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Taj Mahal is core of India’s tourism industry: Govt

A Akhter /New Delhi India’s minister for Tourism Alphonse Kannanthanam today put to rest all the controversy regarding to the alleged plan by Uttar Pradesh government’s to exclude Taj Mahal from its tourism plan, saying “Taj Mahal is the core of country’s tourism Industry.” He said that UP Tourism Minister has clarified the whole issue. … Continue reading Taj Mahal is core of India’s tourism industry: Govt

Govt asks Google, Fb, Whatsapp and others to remove Blue Whale links

AMN Government has directed internet majors – Google, Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram, Microsoft and Yahoo – to immediately remove the links of dangerous online game Blue Whale Challenge, which has led to suicide of children in India and other countries. Mumbai and West Midnapore district have reported deaths linked to this game. Ministry of Electronics and … Continue reading Govt asks Google, Fb, Whatsapp and others to remove Blue Whale links

Govt to reduce weight of school bags

AMN Appreciating the demands for reducing the weight of school bags, the government said it has taken several initiatives in this regard. Replying to supplementaries in the Rajya Sabha, Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar said Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan has taken up a number of steps to promote digital learning in its schools. He said … Continue reading Govt to reduce weight of school bags

Govt mulls jammers in schools to prevent porn websites

Blocked 3500 pornography websites: Centre tells SC Our Correspondent / NEW DELHI Government of India on Friday told the Supreme Court that it was exploring the option of installing jammers in school premises to block access to pornographic websites to students, it however ruled out the possibility of putting the machines in school buses as … Continue reading Govt mulls jammers in schools to prevent porn websites

Spring on Everest

This spring climbing season on Everest had its mix of triumphs and tragedies. But controversies and high drama on the summit has also brought to the limelight lax regulations and lack of oversight over expeditions being mounted says journalist- SANGAM PRASAIN Sixty years since it was first scaled by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay … Continue reading Spring on Everest

Maharashtra bans junk food, soft drinks in school canteens

AMN / The Maharashtra government has imposed a ban on the sale of junk food in school canteens across the state. A Government Resolution said, potato chips, noodles, carbonated soft drinks, pizzas, burgers, cakes, biscuits, buns, pastries, etc. cannot be sold. It gave a list of 20 items that can be sold, which include wheat … Continue reading Maharashtra bans junk food, soft drinks in school canteens

Control your anger or face ban on flying

Government proposes No Fly list with three levels of violations   Our Correspondent / New Delhi If you are planning an air travel, make your behaviour gentle, polite and gracious otherwise you might lose your flight. India’s Civil Aviation Ministry has come out with draft rules of no-fly list for unruly passengers travelling by domestic … Continue reading Control your anger or face ban on flying

Avoid ‘Blue Whale’, it is deadly game

           Two school girls Yulia Konstantinova (right), 15, and Veronika Volkova (left), 16, commited suicide                                 together. Picture: The Siberian Times AMN Police in different countries are warning parents about a ‘Blue Whale’, a social media game which … Continue reading Avoid ‘Blue Whale’, it is deadly game

No Restriction on Colour or Religiouis Dress for visiting Taj Mahal: Govt

Our Correspondent / New Delhi Government on Sunday clarified that there was no Restriction on Colour or Religiouis Design or Inscriptions on the Scarf or Dress of Visitors coming to See Taj Mahal. It said that Archaeological Survey of India has not put any restriction on colour or religious design or inscriptions on the scarf … Continue reading No Restriction on Colour or Religiouis Dress for visiting Taj Mahal: Govt

Gurudwara in Dubai organises unique feast, enters Guinness World Record

AMN The Gurudwara in Dubai today entered the Guinness Book of Records for hosting Breakfast for people of 101 nationalities on the auspicious occasion of Baisakhi, . Officially called “Breakfast for Diversity” , the occasion exemplified the spirit of charity, religious and cultural tolerance amongst people of various nationalities and faith. Making the announcement Ms … Continue reading Gurudwara in Dubai organises unique feast, enters Guinness World Record

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Football: Coach Matos short lists 29 players for preparatory camp

H S BEDI / New Delhi U-19 national team head coach Luis Norton de Matos, has summoned 29 probables for the ...

India tharshes Malaysia 6-2 in Asia Cup hockey tournament

India defeated Malaysia 6-2 in their second Super 4 stage match of the Asia Cup hockey tournament at Dhaka tod ...

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Mallya case: India gives fresh set of documents to UK

AMN India has given a fresh set of papers to the UK in the extradition case of businessman Vijay Mallya. Ex ...