Aug 13

1984 riots cases: Court asks SIT chairman to appear

1984 riots cases : Court asks SIT chairman to appear. New Delhi, Aug 13: A Delhi court has directed the chairman of an SIT, set up to re-investigate the 1984 anti- Sikh riot cases, to explain why further probe was carried out in a case while the mandate was to re-visit facts. Additional Chief Metropolitan

Soon, Indian Army To Deploy Robots In The Kashmir Valley
Soon, Indian Army To Deploy Robots In The Kashmir Valley

Soon, the Indian Army could be deploying a new variety of security reinforcements to counter stone-pelting and terror attacks in the Kashmir Valley – robots. A report in Greater Kashmir has stated that robotic weapons could be introduced by the Defence Ministry which will help security forces in counter-insurgency as well as counter-terror operations. This

International Organ Donation Day: Nitish Kumar expresses will for eye donation

International Organ Donation Day : Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday announced his will to donate his eyes, saying a proactive campaign should be launched for organ donation across nation.“The way in which the campaign was carried out for the prohibition of liquor, there is a need to run a similar vibrancy for the

Karan Johar’s bag is priced of your foreign trip

Karan Johars bag. Karan Johar is known as the most Happening Director of Bollywood. B-Town Parties or their Fashion Statement, they live one step ahead in every case. This time he is in the spotlight due to his super stylish and super expensive bag.In fact, while leaving for the Melbourne Film Festival, he found with

Gold maintained its glitter for yet another week
Gold maintained its glitter for yet another week

Gold prices have been steadily rising due to increased tensions between the US and North Korea and the purchase of domestic jewelers. In just six days, its price has increased to 630 rupees per ten grams.Meanwhile, there has been a huge surge of rupees 1875 in silver prices. Experts believe that increasing global tension has

Baba Ramdev: India should be prepared for war with China

Baba Ramdev said “All the Indians who feel for their country should boycott Chinese goods immediately.” Amid the escalating strain in the relationship between India and China, Yoga guru Baba Ramdev on Sunday reiterated that India needs to be prepared on all fronts for a possible war with China, if they don’t reciprocate on peaceful

India, Russia to hold mega war games in October

India Russia to hold mega war games in October. New Delhi, Aug 13 In the midst of evolving security situation in the region, India and Russia will hold a mega war game in October involving their armies, navies and the air forces for the first time to further ramp up military ties. The exercise Indra,

Only 24,000 Overseas Indians Have Registered As Voters
Only 24,000 Overseas Indians Have Registered As Voters

A little over 24,000 overseas Indians, who are entitled to cast their ballot in India, have registered themselves as voters. Now, in a bid to attract more such Indian citizens living abroad to become voters here, the Election Commission has launched a portal which allows them to register online. The portal also has a long

Delhi Traffic restricted for Independence Day rehearsals
Delhi: Traffic restricted for Independence Day rehearsals

Delhi Traffic restricted Traffic restrictions will be in place on Sunday for the Independence Day rehearsals at the Red Fort. A number of roads will remain closed on Sunday morning while traffic will be diverted to the other roads.    Roads like Tilak Marg, Mathura Road and Ring Road will remain closed for the general public between 5

Mandi Two buses buried due to major landslide
Two buses buried under debris due to landslide in Mandi

Mandi Two buses buried. A major accident occurred on the Mandi National Highway at night. Two buses carrying many passengers were buried under debris due to landslides in the Kotkrupi near Urla-Joginder Nagar on National Highway.  Mandi Two buses buried. It is very difficult to describe the destruction in few sentences. The incident is reported around 1:00

If Verdict Is In Favour Of Muslims, Should Give Land To Hindus: Kalbe Sadiq
If Verdict Is In Favour Of Muslims, Should Happily Give Land To Hindus: Kalbe Sadiq

Shia cleric Maulana Kalbe Sadiq on Sunday said that the Muslim community will peacefully accept the Supreme Court’s decision in the Ayodhya dispute case. Giving his personal opinion in an event at NSCI in Mumbai, Sadiq said, “If the Babri Masjid verdict is not in favour of Muslims, then they should peacefully accept it. And

2 boys thrown out of train Over seat issue , 1 dead
2 boys thrown out of train Over seat issue , 1 dead

2 boys thrown train. Two boys were thrown out of the train at Delhi- Ballabhgarh route. In this major incident, one youth died and another one is critically injured. Both the youths were thrown out of train from Delhi-Agra intercity express. The incident occurred around between 10:30-11 pm on Saturday.     Victim youth is from Asavati Village who

5-yr Wait For Surrogacy Too Long For Those Who Marry Late: Par Panel
5-yr Wait For Surrogacy Too Long For Those Who Marry Late: Par Panel

The five-year waiting period for couples to avail surrogacy is not only a breach of reproductive rights but also impairs chances of wannabe parents who marry late and want to go for assisted techniques, a parliamentary committee has said. The panel, which examined the Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, termed the five-year waiting period as “arbitrary, discriminatory

11,000 youngsters to vote first time in Ludhiana
Only 24,000 overseas Indians have registered as voters

Only 24,000 overseas Indians have registered as voters. A little over 24,000 overseas Indians, who are entitled to cast their ballot in India, have registered themselves as voters. Now, in a bid to attract more such Indian citizens living abroad to become voters here, the Election Commission has launched a portal which allows them to

'Converge All Skill Development Schemes Under One Ministry’
‘Converge All Skill Development Schemes Under One Ministry’

Various skill development schemes under the administrative control of different ministries should be handed over to the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship for better outcome, a report has suggested. “The NDA government has established a separate ministry for skill development. It is desirable that this central ministry takes the core elements from various ministries

Indonesia earthquake
Indonesia earthquake 6.4 magnitude quake jolts’s Sumatra

Indonesia earthquake 6.4 magnitude quake jolts’s Sumatra. An earthquake of magnitude 6.4 struck Sumatra in western Indonesia on Sunday with tremors being felt as far away as Singapore and Malaysia.Indonesia’s seismological agency BMKG said the preliminary magnitude of the earthquake was 6.6, but the United States Geological Survey (USGS) put the initial magnitude slightly lower,

Kerala CM Writes To PM Modi Seeking Ban On ‘Blue Whale’ Online Game
Kerala CM Writes To PM Modi Seeking Ban On ‘Blue Whale’ Online Game

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan today urged the Centre to take immediate steps to ban online Blue Whale game in the country “to save precious lives”. “In view of the threat which is already at our doorstep, I would request that immediate action may be initiated to ban ‘Blue Whale game all over India so

Gorakhpur tragedy: J.P. Nadda take stock today
Gorakhpur tragedy: Yogi Adityanath, J.P. Nadda to take stock today

Yogi Adityanath, JP Nadda take stock. Union Health Minister J.P. Nadda and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will reach Gorakhpur today, to enquire about the tragedy where more than 70 children in Baba Raghav Das Medical College‘s hospital died due to alleged oxygen shortage.Another child succumbed to encephalitis on Sunday, taking the death toll over 70.

Null and brilliant students will wear different color uniforms: Malappuram
Null and brilliant students will wear different color uniforms: Malappuram

Null and brilliant students will wear different color uniforms: Malappuram. The issue on the uniform of private school students has made the furious. It has been said in the instructions issued by the school management that the null and brilliant students will wear different color uniforms. According to the orders issued in this school in

Opposition shouldn’t do Politics on Death of children
Opposition shouldn’t do Politics on Death of children: Shrikant

Minister of Renewable Energy and State Government spokesman Shrikant Sharma has dismissed the demand of the health minister’s resignation in the matter of the death of children in Gorakhpur Medical College.He said politics should not be done on this matter. Minister of Renewable Energy Sharma told reporters here to give sympathy to the victim’s family