Chandigarh Borders Witness Commencement of Farmer Protest Resembling Delhi Stir
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Organized under the Samyukta Kisan Morcha (SKM), farmer unions issued a nationwide call for this protest, coinciding with the third anniversary of the 'Dilli Chalo' movement. The focus remains on unmet demands, particularly the assurance of a minimum support price (MSP) guarantee law.
WATCH | PM Modi flies in Tejas fighter jet, calls experience 'incredibly enriching'
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"Successfully completed a sortie on the Tejas. The experience was incredibly enriching, significantly bolstering my confidence in our country's indigenous capabilities, and leaving me with a renewed sense of pride and optimism about our national potential," PM Modi shared on X while sharing snapshots of his Tejas flight.
'Inside NSG' is a gripping journey into world of Black Cat Commandos
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'Inside NSG' a 44-minute documentary, is a never-seen-before glimpse into the elite anti-terror force of India. Filmed with multiple cameras on ground and air, it is a look behind the scenes at the NSG, as a world class zero-error force.
Supreme Court Requests Centre to Provide 5 Nominees for Delhi's Chief Secretary Position by Nov 28
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The bench, led by CJI D.Y. Chandrachud, instructed Solicitor General Tushar Mehta to furnish the list of names to the Delhi government by 10:25 a.m. on Tuesday.
US Shared Insights on Criminal Nexus, a Mutual Concern for Both Nations: MEA
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Bagchi stated, "During recent discussions on India-US security cooperation, the US shared inputs related to a nexus between organized criminals, gun runners, terrorists, and others."
'Terrorism, violence has to be opposed’: PM Modi at G20 virtual summit
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PM Modi strongly condemned terrorism while stressing the importance of denouncing civilian casualties. He reiterated India's commitment to working jointly to find a resolution to the conflict and restore peace, emphasizing opposition to terrorism and violence.
Eastern Command Army Chief Calls for Political Resolution to Address Manipur Conflict
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Addressing the prolonged ethnic strife, the Army's Eastern Command Chief pointed out that over 4000 looted weapons are still in circulation, fueling intermittent incidents of violence.
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