#Bandh AP bandh tomorrow: Normal life to be hit as support pours in #Bandh Motor strike: Normal life hit in Kerala, public vehicles including keep off roads #Bandh Fuel price hike: Odisha bandh affects normal life, educational institutes closed #Bandh Farmers' Protest: What is 'chakka jam' that farmers have announced for Saturday? #Bandh Coimbatore: Bandh called by Hindu, Muslim outfits postponed on March 7 #Bandh Karnataka bandh today: No Ola, Uber, autos, how to travel in Bengaluru today For Quick Alerts Subscribe Now India - 11,173,761 | World - 116,207,995 View Sample For Quick Alerts ALLOW NOTIFICATIONS For Daily Alerts Just In 14 min ago India on track to achieving climate goals: PM Modi at CERAWeek 2021 29 min ago Actor Mithun Chakraborty may join BJP at PM Modi's Kolkata rally on Mar 7 31 min ago Nearly 14 lakh inoculated ... » Learn More about AP bandh today: Normal life likely to be hit
The IMD has predicted that the temperature will remain high on Saturday as well After experiencing a scorching Wednesday, there was no respite for Mumbaikars as temperatures remained high on Friday. As per reports in Regional Meteorological Centre Mumbai, the city recorded a maximum temperature of 38.1 degrees Celcius. The temperature was recorded at the Santacruz Station. While in the Colaba station, the maximum temperature is recorded at 38.8 degrees Celcius. Meanwhile, in Thane, the temperature recorded stood at 37 degrees Celcius on Friday. Read: Mumbai City Latest Updates IMD Mumbai chief KS Hosalikar tweeted, “Mumbai Santacruz IMD Automatic Weather Station indicating temperature variations in last 2 days. Blue line of 4 March and green is today's till 14.30 hrs. Today also city's max temperature is around 38 Deg C as forecasted by @RMC_Mumbai. Please take care and watch for updates.” Mumbai Santacruz IMD Automatic Weather Station indicating temperature ... » Learn More about Mumbai Weather: Mercury rises to 38.1 degrees Celcius in the city today
MATHURA: Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra will attend a 'Kisan Mahapanchayat' in Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday. Mathura is considered to be a stronghold of the Jat community in the state. The meeting to be held on Tuesday was rescheduled due to the demise of Congress leader Captain Satish Sharma on February 19. Today's meeting is in continuation of a series of ''Kisan Panchayat'' that the party is organising in 27 districts of Western Uttar Pradesh against the farm laws, even as the agitation of farmers continued at Delhi borders 90th day. The Congress leader, while addressing the 'Kisan Mahapanchayat' in Muzaffarnagar district on February 20, had lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over farmers' protest against the farm laws. "In our old stories, kings and queens became arrogant after they won power. After becoming Prime Minister twice, the PM is also showing arrogance," she said. "The Central government should respect the ... » Learn More about Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra to attend ‘Kisan Mahapanchayat’ in Mathura today
From NCTC to GST and from economic reforms to targeted subsidies/entitlements, the political need is leadership in Sardar Patel's mold that can engage, negotiate, build trust and confidence where possible, awe and overwhelm when necessary, feels Shashi Shekhar. T he proposed National Centre for Counter-Terrorism is as much a casualty of politics as it is a casualty of the central government's singular failure -- the inability to negotiate interests across stakeholders to forge a consensus. It is bizarre that anyone in the UPA seriously thought that the mere mechanical act of circulating a memo would produce a consensus on the NCTC. It perhaps is a reflection of the deep cynicism underlying the political inertia within the UPA when it went about the mechanical act of holding a discussion on NCTC knowing fully well a breakthrough was unlikely. Who in their right mind would expect a forum that is more about talking than any listening to produce a consensus of any sorts? While ... » Learn More about Why India needs a Sardar Patel today
New Delhi: The farmers protesting the Centre's three farm laws will block the 135-km-long Western Peripheral Expressway for five hours on Saturday to mark 100 days of the stir. The call to block the expressway is a part of the strategy to intensify the ongoing protest which had begun on November 26. According to a statement issued by Samyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM), thousands of farmers will block the expressway between 11 AM and 4 PM. "March 6 will mark the 100th day of the farmers' protest on the borders of Delhi. On that day, there will be a 5-hour blockade on the KMP Expressway connecting various protest sites. The blockade will be between 11 AM and 4 PM and no toll will be collected at the toll plazas during this time," farmer leader Balvir Singh Rajewal said. Those protesting at Singhu border will reach Kundli and block the toll plazas falling on the way while farmers from Ghazipur and Tikri borders will block Dasna and Bahadurgarh toll plaza, respectively. Those sitting ... » Learn More about Farmers to block Western Peripheral Expressway for 5 hours today to mark 100th day of protest
The Budget session of the Maharashtra legislature will begin on Monday under the shadow of a surge in COVID-19 cases in the State, and is likely to be a stormy affair with the opposition BJP expected to corner the government over various issues. The 10-day session will have eight working days and the Budget will be tabled on March 8. Bills pertaining to departments such as Revenue, Higher Education and Home are likely to be taken up. A draft of the Shakti Act, which provides for strict punishment for crime against women and children, is under consideration of a joint select committee of both Houses. The Budget session is normally held for six weeks, but in view of the current pandemic situation, it has been curtailed. The BJP recently alleged that the Uddhav Thackeray-led Maha Vikas Aghadi government was trying to curtail the session on the pretext of the novel coronavirus situation to run away from a debate on its “failures”. However, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Anil ... » Learn More about 10-day Maharashtra Budget session from today
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A growing number of youngsters aspire to be social media influencers for fame and fortune. But experts warn about a narcissitic trend that can be devastating for youths. Wang Yuke reports from Hong Kong. If Hong Kong's big-time fortune tellers can strike gold by amassing a huge following over time, there's a group of young go-getters trying to take a leaf out of their book — social media influencers. But the luck and instinct that may guarantee one's success in any field of endeavor simply don't fall from the sky. It could be a make-it-or-break-it move. Kenson, 10, is nothing short of a toy influencer in Hong Kong despite his tender age. "I often come across strangers recognizing me on the street. They would leap at me, excitedly shout out my name and ask for selfies," says Kenson shyly. "I was happy about it but it, somehow, set me on edge." While many young YouTubers wallow in stardom and the glee of being lionized, being a household name is not on Kenson's priority list. ... » Learn More about Wallowing in stardom or a minefield?
New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday (March 3, 2021) said that new opportunities are growing for the students and young scientists with a constant focus on higher education, research and innovation. PM Modi said, "India is among the world's top 50 innovative countries in the Global Innovation Index and is doing better continuously. With the sustained promotion of higher education, research and innovation, new opportunities for our students and young scientists are developing very much. And the good thing is that there is satisfactory growth in the participation of daughters in R&D." The Prime Minister's comments came during his address at a webinar on effective implementation of Budget provisions regarding the education sector. Discussing the steps taken in this year’s Budget for the education sector. https://t.co/2WpBqIAdFL — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) March 3, 2021 He stated that the second biggest focus after health in this year's ... » Learn More about New opportunities growing for students, young scientists with focus on higher education, research, innovation: PM Narendra Modi