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[email protected]: No Pak Or ISIS flags, This Time J&K Submerged In Tricolour

  SRINAGAR: Like other parts of the country, the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir is also submerged in the colours of the national flag on the eve of India’s 75th Independence Day. In a major departure from the past, when the Tricolour was only hoisted at district and tehsil headquarters, this year it has …

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Cattle Smuggling Scam: TMC Hints At Bias In Probe

KOLKATA: The Trinamool Congress (TMC) does not condone immoral acts and has zero tolerance towards any misdeeds or wrongdoings but it also questions the “impartiality” of the probe agencies, said State Finance Minister Chandrima Bhattacharya. Bhattacharya added, “Be it the Enforcement Directorate (ED) or the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), the Central government agencies are …

U’khand BJP Prez Clears Air On Flag Remark

DEHRADUN: After drawing flak for his “those houses that do not hoist the national flag can’t be trusted” remark, Uttarakhand Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Mahendra Bhatt clarified that he meant only the party workers’ houses. “Our brave freedom fighters sacrificed their lives. I mean that I want every home across the country to hoist …

Nothing Happens In TMC Without Mamata’s Nod: Sukanta Majumdar

NEW DELHI: Nothing happens in the Trinamool Congress (TMC) without the approval of Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, said Sukanta Majumdar, the state chief of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He blamed the TMC supremo for Bengal’s corruption. “Without the direction of Mamata Banerjee, Partha Chatterjee couldn’t have anything because it is a very common …

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Bed Rest For TMC Strongman: Doc Says Forced To Write

KOLKATA: In a twist in the Bengal Cattle Smuggling Scam, the physician who advised Anubrata Mondal to take a 14-day bed rest later admitted that he was compelled to recommend bed rest for the Trinamool strongman. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), who arrested Mondal on Friday night, also questioned the two doctors of Bolpur …

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CROSSFIRE Episode 4 | Atal, Modi, Kangana & Shiv Dham Our Assets, Will Win 2022: HP CM

  In a free-wheeling interview, at the backdrop of the captivating Himalayas in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh Chief minister Jai Ram Thakur spoke in length to The New Indian‘s Executive Editor Rohan Dua, Ahead of the state assembly election, later this year, CM Thakur is confident about Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) returning to power. CM Thakur …

EXCL ON THE NEW INDIAN: Kerala Guv Arif M Khan Blames Madrasas For Islamic Extremism In India

  NEW DELHI: Kerala Governor and Islamic scholar Arif Mohammad Khan has blamed the extremist Islamic teachings imparted in madaras of India for incidents like the Udaipur beheading. Speaking to The New Indian, Khan said, “Whatever was broadcasted on TV and the expression of these two men (the two killers) after beheading that person wasn’t …

Rahul Breaks Trust; I Fought For Cong But CM Khattar Still Obliged Us: Bishnoi On Toughest 30s

In an in-depth interview with The New Indian’s Executive Editor Rohan Dua, Kuldeep Bishnoi reveals the reasons behind the toughest 30 seconds of his life, when his vote led to the defeat of Congress candidate Ajay Maken in the recently held Rajya Sabha polls. Bishnoi, son of three-time former Haryana chief minister Bhajan Lal said …

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Uttarakhand To Use ICTC Vans For AIDS Awareness Campaign

DEHRADUN: Uttarakhand state health department will soon include mobile Integrated Counselling and Testing Centre (ICTC) vans that will be deployed for the ongoing awareness campaign about HIV/AIDS across the state. “The ICTC vans will be used for testing, spreading awareness and counselling of HIV patients. Various programmes are being conducted in the state through the …

Centre Cautions 7 States On Covid Rise, Suggests Strategy

KOLKATA: In the wake of rising cases of Covid-19, the Centre on Saturday asked the governments of Delhi, Kerala, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Odisha, Tamil Nadu and Telangana to ramp up vaccination and testing. In a letter to health secretaries of seven worst-affected states, the Union health ministry cautioned them against the rise of Covid infections further …

Japan Approves Covaxin Booster Dose For Travellers

KOLKATA: Japan has approved the booster shot of Covaxin, the anti-Covid vaccine developed by India’s Bharat Biotech, for travellers, the drug maker announced on Friday. “We are proud to announce that Japan has approved COVAXIN booster dose for travellers. Another global recognition of the effectiveness of our universal COVID vaccine,” Bharat Biotech stated. Earlier in April, …

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Kashmir’s First Multiplex Coming Up In Srinagar

SRINAGAR: A prominent Kashmiri Pandit businessman is taking a bold step as he is set to unveil Kashmir’s first-ever multiplex in the Sonwar area of Srinagar. The move comes more than three decades after the terrorists shut down all cinema halls in the valley. And the Dhar family, which owned the now defunct Broadway Cinema …

Vistara Announces Inflight Food Festival

NEW DELHI: Celebrating the second anniversary of its long-haul operations, Vistara, India’s finest full-service carrier, has announced ‘Dawat-e-Awadh’ – a special meal festival, on board all its long-haul flights from August 5 to August 31, 2022, the company said. Customers flying Vistara from India to Frankfurt, London and Paris will be offered flavourful Awadhi delicacies, …

Retro Fitment Services For EVs To Become Faceless  

NEW DELHI: Delhi Government will soon make retro fitment services for electric vehicles completely faceless. The move will benefit a large number of diesel vehicle users who would want to convert their vehicles into electric vehicles. “In our bid to make Delhi an EV (electric vehicle) capital, we have been consistently bringing our new interventions …

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Blasphemy Or The Right To Criticise

  Doubt is not new or modern, doubt has been an ancient practice ever since humans started gazing at the stars, trying to figure out natural phenomena. Once religion became organised, trying to explain the natural phenomenons as the wrath of the gods, there were bound to be dissenters, sceptics and agnostics who felt that …

What IAF’s Transport Fleet Requires

Indian Air Force (IAF) has a remarkably large transport fleet, probably one of the largest in the world. The IAF benefitted from the close relationship between India and Russia, thereby possessing a large number of IL-76MD aircraft and a substantial An-32 fleet. However, India also possesses locally-built fleets of Avro HS-748 and Dornier 228 for …

EDITORIAL: BJP Allowed Nitish Kumar To Leave NDA

History often repeats itself and this adage fits the current state of affairs in Bihar. Nitish Kumar, perhaps the longest serving Chief Minister of Bihar has once again parted ways with Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) only to form an alliance with Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) of Lalu Prasad Yadav. Nitish Kumar snapped all ties with …

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Celebs’ Flak Piles On Aamir’s Laal Singh Chaddha

Aamir Khan’s Laal Singh Chaddha opened to poor response at the box office amid the boycott campaign against it on social media. The official remake of Hollywood’s Forrest Gump has garnered only Rs 19 crore in India in the first two days. The reviews of the movie are mixed and it’s hurtling towards becoming a …

Kashmir’s First Multiplex Coming Up In Srinagar

SRINAGAR: A prominent Kashmiri Pandit businessman is taking a bold step as he is set to unveil Kashmir’s first-ever multiplex in the Sonwar area of Srinagar. The move comes more than three decades after the terrorists shut down all cinema halls in the valley. And the Dhar family, which owned the now defunct Broadway Cinema …

‘Paisa Bolta Hai’: Recalling Five High-Voltage Clashes At Box-Office

BENGALURU: As Aamir Khan’s ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’ and Akshay Kumar’s ‘Raksha Bandhan’ are set to fight it out at the ticket counters on 11th August, The New Indian looks at five high-voltage box-office clashes which created ripples – 1. Lagaan vs Gadar (2001): A rare occasion when two big films clashed at the box office …

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Star Power: Pant Named Uttarakhand Brand Ambassador

DEHRADUN: Years after he left Uttarakhand to make his mark as a cricketer, India’s star wicket-keeper batsman, Rishabh Pant, was named the brand ambassador for the state. Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami felicitated him at a programme organised at Uttarakhand Sadan in New Delhi on Wednesday. Speaking on the occasion, CM Dhami said, “The …

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