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'Yesterday And Today' - 266 News Result(s)

  • Diwali Arrived A Fortnight Before Time, Says PM Modi On GST Tweak

    Diwali Arrived A Fortnight Before Time, Says PM Modi On GST Tweak

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said yesterday's changes in the GST regime giving relief to small and medium businesses have been hailed across the country as they kindled the festive mood of Diwali a fortnight before it is celebrated.

  • Yogi Adityanath, In Kerala For BJP Yatra, Raises 'Love Jihad': 10 Facts

    Yogi Adityanath, In Kerala For BJP <i>Yatra</i>, Raises 'Love Jihad': 10 Facts

    Yogi Adityanath, surrounded by a sea of supporters, today joined the BJP's 15-day relay walk or padyatra launched in Kerala by party chief Amit Shah. Mr Shah launched the Jan Raksha (protect people) yatra yesterday in Kannur, the home base of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, to highlight what the BJP says is the ruling CPM's "murder politics". Yogi...

  • Father Tom Uzhunnalil Meets Priests In Bengaluru

    Father Tom Uzhunnalil Meets Priests In Bengaluru

    Father Tom Uzhunnalil, who was freed after being kept in captivity suspectedly by the ISIS for 18 months in strife-torn Yemen, today reached Bengaluru, where he met priests of his religious order. "I thank God almighty. I thank everybody in the name of Jesus," Father Uzhunnalil, who had met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and External Affairs Minister...

  • Gujarat Child Body Has A Question For Jain Couple Taking Monkhood Today

    Gujarat Child Body Has A Question For Jain Couple Taking Monkhood Today

    The Gujarat child rights panel yesterday sought a report from the civil administration and the police about steps taken by a Jain couple, who are embracing monkhood today, to secure their three-year-old daughter's future

  • Renault Captur Bookings Open, Ahead of October Launch

    Renault Captur Bookings Open, Ahead of October Launch

    Renault India introduced the new Captur crossover in India yesterday and the bookings have started from today across all Renault dealerships. With a tentative launch during Diwali, the new Renault Captur is based on Duster's platform and comes with a host of premium features.

  • Ram Rahim, Jailed In Rape Case, Attends Murder Hearing Via Video Link: 10 Points

    Ram Rahim, Jailed In Rape Case, Attends Murder Hearing Via Video Link: 10 Points

    Weeks after Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gumreet Ram Rahim Singh was sentenced to 20 years in prison for raping two of his women followers, the CBI court is today hearing arguments in two murder cases against the 50-year-old self-styled godman. Ram Rahim, who is currently lodged at Rohtak's Sunaria jail, isn't physically present in the court. He is atten...

  • Nitish Kumar Agrees With Another PM Modi Proposal

    Nitish Kumar Agrees With Another PM Modi Proposal

    Nitish Kumar is showing no burnout when it comes to agreeing with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Yesterday, the Bihar Chief Minister said the PM is correct to claim that his shock demonetisation move animated the war against black money. Today, Mr Kumar said the Prime Minister's pushing of simultaneous state and general elections is sagacious.

  • 'Will Visit Kashmir 50 Times A Year If Needed': Rajnath Singh's Outreach

    'Will Visit Kashmir 50 Times A Year If Needed': Rajnath Singh's Outreach

    Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said five Cs - compassion, communication, co-existence, confidence-building and consistency - will form the basis of a permanent solution to unrest in Jammu and Kashmir, offering to meet anyone who, he said, wants to help do that.

  • Tata Motors Workers' Union Calls Off Four-Day Strike At Jamshedpur Plant

    Tata Motors Workers' Union Calls Off Four-Day Strike At Jamshedpur Plant

    Tata Motors and its temporary workers at the Jamshedpur plant who were on a strike since Tuesday today agreed to end the four-day impasse. The ice-breaker came in after the unions agreed to the management offer to take 200 of the over 4,500 temporary workers on to the rolls annually. At the reconciliation meeting held yesterday, the workers had tur...

  • Gold Slumps Rs 820 To Rs 30,530 On Weak Global Cues

    Gold Slumps Rs 820 To Rs 30,530 On Weak Global Cues

    Globally, gold after hitting one-year high of $1,357.64 an ounce, fell 0.19 per cent to $1,346 an ounce and silver by 0.91 per cent to $17.93 an ounce in New York in yesterday's trade.

  • Gauri Lankesh Got No Hate Mail From Naxals, Says Sister, Brother Clarifies Too

    Gauri Lankesh Got No Hate Mail From Naxals, Says Sister, Brother Clarifies Too

    Filmmaker Kavitha Lankesh sat forlorn and weeping yesterday by the coffin of her older sister Gauri Lankesh, struggling to come to terms with her murder by unidentified gunman outside her Bengaluru home. Today, she pulled herself together to address a press conference with their younger brother Indrajit Lankesh, who had said on Wednesday that Gauri...

  • China Angered By Army Chief Bipin Rawat's Remarks On Its 'Salami Slicing'

    China Angered By Army Chief Bipin Rawat's Remarks On Its 'Salami Slicing'

    China has taken offense to Army Chief General Bipin Rawat warning of a "two-front war" with China and Pakistan. The Chinese government today said that the army chief's remarks, made yesterday, are at complete odds with the spirit of cooperation that its president Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke of when they met this week.

  • As Rain Paralysed Mumbai, People Slept In Offices, Homes Of Colleagues

    As Rain Paralysed Mumbai, People Slept In Offices, Homes Of Colleagues

    As Mumbai was pounded yesterday by heavy rain that was 29 times more than usual, many spent the night in their offices or homes of friends and strangers - wiser since the horror of July 26, 2005. Their only consolation was that today's a holiday for schools, colleges and offices

  • LIVE: Mumbai On The Road To Recovery A Day After Heavy Rain

    LIVE: Mumbai On The Road To Recovery A Day After Heavy Rain

    Mumbai is slowly limping back to normal a day after heavy rain battered the city. The rainfall recorded in Mumbai yesterday is said to be the heaviest in 12 years, recording almost 300 millimeters in some locations. Today, several roads have been cleared for traffic and water has receded from some public areas. Local trains are also running, though...

  • Rampal, Another Jailed 'Godman' In Haryana, Faces Court Verdict: 10 Facts

    Rampal, Another Jailed 'Godman' In Haryana, Faces Court Verdict: 10 Facts

    So-called "Godman" Rampal, whose arrest for murder caused a tense two-week standoff between his followers and the police three years ago, will be in a court in Haryana's Hisar today for a decision on whether he is guilty. Six died in clashes that preceded his arrest. Yesterday, another spiritual leader, Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Sing...

'Yesterday And Today' - 99 Video Result(s)

'Yesterday And Today' - 266 News Result(s)

  • Diwali Arrived A Fortnight Before Time, Says PM Modi On GST Tweak

    Diwali Arrived A Fortnight Before Time, Says PM Modi On GST Tweak

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said yesterday's changes in the GST regime giving relief to small and medium businesses have been hailed across the country as they kindled the festive mood of Diwali a fortnight before it is celebrated.

  • Yogi Adityanath, In Kerala For BJP Yatra, Raises 'Love Jihad': 10 Facts

    Yogi Adityanath, In Kerala For BJP <i>Yatra</i>, Raises 'Love Jihad': 10 Facts

    Yogi Adityanath, surrounded by a sea of supporters, today joined the BJP's 15-day relay walk or padyatra launched in Kerala by party chief Amit Shah. Mr Shah launched the Jan Raksha (protect people) yatra yesterday in Kannur, the home base of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, to highlight what the BJP says is the ruling CPM's "murder politics". Yogi...

  • Father Tom Uzhunnalil Meets Priests In Bengaluru

    Father Tom Uzhunnalil Meets Priests In Bengaluru

    Father Tom Uzhunnalil, who was freed after being kept in captivity suspectedly by the ISIS for 18 months in strife-torn Yemen, today reached Bengaluru, where he met priests of his religious order. "I thank God almighty. I thank everybody in the name of Jesus," Father Uzhunnalil, who had met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and External Affairs Minister...

  • Gujarat Child Body Has A Question For Jain Couple Taking Monkhood Today

    Gujarat Child Body Has A Question For Jain Couple Taking Monkhood Today

    The Gujarat child rights panel yesterday sought a report from the civil administration and the police about steps taken by a Jain couple, who are embracing monkhood today, to secure their three-year-old daughter's future

  • Renault Captur Bookings Open, Ahead of October Launch

    Renault Captur Bookings Open, Ahead of October Launch

    Renault India introduced the new Captur crossover in India yesterday and the bookings have started from today across all Renault dealerships. With a tentative launch during Diwali, the new Renault Captur is based on Duster's platform and comes with a host of premium features.

  • Ram Rahim, Jailed In Rape Case, Attends Murder Hearing Via Video Link: 10 Points

    Ram Rahim, Jailed In Rape Case, Attends Murder Hearing Via Video Link: 10 Points

    Weeks after Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gumreet Ram Rahim Singh was sentenced to 20 years in prison for raping two of his women followers, the CBI court is today hearing arguments in two murder cases against the 50-year-old self-styled godman. Ram Rahim, who is currently lodged at Rohtak's Sunaria jail, isn't physically present in the court. He is atten...

  • Nitish Kumar Agrees With Another PM Modi Proposal

    Nitish Kumar Agrees With Another PM Modi Proposal

    Nitish Kumar is showing no burnout when it comes to agreeing with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Yesterday, the Bihar Chief Minister said the PM is correct to claim that his shock demonetisation move animated the war against black money. Today, Mr Kumar said the Prime Minister's pushing of simultaneous state and general elections is sagacious.

  • 'Will Visit Kashmir 50 Times A Year If Needed': Rajnath Singh's Outreach

    'Will Visit Kashmir 50 Times A Year If Needed': Rajnath Singh's Outreach

    Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said five Cs - compassion, communication, co-existence, confidence-building and consistency - will form the basis of a permanent solution to unrest in Jammu and Kashmir, offering to meet anyone who, he said, wants to help do that.

  • Tata Motors Workers' Union Calls Off Four-Day Strike At Jamshedpur Plant

    Tata Motors Workers' Union Calls Off Four-Day Strike At Jamshedpur Plant

    Tata Motors and its temporary workers at the Jamshedpur plant who were on a strike since Tuesday today agreed to end the four-day impasse. The ice-breaker came in after the unions agreed to the management offer to take 200 of the over 4,500 temporary workers on to the rolls annually. At the reconciliation meeting held yesterday, the workers had tur...

  • Gold Slumps Rs 820 To Rs 30,530 On Weak Global Cues

    Gold Slumps Rs 820 To Rs 30,530 On Weak Global Cues

    Globally, gold after hitting one-year high of $1,357.64 an ounce, fell 0.19 per cent to $1,346 an ounce and silver by 0.91 per cent to $17.93 an ounce in New York in yesterday's trade.

  • Gauri Lankesh Got No Hate Mail From Naxals, Says Sister, Brother Clarifies Too

    Gauri Lankesh Got No Hate Mail From Naxals, Says Sister, Brother Clarifies Too

    Filmmaker Kavitha Lankesh sat forlorn and weeping yesterday by the coffin of her older sister Gauri Lankesh, struggling to come to terms with her murder by unidentified gunman outside her Bengaluru home. Today, she pulled herself together to address a press conference with their younger brother Indrajit Lankesh, who had said on Wednesday that Gauri...

  • China Angered By Army Chief Bipin Rawat's Remarks On Its 'Salami Slicing'

    China Angered By Army Chief Bipin Rawat's Remarks On Its 'Salami Slicing'

    China has taken offense to Army Chief General Bipin Rawat warning of a "two-front war" with China and Pakistan. The Chinese government today said that the army chief's remarks, made yesterday, are at complete odds with the spirit of cooperation that its president Xi Jinping and Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke of when they met this week.

  • As Rain Paralysed Mumbai, People Slept In Offices, Homes Of Colleagues

    As Rain Paralysed Mumbai, People Slept In Offices, Homes Of Colleagues

    As Mumbai was pounded yesterday by heavy rain that was 29 times more than usual, many spent the night in their offices or homes of friends and strangers - wiser since the horror of July 26, 2005. Their only consolation was that today's a holiday for schools, colleges and offices

  • LIVE: Mumbai On The Road To Recovery A Day After Heavy Rain

    LIVE: Mumbai On The Road To Recovery A Day After Heavy Rain

    Mumbai is slowly limping back to normal a day after heavy rain battered the city. The rainfall recorded in Mumbai yesterday is said to be the heaviest in 12 years, recording almost 300 millimeters in some locations. Today, several roads have been cleared for traffic and water has receded from some public areas. Local trains are also running, though...

  • Rampal, Another Jailed 'Godman' In Haryana, Faces Court Verdict: 10 Facts

    Rampal, Another Jailed 'Godman' In Haryana, Faces Court Verdict: 10 Facts

    So-called "Godman" Rampal, whose arrest for murder caused a tense two-week standoff between his followers and the police three years ago, will be in a court in Haryana's Hisar today for a decision on whether he is guilty. Six died in clashes that preceded his arrest. Yesterday, another spiritual leader, Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Sing...

  • Kashmir Encounter: Operation In Pulwama Ends As 3 Terrorists Killed

    Kashmir Encounter: Operation In Pulwama Ends As 3 Terrorists Killed

    With three terrorists killed, security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama today announced the end of an operation that started yesterday after the terrorists attacked the district police headquarters. Eight security forces died in the attack -- four Central Reserve Police Force personnel and four Jammu and Kashmir Police personnel

  • South Star Priyamani Marries Boyfriend Mustafa. See Sangeet Pics

    South Star Priyamani Marries Boyfriend Mustafa. See <i>Sangeet</i> Pics

    Actress Priyamani got married to her long-time boyfriend, businessman Mustafa Raj at the registrar office in Bengaluru today

  • After Ladakh Clashes, China And India Army Officers Hold Talks: 10 Facts

    After Ladakh Clashes, China And India Army Officers Hold Talks: 10 Facts

    Senior army officers from China and India in Ladakh are today holding a flag meeting, used to discuss border spats and control, after yesterday's clashes in which soldiers from the two countries threw stones at each other, resulting in minor injuries Indian border guards stopped Chinese troops from entering Indian territory along a lake. Senior arm...

  • TTV Dhinakaran Tells AIADMK Factions To 'Mend Their Ways'

    TTV Dhinakaran Tells AIADMK Factions To 'Mend Their Ways'

    Buoyed by the turnout at his rally yesterday, a combative AIADMK (Amma) leader TTV Dhinakaran today warned the party factions led by Chief Minister E Palaniswami and O Pannerselvam to mend their ways or be prepared to be "mended"

  • Nitish Kumar's New Bihar Cabinet Takes Oath After Trust Vote Success

    Nitish Kumar's New Bihar Cabinet Takes Oath After Trust Vote Success

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today formed his cabinet with 27 ministers -- 14 from the JD (U), 12 from the BJP and one from the LJP-- a day after winning the trust vote.

  • Kashmiri Separatists Used Money From Pakistan To Pay Stone-Throwers, Court Told

    Kashmiri Separatists Used Money From Pakistan To Pay Stone-Throwers, Court Told

    The National Investigation Agency (NIA) today told a Delhi court that it has firm evidence that seven Hurriyat Conference separatists arrested yesterday used money got from Pakistan through hawala to pay people to burn schools and throw stones during protests in the Kashmir Valley since last year, fuelling unrest.

  • President Pranab Mukherjee's 5-Year Tenure In 10 Points

    President Pranab Mukherjee's 5-Year Tenure In 10 Points

    President Pranab Mukherjee, who hands over the country's highest post to Ram Nath Kovind on Tuesday, addressed the nation for the last time this evening. Over the last week, the 81-year-old has attended a series of farewell ceremonies - the last one today was a lunch at the Supreme Court by the Chief Justice of India and the other judges. Yesterday...

  • Shimla Erupts In Fury After Suspect In Schoolgirl's Gang-Rape Is Killed

    Shimla Erupts In Fury After Suspect In Schoolgirl's Gang-Rape Is Killed

    Shops, offices and schools are closed in Shimla today in protest against the gang-rape and murder of a teen girl earlier this month and the alleged mishandling of her case, which has incited frequent protests in recent days against the police and government of Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh of the Congress.

  • As Protests Hit Indu Sarkar, Director Has A Question For Rahul Gandhi

    As Protests Hit <i>Indu Sarkar</i>, Director Has A Question For Rahul Gandhi

    Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar cancelled his promotional events for Indu Sarkar - a movie on Emergency which has incurred the displeasure of local Congress workers - in Nagpur and Mumbai.

  • 'Didn't Even Have A Moonch Then': Tejashwi Yadav On Corruption Charges

    'Didn't Even Have A <i>Moonch</i> Then': Tejashwi Yadav On Corruption Charges

    Lalu Yadav's son Tejashwi Yadav attended a meeting of the Bihar cabinet today and made it clear that he would not quit over charges of corruption from when he was "just a boy who hadn't even sprouted a moonchh".

  • Opposition Vice President Candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi On Link Between Amarnath Attack, Mob Violence

    Opposition Vice President Candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi On Link Between Amarnath Attack, Mob Violence

    Gopalkrisna Gandhi, announced today as the unanimous pick for vice presidential candidate by 18 opposition parties, said the terror attack on Amarnath Yatra pilgrims yesterday that left seven dead and 19 injured and the spate of mob violence across India were manifestations of the same form of hatred. Pitching his candidacy as not against any perso...

  • Picture Speaks More Than A Thousand Words: India On PM Modi-Xi Hamburg Photo

    Picture Speaks More Than A Thousand Words: India On PM Modi-Xi Hamburg Photo

    India today refused to elaborate on the "range of issues" discussed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping during their informal conversation yesterday in Hamburg, in the backdrop of a standoff between their armies in the Sikkim sector.

  • No Entry to BJP's Roopa Ganguly, Left Team In Riot-Hit Basirhat: 10 Facts

    No Entry to BJP's Roopa Ganguly, Left Team In Riot-Hit Basirhat: 10 Facts

    Roopa Ganguly and other BJP leaders were today stopped near the Kolkata airport as they attempted to visit Basirhat, where violence erupted again yesterday after a police lathicharge. Teams from the Congress and the Left were asked to turn back too by the police, which has barricaded Basirhat, about 100 km from state capital Kolkata. The opposition...

  • Delhi University Admission 2017: Third Cut Off List To Be Out By Evening Today; 3% Dip Expected

    Delhi University Admission 2017: Third Cut Off List To Be Out By Evening Today; 3% Dip Expected

    Delhi University concluded the admission process on the basis of second cut off yesterday and the admission fee payment was concluded yesterday at noon. According to reports after the admission drive on the basis of second cut off, more than 50% seats have been filled in most of the campus colleges.

  • Nitish Kumar Follows Up Attack On Congress By Saying 'Offer An Agenda'

    Nitish Kumar Follows Up Attack On Congress By Saying 'Offer An Agenda'

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today refused to retract his criticism of the Congress as the weakest link in the opposition and urged it to take the lead, as "a big party in setting an alternative narrative" for the next general election.

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