AAP Entangled: Enforcement Directorate Names Party in Liquor Policy Scam Probe

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) prepares to name the AAP as an accused in the alleged liquor policy scam. The decision to implicate the AAP as a party in the case underscores the deepening complexities of the probe, which has already ensnared several key AAP leaders, including party chief Arvind Kejriwal. Amid mounting scrutiny and legal challenges, the AAP finds itself navigating treacherous waters, grappling with accusations of corruption and impropriety that threaten to tarnish its image and erode public trust. The decision to name the AAP as an accused entity…

Biden’s Tariff Tango: U.S.-China Trade Tensions Reach New Heights

In a bold and consequential move, President Joe Biden has unleashed a barrage of steep tariff increases on an array of Chinese imports. The White House’s decision marks a significant escalation in the ongoing economic feud between Washington and Beijing, as Biden seeks to resolve unfair trade practices. However, the tariff escalation carries broader implications beyond bilateral trade relations, with analysts warning of potential ramifications for industries reliant on Chinese imports. Despite the risk of exacerbating tensions with Beijing, Biden’s administration remains resolute in its commitment to holding China accountable…

Putin-Xi Meeting Amid Global Tensions: Strengthening Authoritarian Alliances

Russian President Vladimir Putin is slated to embark on a consequential two-day state visit to China this week. The Kremlin’s announcement of Putin’s trip, emphasizing that it was extended upon Xi Jinping’s invitation, signals a notable convergence of interests between Moscow and Beijing.. As the geopolitical landscape evolves, both nations find themselves at odds with democratic nations and NATO, while actively seeking to expand their influence in  various regions. Despite scrutiny from the West and characterizations of the current geopolitical climate as “unprecedented,” Russia and China are aligning their agendas…

BJP’s Blitz in Odisha: Amit Shah’s Rally Reshuffle and Modi’s Election Surge

In the high-stakes political battleground of Odisha, where the upcoming elections loom large, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is leaving no stone unturned in its quest for power. With the dynamic duo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah leading the charge, the BJP is gearing up for an electrifying campaign blitz across the state. Amit Shah’s Odisha Odyssey: Rallies Rejigged Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s campaign trail in Odisha took an unexpected turn with a reshuffle in his itinerary. Initially slated to address election meetings…

SC Sounds Alarm on Delhi’s Untreated Waste Crisis: 3,800 Tonnes Daily

The Supreme Court has decried the staggering amount of untreated solid waste accumulating in Delhi amounting to a staggering 3,800 tonnes each day. Terming this situation as “horrible” and a violation of citizens’ fundamental right to a pollution-free environment, the apex court has issued a stern call for urgent action. It observed that with ongoing development activities in Delhi and its surrounding regions, the waste generation was poised to escalate further. Setting a deadline for action, the court has instructed the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs to submit a…

Confidence Amid Volatility: Ministers Amit Shah and S Jaishankar Foresee Market Stability Post-Election

Home Minister Amit Shah and Foreign Minister S Jaishankar have stepped forward to allay concerns over market volatility. Amit Shah delivered a message of optimism, predicting a significant uptick in market indices following the announcement of election results. Shah’s advice to investors to commence purchasing activities ahead of the June 4 deadline underscored his confidence in the post-election market surge. Echoing Shah’s sentiments, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar exuded confidence in the market’s ability to stabilize post-elections. Expanding upon the broader political landscape, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar envisaged the formation…

Mumbai Hoarding Collapse: Death Toll Rises To 14, Police Register FIR Against Owner

The 70-metre billboard collapsed on Monday after Mumbai was hit by heavy rain and thunderstorms. The illegal hoarding fell on a petrol pump in Ghatkopar’s Cheddanagar Junction. As the death toll rises, an FIR has been registered against the owner. The strong dust storm in Mumbai caused a hoarding at a petrol pump to collapse, instantly killing people. As per the latest update from BMC and the National Disaster Relief Force, at least 14 people have died due to the hoarding collapse. As per NDRF the death toll has increased…

Lok Sabha Election PM Modi inside Varanasi collectorate, to file nomination shortly

After the roadshow, the Prime Minister offered prayers at the Kashi Vishwanath Dham along with Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and other BJP leaders. Varanasi is the stronghold of the Bharatiya Janata Party and PM Modi. He won the seat twice- the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Stay with TOI for live updtaes PM Modi Nomination Live: PM Modi to file his nomination in Varanasi shortly PM Narendra Modi enters colectorate campus to file his nomination. Before him his proposers and NDA top brass had already reached nomination venue Prime…

DC Vs LSG, IPL 2024: What’s Delhi’s Weather Forecast Today

Rishabh Pant’s Delhi Capitals take on KL Rahul’s Lucknow Super Giants (LSG) in match 64 of the IPL 2024 at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi on Tuesday, May 14. Here is the weather report for the DC vs LSG game batting form has dipped off late and it’s not only cost him a place in India’s T20 squad but also left LSG at the seventh spot with 12 points with RCB and DC, who are fifth and sixth respectively. Five days is a lot of time to introspect and…

India Sends Fresh Consignments Of Relief Materials To Flood-Hit Kenya

India on Tuesday sent fresh consignments of relief materials containing 40 tonnes of medicines and other supplies for the flood affected people of Kenya. The HADR (Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief) consignments were sent to the African nation in a military transport aircraft. “The second tranche of HADR material containing 40 tonnes of medicines, medical supplies and other equipment to assist flood victims leaves for Kenya. Standing up for a historical partnership, a Vishwabandhu to the world,” External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar posted on ‘X’. The first batch of relief…