- India committed to zero tolerance against graft, says Jitendra Singh
- Fake TRP: Mumbai police scrutinise financial transactions of 5 channels
- Non-scheduled foreign cargo flights from six Indian cities only: Puri
- Defence Minister Rajnath to celebrate Dussehra with Army jawans in Sikkim
- Comprehensive disengagement is immediate task: India on standoff with China
- Need to recognise emerging forms of cyber crimes against women: CBI officer
- Maharashtra among five states that have withdrawn general consent to CBI
- Parliament joint committee summons Facebook, Twitter over data privacy
- FSSAI conducts quality test of Khoya across India as festive season begins
- Delhi govt staff can take opt for equivalent of LTC, move to boost spending
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The dawn-to-dusk bandh call has been supported by several pro-Kannada and other outfits besides the Opposition Congress and the JD(S). Stay tuned for Latest LIVE news
A state-wide bandh would be observed in Karnataka today by various farmers' organisations, protesting the amendments to the APMC and land reforms Acts made by the B S Yediyurappa government in the state.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Danish counterpart Mette Frederiksen would hold a virtual summit today that will provide a broad political direction to strengthen the collaborative bilateral partnership, the Ministry of External Affairs said on Sunday.
The Congress in Haryana has announced over a month-long agitation against the Centre's farm-related Bills from today.
Schools for classes 9-12 will resume in Bihar from today. Attending classes will not be mandatory, according to an order issued by the state's education department.
Meanwhile, China has lifted its ban on valid visas imposed earlier this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic and said that foreign nationals holding Chinese residence permits in three categories are allowed to enter the country from Monday without obtaining new visas.
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