India-China face-off seemingly resolved diplomatically, Sonia Gandhi raises her voice and more in our top news of the day.
India, China resolve to solve ‘issues’ as soon as possible
In a telephonic conversation with External affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Wednesday, 17 June, Chinese counterpart Wang Yi said that the two countries should follow important consensus reached by their leaders. Wang emphasised that both sides should strengthen communication and coordination through existing mechanism to resolve differences. Read More
Our bravehearts attained martyrdom while giving befitting reply
India wants peace but, when provoked, has the capability to respond appropriately, Prime Minister Modi declared in no uncertain terms on Wednesday. Read More
Coronavirus outbreak: India records nearly 12,000 deaths within 100 days
The first 5,000 fatalities took 80 days, the latest 5,000 deaths came in just 17 days, with more than 2,500 being reported in the last week. Read More
India & China: how the nuclear giants stack up in military might
The standoff between Indian and Chinese armies along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) in the Eastern Ladakh region has the potential to escalate into something serious. Read More
News anchor blames Indian army for Ladakh skirmish
In the aftermath of 20 Indian soldiers and 43 Chinese troops being killed in a face-off in the Gulwan Valley in Ladakh on Monday night, a video featuring a prominent news anchor went viral on social media. Click To Watch
AAP MLA Atishi tests positive for coronavirus
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal took to Twitter to wish her speedy recovery. Read More
Your view - India-China clash: Rahul accuses PM of 'hiding', do you agree?
In the wake of as many as 20 Indian Army soldiers being killed in a ‘violent face-off’ with China at the Galwan Valley in Eastern Ladakh on Monday night, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has lashed out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Have Your Say
Sushant, the tender tree of Bollywood who couldn't survive
Bollywood is neither an industry nor a corporate house. It’s a jungle of ambition where every one wants to grow taller than the other. Read More
Sachin Tendulkar wasn't enjoying cricket, wanted to give up in 2007: Gary Kirsten
Tendulkar was made to bat in the middle order in the lead up to and during the World Cup 2007, which India exited in the group stage. Read More
Is the world ending on June 21, 2020?
A now-deleted tweet by Scientist Paolo Tagaloguin has created an online stir in which he explained why on June 21, the world would end. Read More