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Navy chief visits NCC Republic Day camp

AMN Navy Chief Admiral Karambir Singh today visited the National Cadet Corps Republic Day Camp-2020 at Cariappa Parade Ground in New Delhi. Speaking on the occasion, Admiral Singh said, NCC is a premier youth organization which is engaged in grooming the youth and empowering them. He appreciated the contribution of NCC towards nation building and … Continue reading Navy chief visits NCC Republic Day camp

AMU VC regrets police action, assures safety, good atmosphere to students

Vice Chancellor reaches out to students sitting on Dharna Our Correspondent / Aligarh Finally good sense prevailed at the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) as Vice Chancellor, Professor Tariq Mansoor today met students and expressed ‘deep regrets’ over police action in the campus. He told them that the police entry into the campus was an aberration. … Continue reading AMU VC regrets police action, assures safety, good atmosphere to students

Harish Salve appointed as Queen’s Counsel for courts of England, Wales

WEB DESK Senior Advocate Harish Salve has been appointed as the Queen’s Counsel for the courts of England and Wales. This was announced by the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Justice Department. The title of Queen’s Counsel is usually awarded to lawyers possessing demonstrated skill and expertise in the conduct of advocacy. The appointment is done … Continue reading Harish Salve appointed as Queen’s Counsel for courts of England, Wales

Discontinue minting of two-rupee coins till old same-sized one-rupee coins disappear from circulation

By SUBHASH CHANDRA AGRAWAL Even though later-introduced smaller-sized coins in denominations of rupees one and two were introduced several years back, yet old one-rupee coins exactly in same size of later introduced two-rupee coins are still in circulation in large quantity. Fact is that old one-rupee coins outnumber later introduced smaller-sized one-rupee coins. But number … Continue reading Discontinue minting of two-rupee coins till old same-sized one-rupee coins disappear from circulation

Government’s New Education Policy Assailed

By Syed Ali Mujtaba The ‘New Education Policy’ that is currently vetted through the Fifty-five Page draft document by the Central government was critically analyzed at a book launch event, at Women Christian College in Chennai on January 9, 2020. The book ‘Educating India: A Response to Modi Government’s Education Policy’ edited by Social Activist … Continue reading Government’s New Education Policy Assailed

Govt must study abnormal discounts on on-line sale

Restrictions necessary on on-line sale to tackle economic recession By MADHU AGRAWAL Multi-page super-costly advertisements are usually seen in leading newspapers offering extra-ordinary heavy discounts on popular-branded electrical and electronics items. Even extra heavy discount is added if items are purchased through credit-cards issued by some specific banks. Discussion with dealers investing hugely for trade … Continue reading Govt must study abnormal discounts on on-line sale

Only branded medicines in Allopathic, Unani, Ayurvedic should be sold

The government should set production-units like IDPL By MADHU AGRAWAL It is quite usual that many times some medical-practitioners including in Unani, Ayurvedic and Homeopathic fields mix strong doses of steroids in unbranded medicines like powders and syrups in a bid to exhibit their self-acclaimed expertise in curing diseases. (I have my own bitter experience … Continue reading Only branded medicines in Allopathic, Unani, Ayurvedic should be sold

Jamia Librarian conferred with Best Librarian Award

WEB DESK University Librarian of Jamia Millia Islamia(JMI) Dr. Tariq Ashraf, has been conferred with the’ Best Librarian Award’ for the year 2019 by Management Libraries Network(MANLIBET), New Delhi. This award is considered as one of the most prestigious awards in library profession. The award has been given to Dr. Ashraf in recognition of his … Continue reading Jamia Librarian conferred with Best Librarian Award

NEET 2020 registration date extended till Jan 6

AMN The last date for submission of application form for NEET (UG) 2020 has been extended till 6th of January. National Testing Agency (NTA) has extended the date to enable the aspiring candidates who have not been able to apply in the online application form due to heavy rush in the website. However, the date … Continue reading NEET 2020 registration date extended till Jan 6

AMU to open in phased manner

ALIGARH The Aligarh Muslim University will be reopened in a phased manner after the winter vacation, as per past practice, according to the Controller of Examinations, Mr Mujib Ullah Zuberi. The detailed schedule to this effect, however, will be notified later, he added. The Winter Vacations of the university for the session 2019-20, which were … Continue reading AMU to open in phased manner

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SPORTS

Delhi Badminton League (DBL) from Jan 25 in Thyagraj Stadium

Harpal Singh Bedi/ New Delhi Delhi Badminton League (DBL), an initiative of RDG Global Sports to promote sp ...

With 256 medals, Maharashtra prove superiority at Khelo India Youth Games

HSB / Guwahati Maharashtra retained supremacy in the Khelo India Youth Games 2020 with a rich collection o ...

Khelo India Youth Games: MP’s Amit battles illness, top seed to claim badminton gold

HSB / Guwahati Madhya Pradesh’s Amit Rathore was up against not just the favourite or the No. 1 seed, whe ...

ART & CULTURE

Difference between World Hindi Day and Hindi Divas

WEB DESK There is some confusion over World Hindi Day and Hindi Divas. We must know the difference between ...

New Delhi World Book Fair-2020 begins

This Book Fair is Asia’s biggest book fair and I am hopeful that this fair would soon become the world’s b ...

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MARQUEE

IRCTC to operate Golden Chariot luxury train from March 2020

AMN The Indian Railway Catering And Tourism Corporation, IRCTC, will operate and manage luxury train, Golden ...

Qutub Minar glitters amid LED illumination

  QUTUB MINAR Staff Reporter / New Delhi The historic Qutb Minar came alive ...

CINEMA /TV/ ART

FILMI TIDBITS-2; ‘Chhapaak’, a story of acid attack survivors

ENTERTAINMENT DESK Deepika Padukone’s ‘Chhapaak’; a story of acid attack survivors Deepika Pad ...

FILMI TIDBITS -Salman was thrown out of school in 4th grade

Salman Khan was thrown out of school in 4th grade Salman Khan by his own admission was “very difficult” ...

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