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Breaking Live: BSF, Punjab Police Recover Pakistani Drone Along Border Region In Tarn Taran

Breaking News Live Updates: Hello and welcome to the live blog of ABP Live. Please follow this space for all the breaking news and latest updates from India and around the world. Delhi Court To Hear Engineer Rashid's Interim Bail Plea To MP Oath Today  A Delhi court is expected to hear on Saturday, June 22, further arguments on a plea filed by Engineer Rashid, arrested in a 2016 Jammu and Kashmir terror funding case, seeking interim bail to take oath as an MP. Contesting as an independent candidate, Sheikh Abdul Rashid, popularly known as Engineer Rashid, defeated former Chief Minister Omar Abdullah of the National Conference in the 2024 Lok Sabha polls in Baramulla, PTI reported.  Additional Sessions Judge Chander Jit Singh had on Tuesday fixed the matter for hearing on June 22 and dir...
Politics

Delhi Water Crisis: Failing To Get PM Modi’s Intervention, Atishi Begins Indefinite Fast

The acute water shortage in Delhi at a time of an unprecedented heatwave has become a point of contention between political parties. Now, to protest the Haryana government's alleged reluctance to provide the national capital its required water quota, Delhi water minister Atishi has begun her indefinite fast. Atishi has demanded Prime Minister Narendra Modi's intervention in resolving the water crisis in Delhi. In a letter she wrote to PM Modi on Thursday, saying that she had tried every possible means to procure water but any source would be directing water through Haryana and the Nayab Singh Saini government is refusing to cooperate. She said Haryana has been releasing a deficit volume of water for the last 2 weeks, which has impacted 28 lakh Delhi resi...
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Breaking News Live: Consul General of India In New York Celebrates 10th International Yoga Day

Breaking News Live Updates: Hello and welcome to the live blog of ABP Live. Please follow this space for all the breaking news and latest updates from India and around the world. PM Modi Arrives In Srinagar On 2-Day Visit, Will Lead Yoga Day Event On June 21  Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarked on a two-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday, where he slated to inaugurate or kick-start projects worth Rs 1,500 crore and participate in the International Yoga Day. "Leaving for Srinagar, where I will be taking part in two programmes. Later this evening, I will be at the 'Empowering Youth, Transforming J&K' programme, which focuses on youth-led development." "Key projects worth over Rs 1500 crore will be inaugurated or their foundation stones will be laid. These works cover infrast...
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Arvind Kejriwal Granted Bail By Rouse Avenue Court In Delhi Excise Policy Case

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday granted bail by the Rouse Avenue court in the money laundering case related to the now-defunct excise policy. The court allowed Kejriwal's bail application on a bond of Rs 1 Lakh. His lawyers argued that the Enforcement Directorate (ED) had no evidence against him.  The central probing agency had requested the court to grant 48 hours for Kejriwal to sign the bail bond, indicating their intention to challenge the order in a higher court. However, the judge clarified that there would be no stay on the bail order, directing the bail bond to be presented before the Duty judge on the following day.  As the bail order had to reach the jail first, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supremo is likely to be released from th...
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Delhi Water Crisis: Atishi To Sit On Indefinite Fast From Tomorrow Demanding Water From Haryana

Amid the ongoing water shortage in the national capital, Delhi Minister Atishi on Thursday said she will sit on an indefinite fast to get the water from Haryana.  She said she would go to Rajghat at 11 am and pay tribute to Mahatma Gandhi. The Delhi minister will then sit on an indefinite fast in the Bhogal Colony of Jangpura from 12 pm. "Tomorrow from 21st June, I will sit on an indefinite fast to get the water from Haryana which is our right, which will quench the thirst of 28 lakh people. Tomorrow at 11 am, I will go to Rajghat and pay tribute to Gandhi ji there. After that from 12 pm, I will sit on an indefinite fast in Bhogal Colony of Jangpura," Delhi Water Minister Atishi said in a press conference. #WATCH | Delhi Water Minister Atishi says,...
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IMD Warns Of Heavy Rains In These States, 17 Heat-Related Deaths In Delhi —Weather Updates

After a nine-day lull, the monsoon resumed its advance on Thursday, bringing much-needed rain to several states and prompting the India Meteorological Department (IMD) to issue an 'Orange' alert for heavy to very heavy rainfall in parts of Maharashtra. Meanwhile, Delhi is grappling with the devastating effects of a severe heatwave, which has led to 17 heat-related deaths in the last 24 hours.  IMD issues 'Orange' alert for heavy to very heavy rain in Thane, Palghar, Raigad, Bhandara, Nagpur and Ratnagiri districts of Maharashtra today pic.twitter.com/YQaGeUIqM0 — ANI (@ANI) June 20, 2024 IMD Issues 'Orange' Alert For Heavy Rain In Maharashtra  The monsoon, which had been largely stagnant for nine days, advanced into additional parts of Vidarb...
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Fear Of Heavy Heatwave Toll As 50 Bodies Found Around Delhi In 48 Hours

The bodies of 50 people belonging to underprivileged socioeconomic backgrounds were recovered around Delhi during the past 48 hours, said the police, as the searing heatwave sweeping the city has caused a spike in heatstroke-related casualties.  However, police and health officials have not confirmed if all of them died of heat-related causes, reported PTI. According to a senior police official, the body of a 55-year-old man was found at the children's park near India Gate on Wednesday and added that a post-mortem will be conducted to ascertain the cause of death.  An NGO working for the homeless, the Centre for Holistic Development claimed that 192 homeless deaths were recorded in Delhi due to the heat wave from June 11 to 19, as per the PTI report. The...
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Delhi To Get Respite From Heatwave Today? Here’s What IMD Rain Forecast Says

The much awaited respite from the punishing heatwave in Delhi and the NCR region is likely to arrive today as the India Meteorological Department has predicted light shower in the national capital. As per the India Meteorological Department update at around 7 am on Wednesday, Delhi-NCR is likely to receive light to moderate rainfall in the next two hours.  "Light to moderate intensity rain and gusty winds with speed of 30-50 Km/h would occur over and adjoining areas of many places of Delhi, NCR ( Loni Dehat, Hindon AF Station, Bahadurgarh, Ghaziabad, Indirapuram, Chhapraula, Noida, Dadri, Greater Noida, Gurugram, Faridabad, Manesar, Ballabhgarh) Sonipat, Kharkhoda, Mattanhail, Jhajjar, Farukhnagar, Sohana, Palwal (Haryana) Baraut, Bagpat, Meerut, Khekra,...
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Breaking News Live: PM Modi To Inaugurate Development Projects In J&K, Launch Key Initiatives

Breaking News Live Updates: Hello and welcome to the live blog of ABP Live. Please follow this space for all the breaking news and latest updates from India and around the world. PM Modi to Inaugurate Development Projects in J&K, Launch Key Initiatives Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to mark a significant milestone today with the inauguration of multiple development projects in Jammu and Kashmir, underlining the theme of 'Empowering Youth, Transforming J&K'. The event, scheduled at the Sher-i-Kashmir International Conference Centre (SKICC), will witness the Prime Minister launching various initiatives aimed at bolstering infrastructure and enhancing opportunities in the region. Among the highlights, PM Modi will lay the foundation stones for 84 major developmental projects w...
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Heatwave: Delhi Records Warmest Night In 14 Years As North India Witnesses Peak Power Demand

Heatwave News: Delhi experienced its hottest night in at least 14 years as the minimum temperature soared to 35.2 degrees Celsius, marking a stark departure from the norm, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD). The IMD reported that the city's maximum temperature also surged to 43.6 degrees Celsius, which is 4.8 notches above the season's average. The IMD further highlighted that the previous warmest night in Delhi was recorded on June 3, 2010, when the minimum temperature had reached 34.7 degrees Celsius. An IMD official noted that records dating back to 1969 were examined to establish this new milestone. "This is an unprecedented rise in minimum temperatures for June, setting a new record for Delhi," stated the IMD official, cautioning...
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Breaking News LIVE: Man Stabbed To Death In Delhi’s Seelampur, Probe On

Breaking News Live Updates: Hello and welcome to the live blog of ABP Live. Please follow this space for all the breaking news and latest updates from India and around the world. PM Modi Likely To Inaugurate New Campus Of Nalanda University On Wednesday  PM Narendra Modi is scheduled to inaugurate the new campus of Nalanda University in Rajgir, Bihar, on Wednesday, as per the sources. External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar and ambassadors from 17 nations are expected to attend the inauguration ceremony.  The new campus is situated near the ancient site. Nalanda University was re-established under the Nalanda University Act of 2010, which implemented a decision from the second East Asia Summit held in the Philippines in 2007.  The original Nalanda University, founded in the fifth centur...
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Heatwave: North India Sizzles At 44-46°C, Delhi Hospitals Swamped With Heat Stroke Patients

 Large parts of northern and eastern India remained in the grip of a sweltering heat wave on Tuesday, driving power demands to record highs. Warmer-than-usual nights have further exacerbated people's distress, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) reported. Heatwave to severe heatwave conditions prevailed in parts of Uttar Pradesh, south Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Punjab, and pockets of north Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, and the Jammu division. Maximum temperatures ranged from 44 to 46 degrees Celsius in many parts of Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, and some parts of north Madhya Pradesh, south Bihar, and north Rajasthan. The blistering heat has left a large number of people scrambling f...
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Delhi: 1 Dead As Gun Shots Fired At Eatery In Rajouri Garden, Police Launch Probe

A man lost his life after being shot multiple times at Burger King in Delhi's Rajouri Garden. The incident occurred at the food joint located in J Block, where the victim received several bullet wounds, Delhi Police reported on Tuesday. Police and the Crime Team arrived at the scene and formed special teams to gather information and review CCTV footage, news agency ANI reported police as informing. An official reported that the victim was accompanied by an individual who fled the scene as soon as the firing began, as per news agency PTI.   #BREAKING | दिल्ली के राजौरी गार्डन में हुई फायरिंग, बर्गर किंग में बैठे शख्स को मारी गोली@journosnehlata | @i_manojverma https://t.co/smwhXURgtc#Delhi #Crime #DelhiPolice #Firing #RajouriGarden pic.twitter.com/b...
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Breaking News LIVE: 4 Girls Drown In River In UP Village, Say Police

Breaking News Live Updates: Hello and welcome to the live blog of ABP Live. Please follow this space for all the breaking news and latest updates from India and around the world. PM Modi To Interact With 50k Farmers In Varanasi Today  Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to engage with 50,000 farmers in Varanasi during his visit on June 18, as per the BJP's Kashi region chief Dilip Patel. At the Kisan meet in the Mehandiganj area, Modi will personally meet 21 farmers and review their agricultural products. As per the IANS report, during his visit, PM Modi will release the 17th installment of the Kisan Samman Nidhi and then hold discussions with the farmers. This visit marks Modi's first to Varanasi since being sworn in for his third term. Additionally, Prime Minister Modi will hono...
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Man kills daughter wanting inter-caste marriage, arrested

 A man allegedly slit his 21-year-old daughter’s throat and dumped the body in a field in north-west Delhi’s Kanjhawala as she wanted to marry a man outside of her caste against the wishes of her family, the police said on Monday.The murder took place on Sunday and the police said that they arrested 46-year-old Nand Kishore on Monday while he was trying to flee the city. Kishore belongs to Bihar and worked at a glass-fitting factory. He was living in a rented accommodation at Prem Nagar.DCP (Rohini) Guriqbal Singh Sandhu said the police had formed teams to identify and trace the accused as soon as they recovered the body with deep cuts on her neck and abdomen.“Local informers were roped in and CCTV footage analysed, which showed a cab dropping the victim and the accused near the field. ...
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Red Alert In Delhi As North India Sizzles Above 46° Celsius, Relief Likely From June 19

Heatwave 2024: The national capital continues to endure a brutal heatwave, with temperatures soaring to 45.2 degrees Celsius on Monday. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a 'red' alert for Delhi, predicting the maximum temperature to hit 45 degrees Celsius on Tuesday. Relief, however, is anticipated from June 19, when a new western disturbance is expected to bring down temperatures. The Safdarjung observatory, Delhi’s primary weather station, recorded a maximum temperature of 45.2 degrees Celsius, which is 6.4 degrees above the seasonal average. Other parts of the city also faced severe heat, with the Palam weather station recording 46 degrees Celsius and the Lodhi Road, Ridge, and Ayanagar observatories registering 45.6, 46.3, and 46....
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BJP Stages Protests Against Delhi Govt Over ‘Water Theft’, AAP Alleges ‘Crisis Sponsored By Saf

Several areas in Delhi have been reeling under a water crisis for weeks amid the relentless heatwave conditions, with little to no supply. Amidst this, the Delhi BJP leaders and MPs along with the party workers held a protest against the AAP-led Delhi government on Monday over the ongoing water crisis in the national capital.   BJP MPs Manoj Tiwari, Ramvir Singh Bidhuri, Bansuri Swaraj, Yogendra Chandolia, and Praveen Khandelwal also staged protests against AAP at different places in Delhi.     The BJP protesters were seen carrying bottles of dirty water, while raising slogans against the AAP government. They also smashed matkas (earthen pitchers) to demonstrate their protest over water crisis in the national capital, news agency PTI reported. The saffro...
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Breaking News Live: Boxes Of Honey Bee Farming Gutted In Fire In Jammu

Breaking News Live Updates: Hello and welcome to the live blog of ABP Live. Please follow this space for all the breaking news and latest updates from India and around the world. Evacuation Of 1,200 Tourists Stranded In Sikkim To Begin On Monday Incessant rain over the past few days triggered landslides in Sikkim, claiming the lives of at least six people and leaving over 1,200 tourists stranded. According to an official, the evacuation of over 1,200 tourists stranded in Sikkim's Mangan district might is likely to begin on Monday if the weather allows, news agency PTI reported. "It could not take place during the day due to unfavourable conditions," an official said. Chungthang's Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) Kiran Thatal stated that if the weather conditions are favourable, the evacu...
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Breaking News Highlights: Shivraj Singh Chouhan Resigns As MLA From MP’s Budhni Seat Following

Breaking News Highlights Updates: Hello and welcome to the live blog of ABP Live. Please follow this space for all the breaking news and latest updates from India and around the world. Evacuation Of 1,200 Tourists Stranded In Sikkim To Begin On Monday Incessant rain over the past few days triggered landslides in Sikkim, claiming the lives of at least six people and leaving over 1,200 tourists stranded. According to an official, the evacuation of over 1,200 tourists stranded in Sikkim's Mangan district might is likely to begin on Monday if the weather allows, news agency PTI reported. "It could not take place during the day due to unfavourable conditions," an official said. Chungthang's Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) Kiran Thatal stated that if the weather conditions are favourable, the...
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Heavy Rainfall In Northeast, Heatwave In North India, Know IMD Weather Forecast For Coming Week

Weather This Week: The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a weather alert for the coming days, predicting heavy to very heavy rainfall with isolated extremely heavy falls over Sub-Himalayan West Bengal, Sikkim, Assam, and Meghalaya. This weather pattern is expected to persist over the next 4-5 days, as per. Additionally, a heat wave to severe heat wave conditions is likely to continue over many parts of northern India during the next 3-4 days before abating. Significant rainfall has been observed in various regions such as Meghalaya where Mawsynram received 64 cm of rainfall, and Cherrapunji 51 cm, Sub-Himalayan West Bengal & Sikkim where Alipurduar recorded 21 cm. Other regions such as Konkan & Goa, Marathwada, Coastal Andhra Prade...
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Karnataka’s Yettinahole Water Supply Project To Get 500 Acres From Forest Dept, Says DKS

In a significant development for Karnataka’s Yettinahole drinking water project, Deputy Chief Minister D K Shivakumar announced on Thursday that the state Forest department has agreed to hand over 500 acres of land crucial for the project's implementation. This decision reportedly came after a meeting with Revenue Minister Krishna Byre Gowda and Forest Minister Eshwar Khandre at Vikasa Soudha. Shivakumar, who also serves as the Water Resources Minister, as per PTI stated, "The Forest department has handed over 500 acres of forest land for the project. In return, the Revenue department has agreed to hand over an equal area of revenue land to the Forest department. The process will be completed soon." The meeting, attended by key officials including Karnat...
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Delhiites To Get Respite From Heatwave As IMD Predicts Rainfall On This Day

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecast light rain on Friday, June 14, potentially offering relief from the intense heatwave gripping the national capital. Heatwave conditions were expected to persist in some areas, accompanied by strong surface winds reaching speeds of 35 kilometres per hour. On Thursday, the Safdarjung Observatory, which is considered the official marker for the city, recorded a maximum temperature of 44.8 degrees Celcius, 4.9 degrees above normal. The Najafgarh weather station recorded a high of 45.1 degrees Celsius.  Other areas in Delhi also experienced extreme temperatures, with Narela recording 45.3 degrees Celcius, Aya Nagar at 46.4 degrees, Ridge at 43.3 degrees, and Palam at 45.8 degrees, according to the IMD bulleti...
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Maldives President Muizzu, Nepal PM Prachanda, Mauritius’ Jugnauth Call On Prez Murmu

New Delhi: In significant diplomatic engagements, President Droupadi Murmu hosted leaders from the Republic of Maldives, Nepal, Mauritius, and Seychelles at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Monday. The meetings focused on discussing development-related matters of mutual interest with the neighbours and partners in the Indian Ocean Region. Welcoming the President of Maldives, Mohamed Muizzu, President Murmu conveyed her greetings to the new government and the people of the island nation. She expressed confidence that Maldives would continue on the path of prosperity and development under Dr Muizzu’s leadership. Maldives President Mohamed Muizzu met President Droupadi Murmu at Rashtrapati Bhavan. (Photo: X/@rashtrapatibhvn) The bilateral ties between Indi...
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‘Don’t Do Politics Over Water’: Atishi Hits Out At Haryana Govt For Delhi Water Crisis

Delhi Water Minister Atishi on Saturday blamed Haryana for the ongoing water crisis in the national capital, citing reduced water releases from the Munak Canal. Atishi urged the Haryana government to stop "politicising" the issue and release Delhi's full share of water, warning that all areas of the national capital would face severe shortages in the coming days if the situation did not improve.  "When there is a severe heatwave in Delhi, when there is water shortage in Delhi, Haryana has reduced the release of water from Munak Canal. Haryana is not releasing its 1050 cusecs of water from Munak Canal," Atishi said during a press conference today. "In the coming two days, there will be a shortage of water in every area of Delhi. I would like to appeal to ...
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Video | Delhi: Narela की Food Factory में लगी आग, 3 लोगों की मौत | Breaking News

Delhi: Narela में Food Factory में भीषण आग लग गई, जिसकी चपेट में आने से 3 लोगों की मौत हो गई है. बताया जा रहा है कि बॉइलर फटने से ये हादसा हुआ. हादसे के बाद मौके पर दमकल की गाड़ियां पहुंची. फिलहाल 6 लोग घायल है, जिनका अस्पताल में इलाज चल रहा है. Source link
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Modi 3.0 Oath Ceremony: Delhi Declared No-Flying Zone, 3-Layer Security To Envelope Capital

Modi 3.0 Oath Ceremony: The national capital has been declared a no-flying zone on June 9 and 10 due to the swearing-in ceremony of Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister for a third consecutive term. Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora issued an order on Friday imposing prohibitory orders under Section 144 of the CrPC, citing potential threats from criminal or anti-social elements and terrorists.  "In exercise of the power conferred upon me by Section 144 of the CrPC, prohibiting flying of sub-conventional aerial platforms like paragliders, para-motors, hang gliders, UAVs, UASs, microlight aircraft, remotely piloted aircraft, hot air balloons, small-size powered aircraft, quadcopters, or even by parachuting from aircraft over Delhi during the swearing-i...