Daily Newsletter

May 23,2019

Naveen Patnaik set to win fifth term in Odisha
BHUBANESWAR: The Naveen Patnaik-led Biju Janata Dal (BJD) is set to retain power for an unprecedented fifth consecutive term in Odisha as the regional party on Thursday completely decimated the opposition in the state Assembly.
Saradha scam: SC agrees to hear ex-Kolkata top cop's plea
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to hear former Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar's plea seeking extension of protection from arrest in the multi-crore Saradha chit fund scam.
Congress has to pay for Sidhu's Pakistan visit: Punjab CM
CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday said the Congress has to pay for his cabinet Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu's visit to Pakistan.
Lalu's daughter trailing in Patliputra seat
PATNA: After leading in over a dozen rounds of counting, Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad's elder daughter Misa Bharti is now trailing from the Patliputra Lok Sabha seat in Bihar.
Dipa will return to gymnastics when fully fit: Coach
KOLKATA:  With dark clouds hovering over Dipa Karmakar's participation at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, coach Bisweswar Nandi on Thursday said the gymnast was doing everything possible to return to action as soon as possible.
Spectrum auction, 5G trials top Telecom Ministry agenda for new government
NEW DELHI: Preparing the Cabinet note for spectrum auction, rolling out of the new digital communications policy and establishing regulatory sandboxes, 5G technology trials, policy on experimentation and trial spectrum for technologies in June, will top the agenda of the Union Telecom Ministry over the
India on way to re-elect government that launched GST
NEW DELHI:  Bucking trends overseas, where governments lost elections after launching the Goods and Services Tax (GST), India appears to have voted overwhelmingly for the ruling party, suggesting that the new indirect tax regime has been widely accepted as a major economic reform.
We accept public mandate with utmost humility: Gehlot
JAIPUR:  Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Thursday said that he accepts the public mandate with humility and thanked the people for maintaining peace in the state during the Lok Sabha elections as well as counting.
NaMo set to retain power, opposition stunned Chhina Congratulates Modi, BJP Top Brass, for Clean Sweep Capt Amarinder blames Navjot Sidhu for failed Mission 13 in Punjab, hints at action Jalandhar rural police arrest two drug peddlers with one quintal poppy husk, opium Punjab cop Gurjot Kaler scales Hurro Mountain of Machaadhar Range Congress leades on 8 seats, SAD-BJP 4, AAP one in Punjab Challenges of Teenage Driving and How to Tackle Them Know the Tactics for Home Loan Balance Transfer in India Khalsa Academy Players in National Team Genocide Remembrance March on 5, call for Amritsar bandh on June 6 : Dal Khalsa Breaking through with meaningful content via Bolo Indya - App for 100 Crore Indians Punjab all prepared for counting of votes: Dr.Karuna Raju Punjab CM to celebrate Aroosa Alam's birthday today in Hotel Hayat Chandigarh Cut electricity rates in Punjab like Kejriwal govt did in Delhi: Cheema to govt Mahati Music Academy students enthrall audience NCERT Direred LPU’s ‘Transforming Education Awards’ upon India’s best Schools & Teachers Manipur Police SC oust Gokulam Kerala from Hero IWL Moscow to host 2019 Hyndai Archery World Cup Final Punjab police takes pledge to eradicate all forms of terrorism, violence Sabitra nets 4 as Sethu FC outclass SSB Women FC Agra Observes Water Tragedy Day, no lessons learnt 26 years on Need to safeguard constitutional institutions in the country: Harpal Singh Cheema Centre moves Supreme Court on retrospective effect of Black Money law CEO thanks people of Punjab for ensuring peaceful poll