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Punjab Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu targets Arvind Kejriwal over 2015 sacrilege issue
Sidhu, the former Punjab Congress chief, shared a video clip from last year in which Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal is heard saying that action can be taken against the accused in the sacrilege incidents within 24 hours. "So who is stopping you now....@ArvindKejriwal," Sidhu said in a tweet.
Chinese FM may seek revival of India border talks
His visit to Delhi has been kept under wraps evidently amid differences over the agenda and scheduling issues.
Situation not normal, work in progress: Jaishankar gets candid on China
Wang arrived in Delhi on Thursday evening in the highest-level visit between the two countries after the ties came under severe strain following the military standoff in eastern Ladakh that began nearly two years ago.
Bandits kill six people, rustle cattle in separate attacks in Sokoto
A resident, Basharu Altine, said four farmers were killed in Gatawa while they were working in rice farms in an irrigation site.
Biden Administration Files Third Lawsuit in Texas Over Voting
The Biden administration on Thursday filed a third lawsuit over voting rights in Texas, keeping America's biggest red state at the center of a fight over new and in many cases more restrictive election laws passed last year by Republicans.
Paragliders rescued from rapid tides in North Devon estuary
The paragliders were described as "three very lucky men" after the incident, as they had landed in an area previously described by the RNLI as one of the most treacherous in the UK
External Affairs Minister Jaishankar holds talks with Chinese counterpart Wang Yi
The border issue is understood to have figured prominently in the meeting
In talks with Chinese FM, Ajit Doval presses for complete disengagement in Ladakh
Ajit Doval told Wang Yi that the continuation of the present situation in eastern Ladakh is not in mutual interest and there was need to ensure that actions do not violate the spirit of equal and mutual security.
Raging fire in Saudi attack
A raging fire erupted Friday at an oil depot in Jiddah ahead of an F1 race in the Saudi city, according to videos, with Yemen's Houthis rebels acknowledging they had launched a series of attacks on the kingdom.
Will visit China after 'immediate issues' resolved: Doval to Wang
The NSA particularly highlighted the need for resolving outstanding issues as quickly as possible and talked about the need for maturity and sincerity in dealing with the issue.
Sexual assault in cells
RCMP say a civilian contractor working as a guard at a detachment in northern Manitoba has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman while she was in a cell.
INX Media case: HC asks P Chidambaram, son to respond to ED's plea against order to provide documents to them
The ED, through advocate Amit Mahajan, has challenged the trial court's January 25, 2020 order by which it was directed to provide a scanned copy of the list of all unrelied upon documents to prevent any further delay in the case. Chidambaram and Karti were represented through senior advocates N Hariharan, Siddharth Luthra and lawyer Arshdeep Singh.
Police book three students in vehicle antics incidents
Motorcycle rider was injured in the unpermitted event
Post talks in Delhi, Wang Yi sets out 3 points for India-China ties
China and India should put their differences on the border issue at a 'proper position' in bilateral relations and stick to the 'right direction' of bilateral ties, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Friday.
K-Rail alignment altered in Thrissur too
Police use force to disperse Youth Congress protesters
Fire rages at oil depot in Saudi city hosting F1 race
Yemen’s Houthi rebels have acknowledged attacking the kingdom in recent days.
Video: Massive fire in Saudi city ahead of F1 race near oil depot, Yemen rebels claim attacks
While Saudi Arabia and its state-run oil behemoth Saudi Aramco did not immediately acknowledge the blaze, it appeared to be centered on the same fuel depot that the Houthis had attacked in recent days.
Yemen rebels attack oil depot in Saudi city ahead of F1 grand prix
Saudi Arabia leads a coalition battling the Iran-backed Houthis, who seized Yemen’s capital of Sanaa in September 2014.
Glasgow shopkeeper put neighbours at 'serious risk' by storing fireworks in roof void
Amjad Javed, 60, received a visit from Trading Standards officers, who caught him storing the explosives without a licence and in an unsafe manner.
OU comes alive as alumni turns up in large numbers
Celebrated simultaneously in every department in the University
last updated on 26 Mar 01:17