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Pakistani defense minister accuses India-Afghanistan for unrest in the country

Pakistani defense minister Khawaja Asif has issued a statement in the Pakistani Parliament that India and Afghanistan are working in collusion to create unrest in Pakistan. Asif claimed that instances of unprovoked firing from the Indian side have increased substantially in recent times. He also said that there have been several cases of violation of the ceasefire agreement along the ... Read More »

Delhi and Mumbai Airport ranked second best in Asia-Pacific

The Airports Council International (ACI) has announced the winners of the 2016 Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Awards, in which Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport and Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport have been ranked second best in the Asia-Pacific region. These two airports share the second spot with Singapore Airport. The first spot was taken by Incheon Airport in Seoul, South ... Read More »

Geneva Motor Show 2017 begins today

The 10-day long Geneva Motor Show, which is Europe’s biggest annual car show, had begun today in Geneva. The first two days will be press days, during which, car manufacturers are expected to make several announcements. The show will be opened for public on March 9. Last year, the footfall was a staggering 687,000. This year too, a similar number ... Read More »

India wins second test against Australia; Oppo Mobiles chosen sponsor of Indian cricket team

In a surprising turn of events, as cricket is widely known for, India has managed to claim a win against Australia in the second test, even when they were facing certain defeat at the start of the day. The Australians had their task cut out, as they started the day with the target of 188, which seemed quite achievable. However, ... Read More »

DU professor and 5 others sentenced to life imprisonment for links with Maoists

In a significant development, the Gadchiroli session court in Maharashtra has ordered life imprisonment for suspended Delhi University professor GN Saibaba. The court has found Saibaba guilty of having links with Left-wing extremist organizations and waging war against India. Along with Saibaba, 5 other people have also been sent to life imprisonment for the same crime, as punishable under the ... Read More »

Bribery rate highest in India among Asia Pacific countries: Transparency International

In a report published by Transparency International, India has shown to have the highest bribery rate. The report is based on a survey conducted in 16 Asia Pacific countries. As per the report, nearly 70% of people in India who had used some form of government services had paid a bribe. The least corrupt country was Japan, where only around ... Read More »

GST: Small traders yet to adopt digital technology; demand delay in roll out

The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has urged the government to postpone the roll out of Goods and Services Tax (GST), citing the reason that small businesses are yet to adopt the required digital technology. CAIT said that it would prefer the roll out of GST on September 1, as 70% of small businesses are not yet prepared for ... Read More »

Babri Masjid demolition: SC may revive conspiracy case against Advani, Uma and others

The Supreme Court today said that it would like to keep the option open to reexamine the charges that were earlier dropped for people like LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi, Uma Bharti and others. The charges were made against these people post the demolition of Babri Masjid in Ayodhya in 1992. The other people for whom the charges were dropped ... Read More »

England beats West Indies in 2nd ODI; takes 2-0 lead in series

Chasing a target of 226 runs set by West Indies, the England batting side faced some tough moments, but they eventually prevailed and won the match by four wickets. The star performer of the England batting side was Joe Root, who scored a match winning 90 runs. With this brilliant knock, Joe has once again proved why he is the ... Read More »

Mercedes recalls 10 lakh cars worldwide over fire risk

Daimler AG has issued a recall notice for around 10 lakh cars manufactured by Mercedes-Benz, citing risk of fire due to a potentially faulty fuse. The recall notice comes in the wake of 51 vehicles catching fire, even though no injuries or deaths have been reported in these incidents. The recall notice is applicable worldwide. In the United States, more ... Read More »

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