North Korea has once again warned the US against its “hostile activities”, saying a nuclear war may break out anytime if Washington does not stop provocation against Pyongyang.
North Korea’s Deputy UN Ambassador Kim In Ryong in a UNdisarmament committee meeting on Monday said the entire US mainland was in the “firing range” of the communist regime and any attempt by Washington to “invade our sacred territory” would be met by a severe punishment.
Warning other countries against...
Many candidates appearing for the University Grants Commission’s National Eligibility Test (NET) on November 5, 2017, were eagerly waiting for their admit cards to be released. After a long wait, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has finally released the call letters for the examination.
After downloading the admit card, the students must ensure that all the details are correct and the venue of the exam is mentioned. The candidates are required to carry these admit cards for the...
Canada's Prime Minister, the 45-year-old Justin Trudeau is known for celebrating cultural diversity with full gusto, and as the festival of lights Diwali approaches, he took to Twitter to share a message for those celebrating.
Trudeau shared a picture of himself dressed in a black sherwani as he lit a traditional Indian lamp with many others festively dressed in the background and wrote: Diwali Mubarak! We're celebrating in Ottawa tonight. #HappyDiwali!
Diwali Mubarak! We're celebrating in Ottawa...
In an apparent but indirect reference to BJP MLA Sangeet Som’s comments calling the Taj Mahal a blot on Indian culture, Prime Minister Modi said no country can move ahead without pride in heritage and history.Dedicating the first ever All India Institute of Ayurveda to the nation the Prime Minister said “Nations cannot develop if they don’t take pride in their history and heritage. If they do, they are sure to lose their identity over a period of time”.
BJP MLA Sangeet Som had created a...
One of Malta's best-known investigative journalists Daphne Caruana Galiza, who led the investigation in the Panama Papers case was killed when a bomb blew up her car on Monday.
The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) will be helping the local police in the investigations, Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said.
The 53-year-old investigative journalist Galizia had left her house and was driving on a road in northern Malta when a bomb in her car detonated, sending the car flying...
India's former captain and coach, Anil Kumble celebrates his 47th birthday on Tuesday and many former and current Indian cricketers are super-excited. Recognised as one of the greatest spinners world cricket has ever seen, Kumble is commonly known as 'Jumbo' in his friend circle.
In his International cricket career of over 2 decades, Kumble has picked 619 Test and 337 ODI wickets. Anil retired from ODI cricket after the memorable ICC World Cup of 2007. Almost 10 years ago, he was declared the captain...
RSS Punjab Co-Chief Jagdish Gagneja Shot At In Jalandhar, Critical
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August 7 , 2016 , 11:26 IST
[caption id="attachment_215592" align="aligncenter" width="700"] RSS Punjab Co-Chief Jagdish Gagneja Shot At In Jalandhar, Critical[/caption]
Senior RSS leader Brig (retd) Jagdish Gagneja was on Saturday shot at by some bike-borne persons at Jyoti Chowk area in Jalandhar, police said. Jalandhar Commissioner of Police Arpit Shukla said Gagneja, Sah-sarsanghchalak of RSS’s Punjab unit, was shot at around 9 PM near Makhdumpura colony.
He was rushed to a private hospital where his condition is stated to be critical. Local BJP MLA Manoranjan Kalia said that three bullets hit Gagneja. Police have started probe in the matter.
Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee President Amarinder Singh condemned the attack on the RSS leader. “Such nefarious designs deserve to be nipped in the bud lest these push Punjab into anarchy,” he said in a statement.
People may not agree or approve of RSS ideology, but in a democracy everyone has a right to pursue his political and ideological beliefs, Amarinder said. “Such intimidation is unacceptable,” he said.