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02:22

NCB summons Arjun Rampal for questioning in drugs case tomorrow

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has summoned actor Arjun Rampal for questioning in connection with the Bollywood drug probe linked to Sushant Singh Rajput's death case, at 11 am on Wednesday. Watch this video to know more.

02:41

West Bengal: Resentment continues to brew in TMC

Several senior Trinamool Congress (TMC) leaders and ministers have been expressing dissatisfaction and venting anger against their own leadership in West Bengal. All is not well inside the party ahead of the polls. Watch this video to know more.

14:37

Is this the symbol, name of Rajinikanth's political party?

Political party 'Makkal Sevai Katchi' in Tamil Nadu, which has been allotted the election symbol 'auto rickshaw' by the Election Commission of India, has mentioned actor Rajinikanth's name in its application. So, is this the symbol and name of the superstar's political party? Watch The Burning Question for more.

00:42

PM Modi to meet farmers during Kutch visit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a meeting with the farmers in Gujarat during his Kutch visit on Tuesday. This meeting comes amid the ongoing farmers' protest over the new farm bills. Watch this video to know more.

01:31

Anti-cow slaughter bill: Karnataka assembly may see a stormy session today

The Karnataka assembly is likely to witness a stormy session on Tuesday as the BJP will table the contentious anti-cow slaughter amendment bill. The controversial bill was passed in the Karnataka assembly on December 9, following which Congress members staged a walkout in protest. Watch this video to know more.

33:32

Farmer unions meet to discuss Centre's proposal; Fake Covid test reports sold; more

The farmer unions will meet on Tuesday to discuss the proposal sent out by the central government and the promise of discussing the farm laws clause by clause. The farmers may also decide when to hold the next talks with the Centre. Meanwhile, as the nation battles the Covid-19 crisis, India Today's special investigation team has exposed how some unscrupulous elements are issuing false coronavirus reports at some state-run hospitals for money. Watch First Up for more.

00:38

PM Modi to lay foundation stone of development projects in Kutch today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to lay the foundation stone of several development projects in Kutch district of Gujarat on Tuesday. Watch this video to know more.

02:15

'Love Jihad' in UP: Law being misused to hound couples?

The 'Love Jihad' matter in Uttar Pradesh's Moradabad had come to light about a week ago when the burqa-clad woman was asked her name. She said she was "Pinky" and had come to get her marriage registered with a man named Rashid.Police were informed and Rashid and his brother were arrested for allegedly coercing the woman into converting from Hinduism to Islam by marrying her and booked under the new anti-conversion law. Pinky, now Muskan Jahan, said she is 22 years old and denied being forced into the marriage.

36:27

Govt not running out of options, doors are open for dialogue: Prakash Javadekar on farm laws

As the deadlock between the government and farmers continues, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said that government is not running out of options and is ready for more dialogue with an open mind.

16:58

Govt can repeal and re-enact laws: Chidambaram on farm laws standoff

Former Union Home Minister and senior Congress leader P Chidambaram has slammed the Centre for calling farmers' Maoists, urban Naxals, tukde-tukde gang, agents of Pakistan and China.

11:27

Govt not against farmers, farm laws will benefit them: Nitin Gadkari

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said that govt is not against farmers and these farm laws will benefit them.?

01:05

Pro-farm laws farmer unions meet Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar, pledge support

Even as thousands of farmers have been protesting at Delhi borders against the farm laws, some pro-farm laws farmer unions from Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Haryana, Telangana and Bihar today met Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and pledged their support to the new laws.

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