Aprajita Singh
Joined: May 2, 2023
Aprajita Singh is a budding journalist. She has completed her undergraduate course in journalism in 2023. She is a news junkie and loves writing and anchoring. Reading, researching on little-known facts, cooking, and listening to music are some of her hobbies.

At G7 Hiroshima summit, Narendra Modi assures Volodymyr Zelenskyy India will do its best to end Ukraine war
The prime minister, Narendra Modi, met the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelenskyy on the sidelines of the G7 leaders’ summit at Hiroshima, on Saturday. During the meeting, Modi told Zelenskyy that India would do whatever it can to end the Russia-Ukraine war.
All remaining Indian Air Force MiG-21 fighters grounded, marks end of a long, glorious, and controversial service record
The Indian Air Force has grounded all its remaining MiG-21 fighter jets, India Sentinels has learned. This development comes within days of a MiG-21 crash in Rajasthan’s Hanumangarh. The crash had killed three people on the ground while the pilot ejected safely with some injuries.
CBI books defence journalist Vivek Raghuvanshi for spying, conducts raids in multiple cities
The Central Bureau of Investigation has filed an espionage case against Vivek Raghuvanshi – a freelance journalist who mostly covers defence-related stories, sources in the investigating agency told reporters.
Manipur violence: Militants kill Manipur Police commando, injure 4 policemen
Violence in ethnic strife-hit Manipur took a new turn when suspected militants fired upon a Manipur Police patrol contingent at Bishnupur district’s Tronglaobi, on Thursday. According to the police, at least one state police commando was killed, and four other policemen were injured in the attack.
Starting from Himachal Pradesh’s Yol, government moves to abolish ‘archaic colonial practice’ of keeping Army cantonments, evokes mixed reaction from veterans
In a major development, the Narendra Modi-led government moved to abolish Indian Army cantonments across the country after terming creating (and maintaining) them as “archaic colonial practice”. The first cantonment to be abolished is the Yol cantonment in Himachal Pradesh. Many veterans have reacted to it positively and many negatively.

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