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Uncertainty remains over future of Afghanistan as politicians demand inclusive govt from Taliban, national flag still flies over presidential palace

Politicians said that said that no serious discussions were held about future governance in Afghanistan in the meetings with the Taliban

Will ‘negative post’ on PM and ‘religion’ on WhatsApp invite prosecution by cybercrime dept? Viral message is hilariously fake

Viral message claims that government will now monitor social media and phone calls under the 'new communication rules'

In the last few days, availability of Liquid Medical Oxygen increased by 3300 MT per day: Here’s what was discussed in PM’s high-level meeting

The high-level meeting was attended by the Cabinet Secretary, Principal Secretary to PM, Home Secretary, Health Secretary & Officials from Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Ministry of Road Transport, Pharmaceuticals, and NITI Aayog members.

Gaushala scam in Rajasthan: Over 62 lakh worth of government grant paid to six cow shelters without a single cow

In Jaisalmer, six cow shelters had shown over 1800 animals on paper and had taken approximately Rs 62 lakhs in government grants. In reality, they did not have a single cow.

Prior approval now necessary for government-funded organisations wanting to host online international seminars

The Ministry of Education has passed a new directive, making it mandatory for academicians, doctors, scientists and others from government-funded organisations to seek prior approval for online seminars on “India’s internal matters”

Govt blocks 250 tweets and Twitter accounts that claimed PM Modi was planning farmer genocide

Sources tell OpIndia that this has been done on the request of Ministry of Home Affairs and law enforcement agencies to prevent any escalation of law and order in view of the on-going farmer agitation.

‘Whoever governs Singapore must have that iron in him’: How Lee Kuan Yew brought an end to pilots’ protest in Singapore Airlines

In 1980, the Singapore International Airlines(SIA) and its pilots' union SIAPA was engaged in a bitter dispute over the demand of salary hikes.

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

‘Remember Kamlesh Tiwari? The same will happen to you’: Asst Stores Officer Shakeel Ahmad threatens UP Minister Rajeshwar Singh

As per police, a case has been filed against Shakeel Ahmed under Sections 504, 506, and 507 of IPC. Once the police finish investigation, they will arrest Ahmed as per law.

Beirut blast aftermath: Amid widespread protests against corruption, Lebanon government resigns

Lebanon PM Hassan Diab resigns over Beirut blast, blames corruption. 20 cabinet ministers have already resigned.

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