Woman ticket inspector collects Rs 1 crore as fine, creates records
The first female ticket inspector to charge passengers more than one crore rupees in penalties has been praised by the railway ministry. Rosaline Arokia Mary, a chief ticket inspector for Southern Railway, has racked up fines from unticketed passengers totaling 1.03 crore.
Pacer Mukesh in question to start IPL 2023, others in doubt
Chennai Super Kings seamer Mukesh Choudhary is a doubtful starter for the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 as he is currently healing from a back injury at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru.
PM MODI APPLAUDS T20 WORLD CUP WINNING WOMEN'S U-19 TEAM
STANDING BY WOMEN
Dhanush-Jyoshna clinch bronze on first day
WORLD YOUTH C’SHIPS
NIKHAT BAGS SECOND GOLD, LOVLINA WINS MAIDEN TITLE
WORLD AT THEIR FEET
Brazil President postpone China trip citing medical reasons
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's high-profile trip to China has been cancelled due to medical reasons, according to the President's press secretary. Taking to Twitter, the press secretary said, \"President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva was admitted to the SirioLibanes Hospital - Brasilia unit, on 3/23/2023 with flulike symptoms.
Amid US-China competition, vice president Harris to embark on Africa trip
Amid strained US-China ties, Kamala Harris is set to embark on a historic Africa trip, becoming the first woman US Vice President to visit the continent, Harris' historic trip will come nearly eight years after former President Barack Obama made his last trip to the region while in office.
Karnataka scraps 4% Muslim quota, Shah defends govt's decision
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday praised the Karnataka government's decision of scrapping the four per cent reservation for Muslims under 2B Other Backward Classes (OBCs) category, saying the quota on religious lines was constitutionally invalid.
AKHILESH ASKS NATIONAL PARTIES TO SUPPORT REGIONAL ONES
FIGHT AGAINST BJP
Punjab health minister orders strict compliance
Punjab's Health and Family Welfare Minister, Dr Balbir Singh, has ordered strict compliance of the PreConception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (PCPNDT) act in the state to address the low sex ratio in certain districts.
ANOTHER WOMAN HELD FOR HARBOURING AMRITPAL
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UP POLICE TAKE ATIQ AHMED TO PRAYAGRAJ FROM GUJARAT'S JAIL
TO PRODUCE IN COURT
One organ donor can save life up to 8-9 people: PM Modi
FOCUS ON SAVING OTHERS
Delhi government hospitals gear up to review Covid-19 preparedness
READY TO CONTROL PANDEMIC
Indian delegation calls on Sri Lankan President
THOSE WHO WEAKEN DEMOCRACY CAN'T OBSERVE 'SATYAGRAHA': YOGI
BJP DIG AT CONGRESS
'Bigger question is whether democracy will survive': Akhilesh
'Rahul's removal will put in more steel in Congress'
KHARGE SLAMS BJP, ASKS WHY IS RULING PARTY UPSET IF FUGITIVES CRITICIZED
Mallikarjun Kharge, the president of the Congress, criticised the BJP on Sunday for claiming that Rahul Gandhi insulted OBCs with his comment, for which he was found guilty in a criminal defamation case, and questioned why the governing party would be upset if fugitives like Nirav Modi and Lalit Modi were criticised.
ISRO LAUNCHES INDIA'S LARGEST LVM3 ROCKET
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) launched India's largest LVM3 rocket carrying 36 satellites from Andhra Pradesh's Sriharikota on Sunday morning.
RONALDO'S BRACE THRASHES OUT LIECHTENSTEIN
Roberto Martinez marks the new era of Portuguese football by sealing off a commanding victory over Liechtenstein in Euro 2024 Qualifiers on Friday.
NAT SCIVER-BRUNT'S 72 GUIDES MI TO 182/4 AGAINST UP WARRIORZ
Nat Sciver-Brunt’s half-century helped Mumbai Indians post 182/4 against UP Warriorz in the Eliminator of the ongoing Women’s Premier League (WPL) here at DY Patil Sports Academy on Friday.
UP MOVING FROM HOPELESSNESS TO HOPE UNDER BJP GOVT: PM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi lauded the efforts of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday, stating that the state was moving towards a “state of hope and aspiration” under his leadership.
Govt will form panel to improve NPS
The New Pension System (NPS) will be improved by a committee headed by the finance secretary, the government stated on Friday, in an effort to address employee concerns while keeping fiscal responsibility.
No plan to build any new defence industrial corridor in India
Parliament was told on Friday that there is no plan to create a new defence industrial corridor in the nation.
RS REJECTS RESOLUTION ON SPECIAL FUND TO MODERNISE MADRASSAS
The Rajya Sabha rejected a motion on Friday that called for the establishment of a special fund to modernise madrassas in light of the educational and social underachievement of Muslims, particularly women.
OPPOSITION PROTESTS GAIN GROUND OVER RAHUL'S DISQUALIFICATION
The Congress MPs who were detained by the Delhi Police on Friday raised slogans demanding a JPC probe in the Adani issue and in support of Rahul Gandhi over his disqualification as MP from Lok Sabha.
RAHUL DISQUALIFIED AS MP, CONG TO FIGHT IT LEGALLY
The disqualification is applicable with immediate effect
UK demonstrators protest Israeli leader's visit
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak welcomed Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu to London on Friday while demonstrators gathered nearby to protest against the Israeli government’s rightwing policies.
Sri Lanka receives first tranche of IMF bailout
Sri Lanka has received the first tranche of the IMF bailout programme, President Ranil Wickremesinghe told parliament on Wednesday.