Fog and cold disrupt normal life across North India: Fog and cold disrupt normal life across North India. In Madhya Pradesh, most parts of the state continue to reel under cold wave conditions.
Health Minister inaugurates the second edition of Eat Right Mela in New Delhi: Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan has said, the right kind of diet will help to reduce the disease burden in the country.
Election Commission reviews poll preparations for upcoming Delhi assembly elections: Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora, Election Commissioners Ashok Lavasa and Sushil Chandra today reviewed poll preparedness for Delhi Assembly Elections at the Election Commission Headquarters in New Delhi.
Home Minister Amit Shah accuses opposition parties of misleading people on CAA: Home Minister Amit Shah has accused the opposition parties of misleading people on Citizenship Amendment Act.
North India reel under intense cold wave: Severe cold wave conditions continue in northern India. It was freezing cold in most parts of the northern states on Christmas day, with Srinagar recording its coldest night of the season at minus 4.3 degrees Celsius that froze water supply lines at several places.
Army Chief Bipin Rawat condemns violence during protests against CAA: Army Chief General Bipin Rawat today condemned the violence taking place during protests against Citizenship amendment act and gave a strong message for students saying that they must not lead masses and crowds in arson and violence.
Swami Vivekananda and his message will continue to inspire nation: President: President Ramnath Kovind has said Swami Vivekananda and his message will continue to inspire the nation, especially the youth.
Last annular solar eclipse of 2019 takes place forming ‘ring of fire’ around Sun: Last annular solar eclipse of 2019 takes place, forming a spectacular ‘ring of fire’ around the Sun.
PM Modi witnesses solar eclipse through live stream: Prime Minister Narendra Modi was also among the several space enthusiasts who witnessed the annular solar eclipse.
Typhoon Phanfone hits hard centre of Philippines killing 20 people: In the Philippines, a strong typhoon, ‘Phanfone’ has killed at least 20 people leaving a trail of devastation through the centre of the country.
Indonesia bus crash death toll climbs to 28: In Indonesia, number of people killed in a bus crash climbed to 28 on Wednesday, with 13 others injured.
Thousands flee rebel-held Idlib as Syrian army advances: Russian and Syrian airstrikes have driven thousands of civilians far from Idlib, and have forced them to settle inside mosques, schools and makeshift camps.
Burkina Faso in mourning after double jihadist attacks: Burkina Faso was in mourning on Wednesday after jihadists killed 35 civilians, almost all of them women, in double attacks in the north in one of the deadliest assaults in nearly five years of violence in the West African country.
Italy education minister resigns over lack of funds for ministry: Italian Education Minister Lorenzo Fioramonti has said that he had resigned after failing to obtain fund from the government to improve the country’s schools and universities.
Iran-backed bloc names Basra governor for post of Iraqi PM: An Iranian-backed bloc in Iraq’s parliament has proposed the governor of oil-rich southern Basra province as the country’s next prime minister.
Sri Lanka observes two-minute silence to commemorate 15 years of Tsunami disaster: In Sri Lanka, a two-minute silence was observed all over the country this morning to commemorate 15 years of Tsunami disaster which killed thousands of people in 2004.