India again asks China to declare Masood Azhar as terrorist

TIA NEWS India has once again told China about the urgent need to declare JeM chief Masood Azhar as a proscribed terrorist. Foreign Secretary Dr S. Jaishankar in a meeting with his counterpart Zhang Yesui said, the case of Azhar is being pursued by other countries also, not by India alone. On demand of solid … Continue reading India again asks China to declare Masood Azhar as terrorist

Fix accountability for poor telecom services, PM tells Secretaries

AMN /New Delhi Expressing anguish over poor quality of telecom services in the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today directed Secretaries and Chief Secretaries to fix accountability at all levels so that the standard and quality of these service be improved. The Prime Minister also asked the various departments to complete the pending project to … Continue reading Fix accountability for poor telecom services, PM tells Secretaries

Maneka for curb on cesarean deliveries

AMN/ New Delhi Expressing deep concern over increasing cases of cesarean deliveries, Minister of Women and Child Development Maneka Gandhi has taken up the matter with the Ministry of Health, suggesting mandatory disclosure of such cases by all hospitals. The Minister received a petition signed by one lakh women against the tendency of hospitals to … Continue reading Maneka for curb on cesarean deliveries

Fake Rs 2,000 notes issued by “Children Bank Of India” dispensed at SBI ATM

AMN/ NEW DELHI: In a shocking news which came to light today, a man reportedly got Rs 2,000 notes issued by the “Children Bank Of India” from a SBI ATM in south Delhi. The man who withdrew Rs. 8,000 cash from an ATM in south Delhi sangam Vihar was shocked to see, at a closer … Continue reading Fake Rs 2,000 notes issued by “Children Bank Of India” dispensed at SBI ATM

237 Hindu pilgrims leave for Pakistan ahead of Shivratri

Jatha of 237 Hindu pilgrims left for Pakistan today via Attari Wahga border to celebrate Festival of Shivratri at famous historical Katasraj Temple. Jatha members paid obesience at Durgiana temple in Amritsar before leaving for pilgrimage. Group leader Ved Goswami told that they will visit different temples and other religious places after Shivratri celebrations and … Continue reading 237 Hindu pilgrims leave for Pakistan ahead of Shivratri

There should not be tax terrorism in India: ASSOCHAM President

Andalib Akhter/NEW DELHI The newly appointed president of ASSOCHAM, Sandeep Jajodia today urged the government to ensure that there should not be any ‘tax terrorism’ and ‘fear psychosis’ among the consumers and traders of the country. While welcoming steps taken by Government to curb black money, Jajodia however said: “It must be ensured that there … Continue reading There should not be tax terrorism in India: ASSOCHAM President

UPSC Civil Services mains exam 2016 results declared

AMN / Union Public Service Commission today announced the result of Civil Service (Main) Examination- 2016. An official release said, the main examination was held from 3rd to 9th December last year. Personality Test of the qualified candidates is likely to commence from 20th of next month. The successful candidates will have to produce the … Continue reading UPSC Civil Services mains exam 2016 results declared

India approves investment proposal for 3-Hydro Electric Project in Nepal

AMN / New Delhi India’s Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) today approved investment proposal for 3-Hydro Electric Project on Arun river in Nepal. Briefing the mediapersons about the Cabinet decisions, Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal said the CCEA has approved Rs 5,723. In the 72-crore investment in the hydroelectric project. The government is committed to … Continue reading India approves investment proposal for 3-Hydro Electric Project in Nepal

DMK observes fast in protest against attack on its MLAs

AMN /Chennai The Opposition DMK in Tamil Nadu today observed a state-wide day long fast in protest against the violent incidents in the Tamil Nadu Assembly when the DMK MLAs were allegedly assaulted and evicted during the trust vote won by Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami on Saturday last. Leader of the Opposition and DMK … Continue reading DMK observes fast in protest against attack on its MLAs

Shurhozelie Liezitsu sworn-in as Nagaland Chief Minister

Shurhozelie Liezitsu has been sworn-in as the 17th Chief Minister of Nagaland. The 81-year old Naga People’s Front party President was administered the oath of office and secrecy by Governor PB Acharya at a ceremony in Kohima today. He succeeded TR Zeliang, who resigned as the Chief Minister following widespread protests over reservation to women … Continue reading Shurhozelie Liezitsu sworn-in as Nagaland Chief Minister