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About Author Trilok Singh (https://trilok.facebook.com/) is living in India, New Delhi. And Founder and CEO at India's Leading Online Media, Youth Darpan Media, IASmind.com, India’s Journal and Seva A2Z. MA in Political Science, Kirori Mal College, Faculty of Social Science, University of Delhi. Currently Studies Masters in Mass Communication and Journalism at International School of Media and Entertainment Studies (ISOMES), Film City, News 24 Campus.
Government and Policy
On Aug 28, The annual 12th India Security Summit on ''Towards New National Cyber Security Strategy'', was successfully organized by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) on Aug 28
The first Covid-19 case in Lakshadweep was reported just a few days after the UT revised its Standard Operating Procedures
As market crosses 50,000 points, will those who blame him for crashes credit him for bullish trend?
Reports have stated that the fire incident happened at an under construction building and vaccine facilities are safe.
The BSF has responded to allegations meted at the force by TMC leaders.
The Press Information Bureau has 'fact-checked' the claims made by some media portals that interest on Kisan Credit Card loan has been increased.
Recently, Navika Kumar said that when Arnab left Time Now, she had his shoes to fill. However, Arnab gives a befitting reply.
The hidden chats in the TRP Chargesheet that nobody is talking about, not even the police: India Today and BARC
In the TRP case chargesheet, pages of personal chats between Arnab Goswami and the ex-BARC CEO Partho Dasgupta have been added
‘Jack Ma is safe and sound’, is ‘laying low’ claims founder and chairman of equity firm Primavera Capital Group
Days after his unflattering opinion of the Chinese authorities, Alibaba founder Jack Ma went mysteriously missing
Has China constructed a new village inside Arunachal Pradesh? Not quite: How NDTV misled with its ‘exclusive’ report
Report China building a village inside Arunachal Pradesh was bought out by NDTV yesterday - and it turned out to be fake news
“Not forgetting this communication until death”: Chef turned filmmaker Vikas Khanna reveals how he was asked to pay for favourable reviews of his movie
Vikas Khanna stated that critics had asked him to pay 3 lacs for 3 star-rating and 4 lacks for 4 star-rating of his movie 'The Last Colour'