Today’s News Headlines

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Today’s News Headlines

Read the one-liner news from all the sections across the globe, ranging from National news, International news, current affairs, Sports, and Business.



National Headlines

  • Apex Court will examine if Article 35A affects “Basic Structure” of Constitution.
  • Supreme Court slams Delhi Householders for Waste management.
  • NDTV Expose: Supreme Court To Take Up Hapur Lynching On Petition.
  • First Post: Assam turns into a haven for illegal migrants blunders and missed opportunities to resolve the vexed issue
  • Samajwadi Party MP Dharmendra Yadav raises the issue of Muzaffarpur shelter home abuse.
  • Rajya Sabha reconvenes; members question the status of AIIMS in West Bengal.
  • Lakshadweep MP seeks separate fire and emergency services department at UT.
  • Trinamool Congress member Ratna De Nag asks about the e-NAM platform.

International Headlines

  • Pakistan to release 30 Indian fishermen on eve of Imran’s oath.
  • Iran sanctions: Rouhani condemns US ‘psychological warfare’.
  • Texas student poses with an alligator in graduation snaps.
  • Brazil closes border to Venezuela migrants.
  • Joël Robuchon, Michelin star French chef, dies aged 73.




Sports Headlines

  • Stan Kroenke bids to buy Arsenal outright.
  • भारत की ओर से टेस्ट में सबसे ज्यादा शतक लगाने के मामले में कोहली चौथे स्थान पर |
  • Chelsea may move for Jack Butland if Thibaut Courtois leaves.
  • Man Utd rejects the offer for Paul Pogba from Barcelona of £45m plus Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes.




Business Headlines

  • Rajan Nanda would always adopt the right way of doing business: RC Bhargava.
  • Foreign proxy advisory firms need domestic regulation: Uday Kotak.
  • PepsiCo’s Indra Nooyi had a special affinity for India.
  • Tech Mahindra adopts facial recognition to mark attendance.
  • Stock market update: Midcaps underperform Sensex; Adani Power top loser of the pack.




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