Thursday, January 28, 2021

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How Indian Railways came to the rescue of a pregnant woman who slipped and injured herself: Read details

In just one hour of Ravi's tweet, the Indian Railways managed to get medical assistance for his pregnant wife.

Jhatka or Halal? Restaurants and retailers in South Delhi will now have to compulsorily display what meat they are selling

SDMC opines that it should be the prerogative of all Hindus and Sikhs to know whether they are being served Halal or Jhatka meat

Farmer Protests: Union government proposes to suspend the implementation of farm laws for 1-1.5 years to end the protest

Unions will discuss the offer to suspend farms laws tomorrow, will and inform their decision in next meeting on 22nd January

Mission Rozgar Scheme: Over 3.75 lakh govt jobs provided in less than four years of Yogi rule

"By April 2021, over 4 lakh youths will have government jobs, selected in a transparent, corruption-free manner on the basis of merit", said CM Yogi

Food subsidy at Parliament canteen has been completely removed: Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla

Last year too, the Members of Parliament, by a consensus, had decided to do away with food subsidy at Parliament canteen

Shivraj Singh Chouhan never called for “tracking working women”: How liberals made a story out of nothing

You must have heard - MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan is planning to register and track every movement of working women - that is fake news

PM Modi flags off eight trains from various places in the country to Kevadia to boost connectivity to Statue of Unity

Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagged off eight trains connecting different regions of the country to Statue of Unity in Kevadia

On Day 1 of the COVID-19 vaccination drive, 1.65 lakh beneficiaries vaccinated across 3,351 sites in India

PM Modi launched the world's biggest COVID-19 vaccination drive in the country today at 10:30 am via video conferencing

Watch: Sanitation worker Manish Kumar becomes the first person to receive Coronavirus vaccine at AIIMS Delhi

PM Modi on Saturday flagged off India's Coronavirus vaccine drive, the biggest immunisation exercise in the world

India starts Coronavirus vaccine drive: Here is a list of those who would first get the much-awaited vaccine

As India rolls out Coronavirus vaccine drive today, the country will eagerly watch the first group of healthcare workers, who will receive the vaccine

Latest News

‘Kiran ki na ka matlab?’ UP Police gets innovative while spreading awareness about consent of women

UP Police used a clip from the movie Darr, that dealt with the topic of respecting the 'no' answer of women, to spread awareness

‘You are a Dalal and a part of Godi Media’: Protestors confront Rajdeep Sardesai

A group of protestors had confronted Rajdeep Sardesai. While Sardesai tried to argue with them, they kept calling him 'Dalal' Dalal'.

‘We have no other money’, Prannoy Roy and Radhika Roy offer their NDTV shares as security in lieu of deposit against SEBI penalty

Supreme Court noted that Prannoy Roy and Radhika Roy must deposit some security against SEBI penalty, else SAT will not hear their appeal

Canadian MPs urge PM Justin Trudeau to officially condemn China’s treatment of Uyghur Muslims

Canadian MP Garnett Genuis said that Canada must recognise and respond to the Uyghur genocide in China.

Video from Punjab: Tractor runs over farm law protestors, kills 2, injures 3 others

The incident occurred near the Attari-Verka bypass in Vallah, Amritsar on 26 January.

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Rajdeep Sardesai lies twice, says ‘farmer’ was killed because the police shot him in the head: Here is the truth

In this way, those who had shared the fake news once would live under the false impression that it was indeed a case of police firing.

Tractor rally: Rioting mob vandalised Ram Mandir and Kedarnath tableaux from Republic Day parade

Rioting mob on Tuesday not only desecrated the Red Fort and tried to kill the Delhi Police personnel but also vandalised the tableau from the Republic Day parade.

Nude images of Thailand King’s royal mistress leaked online, rivalry with Queen suspected: Read details

The leak of the "very explicit" photos of Sineenat Wongvajirapakdi, who is fondly known as 'Koi', is believed to be a result of the bitter rivalry between her and the Queen.

‘Flag of Khalistan is waving on Red Fort,’ ‘Historic Moment’: All Pakistan Muslim League celebrates “Black Day” for India

The All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) is celebrating the hoisting of the 'Khalistan Flag' at Red Fort on Republic Day.

Conspiracy theorist Subramanian Swamy floats a new theory, toes ‘liberals’ line to claim Red Fort siege was a PMO plot

Subramanian Swamy has furthered the left propaganda that Red Fort siege was carried out at the behest of the PMO

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