's Nagaon district.

  • Karnataka Man Gets PM Modi Tattoo On His Back In 15-Hour Session

    Karnataka Man Gets PM Modi Tattoo On His Back In 15-Hour Session

    He must be the biggest fan of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He endured 15 hours under the slow-moving hand of a tattoo artist who etched a face of the Prime Minister on his back in black ink. Basvaraj, a resident of Karnataka's Raichur district, said he decided to get the large tattoo made to show his support to the Bharatiya Janata Party's campaig...

  • Pak Military Reaching Out To India For Cooperation, Says Report

    Pak Military Reaching Out To India For Cooperation, Says Report

    Pakistan's Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has recognised that one of the ways of achieving peace in his country could be via military cooperation with India, a report by the UK-based think tank Royal United Services Institute has said

  • Cops Take Music To Villages To Drown Out Maoist Propaganda In Bastar

    Cops Take Music To Villages To Drown Out Maoist Propaganda In Bastar

    Winning hearts and minds, that's what the Chhattisgarh police are out to do by reaching out to the tribals in Bastar district -- with music. The police have now launched several songs in tribal languages, looking to motivate the youth to choose a path of development, in the forests of Bastar district, 280 kilometres from Raipur.

  • Kanpur Man Gets Not Only Fake Rs 2,000 Note From ATM, But Six Torn Ones

    Kanpur Man Gets Not Only Fake Rs 2,000 Note From ATM, But Six Torn Ones

    A man in Kanpur said he got a fake Rs 2,000 note and six torn pieces of the same denomination from an ATM of the State Bank of India (SBI)

  • Notice Sent To ICICI Bank Chief's Husband On Personal Income: Tax Officer

    Notice Sent To ICICI Bank Chief's Husband On Personal Income: Tax Officer

    The income tax department today sent a second notice to ICICI Bank Ltd managing director and chief executive Chanda Kochhar's husband, Deepak Kochhar, asking him to answer certain queries about his personal income

  • After Gujarat, Rajasthan Man Alleges Attack For Riding Horse To Wedding

    After Gujarat, Rajasthan Man Alleges Attack For Riding Horse To Wedding

    On his wedding day, a Dalit man made the 'mistake' of riding a horse at a village in Rajasthan. His celebratory act soon got him into trouble after some villagers, apparently angered by what they assumed to be a hijack of privilege meant only for them, forced him to get off the horse

  • Woman Alleges "Triple Talaq" On WhatsApp Despite Top Court Ruling

    Woman Alleges <i>"Triple Talaq"</i> On WhatsApp Despite Top Court Ruling

    A Muslim woman in Maharashtra's Thane has accused her husband of divorcing her with a short video message on WhatsApp, despite the Supreme Court's ruling last year that banned the controversial Islamic practice that allows men to leave their wives immediately by stating "talaq" (divorce) three times. The top court had called the practice "unconstit...

  • As Bollywood Makes Inroads Into China, Xi Jinping Not Immune To Its Charm

    As Bollywood Makes Inroads Into China, Xi Jinping Not Immune To Its Charm

    Even Chinese President Xi Jinping is not immune to the strong pulling power of Bollywood and India's vibrant regional cinema. Xi is fond of Indian movies and has watched a number of them, India's Foreign Secretary Vijay K Gokhale said in Wuhan, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Xi held an informal meeting

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