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  • Haryana chief minister says PV Sindhu is from Karnataka and Twitter burns him!

    While the nation was still recovering from Sports Minister Vijay Goel’s tirade of embarrassment at Rio, Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar committed a faux pas when he during an event at Bahadurgarh said that silver medalist PV Sindhu belonged to Karnataka. Speaking at a function he said, “Sakshi Malik[Read More…]

  • Twitterati shuts Pierce Morgan over his comment on India’s performance at Olympics

    British journalist and TV personality Piers Morgan made fun of India’s celebration and loud cheers over winning two medals calling it an embarrassing act as the country with 1.2 billion population celebrates 2 losing medals. But what happen after it would certainly made the journo to rethink before making fun[Read More…]

  • Can’t pay a woman to carry your babies says the proposed surrogacy law

    According to the latest draft law cleared by the government on Wednesday, childless couples cannot hire surrogate mothers or ask anyone but close relatives to carry their babies. Union minister Sushma Swaraj post a cabinet meeting in which the surrogacy law was cleared addressed the media and said, “There will[Read More…]

  • 6.8 magnitude quake jolts Myanmar; tremors felt in Bengal, Assam

    A major earthquake of 6.8 magnitude struck central Myanmar on Wednesday, US Geological Survey (USGS) said, shaking buildings across the country and the region. The quake struck 143 km (88 miles) west of the city of Meiktila at a depth of 84 km (52 miles), the agency said. There were[Read More…]

  • National security gravely compromised; Congress reacts to Scorpene leak

    The Congress on Wednesday held a press conference in reaction to news reports on the Scorpene leak, where 22,400 pages of a document titled ‘Resticted Scorpene India’ were leaked. The pages detail the secret combat capabilities of six submarines, designed by French shipbuilder DCNS for the Indian navy, in a[Read More…]

  • Fresh death spurs tension in the Valley, as Rajnath lands for talks

    Union minister Rajnath Singh reached Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday, his second trip this month, to hold talks on the unrest in the Valley. However, the government maintains that its first priority is to end the violence. As part of Singh’s two-day visit, he will interact with civil society groups,[Read More…]

  • Raising Dahi Handi human pyramid height very scary, says SC

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday said human pyramids formed during the Dahi Handi festival cannot exceed 20 feet. The apex court rejected a petition that argued that a height restriction would mar one of India’s most-prominent festivals. The Maharashtra government requested the top court to increase the maximum allowed height[Read More…]

  • Manohar Parrikar says submarine document leak is a case of ‘hacking’

    Defence minister Manohar Parrikar said 22,400 pages of documents titled ‘Resticted Scorpene India’ which were leaked is a case of “hacking”. The pages detail the secret combat capabilities of six submarines, designed by French shipbuilder DCNS for the Indian navy, in a $3 billion deal. “I understand there has been[Read More…]

  • Man eats 40 knives because ‘he felt like it’

    In a case that baffled everyone who heard about it, surgeons in Amritsar removed around 40 knives from a patient’s stomach. A 42-year-old police officer named Jarnail Singh was admitted to the hospital on Friday when he complained of stomach ache and weakness and subsequent endoscopy revealed that the guy’s[Read More…]

  • Arizona man kills roomie after posting warning on Twitter

    An Arizona man named Zachary Penton was arrested by police for killing his roommate. Reportedly,  Penton had discussed his murder plan on Twitter two prior to the incident. He had tweeted, “I need to move out of my place before I viciously murder my roommates.” I need to move out[Read More…]

  • Dawood’s addresses in Pakistan confirmed

    A UN committee on Tuesday has confirmed that six of the nine places cited by India as addresses of Dawood Ibrahim, proving that the underworld don was hiding in Pakistan. One of the addresses which have been dropped by the UN Security Council’s Al Qaeda Sanctions Committee was found similar[Read More…]

  • India’s Youngest MP has tabled maximum private bills in Lok Sabha

    Dushyant Chautala, the youngest MP in the history of Indian Parliament[has reportedly tabled the maximum number of private member bills in Lok Sabha. With 13 bills he holds the record of the max bills and also, the Hisar MP is credited with asking maximum number of questions in Lok Sabha.[Read More…]

  • Divya Spandana, aka Ramya, gets sedition case for praising Pakistan

    Actress-turned-politician Divya Spandana, alias Ramya, has been slapped with a sedition case after praising Pakistan. After recently visiting the country for a SAARC event, she countered defence minister Manohar Parrikar’s comment on Pakistan being “hell” saying it is not. The 33-year-old had said, “Pakistan is not hell. People there are[Read More…]

  • Burhan Wani’s father says his son was a mujahid, not a terrorist; backs jihad

    Muzaffar Wani, father of slain Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani in an interview to Hindustan Times says that Burhan would have died even if he had not joined militancy and prefers to call his son mujahid. He said, “Uska raasta theek tha. Jehad is fine. He was a mujahid, not[Read More…]

  • Debris of suspected missing IAF AN-32 found near Chennai coast

    ‘Samudra Ratnakar’, a Geological Survey of India’s (GSI) ship,  has captured images of 75 pieces of debris about 200 nautical miles off Chennai coast. The wreckage is suspected to be of Indian Air Force AN-32 which went missing last month with 29 people on board. GSI’s Samudra Ratnakar, which is part of[Read More…]

  • SheThePeople.TV presents ‘Young Makers Conclave’ in Sept

    In this changing and dynamic world, growth is the only constant necessity. With the youth being the future of a society, digital storytelling platform for women, SheThePeople.TV,  brings ‘Young Makers Conclave’, a platform to discuss ideas, give them shape and convert them into meaningful projects. The event is a brain[Read More…]

  • Loss of life in Kashmir distresses us, says PM Modi

    Expressing deep concern over the prevailing situation in Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that those who lost their lives during the unrest are “part of us, our nation”. “Whether the lives lost are of our youth, security personnel or police, it distresses us,” Modi told a delegation[Read More…]

  • Will the ‘M’ factor work for Mayawati?

    Mayawati, who won in Uttar Pradesh riding high on an unprecedented Brahmin-Dalit alliance in 2007, seems to have found a new top-up to her conventional SC vote bank. Sources close to BSP supremo tells Newsd that the party has finalized as many as 138 Muslim candidates across the state. A[Read More…]

  • Former AISA-Delhi President faces rape allegations from fellow JNU student

    A 28-year-old PhD scholar at Jawaharlal Nehru University was allegedly raped by a fellow student on Saturday when she went to his hostel room to copy a movie on a pen drive. The accused, Anmol Ratan is a fellow student and leader of  AISA, the student wing of the CPI[Read More…]

  • Urjit Patel is new RBI governor: 6 things to know about him

    Ending the speculation, as who will be the successor of Raghuram Rajan the government has finally announced that Urjit Patel will take over as the 24th Governor of the Reserve Bank of India. Patel was serving as the deputy governor incharge of the monetary policy department. Here is brief profile[Read More…]

  • Chetan’s latest book breaks Amazon’s pre-order record!

    Chetan Bhagat’s latest book has broken all records in Amazon’s pre-order history, his latest fiction “One Indian Girl” is now the leading title on pre-orders, the site has ever witnessed. “Launched under the exclusive online partnership between Amazon and Rupa Publishing, the pre-orders went live on Amazon at 2 pm on Friday[Read More…]

  • WB Congress posts controversial Tweet on Rajiv Gandhi’s birth anniversary

    Congress’ West Bengal unit made a faux pas on Twitter this morning, by tweeting a controversial statement by former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. Marking his birth anniversary, the verified handle on Saturday morning tweeted the quote, “When a big tree falls, the ground shakes”. Rajiv’s 1984 statement was perceived as[Read More…]

  • Good news for Centre as 11 more states line up to ratify GST

    At least 11 states are lining up special legislative sessions to ratify the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill. This is good news for the Union government, which is looking to implement the new tax regime by April 1, 2017. A minimum of 16 states need to pass GST before[Read More…]

  • No “Horn-OK-Please” in this city of India

    In a complete contrast to Delhi where people honk for no reason at all, Aizawl has been declared as a “Honk-Free city.” Giving people another reason to run to the hills, this beautiful capital of Mizoram is absolute paradise as captured by a shot film made by debut filmmakers of[Read More…]

  • Rio Olympics 2016: Day 13 round up

    On day 13th at Rio, PV Sindhu stormed into the finals of women’s singles by defeating Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara at Rio Olympics. Sindhu won the semi-final match in straight sets 21-19 21-10. With this she became the Indian to qualify for the Badminton finals at Olympics. Sindhu’s historic win did[Read More…]

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