Prime Minister Narendra Modi led NDA government on Friday sailed easily through the no-confidence motion and will continue to remain the ruling party of the house. The government received the support of majority of the members in the house.
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325 votes were in favour of the Modi government while the Mahagathbandan opposition led by the Congress and the TDP could only secure 126 votes...
In the Lok Sabha on the opposition's motion of no confidence, PM Narendra Modi taking a dig at the opposition said, "May you get so much strength that in 2024, there will be no confidence motion."
PM Modi while speaking on the issue of mob lynching said,"any instance of violence brings shame to the nation. I will once again urge the state governments to punish those who indulge in violence."
PM Narendra Modi said, "Congress has no faith in the ECI, Judiciary, in the RBI, in the International Agencies....
On Friday entire India was curiously watching loksabha proceedings as the No Confidence Motion against Narendra Modi Government, went underway. This curiosity was shortlived as the proceedings converted into a mockery after watching Congress president Rahul Gandhi's speech.
Rahul Gandhi started his speech with sharp attacks on Modi government mentioning Ghapla Ghotala, discrepancies in " Rafael Fighter Deal", demonetization, Foreign Policy e.tc. e.tc.
Everyone was amused when Rahul Gandhi ending...
KULDEEP SINGH, EXECUTIVE EDITOR (NEWS WORLD INDIA) | July 20 , 2018
Apple iPhones may not work on Indian telecom networks, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is considering of taking a strong action against Apple if it fails to implement a pesky call app on its phones within six months.
India's telecom regulator, on Thursday, mandated that all telecom operators facilitate its subscribers to report pesky phone calls & messages and also ensure that smartphones enabled on its network allow such facility to the consumers.
TRAI's new move is obviously...
Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India launched its new edition of Navi motor scooter in the country on Friday at a price of Rs 44,775. It was first launched in 2016 and is coming back with some thrilling added features in 2018.
According to reports in media, the Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India - Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Yadvinder Singh Guleria said, "In the diverse Indian two-wheeler market, Navi stands out firmly with its unique fun proposition. The trendy Navi is a style statement...
The BJP will be moving a privilege motion against Congress President Rahul Gandhi over his speech during the no-confidence motion discussion in the Lok Sabha on Friday, Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Ananth Kumar said.
“BJP MPs will move a privilege motion against Rahul Gandhi for putting forth falsehood and misleading the Parliament,” said Ananth Kumar.
“His behaviour was childish. He has grown old but it is unfortunate that he has not grown up. It is unfortunate that the president...
Nepal Rescue: 15-Year Old Saved After 120 Hours Under Debris
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April 30 , 2015 , 10:35 IST
In what may be another miracle in earthquake devastated Nepal, rescuers have saved a 15-year-old boy trapped under debris in Kathmandu. Rescue team workers heard his voice coming under the debris on Thursday. The boy has been trapped inside for almost 5 days.
After a few hours of operations, Pemba was rescued. He was taken immediately to the hospital. His condition is said to be stable.
According to the information received by Focus News, the 15-year-old boy Pemba used to work in a hotel. The hotel was based in the building under whose debris Pemba was trapped.
Rescue workers established a line of communication with the boy. He communicated to the rescuers that he was in a good condition and in no immediate danger. Pemba was provided with water and oxygen.
The death toll in Nepal earthquake has crossed 6000, but stories of miraculous survivals have kept hope alive.
A four-month-old baby was pulled out alive by rescue workers from the rubble of a collapsed building in Bhaktapur town, at least 22 hours after the devastating temblor that struck Nepal, on Wednesday.
Read: 4-Month-Old Baby Rescued Alive From Debris
Another man Rishi Kanal was rescued from a Kathmandu hotel after 82 hours. He survived drinking his urine.
Read: Man Rescued After 82 Hours Drank Urine To Survive
Hundreds of people are still trapped under tonnes of debris in the Kathmandu Valley and the worst-affected remote mountainous areas, as rescue workers are desperately searching for survivors of the Saturday’s 7.9-magnitude earthquake.
Read: Toll crosses 6000, Nepal PM Faces Ire Of People