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Nearly 600 trains canceled between Bharat and Bandh today

At least 595 trains have been canceled across the country during the day amid ongoing protests against the center’s new recruitment scheme ‘Agnipath’ and the ongoing Bharat Bandh on the issue. Read More

China’s oil imports from Russia jump 55% year-on-year: data

China’s crude oil imports from Russia rose to record highs in May, Customs data showed Monday, with Beijing boosting oil purchases amid Western sanctions on Moscow over Ukraine’s invasion. Read Much more

‘Go back, score a run. There is still plenty of time for comeback: Kaif says strong message to X-factor player after snubbing India

Four years ago in 2018, Prithvi Shaw – who is going through a phase of becoming a boy-boy but still has the charm of a 17-year-old boy – left the coast of New Zealand for the Under-19 World Cup. He returned from the Trans-Tasman Nation with his rise to fame, leading the team to the prestigious award. Read More

Rasika Dugal cries all night after watching her KISSA movie: ‘I thought I did a bad job.

Rasika Dugal has worked on projects, genres and platforms. The actor, who is rich in movies and web shows, has also recently appeared in short films. Her short film The Miniaturist of Junagadh shared screen space with her mentor Nasiruddin Shah. Read More

Gynecologist on tips for safe abortion; Must and should not remember

Abortion for married and unmarried women is legal in India for 24 weeks under the Pregnancy Medical Termination (Amendment) Act 2021. Pregnancy termination in India has recently been increased to 20 to 24 weeks in special cases. Read More

‘Unpleasant reforms but …’: Prime Minister Modi amid firefighting protests across India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday that many decisions and reforms seem unpleasant but the whole country will benefit from it. The Prime Minister did not name the countrywide protests against Agnipath, the Armed Forces recruitment project. View


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