Must Read News Articles-September 28th 2019



At UN General Assembly, Narendra Modi calls for unity against terror

Prime Minister’s speech highlights development and environment at the 74th session of United Nations General Assembly.

Panscheel must for peace: Chinese envoy

The Chinese envoy urged India to follow the principle of peaceful co-existence as devised in the Nehruvian era.

The top court and a grave of freedom

The corpus of judgments by the highest court is replete with cases where the bogey of security has trumped basic rights

As Xi comes a-calling, a footprint without traction

Nepal will gain little from China’s outreach unless there is a recalibration in its long-term vision of development


Chandrayaan 2 Vikram Lander had a hard-landing, may be hiding in a shadow: NASA

NASA releases images of Vikram’s targeted landing site captured by its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.

Gen. Rawat gets baton of Chairman Chiefs of Staff Committee

Indian Air Force (IAF) Chief Air Chief Marshal (ACM) BS Dhanoa, who retires on September 30, handed over the baton of Chairman Chiefs of Staff Committee (COSC) to Army Chief Gen. Bipin Rawat.

India, Nepal, Bhutan to count tigers in high altitude

A study jointly conducted by three countries had established that there were 52,671 of tiger habitat in high altitudes or Himalayan habitats of India, Nepal and Bhutan.

‘Heart attack linked to air pollution’

Air pollution could well be the new equivalent of smoking for heart diseases.

‘Centre looking to ease foreign investment limits in govt. bonds’

India is looking to ease foreign investment limits in government bonds, as it seeks to get its securities included in global bond indices in the next two years.

Capital expenditure on track to meet year-end target, says FM

The government’s capital expenditure is on track and will meet the budgeted target by the end of the year, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said

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