NEWSPAPERS SCAN – APRIL 04

NEWSPAPERS SCAN – APRIL 04 Under the headline “Drink Driving now a major issue on railway lines too”, The Hindustan Times writes that about 15 per cent drivers fail alcohol tests when they sign off duty.The paper adds that the Indian Railways has seen nearly four fold rise in the number of train drivers who … Continue reading NEWSPAPERS SCAN – APRIL 04

Man beaten to death by cow vigilantes in Rajasthan

It is file photo Jaipur / TIA News In an other horrifying incident of a Muslim man was brutally beaten up by cow vigilantes in Rajasthan’s Alwar district succumb to his injuries in hospital, the police said on Tuesday. Police said that Pehlu Khan (35), died Monday night in a hospital where he was admitted … Continue reading Man beaten to death by cow vigilantes in Rajasthan

India rejects US role in resolving Indo-Pak issues

Our Correspondent / New Delhi India today rejected any role of United States in resolving Indo-Pak issues. External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Gopal Baglay said that New Delhi expects international community and organizations to enforce international mechanisms and mandates concerning terrorism emanating from Pakistan, that continues to be single biggest threat to peace in the region … Continue reading India rejects US role in resolving Indo-Pak issues

MCI Cancels 500 admissions in UP, TN medical colleges

AMN The Medical Council of India (MCI) has directed some private colleges in Uttar Pradesh and Tamil Nadu to cancel admissions of around 500 students who had allegedly not appeared for NEET exam last year. According to a MCI secretary, Dr. Reena Nayyar , these admissions are suspected to be back door admissions allegedly done … Continue reading MCI Cancels 500 admissions in UP, TN medical colleges

यूपी: लघु और सीमांत किसानों का एक लाख तक का फसल लोन माफ

AMN उत्तर प्रदेश में बीजेपी की सरकार बनने के बाद वैसे तो मुख्यमंत्री आदित्यनाथ लगातार एक के बाद एक तेजी से फैसले ले रहे थे लेकिन यूपी के लोगों को इंतजार था उस फैसले का जिसका वादा खुद पीएम मोदी और पार्टी अघ्यक्ष अमित शाह ने अपनी रैलियों में किया था । करीब दो हफ्तों … Continue reading यूपी: लघु और सीमांत किसानों का एक लाख तक का फसल लोन माफ

किसानों के लोन को माफ करे तमिलनाडु सरकार: मद्रास हाई कोर्ट

AMN पिछले 23 दिन से दिल्ली के जंतर-मंतर पर प्रदर्शन कर रहे, सूखे की मार से परेशान तमिलनाडु के किसानों के लिए मद्रास उच्च न्यायालय से अच्छी खबर आयी है। उच्च न्यायालय की मदुरई बेंच ने तमिलनाडु सरकार को आदेश दिया है कि वो कॉपरेटिब बैंकों से लिये गये किसानों के लोन को माफ करे। … Continue reading किसानों के लोन को माफ करे तमिलनाडु सरकार: मद्रास हाई कोर्ट

UP: Yogi govt waives off farmers loans up to Rs. 1 lakh

AMN / LUCKNOW / In the first Cabinet meet Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh waived off farm loans upto Rs 1 lakh. The decision will benefit nearly 2 crore 15 lakh farmers across the state. The decision ieen as the fulfillment of BJP’s poll promise to waive of farm loans if it comes to … Continue reading UP: Yogi govt waives off farmers loans up to Rs. 1 lakh

India committed to protect all foreign nationals in the country

Our Correspondent/ NEW DELHI FOLLOW INDIAN AWAAZ ON TWITTER The Government of India has said that it is committed to ensuring the safety and security of all foreign nationals in India, including Africans, asserting that they remain valued partners. External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Gopal Baglay said this in a release last night in response to … Continue reading India committed to protect all foreign nationals in the country

Truckers strike continues as talks fails to resolve the issue

The truckers strike continues for the sixth day today in the six southern states as the talks held by their representatives yesterday failed to resolve the issue. They said, in the talks held in Hyderabad yesterday, differences over the third party insurance premium still prevail, as the insurance firms rejected their demands. However, in the … Continue reading Truckers strike continues as talks fails to resolve the issue

Maharashtra farmers to go on strike from June 1

Farmers from Maharashtra are planning a ‘strike’ from June 1 in a bid to draw the state government’s attention to their problems. The strike would involve not selling agri produce in market and not engaging in any fresh crop growing activities. This decision was taken at a meeting of farmers at Puntamba village in Rahata … Continue reading Maharashtra farmers to go on strike from June 1