Delhi riots: Khurshid named in chargesheet
From politicians to lawyers, names of various prominent personalities have come up in the charge sheet filed by Delhi Police in the Delhi riots case. This includes the name of Congress leader Salman Khurshid and advocate Prashant Bhushan. Their names have come up in the disclosure statement of the former Congress councillor Ishrat Jahan and one accused Khalid Saifi.
Dean Jones, 59, passes away after cardiac arrest
Former Australian batsman and well-known commentator Dean Jones passed away on Thursday afternoon after a cardiac arrest. Jones was in Mumbai as part of the Indian Premier League broadcast set-up, and was learnt to be absolutely fine before he suffered a sudden collapse. Jones was 59. His family, back in Australia, has been informed.
'Package solution needed for UNSC expansion'
China, which has been stonewalling India's entry into the UN Security Council, on Thursday said there were "enormous divisions" on reforms to expand the premier body of the United Nations and expressed its willingness to work for a "package solution" that can accommodate interests and concerns of all parties.
Sensex plunges 1,115 points to close at 36,554; Nifty tanks 326 points
Equity indices continued to slump with benchmark BSE sensex falling over 1,000 points in late afternoon trade as fears of fresh pandemic restrictions kept domestic investors jittery amid a global selloff in stocks. At 3:10 pm, the 30-share BSE index was trading 1,107 points or 2.46% lower at 36,742; while the broader NSE Nifty was down 268 points or 2.41% at 10,863.
PM Modi asks Virat Kohli about Yo-Yo test
Skipper Virat Kohli explained how the Yo-Yo test helped the Indian cricketers achieve high-level fitness when Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked him about the mandatory running aerobic fitness routine. Prime Minister Modi was interacting with fitness experts and influencers from across the country to mark the one-year anniversary of the 'Fit India Movement.'
6 months since lockdown: 'Despite strides, Covid crisis far from over'
From 500 cases to 57 lakh. Six months after a nationwide lockdown, Covid-19 is spreading fast across the length and breadth of India with more testing and developments on the vaccine front but no clarity on when the disease will be controlled, say scientists.
Sushant case: NCB summons to Rakul Preet Singh
The NCB officials are at Rakul Preet Singh's residence to serve her summons in connection with the drug probe in Sushant Singh Rajput death case. Earlier in the day, it was reported that her team claimed that they have not received any summons from the NCB. Later, NCB released an official statement and updated that Rakul has responded to their summons.
No, Yogi never made this remark on Muslim women
A video has been doing the rounds where West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee’s nephew Abhishek Banerjee claims than Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath said that he would take dead bodies of Muslim women out from their graves and rape them.
Sonet’s top variant Rs 1.25L costlier than Venue
Kia Sonet GTX+ variant, however, holds an edge over Hyundai Venue SX+ in terms of features. Segment-first seat ventilation, inbuilt air purifier with virus filter, cooling pad for wireless charging, and front parking sensors are exclusive to Sonet over Venue. Importantly, Sonet sports an automatic torque convertor with diesel mill, which isn’t the case with Venue. Drive modes and traction control are also available with GT variants of Sonet.
Kangana's latest dig at Maharashtra govt, BMC
Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut continued her war of words with the ruling Maharashtra government and the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Thursday morning after it was revealed that the death toll in the Bhiwandi building collapse had risen to 38.
NCB summons to Sara, Deepika: 'WhatsApp chats can't be evidence'
The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has summoned three leading actors — Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan — as part of its widening probe into the alleged use of drugs by celebrities. The central agency is probing two cases: one on the alleged involvement of actor Rhea Chakraborty in procuring and financing drugs for her boyfriend Sushant Singh Rajput and the second on alleged prevalence of drug use in Bollywood.
Will enter politics only if ...: Ex- Bihar DGP
"People have been coming to me in large numbers from Begusarai, Sitamarhi, Shahpur and several other districts, telling me that if I wish to enter politics then I should contest election from their district. Buxar is my home district where I was born and brought up. It'll be a decision by them. If they want me to, then I may enter politics" Pandey told ANI.