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  • After Voter IDs Deleted, Focus On Software That Linked Them With Aadhaar

    After Voter IDs Deleted, Focus On Software That Linked Them With Aadhaar

    Ahead of 2019 general elections, there has been uproar across India about voters being deleted from electoral rolls. An analysis of the events so far points towards a new software that linked voter IDs with Aadhaar and used the details to weed out duplicates.

  • Centre Wants Feedback On Breaking Encryption To Trace "Unlawful" Content

    Centre Wants Feedback On Breaking Encryption To Trace "Unlawful" Content

    The government has invited comments from social media platforms on redoing the IT rules to enable breaking end-to-end encryption and tracking of messages or "unlawful" online content.

  • Holding Photographs Of Husbands, Widows Of Farmers Protest In Delhi

    Holding Photographs Of Husbands, Widows Of Farmers Protest In Delhi

    Among thousands who thronged the national capital to register their protest against increasing expenditure and decreasing farm income, there were wives of farmers who had committed suicide. At least four women, wives of cotton farmers from Telangana who killed themselves, had marched to the parliament. They had hung photographs of their husbands ar...

  • Rahul Gandhi Leads Opposition Charge At Mega Farmers' Rally: 10 Points

    Rahul Gandhi Leads Opposition Charge At Mega Farmers' Rally: 10 Points

    Thousands of farmers, some barechested in the November cold and others carrying skulls of loved ones who committed suicide, gathered at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi today to demand loan waivers and better prices for their produce. The protest paved the way for two political leaders -- Congress president Rahul Gandhi and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Ar...

  • Mega Farmers' March To Parliament In Traffic-Stopping Protest: 10 Points

    Mega Farmers' March To Parliament In Traffic-Stopping Protest: 10 Points

    With hopes of being heard in the country's capital and to send a message to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government just months before it seeks re-election, nearly 8,000 farmers from across India have begun their march to parliament. The farmers began a two-day protest in Delhi on Thursday with demands including loan waivers and better prices for...

  • Day After Chilli Powder Attack, Arvind Kejriwal Says "Powerful People" Want Him Dead

    Day After Chilli Powder Attack, Arvind Kejriwal Says "Powerful People" Want Him Dead

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has dubbed the chilli powder attack on him at the state secretariat yesterday as yet another attempt on his life in a larger conspiracy by "powerful people".

  • If Agra Becomes "Agrawal", Tourism Will Be Badly Affected, Say Traders

    If Agra Becomes "Agrawal", Tourism Will Be Badly Affected, Say Traders

    After Allahabad and Faizabad in Uttar Pradesh were recently renamed by the Yogi Adityanath-led government as Prayagraj and Ayodhya, the demand to change the name of Agra, home of the Taj Mahal, has also emerged. A BJP lawmaker from the city wants Agra to be renamed as "Agravan" or "Agrawal".

  • No Cases, Only Advisories On Air Pollution: Panel Chief Explains Why

    No Cases, Only Advisories On Air Pollution: Panel Chief Explains Why

    As Delhi continues to struggle with "severe" air pollution levels, the chairman of the Supreme Court-empowered environment body to keep the air pollution levels under check has requested the people in the national capital to not use their diesel vehicles.

  • Environmentalist RK Pachauri Faces Molestation Charge, Pleads Not Guilty

    Environmentalist RK Pachauri Faces Molestation Charge, Pleads Not Guilty

    A Delhi court on Saturday framed molestation charges against RK Pachauri, the world-known climate scientist and former Director General of The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), who was accused by a former colleague of sexual harassment.

  • Gurgaon Judge's Wife, Shot By Guard On Busy Street, Dies; Son Critical

    Gurgaon Judge's Wife, Shot By Guard On Busy Street, Dies; Son Critical

    The wife of Gurugram judge Krishna Kant Sharma bled to death after she was shot in the chest by her husband's personal security officer (PSO). Ritu, 38 and their 18-year-old son Dhruv were both shot at by the PSO near Arcadia Market in Sector 49 on Saturday afternoon.

  • "Healthy Differences Will Continue": Chief Justice Gogoi On Ex-Top Judge

    "Healthy Differences Will Continue": Chief Justice Gogoi On Ex-Top Judge

    Despite our differences, our friendship will continue, said Chief Justice Gogoi at a farewell dinner for former Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra. The Supreme Court Advocates-On-Record Association (SCAORA) organised a farewell dinner for Justice Misra in Delhi. The dinner was attended by the new Chief Justice, Justice Madan Lokur, former Attorney ...

  • Haryana Farmer Serving Jail Term For Loan Default Dies In Prison

    Haryana Farmer Serving Jail Term For Loan Default Dies In Prison

    Thirty-five-year old Jaipal sits motionless in his house for hours. Neither him nor his brother Udaipal, 47, can make sense of what has unfolded in the last two days. Their father Ranbir Singh died in the jail after heart failure. He was sent there ten days ago and had just started serving his two-year imprisonment for loan default. The farmer wa...

  • Haryana Farmer, Jailed In Cheque Bounce Case, Dies; Family Demands Probe

    Haryana Farmer, Jailed In Cheque Bounce Case, Dies; Family Demands Probe

    Ten days after he was sent to a jail in Haryana for failing to repay a bank loan, a 65-year-old farmer died in jail on Tuesday. Ranbir Singh died on the same day thousands of farmers protested near Delhi demanding loan waiver, pension and subsidised electricity and fuel.

  • "We Won't Move Until...": Farmers March 250 km To Knock Government's Door

    "We Won't Move Until...": Farmers March 250 km To Knock Government's Door

    Yasin Khan, 45, is the father of six kids. He is the sole breadwinner in his family of eight and works as a sugarcane farmer in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar. The government sugarcane mill has not given his total payment of Rs 10,000 for the last four months.

  • After Midnight March In Delhi, Farmers Call Off Protest

    After Midnight March In Delhi, Farmers Call Off Protest

    After an overnight march in Delhi, farmers have called-off their protest after reaching Kisan Ghat, the memorial of Chaudhary Charan Singh, news agency IANS reported. They were allowed to enter the national capital late in the night after police unsealed the border between Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.

'Sukirti Dwivedi' - 109 Video Result(s)

'Sukirti Dwivedi' - 75 News Result(s)

  • After Voter IDs Deleted, Focus On Software That Linked Them With Aadhaar

    After Voter IDs Deleted, Focus On Software That Linked Them With Aadhaar

    Ahead of 2019 general elections, there has been uproar across India about voters being deleted from electoral rolls. An analysis of the events so far points towards a new software that linked voter IDs with Aadhaar and used the details to weed out duplicates.

  • Centre Wants Feedback On Breaking Encryption To Trace "Unlawful" Content

    Centre Wants Feedback On Breaking Encryption To Trace "Unlawful" Content

    The government has invited comments from social media platforms on redoing the IT rules to enable breaking end-to-end encryption and tracking of messages or "unlawful" online content.

  • Holding Photographs Of Husbands, Widows Of Farmers Protest In Delhi

    Holding Photographs Of Husbands, Widows Of Farmers Protest In Delhi

    Among thousands who thronged the national capital to register their protest against increasing expenditure and decreasing farm income, there were wives of farmers who had committed suicide. At least four women, wives of cotton farmers from Telangana who killed themselves, had marched to the parliament. They had hung photographs of their husbands ar...

  • Rahul Gandhi Leads Opposition Charge At Mega Farmers' Rally: 10 Points

    Rahul Gandhi Leads Opposition Charge At Mega Farmers' Rally: 10 Points

    Thousands of farmers, some barechested in the November cold and others carrying skulls of loved ones who committed suicide, gathered at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi today to demand loan waivers and better prices for their produce. The protest paved the way for two political leaders -- Congress president Rahul Gandhi and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Ar...

  • Mega Farmers' March To Parliament In Traffic-Stopping Protest: 10 Points

    Mega Farmers' March To Parliament In Traffic-Stopping Protest: 10 Points

    With hopes of being heard in the country's capital and to send a message to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government just months before it seeks re-election, nearly 8,000 farmers from across India have begun their march to parliament. The farmers began a two-day protest in Delhi on Thursday with demands including loan waivers and better prices for...

  • Day After Chilli Powder Attack, Arvind Kejriwal Says "Powerful People" Want Him Dead

    Day After Chilli Powder Attack, Arvind Kejriwal Says "Powerful People" Want Him Dead

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has dubbed the chilli powder attack on him at the state secretariat yesterday as yet another attempt on his life in a larger conspiracy by "powerful people".

  • If Agra Becomes "Agrawal", Tourism Will Be Badly Affected, Say Traders

    If Agra Becomes "Agrawal", Tourism Will Be Badly Affected, Say Traders

    After Allahabad and Faizabad in Uttar Pradesh were recently renamed by the Yogi Adityanath-led government as Prayagraj and Ayodhya, the demand to change the name of Agra, home of the Taj Mahal, has also emerged. A BJP lawmaker from the city wants Agra to be renamed as "Agravan" or "Agrawal".

  • No Cases, Only Advisories On Air Pollution: Panel Chief Explains Why

    No Cases, Only Advisories On Air Pollution: Panel Chief Explains Why

    As Delhi continues to struggle with "severe" air pollution levels, the chairman of the Supreme Court-empowered environment body to keep the air pollution levels under check has requested the people in the national capital to not use their diesel vehicles.

  • Environmentalist RK Pachauri Faces Molestation Charge, Pleads Not Guilty

    Environmentalist RK Pachauri Faces Molestation Charge, Pleads Not Guilty

    A Delhi court on Saturday framed molestation charges against RK Pachauri, the world-known climate scientist and former Director General of The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), who was accused by a former colleague of sexual harassment.

  • Gurgaon Judge's Wife, Shot By Guard On Busy Street, Dies; Son Critical

    Gurgaon Judge's Wife, Shot By Guard On Busy Street, Dies; Son Critical

    The wife of Gurugram judge Krishna Kant Sharma bled to death after she was shot in the chest by her husband's personal security officer (PSO). Ritu, 38 and their 18-year-old son Dhruv were both shot at by the PSO near Arcadia Market in Sector 49 on Saturday afternoon.

  • "Healthy Differences Will Continue": Chief Justice Gogoi On Ex-Top Judge

    "Healthy Differences Will Continue": Chief Justice Gogoi On Ex-Top Judge

    Despite our differences, our friendship will continue, said Chief Justice Gogoi at a farewell dinner for former Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra. The Supreme Court Advocates-On-Record Association (SCAORA) organised a farewell dinner for Justice Misra in Delhi. The dinner was attended by the new Chief Justice, Justice Madan Lokur, former Attorney ...

  • Haryana Farmer Serving Jail Term For Loan Default Dies In Prison

    Haryana Farmer Serving Jail Term For Loan Default Dies In Prison

    Thirty-five-year old Jaipal sits motionless in his house for hours. Neither him nor his brother Udaipal, 47, can make sense of what has unfolded in the last two days. Their father Ranbir Singh died in the jail after heart failure. He was sent there ten days ago and had just started serving his two-year imprisonment for loan default. The farmer wa...

  • Haryana Farmer, Jailed In Cheque Bounce Case, Dies; Family Demands Probe

    Haryana Farmer, Jailed In Cheque Bounce Case, Dies; Family Demands Probe

    Ten days after he was sent to a jail in Haryana for failing to repay a bank loan, a 65-year-old farmer died in jail on Tuesday. Ranbir Singh died on the same day thousands of farmers protested near Delhi demanding loan waiver, pension and subsidised electricity and fuel.

  • "We Won't Move Until...": Farmers March 250 km To Knock Government's Door

    "We Won't Move Until...": Farmers March 250 km To Knock Government's Door

    Yasin Khan, 45, is the father of six kids. He is the sole breadwinner in his family of eight and works as a sugarcane farmer in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar. The government sugarcane mill has not given his total payment of Rs 10,000 for the last four months.

  • After Midnight March In Delhi, Farmers Call Off Protest

    After Midnight March In Delhi, Farmers Call Off Protest

    After an overnight march in Delhi, farmers have called-off their protest after reaching Kisan Ghat, the memorial of Chaudhary Charan Singh, news agency IANS reported. They were allowed to enter the national capital late in the night after police unsealed the border between Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.

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