Muslim body warns against Myanmar-like situation in Assam

A AKHTER / New Delhi A prominent body of Muslim in the country, Jamiat Ulama-E-Hind led by Maulana Arshad Madani has warned that any attempt to sabotage the ongoing updation of National Register of Citizens in the north eastern state of Assam will create a situation like Myanmar. It alleged that efforts were being made … Continue reading Muslim body warns against Myanmar-like situation in Assam

Northeast to get India’s first ever ‘Air Dispensary’

AMN Northeast is all set to get India’s first-ever “Air Dispensary” based in a helicopter and the Union Ministry of Development of Northeast (DONER) has already contributed Rs. 25 crore as part of the initial funding for this initiative. Disclosing this here yesterday after a meeting with the representatives of Aviation Sector and helicopter service/Pawan … Continue reading Northeast to get India’s first ever ‘Air Dispensary’

Crude oil price of Indian Basket was $ 62.66/bbl on Nov 10

The international crude oil price of Indian Basket as computed/published today by Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell (PPAC) under the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas was US$ 62.66 per barrel (bbl) on 10.11.2017. This was higher than the price of US$ 62.40 per bbl on previous publishing day of 09.11.2017. In rupee terms, the … Continue reading Crude oil price of Indian Basket was $ 62.66/bbl on Nov 10

Govt committed to arrest culprits in Gauri Lankesh murder: Karnataka CM

Belagavi Terming the murder of Journalist-activist Gauri Lankesh as a cruel act, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah today said his government was committed to arrest the perpetrators of crime and ensure punishment to them. Speaking on the condolence motion moved by Legislative Assembly Speaker K B Koliwad on the opening day of the session here, he … Continue reading Govt committed to arrest culprits in Gauri Lankesh murder: Karnataka CM

‘Seene mein jalan … kyon hai’; Rahul attacks Del Govt, Centre on pollution

New Delhi Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Monday took a swipe at the Delhi Government and the Centre for their inaction to tackle rising air pollution in the National Capital. Taking to twitter, Rahul, quoting a famous couplet ‘seene mein jalan, Aankhon mein toofan sa kyun hai, is shehar mein har shaks pareshan sa … Continue reading ‘Seene mein jalan … kyon hai’; Rahul attacks Del Govt, Centre on pollution

Air quality in Delhi continues to remain in severe zone

AMN / NEW DELHI The air quality in Delhi continues to remain in the severe zone on Monday. People complained of burning sensation in their eyes and heaviness in breathing, reflecting the severity of the pollution. Meanwhile, all government and private schools in Gurugram will remain closed today in view of the alarming air pollution … Continue reading Air quality in Delhi continues to remain in severe zone

Delhi Govt urges NGT to exempt women from Odd-Even scheme

  New Delhi The Aam Aadmi Party Government on Monday filed a review petition before the National Green Tribunal (NGT), requesting it to reconsider its objection to exclusion of women and two-wheelers in the Odd-Even scheme, following which the Government had cancelled its roll-out. The matter is likely to be heard by the Tribunal on … Continue reading Delhi Govt urges NGT to exempt women from Odd-Even scheme

2 Assam Rifles jawans killed, Six injured in Manipur blast

Two Assam Rifles jawans were killed and six injured in a blast at Chandel town of Manipur this morning. Police said, The jawans were patrolling the Maha Mani village of Chandel Town, about 64 km from the state capital Imphal when an improvised explosive device exploded. One jawan died on the spot, while seven others … Continue reading 2 Assam Rifles jawans killed, Six injured in Manipur blast

Rajasthan: Doctors strike called off after talks with govt

AMN /JAIPUR Doctors in rajasthan have called off their week-long strike following exhaustive eight-hour long talks with health minister Kali Charan Saraf and top officials of government on last night. More than nine thousand in-service doctors will resume their duties today. The resident doctors also met government and said that the government agreed on most … Continue reading Rajasthan: Doctors strike called off after talks with govt

Judicial remand of senior journalist Vinod Verma extended till Nov 27

AMN Raipur court has extended the judicial remand of senior journalist Vinod Verma, who is now in jail after his arrest in connection with a sleaze CD case allegedly involving a minister of Chhattisgarh. Verma was produced in the court today, which extended his judicial remand till November 27. Earlier, the Judicial Magistrate First class … Continue reading Judicial remand of senior journalist Vinod Verma extended till Nov 27