PM blames previous UPA govt for huge NPA in banks

Says it was bigger scam than 2G, CWG and Coal Allocation Our Correspondent / New Delhi Prime Minister Narendra Modi today hit out at previous UPA government on the issue of huge Non Performing Assets-NPAs in banks, he said, the previous UPA government forced banks to give huge loans to industrialists. Mr Modi alleged it … Continue reading PM blames previous UPA govt for huge NPA in banks

India beat Sri Lanka by 141 runs in 2nd ODI

  Onkar Singh/Mohali India today defeated Sri Lanka by 141 runs in the 2nd One Day International match at Mohali today to level the 3 match series 1-1. The Opener was won by Sri Lanka by 7 wickets. Chasing a victory target of 393 set by India today, Sri Lanka were all out at 251 … Continue reading India beat Sri Lanka by 141 runs in 2nd ODI

Dubai World Superseries Badminton Finals begin

The Dubai World Superseries badminton Finals began at the Sheikh Hamdan Indoor Stadium today. P.V.Sindhu and Kidmbi Srikanth are the two Indian shuttlers participating in the tournament as only top eight in Men’s and Women’s Singles earn the right to compete. Eight players in each category have been divided into two groups, with the first … Continue reading Dubai World Superseries Badminton Finals begin

Leaders pay tributes to martyrs of 2001 Parliament terror attacks

A Akhter  / NEW DELHI Leaders from various political parties today paid homage to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives while defending Parliament House from dastardly terror attack on this day in 2001. Vice President and Chairman Rajya Sabha M Venkaiah Naidu, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan, former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan … Continue reading Leaders pay tributes to martyrs of 2001 Parliament terror attacks

Govt to set up special courts to decide cases involving MPs, MLAs

AMN / NEW DELHI The Centre has told the Supreme Court that at least 12 special courts will be set up to decide cases involving politicians as accused. The Ministry of Law and Justice said this in an affidavit filed in pursuance of an order asking it to come up with a scheme for the … Continue reading Govt to set up special courts to decide cases involving MPs, MLAs

Multiple earthquakes hit Iran’s Kerman province

  Iran’s Kerman province was hit by multiple strong quakes last evening and early this morning, injuring at least 18 people and damaging some 20 houses. State media reported that the first quake of 5.9 magnitude struck a city with a population of around 8 lakh 20 thousand. The tremor, initially reported as a 6.2 … Continue reading Multiple earthquakes hit Iran’s Kerman province

Don’t miss Deadlines for 6 services to be linked with Aadhaar

AMN AS the deadlines Aadhaar linking are fast approaching and missing them may lead to termination or suspension of important services. With government announcing that the deadlines for linking or verifying Aadhaar with bank accounts, PAN and mobile operators “valid and lawful”, it becomes imperative to adhere to the Aadhaar linkage norms. The deadlines Aadhaar … Continue reading Don’t miss Deadlines for 6 services to be linked with Aadhaar

Americans perceive more corruption in Trump era: Survey

Americans believe US society has become markedly more corrupt in the year since President Donald Trump rose to power. According to Transparency International, a global corruption watchdog, nearly six in 10 say they believe corruption has increased in the last 12 months, up from about a third in January last year. In the latest survey, … Continue reading Americans perceive more corruption in Trump era: Survey

Senior Cong leader Chaudhary Prem Singh is dead

  AMN / New Delhi Senior Congress leader and former president of DPCC Chaudhary Prem Singh died here on Tuesday following a heart attack. Singh, also a former Delhi Legislative Assembly Speaker, was hospitalised four days ago after he complained of chest pain and breathlessness. According to Party leaders, his end came at 1040 hrs. … Continue reading Senior Cong leader Chaudhary Prem Singh is dead

Court grants bail to controversial meat exporter Moin Qureshi

AMN A Delhi Court Tuesday granted bail to controversial meat exporter Moin Qureshi in a money laundering case. Special judge Arun Bharadwaj gave him the relief on a personal bond of two lakh rupees and a surety of a like amount. The court had reserved its verdict on December 4, after the Enforcement Directorate opposed … Continue reading Court grants bail to controversial meat exporter Moin Qureshi