US ambassador to the UN, Indian-origin Nikki Haley highlighted the role that India, which she termed as a 'responsible nuclear power' can play as US President Donald Trump tightens the noose on Pakistan providing safe havens to terrorists.
Addressing an event conducted by the US India Friendship Council, Haley said that President Trump has taken a "tougher approach to Pakistan harboring terrorists" and that India can help the US keep an eye on Pakistan.
Haley added that one of the pillars of Trump's...
Bollywood’s Mastani, Deepika Padukone has maintained her popularity by her outstanding performances in the film industry. The actress has retained the top spot after being voted as the sexiest woman alive for the second time. The diva won the title last year too in an annual youth survey conducted by a leading publication.
Deepika has been turning heads with her mesmerizing looks for the past few years in her movies like Piku(2015), Bajirao Mastani(2015), xXx: Return of Xander Cage(2017) and now...
In the wake of the Supreme Court ban on the sale of firecrackers in the Delhi-NCR region until November 1, the Delhi Police has arrested 29 people for violating the ban and seized at least 1200 kg of crackers from the national capital.
"No firecracker shop in the capital would be allowed to open until November 1. We have seized more than 1,200 kg of firecrackers and made 29 arrests so far from various areas of Delhi. Dozens of firecracker shops were forced to shut on Tuesday," said Delhi Police...
Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar is not happy with the current education system and feels that the race to join prestigious institutions has left the students as "slaves" to the coaching centres.
While declaring his concern for the decline in teaching standards, Javadekar blamed the rising dependence on coaching centers which only train the students to get admission into IITs and top-level educational institutions.
The minister reached to launch the second edition of Smart...
Veteran actor, Rishi Kapoor is one of the few actors in Bollywood who has worked in some note-worthy films while giving memorable roles to Hindi film fraternity and is about to play another one in his upcoming film 'Mulk'.
The 65-year-old actor shared the first look of himself for his upcoming social thriller directed by Anubhav Sinha. While sharing the look with his fans, Rishi wrote, "For all my fans, my first look of the film Mulk."
— Rishi Kapoor...
The experience of visiting Pakistan has always been bitter-sweet for cricket teams of other countries. In case of Sri Lanka, their last experience was mostly bitter due to the incident that happened in 2009, which also marked their last Pakistan visit until now.
On their trip to Lahore in 2009, the bus in which Sri Lankan cricket team was travelling got attacked with guns and grenades, following which the team has refrained from playing any international tournament in Pakistan.
After 8 years since...
Zee TV Entered JNU On Feb 9 With ABVP Reference, One Hour Before It All Started: Report
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March 4 , 2016 , 11:10 IST
The entry of Zee News inside Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) campus on February 9 was all pre-planned. According to a report published in indiaresists.com, the entry of media channel an hour before the ruckus was a pre-planned event between Subhash Chandra's Zee News and ABVP, as the entry-sheets at JNU gate confirm.
A copy of the 9 Feb registered entries from JNU security office has gone viral on social media platforms that revealed JNUSU Joint Secretary Saurabh Sharma (ABVP) requested entry for ZEE News and ANI reporter before the Program “A Country without Post Office” started.
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Another report in Hindustan Times suggested that the picture from February 9 event was tweeted by an activist Aniket Prantadarshi.
“JNU security register 9 Feb shows ZEE news & ANI reporters got entry thru Saurabh Sharma ABVP. Doctored videos?,” tweeted Prantadarshi.
Now, the question arises that how only a few media channels knew that "anti-national" slogans will be shouted?