Starting next year, the self-declared Nagorno-Karabakh Republic will no longer exist, as its president has issued a decree to dissolve all state institutions in the aftermath of its defeat by Azerbaijan. The Azerbaijani victory led to a mass exodus of ethnic Armenians residing in Nagorno-Karabakh and marked the conclusion of long-standing conflicts. President Samvel Shahramanyan's decree mandates the dissolution of all institutions and organizations of the Republic of Artsakh, an entity not internationally recognized, by the beginning of the upcoming year.
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Karnataka Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) legislator Basangouda Patil Yatnal has sparked a fresh row by saying Jawaharlal Nehru wasn’t India’s first Prime Minister. Addressing a recent public event, the BJP MLA said, “Nehru was not the first Prime Minister, but it was Subhash Chandra Bose.” He asserted that the British left India because Bose instilled fear in them. The BJP MLA also mocked the father of the nation in his speech at a public event in Karnataka.
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Just a few days after donning a coolie attire and carrying luggage at the Anand Vihar railway station in Delhi, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday visited the Kirti Nagar furniture market, thereby grabbing the headlines yet again.
#RahulGandhi #RahulGandhiMeetsCarpenters #RahulGandhiFurnitureMarket #KirtiNagar
On September 26, an electric multiple unit (EMU) train derailed and climbed onto a platform at Mathura Junction. According to reports, the EMU train originated from Shakur Basti in Delhi. Two days after the incident, a video of the incident has surfaced showing a railway staffer entering the engine cab and carelessly putting his bag on the throttle, before getting engrossed in his mobile phone. The staffer was identified by railway officials as a person named Sachin. The video shows him entering the cab after the loco pilot got relieved from his duty and came out of the cab.
#MathuraTrainAccident #MathuraTrainIncident #MathuraJunction #EMU
MS Swaminathan was a renowned Indian agricultural scientist and the driving force behind India's Green Revolution. He has passed away at the age of 98. Swaminathan was knows as the ‘Father of Economic Ecology’ by the United Nations Environment Programme, Swaminathan's pioneering work in the 1960s and 1970s revolutionised Indian agriculture. He helped the country to stave off widespread famine and achieve self-sufficiency in food production. Swaminathan's efforts involved the development and introduction of high-yielding varieties of wheat and rice. This resulted into a significant rise in food grain production across India.
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WHY CAUVERY WATER DISPUTE FLARES UP AGAIN BETWEEN KARNATAKA, TAMIL NADU
Tamil Nadu and Karnataka have been at loggerheads over the sharing of the water of the Cauvery river for decades. The issue has flared up again now after the Supreme Court ordered the Karnataka government to release 5,000 cusecs of water to Tamil Nadu for 15 days from September 13. In protest, a bandh was held and another called by the ‘Karnataka Jala Samrakshana Samiti’, an umbrella outfit of farmers’ associations and other organisations. The protesters argue that water is being released to Tamil Nadu even as the southwest monsoon draws to a close and storage levels are very low in the Cauvery basin reservoirs in Karnataka. Cauvery is the main source of drinking water for the city of Bengaluru and for the irrigation of farmland in the Mandya region of the state.
The Election Commission of India on Wednesday announced the dates of the Karnataka Assembly election. The polling will be held on May 10th and the counting of votes will be conducted on May 13th, the..