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As short selling report roils markets, SBI defends exposure (Ld)
Business 12:04 AM

As short selling report roils markets, SBI defends exposure (Ld)

Mumbai Jan 28 (IANS) Indias largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) said on Friday that its exposure to the Adani Group was well below the Reserve Bank of Indias (RBIs) Large Exposure Framework and was secured by cash generating assets.

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BJP may tie up again with NPP in Meghalaya after Feb 27 polls
General IANS Special Series 11:54 PM

BJP may tie up again with NPP in Meghalaya after Feb 27 polls

Shillong, Jan 27 (IANS) BJP's national Vice President M Chuba Ao on Friday did not rule out the option of forging an alliance with the National People's Party (NPP) in Meghalaya after the February 27 Assembly polls.

NATIONAL

Tripura: CPI-M MLA, Trinamool leader join BJP (3rd Ld)
National Human Interest... 12:00 AM

Tripura: CPI-M MLA, Trinamool leader join BJP (3rd Ld)

New Delhi/Agartala, Jan 28 (IANS) In a development that could provide a major boost to the ruling BJP in Tripura ahead of the February 16 Assembly polls, Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) MLA Moboshar Ali and Trinamool Congress leader Subal Bhowmik on Friday joined the saffro...

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FOCUS

JD-U has no future, says Chirag Paswan
Focus General 09:36 PM

JD-U has no future, says Chirag Paswan

Patna, Jan 27 (IANS) In wake of the latest allegations of JD-U leader Upendra Kushwaha, LJP-Ram Vilas President Chirag Paswan on Friday said that the existence of Nitish Kumar's JD-U has ended now as the current row in the party proves.

NEIGHBOURHOOD IN DISTRESS

Pakistan's power crisis lingers, paralyses economic activities
International NEIGHBOURHOOD 09:32 PM

Pakistan's power crisis lingers, paralyses economic activities

Islamabad, Jan 27 (IANS) As fuel shortages have become a chronic problem in Pakistan, the overburdened electrical system collapses very often, just as it happened on January 23 resulting in a rolling wave of blackouts that began in Balochistan and Sindh provinces, but quickly spread...

INSIGHT

Germany faces biggest teacher shortage in 50 yrs: Association
Education Human Interest/Society 01:32 AM

Germany faces biggest teacher shortage in 50 yrs: Association

Berlin, Jan 28 (IANS) Germany's education system is facing the "biggest shortage of teachers in 50 years" as a result of education policy failures, the country's teachers' association said.

DEEP-DIVE

US foreign arms sales increase significantly in fiscal 2022 due to military support for Ukraine
DEEP DIVE Defence/Security 03:10 AM

US foreign arms sales increase significantly in fiscal 2022 due to military support for Ukraine

Washington, Jan 28 (IANS) US foreign arms sales grew significantly in fiscal year 2022, according to data released by the Department of State, which attributed the increase mainly to US military support for Ukraine amid the ongoing war with Russia.

INDIA ABROAD

Indian-origin Sikh engineer wins PM Rishi Sunak's award
International Diaspora 08:10 PM

Indian-origin Sikh engineer wins PM Rishi Sunak's award

London, Jan 27 (IANS) An Indian-origin Sikh engineer has won UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunaks Points of Light Award for designing an energy-efficient manual washing machine for displaced and low-income communities.

INTERNATIONAL

Protests in US after footage releases of Black man being beaten by police
International Crime/Disaster/Accident 08:44 AM

Protests in US after footage releases of Black man being beaten by police

Washington, Jan 28 (IANS) Protests erupted across the US after the release of a footage which showed five former police officers in Memphis brutally beating an African-American man who died three days later after the gruesome incident.

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IANS PHOTO GALLERY

Banihal: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi with former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah during 'Bharat Jodo Yatra' in Banihal,on Friday,January 27,2023.(Photo: Nisar Malik /IANS)

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks during 'Pariksha Pe Charcha' programme, in New Delhi,on Friday,January 27,2023. (Photo:IANS/Twitter)

Delhi:Prime Minister Narendra Modi with BJP President J.P.Nadda and others during the BJP central Election Committee Meeting at Party head office in New Delhi on Friday January 27,2023.(Photo:IANS)

Kolkata: Devotees celebrating and dancing before the immersion of Goddess Saraswati idol in Ganga river, in Kolkata on Jan 27, 2023. (Photo:Kuntal Chakrabarty/IANS)

New Delhi : Members of Bhim Army Student Federation being detained by police personnel for planning to screen the BBC documentary film 'India: The Modi Question', at DU-Arts Faculty , in New Delhi, on Friday, Jan 27, 2023. (Photo:IANS/Anupam Gautam)

Banihal: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi with former Jammu and
Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah during 'Bharat Jodo Yatra' in
Banihal,on Friday,January 27,2023.(Photo: Nisar Malik /IANS)
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaks during
'Pariksha Pe Charcha' programme, in New Delhi,on Friday,January
27,2023. (Photo:IANS/Twitter)
Delhi:Prime Minister Narendra Modi with BJP President
J.P.Nadda and others during  the BJP central Election Committee
Meeting at Party head office in New Delhi on Friday January
27,2023.(Photo:IANS)
Kolkata: Devotees celebrating and dancing before the
immersion of Goddess Saraswati idol in Ganga river, in Kolkata on Jan
27, 2023.  (Photo:Kuntal Chakrabarty/IANS)
New Delhi : Members of Bhim Army Student Federation being
detained by police personnel for planning to screen the BBC
documentary film 'India: The Modi Question', at DU-Arts Faculty , in
New Delhi, on Friday, Jan 27, 2023.  (Photo:IANS/Anupam Gautam)

BUSINESS

Govt to facilitate sale of 25 lakh metric tonnes wheat in open market from Feb 1
Business 08:02 PM

Govt to facilitate sale of 25 lakh metric tonnes wheat in open market from Feb 1

New Delhi, Jan 27 (IANS) The government is going to offer 25 lakh metricAtonnes of wheat for sale from February 1, under the open market sale scheme, for which tenders will be uploaded by Food Corporation of India's (FCI) regional offices.

SPORTS

ILT20: Marcus Stoinis joins Sharjah Warriors, says he is mentally prepared for UAE weather
Sports Cricket 12:20 AM

ILT20: Marcus Stoinis joins Sharjah Warriors, says he is mentally prepared for UAE weather

Sharjah, Jan 28 (IANS) Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis has joined the Sharjah Warriors squad at a crucial juncture of their campaign in the inaugural International League Twenty20, which is being played in the UAE until February 12.

Sky Sports to broadcast ICC tournaments in UK and Ireland until the end of 2031
Sports Cricket 12:08 AM

Sky Sports to broadcast ICC tournaments in UK and Ireland until the end of 2031

Dubai, Jan 28 (IANS) Sky Sports will be broadcasting all International Cricket Council (ICC) tournaments in the UK and Ireland till the end of 2031 after signing a new eight-year deal with the cricket's world governing body.

SHOWCASE

J&K tourism takes part in int'l tourism fest in Spain
Art/Culture/Books General 10:04 PM

J&K tourism takes part in int'l tourism fest in Spain

Srinagar, Jan 27 (IANS) The J&K tourism department is part of India's official tourism delegation at the five-day 43rd edition of FITUR, one of the largest international tourism fairs in the world in Madrid, which was inaugurated by King Felipe VI of Spain, officials said on Friday.

SPOTLIGHT

India home to more than 70% tigers, 2,967 tigers across 53 reserves: Centre to SC
General Immigration/Law/Rights 08:06 PM

India home to more than 70% tigers, 2,967 tigers across 53 reserves: Centre to SC

New Delhi, Jan (IANS) The Central government on Friday informed the Supreme Court that according to a 2018 report, there are 2,967 tigers in the country spread across 53 tiger reserves.

Entertainment

'Pathaan' director: I'm hungrier than before to create more spectacles
Cinema/Showbiz Bollywood 06:38 PM

'Pathaan' director: I'm hungrier than before to create more spectacles

Mumbai, Jan 27 (IANS) Director Siddharth Anand, who is currently riding high on the success of his latest action entertainer 'Pathaan', is feeling overwhelmed with the success and says he is inspired to get back on the film set and create something really special for audiences again...

SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY

Earth to have close encounter with small asteroid this week
Science/Technology Science 05:34 PM

Earth to have close encounter with small asteroid this week

San Francisco, Jan 27 (IANS) An asteroid, about the size of a box truck, will have a very close encounter with the Earth this week, NASA Systems has predicted.

IANS Life

  • 5 social media trends that will define 2023
    General IANS Life 10:16 AM

    5 social media trends that will define 2023

    New Delhi, Jan 27 (IANSlife) One of the most significant digital marketing tools today, social media has an impact on how content is produced and maintained. Social media has evolved into a key channel for brands and content producers to connect with their target audience due to their vast user bases and strong conversion rates. Social media has changed significantly in recent years, and in 2023, this tendency is predicted to continue.

  • A redefined athleisure wear brand by Akshay Kumar
    National IANS Life 07:06 PM

    A redefined athleisure wear brand by Akshay Kumar

    New Delhi, Jan 26 (IANSlife) After what appears to be a lengthy social media hype, an idea created many years ago by Akshay Kumar has finally catapulted itself into a brand - Force IX.

  • The day that marks the beginning of spring
    General IANS Life 04:06 PM

    The day that marks the beginning of spring

    New Delhi, Jan 26 (IANSlife) One of the well-known Indian festivities that marks the beginning of spring is Basant or Vasant Panchmi.

  • Basant Panchami Special Recipes
    General IANS Life 04:06 PM

    Basant Panchami Special Recipes

    New Delhi, Jan 26 (IANSlife) After a long winter, Basant Panchami, which ushers in spring, is usually observed as a time for fresh starts. As the start of the new season draws near, there is a festive vibe in the air. The happy and fortunate colour yellow is also associated with this occasion, which falls on January 26 this year.

  • Honouring India's enormous culinary legacy
    General IANS Life 12:22 PM

    Honouring India's enormous culinary legacy

    New Delhi, Jan 26 (IANSlife) As we celebrate the 74th Republic Day, some individuals start their day by watching the flag-hoisting ceremony, while others start slowly, expecting to spend the holiday relaxing. In any case, everyone will be surrounded by the essence of this national event. But, as we all know, no Indian event is complete without authentic Indian cuisine. So, for all foodies out there, why not try these delectable step-by-step recipes from some of the industry's most well-known chefs?

  • Songs that celebrate India
    General IANS Life 12:18 PM

    Songs that celebrate India

    New Delhi, Jan 26 (IANSlife) On January 26, 1950, India's Constitution went into effect, and the nation became a republic. Thus, this day is extremely important to all Indians. Indians watch tableaux honouring the nation's vibrant culture and its brave military forces during the Republic Day parade as they celebrate this historic day with a strong sense of patriotism.

  • The 80/20 Rule for your 2023 weight loss resolution
    General IANS Life 11:56 AM

    The 80/20 Rule for your 2023 weight loss resolution

    New Delhi, Jan 26 (IANSlife) Dieting strategies like "you can't eat carbs" or "eat less" are common in most diet plans. It has been indoctrinated in us that in order to achieve results, you must strictly adhere to the guidelines, leaving no room for your favourite foods.

  • Digitally transforming agriculture
    General IANS Life 11:54 AM

    Digitally transforming agriculture

    New Delhi, Jan 26 (IANSlife) India's agriculture sector has continued to grow in leaps and bounds, especially in terms of output- driven by a rising population and increasing external demand. In 2022 alone, the country covered almost half of the global rice market. The country is also one of the largest producers of spices, milk, and pulses in the world and has the largest dedicated land for rice, wheat, and cotton in the world. But, transforming the Indian Agri space to make the country a global leader in food production involves leveraging agritech which is a major focus in the crop protection sub-sector.

  • 5 adventure books that should be in your kid's library
    General IANS Life 11:52 AM

    5 adventure books that should be in your kid's library

    New Delhi, Jan 26 (IANSlife) A good adventure novel can transport us to a place we might not otherwise visit. Adventure books are like invisible zip lines for your head. Children's adventure novels are written with the intention of encouraging your child to be curious, to love learning new things, and, most importantly, to enjoy the journey. If your kids are seeking thrilling journeys in fantastical settings, look no further! Make sure your child's library contains these five novels.

  • 185% increase in searches for domestic flights for the Republic Day Long Weekend
    General IANS Life 11:48 AM

    185% increase in searches for domestic flights for the Republic Day Long Weekend

    New Delhi, Jan 26 (IANSlife) Indian travellers are showing a strong interest in domestic and even international locations for Republic Day, as evidenced by an increase in flight searches on KAYAK, which shows that the travel industry is returning to normal.

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