Bilkis Bano case: Supreme Court Send 11 Rapists back to Jail

Bilkis Bano

Bilkis Bano case: In a ruling on Monday, January 8, the Indian Supreme Court overturned a government order from Gujarat that had permitted the early release of Bilkis Bano’s rapists from the previous year. Bano’s petition against the remission judgment is fully legitimate and maintainable, the court further declared. When delivering the decision, Justice BV … Read more

India’s Sun Mission: Aditya-L1 Enters Final Orbit Today

India's Sun Mission: Aditya-L1 Enters Final Orbit TodayIndia's Sun Mission: Aditya-L1 Enters Final Orbit Today

After starting its lengthy voyage from ISRO’s Sriharikota launchpad more than four months ago, India’s first mission to study the sun, Aditya-L1 of the Indian Space Research Organisation, is scheduled to reach its ultimate target orbit on Saturday. Constructed at an expense of ₹ 400 crore. The almost 1,500-kilogramme satellite is set to serve as … Read more

State Poll Wins Boost Modi’s Re-election Bid

State Poll Wins Boost Modi's Re-election Bid

State Poll Results: In India, three of the four major state poll elections are expected to be won by Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) before the vital general elections that take place the following year. In the states of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Chhattisgarh, the BJP holds a strong advantage. In the southern state … Read more

India’s Moon Mission Chandrayaan-3 Sleeps Forever

India's Moon Mission Chandrayaan-3 Sleeps Forever

India’s Chandrayaan-3, the first of its type trip to the south pole of the moon, did not awaken. The moon day, which is equal to 14 Earth days, did not cause the Vikram lander or Pragyan rover on Chandryaan-3 to awaken. The Chandrayaan-3 was built to last 14 days on Earth or one lunar day. … Read more

Steve Smith: “Australian Camp Points Fingers After Series Loss Against India”

Steve Smith: "Australian Camp Points Fingers After Series Loss Against India"

Australia suffered a big blow as India swept to a convincing 99-run victory in the second ODI to wrap up the three-match series. Australian captain Steve Smith has been forced to be open about his team’s performance and chances at the 2017 ICC Cricket World Cup in October as a result of this demoralizing setback. … Read more

Global Visa Suspension for Canadians by Indian Missions

Global Visa Suspension for Canadians by Indian Missions

The suspension of Indian visa for Canadian citizens, which the Government of India is implementing this week, prevents even physical applications from Canadian citizens to Indian missions in foreign countries from being completed. According to a source, the decision to suspend Canadians’ access to Indian visas has global implications because Indian embassies outside of Canada … Read more

G20 Summit’s All-Veg Special Dinner Menu for World Leaders

G20 Summit's All-Veg Special Dinner Menu for World Leaders

G20 Summit: At Bharat Mandapam in New Delhi, President Droupadi Murmu is throwing a special supper for international leaders and delegates attending the G20 Summit. A while back, the G20 leaders unanimously agreed to accept the leader’s declaration outlining the outcomes of the global summit. Participants in the G20 will gather for a special supper … Read more

India Renamed As Bharat? New Name Controversy Explained

India Renamed Bharat?

According to recent rumors that have been sparked by invitations for the G20 meeting that urged people to join the “President of Bharat” for dinner, India may soon be renamed “Bharat” by the Narendra Modi administration. The name of the nation may be changed at an upcoming “special session” of parliament. According to a number … Read more

Samudrayaan: India to Send Three People 6000 Meters Deep in Submersible


The ambitious Samudrayaan project of India aims to venture into the uncharted depths of the ocean, offering an unprecedented opportunity for exploration and research. This groundbreaking initiative will involve sending a team of three individuals in a state-of-the-art submersible, descending to an astounding depth of 6000 meters. The mission’s primary objective is to unlock the … Read more

Sri Lanka to Accept UPI: Payment System’s Global Expansion

NPCI Urges UPI Limit to Increase by January 10

In a significant move, Sri Lanka has opened its doors to India’s Unified Payments Interface (UPI), allowing seamless digital payments between the two nations. The announcement was made during the visit of Sri Lankan President Ranil Wickremesinghe to New Delhi. This latest development strengthens the economic ties between India and Sri Lanka, fostering greater convenience … Read more