Latest News! Chandrayaan 2 successfully completes fourth orbit-raising manoeuvre, says ISRO

External Affairs Minister Dr. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar meets US Secretary of State, Michael Pompeo in Bangkok -- ANI

Thailand: Foreign Ministers pose for a group picture at 9th East Asia Summit Foreign Ministers' Meeting, in Bangkok.

9th East Asia Summit Foreign Ministers' Meeting, in Bangkok.

Source: ANI

Unnao rape survivor accident case: Solicitor General says . Lawyer for family says she can be shifted once she is stable'

Family of victim was to inform about shifting her and they said victim is completely unconscious and let her remain in the hospital in Lucknow.

Source: ANI

Unnao rape case: SC defers hearing for Monday, orders shifting of victim's uncle from Raebareli jail to Tihar

Supreme Court has deferred hearing on Unnao rape case for Monday. The SC has ordered the immediate transfer of rape survivor's uncle from Rae Bareli jail to Tihar jail in Delhi

Source: ANI/ PTI

Home Minister Amit Shah in Rajya Sabha: Chidambaram ji asked why to name an individual as a terrorist when the organization they are affiliated to is already banned.

It is because we ban one org, another one comes up by same individuals. Till when will we keep banning orgs? #UAPA

Source: ANI

Voting begins in Rajya Sabha on Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act(UAPA) amendments-- ANI

Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act(UAPA) amendment, 2019 passed in Rajya Sabha---- ANI

Delhi: Resident doctors protest against NMC Bill 2019

Delhi: Resident doctors protest against Faculty Association of All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) alleging that they are not taking a stand on National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill 2019. Doctors are protesting against various provisions of the Bill.

(Source: ANI)

Hearing of Ayodhya land case to begin from August 6; CJI says hearing to be conducted on day-to-day basis

Ayodhya land case: CJI says, 'The hearing of the case will be on a day-to-day basis, hearing to begin from August 6th.'

(Source: ANI)

83% of local people who pick up weapons had record of stone-pelting: Lt General KJS Dhillon

Lt General KJS Dhillon in Srinagar:We had done in-depth analysis of terrorism in Kashmir. 83% of local people who pick up weapons had record of stone-pelting.I request all mothers,if today your child throws stones at security forces for Rs 500 then he'll become terrorist tomorrow.

(Source: ANI)

Mumbai Rains: Waterlogging reported at Chunabhatti following heavy rains

Mumbai: Waterlogging in Chunabhatti area following heavy rainfall.

(Source: ANI)

We're getting inputs that violence levels are likely to be increased by militants: DG JK Police Dilbag Singh

Dilbag Singh, DG JK Police on being asked about the increase in troop numbers in Jammu & Kashmir: We had been into a number of activities since last few months. Our troops that have been deployed did not get a chance to relax for a while. We're getting inputs that violence levels are likely to be increased by militants. So, we've tried to strengthen grid on ground.Also,we've been told that troops must get time to relax.This is time for turnover.But grid will be in as much active form as required.

(Source: ANI)

Lok Sabha passes the Jallianwala Bagh National Memorial (Amendment) Bill, 2019.

Jammu & Kashmir: Terror cache busted by security forces

Jammu & Kashmir: The Pakistan Ordnance factory anti-personnel mine recovered from a terror cache busted by security forces.

(Source: ANI)

Amarnath Yatra may be cut short due to security reasons: J&K govt

J&K govt issues security advisory in the interest of #AmarnathYatra pilgrims and tourists, "that they may curtail their stay in the Valley immediately and take necessary measures to return as soon as possible", keeping in view the latest intelligence inputs of terror threats.

(Source: ANI)

Chandrayaan 2 successfuly completes fourth orbit-raising maneuver, says ISRO

ISRO: Today marks the successful completion of the fourth orbit-raising maneuver. The last Earthbound maneuver is planned on August 6, 2019.

(Source: ANI)

Vadodara rains: Water in city starts to recede

Shalini Agarwal, District Magistrate, #Vadodara: The level of water in Vishwamitri river is going down, water in the city is also receding. Bridges have been opened for vehicular traffic. Electricity & water supply is being restored. SDRF & NDRF teams are deployed for evacuation. Health& cleanliness campaigns are being taken up in the city. There were 4 deaths due to wall collapse & 2 due to rainfall. We have 13 teams for rescue of crocodiles, 4 were rescued today and 2 were rescued yesterday. #Gujarat

(Source: ANI)

Water logging in parts of Vadodara following heavy rainfall in the region.

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