2022 Uttar Pradesh assembly elections: BSP supremo Mayawati sets a tall order for party
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati has set a tough challenge for her party in the 2022 Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. On Friday, her 65th birthday, she declared that her party would not cobble up any alliance for the upcoming state polls in UP and Uttarakhand. However, in the present circumstances, this claim appears to be a tall order.
Govt notifies over 3,500 jobs for persons with benchmark disabilities
The government has notified 3,566 posts in the central government establishments as suitable for persons with benchmark disabilities. These posts have also been identified suitable for new categories of persons with disabilities such as dwarfism, acid attack victims, muscular dystrophy, autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disability, specific learning disability, mental illness and multiple disability have been added.
Sankranthi Celebration at Chiranjeevi's home
While Nagarjuna made a sparkling presence in one of the photos which went viral on the internet, the attendees of this festive event include Ram Charan, Sai Dharam Tej, Varun Tej, Allu Sirish, Panja Vaishnav Tej, Upasana, Sneha Reddy and others
Army's revised SOP leads to surrenders of terrorists; 4 units receive COAS commendation
The Indian Army has changed its standard operating procedure (SOP) for anti-terror operations in Jammu and Kashmir to now focus on ensuring surrenders during live encounters notwithstanding the threat to the lives of its personnel -- a policy that has helped save the lives of 17 youths in the last six months.
Photos: Kareena spotted with son Taimur
Mom-to-be Kareena Kapoor Khan, who was snapped earlier in the day in a stylish yet comfortable yellow outfit was clicked once again by the paparazzi with her son Taimur as they headed home after attending Nikhil Dwivedi's son Shivaan's birthday bash.
Beginning of end of Covid-19, says Harsh Vardhan ahead of vaccination drive
A day before a massive countrywide vaccination drive against coronavirus is set to commence, Union health minister Harsh Vardhan on Friday said the step is "probably the beginning of the end" of Covid-19. I say, this is probably the beginning of the end of COVID now which is going to start tomorrow," Vardhan, who is also Science and Technology and Earth Sciences minister, said.
PIA passenger aircraft 'held back' at Kuala Lumpur airport over lease dispute
A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane with 170 passengers on board was held back in Malaysia over a lease dispute case between the cash-strapped national flag carrier and an Irish company pending in a UK court.
'Beating United is enough in itself': Klopp brushes aside impact on title race
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said on Friday that he was not worried about whether the result of their top-of-the-table clash with Manchester United this weekend would have a say in the title race. Leaders United and champions Liverpool, the two most successful sides in the division, are separated by three points ahead of Sunday's match at Anfield where Klopp's side have not lost since April 2017.
Breakdown of Indian bowlers raises questions on physios' role
Navdeep Saini's breakdown due to a groin injury on the first day of the fourth Test has raised some serious questions about the work done by the national team's trainers and physios. As the Australian tour hits its business end, the Indian team's list of injuries will make it very difficult for the new national selection committee to pick a decent bowling attack for the England Test series.
Bird flu scare: Vistara, IndiGo stop chicken, egg dishes on select routes
In wake of bird flu in severe states, airlines like IndiGo and Vistara have stopped serving chicken and egg dishes on some of their flights. A Vistara official said the airline has “already removed chicken and egg items from the onboard menu on both domestic and international flights originating from Delhi.”
Congress leaders laugh at Rahul's remarks, party had promised similar laws: Union agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar
Union agriculture minister Narendra Singh Tomar hit back at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday for his remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the ongoing farmers' protest at Delhi's borders and said even the leaders of his own party do not take the Gandhi scion seriously and laugh at his remarks.