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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today greeted former Karnataka Chief Minister and Janata Dal (Secular) leader H D Kumaraswamy on his 61st birthday.
President Ram Nath Kovind today lauded the valour of Indian soldiers martyred in the 1971 war and said the nation is eternally indebted to them.
The counting of the Kerala local body polls was underway with the Left Democratic Front leading in the local body elections, according to initial trends.
The White House has condemned the desecration of Mahatma Gandhi’s statue in Washington, DC, and has called the act ‘appalling’.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundations on Tuesday for what he said would be the world’s largest renewable energy park, set to produce a massive 30 gigawatts of electricity.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that homeopathy medical practitioners can prescribe medicines for prophylaxis, amelioration and mitigation of Covid-19 patients and the prescription has to be given only by institutionally qualified practitioners.
A girl from Tamilnadu entered the UNICO Book of World Records by cooking 46 dishes in 58 minutes in Chennai on Tuesday.
Police in southwestern Nigeria said Tuesday they had freed two Indian nationals who had been kidnapped in the region last week.
The Supreme Court will today hear a petition seeking removal of farmers protesting against the Centre’s farm laws, from Delhi borders.