India under lockdown: Only Narendra Modi could have taken such a bold, progressive decision

In a very bold and progressive decision, the Prime Minister of India’s has sent 1.3 billion people of the country under “total lockdown” from midnight of March 24 for three weeks to fight the spread of coronavirus. The world is watching in awe and shock together. “From midnight, the entire country will be in lockdown, total […]

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One answer to so many questions on COVID-19: Find the REMEDY to save the world!

As per the statistics and calculations worked out by many expert organisations and infection-fighting laboratories, the death rate in COVID-19 is about 4%. Though it is well known but still for reference stake, COVID-19 was first detected in China around December 30 and it spread like wild fire across the globe. In China, the place […]

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NASA releases spectacular high-resolution panorama images of Mars

Washington DC: NASA’s Curiosity rover has captured its highest-resolution panorama of the Mars containing 1.8 billion pixels of the Red Planet’s landscape, the US space agency said. The rover’s Mast Camera, or Mastcam, used its telephoto lens to produce the panorama composed of over 1,000 images taken between November 24 and December 1, last year. […]

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US-Taliban sign historic troop withdrawal deal in Doha

Kabul/Doha, February 29: The United States signed a historic deal with Taliban insurgents on Saturday that could pave the way toward a full withdrawal of foreign soldiers from Afghanistan over the next 14 months and represent a step toward ending the 18-year-war there. While the agreement paves the way for the United States to gradually […]

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Congress’ loyal deputy Romesh Sabharwal takes on Kejriwal head-on in New Delhi seat

The fight in the most prestigious New Delhi Constituency number 40 is the most important and being keenly observed for it being the constituency of present Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party president Arvind Kejriwal. The Bharatiya Janata Party has fielded Sunil Yadav and Congress Romesh Sabharwal to take on the might of Kejriwal. IndiaTimes.Live caught up with the Congress’ Romesh Sabharwal to know of his plans for the constituency.

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India Today sting exposes ABVP, JNU violence UNMASKED!

Shortly after the Delhi police named several members of Left student organisations for participating in the violence that was unleashed at the Jawaharlal Nehru University campus on January 5, an India Today sting operation has two JNU students associated with the ABVP confessing that they were part of the violence. One of them – Akshat Awasthi – also takes credit for organising the mob that went on a rampage in the campus last Sunday. A third student who was part of the sting operation is part of AISA – a left-wing student group – and confesses to shutting down the JNU server as part of a protest.

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Year 2019: Canada gets Trudeau back despite all ifs and buts…

The year 2019 will be one of the milestones in Canadian history – but for all the wrong reasons. The Team IndiaTimes.Live looked at all the events that made it to the news for Canada and found that these were either shocks, sad or big apologies. Nothing has changed much it seems with everything standing […]

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Year 2019: Lights, camera, action, it’s all MODI-FIED for India

The year 2019 opened with the Pulwama attack where 40 Indian soldiers were killed by Pakistan-backed terrorists. The closing of the year could have been on the positive note with the Kartarpur corridor opening marking the 550th birth celebrations of Guru Nanak Devji, but for India the year is closing on a very sad note. Yes the Citizenship Amendment Bill, which has made India burn, everyone in scared, people are out on streets for their rights. So the IndiaTimes.Live team put together for you a quick look at a 10-point throwback of the year 2019 as it comes to a close.

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The Woods Are Lovely….But Let Me Sleep Before The Miles To Go

‘Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening’. If he said, “The woods are lovely, dark and deep, But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep”, with Christmas round the corner and elections over, it’s sleep time for our guys in politics.

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