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| 17 April, 2022, 08:53 AM IST | E-Paper


    Jahangirpuri violence: Delhi Police urges ED to probe mastermind Ansar's properties

    The federal probe agency, according to sources, is investigating the company and its executives under the provisions of the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA) related to foreign remittances worth crores of rupees made over the last few years.

    India should aspire to become high-income country by 2047: NITI Aayog CEO

    Jahangirpuri has been in the eye of a storm since April 16, when communal violence broke out during a 'Shoba Yatra' on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti. Despite a Supreme Court order to maintain the st...

    Is Gujarat Assembly going to be dissolved for poll announcement next week, Arvind Kejriwal asks BJP

    The Narendra Modi government has been repeatedly seeking action against pro-Pak Sikh radicals operating from the UK and the issue figured prominently during the past few bilateral meetings.

    India tops milk production in world, turnover higher than wheat and rice output: PM Modi

    While speaking at a CII conference, Vaishnaw said he is working to make the telecom industry a sunrise sector and bring it out from the current state of a continuous tussle with various stakeholders, including regulators and lawmakers.

    Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau to visit India from April 25 to 27

    The countrywide vaccination drive was rolled out on January 16 last year with healthcare workers getting inoculated in the first phase. Vaccination of frontline workers started from February 2 last year.

    Delhi-NCR schools take preventive measures to avoid closure amid spike in Covid cases

    Schools in Delhi have a four-day holiday in view of Ambedkar Jayanti, which was on Thursday, and Good Friday followed by Saturday and Sunday.

    Techie from Hyderabad climbs Dhaulagiri without oxygen support

    The 2022 spring meetings of the IMF and the World Bank Group will take place from Monday through Sunday.

    Over 192.74 cr COVID-19 vaccine doses provided to States, UTs: Centre

    About 500 samples have been sent for genome sequencing and the experts said that results are expected to come sometime this week, people in the know told ET.

    Mumbai reports over 100 COVID-19 cases for 2nd day; no new death, active tally rises to 563

    The accusation comes close on the heels of BJP leader K S Eshwarappa resigning from his ministerial position on Saturday after a contractor allegedly died by suicide in a hotel room in Udupi on April 12.

    Assam police: Fundamentalist organisations including ISI involved in illegal cattle trade

    In their telephonic conversation, the two leaders expressed satisfaction over the rapid pace of wide-ranging cooperation under the India-Vietnam Comprehensive Strategic Partnership which was established during Modi's visit to Vietnam in 2016, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) said in a statement.

    NCB seizes over 50 kg heroin, suspects Afghan link to racket

    The notices were given to follow the sound instructions given. "If any religious place, DJ operator does not follow the instructions given by the High Court regarding sound, then strict action will be taken against them," said the notice. According to Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board, loudspeakers should not be allowed to be operated after 10 pm and before 6 am and they should be fitted with a 'sound limiter'.

    10-year-old aspiring athlete runs from Prayagraj to Lucknow, meets CM

    It is our collective aim to establish India as one of the key partners in global semiconductor supply chains, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday at the inaugural session of Semicon India Conf...

    European partners important companions in India's quest for peace, prosperity: PM Modi

    "UNSC has not been able to fulfill its responsibilities... Unless the United Nations (UN), particularly the UNSC, is reformed, the global body's role in maintaining peace and security will be limited due to lack of representation," Shringla said.

    Delhi schools to continue in offline mode, to ensure Covid protocols are followed: Officials

    The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has claimed that names of highly placed individuals and bureaucrats surfaced during its investigation into the Rs 3,600 crore VVIP chopper scandal. However, the same could not be prosecuted so far on account of lack of “sufficient prosecutable evidence” in absence of full execution of Letters Rogatory (LRs) sent to foreign shores.