Muslims protest against India TV over ‘fabricated’ Halala Operation

Our Correspondent / NEW DELHI Hundreds of Muslims today staged a protest Dharana against India TV at Jantar Mantar. They were protesting against the telecast of what they called a ‘complete fabricated’ story run by the TV channel in the name of ‘Operation Halala’. They alleged that programme showed Muslim men and women in bad … Continue reading Muslims protest against India TV over ‘fabricated’ Halala Operation

Sindhu, Saina lose a place in latest BWF rankings

Olympic siver medallist P V Sindhu and former World No 1 Saina Nehwal slipped a place each to be at the fourth and ninth spots respectively in the latest BWF World ranking released . Both Sindhu and Saina last played at the Asian Badminton Championship in China with the former losing in the quarterfinals, while … Continue reading Sindhu, Saina lose a place in latest BWF rankings

RBI makes major changes in norms for dealing with stressed loans

AMN Reserve Bank of India, RBI has made substantial changes in the norms for dealing with stressed loans and warned banks they will be penalised for missing Non-Performing Assets (NPA) resolution timelines. RBI, through a notification, eased the decision making process in the Joint Lenders’ Forum and Corrective Action Plan under the ‘Framework for Revitalising … Continue reading RBI makes major changes in norms for dealing with stressed loans

MoUs Worth Rs 2 Lakh Crores Signed at IITL Summit

India Integrated Transport & Logistics Summit By TN Ashok /New Delhi Thirty-four MoUs valued over Rs 2 lakh crore were signed Friday on the concluding day of the three day India Integrated Transport and Logistics Summit that here mainly relating setting up of multi modal logistics parks. These MoUs were in the areas of port … Continue reading MoUs Worth Rs 2 Lakh Crores Signed at IITL Summit

Ambulance denial case: NHRC issues notice to UP government

The National Human Rights Commission, NHRC has issued a notice to the Uttar Pradesh government after a labourer had to carry his teenage son’s body on his shoulders as he was allegedly denied an ambulance by a hospital in Etawah district. The Commission took suo motu cognisance of media reports and issued the notice to … Continue reading Ambulance denial case: NHRC issues notice to UP government

Boko Haram killed 3,900 children for 4 years: UN

The United Nations has said, an estimated 3,900 children were killed by the Nigeria-based Islamic extremist group Boko Haram during the last four years. In a report it said, another 7,300 children were wounded. The report said, at least 7,000 girls and women have suffered sexual violence since 2009. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has urged … Continue reading Boko Haram killed 3,900 children for 4 years: UN

SC asks governments to prepare database of kids in orphanages

AMN The Supreme Court has passed a number of directions including setting up of a data base of children living in orphanages and child care institutions to ensure their safety and welfare. The court has directed the Centre, state governments and union territories to complete the registration of all child care institutions by year-end. It … Continue reading SC asks governments to prepare database of kids in orphanages

UP: 1 killed, several injured in Dalit, Rajput clashes

AMN One person was killed and 16 people, including a policeman, were injured in clashes between Dalits and Rajputs on Friday in Shabbirpur and Simlana villages in Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh.  Villages where the clashes happened, has been turned into a fortress. Around 20-25 youths of upper caste Thakur community from Shabbirpur village were on … Continue reading UP: 1 killed, several injured in Dalit, Rajput clashes

दक्षिणी दिल्ली में छात्राओं के स्कूल में गैस लीक 140 बेहोश

AMN दक्षिणी दिल्ली में छात्राओं के रानी झांसी स्कूल में शनिवार सुबह गैस लीक की घटना से 140 छात्र बेहोश हो गए। बच्चों को बेहोशी की हालत में अस्पतालों में भर्ती कराया गया है … अग्निशमन सेवा के एक अधिकारी ने बताया कि यह घटना तुगलकाबाद स्थित रानी झांसी सर्वोदय कन्या विद्यालय में हुई। गैस … Continue reading दक्षिणी दिल्ली में छात्राओं के स्कूल में गैस लीक 140 बेहोश

150 students admitted to hospital after gas leak in South Delhi

AMN Nearly 150 students were hospitalized after gas leakage near a school in South Delhi’s Tughlakabad this morning. Students of Government run Rani Jhansi Girls School have been taken to a nearby hospital for medical aid. Students complained of irritation in eyes and throat. “Some students complained of irritation in the eyes & throat due … Continue reading 150 students admitted to hospital after gas leak in South Delhi