Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh has ordered immediate ban by respective District Commissioners on the telecast of the TV serial ‘Ram-Siya Ke Luv-Kush’. The order has been issued after a person was shot at during protest held by Valmiki community against the TV serial, earlier today
One person died in the fire accident that broke out at a godown in Delhi's Punjabi Bagh earlier today. Cooling operation still underway.
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Mumbai Police: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) authorities have indicated intense spells of rain for the next 4 hours in Mumbai & other coastal districts. Considering weather conditions, we request 'Mumbaikars' to take adequate precautions & ensure safety.
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chief, K Sivan: In total, the #Chandrayaan2 mission is very close to 100% success.
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chief, K Sivan: Right now the communication is lost, we will try to establish a link for the next 14 days.
ISRO Chief K Sivan: PM is a source of inspiration & support for us. His speech gave us motivation. In his speech,the special phrase that I noted was, "Science should not be looked for results,but for experiments & experiments will lead to results."
BEST will be deploying extra buses in Mumbai in out to serve more people in the city. Since the Ganesh Chaturthi festival is going on and the Mount Mary Fair 2019, Bandra will begin on Sunday, September 8, the city the maximum city will be witnessing huge crowds. Here are the routes where frequency will be increased.
Delhi: A 26-year-old woman Sonakshi Garg committed suicide today by jumping before a metro at Model Town Metro Station. Police has found a suicide note from the site of accident.
New Delhi, September 7: In a case of so near yet so far, the Chandrayaan 2 mission ended being unsuccessful, despite being in contact barely 2.1 km away from the moon's surface. While the shortfall left the Indian scientific community disappointed, Prime Minister Narendra Modi lifted the spirit of ISRO scientists, saying that the nation will always remain indebted for their efforts. Stay tuned here for the live breaking news and updates from India and across the world.
"In our illustrious history, we have faced moments that may have slowed us but they have never crushed our spirit. We have bounced back again and gone on to do spectacular things. This is the reason why our civilization stands tall," Modi said.
Meanwhile, Pakistan has continued to sabre-rattle against India, with the country's Prime Minister Imran Khan threatening to go to "any extent" to "liberate" the people of Jammu & Kashmir. "For Pakistan, Kashmir stands as its jugular vein. Altering its status poses challenges to Pakistan’s security and integrity,” Khan said.
On the sporting front, Sri Lanka's veteran pacer Lasith Malinga drew applause from cricket fans as he clinched a four-ball-four-wicket against New Zealand in the T20 encounter between the sides on Friday. Malinga's scathing performance with the bowl guided Lanka to a 37-run victory over the Kiwis.