November 7, 2019 6:03:38 pm
After the 14th day of the deadlock over power sharing in Maharashtra, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray Thursday said he did not intend to break the alliance but expected BJP to keep its promise— of equal power sharing— made during the Lok Sabha elections. “I don’t want to break the alliance, but I want the BJP to implement what was decided during the Lok Sabha elections,” he told a meeting of Sena MLAs held in Mumbai today.
Hitting out at Pakistan after a poster of slain Khalistani leaders appeared in an official video released by Islamabad welcoming Sikh pilgrims to Kartarpur, India on Thursday said that it is an attempt to undermine the spirit of the pilgrimage. It also demanded the video and printed media be removed.
The Centre has asked all states Thursday to remain alert ahead of the Supreme Court judgment on the decades-long Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid title dispute, PTI quoted officials as saying. The apex court is expected to deliver its verdict on the case before Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi retires on November 17.
Two years after the Left government in Kerala declared internet a basic human right, it accorded formal administrative sanction to a project on Wednesday that would help nearly 20 lakh families below the poverty line in the state to access high-speed internet.
Hemp, a non-psychoactive relative of cannabis, is touted online as a miracle plant that could save us from environmental destruction and dietary destitution. But should we take claims of its powers with a pinch of salt?
WhatsApp is under fire for privacy issues after it was revealed that Israeli firm NSO’s spyware Pegasus exploited vulnerabilities in the messaging app to put surveillance on 1400 targets including journalists and human rights activists in India. Keep in mind that end-to-end encryption, which the platform is quite vocal about, was not compromised but it was a zero-day security flaw in its video/voice call function that was exploited.
Ahead of the second India-Bangladesh T20I fixture in Rajkot, stand-in-captain Rohit Sharma found himself fielding questions on his team’s not-too-formidable record in this format. India are at the summit of the Test rankings and second in ODIs but when it comes to the game’s shortest format, their fifth spot on the table doesn’t give the team an intimidating aura.
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