ADVERTISEMENT
Live

Latest News: India Is Set to Be Elected to UN Human Rights Council

Catch all the latest news updates of the day here.

Updated
India
8 min read
Catch all the latest news updates of the day here.
i

Catch all the latest news updates of the day here.

2:37 AM , 12 Oct

US to Restrict Nuke Tech Transfers to China

US announces steps to restrict nuclear technology transfers to China, reports AP.

ADVERTISEMENT
12:50 AM , 12 Oct

India Is Set to Be Elected to UN Human Rights Council

India is set to be elected unopposed to the Human Rights Council on 12 October as a candidate from the Asia-Pacific region.

Only five countries are running for the five vacancies from the region, therefore, all are assured of election.

The other four candidates are Bangladesh, Bahrain, Fiji and the Philippines.

(IANS)

7:24 PM , 11 Oct

IT Raids on Mir Group and Hafeez Group in J&K

IT department is conducting a survey at offices of Mir Group in Pulwama and Hafeez group in Srinagar. While Mir group is manufacturer of electric poles, Hafeez Group is in businesses of construction, real estate and hotels.

(Source: ANI)

ADVERTISEMENT
6:23 PM , 11 Oct

Clashes in UP Over Durga Idol Installation, 6 Policemen Injured

Six policemen were injured when they tried to intervene in a clash between members of two communities over installing a Durga idol in Uttar Pradesh’s Bahraich on Thursday.

The incident occurred on Wednesday when some people tried to install the idol of Goddess Durga in the Risiya police station area without permission of the authorities concerned, Additional Superintendent of Police (Rural) Ravindra Kumar Singh said.

People from another community objected to it, leading to a clash. The members from the Hindu and Muslim communities indulged in brick-batting, he said.

The clashing groups also attacked the police team rushed to control the situation. Six policemen - two sub-inspectors and four constables - were injured in the incident, the ASP said.

(Source: PTI)


Published: 11 Oct 2018, 7:32 AM IST
ADVERTISEMENT
Stay Updated

Subscribe To Our Daily Newsletter And Get News Delivered Straight To Your Inbox.

Join over 120,000 subscribers!
ADVERTISEMENT