‘He will set an example by case’: UAPA’s FIR against Kashmiri students for anti-India slogans during Pak match
J&K Police has recorded two tip-offs against hostel guards, management and students from two medical colleges in Srinagar as students created a brawl and raised offensive anti-India slogans after Pakistan won the match against India in Dubai on Sunday. Multiple videos of Government Medical College (GMC) and Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS) in Srinagar have gone viral, in which some students can be seen chanting anti-India slogans and praising Pakistan. The brawl occurred even as Home Minister Amit Shah was on his three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir, the first after Article 370 of the former state was repealed.
‘Unbelievable experience’: Paramilitary soldiers re-sort bread with Amit Shah in Pulwama
“He is from Kashi,” Home Minister Amit Shah beamed as he pointed to his dinner companion on Monday – CRPF Policeman Deepak Kumar who hails from Varanasi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s constituency. Constable Deepak Kumar has worked with CRPF for the past seven years. He’s dealt with terrorist encounters and many other law and order challenges, but he’s never been as overwhelmed as he was on Monday. “It’s an incredible experience for me,” he told News18 while sharing a dinner table with Shah and Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha.
US opens air travel to fully vaccinated foreign nationals, kids don’t need to take gab, says Biden
US President Joe Biden on Monday signed an order imposing new vaccine requirements on most foreign national air travelers and lifting strict travel restrictions on China, India and most of Europe effective November 8, the White House said. Unusual travel restrictions in the United States were first imposed in early 2020 to counter the spread of COVID-19. The rules ban most non-US citizens who have been in Britain in the past 14 days, the 26 Schengen countries in Europe without border controls, Ireland, China, India, South Africa, Iran and Brazil.
Four family members were killed after a fire broke out in a building in Simaburi, Delhi
Four members of a family were found dead on Tuesday after a fire broke out in a building in Old Delhi’s Semburi district. Officials said the victims died after inhaling smoke from the fire. According to Delhi Police officials, the fire broke out on the top floor of a three-storey building in Old Seemapuri district on Tuesday morning. Officials said a 4 a.m. fire call was received at Old Seemapuri, after which four fire tenders were taken to the site. They added that the deaths were most likely due to suffocation. Hori Lal, 59, serving as a chief in Shastri Bhawan, is said to be among the dead.
Bitcoin Price Today Approaching $62,900, Ether, Binance Jump; Learn about the highest prices of cryptocurrencies
Bitcoin price continued to rise on Tuesday, October 26th. The world’s largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization touched an all-time high of $67,139 last week, after the launch of the first ever Bitcoin Futures (ETF)-traded fund on the New York Stock Exchange. . It fell slightly after setting a new record but remained above $62,500. Bitcoin price is up 1.71 percent in the past 24 hours to $62,811.91 at 0816 on Oct. 26, according to coinmarketcap.com. Bitcoin dominance is currently at 45.20 percent, down 0.17 percent on the day.
With 1534 mm of rain, Delhi receives the second highest annual rainfall in 121 years
Delhi received the second highest annual rainfall in 121 years, from 1933, until October 25, according to the Safdarjung Airport Observatory. The observatory recorded 1,502.8 mm of rain as of Monday evening, while the national capital recorded 1534.3 mm of rain in 1933, the highest annual rainfall in the period 1901-2021, according to data from the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD). Until October 18, Delhi received a 24-hour accumulated rainfall of 87.9 mm, the highest since 1956. Despite the late monsoon, Delhi received an increased amount of rain in September and October, the departure time of the southwest monsoon. .