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Trump marks Memorial Day with visits to national cemetery, monument

Washington, May 26 | US President Donald Trump on Monday visited a national military cemetery and a historic fort to mark the Memorial Day,...

Europe marks 75th anniversary of WW2 end under lockdown

London, May 8 | Leaders across Europe on Friday marked the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War, as much of...

Israel marks first-ever digital Holocaust Day

Jerusalem, April 21 | Israel marked the annual Holocaust Remembrance Day with a first-ever digital commemoration amid the COVID-19 pandemic.The official day commemorates the...

SL marks quiet Easter a year after deadly bombings

Colombo, April 12 | Sri Lanka celebrated a quiet Easter Sunday amid the coronavirus lockdown, while remembering the victims of the terror attacks that...

Delhi updates hotspot list, now marks 25 places

New Delhi, April 10 | The Delhi government on Thursday updated the list of hotspots in the national capital adding a few more places...

Pope marks Holy Week alone for 1st time in history

Vatican City, April 6 | Pope Francis held the Palm Sunday mass alone in the St Peters Basilica here for the first time in...

Mass wedding in Mexico City marks decade of same-sex marriage

Mexico City, March 15 | The Mexico City government marked 10 years of the legal recognition of same-sex marriage by holding a mass wedding,...

Anupam Kher marks 65th birthday with Robert De Niro

Mumbai, March 7 | Veteran actor Anupam Kher, who currently resides in New York, spent his birthday this year with his friend,...

Franklin Templeton marks down Vodafone Idea debt papers to zero

New Delhi, Jan 17 | The Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund on Friday marked down its debt exposure to Vodafone Idea papers to zero over...

Indonesia marks 15th anniversary of 2004 tsunami

Jakarta, Dec 26 | Indonesia on Thursday commemorated the 15th anniversary of the deadly 2004 tsunami that killed around 227,000 people in 14 countries...

Excitement marks solar eclipse viewing in Hyderabad

Hyderabad, Dec 26 | There was excitement in the air as families thronged Birla Science Planetarium and parks here on...

SL marks 15th anniversary of 2004 tsunami

Colombo, Dec 26 | Sri Lanka on Thursday marked the 15th anniversary of the devastating 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami that killed over 35,000 people...

CAB passage marks victory of bigoted forces: Sonia Gandhi

New Delhi, Dec 11 | Soon after the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019 was passed in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesdday, Congress interim Chief...

‘Enai Noki Paayum Thota’ marks Gautham Mennon’s return to form

By Subhash K. Jha"Enai Noki Paayum Thota" (Tamil film); Cast: Dhanush, Megha Akash; Direction: Gautham Menon; Rating: *** & 1/2 (three and a half...

Hope pink ball Test marks beginning of a new era: Ashwin

Kolkata, Nov 20 | Ace off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin is hoping that the historic Day-Night Test between India and Bangladesh scheduled to start from Friday...

SC verdict on Ayodhya marks culmination of 7-decade-old legal case

New Delhi, Nov 9 | The judgement by the five-judge bench of the Supreme Court in the Ayodhya title dispute case marks culmination of...

Kylie has accepted stretch marks as ‘gift’ from Stormi

Los Angeles, Oct 13 | Reality TV personality Kylie Jenner says she's finally accepted her stretch marks by thinking of them as "a little...
Royal victory parade marks Mysuru Dasara grand finale

Royal victory parade marks Mysuru Dasara grand finale

Mysuru, Oct 8 | Celebrating triumph of good over evil, the royal victory parade on Tuesday marked the grand finale of the world famous...

World marks Gandhi’s sesquicentennial

New Delhi, Oct 2 | From schoolchildren in Kazakhstan drawing pictures of Mahatma Gandhi, to Lebanon issuing a commemorative stamp on him, to walks...

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High demand for Safal’s fruits, vegetables helps Mother Dairy amid lockdown...

By Pramod Kumar JhaNew Delhi, June 2 | The demand for Mother Dairy milk reduced during the lockdown amid the coronavirus scare though the...