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26-Mar-2019 Washington

Donald Trump says complete release of Mueller report won't bother him

US President Donald Trump on Monday said he wouldn't be bothered if special counsel Robert Mueller's report on the concluded Russia investigation is completely released."It wouldn't bother me at all," Trump told reporters at the White House after a bilateral...

25-Mar-2019 Chandigarh

Induction of Chinook Helicopters in Indian Air Force

On 25 March 2019, the IAF formally inducted the CH 47 F(I)- Chinook heavy lift helicopters into its inventory at Air Force Station Chandigarh. Air Chief Marshal BS Dhanoa PVSM AVSM YSM VM ADC, Chief of the Air Staff was the Chief guest and the event was...

25-Mar-2019 New Delhi

Rahul Gandhi promises Rs 72K minimum income to 25 cr poor

Congress President Rahul Gandhi said on Monday that nearly 25 crore poor people in the country will get financial assistance of Rs 72,000 per annum if the party is voted to power under the ambitious minimum income guarantee scheme which the party has named "Nyay".Announcing...

25-Mar-2019 Loni, Maharashtra

Venkaiah Naidu calls for renewed focus on rural health care

The Vice President of India, M. Venkaiah Naidu has called for a renewed focus on rural health care and cautioned that the quality of healthcare being delivered cannot be determined by the price being paid. He was delivering the 13th Convocation Address of...

25-Mar-2019 New Delhi

Rahul's minimum income scheme a 'bluff' : Arun Jaitley

Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday termed the Congress's election promise to provide 25 crore poor people yearly financial assistance of Rs 72,000 a "bluff announcement", noting that the sum is "less than two-thirds" of the existing Direct Benefit...

25-Mar-2019 New Delhi

'Rahul's minimum income plan's annual cost Rs 3.6 lakh cr'

Congress President Rahul Gandhi's latest announcement to provide to Rs 72,000 per annum to 5 crore households, if implemented, is likely to have a major impact on the country's exchequer, costing a huge Rs 3.6 lakh crore per annum, according to economists.Under...

25-Mar-2019 Patna

LS polls fight between people & Modi : Tejashwi Yadav

Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav on Monday said the Lok Sabha elections will be a fight between the people and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.Former deputy chief minister Tejashwi Yadav said people have made up their mind to oust Modi. "If Modi as...

25-Mar-2019 Mumbai

Gloom pervades Maharashtra poll battlefield

With no 'wave' to guide their destinies, anxious politicians from all parties are desperately jumping from one ship to another to navigate their uncertain political future in Maharashtra for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.In the run-up to the filing of nominations...

25-Mar-2019 Amethi

Riding on Amethi work, Smriti a tough challenge to Rahul

 It's 5 p.m. and BJP workers have started gathering at the Alok Dhaba in Gauriganj, the district headquarters of the high-profile Amethi Lok Sabha constituency, to discuss the achievements of Union Minister Smriti Irani, who despite losing in 2014, has left...

25-Mar-2019 Amethi

Congress, SP, BSP turncoats pose challenge to Rahul in Amethi

Congress President Rahul Gandhi, who is pitted against BJP leader Smriti Irani in the Amethi Lok Sabha constituency, is facing a tough challenge from many of his party's turncoats who have joined UP's ruling BJP in the last few years.Besides the Congress leaders,...

25-Mar-2019 Hyderabad

Both NDA, UPA will be short by huge numbers : K.T. Rama Rao

Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) Working President K.T. Rama Rao believes that with 150-170 Lok Sabha seats, non-BJP and non-Congress parties will emerge as the biggest block in Parliament and decide who the next Prime Minister should be.Rama Rao, who is the number...

25-Mar-2019 New Delhi

Chief Ministerial faces swayed votes in 2018: Survey

Chief Ministerial face was the most important factor influencing votes for or against candidates of various political parties during the 2018 Assembly elections in five states, says a survey conducted by an election watchdog.Conducted by the Association for...

25-Mar-2019 New Delhi

People unsatisfied with government performance: Survey

"Better employment opportunities" is the top priority of Indian voters and they are unsatisfied with the government's below average performance, reveals a survey conducted by election watchdog - the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR).The survey, released...

25-Mar-2019 Kolkata

34 farmers' suicides in Bengal in 8 months: Congress

Alleging that 34 debt-stressed farmers and agricultural labourers have committed suicide in West Bengal in the recent past, state Congress president Somen Mitra on Sunday ridiculed the Trinamool Congress government's claims that peasants' income has tripled since...

25-Mar-2019 New Delhi

Pant turning x-factor to match-winning knock : Ricky Ponting

The way Delhi Capitals batsman Rishabh Pant got stuck into Mumbai Indians pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah had everyone take note during their Indian Premier League (IPL) game at the Wankhede Stadium on Sunday, but DC head coach Ricky Ponting is more impressed...

25-Mar-2019 New Delhi

We respect Pant, but won't focus on him alone : Stephen Fleming

Delhi Capitals star Rishabh Pant might have played a stellar role on Sunday to win them the opening game against Mumbai Indians at the Wankhede Stadium, but Chennai Super Kings coach Stephen Fleming made it clear that overplanning keeping one player in mind...

25-Mar-2019 Mumbai

'Kesari' is 2019's top opening weekend earner

Akshay Kumar-starrer historical drama "Kesari" has scored the biggest opening weekend collection for a Bollywood film in 2019 in India by raking in Rs 78.07 crore in four days since its release on March 21, according to trade experts.The film minted Rs 21.06...

25-Mar-2019 Bandipora

Police distributes books among specially-abled children in Bandipora

Continuing its public outreach programmes, Bandipora Police distributed books among the specially-abled children at Universal Educational Trust Bandipora.Under the Civic Action Programme (CAP), SSP Bandipora Shri Rahul Malik –IPS accompanied by DySP DAR distributed...

25-Mar-2019 Kargil

Talent hunt event held in Kargil

District Police Kargil organized a programme “Share your singing-Kargil Talent Hunt” at Linguistic Centre, Bazaar Kargil. The programme was conducted under the banner of Civic Action Programme 2018-19. Addl.SP Kargil Shri Khalid Amin inaugurated the event followed...

25-Mar-2019 Jaipur

Won't comment on Ashwin Mankading Buttler : Ajinkya Rahane

Chasing Kings XI Punjabs total of 184, Rajasthan Royals looked like they had it all under control at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur on Monday. With Jos Buttler taking the attack to the KXIP bowlers, it looked like RR would cruise home before Punjab skipper...

25-Mar-2019 New Delhi

Rahul's Rs 3.6-lakh cr 'Nyay' may hit fiscal prudence

In an age when fiscal profligacy is out and fiscal prudence is the norm, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Monday resorted to apparent populism and announced minimum income guarantee scheme 'Nyay' that is expected to cost the exchequer Rs 3.6 lakh crore...

25-Mar-2019 New Delhi

Ex-Telecom Minister Sukh Ram rejoins Congress

Former Telecom Minister Sukh Ram and his grandson Ashray Sharma on Monday rejoined the Congress, after parting ways from the BJP.The latter may be the Congress candidate against the BJP's Ram Swaroop Sharma from Himachal Pradesh's Mandi, the family turf.Sukh...

25-Mar-2019 Jalandhar

French play L’ Avare staged at Lovely Professional University

The Department of Foreign Languages at Lovely Professional University (LPU) organized dramatization of world-renowned French playwright Molière’s farcical comedy ‘L’ Avare’s at LPU Stage, today. Occasion was French Theatre Show- “L’ Avare (the Miser)” presented...

25-Mar-2019 Chandigarh

Badals, not us, delayed AIIMS Bathinda: Brahm Mohindra

Health Minister Brahm Mohindra today said that it was the Badals, and not the Congress government, who delayed the AIIMS Bathinda project for their own vested interests. Besides, at the same time, they also did not allow the Mohali Medical College to come for...

25-Mar-2019 Pulwama

Forces bust militant hideout in Shopian orchards

Government forces on Monday blasted the militant hideout they claimed to have busted in Shopian orchards on Monday. Police told KNO that in a joint operation by the police and the Army’s 44 Rashtriya Rifles, the hideout was busted in orchards of Shirmal village...

25-Mar-2019 Srinagar

PDP betrayed people’s trust by allying with BJP : Omar Abdullah

Jammu and Kashmir National Conference Vice President Omar Abdullah on Monday asserted that the principal task ahead of the state is to protect its special status saying that the party has fielded suitable candidates from all the parliamentary seats of Kashmir...

25-Mar-2019 Shimla

CEO directs nodal officers to ensure safety of EVMs and VVPATs

To review the measures taken for poll preparedness, a video conference was held  here today chaired by Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Devesh Kumar in which necessary instructions were issued  to all the District Election Officers, (DEOs) Superintendent...

25-Mar-2019 JAMMU

SIC organises 3-day training programme on RTI

State Information Commission (SIC) Monday  organised a three-day training programme on Right to Information in collaboration with Institute of Management, Public Administration and Rural Development (IMPARD) here.While inaugurating the programme, SIC...

25-Mar-2019 Mumbai

You have to be different to succeed in T20s : Rishabh Pant

His innings of 78 off just 27 balls felt like a desert storm at the Wankhede Stadium on Sunday, but the cool and composed Delhi Capitals wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant did not wish to make much fuss about the innings that changed the course of the game and knocked...

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