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Chinese President Xi Jinping has applauded Indian Government for finally accepting President’s rule in the state of Arunachal Pradesh. Mr Jinping has thanked Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his cabinet for this friendly gesture and has promised to decrease Chinese incursions in Ladakh by 50% in return.
Nitish Kumar claims that a “case wapsi” campaign has been launched by Lalu Yadav to protest against the rising intolerance.
In a surprising development, Pranav Dhanawade, who recently scored unimaginable 1009 runs in an innings in Mumbai school cricket, has rejected BCCI offer to join the India team.
Arnab Goswami – the famed conductor of and primary noise generator on the daily Newshour debate, today declared that he was the winner of all past and future debates.
The first working day of the odd-even rule saw a contrast. While roads were free form traffic, public transport looked unable to cater to the deluge of office goers. The luckier ones could manage to reach their destination with the help of car-pooling, many were looking for some jugaad to tide the crisis.
Gurgaon based businessman Ashmit Jain wore a frustrated look on his face a week after Diwali. The reason for his frustration was the gifts he received on Diwali.
If the results of Bihar elections were not enough for the British media to target PM Narendra Modi, latest Salman Khan starrer Prem Ratan Dhan Payo has also been picked up by the media in UK to train their guns.
Habituated with constantly being in denial, Pakistan has once again asked for more proof to show that Shahrukh Khans soul was in Pakistan, after BJP leader Vijayvargiya commented on the superstar’s statement on religious intolerance.
An inquiry has been ordered into a road construction project that finished withing the specified time and budget.
Hardik Patel’s latest protest has not only fizzled out but also divided the Patel community with a section of the community questioning the timing of the protest.