National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) panel has proposed to universally replace “India” with “Bharat” in all school textbooks. NCERT director said, as of now it is just a recommendation and it is yet to get an approval. “We have not accepted anything at the moment. The panel sent their report." Notably, this development comes amid Centre receiving backlash from the Opposition for proposing Bharat instead of India.
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Captain Rohit Sharma-led Indian cricket team won the match against Pakistan, on October 14. In the ongoing ICC World Cup 2023, India secured 192 runs, in 30.2 overs. Indian team won against Pakistan by 7 wickets, leading to celebrations. The much-awaited game was played in Ahmedabad's Narendra Modi Stadium. After the victory of team India, the entire nation erupted in joy, celebrating the Indian Cricket Team.
Courtesy: Deccan Herald
Russian President Vladimir Putin is all praised about Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India. In a media interaction, Putin shared his viewpoint about Modi and considered him as one of the strongest leaders of India. "We share very good political relations with Prime Minister Modi, he is a very wise man. And India has been making very great strides in development under his leadership," said Putin.
Courtesy: The Times of India
Addressing the ‘Awas Nyay Sammelan’ organised by the Bhupesh Baghel government, Gandhi waved a remote control at the crowd and said the poor and needy benefited when the Congress pressed it, while ‘’Adani gets ports, airports and railway contracts’’ when the ruling BJP does the same. Rahul Gandhi slammed BJP and PM Modi, saying, "PM “doesn’t want to make caste census data public”, adding this data is like X-ray.
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
Team India's shooting trio, Divyansh Panwar, Rudrankksh Patil, and Aishwarya Tomar, clinched gold in the men's 10 m air rifle team shooting event at the ongoing Asian Games in Hangzhou on September 25. Their impressive score of 1893.7 not only secured the top spot but also shattered China's world record of 1893.3 points set in August 2023. With this, India bagged first Gold medal at the Asian Games in Hangzhou.
The US on September 21, said it had been in constant contact with India and Canada amid escalating diplomatic tensions between New Delhi and Ottawa over the latter's allegations of the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar on Canadian soil. "I am not going to get into the private diplomatic conversations that have either already happened or going to happen on this topic." said Joe Biden administration.
Courtesy: India Today
The latest diplomatic row between India and Canada will not impact bilateral military engagement and the Canadian Army will take part in the conclave of the Indo-Pacific army chiefs in Delhi next week, a senior Indian Army official said on September 20. The Indian Army is hosting the conclave on September 26-27 with an aim to evolve a common strategy to ensure peace, prosperity and stability in the Indo-Pacific.
Courtesy: The Press Trust of India
The UK, Australia, and the US, the close allies of Canada and members of the "Five Eyes" intelligence-sharing alliance, have conveyed serious concerns regarding PM Justin Trudeau's claim of a "potential link" between Indian government officials and the assassination of Khalistani leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in June. After PM Trudeau levelled allegations, he also reportedly spoke to some of Canada's closest allies like the UK, the US and… read-more
According to data from the Global Index, which analyses worldwide statistics, India has recorded an impressively low divorce rate of just 1 percent. Following closely behind India, Vietnam claims the second-lowest divorce rate at 7 percent. The world’s highest divorce rate i.e., 94 percent is observed in Portugal In terms of continents, Europe registers the highest divorce rates. After Portugal, Spain reports a divorce rate of 85 percent.… read-more
In a massive development, The Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) bloc of opposition parties on Thursday decided to boycott four TV news channels and 14 TV news anchors. The leaders have come up with the decision over their alleged provocative and communal debate, misleading nation from the real matters and issues, making things communal. The channels include Times Now, Republic Bharat, Sudarshan News and Doordarshan.