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“We decide our own foreign policy”, Bangladesh hits back at China for warning against joining the Quad

Bangladesh also received diplomatic support from the U.S., who affirmed Bangladesh's sovereignty to make foreign policy decisions for itself.

Indian ‘liberals’ come out in support of Palestine as Hamas and Islamic Jihad terrorists launch rocket attacks on Israel

After Israel deployed its Iron Dome missile defence system to neutralise rockets launched from Gaza, Indian liberals support Palestine

Afghanistan: 255 killed and over 500 injured in 200 blasts and 15 suicide attacks amidst Ramzan

There has been a sharp spike in the number of incidents of violence, especially after the US declared a complete pullout of its troops by September 11

Mucormycosis or Black Fungus that is affecting some Covid-19 patients: Here is what is known so far

Mucormycosis or Black Fungus is a serious but rare fungal infection caused by a killer fungus - Mucor

Herman Knippenberg – The Dutch diplomat who sent the ‘Serpent’ Charles Sobhraj behind bars

Herman Knippenberg was a Dutch diplomate in Thailand who had gathered vital information about Charles Sobhraj in Bangkok

The narrow escape: How a group of 46 Indian nurses was rescued from ISIS captivity in strife-torn Iraq in 2014

Seven years ago, 46 Indian nurses who were held in captivity by the ISIS were rescued to safety and flown back to India

In Focus

Instead of giving a distressed family some space and letting them grieve the loss of a loved one, Gupta sends his vultures to settle political scores.

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United Nations raises India’s growth forecast for 2021 to 7.5%, says outlook ‘highly fragile’ due to COVID-19 second wave

World Economic Situation and Prospects (WESP) by UN estimated that the Indian economy's growth rate will be 10.1% in the year 2022

‘Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad will pay heavy price’, Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu says terror leaders have blood on their hands

Benjamin Netanyahu said that the Israeli military has so far struck hundreds of targets in the Gaza Strip and will continue to do so

Congress president Sonia Gandhi ‘took note’ of Saamana editorial view over party’s poll debacle in Assam, West Bengal and Kerala, claims Shiv Sena

Shiv Sena mouthpiece Saamana on Wednesday claimed that Sonia Gandhi took note of suggestions made by it for Congress

Understanding the legal conflict looming over the recent wave of Israel-Palestinian violence: The Sheikh Jarrah property dispute

One of the main reasons behind the recent violence is the possible eviction of Palestinian tenants and squatters from the Jewish-owned Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood in East Jerusalem.

No documents or ID proof? Here is how the vulnerable section of the society will get their COVID vaccine

How will the vulnerable population of India who do not have a valid ID proof get Coronavirus vaccine? Ministry has a prescribed procedure for it

Rani Ahilyabai Holkar’s family writes to Maha CM, objects to Sanjay Raut’s attempt to compare Mamata Banerjee with the great queen

In a strong reply, the letter by the Holkars of Indore criticised the editorial piece by Raut and said that it is shameful to compare great leaders of India to today’s mere politicians for petty gains.

Coronavirus
Latest status and reports from India

India
23,697,175
Total cases
Updated on 13 May, 2021 2:02 AM
India
19,728,436
Recovered
Updated on 13 May, 2021 2:02 AM
India
258,280
Deaths
Updated on 13 May, 2021 2:02 AM

Data automatically updated from this public source

160,896,103
Updated on 13 May, 2021 2:02 AM

Opinions

Here are 12 instances when the leftist media fanned fear against vaccines just before the second Covid wave

Leftist propaganda websites hosted articles that raised doubts about Indian vaccines, thereby fuelling vaccine hesitancy in the months leading to the resurgent coronavirus outbreak.

Samajwadi Party’s Covid politics: Why they want to derail the vaccination drive in Uttar Pradesh

Akhilesh Yadav sent a very irresponsible message to his followers, that this is 'BJP’s vaccine' and 'I will not take this vaccine'.

As ‘farmer leaders’ distance themselves, Tikri gangrape incident shows the dark side of “activism”

In today’s world, activism is a full time job in itself. The only thing it is missing is proper regulation, with benefits and protections for everyone involved.

Class privilege at its worst: Farhan Akhtar defends receiving vaccine at center where only senior citizens and specially abled above 45 are eligible

Farhan Akhtar announced that he had received his first Covid-19 vaccine dose at the Andheri Sports Complex in Mumbai.

From dead babies to hushing rapes: How the spectacle of human sacrifice has come to dominate liberal protests

Yogendra Yadav was aware that a woman had been raped by AAP leaders at the Tikri border farmer protest site.

The Liberal ‘Ummah’: How the community stays quiet when one of them is a rapist

This is how the liberal ‘ummah’ works. They will look out for each other even if it goes against everything they claim they stand for.

Politics

NGO’s bank account frozen and show cause notice issued after Jignesh Mevani sought funds in its name: Details

Jignesh Mevani has claimed political persecution after the charity commissioner of Gujarat ordered the freezing of the NGO's account.

Media

How Rajdeep Sardesai, a self-declared vulture, defended UAPA accused Natasha Narwal who is under trial for Delhi anti-Hindu riots

Rajdeep Sardesai and others have been using the death of her father to stir sympathy for UAPA accused Natasha Narwal, claiming that her arrest was wrongful.

Chinese state media Editor accuses Subramanian Swamy of being ‘ungrateful’ over ‘war on COVID’, it doesn’t go down well for him

Chinese state media Global Times Editor Hu Xijin on Sunday accused BJP leader Subramanian Swamy of being 'ungrateful' after he tweeted that India is...

Swati Chaturvedi accused of plagiarizing article on Himanta Biswa Sarma by Hindustan Times editor

Swati Chaturvedi has been accused of plagiarizing an article by Zia Haq, Associate Editor at Hindustan Times.

Specials

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Israel’s ‘Iron Dome’ Air Defence System: What is it and how does it work

To counter the low-cost warfare initiated by Hamas, the Israel Defence Forces has activated its state-of-art air defence system - 'Iron Dome' to protect its civilian population from the barrage of rockets.

Activist who raised questions about Hemkunt Foundation’s funding and donations faces abuses, death threats

Yuvraj Pokharna, one of the activists who raised questions against Hemkunt Foundation's fundraiser is getting abuses and threats on social media and phone.

Patanjali was the first Indian company to publish a research paper on the new Covid-19 drug approved by DCGI: Read details

Patanjali had published a research paper on use of the drug 2-deoxy-D-glucose for Covid-19 treatment in March 2020

Meet AAP’s ‘Delhi ke Nirmata’: Who is Navneet Kalra, the businessman on the run after oxygen hoarding scandal was busted

Oxygen Concentrators have been found at Khan Chacha, Nege & Ju bar and Town Hall restaurants in Delhi, all owned by Navneet Kalra

As ‘journalist’ spread hate against RSS affiliate Sewa Bharti, here is how they are giving it their all in troubled COVID-19 times

"Such propaganda and lies do not affect us", said Sewa Bharti Delhi head Rajesh Agarwal in response to 'The Wire' journalist's Tweet against them

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