No proposal to reintroduce NJAC bill, Kiren Rijiju declares in Rajya Sabha | India News

NEW DELHI: The Centre has no proposal at present to reintroduce the now scrapped National Judicial Appointments Commission bill, law minister Kiren Rijiju said in a written response to a question raised by Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge in Rajya Sabha on Thursday. This even as, in the Lower House a TMC member accused the central …

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FIFA World Cup 2022: Netherlands, Argentina meet again with World Cup history in the air | Football News

DOHA: Merely a glance at their iconic orange or blue and white striped shirts is enough to evoke memories of World Cups past and more history will surely be written on Friday when the Netherlands face Argentine in their quarter-final. Argentina have the pride that comes from being two-times world champions while the Netherlands carry …

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Government must not let anyone go to bed hungry, says Supreme Court | India News

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday said the Centre and state governments must target elimination of hunger, even while praising their ‘excellent’ work during the pandemic period to feed the poor and migrant workers. Taking stock of registration of workers, mostly migrants, in the unorganised sector on the eShram portal, a bench of Justices …

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FIFA World Cup 2022: Brazil beat South Korea, dedicate victory to ailing Pele | Football News

Brazil scampered to a 4-1 win over South Korea on Monday to storm into the quarterfinals of the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar, and the players, led by Neymar, paid tribute to the legend Pele, who watched the game from a Sao Paulo hospital while getting treatment for a complication in his fight with …

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Watch: Neymar doppelganger attracts a lot of attention at FIFA World Cup in Qatar | Football News

NEW DELHI: While the real Neymar was recovering from an injury at the FIFA World Cup, his doppelganger attracted a lot of attention making appearances impersonating the Brazilian footballer in Qatar. Eigon Oliveira, who calls himself “Neymar’s doppelganger,” was going back home after a short yet tumultuous stint in Qatar. It’s very hard to spot …

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Mallikarjun Kharge calls for ‘top to bottom’ accountability at key Congress meet | India News

NEW DELHI: Leading the first meeting of the Congress steering committee since he took charge as Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge on Sunday cracked the whip on party leaders, pushed for organisational accountability from “top to bottom”, and said those who do not measure up to the responsibilities assigned to them must make way for others, …

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CID reunion moments with Shivaji Satam, Dayanand Shetty and the cast: Here’s what they are doing now

For over two decades, CID entertained fans with over 1500 thrilling and action-packed episodes. CID premiered in 1998 and lasted until late 2018. Fans, on the other hand, continue to watch old episodes. The show’s cast, which included Shivaji Satam (ACP Pradyuman), Dayanand Shetty, Aditya Srivastava, Dinesh Phadnis, Narendra Gupta, Hrishikesh Pandey, and Shraddha Musale, …

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Spanish police believe origin of letter bombs was city of Valladolid: Source

MADRID: Spanish police said six letter bombs sent to high profile targets in recent days appeared to have been posted from the northern city of Valladolid, a source close to the investigation told Reuters on Saturday. The devices were sent to targets including Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, the Ukrainian Embassy in Madrid, government offices, a …

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‘More than 2 million’: How many people might die if China ends Zero-Covid policy?

NEW DELHI: Starting last weekend, China has witnessed its most widespread demonstrations since Tiananmen Square protests in 1989. The protests were sparked by people’s frustrations over China’s continued Zero-Covid policy and strict lockdowns amid global relaxations. Although daily coronavirus cases are near all-time highs in China, anti-Covid protests have forced authorities to start relaxing lockdown …

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