Regional aviation routes, airlines under UDAN scheme announced

AMN Government today announced regional aviation routes and airlines after the first round of bidding under Regional Connectivity Scheme-UDAN, Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik. Announcing this, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathy Raju said, all flights in first round will become active within 4-6 months. He said, UDAN will have a positive effect on the economy … Continue reading Regional aviation routes, airlines under UDAN scheme announced

گوشت پر پابندی مویشی پالنے والوں کے لئے نوٹبدي سے کم نہیں

سنیتا نارائن /بزںس اسٹنڈرڈ حال ہی میں آئی ہماری کتاب فرسٹ فوڈ: کلچر آف ٹیسٹ میں ہم نے مویشی کے اقسام ، غذائیت اور معیار زندگی پر بحث کی ہے. اسے لے کر مجھ سے ایک سوال پوچھا گیا کہ بطور ایک ماحولیات میں آخر روایتی اور مقامی کھانے کی حمایت اور گوشت خوری کی … Continue reading گوشت پر پابندی مویشی پالنے والوں کے لئے نوٹبدي سے کم نہیں

मांस पर पाबंदी पशुपालकों के लिए नोटबंदी से कम नहीं

सुनीता नारायण / हाल ही में आई हमारी किताब फस्र्ट फूड: कल्चर ऑफ टेस्ट में हमने जैव विविधता, पोषण और आजीविका पर चर्चा की है। इसे लेकर मुझसे एक प्रश्न पूछा गया कि बतौर एक पर्यावरणविद मैं आखिर पारंपरिक और स्थानीय खाने का समर्थन और मांसाहार की निंदा क्यों नहीं करती हूं? इसके पक्ष में … Continue reading मांस पर पाबंदी पशुपालकों के लिए नोटबंदी से कम नहीं

Series is done and dusted ,time to look forward; Steve Smith

HARPAL SINGH BEDI / NEW DELHI In a bid to bury the hatchet, Pune Supergiant’s new captain Steve Smith today said the India-Australia test series is “done and dusted” and focus should now shift to Indian Premier League Steve Smith, who was at the eye of storm in the just concluded test series against India … Continue reading Series is done and dusted ,time to look forward; Steve Smith

Govt opening ‘flood gates of corporate funding for parties,’: Opposition

AMN / New Delhi The Opposition parties in the Lok Sabha today slammed the Government for what it called ‘opening flood gates’ of opaque corporate funding of political parties through an amendment in the Representation of People’s Act included in the Finance Bill which removes all restrictions on the amount of money a company can … Continue reading Govt opening ‘flood gates of corporate funding for parties,’: Opposition

52 injured in train accident in UP

Railways announces ex-gratia for those injured in derailment AMN / New Delhi At least 52 passengers were injured when eight coaches of the Jabalpur-Nizamuddin Mahakaushal Express derailed in the wee hours today near Mahoba in Uttar Pradesh. Minister of State for Railways Manoj Sinha said 21 were injured, including one seriously. Railways announced ex-gratia payment … Continue reading 52 injured in train accident in UP

सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने ‘तीन तलाक’ का मामला संवैधानिक पीठ को सौंपा

NEW DELHI / सुप्रीम कोर्ट में आज तीन तलाक, निकाह-हलाला और बहुविवाह पर सुनवाई के दौरान यह मामला संवैधानिक पीठ के पास भेज दिया है। संवैधानिक पीठ इस मामले में 11 मई को सुनवाई करेगा। पिछली सुनवाई में ऑल इंडिया मुस्लिम पर्सनल लॉ बोर्ड (एआईएमपीएलबी) ने सुप्रीम कोर्ट से कहा कि मुसलमानों में प्रचलित तीन … Continue reading सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने ‘तीन तलाक’ का मामला संवैधानिक पीठ को सौंपा

SC refers Triple Talaq issue to constitutional bench

AMN / New Delhi The Supreme Court today referred the triple talaq case to a constitution bench, which would examine the constitutional validity of it. The matter would be heard on a day-to-day basis from May 11, a bench of the apex court, headed by Chief Justice (CJI) Jagdish Singh Khehar, passed the order. Follow … Continue reading SC refers Triple Talaq issue to constitutional bench

Global Crude price of Indian Basket was $ 50.73/bbl on March 29

The international crude oil price of Indian Basket as computed/published today by Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell (PPAC) under the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas was US$ 50.73 per barrel (bbl) on 29.03.2017. This was higher than the price of US$ 49.91 per bbl on previous publishing day of 28.03.2017. In rupee terms, the … Continue reading Global Crude price of Indian Basket was $ 50.73/bbl on March 29

Australia: Torrential rain hampered relief efforts

Torrential rain hampered relief efforts after a powerful cyclone wreaked havoc in northeast Australia. Several tourists and residents have been stranded for days on devastated Hamilton and Daydream islands and they were due to be evacuated today. Cyclone Debbie has pummelled Queensland state since crashing ashore as category four storm on Tuesday between Bowen and … Continue reading Australia: Torrential rain hampered relief efforts