New Delhi: Sony channel has been directed by The Broadcasting Content Complaints Council (BCCC) to shift their daily soap "Pehredaar Piya Ki" to the 10 pm slot and run it with a scroll saying it does not promote child marriage. The serial focuses on a nine-year-old boy, Ratan (Afaan Khan), and his marriage to 18 -year-old Diya (Tejasswi Prakash). The show currently airs in the 9 pm time slot has been slammed on social media for its "regressive" content with many viewers. A petition was also started online asking the Information and Broadcasting Ministry to ban the show. Creators of the soap, however, deny that it is regressive and is just a work of fiction.
Scientists including one of Indian origin have developed an app that can help smartphone users reduce the energy consumption and extend the battery life of their device for up to an hour each day The app was evaluated in a trial involving smartphone users who used it while they had multiple windows
New Delhi Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee in New Delhis All India Institute for Medical Sciences AIIMS on Wednesday The AIIMS held a press conference on Wednesday 13 June and announced that former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee is responding positively to the
New Delhi Prime Minister Narendra Modi today discussed with Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan the ongoing unfortunate flood situation in the state The Prime Minister tweeted saying that Centre stands firmly with the people of Kerala and is ready to provide any assistance needed Four teams of N
The national flag dropped during a flaghoisting ceremony led by BJP President Amit Shah at the BJP head office in Delhi on Wednesday Amit Shah found himself in an embarrassing situation as while hoisting the flag when he pulled the rope the flag dropped on the ground by mistake The mistake was corre
After 57 Years UK has returned a 12thcentury bronze Buddha statue stolen from an ASI museum at Nalanda Bihar on Independence Day The statue was among 14 stolen in 1961 and surfaced many years later at an auction in London Once identified the police cooperated with the Mets Art and Antiques Unit to