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Several Detained, Weapons, Ammo Seized In Anti-Terror Raids At 51 Places In India

NEW DELHI: The NIA on Wednesday detained several people after a multi-state crackdown on the nexus between criminal syndicates in India and Khalistani separatists and terrorists based in countries like Pakistan and Canada, who use these networks for terror-related activities. The NIA raids - and the focus on links with Canada-based syndicates and criminals - come as Delhi is locked in a major diplomatic row with Ottawa....moreMore

On Camera, 12-Year-Old Girl, Raped And Bleeding, Seeks Help, Shooed Away

UJJAIN: A 12-year-old girl, semi-naked and bleeding after rape, went door to door asking for help. People stared at her but refused to help. One man was seen shooing her away as she approached him for help. The visuals, which no longer shock a society where violence against women and minors has become chillingly common, were captured by a CCTV camera at Badnagar road, about 15 km from Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh....moreMore

Jaishankar Pitches For India On UN Security Council Table

UNITED NATIONS: Making a strong pitch for India's inclusion as a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has said that the days when a few nations set the agenda and expected others to fall in line are over. Speaking at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, Jaishankar pointed to India's amplification of the voices of the Global South during its G20 presidency and the inclusion of the African Union in the prestigious grouping and said, "This significant step in reform should inspire the United Nations, a much older organisation, to also make the security council contemporary"....moreMore

North Indian Team ‘Golfism’ Lifts Trinity Golf Champions League

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NEW DELHI: The team "Golfism”, representing North India, lifted the coveted Trinity Golf Champions League held recently at the Delhi Golf Club. Golfism accumulated 74 points in the four rounds spread over three days. Dakshin Rangers, representing the South, were the runners up with a total tally of 61.5 points. It may be mentioned that the Trinity Golf Champions League featured four regional teams, each comprising 20 amateur golfers, one celebrity golfer, and two male and two female professional golfers....moreMore

J&K Tourism, PGTI To Hold J&K Open at Jammu from October 4

NEW DELHI: The Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) along with J&K Tourism has announced another edition of the four-day J&K Open presented by J&K Tourism which will be held at the pristine Jammu Tawi Golf Course in Jammu, from October 4. The total prize purse for the event has been enhanced to Rs. 50 lakh this year. The Pro-Am event will be held on October 8. The top Indian professionals participating in the event include Udayan Mane, Rashid Khan, defending champion Yuvraj Singh Sandhu and former champion Honey Baisoya, to name a few....moreMore

Scientists Discover 8th 'Continent' That Had Been Missing For 375 Years

LONDON: After almost 375 years, geoscientists have discovered a continent that had been hiding in plain sight. The small team of geologists and seismologists has created a newly refined map of Zealandia or Te Riu-a-Maui, reported Phys.org. The researchers found it by using the data obtained from dredged rock samples recovered from the ocean floor. The details of the research have been published in the journal Tectonics. According to a BBC report, Zealandia is a vast continent of 1.89 million sq miles (4.9 million sq km) it is around six times the size of Madagascar. The team of scientists informed that there are in fact 8 continents- and the latest addition breaks all records, as the smallest, thinnest, and youngest in the world....moreMore

Disease X Could Bring Next Pandemic, Kill 50 Million People, Says Expert

LONDON: A UK health expert has said that Disease X, the name given by World Health Organisation (WHO), can cause another pandemic deadlier than Covid-19. In an interview to Daily Mail, Kate Bingham, who served as the chair of the UK's Vaccine Taskforce from May to December 2020, said the new virus could have a similar impact to the devastating Spanish Flu of 1919-1920. According to WHO, Disease X could be a new agent - a virus, a bacterium or fungus - without any known treatments....moreMore

Taiwan, India to seal pact on migration to overcome Taipei’s shortage of workers

NEW DELHI: India and Taiwan are looking to sign an agreement on migration and mobility as early as next month to help the island overcome a shortage of workers in areas such as manufacturing, construction projects and agriculture, people familiar with the matter said. The draft memorandum of understanding on migration and mobility was finalised after negotiations between the two sides after Taiwan expressed an interest in hiring Indian workers in several sectors, the people said on condition of anonymity. Firms from Taiwan are interested in hiring people from India’s northeastern states, they said....moreMore

AIADMK Officially Ends Alliance With BJP, Exits NDA

CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu's AIADMK has snapped ties with the Bharatiya Janata Party and the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance - just months before the national election - amid a row over comments by the latter party's state boss, K Annamalai. The AIADMK had accused the BJP leader of deliberately defaming its present and past leaders. The break-up was announced by AIADMK Deputy General Secretary KP Munusamy after a resolution was passed unanimously at a meeting of MPs, MLAs and district heads in Chennai. "AIADMK is breaking all ties with BJP and NDA from today. State leadership of BJP has been making unnecessary remarks about our former leaders for the past year."...moreMore

Manipur Bans Mobile Internet Again Amid Protests Over Dead Students' Photos

IMPHAL: Manipur has re-imposed a ban on mobile devices accessing the internet amid violent protests over the brutal murder of two minors, news of which broke after photographs of the bodies went viral on social media. The ban will be in effect till Sunday and comes just days after the state government lifted similar orders - that had been in place for five months - after ethnic violence between the Meitei and Kuki tribes in the north-eastern state killed over 175 people and left hundreds injured....moreMore

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'Should Shock Conscience': Supreme Court On Muslim Boy Slapped At UP School

NEW DELHI, Sept 25: Stating that if the allegations are true, it should shock the state's conscience, the Supreme Court today ordered that a senior IPS officer be appointed to monitor the investigation in the case where a seven-year-old was slapped repeatedly by his classmates on the instruction of their teacher in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar. Calling it "serious and worrying", the court said it's a matter of right to life. A video of the incident had gone viral earlier this year, causing massive outrage. As the student stood crying, his classmates took turns to slap him, showed the video. The teacher was also heard in the video asking the students to hit him hard. The court directed the UP government to conduct counselling of the victim, and other students involved in the incident, by professional counsellors....moreMore

New Jersey Akshardham, second largest existing Hindu temple on the globe, to be inaugurated on Oct 8

NEW YORK: BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha has said the Swaminarayan Akshardham at Robbinsville Township in New Jersey will be formally inaugurated under the guidance of its spiritual head Mahant Swami Maharaj on October 8 and will be opened for visitors from October 18. The world’s second largest temple constructed outside India measures 255 ft x 345 ft x 191 ft and spans over 183 acres. It has been designed according to ancient Hindu scriptures and includes design elements from ancient Indian culture including 10,000 statues and statuettes, carvings of Indian musical instruments and dance forms....moreMore

100 Killed, Over 150 Injured In Fire During Wedding In Iraq: State Media

BAGHDAD: At least 100 people were killed and more than 150 injured when a fire broke out during a wedding at an event hall in the northern Iraqi town of Hamdaniyah, state media and health officials said early Wednesday. Health authorities in Nineveh province "have counted 100 dead and more than 150 injured in the fire at a marriage hall in Hamdaniyah", the official Iraqi press agency INA reported, citing a "preliminary tally" confirmed by a spokesperson for the country's health ministry....moreMore

Interpol Issues Red Corner Notice Against Wanted Khalistani Terrorist Karanvir Singh

NEW DELHI: The International Criminal Police Organization, commonly known as Interpol, on Monday issued a Red Corner Notice against Karanvir Singh, a member of the banned terrorist group Babbar Khalsa International. Interpol updated its website by putting out a Red Corner Notice for the Khalistani terrorist. Singh is believed to be hiding in Pakistan and was a member of the pro-Khalistan terrorist group Babbar Khalsa International, intelligence sources said....moreMore




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Mario Bellini, a multifaceted and innovative Milanese designer, has been awarded a Special Lifetime Award during the Salone del Mobile.Milano. The life time award to Mario Bellini is celebration for one of Italy’s most versatile and iconic architects and designers.


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Just continue to help, sustain, wipe tears, listen attentively and carefully repair all the 'leaks' you find

A man was asked to paint a boat. He brought with him paint and brushes and began to paint the boat a bright red, as the owner asked him. While painting, he noticed that there was a small hole in the hull, and quietly repaired it.When finished painting, he received his money and left.

Walking 4,000 Steps A Day May Reduce Risk Of Early Death: Study

Of late, walking 10,000 steps per day has become a common fitness goal, but a new study shows 4,000 may be enough to stay fit and healthy.
The research, released in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, found that walking 2337 steps a day cut the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease in half and that walking at least 3967 steps a day started to lower the risk of dying from any cause.

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