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Parliament shuts down again, blame on Rahul Gandhi cycle ride, Derek O’Brien’s papri chaat comments

Nearly a week after his surprise tractor ride to back farmers protest against Cenre's new farm laws, Gandhi on Tuesday morning rode a cycle to parliament to protest against the issue of fuel price hike. The move disrupted the proceedings on Tuesday.

Protests grow more vehement over 9-year-old Dalit girl’s rape in Delhi Cantonment, Kejriwal responds a day later

The minor girl, who belonged to the Dalit community, lived with her parents in Purana Nangal in the Delhi Cantonment area, close to the crematorium. On Sunday, she had gone to the crematorium to fetch some cold water from the water cooler at around 5.30 pm and never returned.

Covid-19 second wave still not over, 8 states have high R-factor, warns Centre

The Central Government on Tuesday said that the Delta-driven second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic is still not over, as eight states in the country have shown a rise in the R-factor or reproductive rate of a virus.

Assam Top News: Mizoram to junk FIRs vs Assam, new SOPs in transport, land policy for the indigenous

Assam-Mizoram to settle with goodwill gesture as both states withdraw all cases Assam and Mizoram have decided to settle...

China releases new video of 2020 Galwan Valley clash on the day India-China joint statement

A new video of the clashes that took place between Indian and Chinese soldiers in the Galwan Valley last year has emerged. The clash took place in the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh, where the Indian Army and the PLA were locked in a standoff on June 15 last year, the worst since the 1962 war

Mumbai unlock: BMC guidelines out, malls to stay shut, film shoots allowed

There will be five levels of restrictions for different classes/categories of activities which will be applied based on two parameters: case positivity rate and percentage of oxygen beds occupancy.

BJP parliamentary meeting: PM Modi slams Opposition for Parliament disruptions, asks BJP MPs to maintain restraint

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday asked his party colleagues to maintain restrain and protect the dignity of the House while slamming the Opposition for disrupting Parliament‘s monsoon session proceedings.

CBSE Class 10 results out, 99.04% pass, over 57,000 students score 95% and above

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Tuesday announced the Class 10 results which is available on the official website of CBSE – or

UGC declares 24 Universities as fake, Uttar Pradesh tops list

In response to the question asked in the Lok Sabha, the Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan informed that the University Grants Commission (UGC) has declared 24 “self-styled” institutes fake and found two more in violation of norms.

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Not an ideal start for India

Meanwhile, poor display of Indian athletes is visible as the country's wrestling campaign began on a losing note as Sonam Malik lost her 62kg freestyle pre-quarterfinal.

India loses men’s hockey semi-final to Belgium in Tokyo Olympics

The Indian men’s hockey team on Tuesday lost their semifinal match 2-5 to world champions Belgium.

China’s Wuhan to test entire population for Covid-19 after fresh cases emerge

As China battles the Covid-19 cases again after months, the authorities have confined its citizens to their homes, cutting all domestic transport links. It has rolled out mass testing in recent days.

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Madhya Pradesh cabinet approves death penalty in spurious liquor death cases

The Madhya Pradesh cabinet on Tuesday approved capital punishment and life imprisonment in the cases related to deaths caused by the consumption...

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Lovlina Borgohain wins bronze in boxing, women athletes bag third medal for India

Lovlina followed her family legacy as both her elder sisters, Licha and Lima have pursued Kick-boxing at the national level. Bronze medalist took Muay Thai at a young age but later switched to Kick-boxing.

England vs India, 1st Test: England to play without Archer, Woakes, Stokes, India to miss Gill, Sundar, Mayank

The first match the 5-match series between India and England will be played on Wednesday at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. England to play without Jofra Archer, Chris Woakes and Ben Stokes while India will be missing the services of Shubhman Gill, Washington Sundar and Mayank.

Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra qualifies for final in Tokyo Olympics

Indian Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra qualified into the men’s final with a stunning throw of 86.65m at the Olympic Stadium on Wednesday.