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Trains, Flights suspended May 3 as PM Modi announces extension of nationwide lockdown

All passenger trains and flights except those approved by the respective ministries have suspended their operations till May 3.

‘Comedian’ Kunal Kamra threatens to leak phone numbers of Arnab Goswami and ‘BJP leaders’ in public because he is getting calls from unknown numbers

Kunal Kamra had threatened to out mobile phone numbers of 'BJP leaders' and Republic TV Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, claiming that since unknown people are calling him to 'debate', the leak will be justified.

Government of India orders immediate grounding of Boeing 737 MAX planes following Ethiopian Airlines crash

Boeing 737 Max planes planes will be grounded in India till appropriate modifications and safety measures are undertaken

IndiGo announces they will charge for every seat during web check in, Govt to review after outrage

The check-in at the airport, where seats would be assigned as per availability, is free.

Jet Airways midair mayhem: Watch how these passengers suffered and lived to tell the tale

Ministry of Civil Aviation has taken cognisance of the incident and requested the Directorate General of Civil Aviation to file a report

Creating a nuisance aboard an airplane isn’t dissent, it’s a crime

One has to respect legal and regulatory norms regarding time, place & occasion while conducting any kind of protest.

Air Traffic Controllers Guild wants legal action against Times of India

ATCG expressed concern over classified information being leaked to media and media tarnishing image of ATCOs

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Latest updates and important links about COVID-19 coronavirus

Live statistics and tracking of news related to COVID-19 coronavirus with focus on India.

Unelected people think they can impose their will on the government through courts: Harish Salve

Harish Salve said that one may not agree with the judgment of the court but saying that the court does not stands with the people is wrong.

India emerges as fifth-largest hydropower producer in the world overtaking Japan

As per International Hydropower Association, India has a total installed base at 50 Gigawatt after Canada, the US, Brazil, and China.

UP Power Minister Shrikant Sharma orders to close all drains opening in Yamuna river till February

Expressing concern over the situation of Yamuna, UP power minister ordered to close all drains opening in the river till February

‘We want court and Govt to end Babri Masjid Demolition Case,’ says Ram Mandir dispute petitioner Iqbal Ansari after losing the case

Ansari further added that the Special CBI Court, overseeing the Babri Masjid Demolition case, must look to deliver speedy closure.

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ISKCON rejects Shemaroo Entertainment’s ‘apology’, to proceed with legal action against comedian Surleen Kaur for abusive, derogatory statements

A complaint had been filed by ISKCON organisation against comedian Ms Surleen Kaur and Shemaroo Entertainment Ltd for her abusive, derogatory remarks against the organisations, saints and Hindus.

Dangal actress Zaira Wasim quits Twitter and Instagram after being criticised for ridiculous post insinuating locust attack is ‘Allah’s wrath’

Dangal actress Zaira Wasim has quit Twitter and Instagram after receiving criticism for her insensitive post.

ISKCON files complaint against comedian Surleen Kaur and Shemaroo Entertainment Ltd for a video where ISKCON devotees were called ‘harami porn-waley’

Surleen Kaur had said in the video published by Shemaroo ‘no doubt we are from ISKCON, but from inside we are all harami porn lovers’.

Scroll asked OpIndia about Islamists targeting our ad revenues, and here is our response

A Twitter handle of an organisation called 'Stop Funding Hate' has taken it upon themselves to counter the supposed 'hate speech' that was supposedly propagated by OpIndia in one of its articles which spoke about the inherently discriminatory practices in the Halal process

D10: Britain proposes new alliance of 10 democracies including India, South Korea, Australia and G7 nations to break China’s monopoly on 5G technology

The United Kingdom aims to create an alternative suppliers of 5G technology and other technologies to by forming the D10 group
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