LIVE News Updates: 4 held for killing farmer in UP
A 50-year-old farmer was allegedly killed over property here, police said on Monday after arresting four people, including the man’s nephew and sister-in-law
4 held for killing farmer
A 50-year-old farmer was allegedly killed over property here, police said on Monday after arresting four people, including the man's nephew and sister-in-law.
The farmer had reportedly married ten times and had no child. He wanted to give away his property to a youth who used to look after him. This reportedly irked two of his relatives, who hatched a conspiracy to kill him with two other men, police said.
Senior Superintendent of Police Rohit Singh Sajwan said Jaganlal Yadav was killed on January 20.
"Police have arrested Munni Devi, the sister-in-law of the deceased, his nephew Darshan Singh, Dev Singh and Prahlad, and sent them to jail. Another accused Kalicharan is absconding," Sajwan said.
Protest will end soon, says Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar
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Security beefed up ahead of Republic Day in J&K
Security in Jammu and Kashmir was beefed up on Monday to ensure that the 72nd Republic Day functions pass off peacefully a day later in the union territory.
Although authorities maintain that security scenario is more relaxed in J&K in comparison to previous years, a multi-layered security was put in place, especially in the twin capital cities of Srinagar and Jammu, for the celebrations on Tuesday.
Random frisking of passengers and private vehicles, mobile security bunkers, makeshift checkposts, CCTV surveillance, sniffer dogs, deployment of sharpshooters atop high-rise buildings in close vicinity of the main parade venues in Jammu and Srinagar were among the arrangements made.
Our border troops committed to maintaining peace in China-Indian border region: Chinese Foreign Ministry
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Agitators protesting farm laws move towards Raj Bhawan in Mumbai, stopped by police
Maharashtra: Agitators protesting the new farm laws moving towards the Raj Bhavan (Governor's House) in Mumbai, stopped by the police
Had to face taunts, insult in presence of PM Modi at Victoria Memorial event: Mamata
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BJP should be rechristened 'Bharat Jalao Party', says WB CM Mamata Banerjee
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4 killed after truck hits motorcycle in Rajasthan
Four men were killed when their motorcycle collided with a truck in Banswara district of Rajasthan, police said on Monday.
The incident occurred on Sunday night near Katumbi Adibhit area in Ambapura.
The four Mukesh (26), his brother Sohan (20), Dilip (22) and Dinesh (26), were on their way to Banswara city when a truck hit the motorcycle.
Nepal: A rival faction of the ruling Nepal Communist Party announces the third phase of agitation against House dissolution
Puducherry minister A Namassivayam resigns from the cabinet
There was a minor face-off between Indian Army & Chinese PLA troops in Sikkim, says Indian Army
It's clarified that there was a minor face-off between Indian Army & Chinese PLA troops at Naku La, Sikkim on 20th January. It was resolved by local commanders as per established protocols: Indian Army
SC refuses to entertain a plea seeking to ensure free, fair assembly elections in Bengal
Supreme Court refuses to entertain a plea seeking to ensure free, fair assembly elections in West Bengal in 2021 and also to provide protection to the opposition leaders in the state
Mr 56 hasn’t tweeted the word china for months, Rahul taunts PM on China
China is expanding its occupation into Indian territory.
Mr 56” hasn’t said the word ‘China’ for months. Maybe he can start by saying the word ‘China’, tweeted Rahul Gandhi
Bombay High Court rejects the bail plea by Yes Bank founder Rana Kapoor in a money laundering case
Bombay High Court rejects the bail plea by Yes Bank founder Rana Kapoor in a money laundering case being investigated by Enforcement Directorate.
Troops of India and China involved in a physical brawl along LAC in Sikkim, say sources
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It is also matter of concern that Indian users are being unilaterally subjected to change in policy by WhatsApp: Centre to HC
PM is attacking our farmers, the three laws will destroy Indian agriculture, says Rahul Gandhi
The PM is attacking our farmers. He has brought 3 new laws which are going to destroy Indian agriculture & hand it over to 2-3 big industrialists. Imagine that one of the laws clearly states that farmers can't go to court to protect themselves: Rahul Gandhi, in Karur, Tamil Nadu
Our youngsters are no longer capable of getting jobs and it is not their fault: Rahul Gandhi
Our youngsters are no longer capable of getting jobs and it is not their fault. It is the fault of the actions taken by our Prime Minister: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, in Karur, Tamil Nadu.
Our biggest strength, our economy has been demolished: Rahul Gandhi
If we look at the nation & we see what PM has done over last 6 years, we see a weakened India, a divided India, an India where BJP-RSS ideology keeps spreading hatred throughout the country. Our biggest strength, our economy has been demolished: Rahul Gandhi, in Karur, Tamil Nadu
It is not mandatory to download WhatsApp on your mobile, says Delhi HC to petitioners seeking injunction against updated Whatsapp
Man tied to tree, burnt alive in UP district
In a shocking incident, a 45-year-old man was tied to a tree with barbed wires and set on fire in Sheeshgarh area of Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh, over an old enmity.
The charred body of Dharampal was found late on Saturday night and an FIR against two persons was filed on late Sunday evening.
Station House Officer (SHO) of Sheeshgarh, Rajkumar Bhardwaj, said: "Our forensic team has collected samples and we have also started investigation. The circumstantial evidence suggests the man was forcefully tied to the tree and set on fire."
Rupee rises 3 paise to 72.94 against US dollar in early trade
India reports 13,203 new COVID-19 cases, 1,06,67,736 total cases
India reports 13,203 new COVID-19 cases, 13,298 discharges and 131 deaths in last 24 hours, as per Union Health Ministry Total cases: 1,06,67,736 Active cases: 1,84,182 Total discharges: 1,03,30,084 Death toll: 1,53,470 Total vaccinated: 16,15,504
Farmers’ meet at 10 am to decide time & route of Republic Day rally
All we're saying is that we don't want to go there, we just want to go to Ring Road. We'll have a meeting with Police at 10 am today over this. It will then be decided where will we finally go. After the meeting, we'll decide the time & route of the rally: Sukhwinder Singh Sabhra
We feel that the kind of permission granted to us for tractor rally is not right, says farmer leader
We feel that the kind of permission granted to us for tractor rally is not right. We wanted to go to the old Ring Road but we were given conditional permission & assigned the portion that comes largely under Haryana: Sukhwinder Singh Sabhra, Kisan Mazdoor Sangharsh Committee
Sensex soars 346 points to 49,225 in opening trade; Nifty jumps 88 points to 14,460
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Arnab Goswami paid me Rs 40 lakh to fix ratings: Partho Dasgupta
The former CEO of Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) India, Partho Dasgupta, has claimed in a handwritten statement to Mumbai Police that he received US$12,000 from Republic TV Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami for two separate holidays and a total of Rs 40 lakh over three years, in return for manipulating ratings in favour of the news channel, according to the supplementary chargesheet filed in the TRP scam, reports Indian Express.
Fire breaks out at a guest house in Delhi after an explosion in two LPG cylinders
Delhi: Fire breaks out at a guest house in Yusuf Sarai after an explosion in two LPG cylinders at the owner's residence. The guest house and residence were located on two different floors of the same building. Three fire tenders rushed to the spot.
No casualties have been reported in the incident of fire at a guest house in Yusuf Sarai area of Delhi.
Global COVID cases surpass 99 million: Johns Hopkins
The total number of global coronavirus cases has surpassed the 99 million mark, while the deaths have surged to more than 2.12 million, according to the Johns Hopkins University.
In its latest update on Monday morning, the University's Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) revealed that the current global caseload and death toll stood at 99,152,014 and 2,128,721, respectively.
The US is the worst-hit country with the world's highest number of cases and deaths at 25,123,857 and 419,204, respectively, according to the CSSE.
India comes in second place in terms of cases at 10,654,533, while the country's death toll soared to 153,339.
Plane crash kills 4 soccer players, club president in Brazil
Four players and the president of Brazilian soccer club Palmas died in a plane crash on Sunday in the northern state of Tocantins, the team said.
The accident occurred when the plane suddenly plunged to the ground at the end of the runway while on takeoff, the club reported in a statement.
The players were on their way to Goiania, in the central region of the country, to play a match against Vila Nova.
The victims were identified as president Lucas Meira and players Lucas Praxedes, Guilherme No , Ranule and Marcus Molinari, as well as the pilot. There were no survivors, the club said.
Palmas Futebol e Regatas was founded in 1997 and plays in Brazil's fourth division.
The cause of the accident was not immediately known. The statement didn't identify the type of plane.
Dense fog at over east UP and Bihar, says IMD
Dense/very dense fog at places over east UP & Bihar, isolated pockets over Chandigarh, sub-Himalayan WB & Sikkim, Tripura & north Odisha. Moderate fog at isolated pockets over Punjab, Haryana, Delhi (Safdurjung & Palam), north MP, west UP, Assam & Meghalaya at 5:30 am today: IMD