June 25 : Today, these news will be monitored throughout the day, which will have an effect on you

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Every day we are exposed to different news. A lot of news passes before our eyes. Some of these are such important news, which has an impact on our lives.



President on Kanpur stay from today: Maharaja will reach by express, Governor and CM will welcome

President Ram Nath Kovind is coming to his city after exactly 18 months. He will stay in Kanpur for three days. He will reach Central Station by President Train Maharaja Express at 7.30 pm on Friday. He will be received here by Governor Anandiben Patel and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.


Great meeting on Jammu and Kashmir: The ice on the relationship has melted, but it will take time for the heat to come

An all-party meeting on Jammu and Kashmir called by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday melted the snow on the relations between Srinagar and Delhi for 23 months, but it will take some time for these relations to warm up.

Farmers movement: Farmers occupy eight lanes of the toll plaza in Meerut, more than one hundred and fifty tractors gathered, stunts shown

Thousands of farmers have left from Saharanpur, Muzaffarnagar, and Meerut to join the farmers' movement on the Ghazipur border for a long time demanding withdrawal of all three agricultural laws and purchase guarantee of minimum price on MSP.

Conversion case: There was a conspiracy to train the deaf and dumb in terrorist camps, ATS got clues

The intention of Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI behind the conversion of deaf and deaf students was to get them included in terrorist organizations. Under its conspiracy, preparations were being made to give training in terrorist camps. ATS has got clues in this regard.

Violence in Bengal after elections: Human Rights Commission started an investigation, two teams arrived

Two teams of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) reached West Bengal on Thursday. According to the police, these parties, who arrived under the leadership of DIG-level officers, who came to know the truth of the violence in the state after the elections, reached Kolkata and also visited many different areas in Siliguri.