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    Moderate intensity quake hits Odisha's Nayagarh district

    The active cases comprise 0.03 per cent of the total infections.

    Amid Modi-Johnson bonhomie, India & UK decide to deepen ties

    The government cited specific instances of "hyberbolic" statements by news anchors and "scandalous headlines/taglines" while reporting on the Ukraine-Russia conflict and disrupting the investigation process into the "incidents" in north-west Delhi by airing "unverified CCTV footages".

    Uttar Pradesh: 10-year-old boy Abdul Hannan returns bag with Rs 5 lakh he found on the road

    The seven new projects, with a total estimated cost of INR 132 million (MVR 27 million), are spread across seven Atolls of the Maldives – Haa Dhaalu, Noonu, Kaafu, Alif Dhaalu, Thaa, Gaafu Alifu and Seenu. Healthcare, youth development and heritage conservation are the areas covered by these new projects.

    TN making rapid progress in industry, share in FDI increased, says CM M K Stalin

    After PM Modi emphasised on the need to make judiciary easier for the common man to understand, Kiren Rijiju has said that the matter is being taken up positively.

    India will eradicate poverty by 2050: Gautam Adani

    The couple had on Monday moved the court seeking bail in an FIR registered by the Mumbai police against them on charges of sedition and promoting enmity, after they gave a call to recite Hanuman Chalisa outside Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray's private residence 'Matoshree' in suburban Bandra.

    You won't have to suffer like your parents, grandparents: PM's promise to J&K youth

    The Goa bench of the Bombay High Court on Saturday admitted the state government's application challenging the acquittal of journalist Tarun Tejpal in a 2013 rape case. The sessions court had last year acquitted Tejpal of all charges, following which the state government filed a petition before the High Court challenging the order. Tejpal had challenged the maintainability of the application.

    COVID: NTAGI may recommend vaccination for 5-12 age group on Friday

    Speaking about the Jog Falls in Shivamogga district, Bommai said administration approval has been given for its overall development, so as to turn it into an international tourist spot. The Chief Minster said the State government is keen on setting up new industries in Shivamogga, for which focus would be on infrastructure and skill development.

    2 NCB officials, part of cruise drugs case probe, suspended in another case

    10-year-old Abdul Hannan, a bike mechanic's son from Uttar Pradesh's Bareilly is winning hearts for his kind gesture. Listen in!

    International Labour Day 2022: UP CM Yogi Adityanath inaugurate 'e-Pension' Portal

    All hospitals in Delhi have been advised to remain alert in view of the rise in coronavirus cases in the city, Health Minister Satyendar Jain said Friday, while asserting that they are fully prepared ...

    Support Hunar Haat artisans, Thakur urges Bollywood, corporate houses

    Foreign Office said that the time period granted for transportation of the humanitarian assistance expired on March 21 and the Government of India recently requested for extension in time period to complete the transportation process.

    Watch:  Delhi Police uses drones for security surveillance in Jama Masjid, Hauz Qazi areas

    According to an Expression of Interest (EoI) floated by the RBI, the acquisition of office premises is proposed on a long-term lease basis for a minimum 40,000 square feet carpet area located in and around BKC within a radius of 5 km from its BKC office.

    PM Modi calls for reforms to ensure easy, affordable, accessible and speedy justice

    After a short respite, the met department has predicted another rise in mercury in the national capital. The city is expected to face a heatwave on Monday and Tuesday.

    China, Russia, India, four others on US property rights 'Priority Watch List'

    A total of 25,177 Covid tests were conducted in the city a day ago, the latest data by the department showed.

    It is not the government's job to tell people what to eat or not, says Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

    Faesal, who submitted his resignation in January 2019 and floated the Jammu and Kashmir People's Movement (JKPM) party, was detained under the stringent Public Safety Act immediately after the abrogation of special status of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir.