Hunt for Amritpal: Internet services to resume in Punjab except for some districts
The curbs will be lifted from the rest of the state from Tuesday noon, the department of home affairs and justice said in an order.
India leads global list of internet shutdowns: Report
The report says that 84 out of 187 internet shutdowns imposed across the world last year were recorded in India. Jammu and Kashmir alone had a total of 49 such blackouts.
Bengal bans net services on class 10 board exam days in some areas to stop cheating
The notification did not name the areas where the curb will be in force.
COVID-19: What’s allowed in Odisha amid night curfew, weekend shutdown
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Internet may not be restored in Kashmir anytime soon, hint security agencies
A security official said internet services were snapped to prevent people from using social media platforms to foment trouble and violence.
Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front chairman Yasin Malik arrested to foil protests in Srinagar, Hurriyat Conference chairman under house arrest
The separatists called for a protest strike for today against the killing of civilians allegedly in security forces firing recently and the killing of veteran journalist Shujaat Bukhari.
DMK, other parties call for bandh on April 5 in Tamil Nadu to protest against Centre on Cauvery issue
Meanwhile, the AIADMK has announced to hold a hunger strike across the state on April 3 to urge the central government to form CMB.
Maldives crises: Major TV station shuts down
The MBC had earlier warned media stations they could face closure if they were deemed a threat to national security, incited unrest with false information or endangered the public.
'Won't stand by as symbol of freedom goes dark', New York vows to reopen Statue of Liberty at its own cost
As a result of the budget impasse, many US government services including the Statue of Liberty have been closed since Saturday.
US Senate postpones vote on ending shutdown to Monday noon
The postponement to mid-day Monday means the United States will begin its upcoming work week with much of the federal government shuttered.
US President Donald Trump seeks 'constitutional option' to end government shutdown
Both the Democratic and Republican leaders in the Senate said that they were continuing with their negotiations and short out their differences so as to end the government shutdown.
US lawmakers in bid to end shutdown stalemate
US lawmakers will launch a last-ditch bid today to end a budget impasse before hundreds of thousands of federal workers are forced to start the work week at home with no pay.
Blame game as Congress struggles to end US government shutdown
The Senate convened a rare emergency session Saturday to negotiate a way out of a crisis that has marred the anniversary of Donald Trump's presidential inauguration.
Democrats wanted to give me a nice present: US President Donald Trump on the government shutdown
In the absence of an agreed spending plan, the US government shut down and federal services began to come to a halt or be scaled back.
US government shutdowns that created an impact since 1995
The government has partially shut down three times in the past quarter-century — and far more often in decades past.
Explainer: What next after US government shutdown
The US government shutdown began at midnight (local time) Friday as Democrats and Republicans failed to resolve a standoff over immigration and spending.
US government shuts down; Democrats, Republicans blame each other
The US government officially shutdown today for the first time in five years after the Senate rejected a short-term spending bill to keep the federal government running.
Democrats want a government shutdown: US President Trump
The Democrats want a shutdown of the federal government to diminish the "great success" of tax cuts and the booming economy, said Trump.
US government shutdown: What closes? Who's affected?
The U.S. federal government shutdown only partially curbs operations, but the longer the shutdown continues, the more likely its impact will be felt.
US Vice President Mike Pence still to head to Middle East despite government shutdown threat
Pence will arrive in Cairo on January 20 for a meeting with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, heading the following day to Amman for a one-on-one with King Abdullah II.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test