Monday, August 8, 2022

ਵਾਹਿਗੁਰੂ

spot_img




NIA chief Dinkar Gupta calls on Amit Shah

New Delhi, July 4, 2022 – The Director General of National Investigation Agency (NIA), Dinkar Gupta, met Union Home Minister Amit Shah at the latter’s residence on Monday.

While the purpose of the meeting has not been disclosed yet, it is said that it was a courtsey call.

However, according to some sources, they discussed the crucial updates on the barbaric killings that took place in Rajasthan’s Udaipur, and in Maharashtra’s Amravati.

The meeting lasted for around 35 minutes. After coming out of Shah’s residence, Gupta refused to comment on what took place during the meeting. He was also tight-lipped over the developments in the cases pertaining to Udaipur and Amravati.

He also didn’t say anything on the possibilities of any connection between the two incidents.  (Agency)

Subscribe to YesPunjab Telegram Channel & receive Important News Updates

- Advertisement -

Yes Punjab - TOP STORIES

Punjab News

Sikh News

Transfers, Postings, Promotions

- Advertisement -spot_img

Stay Connected

22,241FansLike
113,978FollowersFollow

ENTERTAINMENT

National

GLOBAL

OPINION

Need for speed: The 5G promise, its enablers and roadblocks – by T.V. Ramachandran

The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently proposed revising the definition of broadband to a minimum download speed of 100 mbps, and uploads at...

Civil services have to improve for better governance – by DC Pathak

There is a widely shared view that the All India Services, which provided the 'steel frame' of governance in a democratic India, granting Constitutional...

Will Pak Army Chief Bajwa or his successor reconcile ties with India? – by Rana Banerji

New Delhi, Aug 2, 2022- On July 25, the Supreme Court's three Judge bench headed by Chief Justice Omar Ata Bandial controversially struck down...

SPORTS

Health & Fitness

New Covid-like rapid test to spot cancers, heart disease more easily

London, Aug 7, 2022- A team of international researchers from the UK, US and Germany, has built a new easy-to-use test that could diagnose non-infectious diseases like heart attacks and cancers more quickly. The new test, called CrisprZyme, works by detecting molecular signals in the body called biomarkers, which are already used in things like Covid-19 testing where the presence...

Gadgets & Tech

error: Content is protected !!