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  • 23 Feb 2018
    Chemical fire at Hyderabad factory

    A massive fire has broke out in a chemical factory in Hydera...

    Chemical fire at Hyderabad factory 23 Feb 2018

    A massive fire has broke out in a chemical factory in Hyderabad‘s Jeedimetla industrial area, early in tehlast hour.

    as of now five workers who were stuck inside awaiting rescue.

    other workers have received burn injuries and have been shifted to a private hospital for treatment.

    At least ten fire tenders are working to douse the chemical flames.

  • 23 Feb 2018
    Haryanna Farmers take to the streets in protest

    Farmers are protesting right now in Haryana Indina over a co...

    Haryanna Farmers take to the streets in protest 23 Feb 2018

    Farmers are protesting right now in Haryana Indina over a complete loan waiver, which was promised by the state government during elections.

    Police have been dispatched to break up some skirmishes along the demonstration route in Gharaunda.

    The farmers rally is expected to b address by roule gandie the opition leader in India in a few moments.

  • 23 Feb 2018
    Bollywood Star to terminate contract

    More scandle for Nirav Modi Indias global diamond jewelry ma...

    Bollywood Star to terminate contract 23 Feb 2018

    More scandle for Nirav Modi Indias global diamond jewelry magnet

    Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, who featured in one of the his ad campaines  is seeking legal advise to terminate her contract with his brand today.

    On Wednesday, we broak the news that state-owned Punjab National Bank detected a Rs11,400 crore fraud where Nirav Modi acquired fraudulent letters of undertaking from a branch in Mumbai to secure overseas credit from other Indian lenders.

    Multiple searches of the billionaires home have been broadcast ion Indian TV.

  • 21 Feb 2018
    The Sharif Family begin early election campaigne in...

    In the early sounding for the next Pakistani general electio...

    The Sharif Family begin early election campaigne in Pakistan 21 Feb 2018

    In the early sounding for the next Pakistani general election PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif and his daughter, Maryam Nawaz, began their tour of the country to address the masses.

    The former premier’s daughter took to the stage before Nawaz, asked the crowds in Sheikhupura whether his supporters agreed with the Supreme Court’s decision to disqualify him as prime minister.

    A theme he has echoed across the campaign trail.

  • 21 Feb 2018
    More accusations between the South Asian Armies

    Pakistan’s army today accused neighboring Indian soldiers ...

    More accusations between the South Asian Armies 21 Feb 2018

    Pakistan’s army today accused neighboring Indian soldiers of targeting a school van from across the frontier in Kashmir, killing the driver, leaving the students “severely traumatized” and forcing local residents to flee to safety.

    Army spokesman Maj. Gen. Asif Ghafoor said Indian forces in an “unethical and unprofessional” move attacked the school van in Battal village in Pakistan’s part of Kashmir.

    He said it was a violation of international norms on the part of India.

  • 21 Feb 2018
    Indian snub to Canadian PM

    Allegations that Canada backs Sikh separatist groups has ove...

    Indian snub to Canadian PM 21 Feb 2018

    Allegations that Canada backs Sikh separatist groups has overshadowed Canadian Priem minister  Trudeau’s first trip to India.

    Indian officials have accused the Trudeau government of backing Sikh separatist movement known as “Khalistani movement” that seeks an independent Sikh homeland in the Indian state of Punjab.

    Trudeau Responded today  while speaking in the Indian city of Ahmedabad saying Canada “recognised and supported a united India”, dismissing the allegations that his country supported separatist forces.

    Modi was not at the airport last week to greet Mr Trudo.

  • 09 Feb 2018
    Valentines day banned in Pakistan in it’s media.

    Pakistan's media regulator has banned television channels an...

    Valentines day banned in Pakistan in it’s media. 09 Feb 2018

    Pakistan’s media regulator has banned television channels and radio stations from broadcasting programming related to Valentine’s Day, according to a statement, in compliance with a court order.

    The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority siad the ban on Wednesday, is in compliance with an order from the Islamabad High Court issued last year.

    Valentine’s Day, named after a Christian saint who died for love, is often marked across Muslim-majority Pakistan, with retailers offering themed sales, restaurants advertising special deals for couples and florists registering booming sales.

  • 09 Feb 2018
    New Make in India announcement.

    Following on from Nuredra Modies Make in Indian Champagne ...

    New Make in India announcement. 09 Feb 2018

    Following on from Nuredra Modies Make in Indian Champagne

    Greater Noida was the beneficiary today o f the Indian Prime Ministers  initiative, as  South Korean automaker Kia Motors declaired it will now introduce a range of vehicles of rteh Indian Market with an Indian twist.

    A site will be announced for the factory in Greater Noida shortly

  • 09 Feb 2018
    New statue to Jayalalitha to be unveiled

    Work underway this afternoon to place the statue of th...

    New statue to Jayalalitha to be unveiled 09 Feb 2018

    Work underway this afternoon to place the statue of the late Indian actress and politician Jayalalitha at the AIADMK headquarters. The statue is planned to be unveiled on February 24, which is her birth date.

    Members of both Bollywood and the Loc Saba are expected to attend the unveiling to one of their own.

  • 08 Feb 2018
    Nepal bands vehicles older than 20 years old

    Nepal will ban vehicles older than 20 years across the count...

    Nepal bands vehicles older than 20 years old 08 Feb 2018

    Nepal will ban vehicles older than 20 years across the country in a bid to control worsening air quality and to ease traffic congestion, officials said yesterday.

    The government decision, which followed a similar campaign in the capital Kathmandu a year ago, will throw out around 5000 ageing vehicles, including buses, trucks and pickups.