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Maharashtra: Matheran toy train to have four extra runs on weekends
Four additional shuttle services will operate on Aman Lodge-Matheran section of Neral-Matheran narrow gauge line on weekends, a release issued by the CR stated.
Deputy CM Yumnam Joykumar Singh expelled from National People's Party
In an order issued by NPP Manipur unit general secretary (admin), Thongkam Haokip said Joykumar Singh has been expelled "on the recommendation of the Disciplinary Committee (of the ...
India, Mexico share common vision on rules-based international order: Mexican envoy
Mexico will join India as a non-permanent member of the U...
China says 'package solution' needed for UNSC expansion due to enormous divisions
The G4 grouping comprising India, Japan, Germany and Brazil on Wednesday expressed their concern over lack of any "meaningful" forward movement on long-pending reform of the UN Security Council (UNSC) and demanded "urgency" on the issue.
Post Quad Foreign Ministers’ meet, India-United States to step up bilateral engagements
New Delhi is expected to host the next edition of 2 + 2 Ministerial (Foreign and Defence Ministers’) meet at the end of October amid election season in the United States, with both sides displaying commitment to the strategic partnership, it is learnt.
United Nations Security Council to meet on post-COVID-19 global security threats
Abarry said the meeting "on post-COVID-19 global governance in relation to the maintenance of international peace and security" will address traditional security threats such as conflicts but also crime and pandemics as well as "adjustments" to the current international system.
Lloyds Banking Group cuts 1,070 jobs: Union Unite
The union said the lender was also creating 329 roles. Lloyds could not immediately be reached for comment.
BJP is trying to polarise on religious lines: Jitendra Singh, AICC general secretary
AICC general secretary and in-charge of Assam, Jitendra Singh said, “Polarisation on religious lines is the brand of politics which BJP wants to do. They (BJP) are out to destroy the brotherhood prevailing in the state."
China vows 'proper' response to United States armed drones sale to Taiwan
Just last week, the administration approved plans for a $2.37 billion sale of Harpoon missile systems to Taiwan. That came hours after Beijing had announced sanctions on U.S. defense contractors, including Boeing, the lead contractor on the Harpoon deal, over a previous weapons deal.
Indian teenager named by UN to 2020 Class of Young Leaders for Sustainable Development Goals
Udit Singhal, an 18-year-old boy from India has been named by the United Nations to the 2020 cohort of young leaders for the Sustainable Development Goals, the highest profile recognition opportunity at the world body for youngsters who are leading efforts to combat the world's most pressing issues.
India warns against securitisation of environmental issues
India has cautioned against 'securitisation' of environmental issues, saying linking up everything related to environmental degradation to peace and security does neither address climate concerns meaningfully nor does it ensure that real perpetrators adhere to their commitments on environmental issues.
RSS-affiliate Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh to hold nation-wide protest on Oct 28 over labour codes
The biggest central trade union has raised objections to some of the provisions of the Industrial Relations Code and the Code in Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions.
Narendra Modi congratulates JDU's Sunil Kumar for Bihar Lok Sabha bypoll win
"I congratulate Shri Sunil Kumar Ji on his win and wish him the very best for his Parliamentary tenure. I also laud the efforts of the NDA family that worked hard on the ground," Modi added.
Taliban call on President-elect Joe Biden to stick to US troop withdrawal deal
Outgoing U.S. President Donald Trump had made ending the war in Afghanistan a major campaign promise and had said in a Tweet in October that troops could be out of Afghanistan by Christmas, though officials such as his national security advisor have said that they were working to the May 2021 deadline.
Nations long targeted by US chide Trump's claims of fraud
Across the world, many were scratching their heads Friday wondering if those assertions could truly be coming from the president of the United States, the nation considered one of the world's most emblematic democracies.