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Xi Jinping · Hangzhou
Xi to open biggest ever Asian Games after a year's delay
Chinese President Xi Jinping will declare the Asian Games open at a glittering ceremony in Hangzhou on Saturday (Sep 23), kick-starting a sporting behemoth that boasts more athletes than the Olympics.See the Story
39% Right coverage: 28 sources
Justin Trudeau · Canada
Surveillance of Indian diplomats in Canada led to allegations around Sikh killing, official says
The allegation of India’s involvement in the killing of a Sikh Canadian is based on surveillance of Indian diplomats in Canada, including intelligence provided by a major ally, a Canadian official familiar with the matter told The Associated Press on Thursday. See the Story
50% Left coverage: 28 sources
China Politics · China
China bars three female Indian athletes from Asian Games: Reports
Three Indian martial arts athletes from a region claimed by China have been forced to pull out of the Asian Games in Hangzhou after not receiving clearance from the host country, media reports say. See the Story
44% Center coverage: 23 sources
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Business · Manipur
Mobile internet services restored in Manipur after more than four months
Mobile internet services were suspended as ethnic violence erupted in Manipur in early May. The services resumed hours after Chief Minister N Biren Singh made an announcement in this regard in the morning. He also called for the cancellation of the free movement regime that allows people residing close to the India-Myanmar border to venture 16 km deep into each other's territory.See the Story
Pinarayi Vijayan · Thiruvananthapuram
Congress questions Kerala CM over JD(S) alliance; Not going to join NDA, says K Krishnankutty
Thiruvananthapuram: Congress on Saturday asked the Pinarayi Vijayan-led Left Democratic Front (LDF) why they are not ousting ally JD (S) from their Front after its national leadership became an ally of NDA which is led by BJP. “On one hand they say theySee the Story
Kerala · Kerala
Qualifying percentile for MDS for NEET PG-MDS Counselling 2023 lowered
Medical Counselling Committee (MCC), Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), has notified the decision of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), Government of India; to reduce the qualifying percentile for Dental PG Courses (MDS) for NEETSee the Story
NIA · Manipur
Suspected terrorist arrested by NIA amid ethnic unrest in Manipur
Moirangthem Anand Singh was arrested from Manipur and brought to New Delhi for questioning. Singh was one of the five persons arrested by Manipur Police for possessing weapons looted from police armoury. The arrest had led to agitation by the majority community, who were claiming them to be village defence activists.See the Story
Kerala · Kerala
Eddelu Karnataka: The butterfly effect that voted out BJP
Eddelu Karnataka (Wake Up Karnataka) actively opposed Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) during the Karnataka Assembly election, 2023. The movement was able to organise 80 workshops for volunteers and the public, enroll 1.6 Lakh new voters, and negotiate with 29 independent candidates to withdraw their candidatures.See the Story
Justin Trudeau · Canada
Canada shared evidence of ‘credible allegations’ on Nijjar’s killing with India ‘many weeks ago’, seeks to establish facts: PM Trudeau
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said that Canada shared with India evidence that it may have been behind the killing of Khalistan separatist Hardeep Singh Nijjar on Canadian soil. Trudeau, however, did not elaborate on the evidence that he says has been shared with New Delhi. Tensions flared between India and Canada early this week following Trudeau’s explosive allegations of the involvement of Indian agents in the killing.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
MLA · Thrissur
Alleged malpractices: Ayyanthole co-op bank stares at Rs 100 cr burden, says Anil Akkara
Former MLA and Congress leader Anil Akkara on Saturday alleged that Ayyanthole co-operative bank in the district stares at Rs 100 crore burden due to malpractices. He cited the plight of a retired teacher's family in Chitilappilly village, which faces eviction notice over the alleged act of perpetrators linked to the scam.See the Story
Xi Jinping · India
Asian Games 2023: Opening ceremony gets underway in Hangzhou as Harmanpreet, Lovlina lead as flag bearers
Chinese President Xi Jinping declares the Asian Games open in Hangzhou. More than 12,000 athletes from 45 nations and territories will compete in 40 sports. The Games have been delayed by a year because of China's now-abandoned zero-Covid regime. The hosts are overwhelming favourites to top the medals table.See the Story
Coverage: 5 sources