Author: Anmol Singla

Group Captain Varun Singh, Sole Survivor Of CDS Chopper Crash Succumbs To Injuries

BENGALURU: Group Captain Varun Singh, the lone survivor of the IAF Mi 17 V5 chopper crash that took the lives of India’s apex military officer Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) Bipin Rawat, his wife Madhulika Rawat and 11 other personnel on December 8, succumbed to his injuries at Air Force Command Hospital in Bengaluru. Confirming the

Chhote Sheher Mein Bada Tyohar: KIFF Reinterprets Cinema For Small Town In Madhya Pradesh

  KHAJURAHO (MADHYA PRADESH): The UNESCO world heritage site of Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh played host to the seventh edition of the Khajuraho International Film Festival (KIFF), which concluded on Saturday. The festival saw film makers, thespians, acclaimed artists and local “Covid warriors” being felicitated during its week-long run. This edition however did not see

ORCHA’S WEDDING: Govts Come And Go, But Only One ‘Sarkar’ Rules This MP Town

  ORCHHA (MADHYA PRADESH): Nestled on the border between Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, the quaint town of Orchha has been teeming with a generous spread of crowd since last one week, steeped in Bundelkhand’s rich history of annual wedding of their favourite king. The awe of bright lights worn on the old forts is grand. 

EXCLUSIVE: No COVID19 Trace Found In Ganga Samples During 2nd Wave: Study. Did Western Media Wrongly Attribute Natural Deaths In UP & Bihar To Coronavirus?

LUCKNOW/KANPUR: A study by scientists of Council for Science and Industrial Research (CSIR) and Indian Institute of Toxicology Research (IITR) has said that there was no presence of Coronavirus in any water sample collected during the second Covid wave from Ganga river locations in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. The 120-page study, accessed by the The

Every Nation Wants A Bite of India’s InFinity Forum, Launch By PM Tomorrow

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to inaugurate the first ever ‘InFinity Forum’, a two-day thought leadership forum, to be held on December 3-4. The event is being hosted by the International Financial Services Centres Authority (IFSCA) under the aegis of the Indian government in collaboration with Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT

In Maha, Institutional Quarantine For Fliers From “At Risk Nations”

MUMBAI: Citing the Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897 and the Disaster Management Act, 2005; the Maharashtra government has imposed restrictions on domestic and international passengers on Thursday based on the evolving situation of the “omnicron” variant of the Covid-19 pandemic. The “High Risk Countries” include South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe as categorised by the Indian government.

Kejriwal Holds High Level Meeting Following Covid Variant Scare; Reviews Preparedness

NEW DELHI: As the country remains on high alert against the new Covid-19 variant, Omicron, reported first in South Africa, the state governments are ramping up their health facilities. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday held a meeting with the officials from Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) and other concerned authorities to discuss the

Delhi Air Pollution: Ban On Construction, Demolition Activities To Continue

NEW DELHI: The Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government on Monday announced that they have banned construction works in the capital until further notice in view of the worsening air pollution situation. Electrical work, interior decoration, plumbing and carpentry have been allowed to continue. Announcing that the third phase of ‘Red Light On, Gaadi Off’ campaign would

Farm Laws Repealed: The Young Faces That Drove The World’s Largest Movement

  The Farm Laws Repeal Bill was passed amidst ruckus in the Lok Sabha on Monday, the first day of the 2021 Winter Session of Parliament. The Farmer protest movement has been the topic of global discourse for more than a year now. November 26 marked one year of what has been touted as the

The 10-Year-Old Who Became Orphan During Farm Protests

MOHALI: Ten-year-old Gurmanjot Singh was left orphaned, after his 32-year-old father Jatinder Singh, a farmer from Punjab’s Raipur Kalan died of a heart attack while protesting at the Singhu Border site (Delhi border) during the farmers’ agitation. His mother had passed away in 2014 under similar conditions. This incident has left Gurmanjot Singh with his

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