Santan Sanstha activist arrested in Govind Pansare murder case

AMN / Special Investigation Team SIT of Kolhapur Police has arrested a suspect in the Govind Pansare murder case from Sangli today. The suspect, Samir Gaikwad a meber of Sanatan Sanstha was produced in the Kolhapur court and has been remanded to 7 day police custody. Giving the details in a press conference today Kolhapur, … Continue reading Santan Sanstha activist arrested in Govind Pansare murder case

Meat ban spreads to Rajasthan, J&K, Ahmedabad after Mumbai

The banning of meat and beef today spread with such directives being issued in Rajasthan, Jammu and Kashmir and Ahmedabad. Meanwhile, the Bombay High Court ruled that a prohibition on sale of meat is not feasible. The Rajasthan government ordered ban on sale of meat and fish on September 17th, 18th and 27th on account … Continue reading Meat ban spreads to Rajasthan, J&K, Ahmedabad after Mumbai

Health Minister directs hospitals not to turn away dengue patients

AMN / Union Health Minister J P Nadda has directed all hospitals under the central government that no patient suffering from fever or suspected to have dengue should be denied treatment. He directed that the number of beds, if needed, should be increased to accommodate all patients who are visiting the hospitals for treatment for … Continue reading Health Minister directs hospitals not to turn away dengue patients

Tamil Nadu seeks int’l probe into Sri Lanka war crimes

TIA News / Tamil Nadu Assembly today passed a resolution seeking international investigation into the alleged war crimes in Srilanka during its internal war. Chief Minister J.Jayalalithaa today introduced the resolution in the House in which she said, India should propose a strong resolution in the United Nations Human Rights Commission to ensure justice and … Continue reading Tamil Nadu seeks int’l probe into Sri Lanka war crimes

Congress, RJD, JDU seek ban on PM’s Mann Ki Baat

AMN / Congress, RJD and JDU leaders today urged the Election Commission to put a ban on Prime Minister’s Mann Ki Baat programme on AIR till Bihar polls are over. A delegation of these parties petitioned election commission for imidiate bon on this special radio programme. The delegation comprised Congress leaders Abhishek Manu Singhvi and … Continue reading Congress, RJD, JDU seek ban on PM’s Mann Ki Baat

Bihar polls: 75 different cases of violation of poll code registered

75 different cases were registered following violation of the Model Code of Conduct of the Election Commission in Bihar . Police have ceased about 12 lakhs rupees from the possession of a person in Patna during checking. The Election Commission has instructed concerned officials to monitor election expenditure.

TRAI gives 15 days time to address call drop issue

AMN / Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, TRAI has given 15 day time to Telecom companies to address the call drops problem. Talking to media persons in New Delhi, TRAI Chairman RS Sharma said he told telecom firms that after 15 days, the department will have another test drive in the city of Mumbai and … Continue reading TRAI gives 15 days time to address call drop issue

Delhi on Dengue Alert, 2000 confirmed case

AMN / With two more deaths due to dread Dengue, the Centre and Delhi Government have put hospital and muncipal staff on ful alert.A six year-old boy and a woman succumbing to the vector borne disease, raising the toll to 11 even as Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said his government was mulling bringing a … Continue reading Delhi on Dengue Alert, 2000 confirmed case

Bihar Polls: EC directs govt not to deploy state police at polling booths

The Election Commission has asked Bihar government not to deploy state police at polling booths in coming assembly election in the State. The Commission said only Central para-military forces will be deployed at booths during polls. The Director General of Police P.K. Thakur said the state police will be deployed only in patrolling and other … Continue reading Bihar Polls: EC directs govt not to deploy state police at polling booths

NGT slaps Rs 1.41 crore fine on Agra builders for polluting Yamuna

The National Green Tribunal has imposed a fine of Rs 1.41 crore upon three builders for directly discharging ​sewage into river Yamuna in Taj city Agra. Hearing a petition filed by environment activist DK Joshi, NGT Chairman, retired Justice Swatantar Kumar, imposed the fine on Manglam Estates, Rajshree estate and Pushpanjali estates. NGT also directed … Continue reading NGT slaps Rs 1.41 crore fine on Agra builders for polluting Yamuna