IOS celebrates silver jubilee

NEW DELHI: (AMN) Institute of Objective Studies (IOS), India’s most prominent Muslim NGO has completed 25 years its existence successfully. It is organizing several functions to celebrate its silver jubilee here.

Christian groups back away from activist

NEW DELHI: Christian activists and rights groups in Gujarat are distancing themselves from anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare,  saying today that his actions have political ramifications.

SC grants bail to Binayak Sen

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Friday granted bail to human rights activist Binayak Sen, Saying, court did not find him guilty of sedition.  Sen had been convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment by a Chhattisgarh trial court…

Baishakhi, Rongali Bihu being celebrated

The festivals of Baisakhi and Rongali Bihu are being celebrated today with gusto and traditional enthusiasm across the country.

Cash for Coverage

NEW DELHI: (AMN) Journalists covering a press conference of a Muslim organisation were for a rude shock last Tuesday when they found a cash voucher of Rs. 2000 in the folder handed over to them at the end of the meet. The press conference, was hosted at a five-star restaurant.

N-plants in India to get more safety

NEW DELHI: (AMN) After Japan nuclear catastrophe, Indian nuke experts have decided to provide additional safety features to all nuclear power plants in the country.

AG, CBI Director, to appear before PAC

NEW DELHI: (AMN) Attorney General Goolam Vahanvati, CBI Director A P Singh and Law Secretary D R Meena would  appear before Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee Friday

BRICS nation not to use dollar for trade

SANYA – CHINA:  (AMN) In major development BRICS nations comprising India, China, Russia, Brazil and South Africa have decided

Colleges to retain NRI quota

KOCHI: (AMN) In a major relief to private professional colleges, the Kerala High Court has allowed them to retain 15 percent NRI quota.

Heavy polling in TN, Kerala, Puducherry

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Assembly elections in Southern states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Union Territory of Puducherry saw a heavy turn of the voters on Wednesday.