Terrorism, extremism have started to consume those who long practised it: EAM Jaishankar
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Without naming China, Jaishankar flagged concerns over “weaponisation” of economic activity and how access to raw materials or even stability of tourism are being utilised to exert political pressure.
IMD Forecasts Monsoon's Arrival in Kerala Around May 31st
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As of now, the southwest monsoon is projected to progress over the South Andaman Sea and portions of the Southeast Bay of Bengal and the Nicobar Islands by Sunday, May 19.
Supreme Court Ruling: ED can't arrest Accused Post Special Court's Cognizance of Money Laundering Complaint
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"After affording the accused an opportunity to be heard, the Special Court is required to decide on the application, providing concise justifications for its decision. The court may grant custody only if it finds that custodial interrogation is indispensable," elucidated the Bench, which also included Justice Ujjal Bhuyan.
High-Level Discussions on Afghanistan: Putin's Key Aide Visits New Delhi
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Kabulov is the Special Presidential Envoy for Afghanistan and heads the Second Asian Department in the Russian Foreign Ministry. He has visited the capital at an interesting time when India and Iran have just agreed on the Chabahar port and the Narendra Modi government is looking to integrate it with its ambitious plan for an International North-South Transport Corridor project. 
Home Ministry Issues Inaugural Citizenship Certificates under CAA to 14 Recipients
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Union Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla personally handed over these certificates to the recipients in the capital city, as stated in an official press release by the MHA.
India Mourns: Tribute to Retired Colonel Kale's Loss in Gaza
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Col Kale, who had taken premature retirement from the Indian Army in 2022, was on a mission with another DSS colleague to the European Hospital in Rafah when the UN vehicle they were travelling in came under attack on Monday morning. While Col Kale died in the attack, the identity of the other person, who has been badly injured, is not known.
Supreme Court Directs Release of NewsClick Editor Amid UAPA case
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The bench of Justice B.R. Gavai held that the arrest and further detention of Purkayastha were illegal, as the police failed to furnish a written copy of the grounds of arrest, even before the remand order was passed on 4 October 2023. The bench held that this infirmity rendered the entire arrest illegal and would suffice to set at liberty the appellant.
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