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Body With Anti-Padmavati Slogans Found Hanging at Rajasthan Fort

First protests by the Rajputs, then a 10 crore bounty on their head and now this. What seemed to be settling down, has now taken another horrific turn. A 23 yearl old man has been found hanging in Rajasthans Nahargarh Fort, 20 km from Jaipur, with anti PAdmavati slogans chalked on stone. One of the slogans read Padmavati ka virodh (Opposing Padmavati), while another read Hum sirf putle nahi jala...

Beijing nursery 'needle abuse' of children shocks China
Source: Reuters

Beijing nursery 'needle abuse' of children shocks China

A Beijing nursery is accused of giving injections and feeding drugs to toddlers, in a case that has sparked outrage in China. Authorities are now investigating the nursery, which is a branch of the well-known RYB Education chain. The company says it deeply apologises for the matter that has caused severe disquiet. Beijing officials are also conducting a security check in all nurseries in ...

Zimbabwe: Emmerson Mnangagwa to succeed Mugabe as president
Source: Reuters

Zimbabwe: Emmerson Mnangagwa to succeed Mugabe as president

Emmerson Mnangagwa is to be sworn in as Zimbabwes president, following the dramatic departure of Robert Mugabe after 37 years of authoritarian rule. The former vice-president - who returned from eXile on Wednesday - will be inaugurated at Harares stadium. His dismissal this month led the ruling Zanu-PF party and the army to intervene and force Mr Mugabe to quit. The opposition is urging M...

Upgraded radar system to make Nepal’s skies secure

Nepals air traffic control (ATC) can now monitor the countrys entire airspace and keep track of aircraft from the Himalaya to the Indian border using an advanced radar system recently built on a hilltop in Lalitpur. The Mode S Monopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar (MSSR) installed at Bhatte Danda supersedes the primary and secondary surveillance radar at Kathmandus Tribhuvan International Air...

PNG police enter Manus asylum centre, Australia confirms

Police in Papua New Guinea (PNG) have entered a former Australian-run detention centre in a bid to get asylum seekers who remain there to leave, the Australian government has confirmed. Hundreds of men have refused to leave the Manus Island centre since it was shut down on 31 October, citing fears for their safety. On Thursday, the men inside the centre said that PNG police had given them a ...

Zimbabwe military seize power, hold President Mugabe in custody

Zimbabwes military said it had seized power in a targeted assault on criminals around President Robert Mugabe who were causing social and economic suffering, but gave assurances the 93-year-old leader and his family were safe and sound. Zimbabwean soldiers and armored vehicles blocked roads to the main government offices, parliament and the courts in central Harare, a Reuters witness said on We...

Australians vote "Yes" to same-sex marriage

The results of Australias voluntary postal vote garnering opinions of the public towards same-sex marriage is officially out and Australia has voted YES. 61.6% of people voted in favour of same-sex marriage. Social media has been in a frenzy since, supporters are seen celebrating in public, the rainbow colours high and proud. The issue only went to a voluntary postal vote after a long and bitt...

Phase 1 almost done, China looking into funding phase 2 of Ring Road Expansion

The Chinese government has shown interest in funding the second phase of the Kathmandu Ring Road Improvement Project which includes upgradation of a 17-km stretch linking Kalanki, Chabahil and Koteshwor. A high-level delegation from China is expected to visit Nepal soon to discuss the project and conduct a preliminary field study before signing an agreement with the government of Nepal. Of...

Delhi Smog Day 2: City choked, schools closed, construction halted, masks donned
Source: PTI

Delhi Smog Day 2: City choked, schools closed, construction halted, masks donned

For the second day in a row, Delhiites on Wednesday faced toXic levels of pollution, forcing the government to shut schools for the rest of the week, stop the entry of trucks carrying non-essential goods and ban construction. On Tuesday, the Air Quality Index of the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) had hit severe for the first time this season, with a value of 448. Wednesday saw the AQ...

Nepali owned/operated Niji Sushi Bar wins “Business Excellence award” by Randwick City Council

For the third time in a row, Niji Sushi Bar, a restaurant owned and operated by Nepalis, has won the Outstanding Restaurant of the Year, an award conferred by the Randwick City Council. The award is held every two years by the City Council and Niji Sushi Restaurant was a recipient in 2013 and 2015 as well. In the 2017 Business Excellence awards, Niji restaurant alongwith the Outstanding Restaurant...

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