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Over 1,000 died in Turkey, Syria after a powerful earthquake

More than 1,000 people have died and more than 6,530 have been injured in Turkey and Syria after an earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale.

Rahul Gandhi said in the Parliament premises that the government does not want Adani to be discussed in the Parliament.

Rahul Gandhi said in the Parliament complex on Monday, I have been speaking about the government for a long time that ‘Hum Do, Hamare Do’. The government is scared that Adani ji may not be discussed in the Parliament.

Ricky Cage wins third Grammy Award, victory celebration being celebrated in Bengaluru

Indian musician Ricky Kej has won the Grammy Award for the third time. His success is being celebrated in his hometown Bengaluru.

Mumbai Police bans drones and gliders for 24 hours on February 10

Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s day-long visit to Mumbai on February 10, police have banned the use of drones, paragliders and remotely piloted microlight aircraft, all kinds of balloons, kites at various places in the city.

Indian Youth Congress protests demanding a probe into the Adani scam

The Indian Youth Congress today protested at Jantar Mantar demanding an inquiry into the Adani scam under the leadership of Youth Congress National President Srinivas BV. On this occasion, the speakers said that it has been 13 days since the report related to the rigging of the Adani Group, but the BJP government has not uttered a single word. The silence persists.

Opposition parties uproar over demand for JPC on Adani issue – proceedings of Lok Sabha adjourned for the day

On the issue of the investigation of Hindenburg and Adani Group, for the third consecutive day in Parliament, the ruckus of the opposition parties continued. Due to uproar and sloganeering, no work could be done in the Lok Sabha on Monday.

Supreme Court gets five new judges

The Supreme Court got five new judges on Monday. Chief Justice of India D.Y. Chandrachud told Justices Pankaj Mithal, Sanjay Karol, P.V. Sanjay Kumar, Ahsanuddin Amanullah and Manoj Mishra were sworn in as Supreme Court judges.

Indian Railways launches new service, now order food online through WhatsApp

Indian Railways PSU, Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited (IRCTC) has launched e-Catering services through its e-Catering App Food on Track along with a specially developed website www.catering.irctc.co.in have started.

Eight killed in an avalanche in Austria

Eight people, including a Chinese national, have died in separate incidents of avalanches in western Austria since Friday. The Austrian police has given this information.

World Athletics approves applications of six Russians

The World Athletics Doping Review Board (DRB) has approved the applications of six Russian athletes to compete in international competitions as Neutral Athletes (ANA). At the same time, the Russian National Federation (RusAF) remains suspended.

Italy’s cyber agency warns of major global attack

Italy’s national cyber security agency has warned organizations to take immediate action to protect their systems, following a hacking attack on computer servers worldwide.

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