Delhi Police registers FIR against Tablighi Jamaat preacher & others under Epidemic Diseases Act

Among the 1746 participants were 216 foreign nationals from eight countries, some of them have also been infected by coronavirus during their stay at the Hazrat Nizamuddin Markaz.

Six lakh migrants housed in 61,000 relief camps

As the national coronavirus lockdown entered its seventh day (31st March 2020), the Home Ministry, in a press briefing, said over 6 lakh migrant workers have been housed in 61000 relief camps.

Tata’s housing project in Punjab fell for being violative of environment norms

 Supreme Court (SC) of India on Tuesday put a led on a project that was promoted and supported by MLAs and officials of Punjab government and prompted by a Multi-national Indian company which claimed to be a most “honest company” of India Tata.

Delhi HC allows Sikh leader Sarna to visit Pakistan

The Delhi High Court Monday allowed Paramjit Singh Sarna, President Shiromani Akali Dal, who was stopped at the Attari border, to go to Pakistan and visit Darbar Baba Nanak at Kartarpur Sahib, Narowal in Pakistan. 

Number of Pakistanis visiting India declining

it has been found that the number of Pakistani visiting India in the past three years has been declining sharply, according to the annual report of the Union Home Ministry (HM), the report mentioned.

PMO office holds meeting on Pollution with neighbouring states

 Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has urged the Centre to find a consensus among the affected states to resolve the pollution problem caused by stubble burning.

Navjot Sidhu accepts Imran’s invitation to participate in Kartarpur Corridor inauguration event

Mr Navjot Singh Sidhu, a cricketer-turned-politician, has expressed his wish to join the inauguration ceremony of Kartarpur Corridor at Darbar Baba Nanak at Kartarpur Sahib in Narowal.

WhatsApp confirms: Israeli spyware used on Indian journalists, activists for surveillance

WhatsApp confirms: Israeli spyware used on Indian journalists, activists for surveillance. The disclosure follows a lawsuit filed Tuesday in a US federal court in San Francisco in which WhatsApp alleged that the Israeli NSO Group targeted some 1,400 WhatsApp users with Pegasus.

Country to have two more UTs bifurcating bifurcating J&K at mid-night

The day will be marked by G C Murmu, a former bureaucrat from PM Modi’s home state of Gujarat, being sworn in as the first lieutenant governor of the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir.

Women to have free travel in state transport buses from Tuesday

 Women commuting in state-run buses of Delhi will not have to pay for travel any longer with the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government launching its “free-ride” scheme from Tuesday. 

Air India to Carry Guru Nanak's message on its air crafts

In a rarest of the rare decision by the Air India to painted Guru Nanak’s message  “ੴ” (Ek Onkar), on the tail wings of Air India’s aircrafts 787 Dreamliner. 

Pak rejects India’s request to use its airspace of Modi’s flight to Saudi Arabia

Pakistan on Sunday again rejected India’s request to allow Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s special flight to use its airspace on Monday to visit to Saudi Arabia alleging human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir, according to report published in The Dawn, an English daily.

Khattar led BJP- JJP ministry sworn-in in Haryana

BJP's Manohar Lal Khattar and JJP's Dushyant Chautala were sworn in as chief minister and deputy chief minister respectively at Raj Bhavan.


Modi third time decides to celebrate Diwali with army personnel at LoC

Modi’s choice of destination to celebrate Diwali, a national festival of lightening and wealth (Laxmi)  with Army personnel not only gives them moral boost but develops PM’s  warm relationship with  the forces, as he appears to be taking extra care of them.

Opposition looks upward, but Modi still strong

The worm is turning, finally, though slowly. Economic hardship has almost trumped political hype. The Opposition has gained, but it also failed to knit the public angst into a coherent poll narrative and take full advantage of the situation. 

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