In the 4 days since terrorists abducted and killed 3 Jammu and Kashmir Special Police Officers (SPO) after militant group Hizbul Mujahideen warned security personnel in the state to either 'resign or die', reports said that nearly 40 SPOs and policemen have resigned.
The Jammu and Kashmir government on Wednesday admitted the quitting trend in South Kashmir, but said that the number is negligible. The salary of the SPOs is likely to increase as the government is considering moves to prevent the dangerous...
The prestigious Arjuna Award was conferred to as many 20 athletes which include javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra, sprinter Jinson Johnson and Hima Das, shuttler N Sikki Reddy, cricketer Smriti Mandhana and table tennis player Manika Batra were among the few.
The other Arjuna awardees were boxer Satish Kumar, golfer Shubhankar Sharma, hockey stars Manpreet Singh and Savita Punia, Col. Ravi Rathore (Polo), shooters Rahi Sarnobat, Ankur Mittal, Shreyasi Singh, paddler G. Sathiyan, tennis player Rohan...
India's men cricket team captain Virat Kohli and world champion weightlifter Saikhom Mirabai Chanu were presented with the country's highest sporting honour Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award by President of India Ram Nath Kovind on Tuesday at the annual National Sports Awards ceremony.
Kohli became the 3rd cricketer to be awarded the Khel Ratna after Sachin Tendulkar (1997) and MS Dhoni (2007).
Earlier according to reports in media, weightlifter Chanu reflected on her excitement at the honour and...
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday attended the annual review meeting of public sector banks (PSBs) and has asked banks to ensure clean lending and effective action in cases of fraud and wilful default.
Reviewing the performance in the meeting attended by 21 chief executives of PSBs, Jaitley said that the formalisation of the economy would help India to achieve a sustainable growth of around 8 per cent.
Union Minister @arunjaitley chairs the Annual Review Meeting of the CEOs of Public...
After 21 months since he left the captaincy, Mahendra Singh Dhoni was handed again Indian cricket team's leadership against Afghanistan in the Super-4 match played at Dubai International Stadium on Tuesday.
It is learnt that it is also Dhoni’s 200th ODI as captain of India in an ODI. According to media reports, MS Dhoni during the toss said, "It's destiny. Good to complete 200 ODIs."
Men in Blue will definitely want to maintain their 100 per cent record in the Asia Cup 2018 when they take on...
After the massive success of Sacred Games, Saif Ali Khan has returned to showbiz on a good note. Within days of Netflix announcing the second season of the show, the look of the actor’s next film, 'Baazaar' has also been launched on social media.
The makers released the posters and the trailer of the film back to back on Tuesday.
In his latest venture, Saif Ali Khan would be seen playing the role of a banker. The role has been inspired from a folklore surrounding of the markets. The film is...
WATCH: When Satya Nadella Wiped Off His Palms After Shaking Hands With PM Modi
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September 29 , 2015 , 16:47 IST
Did Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella insult Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the US? For a video that has gone viral on social media shows Nadella wiping off his palms immediately after shaking hands with PM Modi.
The big question is if this is what Nadella usually does after shaking hands with everyone or PM Modi was an exception in this particular case. The alleged incident took place at ‘Digital India’ dinner in Silicon Valley where Modi met CEOs of tech majors in Silicon Valley.
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Earlier, another video from Modi’s US visit that had gone viral showed him pushing the Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg aside to ensure that his photo was clicked properly.
ALSO READ: Watch: Even Mark Zuckerberg Can't Come Between PM Modi And The Camera
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's love for camera has been well documented and talked about by the social media. However, there was another chapter added to this love story. The moment happened during PM Modi's visit to the Facebook HQ.
A video titled "No one should come in between Modi and camera, not even Mark Zuckerberg," has now gone viral on Facebook that reportedly took place before the start of the Townhall event in Silicon Valley.
The video shows Zuckerberg trying to get a better view of what Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Modi were discussing and then accidentally blocking cameras from taking the perfect picture of the three.
(Now, Mark Zuckerberg- you may have invented world's biggest social network, become a billionaire at a very young age and even addressed United Nations. But, there are somethings you just can't do. Like coming between PM Modi and a camera.)
So, before you know it our camera savvy PM grabbed Zuckerberg, and pulled him towards the right while gesturing to the waiting shutterbugs.
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