- Manipur landslide: 12 more bodies recovered; toll climbs to
Chief Minister N Biren Singh had announced an ex-gratia of Rs 5 lakh each for the next of kin of the deceased and Rs 50,000 each for those injured.
- General Motors calls off plan to sell India car plant to
China's Great Wall
This will also send Great Wall back to the drawing board on its plans to enter India, which it considered an important part of its global strategy to break into new markets like Latin America, Thailand and Brazil.
- GST biggest indirect tax reform in India's
history, tells CII
CII director general Chandrajit Banerjee said the government is to be particularly felicitated for taking on board industry suggestions continuously and coordinating during the entire period of transition.
- Punjab households to get 300 units of free power, pending
arrears till Dec 21 waived: Mann
The AAP government had earlier announced giving 300 units of free power to every household from July 1.
- MCD seizes nearly 700 kg single-use plastic items; violators
According to the statement, the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) is taking all necessary steps to ensure the enforcement of the ban by forming squads to check the use of SUP items and also spread awareness among people.
- Karnataka CM Bommai bats for low-cost EVs to make them
''The cost of electric vehicles should be affordable for the common man. Then only its usage could see an increase. The manufacturers should focus more on this aspect,'' the Chief Minister said.
- SEBI imposes Rs 36 lakh penalty on PGIM AMC, CEO Ajit Menon,
In its order, Sebi noted that five entities did not adhere to the provisions of the mutual fund regulations while executing ISTs between open and close-ended schemes of PGIM MF.
- 'No plastic' posters seen outside
Delhi's major markets
A few shopkeepers were, however, seen hesitantly selling items in polythene bags as ''they are still left with some stock'."
- WikiLeaks' Julian Assange files appeal against
Assange, 50, is wanted by U.S. authorities on 18 counts, including a spying charge, relating to WikiLeaks' release of vast troves of confidential U.S. military records and diplomatic cables which Washington said had put lives in danger.
- CBIC to come out with SoP for enforcement actions by GST
The department also wants to improve data quality in the returns, besides a more systematised grievance redressal mechanism, particularly for MSME and dispute settlement mechanisms.
- Miles Bridges' wife breaks silence, reveals details of
alleged assault following NBA star's arrest
Mychelle Johnson, the wife of Charlotte Hornets forward Miles Bridges, took to social media on Friday to share images of injuries she sustained during an alleged assault earlier this week.
- David Asman on 'America's Newsroom': This is the 'gang that
couldn't shoot straight'
FOX Business anchor David Asman joined "Americas Newsroom" to debunk Joe Biden's claims that Russia is responsible for rising inflation including gas prices.
- Charlie Hurt slams Biden for trashing Supreme Court while
overseas: 'It's appalling'
Fox News contributor Charlie Hurt weighs in on President Biden's recent press conference at the G7 summit in Spain where he criticized the Supreme Court.
- Brittney Griner trial begins, Russian prosecutors reveal
case against WNBA star
Brittney Griner appeared in court on Friday where Russian prosecutors alleged that the WNBA star knowingly brought in "two cartridges" of cannabis oil on Feb 17.
- Chicago police officer hospitalized after being shot
A Chicago police officer has been hospitalized Friday after being shot by a suspect while responding to a domestic violence call, according to media reports.
- Supreme Court and conservative 'forces of hate' looking to
undo progress of the 1960s: L.A. Times column
In an L.A. Times opinion column, college professor Robert McElvaine claimed conservatives are threatening to destroy the liberal progress made in the 1960s.
- January 6 committee's Kinzinger: Secret Service agent who
may dispute Hutchinson claim 'likes to lie'
Rep. Adam Kinzinger, a member of the Jan. 6 committee, said a Secret Service agent who may testify against Cassidy Hutchinson's retelling of events "likes to lie."
- Reps. Pfluger, Flores call for House hearing on border
encounters of suspected terrorists
Two House Republicans are calling for a House hearing on the number of known or suspected terrorists encountered at the southern border by Border Patrol.
- Anna 'Delvey' Sorokin's ex-lawyer has 'run away' with her
court file, impeding her appeal
Anna "Delvey" Sorokin is trying to overturn her conviction for posing as a German heiress to bilk banks and businesses but her former lawyer won't return her court file.
- Supreme Court cuts EPA's power, raising pro-life daughters
and more Fox News Opinion
Read the latest Fox News Opinion columns and watch videos from Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham and more.