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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.

OpIndia Evening Dispatch: Monday, 4th February, 2019

A quick round up of things that made it to news today.

UNESCO world heritage site in Hampi vandalised by hoodlums

A video showing 3 miscreants vandalising the old carved stone pillars at the world heritage site of Hampi has emerged

India and China face-off over making Tibetan medicine a part of their own cultural heritage

Doklam plateau isn't the only conflict point between the two countries

UNESCO declares BMC the best Municipal Corporation in the world, BMC threatens to sue

A satirical report about BMC's problems with an RJ who came up with a parody song.

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The Keystone XL pipeline and why Joe Biden’s executive order has riled up Canada and fears of job loss

On Friday, US President Joe Biden will make his first call with Justin Trudeau on Friday and discuss the issue of keystone pipeline.

Not a satire: North Korea raises concerns about ‘human rights violations’ in Australia at the UN

North Korea raised concerns on human right violations in Australia during the universal period review at the UN Human Rights Council

NCB busts drug racket based out of Pakistan and Sri Lanka after seizing heroin worth Rs 1,000 crore from a boat

NCB and the Indian Coast Guard had intercepted a vessel near the Tuticorin Port and found 95.87 kg of heroin in November 2020

Tamil YouTube channel reporter harasses Brahmin women and peddles caste hatred; Indu Makkal Katchi to file a complaint on the incident

A reporter of a Tamil YouTube channel Red Pix was seen harassing a woman and peddling caste hatred against Brahmin people

How Brazil thanked India for sending Coronavirus vaccine doses: Pawan Putra Hanuman

President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, has expressed his gratitude towards India and Prime Minister Modi for vaccine exports from our country.

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Rajdeep Sardesai ‘baffled’ by India Today survey that shows Modi govt winning a sweeping majority if elections held today: Details

Taking to Twitter, Sardesai said that he was 'baffled' to see that despite the economic hardships resulted by the pandemic, Indians still love the Modi government.

#BanSportsTak: Netizens angry after India Today owned sports channel claims Virat Kohli suffers from ‘disorder’

"It is a disorder for a captain to (be as aggressive as Virat Kohli). It might be acceptable for a player to have this aggression (but nor for a captain)," the journalist claimed.

Left-wing fury at Vir Sanghvi shows just how much ‘liberals’ hate Hindus

Vir Sanghvi published a column about the ‘shameful persecution’ of Munawar Faruqui and the ‘bogus controversy’ around Tandav

Arnab vs Navika: Arnab responds to Navika’s emotional monologue, says he carried his shoes with him

Recently, Navika Kumar said that when Arnab left Time Now, she had his shoes to fill. However, Arnab gives a befitting reply.

Pakistan ‘successfully’ test-fires missile injuring people, destroying houses in civil area, say Baloch leaders

Contrary to claims of Pakistani Army's successful tests of Shaheen-III Missile, several reports coming from Pakistan suggests that the test carried out by Pakistan was a massive failure as the missile landed in a civilian area in Balochistan destroying several houses and injuring civilians

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