Priyanka took on the cops for stopping her in Lucknow and Sitapur. Citing provisions of the law, she demanded an arrest warrant to be produced and dared police to formally arrest her. Making her sit inside any police vehicle without these, she said, would amount to kidnapping and assault.
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Looking Ugly While Leaving Deliveries Is No Issue For Mayank
Mumbai: Ever since he burst on the scene in 2018 against Australia in the Boxing Day Test at MCG, Mayank Agarwal has scored a bucketful of runs (two double hundreds) at home but has struggled to replicate his form abroad and as a consequence, lost his place in the team.
Omicron ‘suspects' in city up to 14, samples sent for tests
Mumbai: A teenager who returned from Paris and a 41-year-old man who travelled to Barcelona, Spain, was on Friday found positive for Covid-19, taking the count of people who would be checked for the Omicron variant in the city to 14.
‘Only Punjab reported O2-shortage deaths'
New Delhi: Union health minister Mansukh Mandaviya said on Friday that the opposition parties should “stop playing politics” over oxygen shortage during the second wave of Covid-19 infections and focus instead on the efforts the government has made to strengthen the health infrastructure and ramp up production of oxygen to meet the surge in demand.
Kartik's Dhamaka is among the top viewed films on an OTT platform
Kartik Aaryan’s Dhamaka has wowed fans and critics alike. The film was released more than a week ago, and since then, Kartik has been showered with a lot of love and praise for his impeccable portrayal of Arjun Pathak. The Ram Madhvani directorial scored high on ratings and reviews. As per an online research firm, the film ranks among the top viewed films online this week.
SC: No prosthetics removal at airports or lifting sans consent
‘Ensure Disabled’s Dignity Maintained At Security Checks’
India's Finest Hour
1971 liberation of Bangladesh saw Indira Gandhi and the military perfectly timing the intervention
BMC working on Malad skywalk despite stay: BJP
Mumbai: Local residents led by the BJP have alleged that four months after the state government announced a stay on the Rs 15-crore Malad skywalk, the BMC was still carrying out the work as no written stay orders were issued to the civic body. However, Environment Minister Aaditya Thackeray said that the BMC was only removing the barricades and no work was being carried out at the site.
Samples with <25 CT value under lens for Omicron
Pune: Research laboratories in Maharashtra have started prioritising positive samples of Covid-infected patients without travel history with less than a 25 cycle threshold (CT) value for genome sequencing to rule out the presence of Omicron in the community, the latest variant of concern of SARS-CoV-2.
Omicron will spread fast, says govt, hopes it will be milder
Get Jabbed To Avoid Severe Illness: Centre
10 months on, BMC to check if Mithi silt pushers work
Mumbai: A day after TOI reported that 10 months after they were bought and after releasing close to Rs 50 crore to contractors, the BMC was now checking if the imported silt pushers and pontoon excavators deployed to de-silt Mithi river actually work, Mayor Kishori Pednekar conducted a site inspection of the desilting works.
Mamata likely to join Akhilesh's rath yatra in Lucknow
West Bengal chief minister and Trinamool Congress (TMC) president Mamata Banerjee is likely to join the Samajwadi Vijay Rath Yatra in Lucknow in support of Akhilesh Yadav as the next chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, party officials aware of the matter said on Thursday.
Modi & Yogi toast infra, roast oppn
UP CM Yogi Adityanath felicitates PM Narendra Modi during the foundation stone laying ceremony for the Noida International Airpor, in Jewar on Thursday
An educational non-profit virtually connects rural children with teachers who can instruct in their native language ANIL ASHWANI SHARMA
Not going anywhere till all demands settled: Tikait at mega farmer event
UNIMPRESSED by PM Narendra Modi’s November 19 announcement on repealing the three farm laws and apology, the Kisan Mahapanchayat on Monday declared that farmers won’t withdraw their agitation till the Centre discusses and settles all pending issues.
PM for high-power police tech mission for grassroot policing
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday called for the setting up of a high-power police technology mission under the leadership of the Union home minister to adopt future technologies for grassroot policing requirements.
Govt not yet out of ‘kisan jam'
Emboldened farmers’ morcha gives ‘Chalo Sansad’ call on November 29
MODI-YOGI PIC SPARKS TALKS ON IMPORTANCE OF UP POLLS
THE significance of next year’s Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh was reflected on Sunday in a photograph showing Narendra Modi taking a stroll with Yogi Adityanath, engrossed in a deep discussion, with his arm around the chief minister’s shoulder in the corridors of Lucknow Raj Bhawan.
Farmers to go ahead with planned protest activities
Union cabinet likely to kick-start rollback process by approving a proposal to repeal the three contentious farm laws this week
PM Modi calls for constitution of high-power police tech mission
Farmer unions write open letter to PM listing six demands, ask to resume talks
Farmers to go ahead with their planned march to Parliament on November 29