From Indian and Chinese armies disengaging in Ladakh to a Pakistani child ‘threatening to kill’ Hindus, here are the top news items of Tuesday. Do scroll through:
Disengagement between Indian and Chinese armies to be completed today
The disengagement from the patrolling points at Galwan Valley, Hot Springs area and Gogra, which had seen significant military buildup over the last two months, comes after three rounds of commander level talks in June. Read More
Vikas Dubey’s is a classic case of the 'system' creating mob bosses
From committing his first murder in 1992 to he and his henchmen gunning down eight valiant men of the Uttar Pradesh police force, dreaded gangster Vikas Dubey has walked a long, bloody path. Read More
Why Indian army is wary of China’s current 'disengagement'
The Army has been reluctant to put out any details of the disengagement at Galwan Valley. They say it is more of an exercise to put some physical distance between Indian and Chinese troops to avoid a flare up. Read More
'Will kill all Hindus if a temple is constructed in Islamabad'
A shocking video from Pakistan has set social media platforms afire and the content of the video is generating intense debate on a number of issues. Read More
Congress demands apology from PM for comments made during all-party meet
The Congress lauded the Indian Army for "pushing back" the Chinese troops in Ladakh's Galwan Valley but demanded an apology from Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Read More
Twitter has a ball as MS Dhoni turns 39
As Mahendra Singh Dhoni turns 39, netizens have set Twitter ablaze by pouring in wishes. Read More
Your View: Should MS Dhoni enter politics?
During the 2019 General Election, there were rumours that MS Dhoni was likely to accept a ticket from the Bharatiya Janata Party. Have Your Say
Absolutely not looking at any govt role now, says KV Kamath
Rejecting speculation that he will be taking up a role in the Narendra Modi Cabinet, veteran banker KV Kamath on Tuesday said he is "absolutely not looking at any government role now'. Read More
Masks and sanitisers have been removed from 'essential commodities'
India had listed face masks and hand sanitizers as 'essential commodities' on March 14 when there was a crisis owing to people panic-buying and supply running out. Read More
CBSE to reduce Class 10 and 12 Board Exam Syllabus by 30%
The Central Board of Secondary Education or CBSE, is likely to reduce the CBSE Class 10 and 12 Board exam syllabus by 30 per cent for the academic year 2020-21. Read More