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Chinese forces can reach Delhi within 48 hours: Chinese State Media

In a statement reportedly made by China State TV, it has said that in case a war breaks out between India and China, armed motorized Chinese troops can enter Delhi within 48 hours and paratroopers within 10 hours. This information was revealed via a post tweeted by The International Spectator (@spectatorindex). The tweet said, ” CHINA: State TV says it ... Read More »

More than 20 school kids reported dead in road accident in Etah

In a deadly road accident in Etah district of Agra division, more than 20 school children have been reported to have died when their school bus crashed into a truck on the Etah-Aliganj road. Among the others who died includes the driver of the school bus. There could be more causalities, as several more kids in the bus have reported ... Read More »

6 Indian cities featured in world’s 30 most dynamic places

Showcasing the pace of development occurring in the country, 6 Indian cities have made it to the list of world’s 30 most dynamic places. The cities in the survey were assessed based on various parameters such as managing population growth, building advanced technology infrastructure, ensuring global connectivity, etc. The results of the survey formed the basis of JLL’s fourth annual ... Read More »

Parliamentary panel raps RBI Governor Urjit Patel over demonetization

RBI Governor Urjit Patel faced criticism from members of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance on Wednesday, after he failed to provide answers to queries related to demonetization. “Patel was unable to tell us how much money has come back to the banks,” said Saugata Roy, TMC MP. “The governor was unable to tell us that how much old currency ... Read More »

More than 100 bank officials penalized for demonetization malpractices

Demonetization has not only helped eliminate black money, but has also helped get rid of the bad eggs in the banking system. As per available data, more than 100 bank officials have either been suspended or transferred for their malpractices during demonetization. Investigations are being carried out in certain cases, and if any of the bank employees is found guilty, ... Read More »

Seven militants noticed roaming in army uniforms: Delhi Airport and Metro on high alert

After seven militants wearing army uniforms were noticed In Gurdaspur, Punjab, security has been beefed up at Delhi Airport and Metro stations. As per intelligence inputs received from Amritsar, 7 militants have managed to get army uniforms that match those worn by Captain and Subedar rank army officials. They are now wearing these uniforms in order to provide an effective ... Read More »

Powerful earthquakes rock Central Italy

As a series of powerful earthquakes rocked Central Italy, officials have started evacuating the metro system and certain schools in Italy’s capital Rome. The first tremor, measuring 5.3 magnitude, was felt in Central Italy, 7 kilometers west-northwest of Amatrice. Although the epicenter of the earthquake was 90 kilometers northeast of Rome, people felt the shocks quite strongly and many were ... Read More »

Movie Review: xXx: Return of Xander Cage

Release Date:  January 14, 2017 Cast: Vin Diesel, Donnie Yen, Deepika Padukone, Kris Wu, Ruby Rose, Tony Jaa, Nina Dobrev, Toni Collette, Samuel L. Jackson Director: D. J. Caruso Genre: Action, Adventure, Thriller Duration: 1 hour 47 minutes The xXx franchisee has always been a favorite with action movie fans and this time too it doesn’t disappoint with the Return ... Read More »

India joins the world’s largest Nuclear Research Lab CERN

It’s a new progressive road for Indian scientists, as the country has gained membership of the European Organization for Nuclear Research, known as CERN, the world’s biggest nuclear research facility. India was officially declared an Associate member of CERN on Monday after the government completed its internal approval procedures, as required under the agreement it had signed with CERN on ... Read More »

Flight MH370’s disappearance may remain a mystery; search called off

The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 may remain to be one of aviation’s biggest mysteries, as deep-sea search efforts have been officially suspended. The plane had disappeared en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014. The decision to suspend the search efforts was taken after search crews failed to find any clues even after meticulously sweeping ... Read More »

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