Govt Declares Entire Nagaland ‘Disturbed Area’ For 6 More Months Till December

The decision to maintain the status quo in Nagaland regarding coverage of AFSPA, a law slammed by many civil society groups as “draconian”, came amidst reports of deteriorating law... Read more »

Govt Directs Internet Companies to Immediately Block 59 Chinese Apps Banned in India

The order has been issued in two sets — the first set contains list of 35 apps and the other 24 apps based out of China, the sources said.... Read more »

India world-class team but have to be at their best to beat Australia on home soil: Michael Hussey

Former Australian cricketer Michael Hussey on Tuesday opined that the return of Steve Smith and David Warner to the Australian side will make life difficult for the visiting Indian... Read more »

EU’s air safety agency suspends Pakistan airliners PIA and Vision International from flying to Europe for six months over safety concerns

The European Union Air Safety Agency (EASA) has suspended two Pakistani airliners from flying to the bloc for six months, reports said. Reuters said that the EASA took the decision... Read more »

IAF Team Fits Indigenous Airborne Locust Control System on Mi-17 Helicopters

Using all indigenous components, the atomised airborne spraying of pesticide has been successfully achieved in air through a configuration of nozzles mounted both sides on external trusses of a... Read more »

Coronavirus Unlock 2′: Gujarat Extends Hours of Operations For Shops And Restaurants

All religious places, hotels and restaurants, shopping malls, and street vendors will be allowed to operate as per the standard operating procedure (SOP) issued earlier, the guidelines stated. Read... Read more »

When Anupam Kher broke barricade to hug Michael Jackson

Actor Anupam Kher has shared a memory of how he “broke the barricade, jumped on the stage” to meet late king of pop Michael Jackson in a throwback post... Read more »

Sri Lanka police questions former chief selector Aravinda de Silva over 2011 World Cup final fixing allegation

The Sri Lankan police on Tuesday said it has questioned former national selection committee chairman Aravinda de Silva over ex-Sports Minister Mahindananda Aluthgamage’s allegation that the national cricket team’s... Read more »

J&K Lt Governor Girish Murmu Allays Apprehensions Over New Domicile Law

Incidents of violence have gone down in Jammu and Kashmir after the imposition of President’s rule, Murmu said. Read the Rest at News18 Read more »

Fair & Lovely says lovely people are the fairer people, hints at colourism: Daren Sammy

In the wake of the killing of African-American George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25, former West Indies captain Daren Sammy has been quite vocal about issues related to... Read more »