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Flood alert in three districts of Telangana

Vidisha: A view of Bamna river which is flowing above the danger mark due to heavy rains in Gyaraspur in Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh on Thursday. PTI Photo  (PTI7_8_2016_000109B)

Flood alert has been issued in the districts of Karimnagar, Warangal and Khammam districts of Telangana as the water level as Godavari River continues to rise. The water level of River Godavari continued to rise even today which has forced the authorities to issue the flood alert in three districts ... Read More »

India calls for isolating Pakistan in UNGA

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Strengthening its bid to isolate Pakistan at International level, India lashed out to its neighbor by openly accusing it of peddling terrorism; and calling out for the global isolation. Speaking at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj hit out at Pakistan for fostering terrorism and ... Read More »

PM to review Indus water sharing treaty

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be chairing a high level meeting to review the Indus water sharing treaty on Monday, the official sources have informed. In a major diplomatic attack India has decided to review the Indus water sharing treaty. Signed in 19 September 1960, Indus Waters Treaty draws an ... Read More »

The perpetrators of Uri attack will be punished: Modi

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Expressing his firm but more mature stance, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has on Monday declared that the perpetrators of Uri attack will be punished. He was speaking on his monthly program – Mann Ki Baat on All India Radio. Addressing the ongoing tensions between India and Pakistan since Uri terror attack ... Read More »

Heavy rain claims 17 lives in Telangana

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More than 17 people have so far have been reportedly killed due heavy rains that is lashing Telangana since past one week. Telangana has been reeling under the heavy rains for past week flooding the low lying areas of the state. So far the rain has claimed the lives of seventeen ... Read More »

IAF finally closes the Rafale deal

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The Indian Air Force (IAF) has finally closed the Rafale deal with France on Friday.  Rs 59,000-crore has been sighed by both the countries in India’s bid to purchase 36 fighter jets. Ending a seventeen year old wait, Indi has signed the Rs 59,000-crore deal with France to acquire 36 fighter jets ... Read More »

Karnataka to release Cauvery water only to Bengaluru

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Putting a firm foot down, Legislative Council of Karnataka passed the undisputed resolution on Friday to release Cauvery water to its only capital Bengaluru. The Legislative Council of Karnataka passed a unanimous resolution to release water only to Bengaluru and the villages surrounding it that would fall under Cauvery basin. ... Read More »

Navy, Mumbai on high alert security after spotting suspicious men.

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Indian Navy in Mumbai has been put on high alert after the suspicious activity was spotted by two school children. The students had reportedly informed the officials about seeing five persons carrying weapons on Thursday. After the school students informed the security officials that they saw persons carrying heavy weapns ... Read More »

India slams Pakistan at UNGA for fostering terrorism

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India slammed Pakistan at United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on Thursday for fostering war crimes against India. It also hit back at the Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for calling the Kashmiri militant Burhan Wani as ‘young leader’. Speaking at UNGA the First Secretary in the Permanent Mission of India to ... Read More »

Railway Budget merged with Union budget

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The Railway Budget from now on will be merged with the Union Budget. The decision was taken on Wednesday in a high level meeting attended by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Home Minster Rajnath Sigh. Bringing an end to 92 year old tradition, the Railway Budget will be presented along ... Read More »