Pathological compulsion to comment on India’s internal matter, spread hate: India tells Pakistan to stop its ‘juvenile propaganda’ on Ayodhya verdict
India denounced unwarranted remarks of Pakistan on Ayodhya and Jammu and Kashmir by Pakistani minister Shafqat Mahmood as “juvenile propaganda” and “fabricated lies”
UNESCO headquarters erupt with ‘Modi, Modi’ chant as PM Modi addresses Indian community in Paris, France
These chants were followed by "Modi hai to mumkin hai (If Modi is there, it is possible)".
UNESCO slams Indian Express story on heritage tag of Darjeeling toy train being ‘under threat’, calls it misleading
The UNESCO New Delhi team and the Indian Railways have been working closely to find a solution to the threats that DHR, popularly known as Darjeeling toy train, faces.
Hampi Vandalism: Four youths punished to re-erect the pillars they had knocked down, fined ₹70,000 each
The four accused reportedly admitted their guilt and assured the court that they would not indulge in vandalism in the future. All the four were also released on Thursday after they remitted ₹2.8 lakhs fine.
A quick round up of things that made it to news today.
A video showing 3 miscreants vandalising the old carved stone pillars at the world heritage site of Hampi has emerged
Doklam plateau isn't the only conflict point between the two countries
A satirical report about BMC's problems with an RJ who came up with a parody song.
Don't trust everything you see online
Days after an Islamist brutally beheaded a teacher, France Govt prepares to expel 231 religious extremists from the country
France is planning to come down hard on religious extremists after an Islamic youth beheaded a teacher recently
Congress, media target Varun Gandhi for unwillingness to speak to a stranger late at night: Here is who the man was and why he...
The Congress party has decided to go after BJP MP Varun Gandhi after a leaked version of his conversation found its way to the media.
Government and Policy
India formally invites Australia to join the 2020 Malabar trilateral naval exercise, Australia confirms full participation: Read details
It will be the first time all members of the regional grouping known as the Quad will participate in the Malabar naval exercise
Rajasthan: Two minor girls gang-raped, police shift victims to the hospital in an auto-rickshaw instead of ambulance
Two minors gang-raped by six in Rajasthan. Police conducting raids at various locations in search of accused.
The Assam doctor's dance video has gone viral on social media, gaining thousands of likes and comments.
After Chinese phones blocking weather data for Arunachal and Ladakh, now Twitter shows Leh as part of China
Security analyst Nitin A Gokhale found that Twitter has labelled Leh in Ladakh as part of People's Republic of China (PRC)
In 2012 ‘out of town’ Salman Khan partied with Parambir Singh in Mumbai on day Bandra cops could not serve him Court summons for...
As reported by Mid-Day in 2012, Salman Khan and Parambir Singh were both found attending a Christmas party hosted by Sunny Dewan and his wife Anu Dewan in Mumbai. This when the Bandra cops claimed Khan was not in town.
During 26/11 Mumbai attack, Param Bir Singh refused to be on ground and take on terrorists, then Mumbai CP Hasan Gafoor had said
Hasan Gafoor, who was the Mumbai Commissioner of Police during the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, had accused senior police officials, including Param Bir Singh of not taking on the terrorists.
Pro-congress journalists and trolls target Amitabh Bachchan’s son-in-law Nikhil Nanda when another Nikhil Nanda criticised Rahul Gandhi
Nikhil Nanda, the MD of JHS Svendgaard Laboratories Limited, had exposed Rahul Gandhi for criticising India's handling of COVID-19 crisis
Shashi Tharoor wears Mani Shankar Aiyar’s hat, denigrates India and praises Pakistan at Lahore Literature Festival, claims Modi govt targeting Muslims
Shashi Tharoor denigrated India and praised Pakistan during a discussion at the Lahore Literature Festival.