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Latest RSS News Feed from ‘The Hindu’
- Russia's Foreign Ministry says Motoki Tatsunori had been declared persona non grata and ordered to leave the country within 48 hours.
- Riyaz Bhati is said to be having links with underworld don Dawood Ibrahim,
- Job-seekers vow to keep up demonstrations till the State government hands them appointment letters
- Court asks agency to submit a ‘short reply’, posts the case for further hearing on September 28
- Kejriwal trying to bridge the gap between the public and its representatives, says AAP leader; BJP asks what has he done for the families of Delhi sanitation workers who died during COVID
Latest RSS News Feed from ‘The Times of India’
- As part of a series of 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav' (India75) and US-India 75th anniversary celebrations, an event to highlight the cultural heritage of indigenous tribes in Arunachal Pradesh, 'Living Heritage of Arunachal', will be held on Tuesday.
- Minister and Ashok Gehlot loyalist Shanti Dhariwal alleged a “100% conspiracy” against the CM by Ajay Maken and Sachin Pilot. Accusing Maken of approaching MLAs to campaign for Pilot as the next CM, Dhariwal said he had proof to back his allegation.
- Amid the crisis in Rajasthan, the rebuff from the Gehlot camp stands in stark contrast to the ease with which Congress replaced Amarinder Singh as the chief minister of Punjab last year, underscoring the growing belief that an ever-weakening Congress would leave the leadership vulnerable to state satraps with hold over local units.
- Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for Japan on Monday to participate in the state funeral of Shinzo Abe, a leader he shared a great personal rapport with. Modi will meet Abe's wife Akie Abe during his 12-16 hours stay in Japan and also hold bilateral talks with his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida.
- The average GFR in India stood at 86.1 from 2008 to 2010 (three-year period) and has come down to 68.7 during 2018-20 (average of three years), according to the Sample Registration System (SRS) data 2020 released recently. The decline, SRS data show, has been steeper in rural areas at 20.2% compared to 15.6% in urban […]
- Navratri 2022 Day 2: Navratri days are considered to be the most sacred days and Shardiya Navratri has a great religious significance. People celebrate these days with great enthusiasm and zeal. Devotees do so many religious activities during 9 days and worship Goddess Durga with dedication and devotion. Second day of Navratri is being observed […]
Latest RSS News Feed from ‘The NDTV News’
- The Rajasthan Anti-Corruption Bureau on Monday arrested the chief engineer of the Public Health Engineering Department and a private person while accepting a bribe of Rs 10.40 lakh, officials said.
- The Congress on Monday said the silence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and all BJP leaders on the murder of the receptionist of a resort in Uttarakhand shows their insensitivity.
- More than 75 people have been killed in the Iranian authorities' crackdown against unrest sparked by the death of Kurdish woman Mahsa Amini in morality police custody, a rights group said Monday.
- Mumbai Police's Anti Extortion Cell on Monday arrested businessman Riyaz Bhati in connection with an extortion case, officials said.
- S Jaishankar has informed the National Commission for Minorities (NCM) that it had raised with Pakistan the forced religious conversion of a Sikh woman and conveyed that it is expected that strict…
- Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel on Monday said stern action will be taken if the state police receive a complaint of Central agencies targetting anyone "unnecessarily".