Daily Archives: July 20, 2018

Anti-Sikh riots was “biggest lynching” incident: Rajnath

Countering the opposition attack on the BJP-led government over instances of mob lynching, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said the 1984 anti-Sikh riot was “biggest” such incident. Speaking on the lynching incidents, one of the issues cited by the opposition to attack the government, Singh said the Centre will provide whatever assistance required but the state governments should take stringent ...

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PM Modi can’t look into my eyes; RaGa

DAINIK NATION BUREAU Narendra Modi led NDA government is working for the welfare of the few businessmen, who were suits, but he keeps promising to the mass. Now he has realised his loophole which is why he has been trying to paint rosy picture before mass. He expressed these views while participating in no confidence motion, which was mooted by ...

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Locals fear about Tokyo Olympics 2020 due to ongoing heatwave


A deadly heat wave in Japan this week has many residents in the Japanese capital questioning the wisdom of staging the Tokyo 2020 Olympics in July and August. Rescuers in Tokyo responded to more than 3,000 emergency calls on Wednesday as the heat wave continued to grip Japan. The 2020 Olympics will run from July 24 to Aug. 9 when ...

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Rupee weakens to record new low against dollar


Rupee dropped to historic level on Friday, against the US dollar and then started doing better business. Today, Rupee reached Rs 69.12 against a dollar and then went back to less than 69 rupees. Earlier on Thursday, the rupee also closed 43 paise down at 69.05. The rupee fell as dollar reached 1 year high record after encouraging comment by ...

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Transporters go on a nation wide strike from today


All India Motor Transport has gone on an indefinite nationwide strike since today due to rising petrol and diesel prices across the country. Transporters say that the government is continuously increasing the prices of petrol and diesel, which is causing the losses to transporters. The government is not thinking about their employment even once, due to which it is becoming ...

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