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Anti-terror Squads Of 12 States Meet At Delhi Police HQ
Anti-terror Squads Of 12 States Meet At Delhi Police HQ

The meeting comes in the backdrop of the Delhi Police Special Cell's recent crackdown on a Pakistan's ISI sponsored terror module that was planning to carry out violent attacks in India.

M Night Shyamalan's 'Old'
M Night Shyamalan's 'Old' To Release In India On Sep 17

Indian-origin Hollywood filmmaker M Night Shyamalan's upcoming thriller mystery film 'Old' is all set to release theatrically in India on September 17

India Moving Away From Coal Slowly, Considerable Progress By States: Study

While Indian national politics have hesitated to engage in discussion on moving away from coal for multiple reasons, progress is being made at the sub-national level, with several states considering pivoting away from new coal.

India, Australia Pitch For 'Broad-Based And Inclusive Govt' In Afghanistan

The joint statement said the ministers noted reports of a rapid roll-back on women and girls' rights and access to services and public spaces, as well as targeted violence against the defenders of their rights.

India, Australia Junk China Terming QUAD As Asian NATO
India, Australia Junk China Terming QUAD As Asian NATO

After the India-Australia 2+2 ministerial dialogue here on Saturday, Indian External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar said: "QUAD is a platform where four countries have come to cooperate for their benefit and world's benefit."

CIA Chief Holds Important Meetings With Pak, India on Afghanistan
CIA Chief Holds Important Meetings With Pak and India on Afghanistan

In view of the developing situation in Afghanistan with the interim Taliban government being questioned broadly by the western countries, including the US, CIA Director Willian Burns flew to Pakistan and India recently to have important meetings and consultations on the way forward for the war-torn nation.

India, Sudan navies carry out maritime drill in Red Sea
India, Sudan Navies Carry Out Maritime Drill in Red Sea

Indian Naval Ship Tabar undertook a maritime partnership exercise with ships of the Sudanese Navy on September 10. Two Sudanese Navy ships, Almazz and Nimer, participated in this maiden exercise with the Indian Navy.

Minister of State for External Affairs Meenakshi Lekhi
Countries Emerging From UN Peackeeping Operations Should Set Own Priorities: India

The Council meeting focused on the crucial phase of the ending of peacekeeping operations that have brought stability to a conflict-torn country when the work of the UN and other agencies switch to peacebuilding or helping the country rebuild itself and govern itself effectively.

India’s Fifth Gold
Tokyo Paralympics 2020: India’s Krishna Nagar Bags Gold In Badminton

It’s fifth gold medal for India at the Paralympics and second in Badminton. An outstanding performance against Hong Kong's Chu Man Kai on Sunday ensured that a deserving Krishna Nagar gets nothing less than gold at the Tokyo Paralympic Games. Krishna Nagar beat Chu Man Kai in three hard-fought games in the final of the Men's badminton singles SH6 class at Tokyo.

Dubai Expo 2020
Expo 2020 Dubai: India To Showcase Country's March To Becoming $5T Economy

The six-month Expo 2020 Dubai will start on October 1, 2021 and go on till March 2022.

Digital Coins Big Investment Hit In Small-town India?

From gold to crypto, it seems Indians are changing their investment preferences! According to the 2021 Global Crypto Adoption Index by blockchain data platform Chainalysis, India has ranked second, in a poll of nations that use cryptocurrency the most.

Afghan Crisis
Afghan Crisis: India Evacuates 168 Persons From Kabul Via IAF Transport Aircraft

At least 168 passengers including some eminent Afghan leaders from Hindu and Sikh communities arrived at Hindon air base in Uttar Pradesh on Sunday morning.

IAF flight carrying stranded people lands at Hinda
India Evacuates 168 People From Kabul

Indians evacuated to Doha from Kabul were employees of a number of foreign companies that were operating in Afghanistan.

MHA Seeks Applications For Citizenship From Non-Muslim Refugees
India Announces New Category Of Visa For Afghans

A new category of electronic visa called 'e-Emergency X-Misc Visa' introduced to fast-track visa applications for entry into India.

Afghan Crisis
Afghan Crisis Intensifies, India Evacuates 50 Citizens From Mazar-e-Sharif

As the situation in Afghanistan intensifies, a total of 50 Indian nationals, including diplomats, left the Mazar-e-Sharif and reached New Delhi

LAC Disengagement: India, China Pull Out Troops From Friction Point Gogra In Ladakh
LAC Disengagement: India, China Pull Out Troops From Friction Point Gogra In Ladakh

The two sides had a candid and in-depth exchange of views on the resolution of the remaining areas related to disengagement along the LAC in the Western Sector of India-China border areas.

Watch: Emotionally Charged Interaction Between PM Modi & Women’s Hockey Team

PM Narendra Modi interacted with the Indian Women’s hockey team players after their semi-final match in Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

Tokyo 2020
Watch: Families Of Indian Men’s Hockey Team Players Celebrate After Bronze Win In Tokyo Olympics

It was a long wait for India and an excruciating one for the families of hockey team members. The celebrations reverberated after India’s triumph over Germany today.

Tokyo 2020: Indian Olympian Hockey Player Salima Tete’s Family Wishes Her Luck, Prays For Gold In Olympics

When on Monday Indian women’s hockey team stunned their opponents with a nail-biting finish in the QFs, the whole country erupted with joy. Badkichapara, a small village in Simdega district of Jharkhand, had double reasons to rejoice. India went to the Olympic semis for the 1st time, and their daughter was a part. Olympian Salima Tete hails from this village.

India's Composite Global Hunger Index Score Improves In 2020

The country has shown consistent improvement over the years in terms of the GHI brought out by Concern Worldwide and Welthungerhilfe, Minister of State for Consumer Affairs, Food, and Public Distribution, Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti said.

Dilip Tirkey
Exclusive Interview: Hockey Legend Dilip Tirkey On India’s Performance At Tokyo Olympics

We lost the match because we didn’t convert short corners into goals. Speaking exclusively to OTV, former Indian Hockey team captain, Dilip Tirkey shared this information while analysing the reasons behind the team’s defeat.

UGC notification on online exam on cow science
2 Odisha Universities Among 24 In Country Declared Fake By UGC

Based on the complaints received from the students, parents, general public and also through electronic print media, UGC has declared 24 self styled institutes as fake universities.

Covid19 Third Wave In India Likely This Month, Peak In October, Reveals IIT Study

The worst fears might just come true, sooner than anticipated. A study conducted by IIT researchers has predicted arrival of Covid19 third wave this month itself. The third wave of Covid-19 is likely to hit India in the month of August, the study reveals. According to the findings, the daily infection tally may range between 1 lakh to 1.5 lakh in the country during Wave-3. This is however far less than the second wave which saw more than 4 lakh cases daily over a period.

No Study On Climate Change's Role In Increasing Cloudbursts: Govt

The National Disaster Management Authority and the State Disaster Management Authority work in close association with the local administration to address the impact of a given disaster by issuing alerts/warnings, and guidelines from time to time to the local communities for a response during extreme rainfall/cloudburst events, the Minister said.

Border Dispute: India, China Agree To Resolve Remaining Border Dispute
LAC Border Row: India, China Agree To Resolve Remaining Border Dispute

This round of meeting was constructive, which further enhanced mutual understanding. They agreed to resolve these remaining issues in an expeditious manner in accordance with the existing agreements and protocols and maintain the momentum of dialogue and negotiations.