5 major news headlines of April 21Those who ran 'loot ki sarkar' shouldn't question NDA govt: BJPReacting sharply to Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi's “suit-boot ki sarkar” jibe, BJP today attacked the opposition party saying those who had led a “loot
Reacting sharply to Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi's “suit-boot ki sarkar” jibe, BJP today attacked the opposition party saying those who had led a “loot ki sarkar” for 10 years had no right to question the “well-meaning” NDA government now at the Centre.
A boat carrying 232 kgs of narcotics, whose market value is pegged at Rs 600 crore, was seized and eight Pakistani crew onboard were arrested in a joint intelligence-based operation by the Indian Navy and Coast Guard from international waters off Gujarat coast.
A move is afoot to withdraw tax exemption for donations to Greenpeace even as nearly 180 organisations and activists rallied behind the NGO accusing the government of a “shameful” crackdown against it.
The Supreme Court on Monday did not hear a batch of petitions challenging the National Judicial Appointment Commission replacing the collegium system for appointing judges as it will first decide whether Justice J.S. Khehar, who is presiding over a five-judge constitution bench, can hear the challenge.
One of the most dreaded terrorists Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of Islamic State has reportedly got seriously injured in the US- led air strikes carried out in Western Iraq.