No Restriction on Colour or Religiouis Dress for visiting Taj Mahal: Govt

Our Correspondent / New Delhi Government on Sunday clarified that there was no Restriction on Colour or Religiouis Design or Inscriptions on the Scarf or Dress of Visitors coming to See Taj Mahal. It said that Archaeological Survey of India has not put any restriction on colour or religious design or inscriptions on the scarf … Continue reading No Restriction on Colour or Religiouis Dress for visiting Taj Mahal: Govt

EC issues intent letter for purchase of 16,15,000 voting machine with VVPATs

Election Commission has issued a letter of intent for purchase of 16 lakh 15 thousand Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trails (VVPATs) during 2017-18 and 2018-19. The VVPATs will be purchased at an estimated cost of over three thousand one hundred crore rupees from Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL) and Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL). In … Continue reading EC issues intent letter for purchase of 16,15,000 voting machine with VVPATs

Nepal approves constitution amendment, Madheshi parties to take part in local polls

Nepal’s Madhesi parties Sanghiya Gathbandhan have struck a deal with the Prachanda-led coalition government under which they would take part in the local body elections after a revised Constitution amendment bill is passed in Parliament through a fast-track process. The Federal Alliance, a grouping of agitating Madhesi parties and ethnic groups, reached an agreement on … Continue reading Nepal approves constitution amendment, Madheshi parties to take part in local polls

Naval exercises between Japan & US begin in Western Pacific

web desk Naval exercises between Japan and the United States began in the Western Pacific near waters around the Korean peninsula. In a statement, Japan’s Maritime Self Defence Force said that the two warships will practice a variety of tactics in response to rising tension over North Korea. Meanwhile, North Korea said today that it … Continue reading Naval exercises between Japan & US begin in Western Pacific

Vision of New India will be be realized through combined effort of states: PM

AMN Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the vision of New India could only be realised through the combined effort and cooperation of all States and Chief Ministers. In his opening remarks at the third meeting of the Governing Council of NITI Aayog in New Delhi, the Prime Minister said Team India has once again … Continue reading Vision of New India will be be realized through combined effort of states: PM

Army Chief for modernisation, inclusive HR Policies

Army Commanders Conference Andalib Akhter / New Delhi India’s Chief of Army Staff General Bipin Rawat has stressed the need to work in a collaborative manner for maintaining combat effectiveness of the Army. He expressed confidence that Army has been adapting itself to the dynamic internal and external operational environment. In  his closing address to … Continue reading Army Chief for modernisation, inclusive HR Policies

IIMC to launch Post-Graduate Diploma Course in Marathi Journalism

Indian Institute of Mass Communication is all set to launch the first ever Post-Graduate Diploma Course in Marathi Journalism from its Western Regional Campus at Amravati in Vidarbha region with effect from August 01, 2017. Director General of the premier media training institute Mr. K.G. Suresh made the official announcement in this regard at a … Continue reading IIMC to launch Post-Graduate Diploma Course in Marathi Journalism

India fastest growing economy in world: Jaitley at IMFC

WEB DESK India’s Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said that his country is on path of the fastest growing major economy in the world and its growth will accelerate further after implementation of GST. Speaking at the International Monetary and Financial Committee (IMFC) meeting in Washington yesterday, Jaitley said the scrapping of old Rs 500 … Continue reading India fastest growing economy in world: Jaitley at IMFC

Metro have to buy 75% coaches, 25% equipment made in India

AMN Government has made it mandatory for the metro rail companies to procure minimum 75 per cent of train cars and 25 per cent of critical equipment from within the country. Such a norm has been made compulsory under the ‘Make in India’ campaign. Urban Development Ministry has incorporated these mandatory conditions in the metro … Continue reading Metro have to buy 75% coaches, 25% equipment made in India

MCD: Exit Polls Predict Sweep For BJP, AAP Rout

  Exit polls predicted a handsome victory for the BJP in the civic election of Delhi, giving them more than 200 of the 270 seats for which voting was held today. The overall turnout, at 54 per cent, was almost the same as the 2012 elections, when 53.9 per cent polling was recorded. The rival … Continue reading MCD: Exit Polls Predict Sweep For BJP, AAP Rout