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While one kept in dark, other rises from the dark; Govt declassifies all files related to Netaji Bose

While one kept in dark, other rises from the dark; Govt declassifies all files related to Netaji Bose

While one kept in dark, other rises from the dark; Govt declassifies all files related to Netaji Bose

Hiding all facts, suppressing the truth, there is nothing else left for the dynasty party to demean itself that it couldn’t seek to rise any further. Dwelled into two parties, one that works for the development of people and keeps the country ahead, while the other prioritizes their own benefits before the nation. Accomplishing and fulfilling the promise, the Modi led NDA government has de-classified all records related to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and Azad Hind Fauj and placed them in the National Archiv

On an impressive note, almost 19 lakh farmers get registered under PM Kisan Maandhan Yojana

On an impressive note, almost 19 lakh farmers get registered under PM Kisan Maandhan Yojana

On an impressive note, almost 19 lakh farmers get registered under PM Kisan Maandhan Yojana

Levelling up schemes for the farmers, the NDA government has giving a helping hand enabling utmost facilities for their benefit. One among them is the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Yojana, and on a commendable note, the scheme has received good response. The Government today said around 19 lakh farmers have been registered under Pradhan Mantri Kisan Maandhan Yojana till November this year.

Finally banned! Parliament passes Prohibition of Electronic Cigarettes Bill 2019

Finally banned! Parliament passes Prohibition of Electronic Cigarettes Bill 2019

Finally banned! Parliament passes Prohibition of Electronic Cigarettes Bill 2019

After the announcement few months ago, Parliament has passed the Prohibition of Electronic Cigarettes Bill, 2019, with the Rajya Sabha approving it yesterday after an elaborate discussion. The Lok Sabha has already passed the bill.

Big relief to 40 lakh Delhiites! Lok Sabha passes bill on unauthorised colonies

Big relief to 40 lakh Delhiites! Lok Sabha passes bill on unauthorised colonies

Big relief to 40 lakh Delhiites! Lok Sabha passes bill on unauthorised colonies

Lok Sabha on Thursday passed the National Capital Territory of Delhi (Recognition of Property Rights of Residents in Unauthorised Colonies) Bill, 2019. The bill provides for a legal framework to grant ownership rights to nearly 40 lakh people living in unauthorised colonies in Delhi.

Lok Sabha hears on ‘Pay and Allowance to Personnel Posted in Field Areas’

Lok Sabha hears on ‘Pay and Allowance to Personnel Posted in Field Areas’

Lok Sabha hears on ‘Pay and Allowance to Personnel Posted in Field Areas’

The Pay and Allowances of all armed forces personnel are being credited by their respective Pay Accounts Offices into their Bank Account each month, irrespective of their place of posting.

Lok Sabha gives green signal to merge Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu into one UT

Lok Sabha gives green signal to merge Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu into one UT

Lok Sabha gives green signal to merge Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu into one UT

Seeking to merge two Union Territories into one, Lok Sabha on Wednesday gave a green signal by passing the Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu (Merger of Union Territories) Bill, 2019. The bill now awaits the passage in the Rajya Sabha.

Dealing with local and global issues, Cabinet comes up with hosts of important decisions

Dealing with local and global issues, Cabinet comes up with hosts of important decisions

Dealing with local and global issues, Cabinet comes up with hosts of important decisions

The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi today made hosts of important decisions, ranging from finance, trade, security, environment.

Placing reality of normalcy in Kashmir, Rajnath Singh asserts terror attacks in J&K have almost come to nil

Placing reality of normalcy in Kashmir, Rajnath Singh asserts terror attacks in J&K have almost come to nil

Placing reality of normalcy in Kashmir, Rajnath Singh asserts terror attacks in J&K have almost come to nil

Introducing the new transformed Kashmir prevailing normalcy in the region, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh asserted in Lok Sabha that terror incidents in Jammu and Kashmir have come down to almost nil. Adding, he also, said the Army, paramilitary forces and the Jammu and Kashmir Police have been coordinating to fight terrorism in the state.

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Hailing Monetary Policy Statement, Satish Marathe signals a gateway for UCBs in consortium lending

Hailing Monetary Policy Statement, Satish Marathe signals a gateway for UCBs in consortium lending

After five cuts in a row, the Reserve Bank of India has finally touched the pause button as it kept the repo rate unchanged. Welcoming the move, RBI’s Central Board Director Satish Marathe hailed the monetary policy statement and asserted that it’s good news for urban cooperative banks. He strongly advocated that the growth of the culture of consortium lending by the urban cooperative banks.

Reviewing gamut of mutual relation, India and Myanmar vow to deepen trade ties, step up border cooperation

Reviewing gamut of mutual relation, India and Myanmar vow to deepen trade ties, step up border cooperation

Reiterating its strong commitment of standing together and strengthening bilateral ties, India and Myanmar reviewed the entire gamut of mutual relations, including bilateral trade relations and border cooperation on Friday. The 18th round of Foreign Office Consultations between India and Myanmar was held in New Delhi with the Indian delegation led by Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale and the Myanmarese delegation by Permanent Secretary U Soe Han.

Enemy of your heart: Palm Oil... know how

Enemy of your heart: Palm Oil... know how

Day by Day demand for palm oil has increased sharply as it is one of the cheapest vegetable oils available in the global market. India is the biggest consumer and importer of palm oil. The roadside junk food producers majorly use Palm oil. But do you know that Palm oil is a villain who plays a role in increasing incidence of heart disease.

Benefiting the ‘Annadatas’, Centre disburses Rs 36,000 cr to farmers under PM-KISAN scheme

Benefiting the ‘Annadatas’, Centre disburses Rs 36,000 cr to farmers under PM-KISAN scheme

Moving towards development and growth, the Central government has worked towards making things feasible for the farmers. In this regard, the Centre has so far disbursed around Rs 36,000 crore to beneficiaries under PM-KISAN programme that aims to boost farmers' income.

Spot the tiny lamp! NASA’s Hubble space telescope captures stunning galaxy image

Spot the tiny lamp! NASA’s Hubble space telescope captures stunning galaxy image

Some of the most dramatic events in the universe occur when certain stars die and explode catastrophically in the process. NASA’s Hubble space telescope has captured a stunning image of a galaxy’s spiral pattern. A joint project of NASA and the European Space Agency, the Hubble telescope has captured a host of beautiful images since its launch in 1990.

Putting together modern tools and training, MHA issues advisory to states, UTs ensuring women safety

Putting together modern tools and training, MHA issues advisory to states, UTs ensuring women safety

Taking cognizance of the situation and in wake of the recent Hyderabad gangrape and murder case, the Unnao incident, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has taken a major step pertaining to the states. MHA has sent advisory to all the states and Union territories, asking them to ensure the safety of women and use all modern tools and training put at their disposal by the ministry.

Amid heavily noted slowdown, FinMin assures to work on more measure revive the sagging economy

Amid heavily noted slowdown, FinMin assures to work on more measure revive the sagging economy

While the GDP growth rate has slowed down to more than six-year low of 4.5 per cent in the second quarter of the current fiscal from 5 per cent recorded in the first quarter, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday affirmed that the government was working on more measures to revive the sagging economy.

Hitting out at Pakistan, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh cites, ‘Pakistan has made terrorism its state policy’

Hitting out at Pakistan, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh cites, ‘Pakistan has made terrorism its state policy’

Very well aware of Pakistan’s activities of maligning ties with its neighbouring country India, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday once again called out Pakistan and stated that Pakistan has made terrorism its 'state policy' and is not 'mending its ways'. The Defence Minister was attending the 142nd passing out parade of Indian Military Academy (IMA) in Dehradun.

Is this the beginning of the end for coal in India? Another three states likely to disallow new coal-fired plants

Is this the beginning of the end for coal in India? Another three states likely to disallow new coal-fired plants

A study by Climate Trends, a Delhi-based climate communications organisation has noted that Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan and Karnataka are likely to follow the footsteps of Gujarat and Chhattisgarh to disallow new coal-fired plants in the future.

United States completes implementation of H-1B electronic registration process for 2021 season

United States completes implementation of H-1B electronic registration process for 2021 season

United States has completed the implementation of H-1B electronic registration process for the 2021 cap season. The country's immigration agency has announced, the petitions for the most sought after work visa among Indian IT professionals will be accepted from 1st of April next year.

Stepping towards 'New India', 'Better Tomorrow', PM Modi states need of the hour to work over core areas of Governance

Stepping towards 'New India', 'Better Tomorrow', PM Modi states need of the hour to work over core areas of Governance

"There are many decisions, a legacy of the past, but for New India, they cannot be avoided for better tomorrow", said PM Narendra Modi while attending the three-day, all-India conference of Directors’ General of Police (DGP) and Inspectors’ General of Police (IGP) conference in Maharashtra's Pune today.

Promoting art and culture through photography, Photo Division announces 8th National Photography Awards

Promoting art and culture through photography, Photo Division announces 8th National Photography Awards

To promote various facets of the country such as art, culture through the medium of photography, Photo Division, Press Information Bureau, under the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, has invited entries for the 8th National Photography Awards.

Busting conspiracy creating sleeper cells, NIA files second charge sheet in FIF terror funding case

Busting conspiracy creating sleeper cells, NIA files second charge sheet in FIF terror funding case

Using its power to bring justice and acting robustly against illegal activities, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has once again swayed its magic wand. In a latest, the NIA on Friday filed the second supplementary charge sheet against Mohammad Arif Gulambashir Dharampuria in connection with Falah-i-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF) terror funding case. Dharampuria, a resident of Gujarat's Valsad, has been charged under section 120B of Indian Penal Code and section 17 of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act

Irresponsibility won’t be tolerated! DGP of Punjab, Chandigarh summoned by High Court

Irresponsibility won’t be tolerated! DGP of Punjab, Chandigarh summoned by High Court

In an exceptional order, the Punjab and Haryana High Court (HC) has summoned the Home Secretaries and the Directors-General of Police (DGP) of Punjab and Chandigarh after taking cognisance of non-production of accused and witnesses during trial.

'China has plenty of money, if they don't, they create it. STOP!', Trump calls on World Bank to stop lending to China

'China has plenty of money, if they don't, they create it. STOP!', Trump calls on World Bank to stop lending to China

Roaring aloud around the US-China trade war, US President Donald Trump on Friday lashed out at the World Bank blaming the international financial institution for lending money to China. "Why is the World Bank loaning money to China? Can this be possible? China has plenty of money, and if they don't, they create it. STOP!", Trump wrote on Twitter.

Professional competence needed in selection of peacekeepers: Indian Ambassador addresses UN meeting

Professional competence needed in selection of peacekeepers: Indian Ambassador addresses UN meeting

India has called for making the selection of peacekeepers for UN operations more stringent, emphasising professional competence in order to make them more effective.

With ongoing propaganda to malign Telangana Police actions, all eyes glued on NHRC; Know why

With ongoing propaganda to malign Telangana Police actions, all eyes glued on NHRC; Know why

The entire nation lauded and sighed when the Telangana Police released the news of the encounter of the four accused in Priyanka Reddy rape and murder case. The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), in this regard, has taken suo motu cognizance of news reports and are now visiting the spot where the encounter had taken place. However, there are many reports questioning the action of the Telangana Police of how law and order has been misused. Understanding and respecting the rightful duties of Telangana P

Aiming simplified, sorted practices, FinMin hails spot responses to new GST Returns on 'GST Stakeholder Feedback Diwas' today

Aiming simplified, sorted practices, FinMin hails spot responses to new GST Returns on 'GST Stakeholder Feedback Diwas' today

Focussing over assessing the ease of compliance and uploading of the new GST returns for the trade to not face any difficulty after the returns are made legally mandatory, the Central GST and State GST authorities have organized a nationwide GST Stakeholder Feedback Diwas on 7th December 2019. "This is for getting an on the spot response to the new GST Returns to be introduced from 1st April 2020", the statement read.

Nation wishes you the best! Here is inspirational story of Priyam Garg, new captain of India U19 cricket team

Nation wishes you the best! Here is inspirational story of Priyam Garg, new captain of India U19 cricket team

Garg, is now set to lead India at the Under-19 World Cup, hoping to emulate Mohammad Kaif, Virat Kohli, Unmukt Chand and Prithvi Shaw in lifting the trophy.

Uttarakhand hikes allowances of Home Guards in the state

Uttarakhand hikes allowances of Home Guards in the state

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has announced increase in the nutritious dietary allowance of home guards by Rs 150 monthly. At the same time, it has been announced to increase the uniform washing allowance of paid workers by Rs 50 per month. He was addressing a program organized on the Foundation Day of Home Guards and Civil Defense Organization on Friday. Before this, he also took the salute of the ritual parade. There were five armed men and one female armed female platoon in the parade.

Opinion

Disgusting political theatrics of elected representatives

In the name of democracy, elected representatives have enacted the most disgusting political theatrics beamed the grand display of treachery, intrigue and corruption of the most despicable order straight into the drawing rooms and the mobile phones.

Disgusting political theatrics of elected representatives

On Human Rights Day, Imran Khan has nothing to show for minority rights in Pakistan

On July, 29, 2019, Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan, assured the minority communities of Pakistan that he would ensure their safety, security and basic rights. He vowed to protect the places of worship of minorities. He termed the practice of forced conversions as "un-Islamic" and said there was no precedent in Islamic history for forcefully converting others. As the world prepares to observe Human Rights Day on December, 10, it is noted with sadness that, despite assurances by none less than the prime m

On Human Rights Day, Imran Khan has nothing to show for minority rights in Pakistan

Indian Ambition for Domination of Indian Ocean

India initiated Naval Buildup to turn ‘Indian Ocean into India’s Ocean’ by securing ‘Sea Lines Of Communications (SLOC)’ to the Middle East, comprising of vital oil and energy supply chains and strengthening relations with Sri Lanka, Maldives, Myanmar, Thailand, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Mauritius and Seychelles. Can she achieve this AIM requires analysis on the eve of ‘Navy Day’.

Indian Ambition for Domination of Indian Ocean

'Hullabaloo' or outrage over Rape, Murder and Burning of Copse of Dr Priyanka Reddy

On similar pattern that followed gruesome rape incident of Jyothi Singh in New Delhi seven years ago, popularly known as Nirbhaya Rape Case, there is “hullaballoo” and outrage in visual media over the latest rape of 26-year old Veterinary Doctor Priyanka Reddy in Hyderabad followed by gruesome murder and burning of the body to obliterate traces of happening.

'Hullabaloo' or outrage over Rape, Murder and Burning of Copse of Dr Priyanka Reddy

Imran-Bajwa power play: The web of deceit will have serious consequences

The perfidious power play in Pakistan has attained a notorious, dishonourable status. Gen. Qamar Bajwa continues as chief while the Imran Khan government is left to grapple with the directions given by the Supreme Court of the country. This web of deceit smelled rotten right from the word go and has, not surprisingly, left the main protagonists (Imran Khan and Bajwa) with egg on their faces.

Imran-Bajwa power play: The web of deceit will have serious consequences

Retrospect and Prospect - Spiralling or Proliferating Student protests!

Mass protests with students virtually spearheading them in large numbers are happening in a growing number of countries for different reasons and with various goals. Their prospects on review of the past growth processes in India are quite frightening.

Retrospect and Prospect - Spiralling or Proliferating Student protests!