Nominations for Presidential elections to start on Wednesday
With the nomination course of for the presidential election set to start from Wednesday, the Rajya Sabha Secretariat arrange a particular cell for the ballot on Tuesday. Rajya Sabha Secretary General P.C. Mody has been appointed returning officer for the July 18 presidential election. He may also head this cell.
Two LeT militants killed in encounter in J&Okay
Two Lashkar-e-Taiba militants had been killed in an encounter with safety forces within the Shopian district of Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday, June 15, 2022, police stated. The encounter broke out between the militants and safety forces at Kanjiular in Shopian after the personnel launched a cordon and search operation within the space, they stated.
Prophet remarks | Former judges write to Supreme Court towards U.P. demolitions
Six former judges of the Supreme Court and varied High Courts and 6 senior advocates have appealed to the Supreme Court to take suo motu cognisance of the current acts of bulldozing residences of those that protested in Prayagraj towards the objectionable remarks made by sure BJP spokespersons.
Rahul Gandhi summoned for a 3rd time on June 15
Amid heavy police deployment and detentions to stop protests by Congress employees, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Tuesday questioned former Congress president Rahul Gandhi for the second day in a row in reference to a cash laundering case linked to the National Herald newspaper. The former Congress chief has been summoned for a 3rd time on Wednesday, stated ED sources.
U.P. Police might not act towards minors accused in Prayagraj
Police on Tuesday stated they might take a extra relaxed method towards minors accused of violence throughout a protest final Friday in Prayagraj towards feedback on the Prophet Muhammad made by a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson. No harmless individual will likely be arrested, Senior Superintendent of Police-Prayagraj, Ajay Kumar stated.
Ranchi Police launch posters of violence accused, removes them later
Days after violence had damaged out in Ranchi after Friday’s prayer assembly on June 10 which had claimed two lives and injured over 20 individuals, the police on Tuesday launched posters of these indulged in violence looking for details about them from public however later eliminated them.
China lifts two-year COVID-19 visa ban on Indians; to permit return of stranded professionals, households
China has introduced plans to offer visas to Indian professionals and their households stranded in India for over two years following the strict visa restrictions imposed by Beijing because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gyanvapi dispute: plaintiff strikes court docket for FIR towards masjid panel
One of the Hindu plaintiffs within the Gyanvapi Mosque-Kashi Vishwanath Temple dispute on Tuesday moved the district court docket in Varanasi looking for an FIR towards the Anjuman Intezamia Masjid Committee for allegedly attempting to erase symbols of Hinduism from contained in the premises.
Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee locations Beant Singh murderer Dilawar Singh’s portrait in Golden Temple Museum
The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee — the physique chargeable for the administration of Gurdwaras — on Tuesday positioned a portrait of the murderer of former Punjab Chief Minister Beant Singh within the central Sikh Museum, located inside Darbar Sahib (Golden Temple) advanced in Amritsar.
India should insist on return to established order on border in talks with China, says Shyam Saran
Former National Security Advisory Board Chairman says a number of rounds of talks show Chinese encroachment occurred in 2020, no matter govt. statements.
FIR towards TV journalist Navika Kumar for remarks made by Nupur Sharma in information debate
Senior TV journalist Navika Kumar has been named in a First Information Report (FIR) registered in Maharashtra’s Parbhani district towards now-suspended Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson Nupur Sharma, who had allegedly made objectionable remarks towards Prophet Mohammad throughout a information debate hosted by Ms. Kumar, police stated on Tuesday.
Unemployment has decreased, says newest labour drive survey
Data present price of joblessness fell to 4.2% in 2020-21, in contrast with 4.8% earlier.
Buddhist rally in Ladakh for constructing monastery referred to as off
A conflict between Muslims and Buddhists of the Ladakh Union Territory (UT) was averted on Monday after a march by a monk in direction of Kargil city to arrange a monastery was referred to as off on the intervention of the administration.
Boy trapped in 80-foot-deep borewell rescued after 104 hours in Chhattisgarh
Following a rescue operation that lasted for over 104 hours and concerned a minimum of 500 folks, Rahul Sahu, a 10-year-old disabled baby from Janjgir-Champa district who fell into an 80-foot-deep borewell on June 10, was rescued late on June 14.
U.Okay. cancels first flight to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda
A final-minute intervention by the European Court of Human Rights — which determined there was “an actual threat of irreversible hurt’’ to the asylum seekers concerned — pressured the cancellation.
Air Marshal Vibhas Pande takes over as chief of IAF Maintenance Command in Nagpur
Air Marshal Vibhas Pande on Tuesday assumed cost because the thirty seventh Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief of the IAF’s Maintenance Command headquartered in Nagpur. Air Marshal Pande succeeded Air Marshal Shashiker Choudhary, who superannuated on May 31 after 38 years of distinguished service within the Indian Air Force (IAF), a defence launch stated.
SIT probing Sidhu Moosewala homicide case making regular progress: ADGP Pramod Ban
The Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the homicide case of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala is making regular progress, Additional Director General of Punjab Police Pramod Ban stated on Tuesday.
UEFA Nations League | Ruthless Hungary hand dismal England a historic 4-0 house defeat
England suffered its worst house loss since 1928 with a 4-0 loss to Hungary within the Nations League on Tuesday.