News updates from HT: Bihar Cong in-charge has his task cut out for him as rumour of split spreads
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Bihar’s Congress in charge’s task cut out amid murmurs of split
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) MLA Mohammad Zama Khan is all set to join the JD(U) a few days after meeting the ruling party’s former state president and Rajya Sabha member, Vashishtha Narayan Singh, on January 18. Read More
PM Modi in Kolkata, says 'India bows to the great Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose'
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday began his visit to Kolkata by paying homage to Indian freedom fighter Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and said the country bows to the leader. Read More
Mask mandate, immunity, climate helped India lower Covid-19 cases: Report
From a Covid-19 hotspot nation with over 90,000 cases in a day four months ago to recording its lowest daily infection tally, India is seeing a steady decline in cases. Read More
Masked man's 'plot' to incite violence at Singhu, 'U-turn': What we know so far
Controversy over a masked man who was presented as a disruptive element planted to incite violence at the farmers' protest site at Singhu marked rapid developments in the past 12 hours. Read More
‘Parking inside only for millionaire’: Pic of sign tweeted by Anand Mahindra makes netizens giggle
Anand Mahindra has once again shared an extremely witty post on his official Twitter account which has left netizens in splits. Read More
James Anderson breaks Richard Hadlee's record, also goes past Glenn McGrath with 30th five-wicket haul
If age is just a number then James Anderson is perhaps one of its biggest ambassadors. Read More
Sonakshi Sinha buys 4BHK home in Bandra: 'It was my dream to buy a house with my hard earned money'
Actor Sonakshi Sinha has made some prudent decisions about investing in property while also fulfilling a life long wish. Read More
R-day: Protesting farmers' dress rehearsal for parallel parade in Delhi | Watch
Protesting farmers conducted a full dress rehearsal for a parallel parade on Republic Day. Watch
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- Those entering India can be granted refugee status, but they will be deported if the government decides against it
- The 50-odd pages document, anchored by the national security adviser’s office, is now awaiting the approval from the Prime Minister’s office before it is released.
- Delhi, which gave shots to 1,679 people per million population in the second phase till Wednesday night, was in the second spot, while Odisha (1,283 doses per million) was third.
- The scenes that caused offence have since been deleted, and the makers as well as the OTT company have apologised.
- The medical fitness team of the Army tested close to 615 women SSC officers entitled for permanent commission, following the apex court judgment, on five counts: psychiatry, height, appendage (bone structure), physical and eye and ear.
- The EOL report has calculated its overall scores on the basis of four parameters: quality of life, economic ability, sustainability and citizen perception.
- Bengaluru, India’s technology capital, is an economic powerhouse on account of the presence of some of the world’s largest corporations.
- K Surendran, the state BJP president who made the original announcement claimed he was quoted out of context.
- The biosphere reserve spread over an area of 5569 sq km contributes 38% of the total protected area network in Odisha. It is also one of the oldest tiger reserves in the country having the largest zone of Sal trees.
- For the first time, junior commissioned officers (JCOs) and jawans are taking part in the top conference, as reported by Hindustan Times on Wednesday.
- According to the IMD's forecast, Friday and Saturday may see higher daytime temperatures that could rise to 39 degrees Celsius.
- A police officer said that the complainant's status as witness in the case of alleged sexual exploitation against former minister Ramesh Jarkiholi is also unclear.