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Will leave no stone unturned to evacuate every Indian citizen from Ukraine safely: PM Modi

Sonbhadra/ Ghazipur/UP/UNI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said the massive campaign 'Operation Ganga,' launched to evacuate the stranded Indian citizens from Ukraine, reflected the growing might of India in the global arena.

Modi established PM office's credibility: Union Minister Naqvi

New Delhi/UNI: Union Minister for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Thursday said the credibility of the Prime Minister's Office was established during seven years of NDA government and alleged that until then the Prime Minister used to take advice from somewhere.

Caste politics necessity in UP, BJP ally on tie up with top backward class leaders

New Delhi: BJP ally Apna Dal (Sonelal) chief Anupriya Patel has said the inclusion of Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party (SBSP) chief Om Prakash Rajbhar back into the NDA will be favourable for the prospects of the alliance in upcoming Uttar Pradesh assembly polls.

NDA announces seat-sharing for Punjab assembly polls, BJP to contest 65 seats

New Delhi/UNI: The distribution of seats among the allies of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) was finalised on Monday for the Punjab Assembly elections.

SKM core committee to carry on with protests; demands govt talks to farmers

New Delhi/UNI: A meeting of the core committee of farmer unions under the banner of Samyukt Kisan Morcha was held on Saturday, and farmer leaders reiterated that their protest plans for the coming day remain unchanged.

Farmers have right to protest, but cannot block roads indefinitely: SC

New Delhi/UNI: The Supreme Court on Thursday said farmers have the right to protest, but they cannot block roads indefinitely.

Haryana: One member of Sikh order Nihang surrenders after severed body found in farmers' protest site

New Delhi/IBNS: A member of the warrior Sikh order Nihang surrendered on Friday after the horrific killing at a farmers' protest site at Singhu on the Haryana-Delhi border, according to media reports.

An arrest soon for body with severed wrist and foot at farmers' protest site: Haryana Police

New Delhi/IBNS: The Haryana Police said on Friday that an arrest is expected soon in the horrendous incident where the body of a man with a hand and a foot severed was found at a farmers' protest site in Haryana's Sonipat, around 30 km from Delhi, media reports said.

Punjab: BJP takes jibe at Akali Dal after farmers disrupt Sukhbir Singh Badal's event

Chandigarh/IBNS: The Punjab BJP has taken a jibe at former NDA ally, Shiromani Akali Dal, over a farmers' protest during an event organised by the regional party two days ago.

Assembly Poll: HC refuses to intervene on rejection of nomination papers of 3 NDA candidates

Kochi/UNI: In a major set back to BJP-led NDA in Kerala, the Kerala High Court on Monday refused to intervene in the Returning Officer's decision on rejection of nomination papers filed by three candidates.

Farmers call Bharat Bandh on March 26 against new farm laws

Delhi/IBNS: The farmers' unions protesting against the three new farm laws have called a Bahrat Bandh on March 26 to reassert their demand for withdrawal of the legislations. 

S Jaishankar says foreign celebrities tweeted in favour of farmers' agitation without knowing much

New Delhi/IBNS: External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has taken a dig at foreign  celebrities who have tweeted in favour of farmers' protest in India saying that they were ignorant about the matter.

Farmers block roads across India for 3 hrs to protest against new agri laws

Delhi/IBNS: The three hour countrywide blockade of national and state highways on Saturday by farmers' unions against the three new farm laws amid tight security ended peacefully, said media reports.

Agitating farmers demand reinstatement of telecommunication services at protest sites

New Delhi/IBNS: Thousands of farmers, protesting against the three contentious farm laws, have demanded restoration of phone and internet services at the protest sites, ahead of the countrywide road blockades planned on Saturday in order to intensify their agitation.

'India won't tolerate insult of tricolour, all the culprits will be punished' : Prakash Javadekar

New Delhi/IBNS: The Centre has condemned the violence at the farmers' tractor rally on Republic Day against the three contentious farm laws and promised that the culprits will be punished soon.