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Donald Trump in India live updates |Hope the right decision for the people will be made, says Trump on CAA

U.S. President Donald Trump arrived in New Delhi on Monday evening for the main leg of his maiden India trip during which he will hold extensive talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The U.S. President arrived in Ahmedabad around noon for a little less than 36-hour-long trip to India.

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Delhi violence live updates: ‘This madness must end immediately,’ says Kejriwal after meeting injured

Tensions remained high in northeast Delhi on Tuesday, with shops and vehicles being torched and rioters running amok in several parts, especially Maujpur, Brahampuri and other adjoining areas. The death toll in the violence, that took a communal colour and spread to the neighbouring areas on Monday, rose to eight, including the police head constable Rattan Lal. Organised groups had attacked each other.

Hosni Mubarak, former Egypt President who was ousted in 2011 uprising, passes away

Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian leader who for nearly 30 years was the resolute face of stability in the Middle East, died on Tuesday, the country’s state television said, ending his days after a swift and ignominious tumble from power in the Arab world’s pro-democracy upheaval. He was 91.

Swine flu affects five SC judges; CJI meets SC Bar Association president

Chief Justice of India S.A. Bobde met with Supreme Court Bar Association president and senior advocate Dushyant Dave on Tuesday to discuss urgent measures to prevent the spread of what is possibly swine flu infection among judges, advocates, staffers and litigants.

U.S. working with Pakistan to defeat terrorism, says Trump

The United States was working with Pakistan to defeat terrorism, U.S. President Donald Trump said in New Delhi on February 25. Addressing the media at Hyderabad House, he also said the Indo-Pacific region should be free and open for navigation and 5G technology should be used for spread of freedom and not for suppression of people.

Bihar Assembly unanimously passes resolution to not implement NRC

The Bihar Assembly on Tuesday unanimously passed a resolution not to implement the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in the State. It also said the National Population Register (NPR) would be implemented in Bihar in the old 2010 format.

COVID-19: Chartered flight to bring back Indians on cruise ship off Japan coast

A chartered flight is being arranged to repatriate Indians on board cruise ship Diamond Princess, docked off the Japan coast, according to information released by the India Embassy in Japan on Tuesday.

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Xiaomi to bring ISRO technology NavIC to smartphones in 2020

Smartphone and smart TV brand Xiaomi on Tuesday announced it would bring ISRO’s Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System NavIC technology to its smartphones.

Kunal Kamra in HC against flying ban on him by airlines

The Delhi High Court on Tuesday said aviation regulator DGCA ought not to have certified action of airlines other than Indigo, which imposed an indefinite flying ban without an inquiry on stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra for allegedly heckling journalist Arnab Goswami on a flight.

21 Indian cities among world’s 30 most polluted; Delhi world’s most polluted capital city: Report

Delhi topped the list of most polluted capital cities in the world in 2019, according to a new report which also revealed that 21 of the world’s 30 most polluted cities are in India. According to the World Air Quality Report 2019 compiled by IQAir Air Visual, Ghaziabad is the most polluted city in the world, followed by Hotan in China, Gujranwala and Faisalabad in Pakistan and then Delhi in the fifth place.

Indian boxers in Italy offered early flight out due to COVID-19, but to stay put as ‘threat far away’

Indian boxers training in Italy for next month’s Olympic qualifiers were given the option of flying out early due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) threat in the country, but the team has decided to stay put as its training base in Assisi is “far” from the epicentre of the outbreak.

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