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November 19, 2022
Vill trigger blast if Rahul stays at Khalsa stadium'
Rahul Gandhi has received a bomb threat through an anonymous letter that has reached Indore, saying that a bomb would be set off if the Congress leader stays overnight at the Khalsa stadium in the city during his on going Bharat Jodo Yatra walk.
PM: Terrorism is an attack on humanity
Addresses 3rd No Money for Terror’ ministerial conference in Delhi
Time to pass the mantle: NC chiefresigns from party presidential post
In a surprise development in Jammu and Kashmir, veteran politician and former chief minister Farooq Abdullah on Friday announced his decision to step down from the post of National Conference president, saying it is time to hand over the mantle to the new generation
Vikram-S, India's first pvt sector rocket successfully lifts off
Vikram-S, India's first-ever privately developed rocket successfully lifted off from the Sriharikota spaceport on Friday morning.
Centre reintroduces draft Data Protection Bill for public views
The purpose of this Act, the draft said, is to provide for the processing of digital personal data in a manner that recognizes both the right of individuals to protect their personal data and the need to process personal data for lawful purposes
SC declines NIA plea to recall Navlakha's house arrest order
The Supreme Court on Friday declined to recall its order on house arrest of activist Gautam Navlakha, accused in Bhima Koregaon case, despite the NIA claiming that Navlakha had made a series of misleading statements and he wanted to stay at place which has a library of Communist Party of India (CPI).
MLAs' poaching case: SIT notices to Kerala doctor and BDJS president
The Special Investigation Team (SIT) of Telangana police probing the sensational MLAs' poaching case has summoned Kerala doctor Jaggu Swami and BDJS president Tushar Vellapally for questioning.
Kavitha claims BJP approached her with Shinde model proposal
Thiscomes two days after KCR told party leaders that BJP was even trying to lure his daughter
Bommai's PA honey-trapped; confidential documents leaked
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavraj Bommai's Personal Assistant was honeytrapped and confidential documents were extracted from him, police sources said on Friday.
Hakim writes to CP on hawker eviction
‘Mayor added that the role of police is not above criticism since it is not possible for the hawkers to sit on main thoroughfares without the knowledge and consent of local police authority
State ready to support toy sector: MSME principal secy
Toy manufacturers willing to set up warehousing facilities near Kolkata can get in touch with the state government for assistance, assured Rajesh Pandey, principal secretary, department of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and textiles.
TMC miffed over new Guv appnt sans consultation
The ruling Trinamul Congress in Bengal has expressed its displeasure over appointment of C.V. Ananda Bose as the new state Governor without consultation with chief minister Mamata Banerjee.
Family planning programmes would yield better results if they are reinforced with proper educational programmes. The value of breast feeding, use of balanced and uncontaminated food, clean water and maintenance of environmental sanitation can only be appreciated by imparting education. Education should be regarded as a powerful weapon to combat increase in fertility rate, poverty, and unemployment
Odisha's maritime traditions reinforced at Bali Jatra
The eastern state of Odisha celebrated Bali Jatra from 8 to 16 November 2022. It is a major Boita Bandana festival held on Kartik Purnima, at Cuttack on the bank of Mahanadi to mark the day when ancient Sadhabas (ancient Odia mariners) would set sail to distant lands of Bali, Java, Sumatra, Borneo in Indonesia and Sri Lanka (formerly Ceylon) for trade and cultural relations.
The other side of climate finance
Money can’t buy you love. It hasn’t bought reforms either. But it can buy you other things, like a trip to Sharm-El-Sheikh, the beautiful seaside resort in Egypt where the UN conference on climate change was on.
Indian stock indices, largely steady on Friday morning
Indian stocks and rupee traded largely steady this morning, with risks of a downside in line with global benchmark US markets.
FM urges AIIB to invest in renewable energy in India
She made this request to AlIB President Jin Liqun, who mether earlierinthe day
Mining sector should not shy away from going beyond borders: Union Mines Secretary
Given the global disruptions amid more competition, Union Mines Secretary Vivek Bharadwaj stressed key points which can boost the sector and said the mining industry should not shy away from going beyond the borders and acquiring niche foreign based organisations, specialising in areas including engineering, design and other aspects.
Maryland probe finds 158 abusive priests, over 600 victims
An investigation by Maryland's attorney general identified 158 Roman Catholic priests in the Archdiocese of Baltimore who have been accused of sexually and physically abusing more than 600 victims over the past 80 years, according to court records filed Thursday.
Where's Putin? Leader leaves bad news on Ukraine to others
When Russia’s top military brass announced in a televised appearance that they were pulling troops out of the key city of Kherson in southern Ukraine, one man missing from the room was President Vladimir Putin.
Pelosi to step down from House leadership.Stay in Congress
The California Democratsaid she would remain in Congressas the representative from San Francisco
3 convicted of Malaysian in 2014 downing jet over Ukraine
A Dutch court on Thursday convicted three men of murder for their role in shooting down a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet with a Russian surface-to-air missile, killing all 298 people aboard the aircraft as it flew over a separatist-controlled region of eastern Ukraine in 2014.
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