Navi Mumbai: Water Supply In Parts Of City To Be Disrupted On June 7; Check Details Here

Residents living under the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation’s (NMMC) jurisdiction and a couple of CIDCO-administered nodes will face water cuts on June 7 as the civic body will carry out repair and maintenance of the Bhokarpada Water purification plant. The civic body took a 12 hours shutdown from 10 am to 10 pm on June 7 Wednesday. Due to mainten...

Prince Harry Gives Evidence In Phone Hacking Trial In London High Court

Prince Harry Tuesday arrived at Rolls Building at the High Court in London to present evidence in the phone hacking trial. His witness statement has been recorded in court. According to the BBC, Prince Harry, and three other people, are taking a newspaper publisher to court, alleging information about them was illegally gathered to generate stories. They said, as per the report, journalists from the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and The People...

Russia and Ukraine clash in UN court over MH17 downing, in a high-stakes showdown

Ukraine and Russia are set for confrontation in the top United Nations court regarding Moscow's alleged support for pro-Russian separatists accused of downing Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 in 2014.

Probe into India rail disaster begins as train services resume

Official investigation into India’s deadliest rail crash in 20 years begins as trains cross the disaster spot in eastern

Breaking News | BBC India Writes To IT Department | Tax Fraud Or Political Controversy? | English Updates

Breaking News | BBC India has written to the IT department following the revelation that the organization had not paid enough tax in the country. This comes a few months after IT raids occurred in the offices of BBC India, shortly after they released a documentary on PM Modi. The lobby had linked the two events and had attacked the Centre over it. This has led to massive protests and even tweets from prominent politicians. The BBC has now written a letter to the IT raids saying that it 'would like to file revised returns.' Keep watching to know more about it all! #breakingnews #bbcindia #bbc #pmmodi #englishnews

Indian Railways derails Congress claim on train ticket cancellations

The Congress party's attempts to run down the Indian Railways in the aftermath of the horrific train crash in Odisha were on Tuesday exposed by the national transporter. The Congress party had claimed that thousands of people have cancelled their tickets after the accident involving the Shalimar-Chennai Coromandel Express, Yesvantpur-Howrah Express and a stationary Goods train laden with iron ore. "Such a train accident has never happened in the...

Pharmacy student dies by suicide in Mumbai, blames 5 including minors in suicide note

A 21-year-old pharmacy student died allegedly by suicide at her residence in Mumbai's Nalasopara. The deceased left a suicide note naming five people, out of which three are minors.

President Murmu announces relaxation in norms for Indian diaspora in Suriname to get OCI card

Paramaribo, Jun 6 (PTI) President Droupadi Murmu has announced that India has decided to extend the eligibility criteria for Overseas Citizen Of India card of the original Indian immigrants in Suriname from the fourth generation to the sixth generation, marking their importance in the 150-year-old bilateral relationship

News18 Evening Digest: Construction Firm to Rebuild Collapsed Bihar Bridge and Other Top Stories

These are the top stories we are covering this evening

India's biggest-ever drug haul: Officials seize 15,000 blots, busts 'dark net' ring of drug traffickers

The NCB stated that they seized 15,000 LSD blots which are 2,500 times the commercial quantity as well as currency worth ₹2.4 million (approximately $29,000)

Funeral of 3-year-old Palestinian boy killed by Israeli gunfire

A funeral has been held for a 3-year-old Palestinian boy who died days after being shot in the head by Israeli forces.

IRCTC debunks Congress' 'thousands of tickets cancelled' claim after Odisha train mishap

IRCTC shared a clip of Congress incharge of Bihar, Manipur and Mizoram Bhakta Charan Das at a press conference.

How Sher-e-Kashmir Sheikh Abdullah failed to move a firm TN Seshan despite a hunger strike threat in Kodaikanal

Sheikh Abdullah was the first politician to get a taste of TN Seshan, a bureaucrat who never cowered to the high and mighty and also credited with revolutionising the electoral process in India. Abdullah, also known as Sher-e-Kashmir (The Lion of Kashmir) in 1965 was charged with acting against the interest of the country, dismissed as prime minist...

Odisha Train Accident: CBI Takes Over Probe Into Balasore Tragedy That Killed Over 275

The Central Bureau of Investigation has registered an FIR and taken over the investigation into the Odisha train accident that killed more than 275 people. The CBI's move came on the request of Ministry of Railways in the train accident involving Coromandel Express, Yeswanthpur-Howrah Express, and a goods train at Bahanaga Bazar in the State of Odisha on 2nd June, 2023. CBI has taken over the investigation of the case earlier registered at the...

ITC commits to tackling plastic waste through innovative solutions

NEW DELHI: On World Environment Day, the ITC reaffirmed its commitment to address the issue of plastic waste management through its multi-dimensional initiatives.The company is setting targets like being carbon neutral, scaling up investments in sustainable packaging, reducing the usage of plastic in packaging and harnessing green energy. Powered b...

NCB Busts Nationwide Darknet Drug Network, Seizes Largest LSD Haul in Two Decades

In a significant operation, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) uncovered a nationwide drug trafficking network operating on the darknet. The agency seized 15,000 blots of LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide), a powerful synthetic hallucinogenic drug, marking the largest seizure by the NCB in a single operation over the past two decades. As a result, si...

News18 Afternoon Digest | Odisha Train Accident: CBI Visits Crash Site; Panic After Smoke in Another Train in Berhampur & Other Top Stories

In other news we have, The Idol Release: SEX Scenes, Nudity In Lily Rose-Depp and The Weeknd Series Censored In India?; Duck It! One Big News For Apple iPhone Users With iOS17 Update Release; Salman Khan Tells Kangana Ranaut 'Kya Kamaal Lag...' In Viral Video; She Says 'SK, Why Do We...'

PM Sunak praises UK defence Chief amid NATO speculations

British prime minister Rishi Sunak ahead of US trip this week has signal support for his defense secretary Ben Wallace as NATO's next chief when asked if he would push in Washington for Wallace's appointment Sunak did not directly answer but heaped

Kerala govt slams NCERT for removing essential topics from Class 10 textbooks

The Kerala government has vehemently denounced the NCERT for its decision to remove chapters on the Periodic Table, challenges to democracy, and several other topics from Class 10 textbooks.

Flood-ravaged Pakistan has 'No Plan B' | WION Climate Tracker

After suffering flood losses worth $40 billion, IMF rejects Pakistan’s loan request, now country has ‘no plan B'.

Big Claim On 'Kashmir' By Pakistan's Maryam Nawaz, Says Imran Khan 'Had A Deal' With Donald Trump

Addressing a rally, PML-N chief organiser Maryam Nawaz said that ex-Pakistan PM Imran Khan struck a deal on Kashmir during Trump era.Accusing the ousted Prime Minister of Pakistan, Maryam Nawaz accused Imran Khan of betraying the nation. Meanwhile, coverage of Pakistan's former Prime Minister Imran Khan has disappeared from all mainstream news channels in the country.

Farmers Block Delhi-Chandigarh National Highway 44, Demands MSP For Sunflower Seeds

Farmers have blocked National Highway-44 near Shahabad in the Kurukshetra district. Earlier on May 31, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar deposited Rs 181 crore into the bank accounts of 67,758 farmers as compensation for the loss of their crops due to unseasonal rainfall in March-April.

Students Seek LG's Intervention to Conduct CUET Exam in J&K Instead of Punjab

Candidates appearing for the CUET-UG in J&K's Ramban district on Monday sought Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha’s intervention in allocation of exam centres close to the Union Territory and not in Punjab. Sinha had on Friday raised the issue of lack of CUET examination centres in Jammu and Kashmir with the Union Education minister Dharmendra Pradhan...

Bangladesh to see more power cuts as demand soars

Heat waves in several parts of the world has sent electricity demand soaring. Bangladesh, too is facing increased issues due to heat waves and rising electricity demand. Sweltering heat wave has seen a sharp rise in electricity demand in the South

Kerala college where student killed self closed indefinitely, protesting students refuse to vacate hostel

Amal Jyothi College in Kanjirappilly has been closed indefinitely following protests by students after 20-year-old Shraddha Satish allegedly died by suicide.

Ukraine Denies Russia's Claim of a Major Attack

On June 5, Moscow accused Ukraine's military of launching a significant attack on Russia's defenses along the war's southeastern front lines.

Navi Mumbai: NMMC Chief Directs Thorough Probe Into Wonders Park Incident

The Commissioner of the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) has directed a thorough investigation into the accident involving the Sky Swinger Cradle Ride at Wonders Park in Nerul. Six persons were injured while enjoying the ride on June 3 night. Narvekar said that he has directed a thorough investigation to be conducted and action should be ta...

Sandesara Brothers Facing Fraud Charges In India But Flourishing In This Country - What Report Said

A recent media report highlighted how Nigeria has become a safe haven for the Sandesara brothers, who are branded as fugitives by India, according to an IANS report. The selection of a firm owned by their family to drill wells for a major project in Nigeria is seen as another example of the brothers finding refuge in the country, shielding them from legal troubles back home.

Odisha train accident: Ashwini Vaishnaw holds meetings with railway officials

On Tuesday, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw is holding a series of high-level meetings with officials in Delhi. Vaishnaw returned to Delhi from Balasore after reviewing the rescue and restoration work following the triple train accident in Odisha. At least 288 people were killed and more than 900 were injured in the accident. Later in the day, he is scheduled to speak to general managers of all zonal railways through video conferencing....

Bengal man presumed dead after Odisha train accident back home

Biswajit Malik was presumed dead and laid on a field adjacent to the tracks along with other victims. But, he soon regained consciousness and was rushed to a hospital.

Badhir News: Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav held a meeting with officials

Badhir News is a special section of Zee News for deaf people which is specially designed by keeping deaf people in mind only. This brings you the latest news updates every afternoon.

Railways put Odisha accident toll at 278 as three more succumb to injuries

Bhubaneswar, Jun 6 (PTI) Railways put the official death toll in the Odisha triple train crash at 278, stating that three more people have succumbed to their injuries

Did Mamata Banerjee dole out now-withdrawn Rs 2,000 notes to kin of Odisha train accident victims?

Days after claiming that she had just 7 to 8 notes of Rs 2,000 withdrawn by the RBI under the ‘clean note policy’ at her place, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee ostensibly doled out compensation to the kin of Odisha train accident victims in the same denomination notes. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) took pot shots at the West Bengal ch...

UPSC NDA & CDS II 2023 Registration Closes Today At; Direct Link Here

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will close online registrations for National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Examination and Combined Defence Academy (CDS) 2023 today, June 6. Interested and eligible candidates can fill their forms till 6 pm through the link given on UPSC NDA NA & CDS 2 2023 The Last date to apply is today, June...

Senior ticket collector saves women from falling while catching a train from Wadala Railway Station

In a CCTV footage shared by the Central Railways on Tuesday morning, it can be seen that the alert railway official rushed to help the elderly woman, pulling her away from the moving local train just in the nick of time.

European Court of Human Rights condemn Russia for failing to adequately investigate 2020 poisoning of Alexei Navalny

The European Court of Human Rights chastised Russia on Tuesday for failing to adequately investigate the poisoning of opposition politician Alexei Navalny in 2020, which the West claims was an assassination attempt. The Strasbourg-based ECHR stated that Russia had neglected “to explore the allegations of a possible political motive for the attempte...

Manipur violence: BSF jawan killed, two soldiers wounded in firing by suspected Kuki terrorists

A BSF official said suspected Kuki miscreants resorted to indiscriminate and heavy firing targeted at BSF troops deployed at the Serou Practical High School around 4 15 am

Breaking News | 'Special Force To Be Created In Karnataka To Check Moral Policing: HM G. Parameshwara

Breaking News: In order to monitor moral policing, a special squad would be formed in Karnataka, notably in Mangaluru, the district capital of the Dakshina Kannada district, according to the state's home minister, G Parameshwara, on Tuesday. The minister said that fostering racial peace was the main reason the special team was formed. "A lot of so-called moral policing is taking on in Dakshina Kannada, especially in Mangaluru. People are sick and tired of it. Some people are making significant efforts to develop this. Therefore, we want to halt this moral policing right away and take whatever actions are required to prevent this from happening again, Parameshwara told reporters. Keep an eye on Times Now for the latest developments. #karnataka #mangaluru #dakshinakannada #homeminister #gparameshwara #breakingnews #englishnews #latetsnews #latestupdates #politics

Secunderabad-Agartala Express Halted At Odisha's Behrampur Station After AC Coach Catches Fire

Passengers of Secunderabad-Agartala Express were asked to deboard after smoke was detected in an AC coach B5. Fire officials rushed to the spot to control the situation. The incident comes days after a triple train tragedy in Odisha claimed 278 lives.

Mamata likely to visit Cuttack & Bhubaneswar to meet those injured in triple train crash

Kolkata, Jun 6 (PTI) West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is likely to visit hospitals in Cuttack and Bhubaneswar in neighbouring Odisha on Tuesday to meet those injured in the triple train crash undergoing treatment there

Kolkata Airport Bomb Scare: Qatar Airways London-Bound Flight Grounded After Hoax Threat

Following the bomb scare at Kolkata's Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, 531 passengers, who were onboard, were taken off the flight.

42 dead, thousands homeless after floods hit Haiti

At least 42 people died in Haiti after torrential rains triggered flooding and landslide. Dozens were missing, and many were injured across the country.

No forced return of Rohingya refugees to Myanmar, Bangladesh promises

According to a senior UN official, Bangladesh has pledged that no Rohingya refugee would be sent back to Myanmar without their will as part of the contentious planned repatriation procedure. “Refugees who wish to return should have access to clear, factual information to be able to make free and informed decisions,” Kelly T. Clements, the UN deputy...

Pro-Khalistan slogans raised on Operation Bluestar anniversary

Amritsar, Jun 6 (PTI) Pro-Khalistan slogans were raised on the Golden Temple premises Tuesday by supporters and activists of radical Sikh outfits on the 39th anniversary of Operation Bluestar

IIT student Faizan Ahmed death case: Calcutta HC orders Kharagpur police to include Section 302 in FIR

The Calcutta High Court has directed the Kharagpur police to include Section 302 in the investigation into the death of IIT Kharagpur student Faizan Ahmed from Assam.

Train Crash Hearing In SC, Plea Demands Judicial Probe | Cong Goes All Guns Blazing | English News

Four days after the train accident took place in Odisha's Balasore, The CBI team has now reached ground zero to take over the investigation into the three-train clash in Odisha. The CBI probe team arrived at the accident site in Balasore just this morning amid reports of possible 'sabotage'. Politics is now, of course, peaking over the tragedy. It's quite unfortunate, but the opposition is questioning the need for a CBI probe. In fact, days after the ex-railway minister, now a BJP leader, said that "he 100% suspects sabotage in the case," Jairam Ramesh of the Congress has come out to hit out at the BJP. So there are several Congress leaders who are raising objections to the need for a CBI probe. The TMC is also raising its own set of questions. Keep an eye on Times Now for the latest developments. #odisha #balasoretripletraintargedy #centralbureauofinvestigation #sabotage #congress #trinamoolcongress #englishnews #latestnews #latestupdates #politics

Passenger attempts to set fire to coach of Kerala train, held

A passenger traveling on an inter-city train in Kerala was arrested for allegedly attempting to set fire to Kannur-Ernakulam Intercity Express on Monday.

Secunderabad-Agartala Express: Passengers Panic After Smoke Detected, Train Departs After 45 Mins

Days after the horrific Odisha train tragedy, passengers of the Secunderabad-Agartala Express train had to go through a scarry experience after smoke was detected in the train. The incident led to the train departing from the station after 45 minutes. Some angry passengers were seen complaining about the safety measures in trains and mentioned the ...

President Murmu conferred with Suriname's highest civilian award

Paramaribo, Jun 6 (PTI) President Droupadi Murmu has been conferred with Suriname's highest civilian award by her counterpart Chandrikapersad Santokhi to honour the deep-rooted bilateral ties

Manipur: Forces inflict casualties on insurgents after BSF soldier is killed

Joint anti-insurgency operations are in progress in Manipur comprising of personnel from the Indian Army, Assam Rifles, Border Security Force, Central Reserve Police Force and Manipur Police, the Defence Ministry officials informed on Tuesday. Dimapur-based Spear Corps took to Twitter to give updates about operations happening in Sugnu town in the Kakching district of Manipur Sharing the update, the unit said: "Inputs indicate casualties to...