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Congress hails Yogi Govt’s decision to introduce NCERT books in Madrasa

Congress hails Yogi Govt’s decision to introduce NCERT books in

Supreme Court observes Right to Privacy may affect beef ban in Maharashtra

A day after the Right to Privacy was upheld as “a fundamental right”, the Supreme Court on Friday observed that the landmark decision may affect the beef ban in the state of Maharashtra. This statement was made in the top court while hearing the appeal filed by the Maharashtra Government against the Bombay High Court’s

Farmers Unions Will Block All Roadways Of India On 16th June

On Monday, the Bhartiya Kisan Union took a big decision in Panchkula regarding the killing of farmers in Madhya Pradesh. They say that farmers’ unions will Block all the roadways of India on June 16. He said that on June 19, farmers’ union can take a big decision. Along with this, the angry farmers fired

No decision yet on debt waiver for farmers

No decision yet on debt waiver for farmers

No decision yet on debt waiver for farmers. Enough time has been passed of Punjab government in power, but still no decision has been taken by the government for debt waive of farmers.No attention was paid on the issue for loan waive of farmers in Wednesday cabinet meeting. Government is still in the situation of

Rana Gurjit welcomed the Decision Of Punjab CM

Irrigation and Power Minister Rana Gurjeet Singh On Monday welcomed the setting up of a judicial commission into the the sand mining auction.In a statement issued here today, Rana said, he has full faith in the judicial process and expressed confidence that he will come clean in the probe.The Minister has meanwhile offered to resign

Decision To Deploy 27000 Security Personnel During Amarnath Yatra

The government has decided to deploy 27,000 security personnel on the Amarnath Yatra route starting from 29th June. The government believes that pilgrims can be at risk from both the stone pelters and terrorists.The decision to deploy security personnel on the travel route was taken in a high level meeting, led by Union Home Secretary


Amarinder Singh welcomed decision to honour army major, who tied a Kashmiri man to jeep

Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh has welcomed  decision to honour a major, who had allegedly tied a Kashmiri man to a jeep to use him as a human shield. Responding to media reports on the army chief’s decision, Amarinder said that the officer had exemplified a high level of presence of mind and daring,

Punjab CM To Change Former Government Decision

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh Going to Change the decision of former government’s of life imprisonment on the matter of disrespect on Guru Granth Sahib. Now the sentence of life imprisonment has been changed to 2 to 10 years of imprisonment. In March 2016, the Akali alliance had joined the 295-AA new stream with

‘Pakistan will Not Follow The ICJ Decision On Kulbhushan Jadhav’

Pakistan can refuse to accept the decision of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in case of Indian Citizen Kulbhushan Jadhav (46) execution. This claim has been made in the Pakistan media report. In the case of alleged espionage, the ICJ has stayed the execution of Jadhav’s death sentence awarded to him by Pakistan’s military

Dhoni’s decision to make me open was career changing: Rohit 

New Delhi:  He has been one of India’s most dependable batsman in ODIs and Rohit Sharma feels that outgoing captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s “decision” to make him open the batting in 50-over format was a “career-changing move”. “I believe the decision to open in ODIs changed my career and it was a decision taken by

Manmohan Singh lashes out at PM on note ban decision

New Delhi: Pointing out the extent of hardship which demonetisation has caused the common man and small businesses, and the likely hit of 2 per cent on GDP, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday said this has been coupled with “monumental” mismanagement in implementation. “I want to ask the Prime Minister (Narendra Modi) if

‘SYL land back to farmers is outcome of bold decision’

Kapoori: Punjab Revenue minister Bikram Singh Majithia on Wednesday gave practical shape to the bold decision of CM Parkash Singh Badal to return the land acquired for construction of the SYL canal back to the farmers by handing over fard (revenue record) recognising the property rights of farmers here. Revenue minister said that what was

Roll back demonenitisation decision: Kejriwal

New Delhi: Warning of an impending anarchy, Delhi Chief Minsiter Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to withdraw his decision to spike the 500 and 1,000 rupee notes. Saying the November 8 demonetisation had caused immense hardships to people across the country, the AAP leader asked Modi to shed “arrogance” and withdraw

HC directs DSE to pass decision on annual function fee

Chandigarh: Regarding the issue of school asking parents to pay Rs 1,200 per student for holding their annual function, High Court has directed the Director School Education (DSE) Rubinderjeet Singh Brar to expeditiously pass a decision on the complaint filed by Nitin Goyal, president of Chandigarh Parents Association (CPA) CPA within a maximum period of

Amarinder hails Centre’s decision to put NDTV ban on hold

Chandigarh: Punjab Congress chief AmarinderSingh today hailed the Centre’s move to put the proposed one-day ban on Hindi news channel NDTV India on hold, calling it a “victory of democratic forces”. In a statement here, Singh said it was clear that the Central government had been forced to surrender in the face of widespread resentment

Rajoana on hunger strike for decision on mercy plea

Patiala: Balwant Singh Rajoana, a convict on death row for the murder former Punjab Chief Minister Beant Singh, has announced an indefinite hunger strike in jail here to protest the alleged failure of the Centre to take a final decision on his mercy plea. He has also accused the Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) and

UN chief lauds India’s decision to ratify Paris agreement

United Nations: UN chief Ban Ki-moon todaylauded India for its “swift action” over the decision to ratify the Paris pact on climate change, saying he is looking forward to receiving New Delhi’s instrument of accession.”The Secretary-General has made clear his hopes for the ratification of the Paris Agreement by a large number of states as

Hormonal changes may affect decision making in women

Toronto: Hormonal changes that women experience throughout their menstrual cycles can have significant effects on how they approach and solve problems, a study has found. Women have sometimes reported that their memory works differently depending on which phase of the menstrual cycle they are in — even during and following pregnancy, or following menopause, the

Trump questions Obama’s decision to campaign for Clinton

Washington: Republican presidential nomineeDonald Trump today questioned President Barack Obama’s move to hold election rallies in support of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton instead of focusing on resolving pressing issues facing the nation. “Why isn’t President Obama working instead of campaigning for Hillary Clinton?” Trump asked in a tweet, a day after the US President went

Ramos surprised over Lopetegui’s decision to drop Casillas

Madrid: Spain defender Sergio Ramos on Monday expressed surprise over chief coach Julen Lopetegui’s decision for not picking veteran goalkeeper Iker Casillas in the national football squad. “We were all are surprised when a player so emblematic and historic wasn’t called up, he’s our first captain,” Ramos told media, reports Efe. “This new era begins