Thursday, October 6, 2022



    Trying To Create Communal Trouble: K’taka Cong Leader On Jamia Masjid Row

    After activists of the right-wing organisation on Monday filed a memorandum to allow worship of the Anjaneya idol at Jamia Masjid in Karnataka's Mandya city, the state Congress working president Eshwar Khandre claimed that the activists are trying to "create communal trouble." ...Tap to read more

    Mehbooba Mufti Blames ‘The Kashmir Files’ For Triggering Violence In J-K

    Days after the killing of Kashmiri pandit government employee Rahul Bhat, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chief Mehbooba Mufti on Monday blamed the Vivek Agnihotri directorial 'The Kashmir Files' for 'triggering' violence in the union territory, while also claiming that she created a safe environment for Kashmiri Pandits during her tenure. ...Tap to read more

    15,000 More Govt Schools Needed To Enrol 4.7 M Out-Of-School Children In Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

    Pakistan's Elementary and Secondary Education (E and SE) Department needs to establish over 15,000 additional government schools for enrolling a total of 4.7 million out-of-school children in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, according to an internal assessment. ...Tap to read more

    India Rejects ‘Unwarranted’ OIC Comments On J-K Delimitation

    India on Monday rejected the assertions made by Organisation of Islamic Cooperation on the delimitation exercise in Jammu and Kashmir and said the union territory is an integral and inalienable part of India and OIC should refrain from carrying out its communal agenda vis-a-vis India at the behest of one country. ...Tap to read more

    Imran Khan’s Erstwhile Government Procured USD 52 Billion In Loans

    The erstwhile Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government tops the list amongst the last four administrations in the country with the highest external borrowing of around USD 52 billion in its three-year rule, a media report said. ...Tap to read more

    US Supreme Court Rules Against Indian Citizen

    The US Supreme Court ruled against an Indian citizen who has spent decades in the US and faces deportation after checking the wrong box on a driver's license application. ...Tap to read more

    Norwegian Investigating Baloch Disappearances In Pakistan Brutally Tortured

    A Norwegian national and Human Rights Activist Ehsan Arjemandi, who went to Pakistan to investigate a large number of enforced disappearances of Baloch people was arbitrarily detained and brutally tortured. ...Tap to read more

    Companies Relocate Investments As China Reels Under Strict Zero-COVID Lockdowns

    China's infamous Zero-COVID policy has gained eyeballs for all the wrong reasons and amid this European and US companies in China have expressed concern about an increasingly unstable investment climate due to seemingly unending lockdowns and severe disease control measures. ...Tap to read more

    PM Modi Holds Meeting With UP BJP Leaders, Ministers In Lucknow

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday evening held a meeting with Uttar Pradesh Bharatiya Janata Party leaders and Ministers in Lucknow. ...Tap to read more

    IPL 2022: Delhi Capitals Enter Top 4 After Beating PBKS By 17 Runs In Must-Win Match

    Brief score: Delhi Capitals 159/7 (Mitchell Marsh 63, Sarfaraz Khan 32; Liam Livingstone 3-27) vs Punjab Kings 142/9 (Jitesh Sharma 44, Jonny Bairstow 28; Shradul Thakur 4-36).  ...Tap to read more



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    Ind V/S SA, 1st ODI: Miller-Klaasen Pair Set India 250-Run Target In 40 Overs

    David Miller and Heinrich Klaasen's unbeaten partnership of 139 runs guide South Africa to 249/4 in a 40-over rain-truncated match here at the Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium in Lucknow. ....Tap to read more

    Thailand Child Care Shooting: Death Toll Rises To 36

    The fatalities in a mass shooting massacre that took place at a child care centre in Thailand rose to 36, including 23 children, CNN reported on Thursday. ....Tap to read more

    J-K Tourism: Highest Number Of Tourists Visited State This Year

    Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Department recorded the arrival of highest number of tourists in an annual year since independence. ....Tap to read more