Goswami’s leaked chats makes Pak foreign ministry run wild

Newsbred Staff

18th January 2021
The foreign ministry of Pakistan has claimed that it's stand on Pulwama attack as a "false flag operation" has been vindicated. Its claims were based on private WhatsApp...

Shastri deserves credit for India’s fightback, says Vaughan

Newsbred Staff

18th January 2021
Former England skipper Michael Vaughan, lampooned for predicting a 4-0 whitewash of India against Australia in the ongoing series, has now said India’s fightback...

SC refuses to stay farmers’ tractor rally on R-Day; says police’s domain

Newsbred Staff

18th January 2021
The Supreme Court has refused to pass any order against the proposed farmers' tractor rally on Republic Day. On Monday, it heard the Centre's plea seeking an injunction...

White House lists achievements of Trump in his tenure

Ashish Shukla

18th January 2021
The White House has published a list of achievements which president Donald Trump has to his credit during his four-year tenure. 

Akshay Kumar contributes towards Ram Mandir consturction

Newsbred Staff

18th January 2021
Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar on Sunday shared a video on his social media accounts, urging fans to contribute towards the construction of the iconic Ram Mandir in...

Bengali actress tweet with Condom on Shiv-ling causes furore

Newsbred Staff

17th January 2021
Bengali actress Saayoni Ghosh is facing a scathing attack from social media users for her vile Hinduphobic tweet, dating back to 2015, which has re-surfaced on social...

Now Kerala’s school textbooks don’t mention Sushruta, “father of surgery”

Newsbred Staff

17th January 2021
After the reports of the NCERT textbook not having any information regarding high claims that Mughals gave grants to rebuild temples, another news has emerged from...

Ravish Kumar apologises after spreading fake news

Newsbred Staff

16th January 2021
NDTV anchor Ravish Kumar has had to apologise for spreading a fake news after Press Information of Bureau (PIB) brought the issue to the notice of the news...

Modi fights back tears in recollection as Vaccination is launched

Newsbred Staff

16th January 2021
Prime Minister Narendra Modi just about fought back his tears as India began its Covid vaccination drive on Saturday in an address to the nation. 

Social Media against Trump triggers Europe into action

Newsbred Staff

16th January 2021
Poland has come out in support of outgoing United States president Donald Trump—not as much in words as in deed. 

Password forgotten, man set to lose Rs 1800 crore

Newsbred Staff

15th January 2021
A German programmer Stefan Thomas, based in San Francisco, can't recall the password which can unlock his Bitcoin fortune worth $220 million (Rs 1,800 crore). He has...

TMC MP Shatabdi Roy looks set to jump ship

Newsbred Staff

15th January 2021
Trinamool Congress MP Shatabdi Roy has expressed unhappiness with the way she was being treated. This has led to speculation that she may be toying with the idea of...

IMF backs India on new farm laws; would enhance growth

Newsbred Staff

15th January 2021
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has backed the Indian government's decision to roll out farm laws saying that they will enhance the rural growth. The world body...

Bhupinder Mann quits four-member SC-appointed committee

Newsbred Staff

14th January 2021
One of the four members of the Supreme Court-appointed committee, Bhupinder Singh Mann, has walked out. 

90% of farmers don’t favour protests: Bar Council of India

Newsbred Staff

14th January 2021
A day after the Supreme Court put a stay on the implementation of the three Central farm laws, the Bar Council of India (BCI) claimed that "90 per cent of the farmers are...

Trump’s ban has cost Twitter $5 billion; major slump in stocks

Newsbred Staff

14th January 2021
Twitter's stock price was down as much as 12.3% on Monday after outgoing US President Donald Trump was permanently banned from the platform.

UN must credibly address terrorism: Jaishankar scathing on Pakistan, China

Newsbred Staff

13th January 2021
India has asserted that the global community must not condone terrorism in any form whatsoever. Nor should it allow terrorists to be glorified and terrorism justified,...

Byju's buys out Akash in a $1 billion deal: Most valued start-up now

Newsbred Staff

13th January 2021
Online educational technology giant Byju's is acquiring Akash Educational Services which operates over 200 tutorials across the country for $1 billion. This would mean...

Defence chief Rawat visits Ladakh; views preparations

Newsbred Staff

13th January 2021
To boost the morale of the troops deployed in forward areas along Line of Control (LoC) in Ladakh, Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) General Bipin Rawat visited them in Ladakh...

$250,000 for raising Khalistani flag on India Gate, says report

Newsbred Staff

13th January 2021
A reward of USD 250,000 has been put up by the banned outfit Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) for protesting farmers if they hoist Khalistan flag at India Gate in the national...

Tesla, in Bengaluru, has other States in mind to set up R & D units

Newsbred Staff

13th January 2021
Giant automaker Tesla is in India after registering in Bengaluru. It’s learnt its in touch with five other state governments to set up its R & D units in the...

“They don’t even know what they want”: Hema says farmers being misled

Newsbred Staff

13th January 2021
Actor and member of. Parliament, Hema Malini has slammed the Opposition for misleading the protesting farmers. 

Uganda bans Twitter, Facebook for “interference in elections"

Newsbred Staff

13th January 2021
Uganda has banned Twitter and Facebook for interference in the elections for blocking voices which were pre-government in nature. 

Maneka writes to Uttarakhand CM of a scam comparable to Bofors

Newsbred Staff

12th January 2021
Former Union Minister Maneka Gandhi has written a letter to Uttarakhand chief minister Trivendra Rawat alleging misuse of funds by Dr. Avinash Anand, the CEO of...

Arundhati stokes fire on simmering farmers sitting on protest

Newsbred Staff

12th January 2021
Arundhati Roy, known for her anti-India stance, and support she extends to Naxalites and leftists working against India, was with protesting farmers at Bahadurgarh in...

Imran goes nuts: He sees Modi’s hands in most Pakistan’s problems

Sant Kumar Sharma

12th January 2021
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that he was not willing to talk to India until it restored Article 370. However, he did not say as to how this idea of holding...

Covishield vaccine priced at Rs 200 per vial

Newsbred Staff

11th January 2021
Covishield vaccine manufactured by the Serum Institute of India (SII) has been priced at Rs 200 per vial. This price has been decided for the first 100 million doses so...

Virat and Anushka blessed with a baby girl

Newsbred Staff

11th January 2021
On a day Team India secured a heroic draw in the Sydney Test, there was a double delight with news coming in from India that their captain Virat Kohli and his wife...

All-woman Indian pilots create history on a commercial flight

Newsbred Staff

11th January 2021
An all-woman cockpit crew flew from San Francisco to Bengaluru on January 9. They being captains Zoya Aggarwal, Papagari Thanmei, Akansha Sonaware, Shivani Manhas.  ...

Australia’s airports in Antarctica: India would be concerned

Newsbred Staff

11th January 2021
Australia has put out a competitive tender: Hold your breath, it’s for a 2.7km paved runaway in Antarctica. The idea is to service Australia’s three permanent...

Aakar Patel gets abusive on judges of Supreme Court

Newsbred Staff

10th January 2021
Aakar Patel, once the head of Amnesty International India, has gone into an unprovoked rant against the Supreme Court of India. 

WHO faces flak for showing J&K, Ladakh not in India

Newsbred Staff

10th January 2021
World Health Organization (WHO), which is already facing flak from countries across the globe for its failure to control the Chinese virus, has again called for another...

Cartels in steel and cement industry, says Gadkari

Newsbred Staff

10th January 2021
Union Micro-Small & Medium Minister (MSME) Nitin Gadkari in a warning to the steel and cement industry said there are cartels in the sector which are taking advantage...

Kangana greeted by Chouhan; in MP for “Dhaakad”

Newsbred Staff

10th January 2021
Kangana Ranaut was given rousing reception and an audience by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in Madhya Pradesh where she has plans for her next film Dhaakad.  ...

Ashwin livid at racial abuse on Siraj: “Sydney is worst”

Newsbred Staff

10th January 2021
It is usually the happenings on the ground that international players are bothered about, as also focussed on. In Sydney, however, senior Indian player R Ashwin found...

Manmohan can’t read Hindi; his speeches were written in Urdu

Newsbred Staff

10th January 2021
On the account of World Hindi Day, it would no less than amusing to know that former prime minister Dr. Manmohan Singh cannot read Hindi.  Although he could...

Pak admits 300 killed in Balakot: Imran govt. red-faced

Newsbred Staff

10th January 2021
Supreme Court lawyer Nalin Kohli, who is also BJP spokesperson, has slammed the Congress for questioning the Indian government's claims about 300 terrorists being killed...

Surya, Malviya feel Twitter setting bad precedent

Newsbred Staff

10th January 2021
BJP MP Tejasvi Surya and party IT Cell chief Amit Malviya have expressed concerns about the manner in which Twitter operated. They expressed concerns about the way...

India calls arrest of Azhar, Lakhvi a Pakistani farce

Newsbred Staff

9th January 2021
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) slammed Pakistan’s routine farcical move to put terrorists Maulana Masood Azhar and Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi just ahead of the...

Jadeja says more than wickets the run-out is standout moment

Newsbred Staff

9th January 2021
Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja says he tried to vary his pace and create angles to make the most of the pitch at the Sydney Cricket Ground, after his brilliant...

J & K bans poultry in view of bird flu scare

Newsbred Staff

8th January 2021
The Jammu and Kashmir government has banned thr import of all poultry products with immediately effect. An order to this effect was issued by senior IAS officer Naveen...

Sinha announces Rs 28,400 crore scheme for J and K industrial growth

Newsbred Staff

7th January 2021
The Central government has approved a new industrial developmental scheme for Jammu and Kashmir. The new scheme is expected to create a spurt in employment generation and...

Journalist allegedly slapped by a TMC MLA in West Bengal

Newsbred Staff

7th January 2021
A case has been registered against Trinamool Congress MLA Ananta Deb Adhikari for allegedly slapping Somnath Chakraborty, a journalist of a Bengali newspaper in West...

Sonu Sood now finds himself drawn into trouble by BMC

Newsbred Staff

7th January 2021
Bollywood actor Sonu Sood become the center of highlight with his inspirational and selfless work done during the covid-19 pandemic. However, the actor landed into...

Kangana Ranaut shares her workout video for fans

Newsbred Staff

7th January 2021
Actress Kangana Ranaut has shared a workout video of hers from Mumbai where she is presently making preparations for her next film, Dhaakad. 

A first in cricket: A woman umpire in India vs Australia Test

Newsbred Staff

7th January 2021
A woman, for the first time in cricket history, is officiating in a men’s Test match—Australia vs India at Sydney—and it’s a pathbreaking moment...

How an Indian tech co. is making Australia prepare against India in cricket series

Newsbred Staff

6th January 2021
As India gears up for the third Test of the ongoing four-match series with Australia at Sydney Cricket Ground, Australian cricket has shared some interesting insights...

Mehbooba purchased bedsheets worth Rs 18 lakhs

Newsbred Staff

6th January 2021
People's Democratic Party (PDP) chief Mehbooba Mufti purchased bedsheets worth Rs 18 lakh, through two bills, for furnishing her official residence when she was Chief...

Why China is blocking probe into Covid-19 origin: Now even WHO is upset

Newsbred Staff

6th January 2021
World Health Organization’s head on Tuesday has expressed his displeasure for China has still not given the authorized entry to the team of international experts...

Meet the Chinese with 100 mistresses; Now sentenced to death

Newsbred Staff

6th January 2021
A local court in Tianjin city has sentenced former China Huarong Asset Management Company Chairman Lai Xiaomin to death for taking bribes, corruption and violating bigamy...

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