02:01 pm Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said Wednesday that Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray will visit Ayodhya in March to seek Lord Ram's blessings at the end of 100 days since he took over the Maharashtra administration. Raut also invited the Congress, and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leaders of the Shiv Sena's allies to come along with Uddhav for the journey.
05:01 pm Bengaluru: Work on project Chandrayaan-3 has started and is going on at full speed, ISRO chief K Sivan said on Wednesday. "The Chandrayaan-3 work has begun, and it is running at full speed," he told reporters here.
04:01 pm Darjeeling: West Bengal's chief minister Mamata Banerjee led a 4-km protest march in Darjeeling hills against the new law on citizenship on Wednesday. The rally started at Bhanu Bhakta Bhavan near Mall in Darjeeling and will finish in the area around Chowkbazar.
12:01 pm On Wednesday the Supreme Court heard petitions challenging the constitutional validity of the Citizenship Amendment Act. The case was heard by a three-judge bench comprising Chief Justice of India (CJI) SA Bobde, Justice S Abdul Nazeer and Justice Sanjiv Khanna. In total, over 140 petitions regarding the matter were submitted to SC. Supreme Court asks Centre to file reply in four weeks.
08:01 pm New Delhi: Tis Hazari Court of Delhi on Tuesday amended its bail conditions for Chandra Shekhar Azad, head of the Bhim Army, enabling him to visit the national capital after informing local police. Azad was granted bail last week but was not allowed to go to Delhi for the next four weeks and was asked to mark his presence at Uttar Pradesh with the Saharanpur Police every Saturday during the time. He had again moved the court to seek a modification of the bail conditions. In a new order on Tuesday, judge Kamini Lau said Azad will mark it whenever in Saharanpur, instead of marking attendance every Saturday, and if he marks DCP Crime in Delhi on Saturday. If not in either place, he'll telephonically inform of whereabouts to DCP Crime, the court said.
03:01 pm Eight Indian tourists, hailing from Kerala, died Tuesday while receiving treatment at a hospital in Kathmandu, Nepal's capital. Earlier the tourists were found unconscious at a resort in central Nepal, said news agencies. All eight tourists had stayed in a single room in the resort, and switched on a gas heater at night to combat the cold, according to Kathmandu police.
03:01 pm On Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Nepalese counterpart KP Sharma Oli jointly inaugurated the second Integrated Check Post (ICP) in Jogbani-Biratnagar, which was established with Indian funding to facilitate trade and the movement of people. Prime Minister Modi said at the inauguration ceremony that India is committed to simplifying and facilitating traffic with all friendly neighborhood countries, and to further facilitating contacts in key areas such as business, culture, education, etc.