Freedom seeking Sikh Organisation Dal Khalsa announced that they will be hoisting the Sikh National Flag in Amritsar City on 15 August in parallel to Indian Independence Day celebrations.
According to the US Geological Survey, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake rocked western Haiti, prompting a tsunami alarm. Some damage has already been reported.
Ghani’s pre-recorded message, read from a teleprompter, stated remobilizing the Afghan National Security Forces was a “top priority” and that he would find methods to assist the thousands of civilians displaced across the nation by fighting.
The Taliban issued a general declaration for all Afghan citizens in response to their continued territorial victories. This proclamation has been originally written in Persian and distributed under the Islamic Emirate banner.
The Sidhu-Captain tussle in the Punjab Congress is on the rise and now it seems to have reached its peak. Capt. Amarinder Singh was upset over the news of Navjot Sidhu being given the presidency of the Punjab Congress by the Gandhi family, and while expressing his displeasure, he said that Sidhu would be accepted as the President only if he would first apologize for the words used against him.
The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) on the occasion of death anniversary of Jathedar Teja Singh Samundri, a prominent leader of Gurdwara Reform Movement organized a Gurmat Samagam (religious congregation) in his memory at its headquarter Teja Singh Samundri Hall on Saturday.
In a protest against the new report of the High Level Committee on Governance Reforms for Panjab University, Youth Akali Dal and SOI activists gathered in Panjab University campus today.
Novak Djokovic beats Matteo Berrettini to win 6th Wimbledon title and 20th Grand Slam title. Finally he is level with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal on 20 Grand Slam titles.
Sources said that 50 Indians were flown to New Delhi in an Indian Air Force plane on Saturday. “Local staff are still on the mission. But, for all practical purposes, the consulate is temporarily shut,” the sources said.
On Wednesday, Narendra Modi did the biggest cabinet reshuffle since 2014, the year he came into power. 36 new faces were brought into the council of ministers. The number of ministers in the new cabinet was increased from 52 to 78, just a little short of the permitted limit of 81.