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Amnesty International produced predetermined Kashmir reports using foreign money received in violation of FEMA

Amnesty International using illegal foreign contribution to create propaganda reports on Kashmir

Rupee continues to strengthen on expectations that Modi is going to form the government again

The month of March has witnessed the most robust Rupee performance since 2nd January 2019.

On the expectation of PM Modi’s re-election in 2019, Rupee hits two-and-a-half-month high

The surging popularity of Modi could also be seen as three opinion polls envisioned a clear majority of the NDA in the upcoming general elections

Second consecutive rate cut: LPG cylinder price cut by Rs 120.50 for unsubsidised consumers, Rs 5.91 for subsidised

Reduced prices in the international market has led to a second consecutive monthly price reduction

Rupee rises 21 paise against US Dollar, touching a three-month high

The Rupee rose by 21 paise to 69.64 against the US Dollar.

FCRA violations: Amnesty International’s Bengaluru offices raided by Enforcement Directorate

NDA government has been investigating unauthorised foreign funding received by NGOs

Iran ready to handover Chabahar port to Indian firm for operation: Iranian Minister Abbas Akhoundi

Chabahar is one of the most important strategic areas of influence for India

Jyotiraditya Scindia furthers half truth about India’s forex reserves, gets fact-checked

Even at a 7 month low, forex reserve was higher by around 30% since the BJP gained power, outflanking the Congress in 2014.

Modi government’s National Steel Policy saved the country Rs 5,000 crores forex

National Steel Policy has also added around 24 million tonnes of crude steel capacity during the last four years.

Latest News

25 lakh migrant workers returned to state so far amidst Coronavirus pandemic: UP CM Yogi Adityanath

The Yogi Adityanath govt has been working relentlessly to provide employment and various other facilities to the migrant workers who have returned to the state amidst the nationwide lockdown

UP: Police books over two dozen people for gathering in large groups to offer Eid namaz in a Muzaffarnagar Mosque

Defying administration's repeated appeals, a raft of Muslims congregated at the mosque in Kajian colony in Muzaffarnagar to offer prayers on the occasion of Eid-al-Fitr

Styrene gas tragedy: LG Polymers was warned over toxic styrene levels, green ministry red flags delay by Andhra govt: Report

A major chemical leak from the LG Polymers plant near Visakhapatnam impacted villages in a five-km radius

Coronavirus outbreak: Congress demands a fresh Union Budget, claims the pandemic demands increased spending by the centre

Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram in his column has argued that the present scenario has rendered the Union Budget declared in February irrelevant

England: Pakistani arrested for vandalising Guru Arjan Dev Gurdwara, note on Kashmir posted in the Gurdwara recovered

In the attack which took place on May 25 morning at Guru Arjan Dev Gurdwara in Derby, England, the unidentified man had broken the Gurudwara's windows

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Here is the truth about the fake TIME magazine cover page shared by Ravish Kumar and subsequently deleted

His legendary capacity to peddle fake news was once again exposed when Ravish Kumar shared a fake TIME magazine cover in a bid to malign PM Modi.

Pinjra Tod ‘activist’ arrested for inciting Delhi riots was a columnist with The Wire and Newslaundry

Delhi police arrested two women, Natasha Narwal, who was also a columnist with The Wire and Devangna Kalita for inciting the anti-Hindu Delhi riots

Mumbai Police issues prohibitory order, to take action against messages on social media: Here is how it curbs criticism against Uddhav Govt

For MLA Aaditya Thackeray too, the most worrying aspect of the pandemic in Maharashtra is the ‘hate on social media'

Maharashtra: After Palghar lynching, two Sadhus brutally killed inside ashram in Nanded

The bodies of the Sadhus were found in their ashram in Maharashtra's Nanded late on Saturday night

Delhi: Tanker operators say AAP MLA Prakash Jarwal collected bribes up to Rs 60 lakhs a month

The accusations of graft against AAP MLA Prakash Jarwal came to light after a water tanker owner, Dr Rajendra Singh, committed suicide alleging harassment for payment from the AAP MLA and his aide Kapil Nagar

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