Morning Wrap: Restrictions Back In Kashmir, 36 Killed In China & Other Top Stories

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 29 September 2019, 10:06 AM
News Nation Morning Wrap: Top stories of the day
News Nation Morning Wrap: Top stories of the day

After Imran Khan’s UNGA Speech, Protests In Kashmir, Authorities Reimpose Restrictions

After war of words between India and Pakistan at the United Nations General Assembly, authorities have reimposed restrictions in Kashmir parts. Protests broke out in several parts of Srinagar soon after Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan concluded his maiden UNGA speech warning that there will be a bloodbath when the curfew in Kashmir is lifted. Read more…

Maharashtra Assembly Elections: BJP-Shiv Sena Seat Sharing Pact Likely To Be Announced Today

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Shiv Sena are likely to announce seat sharing pact for Maharashtra Assembly elections today. The announcement is scheduled on Sunday as the day marks the beginning of nine-day long Navratri festival. According to sources, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was keen for the both parties to contest the Maharashtra Assembly Elections together this time.  Elections for 288 assembly seats in Maharashtra will be held on October 21 and the results will be declared on October 24. Read more…

PM Narendra Modi Praises Valour Of Indian Army On 3rd Anniversary Of Surgical Strike

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday reached New Delhi after concluding his 6-days U.S. visit. He was received by BJP’s working president JP Nadda and other top brass of Delhi BJP at Palam airport. PM Modi, later addressed the party workers who came in huge numbers to give a rousing welcome to their top leader. Read more…

36 Killed, 36 Injured In Bus-Truck Collision In China's Jiangsu province

In yet another tragic incident, at least 36 people were killed and 36 others injured after a coach of a bus collided with a truck in east China, local media reported on Sunday morning. Of the 36 injured, nine were seriously injured, 26 received minor injuries while one was discharged immediately from the hospital, which they were rushed to. Read more…

Petrol, Diesel Prices: Check September 29 Rates In Your City Here

Petrol and diesel price did not see any change on Sunday (September 29). The rate of petrol and diesel have increased heavily since September 17 following attacks on Saudi Arabian crude oil facilities. Since the attack less than two weeks that resulted in the biggest supply disruption in the history of the oil trade, global benchmark prices have gently settled back to where they were before the drone attacks on Saudi facilities. But commuters and motorists in India seemed to have no respite. In Delhi, Petrol prices have soared by Rs 2.31 a litre and diesel by Rs 1.81 in the last ten days—the most since daily price revision was introduced in 2017. Read more…

First Published: Sunday, September 29, 2019 09:58 AM
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