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E-vehicle charging stations every 40-60 km, 40,000 km of highway coverage: NHAI’s 2023 target

In an interview to Moushumi Das Gupta, Road Secretary Giridhar Aramane said the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is planning to cover 35,000-40,000 km of national highways with charging stations by 2023. In all, 700 charging stations will come up over the next two years.

‘Not animals in a zoo’: Manmohan’s daughter says Mandaviya got pix shot in AIIMS despite objection

Manmohan Singh’s daughter tells ThePrint’s Jyoti Malhotra that her parents had expressly insisted that visitors be restricted because ex-PM is suffering from dengue and his immunity is low.

Amarinder to launch party & ally ‘with BJP, others’, says no sacrilege by Singhu lynching victim

In a conversation with Editor-in-Chief Shekhar Gupta at ThePrint ‘Off the Cuff’, Captain Amarinder Singh hinted at a resolution to farmers’ stir and talked about Punjab’s worsening security situation.

China sees ‘snub’ to India in Bhutan agreement. And Chinese are mocking Ajay Devgn

In this week’s Chinascope, Aadil Brar looks at the agreement signed between China and Bhutan, continuing tensions at the India-China border, LinkedIn leaves China and other major stories from China – and the world.

Aryan Khan is the second in Shah Rukh Khan family to be embroiled in a court case

Aryan Khan could be a villain in the eyes of many, but his great grandfather, Shah Nawaz Khan, would always be remembered as a hero, writes Iftikhar Alam.

3 choices for India in Afghanistan – walking away is the easiest one but not the best

It is up to China to persuade Islamabad that Indian aid in Afghanistan will only help stabilise a country that could quickly wreak havoc within Pakistan itself, writes Tara Kartha.

Aryan Khan isn’t a show to enjoy. NDPS is a weapon vengeful state could use on you or your kids

The draconian Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act has been handed over to people who are prone to misuse it. The story we see unfolding on our TV screens is of its blatant misuse, writes Shekhar Gupta in this week’s ‘National Interest’.

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