Haryana to purchase 600 new buses

Haryana Government has decided to purchase 600 new buses there-by increasing their number in the fleet of Haryana Roadways to 4600. Giving this information, Transport Minister, Mr. Ram Bilas Sharma said that 76 water coolers and 119 Reverse Osmosis (RO) systems will also stalled at various depots of Haryana Roadways in the state to facilitate … Continue reading Haryana to purchase 600 new buses

Delhi Police issues traffic advisory ahead of Yoga Day

The Delhi police has issued a traffic advisory detailing diversion of vehicular movement on Rajpath and other roads leading to it, in view of the International Yoga Day demonstration on June 21. Vijay Singh, DCP of New Delhi district police said, entry of vehicles will not be allowed on Rajpath from Rajpath-Rafi Marg crossing upto … Continue reading Delhi Police issues traffic advisory ahead of Yoga Day

2000-bed Super Speciality Hospital to come up in Haryana

A 2000-bed Super Speciality Hospital, Medical College and a Nursing College would be set up in Faridabad by Mata Amritanandmayi Math-Kollam, Kerala. Stating this at Chandigarh a government spokesman said that the colleges and hospital would be set up on an area of 76.345 acres.He said the proposed Super Specialty Hospital and Medical College will … Continue reading 2000-bed Super Speciality Hospital to come up in Haryana

Centre, UP govts fail on all fronts: Mayawati

Our Correspondent Bahujan Samaj Party Chief Mayawati has alleged that both the BJP government at the Centre and the samajwadi party government in Uttar pradesh government have failed on all fronts. Talking to media persons in Lucknow today former U.P chief Minister Mayawati said that Modi government has failed to fulfill its promises even after … Continue reading Centre, UP govts fail on all fronts: Mayawati

Sushma Swaraj admits helping Lalit Modi on humanitarian grounds AMN

  AMN —   External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today admitted that she wrote to senior Labour MP Keith Vaz to expedite the travel documents of ex-BCCI vice president and former Indian Premier League chairman Lalit Modi. Responding to the report in The Sunday Times, Ms Sushma Swaraj said that sometime in July 2014 she … Continue reading Sushma Swaraj admits helping Lalit Modi on humanitarian grounds AMN

Kozhikode Airport clash: Kerala Police arrests 4 CISF personnel

AMN Kerala Police today arrested four CISF personnel in connection with destruction of property during the June 10th clash at Karipur airport. The clash took place between CISF personnel and Airports Authority of India officials, leading to the death of a jawan. Kondotty Circle Inspector B Santosh, the Investigating Officer in the case, said the … Continue reading Kozhikode Airport clash: Kerala Police arrests 4 CISF personnel

Flood situation be grim in Assam

AMN More than 600 villages in 15 districts have been submerged in the current surge of water, affecting over 3 lakh people in Assam, over. Road connectivity has been snapped at several places, with around 11,000 hectares of crop land under water. Chief Executive Officer of the State Disaster Management Authority PK Tiwari said necessary … Continue reading Flood situation be grim in Assam

One-rank-one-pension: Ex-servicemen begins agitation in New Delhi

AMN  — Ex-servicemen from across the country today began agitation demanding implementation of one-rank-one-pension, OROP scheme. Hundreds of ex-servicemen are gathering at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi to press for their demands. The agitation will be followed by a relay hunger strike tomorrow. Indian Ex-Servicemen Movement, an umbrella organization of retired military personnel, earlier this … Continue reading One-rank-one-pension: Ex-servicemen begins agitation in New Delhi

India’a nuclear capabilities for peaceful purposes only: Minister

Our Correspondent Minister of State for Department of Atomic Energy, Dr Jitendra Singh today said that India had one of the best nuclear capabilities of the world and the country was committed to use its nuclear capabilities for peaceful purposes. Briefing media in New Delhi on the completion of one year of NDA government, Dr … Continue reading India’a nuclear capabilities for peaceful purposes only: Minister

5 died due to leakage of Ammonia gas in Punjab

Five people have killed near Ludhiana late Friday night due to leakage of Ammonia gas from a gas tanker on the Delhi-Ludhiana highway. More than 150 have been admitted to various hospitals at Khanna, Doraha and Ludhiana after they reported uneasiness in breathing and fainted. Ludhiana Rural Police Chief Gurpreet Singh told AIR that the … Continue reading 5 died due to leakage of Ammonia gas in Punjab