Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday expressed hope that digital transactions will soon surpass cash as Unified Payments Interface (UPI) is increasingly becoming the most preferred payment mechanism in the country.
3 dead, over 600 injured after new quake hits Turkey
Three people are now confirmed to have died after a 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck southern Turkey on Monday, weeks after a deadly quake devastated the region.
Medical emergency: Air India flight diverted to London
An Air India flight from New York to Delhi was diverted to London on Monday due to a medical emergency, according to an official.
Erode bypoll: EC deploys flying squads
With only five days left for the Erode East by-election, political parties are leaving no stone unturned to clinch a prestigious victory with both the AIADMK-led front and the DMK-led group fighting a tough battle on the ground.
Gangster network: NIA conducts searches in 8 States
In a major crackdown against gangster syndicate, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) launched searches at over 70 locations across several states on Tuesday.
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War & peace
In a display of strong American support for Ukraine just four days before the anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion, US President Joe Biden on Monday made a surprise visit to Kyiv, reported The Washington Post.
Sara shakes her leg
vivo, the innovative global smartphone brand released a full-length music video ‘Colour My Style’ starring Sara Ali Khan, on the launch of its all-new Y100 smartphone. vivo roped in singer Shalmali Kholgade to sing the fun and peppy track in the video
N.Korea fires two more missiles into its ‘firing range’ of the Pacific
North Korea launched two more ballistic missiles off its east coast on Monday, with the powerful sister of leader Kim Jong Un saying Pyongyang’s use of the Pacific as its “firing range” would depend on the behaviour of U.S. forces.
India’s sugar output could fall further as cane matures early
India is set to produce lesser sugar than previously estimated by industry bodies and government agencies, with the cane crop maturing early and losing weight due to weather conditions in key growing regions, farmers and traders told Reuters.