Kannauj: A bus carrying 50 passengers catches fire after collision with a truck on GT Road. Fire tenders have rushed to the spot.  More details awaited.

Tamil Nadu: State government has announced that Jallikattu competitions will be held from January 15 to 31 in Madurai district.

Tamil Nadu: State government has announced that Jallikattu competitions will be held from January 15 to 31 in Madurai district.

Delhi Police: Case registered for violation of Section-144 and for obstruction of government duty, during protest by JNU students yesterday.

Congress on Delhi Police Press Conference: Delhi Police's credibility and their involvement are now being questioned given the shoddy probe on the violence on JNU students.

WATCH Kailash Vijayvargiya,BJP Gen Secy in-charge of West Bengal: Aapne (Govt officials) agar karyakartaon ko pareshan kiya toh BJP ke karyakartaon aur netaon ne koi choodi nahi pehen rakhi hai.Hum sharafat se kaam karte hain iska matlab ye nahi ki humein maryada thorhna ni aata

Balochistan: Three persons, including a police officer, killed and 13 injured in a blast inside a mosque in Quetta today.

Government Revokes Detention Warrants Issued Against 26 Persons Under Jammu & Kashmir Public Safety Act.

Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah today inaugurated the Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre (I4C) functioning under the Ministry of Home Affairs.

Delhi: Students of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) hold protest in the campus against January 5 JNU Violence.

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Mumbai, January 10: House of Representatives approved war powers resolution to limit US President Donald Trump's ability to pursue military action against Iran. On Thursday, Madame Tussauds removed Prince Harry, Meghan's waxworks from Royal family set.

Accenture Managing Director Rama Ramachandran pulled out of an event planned by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) amid social media outrage. The tech professional had drawn criticism on social media after the RSS had, on Tuesday, listed him as an invitee of the "Resurgent Bharath" event in Chennai next month.

Union Minister Smriti Irani on Thursday attacked Bollywood actor Deepika Padukone for visiting the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on January 7. Irani said that it is Padukone’s freedom to stand next to people who say "Bharat ke tukde honge”. She further expressed her interest in wanting to know the political affiliation of the Bollywood actor.

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