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Drunk driving will not be tolerated: Tra

New Delhi, May 28, (ANI): Last year, a campaign was initiated against drunken driving. Especially, when there is an atmosphere of festivals like New Year, Holi, Diwali, people go to restaurants and pubs and they drink alcohol. While they know that after this, they have to drive. Police launched a strong campaign against such people. Strict action will be taken against the drunken driving.

28-May-2018
Sufiyon Ki Vaadi (Weekly-Program) - May

Sufiyon Ki Vaadi is a weekly Cable Program which is telecast in the Kashmir Valley and which reminds the people of the Sufi culture and tradition of the Valley. This show is viewer interactive and projects the Sufi tradition of the Valley and impact of Sufism on the culture and tradition of the people. The Sufi culture rejects any form of militancy and radicalisation. The program engages Youth in supporting Sufism and Kashmiriyat. The show also contains interviews with theologists of repute to highlight the Sufi tradition as Kashmir’s way of life and how following Sufism teachings is better. The program also brings into focus the impact of Sufism on the life of Kashmiris, in Literature, crafts and culture. Overall Sufism is the life line of Jammu and Kashmir and the people are more committed to it than ever before. (Jammu and Kashmir)

28-May-2018
Badalta Manzar (Weekly-Program) - May 28

Badalta Manzar is a weekly developmental news magazine which projects the rapid economic development and growth taking place in Jammu and Kashmir. This is the only program on local cable which brings reports from the far flung corners of the State  informing audiences about the ground level economic and social work taking place in Jammu and Kashmir. Badalta Manzar also highlights the tremendous strides being made by Kashmir’s Youth in terms of getting involved with the development work. This show sharply brings into focus how economic growth and development is working towards bringing Kashmir’s Youth into the National mainstream. The message of this show is that the dark period of Youth radicalisation is over and a new dawn of economic growth, employment and prosperity for all has dawned on Kashmir. (Jammu and Kashmir News)

28-May-2018
Delhi will record lowest temperature of

New Delhi, May 28 (ANI): The Meteorological Department scientist Kuldeep Srivastava on Monday said that the rising mercury level, which was recorded 45 degree Celsius yesterday will lower down to 43 degree Celsius in Delhi-NCR. He asserted that the humidity in the air, discomfort level will remain increased for next few days. Lowest temperature of the week will be around 40 degree Celsius on May 30. “We expect it to lower down to 43° Celsius today in Delhi NCR. However, due to humidity in the air, discomfort level will remain increased. Lowest temperature of the week will be around 40 centigrade on May 30,” Srivastava said.

28-May-2018
Voting temporarily suspended in Kairana

Kairana (Uttar Pradesh), May 28 (ANI): Polling has been temporarily suspended in Uttar Pradesh’s Saharanpur due to technical glitches in EVMs. Several faulty EVMs have been reported in different parts of the country. Bypolls is conducted in 14 Lok Sabha and assembly constituencies across 10 states of India. Police official said that the glitches are being taken care of and as soon as it’s done, voting will start again.
 

28-May-2018
AIKSCC meets President Kovind to seek pe

New Delhi, May 28 (ANI): All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee (AIKSCC) met President Ram Nath Kovind to discuss farmers' issue in Parliament. Swabhimani Paksha's MP from Maharashtra Raju Shetti shared few details with media and said, "We had told the President about the issue. We told him that farmers had to sell their grains lesser price. They are not even getting the amount they have invested. Necessary steps should be taken for them and we have requested him to ask government to have a session dedicated to farmers issue in the Parliament".

28-May-2018
Malian migrant 'hero' meets French Presi

Mamoudou Gassama, a Malian migrant, received a certificate of bravery and dedication and a medal from the French President Macron after he saved a child hanging from a ledge. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

28-May-2018
UK mosque accepting cryptocurrency for c

A mosque in London is hoping to double the amount of charity donations made during Ramadan month by becoming the first in Britain to accept bitcoin payments.

28-May-2018
Army Kills Five Pakistani Terrorists In

Five Pakistani terrorists were killed in Tangdar sector of Kupwara district of North Kashmir who were armed with modern weaponry and equipment on Sunday.

28-May-2018
I am at mercy of Congress: Kumaraswamy

New Delhi, May 28 (ANI): Ever since Janata Dal (Secular)-Congress alliance came to power in Karnataka after a chaotic fight for rule, cracks have started to show between the two parties. HD Kumaraswamy is on a visit to the national capital for the first time since he took oath as Chief Minister of Karnataka to discuss issues over portfolio allocation with Congress. Upon reaching Karnataka Bhavan in New Delhi, Kumaraswamy told mediapersons, "I am at the mercy of Congress. I have to take their permission before taking any steps." A meeting with the Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also one of his top priorities during the visit.

28-May-2018
Man breaks his Roza to donate blood to n

Darbhanga (Bihar), May 28 (ANI): Mohammad Ashfaq broke his Roza (fast observed during Ramadan) to donate blood to a newborn child of SSB jawan Ramesh Singh. He said that saving a life is more important and after knowing that the child belonged to security personnel, this motivated him more to do it. The child was born two days ago and was admitted in ICU and he required O Negative blood group. The family posted the requirement of blood on social media after which Mohammad Ashfaq went to the hospital to donate his blood. 

28-May-2018
Kairana poll: RLD blames BJP for placing

Kairana (Uttar Pradesh), May 28 (ANI): Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) candidate for the Kairana Lok Sabha by-poll, Tabassum Hasan on Monday complained about Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) meddling with the EVM machines in her constituency. Kairana constituency’s elections are underway. Hasan on a visit to a polling booth said, "'Machines are being tampered everywhere, faulty machines have not been replaced in Muslim and Dalit dominated areas. They (BJP) think they can win polls like this. That won't happen."

28-May-2018
Samajwadi Party accuses BJP for placing

Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh), May 28 (ANI): While addressing a press conference, Samajwadi Party leader Rajendra Chaudhary accused Bharatiya Janata Party for faulty EVMs placed at polling booths in Uttar Pradesh. He said, “There are reports that in Noorpur 140 EVMs are faulty because they've been tampere. There are similar reports from Kairana. They (BJP) want to avenge defeat in Phulpur and Gorakhpur at any cost therefore they have placed faulty EVMs”. 

28-May-2018
Watch: Dharmendra Pradhan, Ravi Shankar

Bhubaneswar (Odisha), May 28 (ANI): Union Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan and Union Law and Justice Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad inaugurated National Data Centre in Odisha’s Bhubaneswar on Monday.

28-May-2018
Our main focus is Traffic facilitation a

New Delhi May 26 (ANI): Deependra Pathak, Spl. Commissioner (Traffic), Delhi Police said that their main focus is Traffic facilitation and Traffic Management, but this year they also did more than 23 lakh challans.
“In year 2017 we did more than 62 lakh prosecution from which we have realized around Rs 100 crore as revenue. But revenue Generation is not our motive”, Deependra Pathak said. 

28-May-2018
Rare footage of mob vandalising collecto

Thoothukudi (TN), May 28 (ANI): Furious people vandalised collector’s office and damaged public property on May 22 during the massive protest over the pollution that industries in Thoothukudi were spewing. The CCTV footage clearly shows furious people damaging public property and pelting stones at police officials. Over 12 people were killed and several injured in a police firing during the protest. After six days of violence, the internet facility in the region has been restored today and police is trying to build confidence among the people.

28-May-2018
Police Nabs Hooch Makers In Aligarh

UP Police have sealed a factory of Hooch in a house in the Sikandarpur Village of Aligarh on Friday.

28-May-2018
Nipah Virus Alert In UP

10 people have lost their lives in Kerala due to the attack of Nipah Virus recently while 15 others are being treated. An advisory has been issued by the government to secure people from the dangerous virus. The virus spread has generated a fear amongst other states too.

28-May-2018
Kazi Narul University Confers Honorary D

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina conferred the honorary Doctorate of Literature degree by the Kazi Nazrul University on Saturday.

28-May-2018
Gulam Nabi Azad Accuses BJP Of Creating

In a recent media interaction at the  Congress headquarters, Ghulam Nabi Azad said that there is an atmosphere of fear and hatred in the country under NDA rule. He defined the Modi government in four terms- Treachery, Trickery, Revenge and Lies.

28-May-2018
Three Army personnel injured in IED blas

Shopian (Jammu and Kashmir), May 28 (ANI): At least three Army personnel were injured in an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) blast in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian district on Monday. The blast occurred between Sugan and Chillipora area of Shopian district. The cordon and search operation have been launched in the area. More details are awaited.

28-May-2018
PM Modi interacts with PMUY beneficiarie

New Delhi, May 28 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday interacted with the beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY) through NaMo App. Launched by Prime Minister Modi on May 1, 2016 in Uttar Pradesh's Ballia, Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana aims to safeguard the health of women and children by providing them with a clean cooking fuel - LPG. Ensuring women's empowerment, especially in rural India, the connections are issued in the name of women of the households. Rs. 8000 crore has been allocated towards the implementation of the scheme.

28-May-2018
People donated their hair to cancer pati

People donated their hair to cancer patients, the act epitomized goodness

28-May-2018
TN Deputy CM arrives at hospital to meet

Thoothukudi (Tamil Nadu), May 28 (ANI): Tamil Nadu Deputy CM O Panneerselvam on Monday arrived at a government hospital in Thoothukudi, to meet the people injured in Anti-Sterlite protest. The people of Thoothukudi were protesting against Sterlite industries for months. The protesters were demanding a ban on the Sterlite Industries alleging that it was polluting groundwater and was hazardous for the environment. The protest took a violent turn on May 22, when police opened fire on the protesters, which killed 13 people and left at least 102 injured.

28-May-2018
CM Adityanath lays foundation stone of g

Haridwar (Uttarakhand), May 28 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who is on a visit to Uttarakhand's Haridwar laid the foundation stone of a government guest house on Monday. The 100-room guest house is located on the bank of the river Ganga adjoining the Alaknanda Hotel. This is expected to be completed in two-year, at the cost of Rs 40 crore. Earlier in the day, he also attended the Ganga Aarti here.

28-May-2018
Watch: Massive fire breaks out in plasti

Jodhpur (Rajasthan), May 28 (ANI): Massive fire broke out in a plastic godown in Rajasthan’s Jodhpur on Monday. The incident took place around 6 am in the morning due to short circuit. No causalities have been reported yet. 20 fire tenders were rushed at the spot.

28-May-2018
Policeman shot by criminal in UP’s Cha

Chandauli (Uttar Pradesh), May 28 (ANI): A criminal shot at a policeman after he along with his two accomplices were intercepted by police during night patrolling in Uttar Pradesh’s Chandauli on late Sunday night. Man shot the policeman, when asked for the document of the vehicle. Policeman is presently undergoing treatment. Two out of the three criminals were caught by police later, with the help of locals also helped in nabbing them.

28-May-2018
Kilauea volcanic lava may cross geotherm

Hawaii (United States), May 28 (ANI): Hawaii's Kilauea volcano spewed lava that flowed on to the Big Island and is crossing into a geothermal property posing greater disaster. As reported by the Fox News, lava crossed onto the Puna Geothermal Venture and continued advancing east on the property. The residents are concerned about the possibility of poisonous gases being emitted from the volcano. Further, the molten lava and heat could rupture the wells at the plant. The geothermal plant has been already shut down and 60,000 gallons of flammable liquid at the start of the volcanic activity has been removed. The wells have also been deactivated. The volcano erupted three weeks ago, due to which 82 structures, including dozens of homes have been destroyed as 2,000 people have abandoned their houses.

28-May-2018
Sindhis in UK observe day-long hunger st

London (UK), May 28 (ANI): Members of the Sindhi community observed a day-long hunger strike in front of Pakistan embassy in London on Sunday. The sit-in was organised by World Sindhi Congress to condemn state-led atrocities against political activists and intellectuals of Sindh. They shouted anti-Pakistan and anti-Army slogans alleging their direct involvement in the abduction of Sindhi activists. There have been over 1,200 known cases of enforced disappearance in Sindh, Pakistan since 2010. The past year has seen a surge in cases with 160 people disappeared since February 2017. Action must be taken to end these egregious human rights violations. There is a long history of using enforced disappearance as a tactic to silence critics and instill fear in the victims’ families and communities in Pakistan. Security forces in Sindh, Pakistan have been known to abduct victims in broad daylight, sometimes dressed in plainclothes and other times in official vehicles and uniforms. They are able to act with impunity because the government of Pakistan refuses to take meaningful action on allegations of enforced disappearance and has not once brought a perpetrator to justice. The disappeared are often human rights and political activists or journalists who have spoken out against the government’s policies and actions against Sindhi people, including environmental degradation, the maladaptation of ancestral lands, displacement and the loss of livelihoods, and large-scale development projects without the consultation or consent of the local communities. Security forces abduct the activists and journalists and hold them incommunicado from anywhere for days to years..

28-May-2018
Watch: CM Yogi performs Ganga aarti in H

Haridwar, May 28 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat performed special Ganga aarti in Haridwar on Monday. The ministers were accompanied by the others senior dignitaries. CM Adityanath, who is on a visit to Uttarakhand's Haridwar will lay the foundation stone of a government guest house here. The 100-room guest house is located on the bank of the Ganga adjoining the Alaknanda Hotel.

28-May-2018
Bypoll in UP's Kairana begins

Shamli (UP), May 28 (ANI):  Bypoll in Uttar Pradesh’s Kairana has begun at 7a.m. on Monday. The polling will continue till 5 p.m. in the evening. Bypolls will be held in 14 Lok Sabha and assembly constituencies across 10 states of India. It is to be mentioned that the number of constituencies undergoing bypolls is one of the largest such exercises in recent times. Polling has also begun in Uttar Pradesh’s Noorpur, Gomia and Silli constituencies of Jharkhand, Chengannur in Kerala, Maheshtala in West Bengal, Jokihat in Bihar, Ampati in Meghalaya, and Nagaland parliamentary constituency.

28-May-2018
Netherlands Queen Maxima arrives in Indi

New Delhi, May 29 (ANI): Queen consort of the Netherlands, Queen Máxima arrived in New Delhi on Monday. She is on her four-day long visit to India. Queen will hold talks with representatives of NITI Aayog and she is also expected to meet Prime Minister Modi and interim Finance Minister Piyush Goyal. She will visit Mumbai followed by New Delhi.

28-May-2018
30 people donate portion of their hair a

Dimapur (Nagaland), May 29 (ANI): 30 people donated their hair at a special hair donation at special donation campaign for cancer patients in Dimapur on Sunday. 'Hair for Hope India' is a unique campaign in North Eastern region to help cancer patients. The collected hair will be converted into wigs and donated to economically challenged chemotherapy patients. It will be sent for processing in Bengaluru.

28-May-2018
People who are defeated and tired cannot

Patna (Bihar), May 29 (ANI): Union Law and Justice Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad while addressing the gathering in Patna said defeated and tired people in the democracy cannot stop the caravan of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. "Those who are defeated cannot run the country by filing PIL (Public interest litigation) in the court. I want to say this honestly", said RS Prasad. "People who are defeated and tired cannot stop the caravan of Narendra Modi", Union Minister added. 

28-May-2018
Iran Foreign Affairs Minister Mohammad J

New Delhi, May 29 (ANI): Foreign Affairs Minister of Iran Mohammad Javad Zarif arrived in New Delhi on Monday. He is on his one-day visit to India. He is will hold extensive talks with India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. Iran Foreign Affairs Minister is expected to seek India's support for Iran's nuclear deal with world powers.

28-May-2018
India's oldest woman to have scaled Mt E

Kathmandu (Nepal), May 29 (ANI): 53 year old Sangeeta Bahl, who is the oldest Indian woman to have scaled Mt Everest, along with her husband Ankur Bahl, met Indian Ambassador to Nepal Manjeev Singh Puri in Kathmandu on Sunday.  Her husband Ankur Bahl has also scaled the highest peak in the world in 2016. Sangeeta Bahl, a resident of Jammu, started her expedition on March 28 and she scaled the peak on May 19. Sangeeta Bahl has already conquered highest mountain in Africa, Mt Kilimanjaro. 

28-May-2018
UP CM Yogi Adityanath meets Uttarakhand

Haridwar (Uttarakhand), May 29 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath met Uttarakhand Tourism, Irrigation and Culture Minister Satpal Maharaj in Haridwar on Sunday. CNM Yogi Adityanath said that Bhoomi Pujan of UP Bhawan will take place on Monday in which Uttarakhand CM Trivendra Singh Rawat and other Minister will participate. They will sit together and discuss and find solution of all issues at hand. 

28-May-2018
Last rites of Army jawan who was missing

Aurangabad (Maharashtra), May 29
(ANI): Last rites of Army jawan NG Chopde, who was missing from MP's Jabalpur station on May 17, was performed in his hometown in Aurangabad on Sunday. A relative said that they were not informed about his death for 10 days. He was found dead later on May 20.  jawan's wife alleged that her complaint was not taken seriously.

28-May-2018
Watch: Mentally challenged man thrashed

Hyderabad, May 29 (ANI): A mentally challenged man was thrashed by a mob on suspicion of being child kidnapper in Hyderabad. The police reached the spot and rescued the man. The police urged people to not to believe on rumours and should not take justice on their hands. 

28-May-2018
Union MoS Rao Inderjit Singh slams Harya

Gurugram (Haryana), May 29 (ANI): Minister of State (MoS) of Chemicals and Fertilizers, Rao Inderjit Singh slammed Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar while addressing an event in Gurugram for his delay on arrival at the event. "I don't have much expectation from your Government. Hero Honda bypass was to be inaugurated, center's money was spent on it &you didn't even inform me about delay in your arrival", said MoS Rao Inderjit Singh. Chief Minister ML Khattar was present at the event.

28-May-2018
I asked people for clear mandate, now I'

Bengaluru (Karnataka, May 29 (ANI): Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy said on Sunday that I had formed coalition government with Congress because people had not given me clear mandate. He said, "some people say that I had said that I wouldn't take anyone's support to form government. Who are they to tell me? There are some compulsions in politics."He further said, "some people were alleging me that I said that I will never form government with any of the parties support. It is  true that in the past whatever we said that will not be applicable in the present political scenario and I formed the government in coalition with congress because people of Karnataka did not give me clear mandate that is why I'm in the debt to the Congress and not to the people of the state."

28-May-2018
After Ireland voted to change 'abortion

Belagavi (Karnataka), May 27 (ANI): After thousands of people voted to change Ireland's law banning abortion, father of Savita Halappanavar, who died after she was denied abortion in Ireland in 2012, said that he hopes that 'Yes Abortion' campaign will win. He said, "Because of the 8th Amendment, which bans abortion in Ireland my daughter died as her operation could not have happened. We demanded that the Amendment should be repealed. We lost our daughter, but don't want any other family to go through this. We have faith that 'Yes Abortion' will win."

28-May-2018
Our schemes will benefit poor and depriv

Badaun (UP), May 27 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday reviewed the government schemes and said that discussions on various schemes took place which will benefit the poor and deprived people. He said, "We had discussions on review over schemes relate to Badaun and how we have to take them forward so that people can gain its benefits. Also on issues like law and order, the profitable schemes of Centre and state under Gram Swaraj Abhiyan we had discussions. I have come here so that we can assure that benefits of all schemes have reached to the needy people."

28-May-2018
Congress is upset to see 'Vikas' in Chha

Saraipali (Chhattisgarh), May 27 (ANI): Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh on Sunday lashed out on Congress and that Congress is upset to see 'Vikas' in Chhattisgarh and also challenged Congress president Rahul Gandhi to develop his constituency Amethi like the developed areas in Chhattisgarh. He said, "Congress is upset because of the Vikas that they are seeing here. They are finding Vikas everywhere now. They have also send Rahul Gandhi to Chhattisgarh to search for Vikas. If he wants to develop Amethi then he should come and visit every area of the state. I challenge him to develop Amethi like we have made developments here."   

28-May-2018
Markets weigh political risk in Italy

Italian government bond yields have come under pressure again on reports that a eurosceptic economist may be chosen as the new economy and finance minister in Italy. Kate King reports.

24-May-2018
Kohl's crushes estimates

Kohl's quarterly profit, revenue and same-store sales rose and crushed Wall Street's estimates. Separately, JCPenney's CEO will step down to head Lowe's. Fred Katayama reports.

24-May-2018
EMI deal makes Sony world's biggest musi

Sony Corp has said it would pay about $2.3 billion to gain control of EMI, becoming the world's biggest music publisher in an industry that has found new life in streaming services. Matthew Larotonda reports

24-May-2018
China, U.S. near deal on ZTE, Beijing cu

Washington neared a deal to lift its ban on U.S. firms supplying Chinese telecoms gear maker ZTE Corp, sources said on Tuesday, and Beijing announced tariff cuts on car imports, further easing trade tensions between the world's two largest economies. Kate King reports

24-May-2018
Harry Potter publisher Bloomsbury's reve

Harry Potter publisher Bloomsbury has reported its highest annual revenue since 2007, when last of the seven-part original series written by J. K. Rowling was published, sending the company's shares to a 10-year high.  As Sonia Legg reports, nearly 21 years after its debut, the Harry Potter series continued to drive sales for Bloomsbury, with special editions of the boy wizard's adventures boosting demand.

24-May-2018
Airbus moves to comply with WTO subsidie

European planemaker Airbus has said the company - along with France, Germany, Spain and the UK - had made some changes regarding loans for the A380 and A350XWB planes to comply with the World Trade Organisation.  As David Pollard reports, the move comes after the U.S. won the right to seek sanctions against European Union goods following a partial victory in its 14-year legal battle against European government support for Airbus at  the WTO.

24-May-2018
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