Brexit talks are set to enter a decisive phase with chief negotiators admitting there are “significant divergences.” British PM Boris Johnson and EU chief Ursula von der Leyen are still hoping to break the deadlock.
Russian Su-27/30 and MiG-29 make top ten list of active combat aircraft, report shows
Trump administration sanctions 14 Chinese officials over Hong Kong.
24 Political Parties support Bharat bandh today.
Salma Agha’s daughter Zara Khan has reportedly received rape threats and registered a case at a local police station in northern Mumbai, India. Zara Khan, who worked in various Indian movies, has received many abusive messages on her Instagram account. The veteran actress’s daughter, who is also a singer, was allegedly trolled by a student from Hyderabad on social media.
Farm leaders urge non-political support for Bharat bandh, Modi backs Macron in fight against terror.
Farm leaders urge non-political support for Bharat bandh
On the eve of the Bharat bandh, farmer leaders tried to find a balance between highlighting Opposition endorsement of the nationwide strike call as a sign of the widening support for their movement, and refuting the government’s accusation that the protests have now been hijacked by vested political interests.
Modi backs Macron in fight against terror
Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to French Prime Minister Emmanuel Macron on Monday night, offering India’s support to France on fighting terrorism, and also invited Mr. Macron to visit Delhi.
U.S. designates Pak., China as countries of particular concern for violation of religious freedom
The U.S. will continue to work tirelessly to end religiously motivated abuses and persecution around the world, says Mike Pompeo
Boris Johnson to head to Brussels for crucial Brexit talks
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the head of the European Commission plan to meet in person to see whether a last minute trade deal can be hammered out, official said Monday.
Reforms measures incorporated in farm laws recommended by panel during Cong tenure, say Govt sources
Government sources on Monday said reforms measures incorporated in three new farm sector legislations were recommended by a Bhupinder Singh Hooda-led committee in 2010 when the Congress was in power.
Impact of Rajini’s entry will be similar to MGR’s, says Gurumurthy
S. Gurumurthy, the 71-year-old political commentator and editor of Tamil magazine, Thuglaq, is emphatic in his assertion that though Rajinikanth and the AIADMK founder M.G.Ramachandran are not alike, the impact of their entry into politics could be similar.
Biden names key players to COVID-19 response, plans more Cabinet nominations this week
President-elect Joe Biden picked California Attorney General Xavier Becerra for secretary of health and human services as he prepares his administration’s response to the raging coronavirus pandemic and said he would name more Cabinet nominees later this week.
U.K. gears up to become first country to roll out coronavirus vaccine
Britain geared up to become the first country to roll out the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine on Tuesday, as southern California locked down 20 million people to ease the burden on hospitals struggling with record cases.
Vaccines offer hope but just relying on the vaccine is not advised: AIIMS Professor
With health experts stating that a COVID-19 vaccine could be just around the corner Neeraj Nischal, Associate Professor of Medicine, All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) warns that “seeing the vaccine as a magic bullet is fraught with danger”.
After SII, Bharat Biotech seeks DCGI approval for Covaxin
After pharma majors Pfizer and Serum Institute of India (SII), Hyderabad-based Bharat Biotech International Ltd on Monday sought emergency use authorisation from the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) for its COVID-19 vaccine, Covaxin.
CPI(M) holds campaign in support of Bharat Bandh in Vizag
South Korea to buy coronavirus vaccines for 44 million people.
Poverty soars among Syrian refugees in Lebanon