Edited By Surabhi Malik With Input From Agencies


'Edited By Surabhi Malik With Input From Agencies ' - 77 News Result(s)

  • 'Am A VIP,' Says Odisha Minister After Security Officer Straps His Sandals

    'Am A VIP,' Says Odisha Minister After Security Officer Straps His Sandals

    Odisha minister Jogendra Behera has landed himself in a controversy after his personal security officer was seen helping him wear his sandals during an Independence Day event in Keonjhar on Monday.

  • PM Modi Leads Yoga Day Events, Says 'Yoga Not Religious Activity': 10 Updates

    PM Modi Leads Yoga Day Events, Says 'Yoga Not Religious Activity': 10 Updates

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today joined millions across the country in bending and stretching for asanas to mark the second International Yoga Day, which he said has become a "jan andolan" or people's movement since it started last year.

  • Before Seoul Meet, Foreign Secretary Visits China Over Nuke Club Seat

    Before Seoul Meet, Foreign Secretary Visits China Over Nuke Club Seat

    Ahead of a key meeting of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) in Seoul on Friday, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar made an unannounced visit to China this week to seek support for India's membership of the elite club. He was in Bejing from June 16-17 and held bilateral consultations with his counterpart.

  • Dancer Among Jaish Suspects Who Planned Attack On Air Base Near Delhi

    Dancer Among Jaish Suspects Who Planned Attack On Air Base Near Delhi

    Sajid Ahmad, the alleged leader of a suspected Jaish-e-Mohammed terror module busted in Delhi yesterday, was training as a dancer and had auditioned for reality TV shows as a choreographer.

  • From Kota, IIT's Biggest Outpost, An Emotional Appeal To Parents

    From Kota, IIT's Biggest Outpost, An Emotional Appeal To Parents

    Over the past many years, Kota in Rajasthan has become a crucial stopover for students who want to be among the nearly 10,000 that IITs accept every year. The small desert town, nearly 250 km from Jaipur, accommodates a range of coaching institutes to prep students for the IIT entrance exam.

  • 'Better To Dance Than To Beg,' Says Supreme Court On Plea on Dance Bars

    'Better To Dance Than To Beg,' Says Supreme Court On Plea on Dance Bars

    Hearing a plea on dance bars in Mumbai, the Supreme Court today observed that it is "better to dance than to go to streets for begging or earning livelihood through unacceptable means."

  • Arvind Kejriwal Carpools As Odd-Even Rule Is Put To Test

    Arvind Kejriwal Carpools As Odd-Even Rule Is Put To Test

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal carpooled with Transport Minister Gopal Rai and Health Minister Satyendar Jain to reach his office as the second round of his Odd-Even experiment was put to its real test today with schools and offices opening after a long weekend. His car's license plate ends in an odd number - which means he cannot use it toda...

  • Explain Bodies In Ganga In Varanasi, Government Told: 10 Developments

    Explain Bodies In Ganga In Varanasi, Government Told: 10 Developments

    The scheme to clean the River Ganga in Varanasi, which is Prime Minister Narendra Modi's constituency, was today described as a failure by the country's top environmental court.

  • PM Narendra Modi Visits Pathankot Air Base: 10 Developments

    PM Narendra Modi Visits Pathankot Air Base: 10 Developments

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday visited the air force base in Punjab's Pathankot district that was attacked by six terrorists from Pakistan on January 2. Accompanied by National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, he spent almost two hours there.

  • Delhi Gang-Rape: Can't Stop Youngest Convict's Release, Says Supreme Court

    Delhi Gang-Rape: Can't Stop Youngest Convict's Release, Says Supreme Court

    A petition to stop the release of the youngest of six men who gang-raped and tortured a student on a moving bus in Delhi in 2012 was rejected today by the Supreme Court, which questioned: "Under what jurisdiction can we extend his detention?" The convict, now 20, was released on Sunday from a correctional home - where he spent three years - to a no...

  • Delhi Gang-Rape: Youngest Convict To Be Freed Today, Plea Against Release in Supreme Court Tomorrow

    Delhi Gang-Rape: Youngest Convict To Be Freed Today, Plea Against Release in Supreme Court Tomorrow

    The youngest of the six men convicted for raping and torturing a medical student on a moving bus in Delhi in 2012 is set to be released today from a correctional home. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear on Monday a plea against his release that was filed by the Delhi Commission for Women late last night, but declined to give it an immediate heari...

  • Commercial Flights Won't Resume at Chennai Airport Today, Intermittent Rain Continues

    Commercial Flights Won't Resume at Chennai Airport Today, Intermittent Rain Continues

    Resumption of commercial flight operations at the Chennai airport may take two more days, Minister of State for Aviation Mahesh Sharma has said. Earlier, it was expected that flight operations would resume partially at the airport today.

  • Army, Air Force Help In Rescue As Parts Of Chennai Remain Marooned

    Army, Air Force Help In Rescue As Parts Of Chennai Remain Marooned

    The Army, the Air Force and the Coast Guard have been called in to rescue flood-hit residents in Chennai and Kancheepuram, where a week of torrential rain has left many areas marooned. Air Force choppers are also being used to air-drop food and drinking water in worst-hit areas. 71 people have died in rain-related incidents in Tamil Nadu since Nove...

  • Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Date With IIT Delhi Today

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Date With IIT Delhi Today

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will host a townhall meeting at the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi today where around 900 students are expected to attend the question and answer session.

  • Hardik Patel Will Be Investigated For Sedition, Says Gujarat High Court

    Hardik Patel Will Be Investigated For Sedition, Says Gujarat High Court

    Patel quota agitation leader Hardik Patel will be investigated for sedition, the Gujarat High Court ruled today, rejecting a petition that challenged the complaint filed against him.

'Edited By Surabhi Malik With Input From Agencies ' - 77 News Result(s)

  • 'Am A VIP,' Says Odisha Minister After Security Officer Straps His Sandals

    'Am A VIP,' Says Odisha Minister After Security Officer Straps His Sandals

    Odisha minister Jogendra Behera has landed himself in a controversy after his personal security officer was seen helping him wear his sandals during an Independence Day event in Keonjhar on Monday.

  • PM Modi Leads Yoga Day Events, Says 'Yoga Not Religious Activity': 10 Updates

    PM Modi Leads Yoga Day Events, Says 'Yoga Not Religious Activity': 10 Updates

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today joined millions across the country in bending and stretching for asanas to mark the second International Yoga Day, which he said has become a "jan andolan" or people's movement since it started last year.

  • Before Seoul Meet, Foreign Secretary Visits China Over Nuke Club Seat

    Before Seoul Meet, Foreign Secretary Visits China Over Nuke Club Seat

    Ahead of a key meeting of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) in Seoul on Friday, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar made an unannounced visit to China this week to seek support for India's membership of the elite club. He was in Bejing from June 16-17 and held bilateral consultations with his counterpart.

  • Dancer Among Jaish Suspects Who Planned Attack On Air Base Near Delhi

    Dancer Among Jaish Suspects Who Planned Attack On Air Base Near Delhi

    Sajid Ahmad, the alleged leader of a suspected Jaish-e-Mohammed terror module busted in Delhi yesterday, was training as a dancer and had auditioned for reality TV shows as a choreographer.

  • From Kota, IIT's Biggest Outpost, An Emotional Appeal To Parents

    From Kota, IIT's Biggest Outpost, An Emotional Appeal To Parents

    Over the past many years, Kota in Rajasthan has become a crucial stopover for students who want to be among the nearly 10,000 that IITs accept every year. The small desert town, nearly 250 km from Jaipur, accommodates a range of coaching institutes to prep students for the IIT entrance exam.

  • 'Better To Dance Than To Beg,' Says Supreme Court On Plea on Dance Bars

    'Better To Dance Than To Beg,' Says Supreme Court On Plea on Dance Bars

    Hearing a plea on dance bars in Mumbai, the Supreme Court today observed that it is "better to dance than to go to streets for begging or earning livelihood through unacceptable means."

  • Arvind Kejriwal Carpools As Odd-Even Rule Is Put To Test

    Arvind Kejriwal Carpools As Odd-Even Rule Is Put To Test

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal carpooled with Transport Minister Gopal Rai and Health Minister Satyendar Jain to reach his office as the second round of his Odd-Even experiment was put to its real test today with schools and offices opening after a long weekend. His car's license plate ends in an odd number - which means he cannot use it toda...

  • Explain Bodies In Ganga In Varanasi, Government Told: 10 Developments

    Explain Bodies In Ganga In Varanasi, Government Told: 10 Developments

    The scheme to clean the River Ganga in Varanasi, which is Prime Minister Narendra Modi's constituency, was today described as a failure by the country's top environmental court.

  • PM Narendra Modi Visits Pathankot Air Base: 10 Developments

    PM Narendra Modi Visits Pathankot Air Base: 10 Developments

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday visited the air force base in Punjab's Pathankot district that was attacked by six terrorists from Pakistan on January 2. Accompanied by National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, he spent almost two hours there.

  • Delhi Gang-Rape: Can't Stop Youngest Convict's Release, Says Supreme Court

    Delhi Gang-Rape: Can't Stop Youngest Convict's Release, Says Supreme Court

    A petition to stop the release of the youngest of six men who gang-raped and tortured a student on a moving bus in Delhi in 2012 was rejected today by the Supreme Court, which questioned: "Under what jurisdiction can we extend his detention?" The convict, now 20, was released on Sunday from a correctional home - where he spent three years - to a no...

  • Delhi Gang-Rape: Youngest Convict To Be Freed Today, Plea Against Release in Supreme Court Tomorrow

    Delhi Gang-Rape: Youngest Convict To Be Freed Today, Plea Against Release in Supreme Court Tomorrow

    The youngest of the six men convicted for raping and torturing a medical student on a moving bus in Delhi in 2012 is set to be released today from a correctional home. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear on Monday a plea against his release that was filed by the Delhi Commission for Women late last night, but declined to give it an immediate heari...

  • Commercial Flights Won't Resume at Chennai Airport Today, Intermittent Rain Continues

    Commercial Flights Won't Resume at Chennai Airport Today, Intermittent Rain Continues

    Resumption of commercial flight operations at the Chennai airport may take two more days, Minister of State for Aviation Mahesh Sharma has said. Earlier, it was expected that flight operations would resume partially at the airport today.

  • Army, Air Force Help In Rescue As Parts Of Chennai Remain Marooned

    Army, Air Force Help In Rescue As Parts Of Chennai Remain Marooned

    The Army, the Air Force and the Coast Guard have been called in to rescue flood-hit residents in Chennai and Kancheepuram, where a week of torrential rain has left many areas marooned. Air Force choppers are also being used to air-drop food and drinking water in worst-hit areas. 71 people have died in rain-related incidents in Tamil Nadu since Nove...

  • Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Date With IIT Delhi Today

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Date With IIT Delhi Today

    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will host a townhall meeting at the Indian Institute of Technology in Delhi today where around 900 students are expected to attend the question and answer session.

  • Hardik Patel Will Be Investigated For Sedition, Says Gujarat High Court

    Hardik Patel Will Be Investigated For Sedition, Says Gujarat High Court

    Patel quota agitation leader Hardik Patel will be investigated for sedition, the Gujarat High Court ruled today, rejecting a petition that challenged the complaint filed against him.

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