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Major Fire Breaks Out at a Factory in Delhi’s Udyog Nagar, 27 Fire Engines at The Spot

Delhi, January 16: A major fire broke out at a factory in Delhi’s Udyog Nagar area on Wednesday evening. Around 27 fire tenders were rushed to the spot. The police and fire brigade officials said that the area has been cordoned off and people living nearby were asked to evacuate. The fire brigade officials said […]

New Delhi, Dec 11: Rahul Gandhi is likely to assume the reins of the Congress on December 16. The 47-year-old scion of the Nehru-Gandhi family will face the daunting task of restoring lost glory to the grand old party whose fortunes have been dwindling in the recent past.

A medium intensity earthquake of magnitude 4.5 hit Jammu and Kashmir at 4:48 am on Monday, India Meteorological Department reported in a statement. Meanwhile, the security forces gunned down three terrorists during an encounter in Handwara’s Unisoo. A civilian also lost his life during the operation.

Six persons have been killed and 12 injured in a road accident in Udhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir. The accident took place late on Sunday evening in Sarori village. Due to operational reasons and decreasing visibility in Delhi, 17 trains are arriving late, two have been rescheduled and 10 got cancelled. Besides, Legendary actor Dilip Kumar turns 95 today.

On the international front, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday criticized the policies of US President Donald Trump in the Middle East regarding Jerusalem, Press TV reported. Regarding Jerusalem, French President Emmanuel Macron told visiting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to give chance to the peace process in the Middle East by taking “courageous gestures” toward Palestinians to end the deadlock.

Meanwhile, the United States accused the Palestinian Authority today of “walking away” from a chance to discuss peace in the Middle East by snubbing Vice President Mike Pence on an upcoming visit.