Catholic schools

Catholic schools advised against imposing Christian traditions

Education News

The decision was made during a meeting to address the Church’s reaction to the prevailing socio-political circumstances in the country.


High Court rebukes Bengal over Sandeshkhali: “Even if 1% True, 100% Shameful”


The court also criticized the lawyer representing Sheikh Shahjahan, the main accused, who was apprehended on February 29 after evading authorities for almost two months.


AAP plans fast to protest Kejriwal’s arrest


Delhi Minister Gopal Rai urged individuals to participate in fasting and share their images on the forthcoming website as a means of expressing their protest.


Birthday pilgrimage turns fatal: Andhra woman and daughter killed in US accident


Relatives reported that Gitanjali’s 5-year-old daughter, Hanika, perished immediately at the scene, while Gitanjali, gravely wounded, was flown to a hospital where she was subsequently pronounced dead by medical personnel.


Powerful quake rocks Taiwan: 4 killed, 60 wounded in worst tremor in quarter century

World News

Videos and photos circulating on social media captured the moment buildings across Taiwan shook violently.


Indian scientists develop eco-friendly sand substitute for construction


The innovation addresses the increasing scarcity of sand, an essential ingredient in various building materials.


Adoption in India surges to highest levels since 2018-19, crossing 4,000 mark


Between April 2023 and March 2024, a total of 4,009 children were adopted, both domestically in India and internationally, representing the highest number of adoptions recorded since the onset of the pandemic.


India plans to establish first ‘tri-service’ base in Mumbai for enhanced coordination


The proposal is currently under discussion among senior military leaders, and a decision is anticipated shortly.

Arunachal Pradesh

China renames 30 locations in Arunachal Pradesh to assert territory claim: Report

Main News

The Chinese Ministry of Civil Affairs has announced the renaming of 30 locations in Arunachal Pradesh, with the names presented in Chinese characters, Tibetan script, and pinyin. This latest action follows similar renaming efforts in the years 2023, 2021, and 2017.

poor voters

Maharashtra candidate pledges whiskey and beer for poor voters


Vanita Raut, an Akhil Bhartiya Manavata Paksha candidate, vows to offer subsidized whiskey and beer to “poor voters” if elected in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, intending to open beer bars in villages

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