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Delhi to ban entry, exit of horses

New Delhi, Jan 12, The Delhi goverment has decided to ban movement of horses, mules, and donkeys in and out of the city border due to the spread of Glanders disease, Rural Development Minister Gopal Rai said here on Friday.Glanders disease has been detected in around 40 horses in the city over the past two

Sikh Committee slams ban on Indian officials' entry in foreign Gurdwaras

Sikh Committee slams ban on Indian officials’ entry in Canadian, American Gurdwaras

After reports of Canada and America barring Indian officials’ entry in Gurdwaras, emerged, the vice president of Delhi’s Sikh Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee Harmeet Kalka, called for a dialogue to resolve the matter. “This is absolutely wrong. Their thoughts and opinions are wrong when it comes to religion because in our religion, nobody is stopped to visit to

China bans steel exports, limits oil supply to N.Korea

China bans steel exports, limits oil supply to N.Korea

China on Saturday implemented a ban on exports of steel and other metals to North Korea and placed limits on the supply of crude oil and petroleum products to the country in line with UN Security Council resolutions.In a statement on Friday, the Ministry of Commerce announced a complete ban on the sale of iron,

NGT slammed for banning religious hymns at Amarnath cave

NGT lambasted over its directive stopping chanting hymns at Amarnath cave

The controversial decision of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) to ban chanting of hymns at Amarnath cave shrine in south Kashmir had drawn ire of the Hindu groups and organizations across the nation. The move of the NGT purportedly intends to curb noise pollution in the area.  The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), which was especially vocal

Goa: Loudspeakers banned on burial ground

Panaji (Goa) [India], Dec 1 : The City Corporation of Panaji (CCP) recently banned the recital of prayers via a loudspeaker/public address system at one of the largest Muslim burial grounds in the city. Based on a plea from the residents of St Inez, the CCP issued a notice stating that the prayer services at the Muslim burial ground should not be

Rajput organisation demands ban on “Padmavati”

Jamshedpur, Nov 12, An organisation of the Rajput community here today demanded a ban on the upcoming Bollywood movie “Padmavati” and said it would not allow its release in any of the theatres in and around Jamshedpur.Various groups across the country, most of them from the Rajput community, have accused director Sanjay Leela Bhansali of

Security forces' combat dresses sale banned in Samba

Sale of combat dresses of security forces banned in Samba

Authorities today banned the sale of combat dresses and uniforms of Indian security forces in Jammu and Kashmir’s Samba district, which borders Pakistan, in a bid to prevent them from reaching into the hands of militants. District Magistrate Sheetal Nanda said the ban was imposed under section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) and

Punjab and Haryana flout ban on stubble burning openly

Rice fields are ready to be harvested but the problem is that after harvesting farmers will set fire to clear the stubble. Despite ban on stubble burning, farmers have continued burning stubble in their fields. Farmers in Punjab and Haryana said that there was no affordable alternative to stubble burning. Supreme Court has banned cracker

Ban on harvesting with combines in Mohali

Ban on harvesting with combines in Mohali

Mohali ban harvesting combines. Magistrate and deputy commissioner of Mohali district Gurpreet Kaur Sapra has issued an order to ban on harvesting with combines from 7pm to 9am. In addition commissioner also imposed the ban on stubble burning.  This order will be applicable to the entire district till November 30.  District Magistrate informed that with the combines, the

Justices allow Trump administration ban

Justices allow Trump administration ban on most refugees

Washington, Sep 13, Justices allow Trump administration ban on most refugees. The Supreme Court is allowing the Trump administration to maintain its restrictive policy on refugees. The justices yesterday agreed to an administration request to block a lower court ruling that would have eased the refugee ban and allowed up to 24,000 refugees to enter

Sikh religious symbols banned in Bengaluru

Sikh religious symbols banned in

Bengaluru Sikh religious symbols banned

Sikh religious symbols banned in Bengaluru

Bengaluru Sikh religious symbols banned. Authorities in Bengaluru have issued an order banning arms including Kirpans (religious symbol of the Sikhs), kukris (traditional Nepali Gurkha knives), swords and machets. These arms will not be allowed at public places in capital of Karnatka without license.On August 28, the government issued an order for banning acquisition, possession

BSE to ‘compulsorily’ delist 200 firms, bar promoters, from 23 August

BSE to ‘compulsorily’ delist 200 firms, bar promoters, from 23 August

BSE to delist 200 firms. Leading stock exchange BSE( Bombay Stock Exchange) will ‘compulsorily’ delist 200 firms this week and bar their promoters from the markets for 10 years as trading in these shares have remained suspended for over a decade.All these companies will be delisted from 23 August. The move also comes at a time

Delhi HC admits plea seeking ban online Blue Whale Challenge game

Delhi HC admits plea seeking to ban online Blue Whale Challenge game

Delhi HC ban Blue Whale game. The Delhi High Court on Thursday admitted a plea seeking to ban the infamous online Blue Whale Challenge game, which has led to the suicide of a number of children in India and abroad.A PIL was moved in the high court seeking directions to internet companies like Google, Facebook and Yahoo

Remove Sunny Leone’s condom ads from the buses: Goa Congress MLA

Sunny Leones condom ads ban.“These ads should not be displayed. It shames us,” Congress MLA from St. Andre Francis Silveira said in the Goa legislative assembly. A Goa legislator on Tuesday demanded a ban on condom advertisements, featuring actress Sunny Leone, on buses operated by the state transport corporation, saying it “shames us”.This is not

Ban against tobacco products in Punjab!!!

Taking cognizance of reports of sale of banned tobacco-laced products such as Gutka and Pan Masala, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has directed the Department of Health and Family Welfare to ensure strict implementation of the ban in the state. Despite a notification issued by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Punjab, reports suggested that sale

UN adopts treaty banning nuclear weapons despite US opposition

A global treaty banning nuclear weapons was adopted at the United Nations today despite opposition from the United States, Britain, France and other nuclear powers that boycotted negotiations. The treaty was adopted by a vote of 122 in favor with one country the Netherlands voting against while Singapore abstained.Costa Rica’s ambassador, Elayne Whyte Gomez, the

Punjab Government will Banned to playing songs in buses

Punjab Government will Banned to playing songs in buses.

The Punjab government has decided to banned to playing songs in the buses.The government also decided to banned the sirens on vehicles. The government would be taken Strict action against those who did not follow the order.According to the government decision,only the instrumental music or the movies will be played in the buses. At the

Oxford University students campaign to ban ‘elitist’ gowns

Oxford University students campaign to ban ‘elitist’ gowns

Oxford University students campaign to ban ‘elitist’ gowns. One of Britain’s most famous, Oxford University has once again begun to raise the issue of the gown. The students here call the noble scholar gown as a symbol of discrimination and have demanded to abolish the rules for wearing it. These gowns are wearing by students

Truck unions announce dharna on June 28 in Punjab

In Punjab, truck unions were banned by the Punjab government in the last days, from which there is a protest movement in various truck unions of Punjab. The truck unions have announced protests on June 28 in Punjab. This information was given by the leaders of the truck unions in all the districts of Punjab