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Tuesday, May 03

Curfew remains in force in Jodhpur; 97 arrested after communal clashes

Jodhpur, May 4: As many as 97 people have been arrested so far in connection with communal clashes over hoisting of a flag before Eid in Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot's constituency Jodhpur where curfew continued in 10 police station areas

India committed to meeting needs of poor, vulnerable through infra: PM Modi

New Delhi, May 05: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that India is committed to meeting the needs of the poor and vulnerable by building next-generation infrastructure to realise their aspirations. Addressing the inaugural session of th....

Indians have had no role in damaging the planet: PM Modi in Denmark

Copenhagen, May 3: Asserting that India's role in damaging the climate is negligible, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said Indians have had no role in harming the planet and the need of the hour is to promote 'lifestyle for environment'.{imag....

Prime Minister Modi participates in India-Denmark Business Forum in Copenhagen

New Delhi, May 3: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi jointly participated with Prime Minister of Denmark, Mette Frederiksen, and Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark, in the India- Denmark Business Forum at the Confederation of Danish Industry.  Pr....

Monday, May 02

MP: No curfew relaxation in Khargone; Eid, Akshaya Tritiya celebrations from home

Bhopal/Khargone, May 03: The Khargone administration has decided not to relax the curfew on Tuesday and asked people to celebrate the Eid-al-Fitr and Akshaya Tritiya festivals at home in the violence-hit Madhya Pradesh city, officials said. Security....

Don't be scared, keep on fighting: Mamata Banerjee's eid message

Kolkata, May 03: Describing the current situation in the country as "not fine", West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today asserted that the "politics of isolation" going on in the country is not welcome. Participating in the prayer for

Include meat in midday meals for school children: Supreme Court to Lakshadweep admin

New Delhi, May 2: The Supreme Court on Monday directed continuation of the Kerala high court order directing the Lakshadweep administration to include meat products, including chicken, in the menu of midday meals for school children. The top court wa....

Durgapur flight turbulence: DGCA begins inspection of entire SpiceJet aircraft fleet

New Delhi, May 2: India's aviation regulator DGCA on Monday announced that it is carrying out an inspection of the entire SpiceJet aircraft fleet after its Mumbai-Durgapur plane ran into a severe turbulence leading to injuries to 17 people, two of

Sunday, May 01

Mumbai sessions court to pronounce order on bail plea of MP Navneet Rana and MLA Ravi Rana today

Mumbai, May 02: A special court here is likely to decide the bail plea of jailed Independent MP Navneet Rana and her MLA husband Ravi Rana on May 2. The couple had moved court seeking bail in an FIR

Sri Lanka-Tamil Nadu smuggling corridor on overdrive mode: Agencies on high alert

The customs officials have found that smuggling in a kilogram of gold into India fetches Rs 6 lakh. Moreover the ones smuggling it into India are paid around Rs 40,000 per consignment. New Delhi, May 02: There is a heightened sense

I was there when Babri mosque was razed, not Shiv Sena: Fadnavis

Mumbai, May 01: Launching a full-blown attack on the Shiv Sena on the issue of Hindutva, BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday said he was present when the Babri mosque was brought down, and claimed that no leader from the Sena

‘My visit at a time region facing many challenges, choices’: PM Modi on Europe trip

New Delhi, May 01: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said his trip to Europe comes at a time when the region faces many challenges and choices, and that he intends to strengthen the spirit of cooperation with India's European partners. {ima....