Ojasvi Chauhan

Journalist at NewsX | Program Producer

Guha- A smashing fashion diva with the purest heart

The fashion and entertainment industry is considered one of the toughest fields because of the hard-work it expects from the artist. Not only beauty is enough to gain success in the fashion world rather a strong personality along with a....Read More

China maps seabed: Satellite images show activity in Indian Ocean

A Chinese survey ship of the Xiang Yang Hong category, translated as 'Facing the Red Sun', with the serial number 03 has been discovered in the Indian Ocean. The ship is suspected of mapping the bottom of the ocean for....Read More

ISRO to launch space vehicle reserved to carry only private satellites in February

Sources suggest that the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch a rocket into space in the month of February that will be reserved for only carrying private satellites. Three of these private satellites have been made by Indian startups that....Read More

Vaccine diplomacy: India pushes back against China’s presence in South Asia

India has started ramping up its vaccine donation programme. Free shipments of coronavirus vaccines are being sent off to other countries in South Asia. This can result in removing Chinese influence from these countries and India potentially dominating Asia diplomatically.....Read More

Shivamogga tragedy: Karnataka HM confirms 7 deaths; quarry owner and dynamite supplier arrested

A blast rocked a stone quarry in Shivamogga district, Karnataka, most likely caused by dynamite used for mining stone.  There is still the chance of another explosion as some of the dynamite sticks did not ignite and are still active.....Read More

‘No damages to Covishield or vaccine supplies’: Adar Poonawala on Serum Institute of India fire

Five people died on Thursday after a fire broke out in an under-construction building inside one of the campuses of Serum Institute of India (SII).  The fire engulfed 3 top floors of the 6 storeyed building in SII's Manjari premises in....Read More

China announces sanctions on high-ranking Trump administration officials as Joe Biden takes office

China has levied restrictions against 28 high ranking US officials including Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that were in former President Donald Trump's cabinet. The Chinese government claimed that these individuals had been partaking in prejudice and hatred against China,....Read More

Farmers Protest: 10th round of talks today; pressure builds ahead of R’Day Tractor Rally

The tenth attempt at negotiations between the Central government and leaders of the farmers' protests is set to take place today i.e. January 20. The general hope is for some consensus to be reached so the protests can come to....Read More

Countdown for Joe Biden’s swearing-in ceremony begins: Take a peak at Biden’s cabinet picks

The United States President-elect Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will be sworn in as the oldest President and the first female Vice President of the United States on January 20, 2021. The United States will mark a historic day on....Read More

Unrest in Pok: Massive protests break out over rising inflation, lack of commodities

Given the rising inflation and lack of essential goods, massive civil unrest has emerged in many of the regions of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir or the PoK. People are also protesting against the Pakistan government's treatment of keeping PoK people deprived of....Read More

UN body disclosed dissenters’ names to China: Senior UN staffer

A high ranking United Nations (UN) official, Emma Reilly, talked to The Sunday Guardian and stated that the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), a UN arm of considerable importance, has been revealing the names of Chinese....Read More

Global Vaccine Feat: Vaccine shortage hits US; India to supply vaccine doses to world

There have been partial vaccine shortages in the US, resulting in fewer people being vaccinated. This situation does much to curtail the effectiveness of the US vaccination programme. While the world is facing shortage of vaccine doses, India in such times....Read More

Kashmir issue raised in UK Parliament: Indian mission invites MPs for a dialogue

Asking the UK parliamentarian to discuss India-related issues based on authentic information, the Indian High Commission in London on Thursday sent out an invite to the Members of Parliament of UK to consult with High Commission anytime over "India-related issues of....Read More

US VP Mike Pence rejects invoking 25th Amendment to oust Donald Trump

US Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday said in the Parliament that he does not support the use the 25th Amendment procedure so as to remove Donald Trump from the office. This action highly spikes the chances of an impeachment....Read More

EAM at UNSC: S Jaishankar slams China for covering up for Pakistan on terrorism

Union Minister of External Affairs Dr S Jaishankar on Tuesday indirectly slammed both China and Pakistan on terrorism during his address at the UNSC meeting. Asking UNSC members to not make false distinctions of "good terrorists" and "bad terrorists", he....Read More

Jaishankar sets up India’s UNSC agenda: 8-point plan on terror financing put out

Union Minister of External Affairs Dr S Jaishankar virtually addressed the United Nations Security Council today. The subject of the meeting is “Threats to international peace and security caused by terrorist acts: International cooperation in combating terrorism 20 years after the adoption....Read More

US lifts restrictions on contacts with Taiwan, leaves China rattled

The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Saturday announced that the United States was lifting self-imposed restrictions on the interaction of American diplomats with their Taiwanese counterparts. This move by the US has angered China eliciting a sharp response....Read More

Bird flu scare: Centre confirms bird flu in 6 states, Haryana to cull 1.6L birds

In recent developments around the scare of avian influenza or bird blue, a Bhopal based laboratory confirmed that 4,37,000 birds have died in Haryana. Until now, Centre has confirmed bird blu in 6 states- Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh....Read More

Indian Navy, DRDO conduct maiden trial of 1st indigenous air-droppable container SAHAYAK-NG

The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) in cooperation with the Indian Navy successfully completed the test of the 'SAHAYAK-NG', India's first independently developed Air Dropped Container on December 30. SAHAYAK-NG was dropped off the coast of Goa by an....Read More

Instant loan app fraud busted in Cyberabad: Chinese national and three members of his gang arrested

The Cyberabad police has arrested four members of a gang including a Chinese national in an instant loan apps fraud case. The Cyber Crime Police of Cyberabad held a raid at a call centre headed by a Chinese national in the....Read More

Taliban top brass based in Pakistan: Mullah Baradar, Chief Taliban negotiator

Mullah Baradar, a senior commander and representative of Taliban in internal peace talks between the Afghan government and his group, revealed that the entire Taliban leadership is headquartered in Pakistan, suggesting Pakistani influence from Taliban's side in peace talks and....Read More

‘People of J&K have voted for strengthening democracy’: PM Modi on DDC polls at SEHAT scheme launch

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday launched the Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (AB-PMJAY) SEHAT scheme for the citizens of Jammu and Kashmir. As per the officials, (AB-PMJAY) SEHAT scheme is aimed at profiting over 21-lakh people of Jammu &....Read More

‘Good riddance’, says China as Germany exits United Nations Security Council

German UN envoy Christoph Heusgen requested China that before he retires, they release two Canadians, Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, held in custody for Christmas. The Chinese deputy UN ambassador, Geng Shuang, responded by saying that the Council would be....Read More

Amid farmers’ stir, PM Modi addresses farmers, releases Rs 18,000 crore financial aid under PM-Kisan scheme

As the deadlock over the contentious farm laws robustifies between the centre and the farmers, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday delivered a virtual address to the farmers of the country. Prime Minister Modi also transferred the next instalment of....Read More

China to fine restaurants promoting overeating under anti-food waste campaign

Xi Jinping, as part of his war on waste, has submitted a law against businesses that advocate wasting of food. The law is to be ratified by Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress and then publicly enacted. Xi said....Read More

Centre cites Covid-19 for calling off India-Russia annual summit, denounces Rahul Gandhi’s “false & misleading” claims

The central government on Wednesday issued a statement saying that the annual India-Russia summit was being cancelled this year due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Centre refuted all other claims and speculations being made around the cancellation of the summit and....Read More

“Chemical-free living is here to stay and is the way of future”: Aakanksha Kapoor, CEO, I Say Organic

NewsX was recently joined by Aakanksha Kapoor, the CEO of "I Say Organic" in its special series called NewsX India A-List, she shared her journey of working in the fashion and retail industry and how all that led to "I....Read More

Attempts to sabotage India-UK ties; calls to cancel Boris Johnson’s India visit raised at farmers protest site

Farmers demonstrating against the newly passed farm bills said that they will send emails to British Members of Parliament of Sikh origin. The emails will request the MP's to have Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson's visit to India as chief....Read More

Arunachal Pradesh local body polls: All you need to know about total voter turnout, significance and more

As per the State Election Commission officials, about 53 per cent votes were registered for the panchayat and municipal polls on Tuesday in Arunachal Pradesh. The number of people that turned out to vote was also affected by the cold....Read More

Pakistan and China fabricate Indian involvement with terrorists at UN

China and Pakistan have been presenting fabricated evidence to the United Nations that supposedly connects the terrorist group Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) to India. In the midst of this, Pakistan is also pushing for the UN to erase the name of....Read More

India suspends flights from UK till December 31 amid concern over new Covid-19 strain

United Kingdom's Union Health Ministry on Monday called for an urgent meeting of its joint monitoring group to address the new Coronavirus strain. The UK has seen a rise in Coronavirus spread after the emergence of a mutated variant of....Read More

‘Peace, stability & prosperity is our common aim’: PM Modi at virtual summit with Vietnamese counterpart

Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a virtual meeting with his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Xuan Phuc today. India and China remain to be the two countries that are the victim of Chinese expansionism. During the summit, PM Modi said that Vietnam was....Read More

India rejects reports of UN vehicle being targeted across LoC

The Pakistani Armed Forces and Foreign Office had claimed that Indian troops stationed on the Line of Control (LoC) had intentionally opened fire on an official vehicle of the UN was targeted by Indian troops on the Line of Control....Read More

Ahead of party’s internal elections, Cong prez Sonia Gandhi to meet rebel leaders today

Ahead of the party's internal elections, Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Saturday is scheduled to meet the rebel leaders of the party who had earlier written a letter demanding a party overhaul. Sonia Gandhi will hold a series of meetings....Read More

India planning surgical strike against Pakistan: Pak Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi

Even after four years of surgical strike by India, it's neighbour Pakistan still lives in the fear of another surgical strike by India. Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Friday expressed Pakistan government's fear of being attacked by India....Read More

WB Assembly Elections 2021: MHA summons 3 lPS officers, asks them to report by 5 pm today

Ministry of Home Affairs on Friday yet again summoned 3 IPS officers of West Bengal and had asked them to report to the centre by 5 p.m. today. Further escalating the battle between the centre and TMC, TMC government again....Read More

Cong prez Sonia Gandhi set to meet rebel leaders in Cong top brass tomorrow

Congress president Sonia Gandhi is scheduled to conduct a meeting with rebel Congress leaders who had earlier written a letter to her demanding an overhaul of the Congress party. Sources suggest that the Congress president has set a series of....Read More

Karnataka CM B.S. Yediyurappa denounces iPhone factoy violence, says such things should not happen

Denouncing the Kolar iPhone plant violence, Karnataka Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa on Friday said that such incidents should be avoided and they should not occur. He added that even Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed his concern over the violence....Read More

‘Request opposition with folded hands not to mislead farmers’: PM Modi amid deadlock over farm laws

As the deadlock between centre and farmer unions robustifies, Prime Minister Modi delivered an hour-long address to farmers in Madhya Pradesh. PM Modi slammed the opposition parties by saying that he folded his hands in front of the political parties....Read More

ISRO to launch PSLV C50 carrying communication satellite CMS-01 today

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is scheduled to launch a communication satellite named CMS-01 into space tomorrow i.e. December 17 from the Second Launch Pad (SLP) of the Satish Dhawan Space Centre, situated in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh. The timing....Read More

Supreme Court steps in to resolve Centre-farmers deadlock over farm laws

In recent developments around the farmer protests, Supreme Court on Wednesday entered the picture to resolve the centre-farmers deadlock. There have been many rounds of talks between the central government and farm union leaders but the farmers rejected the centre's....Read More

Kolar iPhone plant vandalism row: SFI leader held; India slams China as it tries to spread anti-India agenda

The violence that broke out at Wistron Infocomm Manufacturing India Pvt Ltd in Kolar has led to political unrest in the state after Student Federation of India's (SFI) local president's arrest. India has slammed China as it tried to use this incident....Read More

Kolar iPhone plant vandalism row: 437 cr losses, FIR on 7000+; China’s focus remains on spreading anti-India agenda

According to the police, an FIR has been registered against 7,000 people including about 5,000 contract workers for engaging in violence at an iPhone manufacturing plant. The company stated in the FIR that it suffered a loss of about Rs 437....Read More

50 years of Indo-Pak war: Know India’s top10 heroes of 1971 war

India has fought and won many wars which make it a glorious nation, the Indo-Pak war of 1971 is one such war. Today, on 50th Vijay Diwas, India marks 50 years of the Indo-Pak war victory. Some of the war....Read More

Contention over Farm laws continues: Logic and reason must win, a clear action plan is the way forward

From monopoly to pizza dough, there have been all sorts of debates and arguments around the farm laws, and the protests that are being carried out by the farmers smearing in anger. Farm laws have been called 'Black Laws' by a....Read More

Imran Khan sidelined as Pakistan army takes control over China Pakistan Economic Corridor?

A bill passed in the Pakistan parliament that hands over near-absolute control to its armed forces regarding the $60 billion worth China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects, thus greatly reducing the government's importance in it. This new bill has caused immense unrest....Read More

China’s nuclear arsenal grows in capability

The number of nuclear weapons owned by China has been increasing at a worrying pace, while not as large as that of the US or Russia (which number in the thousands for each), China still maintains a considerable arsenal of....Read More

Amid row over farm laws, PM meets Kutch farmers, inaugurates key projects

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Gujarat for a one-day visit, where he is scheduled to inaugurate various projects. PM Modi has visited Dhordo in Kutch and from there, he has virtually laid the foundation stones of several development projects....Read More

CCP members infiltrate UK firms, govt agencies and pharmaceutical giants: Report

Possible Chinese espionage has been revealed in some of the world's largest corporations, consulates and government agencies. Officials belonging to the Chinese Communist Party, or CCP are suspected of being working as spies. A media report suggested that members from....Read More

Election politics ahead of WB, TN polls: MK Stalin taunts Rajinikanth, MHA issues summons over Nadda’s convoy row

Taking a jibe at Rajinikanth and his 'spiritual politics" promises, MK Stalin said that some people think that they can defeat the DMK with spirituality but Swami Vivekanand has said that doing good for people is the real spirituality. Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam....Read More

China bails out debt-ridden Pakistan, sanctions $1.5 billion loan for Saudi Arabia debt

Sources suggest that China has once again bailed out Pakistan by agreeing to give $1.5 billion to Pakistan to repay $2 billion Saudi Arabia debt. As per the reports, sources in Pakistan's finance ministry and State Bank of Pakistan (SBP)....Read More

‘Must be allowed to protest’: US lawmakers back Indian farmers

US lawmakers have spoken in favour of the farmers demonstrating against the new farm bills in India, requesting for the government to allow their protests to go on peacefully. India responded to these remarks by foreign officials, calling them uninformed....Read More

PML-N vice president Maryam Nawaz hints mass resignations of opposition leaders

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) vice President Maryam Nawaz on December 6 said that the 11-party strong alliance of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) plans on taking big decisions on December 8. She also gestured towards a mass resignation of the....Read More

Amid worsening feud with Prachanda, Nepal PM Oli skips key meet

The Prime Minister of Nepal, KP Sharma Oli did not attend the meeting hosted by Nepal's Communist Party's standing committee on December 6. While Oli's office cited busy schedule and high risk of coronavirus infection as the reason for not....Read More

No alliance with DMK or AIADMK: Rajinikanth’s aide Tamilaruvi Manian

In recent developments around the upcoming assembly elections in Tamil Nadu, Rajinikanth's aide Tamilaruvi Manian on Monday said that the 69-year old politician will not form an alliance with DMK or AIADMK. The debates and speculations around whether Rajinikanth will enter....Read More

Protests emerge in London over Farm Laws, Khalistan flag raised outside Indian mission

A news agency on Sunday reported that several people were arrested in Central London for violating the Covid-19 protocols while carrying out protests. These protests were carried out by thousands of people in Central London over the controversial Farm Laws....Read More

Politics escalates on farmer protests, oppn bands together in support of farmers’ Bharat Bandh call

Politics on the ongoing farmer protests has now escalated to a level where a total of 11 parties of the opposition have come together against the central government to oppose the Farm Laws. The farmers' unions have been calling for....Read More

West Bengal assembly elections: CAA likely to be implemented from January, says Kailash Vijayvargiya

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Kailash Vijayvargiya, who is also responsible for the party's activities on West Bengal, said that the Citizenship Amendment Act or CAA was probably going to be enforced from January 2021 onwards as the government wished....Read More

IIT Global Summit 2020: PM Modi to deliver keynote address today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to give a speech at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Global Summit 2020 today i.e. December 4 on the topic of 'The Future is Now'. The event is set to begin at 9:30....Read More

Protests will intensify till demands are met: Farmers as protests escalate in Delhi

Amid protests, farmer leaders on Thursday submitted a letter to the central government demanding a special parliament session to repeal the newly passed farm laws. As Farmer protests are escalating in Delhi, Minister of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare Narendra Singh Tomar....Read More

China making attempts to buy Indian castor seeds in large quantities to bolster reserves: SEA

According to India's Solvent Extractors Association or the SEA, China has been making attempts to purchase castor seeds in large quantities from India. A trade body suggested that China has plans of importing castor seed in large amounts from India to....Read More

Who will get vaccinated first?; Approved by UK, Pfizer in talks with India on opportunity to roll out vaccine

The United Kingdom gave Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine the green light yesterday i.e. December 3 and became the first Western country to fully sanction a vaccine. North America and the rest of Europe have yet to announce a vaccine. Although Russia....Read More

Granting provisional provincial status to Gilgit-Baltistan will be priority: Pak PM Imran Khan

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan visited Gilgit Baltistan to attend the oath-taking ceremony of 14-member Cabinet in the region. According to a media report on Wednesday, Imran Khan said that his government would actively work on providing the provisional provincial status....Read More

India invites Boris Johnson as 2021 Republic Day chief guest

Reports suggest that the Indian government has invited the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson to India for Republic Day celebrations in January 2021. As per the sources, a response from London is awaited. Prime Minister Narendra Modi....Read More

DDC elections 2nd phase: 40.31 % votes polled till 1 PM across J&K

Polling for the 2nd phase of DDC elections in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir began on Tuesday morning at 7:00 a.m. A voter percentage of 40.31 % was recorded till 1 pm, the voting procedure of the District Development....Read More

Uttar Pradesh film city: CM Yogi Adityanath to meet Bollywood celebrities in Mumbai tomorrow

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath who earlier made an announcement to set up a film industry in Gautam Buddh Nagar is now set to meet a few producers in Mumbai to seek investments for the project. Ahead of his....Read More

Australia-China row over fake image: China refuses to apologize, says Australia should be ‘ashamed’

Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian had posted an image on social media on November 30 that showed an Australian soldier slitting the throat of a child in Afghanistan. The image was edited and Australia demanded that it be taken....Read More

DRDO merges two labs for focused research along China, Pakistan borders

Amid border disputes with China, the Government of India (GOI) has decided to merge two laboratories of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) to come up with one laboratory that will be focused on doing research on terrain and avalanches along....Read More

India slams OIC, rejects its Pak-sponsored reference to Kashmir

During the Organisation of Islamic Conference Council of Foreign Ministers (OIC-CFM) meeting held in Niger, Africa from November 27-28, Pakistan tried to bring up the Kashmir issue, which was not even scheduled on the agenda. India, immediately dismissed the request....Read More

Rajnikanth likely to announce decision on political entry after RMM meet tomorrow

Right before the Assembly Elections in Tamil Nadu, an interesting development has taken place, with the likelihood of Rajinikanth actively entering politics. The South Indian cinema star decided to call a meeting of the district bearers from the party Rajini....Read More

Amid vaccine race, GOI prepares list of Covid-19 vaccinators; PM reviews vaccine progress at 3 facilities

Ever since the Coronavirus pandemic broke out, the pharma companies globally have been on a hunt for a vaccine. In India as well, various pharmaceutical companies are working to develop a Covid 19 vaccine. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday visited Covid-19....Read More

PM Modi embarks 3-city visit to review Covid-19 vaccine development

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit the top coronavirus vaccine researching laboratories in three Indian cities so as to observe the whole vaccine development process. The Prime Minister's office reported that the intentions of the visit are to....Read More

Iran’s top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh assassinated near Tehran

Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, claimed to be the head of Iran's nuclear research programme by American agencies, was shot dead on November 27 while in a car. Fakhrizadeh was travelling in the outskirts of the town of Absard in Northern Iran when....Read More

Polling for first phase of DDC elections concludes in J&K

Polling for the first phase of District Development Councils (DDCs) in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir concluded at 2 pm amid tight security on November 28, 2020. The Union Territory recorded  22.12 per cent of votes polled till 11 am....Read More

‘US will remain committed to its Indo-Pacific strategy despite presidency change’: Outgoing US NSA

During the US-ASEAN (Association of South-East Asian Nations) virtual meeting, the United States Nation Security Advisor Robert O'Brien said that the United States will keep to its commitment of maintaining a heavy military presence in the Indo-Pacific to curb China's....Read More

Rattled by Malabar exercise, Pakistan spotted conducting naval exercises in Arabian sea

Pakistan has begun naval drills on its maritime border in the Arabian Sea, this move by Pakistan could be received as gunboat diplomacy, in an effort to flex its power in response to the Malabar Exercises. India has reacted by launching....Read More

Pak to get new intel body to coordinate spy agencies under ISI chief

As per a media report on Tuesday, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan approved the setting up of the National Intelligence Coordination Committee in the country. This intel body will coordinate over 2 dozen spy agencies of Pakistan. The National Intelligence....Read More

AquaKraft announces its 1st Individual Social Responsibility (ISR) Initiative

Mumbai - November 22, 2020: AquaKraft Projects Pvt. Ltd., announced its 1st Individual Social Responsibility program at the launch of its next-generation School Drinking Water Systems, School Bio Toilets& Community Toilets sponsored under the auspices & benevolence of Dr. Mrudul....Read More

Akshay Kumar, Bhumi Pednekar starrer ‘Durgavati’ is now ‘Durgamati’

Bollywood actor Bhumi Pednekar on Monday unveiled a poster from her upcoming horror-thriller 'Durgamati The Myth' that features the star in a ferocious look. Earlier, the movie was titled 'Durgavati', and the makers have changed the title of the film.....Read More

‘Dhamaka’: Kartik Aaryan announces next film on 30th birthday

By sharing an intriguing teaser of his next film on the occasion of his birthday, actor Kartik Aaryan announced the title of his new project 'Dhamaka'. The actor who turned 30 on Sunday took to Instagram and shared a teaser....Read More

Pakistan: PDM vows to defy govt’s ban on Peshawar rally

The opposition's Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) on Friday vowed to defy government ban on its public gathering in Peshawar on Sunday and warned the district administration that use of force to stop the protesting citizens could spark street battles. While....Read More

US-Tibet diplomatic push: Tibetan govt-in-exile President Lobsang Sangay creates history by visiting White House

Dr Lobsang Sangay, President of Tibetan government-in-exile on Friday formally entered the United States White House, a historic feat for the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA). According to a release from the office of Tibet in Washington, Dr Sangay became the....Read More

Instagram rolls out ‘Branded Content Tag’ feature in Reels

Instagram has announced new updates for branded content on its platform, including the 'Branded Content Tag' feature in Reels. Instagram has launched the branded content tag to Reels, and it will soon be launched to Live as well. "We want....Read More

Delhi HC directs JMI University to give law graduate his degree, other documents

The Delhi high Court has directed the Jamia Millia Islamia University to give a law graduate his degree and other documents related to his education at the educational institution within a period of three days. With these directions, a single-judge....Read More

PDPU Convocation: PM Modi encourages students to explore entrepreneurship, employment opportunities amid pandemic

Keeping the spirit of optimism high amidst the ongoing pandemic situation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said major changes are taking place around the world and there are several opportunities available for the growth of entrepreneurship and employment. Addressing....Read More

Mukesh Ambani hails PM Modi, says bold reforms will pave way for rapid economic progress

Reliance Industries Limited Chairman Mukesh Ambani on Saturday said that "bold reforms" introduced under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi will pave the way for India’s rapid economic progress in the years to come. Addressing Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University's....Read More

Torbaaz trailer: Sanjay Dutt turns messiah for child refugees in Afghanistan, watch here

The trailer of Sanjay Dutt's next movie 'Torbaaz' was shared online by him. Sanjay had previously said that the movie will be about the main character trying to come to grips with his disturbing past and work to improve the....Read More

Comedian Bharti Singh arrested in drug probe case

Television host and comedian Bharti Singh and her husband, Harsh Limbachiyaa, on Saturday were summoned by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB). The agency conducted a drug raid at the house of the couple, sources suggest that Bharti and Harsh have....Read More

Kiara Advani starrer ‘Indoo Ki Jawani’ to be released in cinema halls

Kiara Advani starrer comedy-drama 'Indoo Ki Jawani' is set to be released in theatres on December 11, 2020. Film critic and movie trade analyst Taran Adarsh announced the same on Twitter. "#BreakingNews... ALL SET FOR THEATRICAL RELEASE IN DEC 2020.......Read More

Taapsee Pannu shares glimpse from her training session for ‘Rashmi Rocket’

Actor Taapsee Pannu on Saturday gave her fans a glimpse of her training routine for her upcoming film 'Rashmi Rocket.' The 'Pink' actor hopped on to Instagram to shared three pictures from her training sessions. The pictures see her in....Read More

India conveys strong concern to Pakistan over Nagrota encounter, summons High Commission official 

The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Saturday summoned Pakistan High Commission's official over the Nagrota encounter, where four terrorists were neutralised. According to sources, India conveyed its strong concern to Pakistan on the terror attack, allegedly planned by Jaish-e-Mohammad....Read More

Marvel: ‘Black Panther,’ sequel shoot to begin in July 2021

Months after the demise of the 'Black Panther' star Chadwick Boseman, Marvel Studio is planning to begin shooting for the sequel of the superhero film in July 2021. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the sequel was sidelined after Boseman's sudden....Read More

 T20 World Cup: West Indies unveils new jersey 

Cricket West Indies and the national squad has unveiled the new T20 playing jersey ahead of the upcoming three-match series against New Zealand. The T20I shirt features an eye-catching, contemporary maroon and yellow geometric pattern on the shirt front, with....Read More

Experienced cyber attack on our systems: Manchester United 

Manchester United have confirmed being hit by a cyber attack in a "sophisticated" operation. The club released a statement on Friday, confirming that there was a breach. United also said that the club's IT defence system brought the issue under....Read More

Change will come through ‘real conversations’: Chris Jordan on racism

England pacer Chris Jordan feels that the anti-racism message will spread through hard work behind the scenes rather than on-field displays of solidarity. Jordan's remark came after South Africa decided not to take a knee before the start of their....Read More

Delhi’s Covid-19 case count crosses 5-L mark; Kejriwal assures of not shutting markets

Delhi Corona Cases update, Covid-19 Cases in Delhi Today: Amid the rising COVID-19 cases in the national capital, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal met with representatives of market associations on Friday and took note of their grievances. During the meeting,....Read More

PM Modi chairs meeting on Nagrota Encounter; ‘major attack’ on 26/11 anniversary thwarted: Sources 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a review meeting with Union Home Minister Amit Shah, National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla and top intelligence establishment over the Nagrota encounter in which four terrorists were neutralised, government....Read More

Bigg Boss 14: ‘I am out of India’s biggest reality show and I have no work’, says Shardul Pandit

The last contestant who was eliminated from Bigg Boss 14 was Shardul Pandit. Shardul was nominated by a panel of Bigg Boss Adalat and later was evicted from the show as he received fewer votes from the audience of Bigg....Read More

Bigg Boss 14: Husband-wife, Abhinav Shukla and Rubina Dilak get into a war of words during captaincy task

Friendships inside the Bigg Boss house have mostly been very short-lived. However, the show has come to a point where the series of events has led to disputes and quarrels even between the only married couple of the house, Abhinav....Read More

Cong opposes Delhi govt’s decision of imposing fine for not wearing mask

Opposing Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal-led government's "tyrannical" decision of imposing a fine of Rs 2,000 for not wearing masks, Delhi Congress chief Anil Chaudhary said that this fine should be immediately withdrawn as it will increase corruption. "This tyrannical decision....Read More