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President to visit Haryana tomorrow

President Smt. Draupadi Murmu will visit Haryana (Karnal and Hisar) tomorrow, April 24, 2023.

The President will attend the 19th convocation of the National Dairy Research Institute of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research in Karnal. The President will be graced by the 25th convocation ceremony of Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University in Hisar.

Vice President attends Sant Shri Dhanna Bhagat Jayanti celebrations in Kaithal (Haryana) as Chief Guest

The Vice President of India, Jagdeep Dhankhar and Dr Sudesh Dhankhar attended the birth anniversary celebrations of Sant Shri Dhanna Bhagat at Kaithal, Haryana today. As the helicopter could not take off due to bad weather, the Vice President travelled by road from Delhi to Dhanauri village in Kaithal where he was received by Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal and other dignitaries of the society.

First-ever census on water bodies in India

For the first time in the history of the country, the Ministry of Jal Shakti has calculated the water sources across the country. The census provides a comprehensive inventory of India’s water resources, including natural and man-made water sources such as ponds, tanks, lakes, etc., as well as collecting data on encroachments on water sources. The census also highlighted disparities between rural and urban areas and varying levels of encroachment and brought forth important information on the country’s water resources.

Puri-Gangasagar Divya Kashi Yatra Bharat Gaurav Tourist Train from 28 April 2023

Ministry of Railways has started the operation of Bharat Gaurav Tourist Trains with the objective of promoting the tourism concepts of “Dekho Apna Desh” and “Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat” envisaged by the Government of India from different parts of the country. Indian Railways has always been committed to projecting India as an attractive destination both internationally and domestically. These theme-based trains of Indian Railways have been envisaged to acquaint domestic tourists as well as international tourists with the rich cultural and religious heritage of India.

BSF handed over an old Pakistani national back to the Rangers

The Border Security Force (BSF) has handed over an elderly Pakistani national to the Pakistan Rangers in Punjab’s Ferozepur district after accidentally crossing the international border into Indian territory.

CPI to support Congress candidates on 215 seats in Karnataka elections

The Congress and the Communist Party of India (CPI) on Sunday announced their alliance for the Karnataka Assembly elections to be held on May 10. As per the understanding between the two parties, the CPI cadre will support Congress candidates in 215 out of 224 seats in the state.

PM Modi to meet Christian religious leaders in Kochi tomorrow evening

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet Christian religious leaders in Kochi on Monday evening as part of his two-day visit to Kerala.

Amritpal was brought to Dibrugarh jail amid tight security

Khalistani separatist Amritpal Singh was on Sunday brought to Assam’s Dibrugarh Central Jail amid tight security after his arrest in Punjab.

The fire broke out in two coaches of the Ratlam-Ambedkar Nagar DEMU train, all passengers safe

According to media reports, a major accident was averted in Madhya Pradesh. Two coaches of the DEMU train running between Ratlam and Indore caught fire. After this, the passengers got down from the train and reached the railway station after walking several kilometres.

A current situation ripe for military intervention: Former Pak PM Abbasi

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has warned that the country’s current economic and political crisis has all the ingredients for military intervention. Noting that the army had intervened in far less serious situations in the past, he urged top stakeholders to initiate dialogue.

The bodies of two Indian students were found drowned in a US lake

The bodies of two Indiana University students from India who went missing from a lake last week have been recovered. Media reports state that Siddhant Shah, and Aryan Vaidya, along with a group of friends, went to Lake Monroe, located about 64 miles southwest of the city of Indianapolis, on April 15, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources said in a news release. Were. While swimming, they both drowned in the lake.

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