Kanpur Violence: Curfew Imposed In Bareilly, 800 Booked, 24 Arrested

Days after the communal violence in Kanpur, which was allegedly started against BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma’s insulting remarks, the Bareilly administration has imposed a curfew under Section 144 as a precautionary measure ahead of a huge protest to be held on June 10 as announced by Muslim cleric Tauqir Raza. As per the administration, not […]


India Doesn’t Need To Join Any Axis, Says EAM Jaishankar

Taking a veiled dig at those who question New Delhi’s independent foreign policy, External Affairs Minister (EAM) Dr S Jaishankar on Friday said that India does not need to join any axis, adding that the country is “entitled to make its own choices which will be a balance of its values and interests.” He made […]


Indian delegation meets senior Taliban leaders in Kabul

India and the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan Taliban Thursday discussed a host of issues — resumption of stalled infrastructure projects, activation of diplomatic ties, and restarting the issue of visas for Afghan students and patients — in Delhi’s first-ever diplomatic outreach to the Taliban interim government. For the first time since the Taliban takeover on […]


U.S. to give Ukraine advanced rockets, Russia consolidates Donbass position

Russian forces were attempting to consolidate their hold on Ukraine industrial city of Sievierodonetsk on Thursday, edging closer to claiming a big prize in their offensive in the eastern Donbas region. But in a boost for Ukraine, locked in a grinding struggle against Russia’s invading army, the United States announced a $700 million weapons package […]


Delhi minister Satyendar Jain sent to ED custody till June 9

Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain was sent to the custody of Enforcement Directorate till June 9, in connection to an alleged money laundering case registered against him. Jain, a senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader, was arrested by the ED on May 30. The agency officials told news agency ANI that his arrest was linked to […]

Jama Masjid

Jama Masjid Dome Damaged In Evening Storm

The historic Jama Masjid had its finial broken and suffered other damage in a storm that was accompanied by heavy rains in Delhi on Monday evening. Shahi Imam of Jama Masjid Syed Ahmed Bukhari said that two people were injured by stones as they became loose and fell down from one of the minarets and […]


US Surpasses China To Become India’s Biggest Trading Partner

The United States of America (USA) surpassed China to become India’s top trading partner in 2021-22, reflecting strengthening economic ties between the two countries. According to the data of the commerce ministry, in 2021-22, the bilateral trade between the US and India stood at $119.42 billion as against $80.51 billion in 2020-21. Exports to the […]


Missing Nepal Plane With 4 Indians Onboard Found in Mustang

The search and rescue operation for crashed Plane has been called off for the 9 NAET twin-engine aircraft of the Tara Air due to the snowfall at the possible air crash site. All the helicopters deployed for search and rescue have been called back to bases, Premnath Thakur, General Manager, TIA said. Earlier, the 9 NAET […]


Canada-based Gangster Goldy Brar Takes Responsibility For Sidhu Moosewala’s Murder

Hours after Sidhu Moosewala’s death shocked the nation, Canada-based gangster Satinder Singh, alias Goldy Brar issued a statement with regards to the incident on Sunday. In the statement posted on social media, Brar said that he along with Sachin Bishnoi, Lawrence Bishnoi group was responsible for the murder of the singer and Congress leader.  ‘He was working against […]

Coal India

Coal India To Import Fuel For First Time In Years As Power Cuts Loom

The government-owned Coal India, the world’s largest coal miner, will import the fuel for use by utilities, a Power Ministry letter seen by Reuters showed on Saturday, as shortages raise concerns about renewed power outages. It would be the first time since 2015 that Coal India has imported the fuel, highlighting efforts by state and […]