PM Modi stresses on sharing information among states

AMN / TEKANPUR Prime Minister Narendra Modi has stressed on information sharing and greater openness among states to help make everyone more secure. Addressing the valedictory session of three-day Director Generals and Inspector Generals of Police Conference at Tekanpur in Madhya Pradesh, the Prime Minister said, security cannot be achieved selectively or alone. He said … Continue reading PM Modi stresses on sharing information among states

Congress has capacity to defeat BJP in 2019: Rahul

  MANAMA (BAHRAIN) Claiming that the Congress gave a tough fight to the BJP in Gujarat by questioning it on every front, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Monday said his party has capacity to defeat BJP in 2019 Lok Sabha polls. ‘Congress party is fighting on the road. Gujarat is the hub of the BJP. … Continue reading Congress has capacity to defeat BJP in 2019: Rahul

AADHAAR report: Govt committed to freedom of press, says Law Minister

AMN / NEW DELHI Amid growing criticism over action by authorities over a newspaper report on Aadhaar data breach, Law and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has said the Government is committed to the freedom of the Press. The Minister added, the FIR has been filed against unknown entities. In a tweet, Mr Prasad … Continue reading AADHAAR report: Govt committed to freedom of press, says Law Minister

Cape Town Test: South Africa resume 2nd innings

In the Cape Town Cricket Test, after the third day was washed out yesterday, South Africa is likely to resume their second innings at the overnight score of 65 for 2 against India today. The weather is predicted to be partly cloudy throughout the day. South Africa currently has a lead of 142 runs over … Continue reading Cape Town Test: South Africa resume 2nd innings

1st Test: South Africa beat India by 72 runs to take 1-0 lead

1st Test: South Africa beat India by 72 runs to take 1-0 lead South Africa have won the Cape Town Cricket Test against India by 72 runs. Chasing a victory target of 208 runs on day four of the series opener, India were all out for 135 runs in their second innings. Barring the eighth … Continue reading 1st Test: South Africa beat India by 72 runs to take 1-0 lead

Neel Joshi falters in British Junior Open Squash final

AMN In Squash, India’s Neel Joshi lost to local favourite Samuel Todd of England in the final of British Junior Open squash in Birmingham. The top seed defeated Neel 8-11, 16-14, 11-0, 14-12 in the title-clash of the boys’ under-15 section. Earlier, another hopeful Tushar Shahani went down to top seed Egypt’s Omar El Torkey … Continue reading Neel Joshi falters in British Junior Open Squash final

Nobody can stop legal business of beef: Goa CM

Beef shortage continues in State; Situation likely to persist for few more days AMN / Panaji Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar on Sunday said that no body could stop legal business of beef. Speaking to media persons on the sidelines of a function near the city, he said no body could stop legal beef trade … Continue reading Nobody can stop legal business of beef: Goa CM

11 killed in UP road accident

  Ferozabad At least 11 people, including two infants were killed in a major road accident in the district on Sunday. District Magistrate Neha Sharma and Superintendent of Police Dr Manoj Kumar said the accident occurred when a loaded truck overturned on a tempo and a car near Sauthra roundabout on National Highway two. Two … Continue reading 11 killed in UP road accident

Growth likely to be higher than CSO estimate: Agriculture ministry

  AMN / NEW DELHI Agriculture Ministry has said the country’s agriculture sector is expected to grow higher than projected 2.1 per cent growth by the Central Statistical Office for the current fiscal, following better rabi crop prospects. Last week, CSO had said that agriculture, forestry and fishing is likely to slow a growth of … Continue reading Growth likely to be higher than CSO estimate: Agriculture ministry

Syria: Explosion kill 23 in Idlib

WEB DESK In Syria, an explosion at a militants’ base in northwestern Idlib city has killed 23 persons including seven civilians. Extremist groups fighting in Syria count thousands of Asians among their ranks, including many from central Asian states and members of the Muslim Uighur ethnic minority of China’s Xinjiang province. Syrian Observatory for Human … Continue reading Syria: Explosion kill 23 in Idlib