Monday, March 1, 2021

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PM Modi to BRICS nations: “Terror and financial crimes are the biggest global threats”

PM Modi met BRICS leaders on the sidelines of the G-20 summit held in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Andhra Pradesh government leaked information, making fight against corruption difficult, says CBI

The CBI issued a statement on Friday said that such an attitude by the state government will make the fight against corruption “difficult”.

India to be fully electrified by year end under Modi’s ‘Saubhagya’ scheme

The government is committed to ensuring 24x7 access to electricity for all by March 31, 2019

Latest GDP and growth figure revision is based on robust and rigorous methodology

According to the revised GDP numbers released by the government on Wednesday, India’s economic growth under the previous Congress-led coalition government was slower than estimated earlier and was never in double digits.

General Rawat warns about the ongoing demography change in POK

Army Chief Bipin Rawat recently had stated that external forces are attempting to revive the Khalistani insurgency in Punjab.

Jammu and Kashmir: Controversial Roshni Act, once dubbed as the ‘biggest land scam of the country’, repealed

Against the expected 25,000 crores, the Roshni Act has managed to raise only 78.4 crores for the state government.

Railways to use a ‘weakness’ of elephants to save them from being killed on tracks

Northeast Frontier Railway had adopted 'Plan Bee' last year. The mechanism was hailed as an innovative way to save the lives of elephants and is now being adopted by Indian Railways

India all set to issue the highest valued tender for its bullet train project

PM Modi has kept a stern deadline of August 15, 2022, for the completion of the bullet train project.

Kartarpur corridor not connected to talks, Pakistan must stop aiding terrorists first: EAM Sushma Swaraj

Sushma used this occasion to also show her dismissal of Pakistan's 'invitation' to PM Modi to attend the 20th SAARC summit.

‘Aren’t easy to come by’: Christian zealot Chau travelled without missionary visa to convert the Sentinelese

John Allen Chau wanted to 'establish the Kingdom of Jesus on the island'.

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