Written By Amitoj Singh


'Written By Amitoj Singh' - 53 News Result(s)

  • India Joins Global Fight In Action Against Online Extremism

    India Joins Global Fight In Action Against Online Extremism

    In a bid to join the global fight against violent extremist content, India joined an initiative that calls for action to eliminate such content online.

  • NDTV At Facebook Election War Room In California, "Bigger Than US Polls"

    NDTV At Facebook Election War Room In California, "Bigger Than US Polls"

    Under intense scrutiny for influencing everything from election outcomes to fanning mob violence, Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram - some of the world's most-used of apps - have been forced to pay a lot of attention to towards fighting the menace of fake news in the past 18 months.

  • Poll Body Mentions App Made By IIT Students In Fight Against Fake News

    Poll Body Mentions App Made By IIT Students In Fight Against Fake News

    The Election Commission has mentioned an Indian app made by students of IIT-Kanpur in its fight against fake news.The announcement comes as a surprise since the app, ShareChat, has been clubbed with major social media platforms like Facebook, Google and Twitter.

  • Delhi Has "Worst Air In The World" Today. 25-Crore Fine Makes Zero Impact

    Delhi Has "Worst Air In The World" Today. 25-Crore Fine Makes Zero Impact

    At a time when Delhi has been revealed as the most polluted city in the world, fires continue to rage in its Neelwal locality despite a 2013 National Green Tribunal (NGT) order that clamped down on the burning of plastic. Ironically, this West Delhi area is situated just 30 km from the green court.

  • 5 Reasons Why India Will Be Closely Watching US Midterm Elections

    5 Reasons Why India Will Be Closely Watching US Midterm Elections

    Election day is upon us, promising what is not just expected to be a historic US midterm election because of the expected voter turnout, pulling in even the "Presidential election voters" but also because few other elections of the sort have been this hotly contested, divisive, controversial, potentially making possible the impeachment of the man i...

  • India Respects Human Rights More Than Other Nations: UN Chief To NDTV

    India Respects Human Rights More Than Other Nations: UN Chief To NDTV

    Human rights in India are "much more respected than in many other countries of the world," UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has said in an exclusive interview to NDTV. Mr Guterres, who visited India last month, also said UN's relationship with India is not centred only on the question of Kashmir. The comments come months after a UN report on K...

  • How Did UN Body Report On Kashmir Without Access? What Top Official Said

    How Did UN Body Report On Kashmir Without Access? What Top Official Said

    When the United Nations Human Rights Office published a report on Kashmir earlier this year, calling for an inquiry into "multiple violations", it evoked sharp rebuttals from the Indian administration. Among the questions raised about the report was: How was it framed without access to the region on either side of the Line of Control?

  • On 18 New Countries In UN Human Rights Council, Nikki Haley's Critique

    On 18 New Countries In UN Human Rights Council, Nikki Haley's Critique

    While India's election to the United Nations' Human Rights Council was celebrated by several countries, Nikki Haley, the outgoing US ambassador to the UN, criticised the "no competition" electoral process saying "yet again, countries with poor human rights records ran uncontested".

  • "Up To India To Decide": Russia On Defence Deals During Putin Visit

    "Up To India To Decide": Russia On Defence Deals During Putin Visit

    Days before Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to India when high-profile defence deals worth more than $8 billion is likely to be signed, the country's foreign minister denied any knowledge of the row over the Rafale deal in India.

  • "Need Action Before Meetings": Sushma Swaraj's Clear Message To Pak

    "Need Action Before Meetings": Sushma Swaraj's Clear Message To Pak

    Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj on Thursday made a strong statement on terrorism threatening peace and stability in South Asia at a meeting of SAARC ministers on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. Regional cooperation in South Asia is not possible without an environment of peace and security, said the minister.

  • Top 5 Highlights Of Donald Trump's 2018 UN Address

    Top 5 Highlights Of Donald Trump's 2018 UN Address

    US President Donald Trump, the rockstar of the biggest week of the year for the United Nations, used the occasion of addressing the UN General Assembly, perhaps, as an election speech, ahead of the midterm elections in the US on November 6.

  • "If Pak Wants To Be One-Trick Pony...": India's Jab Ahead Of UN Meet

    "If Pak Wants To Be One-Trick Pony...": India's Jab Ahead Of UN Meet

    An escalation of hostilities between India and Pakistan over the killing of Indian policemen and a soldier and New Delhi's decision to scrap a proposed meeting of foreign ministers sets the tone for bitter rhetoric at the UN General Assembly.

  • With India At UN General Assembly, 10 Big Developments To Watch Out For

    With India At UN General Assembly, 10 Big Developments To Watch Out For

    The 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly, the biggest stage for backdoor diplomacy, has begun. Not all of it takes place within the hallowed walls of the UN Headquarters in New York. 95 heads of state, 4 vice presidents, 42 heads of governments, 3 deputy prime ministers and 48 ministers will be present. India's Foreign Minister Sushm...

  • Alcohol Responsible For 3 Million Deaths Worldwide: WHO

    Alcohol Responsible For 3 Million Deaths Worldwide: WHO

    Alcohol killed three million people in 2016 more than infectious diseases, cancers combined, the World Health organisation said on Friday. More than 75 per cent of the alcohol related deaths were among men, it said.

  • UN Chief To Visit India In October, Will Meet PM Modi

    UN Chief To Visit India In October, Will Meet PM Modi

    As United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres visits India on October 1 and October 3, one of the highlights for his three-day visit will be the inauguration of the UN House in New Delhi.

'Written By Amitoj Singh' - 53 News Result(s)

  • India Joins Global Fight In Action Against Online Extremism

    India Joins Global Fight In Action Against Online Extremism

    In a bid to join the global fight against violent extremist content, India joined an initiative that calls for action to eliminate such content online.

  • NDTV At Facebook Election War Room In California, "Bigger Than US Polls"

    NDTV At Facebook Election War Room In California, "Bigger Than US Polls"

    Under intense scrutiny for influencing everything from election outcomes to fanning mob violence, Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram - some of the world's most-used of apps - have been forced to pay a lot of attention to towards fighting the menace of fake news in the past 18 months.

  • Poll Body Mentions App Made By IIT Students In Fight Against Fake News

    Poll Body Mentions App Made By IIT Students In Fight Against Fake News

    The Election Commission has mentioned an Indian app made by students of IIT-Kanpur in its fight against fake news.The announcement comes as a surprise since the app, ShareChat, has been clubbed with major social media platforms like Facebook, Google and Twitter.

  • Delhi Has "Worst Air In The World" Today. 25-Crore Fine Makes Zero Impact

    Delhi Has "Worst Air In The World" Today. 25-Crore Fine Makes Zero Impact

    At a time when Delhi has been revealed as the most polluted city in the world, fires continue to rage in its Neelwal locality despite a 2013 National Green Tribunal (NGT) order that clamped down on the burning of plastic. Ironically, this West Delhi area is situated just 30 km from the green court.

  • 5 Reasons Why India Will Be Closely Watching US Midterm Elections

    5 Reasons Why India Will Be Closely Watching US Midterm Elections

    Election day is upon us, promising what is not just expected to be a historic US midterm election because of the expected voter turnout, pulling in even the "Presidential election voters" but also because few other elections of the sort have been this hotly contested, divisive, controversial, potentially making possible the impeachment of the man i...

  • India Respects Human Rights More Than Other Nations: UN Chief To NDTV

    India Respects Human Rights More Than Other Nations: UN Chief To NDTV

    Human rights in India are "much more respected than in many other countries of the world," UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has said in an exclusive interview to NDTV. Mr Guterres, who visited India last month, also said UN's relationship with India is not centred only on the question of Kashmir. The comments come months after a UN report on K...

  • How Did UN Body Report On Kashmir Without Access? What Top Official Said

    How Did UN Body Report On Kashmir Without Access? What Top Official Said

    When the United Nations Human Rights Office published a report on Kashmir earlier this year, calling for an inquiry into "multiple violations", it evoked sharp rebuttals from the Indian administration. Among the questions raised about the report was: How was it framed without access to the region on either side of the Line of Control?

  • On 18 New Countries In UN Human Rights Council, Nikki Haley's Critique

    On 18 New Countries In UN Human Rights Council, Nikki Haley's Critique

    While India's election to the United Nations' Human Rights Council was celebrated by several countries, Nikki Haley, the outgoing US ambassador to the UN, criticised the "no competition" electoral process saying "yet again, countries with poor human rights records ran uncontested".

  • "Up To India To Decide": Russia On Defence Deals During Putin Visit

    "Up To India To Decide": Russia On Defence Deals During Putin Visit

    Days before Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to India when high-profile defence deals worth more than $8 billion is likely to be signed, the country's foreign minister denied any knowledge of the row over the Rafale deal in India.

  • "Need Action Before Meetings": Sushma Swaraj's Clear Message To Pak

    "Need Action Before Meetings": Sushma Swaraj's Clear Message To Pak

    Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj on Thursday made a strong statement on terrorism threatening peace and stability in South Asia at a meeting of SAARC ministers on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. Regional cooperation in South Asia is not possible without an environment of peace and security, said the minister.

  • Top 5 Highlights Of Donald Trump's 2018 UN Address

    Top 5 Highlights Of Donald Trump's 2018 UN Address

    US President Donald Trump, the rockstar of the biggest week of the year for the United Nations, used the occasion of addressing the UN General Assembly, perhaps, as an election speech, ahead of the midterm elections in the US on November 6.

  • "If Pak Wants To Be One-Trick Pony...": India's Jab Ahead Of UN Meet

    "If Pak Wants To Be One-Trick Pony...": India's Jab Ahead Of UN Meet

    An escalation of hostilities between India and Pakistan over the killing of Indian policemen and a soldier and New Delhi's decision to scrap a proposed meeting of foreign ministers sets the tone for bitter rhetoric at the UN General Assembly.

  • With India At UN General Assembly, 10 Big Developments To Watch Out For

    With India At UN General Assembly, 10 Big Developments To Watch Out For

    The 73rd session of the United Nations General Assembly, the biggest stage for backdoor diplomacy, has begun. Not all of it takes place within the hallowed walls of the UN Headquarters in New York. 95 heads of state, 4 vice presidents, 42 heads of governments, 3 deputy prime ministers and 48 ministers will be present. India's Foreign Minister Sushm...

  • Alcohol Responsible For 3 Million Deaths Worldwide: WHO

    Alcohol Responsible For 3 Million Deaths Worldwide: WHO

    Alcohol killed three million people in 2016 more than infectious diseases, cancers combined, the World Health organisation said on Friday. More than 75 per cent of the alcohol related deaths were among men, it said.

  • UN Chief To Visit India In October, Will Meet PM Modi

    UN Chief To Visit India In October, Will Meet PM Modi

    As United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres visits India on October 1 and October 3, one of the highlights for his three-day visit will be the inauguration of the UN House in New Delhi.

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