SC issues notice to CBI on bail plea of TMC leader Anubrata Mondal in connection with alleged cattle smuggling case.
Iran Foreign Ministry spokesman says $6 billion once frozen in South Korea now in Qatar, key element of US prisoner swap, reports AP.
D B Realty Ltd raised funds of approx. Rs 1,544 cr by way of preferential issue of 25.75 cr convertible warrants to promoter group/ non promoter (investors) in two phases/rounds in February and March, 2022.
The CWC meeting in Hyderabad has sent a very different message across the country. The two-day meetings were very constructive…Congress has traditionally not gone in with one face (for Rajasthan CM). We go as a united party. Our top leadership will lead the campaign from the front…We fight the elections unitedly. Once we get the mandate then the newly elected MLAs and the party leadership decide as to who will lead the govt.
– Congress leader Sachin Pilot
IDBI Bank may get a six-month extension to continue with the housing finance business: Sources to ET NOW
In Rig Veda, our sages revealed the basic principles of ‘Dharma’ which defines Bharat and which created Bharat. These principles created a culture, a civilisation where people followed different sects but still, they believed there is a member of a ‘Kutumba’…they were like families in a tree.
– Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi
RBI may extend the Nov deadline as LIC holding in IDBI bank may change post divestment; IDBI bank may get a six month extension to continue with housing finance business: Sources to ET NOW
SC dissolves the SIT probing Lakhimpur Kheri violence matter
Supreme Court dissolves the SIT probing Lakhimpur Kheri violence matter, observing that the investigation is complete and trial is underway.The apex court relieved retired High Court judge Justice Rakesh Kumar Jain from the task of monitoring the SIT probing into the said matter.
From the last two days, the level of the Narmada river on the Golden Bridge is hovering around 40-41ft. Still, it is 40ft and there are chances for its reduction. Wherever there was water, it has now receded. 5,700 people are shifted already. By and large, the situation is under control.
– Bharuch Collector Tushar Sumera
AU Small Finance Bank launches “Swadesh Banking,” an initiative to understand the rural and semi-urban markets combined with comprehensive solutions for farmers, self-employed personnel, and micro enterprises in India.
Indigo paints commences commercial production at Pudukkottai, Tamil Nadu today; the new facility has capacity to produce over 50,000 KL per annum of water-based paint products.
Aditya-L1 starts collecting scientific data: ISRO
The sensors of the The Supra Thermal & Energetic Particle Spectrometer (STEPS) instrument have begun measuring supra-thermal and energetic ions and electrons at distances greater than 50,000 km from Earth, ISRO said in an update on X.This data helps scientists analyze the behaviour of particles surrounding Earth.The figure displays variations in the energetic particle environment, collected by one of the units.
Radico Khaitan Limited commissioned its 350 KLPD greenfield grain distillery along with a captive power plant of 15 MW at Sitapur, Uttar Pradesh today.
The Governor is indulging in false propaganda as he is not able to stomach the growth the ‘Dravidian’ model of governance has achieved. He is against ‘Dravidian’ ideology, and he promotes ‘Sanatan’ ideology as wherever he goes, he speaks about virtues of ‘Sanatan Dharma’, but the ‘Sanatan Dharma’ is responsible for the caste system.
– DMK leader Saravanan Annadurai on TN Guv RN Ravi’s ‘social discrimination in the state’ remarks.
When I first entered this building as member, I never imagined that I will get so much love from people.
– PM Modi on old Parliament building
Indian cricket team players arrive in Mumbai after successfully concluding their Asia Cup campaign, which was held in Sri Lanka.
UNESCO gave another present to the PM on his birthday: Minister G Kishan Reddy
“UNESCO principally approved this structure as a World Heritage Site. UNESCO gave another present to the PM on his birthday. This is the 41st World Heritage Site recognised in India…I want to thank the PM and UNESCO on behalf of the Culture Ministry…” says Union Minister G Kishan Reddy on Santiniketan being inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
He should go back and ready history, because the first Amendment for reservation was brought by Tamil Nadu. Social justice is creating an inclusive world. Social justice means that it gives a level-playing ground for everybody.
– DMK leader Kanimozhi on Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi’s ‘social discrimination’ remarks.
Russia launched 24 drones at Ukrainian regions of Odesa and Mykolaiv overnight: Reuters citing Air Force
TPC Mining will also explore mining uranium in India: Sources to Reuters
NTPC’s mining arm will explore overseas sourcing of battery minerals such as lithium, cobalt and nickel: Sources to Reuters
SC to hear appeal to allow sale of Ganesh idols made using PoP
Supreme Court agrees to hear today itself an appeal against a division bench of the Madras High Court which stayed an order of a single judge allowing the sale of Ganesh idols made using Plaster of Paris.
Salasar Techno Engineering Ltd bags an EPC contract worth Rs 75.32 cr from Energy Development Corporation Limited for setting up of 110kv transmission line.
Capacit’e lnfraprojects Limited has received repeat order from Raymond Limited worth Rs 281 cr for project Codename Xception at Thane.
Gujarat floods: Low-lying areas in Bharuch district flooded
Ujjain: Shipra River’s water level decreased today but temples near the riverbank are still half-submerged in water.
VI denies acquisition reports: After media reports said that the three US giants are in race to acquire the cash strapped telco basis which Vodafone Idea’s stock has rallied around 20% over the past two weeks.
VI states news of acquisition by US telecom giant false news
Vodafone Idea has released a statement claiming that the news of its acquisition by a US telecom company is false. The statement clearly states that the company is not in any such discussion with any of the named parties (Verizon, Starlink and Amazon).
Sensex early trade
Sensex falls 286.6 points to 67,552.03 in early trade; Nifty declines 70.7 points to 20,121.65.
Gujarat rains: Over 10k people evacuated after heavy rain triggers flooding in Gujarat
Heavy rain, combined with the release of water from major dams including Sardar Sarovar, Ukai, and Kadana, wreaked havoc on several parts of Gujarat, particularly in the southern and central regions of the state on Sunday, prompting the evacuation of nearly 10,000 people to safety in five districts.More than 200 individuals had to be rescued as they found themselves stranded due to the heavy waterlogging and flood-like conditions. In the worst-hit districts of Bharuch, Narmada, and Vadodara, numerous villages grappled with flooding in low-lying areas, leaving several communities cut off.In Ahmedabad, relentless rain disrupted daily life as residents refrained from venturing out due to waterlogged roads. Towards the evening, the city also witnessed thunderstorms and intermittent heavy rainfall, with Ahmedabad recording 84mm of rainfall by 8 pm on Sunday.Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel conducted an aerial survey of the district to assess the situation, and fortunately, no casualties were reported.The India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a red alert for several districts including Panchmahal, Dahod, Kheda, Aravalli, Mahisagar, Banaskantha, and Sabarkantha, predicting isolated extremely heavy rainfall until Tuesday morning. The IMD also warned of isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall in Gujarat until Thursday morning.
Japan should take China to WTO over ban on Japanese seafood imports: Former UN official
A former senior UN official has said Japan should take China to the World Trade Organization (WTO) over Beijing’s decision to ban imports of Japanese fishery products following the release of treated radioactive water from the crippled Fukushima nuclear power plant, Kyodo News reported. Kyodo News is a nonprofit cooperative news agency based in Minato, Tokyo. Former UN undersecretary-general for communications and public information Kiyotaka Akasaka argued that Japan could file a complaint with the WTO as a “tactical move” to induce China to end the punitive action which Tokyo says is not based on scientific grounds.
Magnitude 5.1 earthquake strikes Northern Italy Region: USGS
King Charles III heads to France for state visit
Charles III finally makes it across the Channel from Britain to France this week, six months after rioting and strikes forced the last-minute postponement of his first state visit as king. The 74-year-old British head of state’s rescheduled three-day trip to Paris and Bordeaux with his wife Queen Camilla, 76, starts on Wednesday, with the itinerary largely unchanged from March.
IMD issues heavy rain warning in some districts of Gujarat
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a red alert for Panchmahal, Dahod, Kheda, Aravalli, Mahisagar, Banaskantha and Sabarkantha districts predicting isolated extremely heavy rainfall till Tuesday morning. It has also warned of isolated heavy to very heavy rainfall in Gujarat in its forecast till Thursday morning.
IMD predicts light to moderate rain across Gujarat
Moderate rain very likely in Gujarat – namely Junagarh, Porbandar and Gir Somnath during next 3 hours. Light rain very likely in the districts namely Ahmadabad, Mahesana, Gandhinagar, Patan, Banaskantha, Sabarkantha, Aravalli, Mahisagar, Panchmahal, Khera, Anand, Vadodara, Dahod, Chhota Udepur, Bharuch, Narmada, Surat, Tapi, Devbhumi Dwarka, Jamnagar, Morbi, Surendranagar, Rajkot, Amreli, Botad, Bhavnagar, Kutch and in Diu during next 3 hours.
Taiwan says 103 Chinese warplanes flew toward the island in a new daily high in recent times
Taiwan’s defence ministry said on Monday it had detected 103 Chinese warplanes around the island in one day, describing the number as a “recent high”. “Between the morning of September 17th to 18th, the Ministry of National Defence had detected a total of 103 Chinese aircraft which was a recent high and has posed severe challenges to the security across the Taiwan Strait and in the region,” it said in a statement. Beijing’s “continued military harassment can easily lead to a sharp spike in tension and worsen regional security,” the ministry said, as it called on China to “immediately stop such destructive unilateral actions.”
Taiwan urges China to stop ‘destructive’ military activities
Taiwan’s defence ministry on Monday urged China to stop “destructive, unilateral action” after reporting a spike in Chinese military activities near the island, warning such harassment could lead to a sharp increase in tensions. The ministry said that since Sunday it had spotted 103 Chinese military aircraft carrying out missions over the sea, which it referred to as a “recent high”.
“Cong’s only agenda is to win Telangana, helping INDIA prevail over NDA”: Karnataka Deputy CM DK Shivkumar
Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar on Sunday said the only agenda of the Congress was to win the upcoming Telangana Assembly elections while also helping the Opposition bloc — INDIA — of which it is also a part, prevail over the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in the Lok Sabha polls next year. Speaking to reporters after the meeting of the reconstituted Congress Working Committee (CWC) in Hyderabad on Sunday, Shivakumar said, “Our only agenda is to win the Telangana (Assembly) elections and help INDIA emerge victorious in the next general elections. There is no other agenda at this point.”
Taiwan says detected 103 Chinese warplanes around island
Leftist ideology has brought destruction to world: RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat
In a scathing attack on the Leftwing ideology, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Sunday said the Left leaders brought destruction to the world in the name of Marxism. The RSS chief said the onus was on India to save the world from the destruction caused by the Left ideology and politics.
We need to get over syndrome that ‘West is the bad guy’: Jaishankar
External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar on Sunday said the West was not the “bad guy” as it was not flooding Asian and African markets with goods on a massive scale and that there was a need to get over the “syndrome” of seeing it in a negative way. Jaishankar, in an interview to Malayalam news channel Asianet, also made it clear that he was not batting for the West. He was in Thiruvananthapuram as part of the launch of the PM Vishwakarma scheme. “It is not the West which is flooding Asia and Africa with goods on a massive scale. I think we need to get over the syndrome of the past that the West is the bad guy and on the other side are the developing countries. The world is more complicated, the problems are much more complicated than that,” the minister said.
Incapable of condemning insult to Sanatan Dharma: BJP leader Bandi Sanjay blasts Congress over Udhayanidhi remarks
Wading into the continuing political firestorm over DMK leader Udhayanidhi Stalin’s remarks, equating Sanatan Dharma with “mosquitoes, dengue, malaria, fever and corona”, BJP leader Bandi Sanjay Kumar said the controversy has pushed the Congress into a helpless state where it cannot outrightly condemn the statement. Addressing a seminar in Chennai earlier, the DMK leader had called for ‘Sanatan’ to be ‘eradicated’ and not just ‘opposed’. The DMK and the Congress are not only allies in the ruling coalition in Tamil Nadu but are also partners in the Opposition bloc — the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA).
After announcing poll guarantees in Telangana, Sonia and Rahul back in Delhi
After announcing six poll guarantees for the people of Telangana at a mammoth rally ahead of the Assembly elections, Congress Parliamentary Party Chairperson Sonia Gandhi and party MP Rahul Gandhi returned to the national capital on Sunday evening. The two had also attended the inaugural meeting of the reconstituted Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting in Hyderabad. Sonia and Rahul were pictured coming out of the Delhi airport, with their security escorts in tow.
Chinese FM Wang Yi to visit Russia Sept 18-21: foreign ministry
China’s top diplomat Wang Yi will visit Russia from September 18-21 for security talks, his foreign ministry said Monday. “At the invitation of Nikolai Patrushev, Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Wang Yi… will go to Russia to hold the 18th round of the China-Russian Strategic Security Consultations (SSCC) from 18 to 21 September,” a statement on the ministry’s website said.
Disrespecting Sanatana Dharma against constitution: Arjun Ram Mehwal says Cong yet to clear stand
Amid the explosive political fallout of DMK leader Udhayanidhi Stalin’s remarks against Sanatan Dharma, Union Law Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal on Sunday said the statements from the likes of KC Venugopal and Karti Chidambaram failed to clearly spell out or articulate the Congress’s stand on the issue. Speaking to ANI on Sunday, Meghwal said, “The statements from the likes of KC Venugopal, Karti Chidambaram and (Mallikarjun) Kharge’s son (Priyank Kharge) do not clearly spell out the Congress’s stand on Sanatan Dharma. We believe people holding constitutional positions should be respectful of all religions. Disrespecting Sanatan Dharma is against the Constitution.”