Fire at Lucknow Trauma Centre; All are safe

AMN / LUCKNOW   A massive fire broke out at the trauma centre of the King George’s Medical College here. No casualties have been reported yet, more than 150 critically ill and injured patients have been shifted to alternative places. According to police the fire broke out on the second floor housing the disaster management … Continue reading Fire at Lucknow Trauma Centre; All are safe

‘All parties back India’s approach to stand off with China’

AMN All political parties have expressed strong support for India’s approach in the current stand off with China and also underlined the need for national unity. External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Gopal Baglay said this after senior members of the Narendra Modi Cabinet briefed the political parties on the developments related to China and Kashmir at … Continue reading ‘All parties back India’s approach to stand off with China’

Kharif Crop sowing crosses 563 lakh hectare area

Kharif crops have been sown in over 563 lakh hectare till date as against 521 lakh hectare last year. It is nearly 42 lakh hectare more than last year figure. Crop sowing data released by the Agriculture Ministry, reveals that the rice has been sown in over 125 lakh hectare which is about five lakh … Continue reading Kharif Crop sowing crosses 563 lakh hectare area

Assam flood: Govt stepped up medical relief measures

AMN In flood-hit Assam, as the situation is gradually improving, the Assam government has stepped up medical relief measures. Official in Guwahati said that, people have been asked to call helpline numbers 1077 and 104 for any medical assistance. At least one Health worker and a nurse have been deployed at each flood relief camp. … Continue reading Assam flood: Govt stepped up medical relief measures

Gauhati High Court stays Nagaland floor test till Monday

The Gauhati High Court has stayed till Monday Nagaland Governor PB Acharya’s directive to Chief Minister Shurhozelie Liezietsu to seek a trust vote in the Assembly by today. The Kohima bench of the High Court yesterday stayed the Governor’s order on a plea by Mr Liezietsu and posted the matter for further hearing on Monday. … Continue reading Gauhati High Court stays Nagaland floor test till Monday

8 Hemkund Sahib pilgrims feared dead

AMN / At least eight Hemkund Sahib pilgrims from Amritsar, reported missing since last week, are feared dead. According to Chamoli disrict police, while conducting the rescue operation near the Alaknanda river, they found broken light of a car and two turbans, apparently belonging to the pilgrims. The families of the pilgrims have identified the … Continue reading 8 Hemkund Sahib pilgrims feared dead

Tejaswi Prasad Yadav will not resign: Lalu Prasad

AMN / PATNA RJD Chief Lalu Prasad Yadav has said he will not come forward first to destabilise grand alliance government in Bihar. After a three-hour meeting with party leader yesterday evening Mr Yadav said he has no differences with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. He reiterated that Deputy Chief Minister Tejaswi Prasad Yadav will not … Continue reading Tejaswi Prasad Yadav will not resign: Lalu Prasad

Afghan IS head Abu Sayed killed in US raid

WEB DESK US Officials said, the head of terror group Islamic State in Afghanistan, Abu Sayed, has been killed in a raid on the group’s headquarters in the eastern province of Kunar. Pentagon said, the raid on the 11th of this month also resulted in the deaths of other IS members. The statement said the … Continue reading Afghan IS head Abu Sayed killed in US raid

Mehbooba Mufti discusses situation in J&K with HM Rajnath Singh

AMN Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has said, terrorists and outside forces, trying to vitiate the atmosphere, are responsible for the ongoing situation in the state. Talking to media persons after meeting with Home Minister Rajnath Singh in New Delhi today, Ms Mufti said, now China has also started interfering in the state. … Continue reading Mehbooba Mufti discusses situation in J&K with HM Rajnath Singh

London acid attack: 2 teenagers arrested after series of assaults

WEB DESK Several people were injured in a series of “barbaric” acid attacks by moped riders in east London. The Metropolitan Police said the 90-minute spree of five attacks began last night. Two men on a moped carried out the attacks in Hackney, Stoke Newington and Islington area of London city in incidents. Officers said … Continue reading London acid attack: 2 teenagers arrested after series of assaults