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Assam Flood Crisis Deepens: Death Toll Reaches 90 Amid Widespread Destruction

The flood situation in Assam remains critical, with seven more deaths reported, bringing the total death toll to 90, according to the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA). The state continues to grapple with severe flooding, affecting millions and submerging vast areas of land. Recent Fatalities: The latest fatalities include five individuals who perished in…

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INDIA Bloc Wins Majority in Assembly Bypolls, BJP Takes Key Seat in Madhya Pradesh

The INDIA bloc has emerged victorious in eight of the 13 Assembly seats contested in the recent bypoll elections. This performance has posed a significant challenge to the ruling BJP-led NDA. In Himachal Pradesh, Chief Minister Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu’s wife, Kamlesh Thakur, made her political debut by winning the Dehra seat as a Congress candidate….

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Sudarsan Pattnaik Wins Prestigious Golden Sand Master Award in Russia

Sudarsan Pattnaik, a globally renowned sand artist and recipient of the prestigious Padma Shri, has achieved yet another milestone in his illustrious career. Known for his intricate and thought-provoking sand sculptures, Pattnaik has once again made India proud on the international stage. Internationally acclaimed sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik has added another feather to his accolade-heavy…

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KP Sharma Oli Claims Premiership Amidst Political Turmoil in Nepal

Prachanda Resigns After Losing Trust Vote Pushpa Kamal Dahal, known as Prachanda, resigned as Prime Minister of Nepal after losing a vote of confidence in Parliament. This was his fifth trust vote, reflecting ongoing political instability in the Himalayan nation. Following Prachanda’s resignation, KP Sharma Oli of the Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist–Leninist) staked…

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ED’s arrest policy: Supreme Court Calls for Uniform Arrest Policy Under PMLA

On Friday, the Supreme Court raised significant concerns about the Enforcement Directorate’s (ED) arrest policy under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). The court highlighted a notable discrepancy: out of 1,142 prosecution complaints filed, only 513 arrests have been made. This gap prompted the court to question whether the ED has a consistent policy…

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Supreme Court Affirms Homemaker’s Rights: Emphasizes Duties of Married Men

Supreme Court says Indian married men must financially empower wives ·       Court dismisses man’s plea against paying interim maintenance ·       Court says financial empowerment secures homemaker’s position in family Financial Empowerment for Homemakers On Tuesday, the Supreme Court made a significant observation regarding the financial responsibilities of married men towards their homemaker wives. The court emphasized that…

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Modi and Putin Push for Rupee-Ruble Trade Settlement: A New Era of Economic Cooperation

Strengthening Bilateral Trade During Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Moscow, India and Russia agreed to advance their bilateral trade settlement using national currencies. This move aims to promote economic cooperation and reduce dependency on the US dollar. Russia’s Charge d’Affaires, Roman Babushkin, highlighted this as a significant point in the India-Russia joint statement….

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China Ready to Collaborate with India on Border Issues: Wang Yi to Ajit Doval

A Call for Cooperation Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has expressed China’s willingness to work with India’s National Security Advisor Ajit Doval to address and manage the ongoing border issues between the two countries. This comes amid the prolonged border row in eastern Ladakh. Wang conveyed his readiness in a congratulatory message to Doval on…

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Indian-Origin Doctor Performs UAE’s First Paediatric Living Liver Transplant: A Life-Saving Milestone

A Groundbreaking Surgery In a remarkable medical achievement, an Indian-origin doctor has successfully performed the first paediatric living liver transplant in the UAE. The groundbreaking procedure was conducted on four-year-old Razia Khan, who was born in Abu Dhabi and diagnosed with a rare genetic liver condition called Progressive Familial Intrahepatic Cholestasis type 3 (PFIC). The…

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