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July 17, 2024

India a bright spot amid tepid global scenario: IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has upgraded its economic outlook this year India.

2 mins

Hooda to helm election affairs of Congress in Haryana

Different plans for states going to polls soon

Hooda to helm election affairs of Congress in Haryana

1 min

Shah launches scathing attack on Cong in Haryana

Says won't allow quota for Muslims in the state

Shah launches scathing attack on Cong in Haryana

2 mins

India's ICCPR review ends successfully

A periodic review of India’s implementation of the UNmandated International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) was “successfully” concluded on Tuesday by experts of the Human Rights Committee in Geneva.

1 min

Oppn calls for united efforts to end terror menace, slams govt

After another terrorist attack in Jammu’s Doda district, which claimed the lives of four soldiers, the Opposition parties on Tuesday slammed the Central government and said that a united national effort is needed against crossborder terrorism.

Oppn calls for united efforts to end terror menace, slams govt

2 mins

Elephants at Kerala temple feast on Tripura pineapples

Elephants at Vadakkumnatha Kshethram were treated to a royal feast on Tuesday, as they swapped their usual bananas for Tripura’s famed GI-tagged Queen Pineapples. This initiative, led by Minister of State for Petroleum and Tourism, Suresh Gopi, has created a buzz across the state.

Elephants at Kerala temple feast on Tripura pineapples

2 mins

CAPTAIN AMONG 4 SOLDIERS MARTYRED IN DODA

Encounter is third major clash in region within three weeks. | Extensive ops to flush out terrorists from forest area

CAPTAIN AMONG 4 SOLDIERS MARTYRED IN DODA

2 mins

NIT alumnus held for NEET-UG paper leak case

The CBI arrested two more people allegedly involved in the NEET-UG paper leak case in Patna on Tuesday.

1 min

Kanchanjunga Express mishap was 'waiting to happen': Probe report

The probe by the Commissioner of Railway Safety has stated that the Kanchanjunga Express accident involving a goods train was “waiting to happen” due to multiple lapses in managing train operations in automatic signal zones.

1 min

CONG CHIEF KHARGE CONDEMNS TERROR ATTACK IN J&K'S DODA

In the aftermath of a tragic encounter in Jammu and Kashmir’s Doda district, where four Indian Army soldiers, including an officer, lost their lives battling terrorists, Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge vehemently condemned the cowardly act and criticised the Modi government’s response.

CONG CHIEF KHARGE CONDEMNS TERROR ATTACK IN J&K'S DODA

1 min

TN PARTIES CONDEMN KARNATAKA STANCE ON CAUVERY WATER ISSUE

The escalating tensions have been fueled by Karnataka’s recent decision to restrict Cauvery water releases, citing local water scarcity concerns.

TN PARTIES CONDEMN KARNATAKA STANCE ON CAUVERY WATER ISSUE

1 min

HC RESTRAINS MAMATA FROM MAKING 'DEFAMATORY STATEMENT' AGAINST GUV

A single bench judge of the Calcutta High Court on Tuesday directed West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee not to make any ‘defamatory statement’ or ‘incorrect statement’ against West Bengal Governor Dr. C.V. Ananda Bose.

HC RESTRAINS MAMATA FROM MAKING 'DEFAMATORY STATEMENT' AGAINST GUV

3 mins

K. Kavitha admitted to hospital after her health deterioration in Tihar

Bharat Rashtra Samiti (BRS) leader K. Kavitha was taken to Delhi's DDU Hospital on Tuesday evening after her health deteriorated.

K. Kavitha admitted to hospital after her health deterioration in Tihar

1 min

INDIA MUST DOUBLE EV WORKFORCE TO ACHIEVE FULL LOCALISATION BY 2030

The report highlighted that only 5744 percent of B.E. and B Tech graduates are employable. Even less for EV and digital

INDIA MUST DOUBLE EV WORKFORCE TO ACHIEVE FULL LOCALISATION BY 2030

1 min

SUPREME COURT ISSUED NOTICE ON PLEAS FILED BY NTA TO TRANSFER PETITIONS FROM HIGH COURT TO SUPREME COURT

The Supreme Court in the case National Testing Agency Versus Durgesh Raj And Ors And Other Connected Matters observed and has issued notice wherein the petition is filed by the National Testing Agency, NTA with regards to the NEET-UG 2024 cases pending before the Rajasthan High Court.

SUPREME COURT ISSUED NOTICE ON PLEAS FILED BY NTA TO TRANSFER PETITIONS FROM HIGH COURT TO SUPREME COURT

2 mins

'India-Mauritius space cooperation will foster new era'

Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth said that the overall scope of space cooperation between India and Mauritius will foster a new era, that would allow the flow of data relating to the territory.

'India-Mauritius space cooperation will foster new era'

1 min

COURT GRANTS BAIL TO PAKISTAN TEHREEK-E-INSAF ACTIVIST SANAM JAVED

Pakistan’s Islamabad High Court on Monday ordered the immediate release of PTI activist Sanam Javed and barred the police from arresting her till Thursday, Pakistan-based daily, Dawn reported.

COURT GRANTS BAIL TO PAKISTAN TEHREEK-E-INSAF ACTIVIST SANAM JAVED

1 min

NO PLAN TO DONATE MONEY TO PRO-TRUMP SUPER PAC: MUSK

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has rejected a report claiming that he plans to give USD 45 million a month to a new super political-action committee (PAC) supporting former US President Donald Trump’s presidential run, calling it “fake.”

NO PLAN TO DONATE MONEY TO PRO-TRUMP SUPER PAC: MUSK

1 min

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The Daily Guardian Newspaper Description:

PublisherITV Network

CategoryNewspaper

LanguageEnglish

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The Daily Guardian is an English-language daily newspaper published in New Delhi, India. It is known for its independent and critical stance on a range of issues, including politics, economics, society, and culture. The newspaper has a team of experienced journalists who provide in-depth and insightful reporting on a wide range of topics.

The Daily Guardian is a valuable resource for anyone who wants to stay informed about current events in India. It is known for its independent and critical stance, as well as its high-quality journalism.
Here are some of the key features of The Daily Guardian:

* In-depth reporting and analysis: The Daily Guardian is known for its in-depth reporting and analysis of a wide range of topics, including politics, economics, society, and culture.
* Independent and critical voice: The Daily Guardian is known for its independent and critical voice. It is not afraid to challenge the status quo and to hold the powerful accountable.
* High-quality journalism: The Daily Guardian has a team of experienced journalists who provide high-quality journalism. The newspaper's reporting is accurate, fair, and balanced.

If you are looking for a newspaper that will provide you with in-depth reporting and analysis of current events in India, then The Daily Guardian is the perfect choice for you.

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