Jharkhand Polls 3rd Phase: 62.35% voter turnout recorded: Fate of 17 Assembly constituencies in Jharkhand sealed as voting for the third phase of assembly elections wraps up peacefully with 62.35% turnout.
Supreme Court: Judicial probe in Telangana encounter: The top court orders a judicial probe into the Hyderabad encounter linked to the veterinarian gangrape & murder case; Former SC Judge Justice Sirpurkar to head the probe commission; report to be submitted in 6 months.
PM Modi reaches out to North-East on CAB: Prime Minister Modi assures people of the North-east that the Citizenship Amendment Bill will cause no harm to their interests; hits out at the Congress, charging it of spreading falsehoods on the issue and spreading unrest in the region.
Ayodhya Verdict: Supreme Court dismisses all review petitions: Supreme Court dismisses a batch of petitions seeking review of its November 9 Ayodhya land dispute case verdict; says the petitions devoid of merit.
India & Sri Lanka have long history and tradition of harmonious coexistence: TS Sandhu: India and Sri Lanka have a long history and tradition of harmonious coexistence between man and nature while both countries have values that cherish, nourish and protect the environment. This was stated by Indian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka Taranjit Singh Sandhu while speaking at the second International Symposium on Social Sciences in Colombo on Thursday.
INTACH to provide consultancy services for reconstruction of earthquake affected Cultural Heritage sites in Nepal: The Government of India has deployed Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) to provide consultancy services for Post-Earthquake reconstruction of 11 Cultural Heritage sites in Nepal.
Polling underway for 17 seats in the 3rd phase of Jharkhand Assembly elections: Polling is underway for 17 seats in the third phase of Assembly elections in Jharkhand. The poll-bound districts are Ranchi, Ramgarh, Hazaribagh, Koderma, Chatra, Giridih, Bokaro and Saraikela-Kharsawan.
United Kingdom votes in landmark midterm elections: Fingers crossed in Britain as United Kingdom votes in landmark midterm elections; The verdict will decide the future of Brexit; Results expected by Friday morning.
Bangladesh Foreign Minister postpones a visit to India: Foreign Minister of Bangladesh Dr. AK Abdul Momen has rescheduled his visit to India. The official news agency of Bangladesh BSS quoting the Foreign Ministry said that Dr. Momen has deferred his India visit to next month when he is likely to hold bilateral talks with his Indian counterpart Dr. S Jaishankar. The official told BSS that the change in schedule took place as the Foreign Minister was to join Martyred Intellectual Day in Dhaka on Saturday.
Polls open in Britain’s ‘Brexit’ election’: Britain went to the polls on Thursday, the country’s third general election in less than five years, to break the Brexit deadlock that has paralysed the country’s politics since the 2016 referendum to leave the European Union.
New Zealand volcano death toll rises to eight: The official death toll from New Zealand’s White Island volcano eruption rose to eight after two more people died in the hospital.
Maldives sign contract with the joint venture of Indian companies for development of Addu: Maldives government signed a contract with a joint venture of Indian companies for preparation of project report and development of Addu, second biggest city in the island nation.