The court of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has allowed Himachal Pradesh (HP) inspector general of police (IGP) Zahur H Zaidi, accused in ‘Kotkhai custodial death case’, to fly abroad for ten days in February 2020.
To observe the Human Rights Day, around 200 social workers and activists from various parts of the country gathered at the Bhartendu Natya Academy in Lucknow on Monday and participated in the two-day programme — ‘Hamari pahal, hamara dakhal’ (Our initiative, our intervention). The event began on a musical note with songs of equality and an inclusive India.
The restriction on traffic movement on the Jagraon Bridge has been extended till Tuesday. Railway officials said the restriction is expected to be lifted on Wednesday.
The Indian Medical Association (IMA) is in a tug-of-war with Pune-based doctors for going public about a study which revealed that doctors accept freebies to prescribe or dispense medicines recommended by medical representatives (MR).
Two men robbed an elderly woman of her gold chain and bangles and ?2,000 in Mochpura Bazar on Monday.
South Africa’s cricket crisis continued on Monday when the South African Cricketers’ Association repeated its call for Cricket South Africa’s board to resign – and said it would refuse to negotiate with any members of the board.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson came under fire on Monday for his response to being shown a photo of a sick child lying on a hospital floor ahead of the Dec. 12 election.
The November 15 clash between Congress and Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) workers at Takhtumajra village in Ghanaur assembly segment of the district has turned into a political slugfest with both parties demanding independent probe into the matter.
New Delhi: It took ten months, 17 lives and a massive fire at a guest house for government agencies to step up fire safety regulations at central Delhi’s Karol Bagh.
All India Shia Personal Law Board (AISPLB) has hailed Narendra Modi government for introducing Citizenship (amendment) Bill in Lok Sabha and demanded that Indian citizenship should be given to all Shia Muslims living in the countries like Pakistan and Afghanistan, where they were subjected to pain and torture.
LUCKNOW Just a change in meal timings can help diabetes patients get better control over their blood sugar levels, suggests a study by researchers at the King George’s Medical University (KGMU).
India clinched 42 medals, including 27 gold, on the penultimate day of competitions to inch closer to 300-mark as the country is poised to finish on top spot for the 13th time on the trot in the South Asian Games. The Indian athletes also won 12 silver and 3 bronze to end Day 8 with 294 medals (159 gold, 91 silver and 44 gold) to further widen the gap with second-placed Nepal who have collected 195 medals (49 gold, 54 silver and 92 bronze).
LUCKNOW: A 25-ft bronze statue of former Prime Minister late Atal Bihari Vajpayee was installed at the Lok Bhawan building here on Monday evening and is expected to be unveiled on or around December 25, Vajpayee’s birth anniversary.
Drawing from Mahatma Gandhi’s example, Hyderabad lawmaker Asaduddin Owaisi tore up the Citizenship (Amendment) bill in Parliament, capping his impassioned plea against the introduction of the bill which he alleged was aimed at making Muslims “stateless”. He also warned that it would lead to another partition.
Top Congress leaders extended birthday wishes to party chief Sonia Gandhi, who turned 73 on Monday.Prime Minister Narendra Modi also wished Gandhi, tweeting, “Birthday wishes to Mrs. Sonia Gandhi Ji. Praying for her long life and good health.” Gandhi, however, is not celebrating her birthday in the wake of rape incidents in various parts of the country and concerns over women’s security, sources said.
A 60-year-old man died of a heart attack while standing in a long queue for more than two hours to buy onions, prices of which have soared to Rs 180 a kilo, in Andhra Pradesh’s Krishna district on Monday, the police said.
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India vs West Indies 2nd T20I?Report Card:?Shivam Dube shines, Deepak Chahar, Washington Sundar struggle
After an insipid performance in all the three departments – batting, bowling and fielding – India suffered a heavy eight-wicket defeat in the 2nd T20I against West Indies. While Shivam Dube surprised everyone with a spectacular batting performance, the struggles for bowlers Deepak Chahar and Washington Sundar continued in Thiruvananthapuram.