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Indian Railways reports the year 2019-20 as its safest year in the past 166 years, no passenger death recorded in current fiscal

For the first time in 166 years, Indian Railways reports zero passenger deaths in the year 2019-20

Modi govt announces major Railways reforms to break a 150-year-old legacy: Railway Board restructured, cadres to be merged

Government has taken a bold and historic decision of restructuring the Railways organisation to break a 150-year-old legacy.

India among 10 most improved economies, jumps 14 places to reach 63rd rank in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business rankings

India, which was ranked 77th among 190 countries in the previous Ease of Doing Business ranking, has shown an improvement of 23 places compared to its position in 2018.

Indian Railways set to introduce country’s fastest self-propelled train ‘Train 18’ manufactured under ‘Make in India’

The Train 18, manufactured by Integral Coach Factory Chennai is capable of running at a speed of up to 160 kmph and will replace the Shatabdi Express currently the country's fastest train.

IMF WEO report: India is the fastest growing economy in the world, 7.4% growth predicted for the next fiscal

IMF in its report said that the ongoing structural reforms will benefit the country in the long-term

Centre proposes to make board affiliation and geo-tagging mandatory for madarsas

BJP led Uttar Pradesh government has already taken few steps in modernising madarsas.

Stone pelting girl turns her life around to become the captain of J&K women’s football team

Rajnath Singh also met the Jammu and Kashmir women's football team

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Rajdeep Sardesai falsely claims Rahul Gandhi was ‘probably’ the first politician to raise alarm over Coronavirus: Here are the facts

Propagandist-in-Chief Rajdeep Sardesai created quite a stir on social media after claiming that Rahul Gandhi was 'probably' the first national politician to warn about the Wuhan Coronavirus pandemic.

50 new positive Coronavirus cases in Tamil Nadu linked to the Tablighi Jamaat event at Delhi: Tamil Nadu Health Secretary

The Tamil Nadu government raised an alarm over the Tablighi Jamaat congregation after many tested positive for Coronavirus

Meerut: 14 people hiding in a Maulana’s house arrested, had attended Tablighi Jamaat event amidst​ Coronavirus spread

The Maulana of a mosque in Kashi village of Meerut hid the 14 people who attended the Tablighi Jamaat event in his house

Assam doctor dies after consuming Hydroxychloroquine, medical superintendent says ‘not sure if death related to drug’

Senior doctor, Utpaljit Barman reportedly died from a heart attack after he took anti-malarial drug Hydroxychloroquine

Jharkhand records first Coronavirus case: Malaysian woman who was part of a foreigners group hiding in Ranchi Mosque tests positive

One of the 24 people found hiding inside a Ranchi mosque has become the first Coronavirus case in Jharkhand.

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Delhi: Dozens of coronavirus cases across the country traced to Tablighi Jamat Mosque in Nizamuddin, hundreds in hospital, 2000 quarantined, area sealed off

A medical camp has been set up in the area and samples are being tested. Drones have been deployed to maintain strict vigilance over movements. As per reports, over 2000 people in the area are under quarantine.

We’re not rich like US, but we’ve Islam: Pakistan PM announces ways to fight Coronavirus

Imran Khan, in his address to his nation on March 30, praised China, the country which unleashed Wuhan coronavirus on rest of the world.

Tablighi Jamaat and its links to terrorist organizations: History of association to Al Qaeda, Taliban and Kashmiri terrorists

The links of Tablighi Jamaat with terrorist organizations such as the Al Qaeda become hugely significant.

Uttar Pradesh: Maulvi booked for hiding Indonesian Muslims in a mosque in Bijnor, Muslims of other nationalities also found from other mosques

A Markazi mosque in Kaiserbagh area of Lucknow was found sheltering foreigners from Kyrgystan and Kazakhastan since March 13

King Maha Vajiralongkorn of Thailand goes into isolation with his harem of 20 concubines in Germany, books an entire luxury hotel

Thailand King Maha Vajiralongkorn has booked out the entire Grand Hotel Sonnenbichl in Bavaria, with permission from local council

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