22nd February News in Nutshell: Important news of the day

National News-Jat stir: Death toll rises to 16 as fresh violence starts in HaryanaViolence again raged in Haryana today after coming to a brief hault in the morning with stone-pelting mobs attacking security personnel trying
22nd february news in nutshell important news of...
India TV News Desk February 22, 2016 20:05 IST

National News-

Jat stir: Death toll rises to 16 as fresh violence starts in Haryana

Violence again raged in Haryana today after coming to a brief hault in the morning with stone-pelting mobs attacking security personnel trying to clear a road blockade and torching government vehicles. Read More

Pampore attack: Gunbattle ends, three militants killed, says Army

The Army today said that the 48-hour-long gunbattle between security forces and the terrorists in Pampore town of Jammu and Kashmir has ended and that three militants have been so far been neutralised. Read More

Umar Khalid, others must join probe to prove their innocence: Delhi Police Chief BS Bassi

A Delhi Police team has been positioned outside the gates of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) as five students, including Umar Khalid, accused of sedition sat cordoned off in the admin block. Read More

Asia Cup 2016: Major setback for India as Dhoni, Bumrah doubtful to play

Two days ahead of India's opening match against Bangladesh in the Asia Cup tournament, the Indian cricket team today suffered twin setbacks in the form of skipper MS Dhoni and fast-pacer Jasprit Bumrah. Both players are doubtful to be a part of the playing eleven in the crucial tournament. Read More

5. Will bring back jobs from countries like China, India: Donald Trump

Controversial Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has alleged that countries like China and India are taking away jobs from the US and vowed to bring them back for Americans. Read More

International News-

ISIS claims murder of top Hindu priest in Bangladesh

The Islamic State has claimed the gruesome killing of a Hindu head priest in Bangladesh using guns and cleavers at a temple in an area bordering India, the first attack by the dreaded group against a Hindu in a series of similar assaults on religious minorities. Read More

More Than 130 Killed by ISIS Bombings in Damascus, Homs in Syria

Bombings claimed by the Islamic State group in the Syrian cities of Damascus and Homs killed nearly 130 people on Sunday, highlighting the threat posed by the extremists as the country's warring factions fight for the northern city of Aleppo and world powers chase an elusive cease-fire. Read More

Business News-

HSBC's Swiss, Dubai arms under lens for tax evasion by Indians

Armed with "sufficient evidence", Indian tax authorities have issued notices to global banking giant HSBC, warning of prosecution against its Swiss and Dubai arms for allegedly abetting tax evasion by four Indians and their families. Read More

Government to sell 5% in NTPC on Tuesday, eyes Rs 5,000 crore

Government will sell 5 per cent stake in India's largest power producer NTPC on Tuesday at a floor price of Rs 122 per share to raise Rs 5,029 crore. Read More

Entertainment News-

Gauri Khan wonders why Shah Rukh pampers AbRam more than Aryan and Suhana

If there is one star kid who steals the limelight despite being only three years is AbRam, the youngest kid of superstar Shah Rukh Khan. Every time paparazzi get a glimpse of this little one, the pictures immediately go viral. Read More

Break-up effect? Katrina Kaif leaves Ranbir Kapoor's 'Jagga Jasoos', shoots with Sidharth Malhotra

Bollywood beauty Katrina Kaif, whose recently released movie ‘Fitoor' bombed at the box office, flew to Thailand on Sunday evening to shoot with Sidharth Malhotra for ‘Bar Bar Dekho'. Read More

Sports News-

VVS Laxman: Brendon McCullum a ruthless batsman, but an even greater captain

"Brendon is not merely an instinctive, impulsive cricketer; he had game plans in place, he knew what his strengths were but more importantly he was also aware of what his limitations were".VVS Laxman.

JNU row: MS Dhoni praises armed forces, says ‘men in uniform protect freedom of expression'

After Indian wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt and cricketer Guatam Gambhir voiced their concerns over the ongoing uproar on the issue of freedom of expression, it is now Team India's skipper MS Dhoni who has called for respect to the armed forces. Read More

 
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