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India tests anti-satellite missile: Rahul Gandhi mocks PM Modi by wishing him 'Happy World Theatre Day'

Hours after Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India successfully tested an Anti-Satellite (ASAT) Missile, Congress President Rahul Gandhi criticised Modi for taking the credit of the achievement of space scientists.The Congress chief congratulated DRDO and wished PM Modi a "Happy World Theatre Day". His statement came after the Prime Minister,  in his address to the nation, said that India had successfully shot down a low-earth-orbit (LEO) satellite 300 kilometres from the planet. After successfully completing the operation, India has become an elite space power.

US cautions nations on ASAT tests; warns of space debris

Acting U.S. Defence Secretary Patrick Shanahan warned any nations contemplating anti-satellite (ASAT) weapons tests like the one India carried out on Wednesday risk making a "mess" in space because of debris fields they can leave behind. Speaking to reporters in Florida during a visit to the U.S. military's Southern Command, Shanahan said the United States was still studying the outcome of a missile India said it launched as one of its own satellites.

India tests ASAT: China calls for peace, Pakistan urges international community to condemn

Hours after India successfully tested an Anti-Satellite (ASAT) Missile against a live satellite in low-Earth orbit, its neighbours Pakistan and China reacted to India's successful space mission. In a written statement to a question on India successfully test-firing an anti-satellite missile, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said: "We have noticed reports and hope that each country will uphold peace and tranquillity in outer space". Meanwhile, India's arch-rival Pakistan has reportedly said space is the "common heritage of mankind and every nation has the responsibility to avoid actions which can lead to the militarisation of this arena"

NYAY scheme will be rolled out in phases; India has capacity to implement it, says Chidambaram

Two days after Congress chief Rahul Gandhi announced the ambitious NYAY scheme, which will be a part of the party's Lok Sabha election manifesto, senior leader P Chidambaram took on doubters and naysayers at his press conference today. According to the former finance minister, the minimum income support scheme - which will give 20% families in poorest of the poor category Rs 72,000 each annually, benefiting around 25 crore people - will be "rolled out in phases".

Nirav Modi case: Delhi Court summons 11 top PNB officials on RBI's complaint

A Delhi court has summoned as accused 11 top officials of the Punjab National Bank (PNB), including former and current executive officials and the current managing director, for alleged violation of banking regulations and criminal conspiracy. In its complaint, the RBI has alleged non-compliance of its 2016 order directing commercial banks, including the PNB, to integrate their core banking system with various critical applications to reduce online fraud.

Boeing rolls out software fix to defend 737 MAX aircraft after deadly crashes

Boeing Co on Wednesday took its most aggressive moves yet to defend its core 737 airliner franchise, saying it had developed software fixes to prevent failures of an automated flight control system that is being scrutinized after two deadly crashes in the past five months.

Radio is the preferred advertising media for political parties for the 2019 General Elections

Radio has emerged as the most preferred medium for political parties for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. According to a report by Tam Axis, a division of Tam Media Research, ad insertion on the radio by political parties has increased by 14 per cent this election year, while ad insertion in print has decreased by 9 per cent and by 83 per cent on TV. In the 2014 elections, print and TV had a clear advantage over the radio


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