SC to hear pleas on farm laws: Days after it stayed the implementation of the new farm laws, the Supreme Court will on Monday hear again the pleas relating to contentious laws as well as the ongoing farmers’ protest at Delhi borders.
Doubling farmers’ income biggest priority: Shah: Union Home minister Amit Shah on Sunday said doubling farmers income was the biggest priority of the Narendra Modi government and that the three farm laws would ensure manifold hike in their earnings.
Farmers firm on R-Day tractor march: Farmer unions protesting against the Centre’s agri laws said on Sunday that they will go ahead with their proposed tractor parade in Delhi on Republic Day.
Islamic terrorist Mamata will have to take refugee in Bangladesh: UP minister: Uttar Pradesh minister Anand Swaroop Shukla on Sunday called West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee an “Islamic terrorist” and said she would have to take refuge in Bangladesh after the Assembly elections in her state.
Sena to contest Assembly elections in Bengal: Shiv Sena has decided to contest the West Bengal Assembly Elections, scheduled to be held in April-May this year, party leader Sanjay Raut announced on Sunday.
Biden to reverse Trump’s Muslim ban: On his first day in office, US President-elect Joe Biden plans to issue a number of executive orders, including one rescinding the controversial travel ban on several predominantly Muslim countries.
Blow to China, Trump admin halts Huawei suppliers: The Trump administration notified Huawei suppliers, including chipmaker Intel, that it is revoking certain licences to sell to the Chinese company and intends to reject dozens of other applications to supply the telecommunications firm.
UK invites PM Modi for G7 meet: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Sunday invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi to be part of the G7 meeting, which will be chaired by the UK from June 13-15.
Will incorporate ‘Karnataka-occupied areas’ into Maharashtra: CM: Chief minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday said his government is committed towards incorporating into the state the areas of Karnataka where Marathi-speaking people are in majority.
BJP in K’taka will return to power: Shah: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in Karnataka will not only complete its five-year term but also return to power with absolute majority in the state, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said.