LIVE: 25 killed, 17 missing as flash floods ravage Andhra Pradesh
In Kadiri town in Anantapuramu district, a building under construction collapsed due to incessant rain and fell on an adjoining one, killing at least five persons, including two children
Delhi's air quality continues to remain in the 'very poor' category for the seventh consecutive day on Saturday, as per the System of Air Quality & Weather Forecasting & Research (SAFAR). The overall Air Quality Index increased from 332 on Friday to 355 today.
After the announcement of repealing all three Union farm laws by the Modi government, the Congress has decided to celebrate 'Kisan Vijay Diwas' on Saturday as well as organize a 'victory rally' across the country, thereby shifting the party's political strategy on the issue of farmers' protest. After the rollback of petrol and diesel prices across the country, the repeal of farm laws is the second major decision that the Central government has taken after a mass protest by general public.
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Army will stand up to all external, internal threats: Vice Chief of staff
Adversaries with 'hegemonic' designs try altering status quo under false pretexts, but the Indian Army must and will stand up to all external and internal threats, Vice Chief of the Army Staff, Lt General Chandi Prasad Mohanty said on Saturday.
After reviewing a passing out parade at the Officers Training Academy (OTA) here, Lt Gen Mohanty also hailed the "increasingly significant role" of women officers in the Indian Army and said they have proved their mettle despite the "trying nature" of the profession.
First Published: Nov 20 2021 | 7:48 AM IST