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Indian High commission was a potential target in Easter Sunday attack: Sri Lankan Parliament committee report
On April 21, Easter Sunday, the terrorist group NTJ had targeted Easter worshipers in Churches and high-end hotels in Sri Lanka hosting international guests with coordinated suicide blasts.
Prime Minister Modi pays tribute to Easter Sunday terror attack victims at St. Anthony’s Church during his Sri Lanka visit
PM Modi was given a ceremonial welcome by the Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe after he arrived in Sri Lanka today.
What helped the St Mary' church escape the bomb blast, was that the priest in charge had called the Easter Service half an hour earlier than usual time
Sri Lanka: Government makes cremation of those who die of coronavirus compulsory, rejects objections by Muslim groups
Sri Lanka govt issues official gazette notifying that the bodies of coronavirus victims will be cremated.
Arrested members of Islamic State’s Khorasan wing wanted to replicate Colombo Terror Attack in Delhi
The arrested members of ISKP, who are a husband-wife couple, were planning to procure a potent chemical Triacetone triperoxide (TATP) for the purpose.
Sri Lanka mulls ban on Burqa, special report on security says police should have right to ask that Burqa be removed to establish identity
Parliamentary committee of Sri Lanka on national security has proposed an immediate ban on the burqa
Local media earlier reported that ISIS was planning terror attacks in Kochi
Sri Lanka blast accused Zahran Hashim’s Facebook friend among the arrested men in NIA’s Coimbatore ISIS module raid
Mohammed Azarudeen handled the Facebook page 'KhilafahGFX' through which he spread the Daish/ISIS ideology and radical contents attributed to Hashim.
NIA raids 7 locations in Coimbatore over suspected link between city’s ISIS module and Sri Lanka blasts
The individuals who were raided allegedly had interactions with the NTJ and its head Zahran Hashim over social media.
Sri Lankan parliamentarian and Buddhist monk Athuraliye Rathana was on a hunger strike demanding the sacking of the two governors and a minister who have alleged links to Easter bombings.
From ‘no trust on BJP’s vaccine’ to ‘impotency’ to ‘they can cause death’, Samajwadi Party’s petty politics over COVID-19 vaccine just does not end
Samajwadi Party has been continuously trying to create an atmosphere of panic by spreading fake news about Covid-19 vaccine
NDTV’s Ravish Kumar spreads fake news on paddy procurement by govt: Read full details of letter written by govt of India
PIB Additional Director General sent a letter to NDTV after Ravish Kumar used wrong data to accuse govt of lying about paddy procurement
Ashoka University removes links introducing Nidhi Razdan as Harvard professor, another institute quietly edits website: Details
The Ashoka University has announced that it is withdrawing tweets and posts related to Nidhi Razdan.
Nidhi Razdan Harvard fiasco: Former Director of Harvard’s Nieman Journalism Lab says the University does not offer journalism courses
Nidhi Razdan revealed that she had fallen for a phishing attack and that Harvard University had not really offered her a job.
Fresh wave of coronavirus cases reported in Hebei province, massive quarantine centres being built by Chinese govt
China has transferred more than 20 thousand people to these makeshift centres at Shijiazhuang in Hebei province after fresh cases emerged in the North China province.
Twitter run-chase: Anti-Modi Indians vote for Imran Khan in ICC Twitter poll to make Virat Kohli lose
On Tuesday, the International Cricket Council (ICC) ran a poll to decide who is the best cricketer as a captain. The ICC poll included three legendary players and a Pakistani cricketer in the poll.
Vanishing barons: Alibaba founder Jack Ma and 4 other Chinese billionaires who had mysteriously gone missing
Several prominent elites from China who had ran afoul with the CCP had mysteriously disappeared from the public eye, including Jack Ma
Nidhi Razdan was scammed into believing she got an offer from the real Harvard University to become a professor of journalism: Details
Nidhi Razdan, formerly with NDTV, has revealed that she was the victim of a phishing attack and Harvard never came calling.
Government and Policy
History books should teach India’s civilisational, linguistic heritage, not unfounded claims: Parliamentary Committee meets to discuss NCERT books
The panel heard suggestions from ex-NCERT director and other representatives on reforms in textbooks
Nidhi Razdan revealed on Friday that she fell victim to a phishing scam and confirmed that she was never offered a job by Harvard.