ARJAN SINGH: END OF A GLORIOUS ERA

THE MARSHAL OF THE INDIAN AIR FORCE ARJAN SINGH     The Marshal of the Indian Air Force Arjan Singh breathed his last today (Sep 16) at he Army Hospital (R&R), New Delhi. He was 98. He was admitted to the hospital following a cardiac arrest. Marshal of the Indian Air Force Arjan Singh, DFC … Continue reading ARJAN SINGH: END OF A GLORIOUS ERA

Major Fire engulfs famous RK studio in Mumbai

  A major fire engulfed  a sets of dance reality TV show “Super Dancer Season 2” at the iconic RK Studio in Mumbai’s Chembur area Saturday evening . At least six fire engines and five water tankers were rushed to battle the blaze that has gutted one of the main shooting venues of the studio, … Continue reading Major Fire engulfs famous RK studio in Mumbai

Marshall of Indian Air Force Arjan Singh is no more

OUR CORRESPONDENT /NEW DELHI Marshall of the Indian Air Force Arjan Singh died today. He passed away in Delhi at the the Army Research and Referral hospital. Minister of State for External Affairs,Govt. of India informed about the death in latest tweet. Earlier there was a controversy over his death. Vijay Kumar Singh‏Verified account @Gen_VKSingh  20m20 minutes ago … Continue reading Marshall of Indian Air Force Arjan Singh is no more

India hits back at OIC for raking up Kashmir issue at UN

AMN India has hit back at the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, OIC, for raking up the Kashmir issue at the UN, saying the grouping has no ‘locus standi’, the right or capacity, to comment on New Delhi’s internal affairs. In a strong reaction to a statement made by Pakistan on behalf of the OIC at … Continue reading India hits back at OIC for raking up Kashmir issue at UN

CBSE blames Ryan management for major safety lapses

AMN / New Delhi From allowing staff to use the boys’ toilet to non-functional CCTV cameras, the two-member fact finding committee set up by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on the Ryan International School killing, has pointed out major safety lapses on the part of the school administration. The grisly murder of the … Continue reading CBSE blames Ryan management for major safety lapses

BJP Govt crosses all proportions by hounding Chidambaram, his son: Congress

AMN / New Delhi Charging the PM Modi le BJP regime with its “persecution and vendetta” politics against opposition leaders like P Chidambaram and their families, the Congress party today maintained that the people of this country would not be “fooled by such diversionary tactics” from the government’s failure vis-a-vis demonetisation and “repressive taxes”. “People … Continue reading BJP Govt crosses all proportions by hounding Chidambaram, his son: Congress

Cong reacts sharply to Venkaiah’s ‘dynasty is nasty’ remark

AMN / New Delhi The Congress today reacted sharply to Vice President Venkaiah Naidu’s comment that ‘’dynasty in a democracy is nasty’’, saying he might be reflecting on the situation prevailing in the BJP itself because of the hold of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party president Amit Shah. “Kahin pe negahen, Kahin pe Nishana,’’(Your … Continue reading Cong reacts sharply to Venkaiah’s ‘dynasty is nasty’ remark

Antrix-Devas: Ex-ISRO chief Madhavan Nair summoned as accused

  A special Delhi court today summoned former ISRO chairman G Madhavan Nair and others as accused in the Antrix-Devas deal case. The court directed Nair and three senior former officials, A Bhaskar Narayana Rao and K R Sridhar Murthy, Veena S Rao to appear before it on December 23. The court passed the directions … Continue reading Antrix-Devas: Ex-ISRO chief Madhavan Nair summoned as accused

Bengal Govt Develops Muslin Tourism Circuit

AMN / Kolkata Malmal or Muslin weavers of Bengal, who were on the brink of extinction, have got a new lease of life as Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has taken a new initiative to promote their traditional skill. To boost the sale and marketing of this lush cotton fabric, the government is developing a Muslin … Continue reading Bengal Govt Develops Muslin Tourism Circuit

I had no setting so I failed to get coach’s Job: Virender Sehwag

Harpal Singh Bedi / New Delhi Two days before the start of the India-Australia series, former opener Virender Sehwag Friday  claimed that lack of patronage cost him the job of National team’s chief coach and ruled out the possibility of his seeking the job again. He was of the view that he hardly hobnobbed with … Continue reading I had no setting so I failed to get coach’s Job: Virender Sehwag