WOMEN

Indian Women will soar high like ‘Shaheen’

Shaheen Bagh women have coined a new model of peaceful resistance By Asad Mirza Shaheen is a Persian origin word in Urdu, referring specifically to the Barbary falcon In Persian, Shaheen literally means ‘majestic’ or ‘like a king’. It also symbolises speed, superiority, determination, loyalty, strength, wisdom, freedom, focus, ambition and aspiration. It also symbolises … Continue reading Indian Women will soar high like ‘Shaheen’

Women Science Congress begins in Bengaluru

AMN / Bengaluru The Women Science Congress was inaugurated at the ongoing Indian Science Congress here today. DRDO Aeronautical Systems Director General Dr.Tessy Thomas who is known as Missile Woman of India graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. Recalling the contribution of women in different spheres, she said, the status of women in the … Continue reading Women Science Congress begins in Bengaluru

WCD Ministry Invites Applications for Nari Shakti Puraskar 2019

AMN / NEW DELHI Ministry of Women and Child Development has invited applications for Nari Shakti Puraskar for the year 2019. The National Award is given annually to individuals, groups, institutions in recognition of their exceptional work towards the cause of women empowerment, especially for vulnerable and marginalized women. Nearly 40 Nari Shakti Puraskar will … Continue reading WCD Ministry Invites Applications for Nari Shakti Puraskar 2019

Shivangi becomes first lady to gets her wings in Indian Navy

WEB DESK In another Pioneering step Indian Navy today welcomed Sub Lieutenant Shivangi, their first woman pilot taking control of an aircraft. Just days ahead of the Indian Navy Day, Shivangi, 24, was given her wings along with her fellow pilots who earned their wings and joined the naval operations at a ceremony. The lady … Continue reading Shivangi becomes first lady to gets her wings in Indian Navy

Shivangi from Bihar to be first woman pilot of Indian Navy

Andalib Akhter / New Delhi Indian Navy has always been ahead in creating history. It has done it once again with the selection of first woman pilot in India’s marine defense. Sub Lieutenant Shivangi from Muzaffarpur in Bihar will be getting into the naval cockpit in the first week of coming December. This will make … Continue reading Shivangi from Bihar to be first woman pilot of Indian Navy

India to establish Human Milk Bank

Staff Reporter / New Delhi Government of India has decided to start off human milk bank to increase the access of breast milk to the infants. India has taken inspiration from Brazil’s success in the field of human milk bank decided to adopt a similar model in creating a wide network of human milk banks. … Continue reading India to establish Human Milk Bank

Rajnath Singh okays girls’ admission in Sainik Schools

Our Correspondent / New Delhi With the aim of gender equality and enabling greater participation of women in Armed Forces, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh has approved a proposal for admission of girl children in Sainik Schools from academic session 2021-22 in a phased manner. The decision has been taken following the success of the pilot … Continue reading Rajnath Singh okays girls’ admission in Sainik Schools

PM urges people to highlight achievements of daughters

AMN In ‘Mann Ki Baat’ address on All India Radio, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged people to highlight the achievements of their daughters by using hashtag #BHARAT KI LAXMI on social media on the lines of “Selfie with daughter”, which spread globally. He said daughters are regarded as Laxmi in Indian culture and asked people … Continue reading PM urges people to highlight achievements of daughters

Google celebrates 100th birthday of Amrita Pritam

WEB DESK Google today celebrates the 100th birthday of great women writer of south Asia Amrita Pritam. Considered as a progressive and path-breaking woman, Amrita rose to fame with her literary works like Pinjar, Suneray and Nagmani. Amrita Pritam is considered the first eminent female Punjabi writer, novelist and poet of the 20th century. Her … Continue reading Google celebrates 100th birthday of Amrita Pritam

NCW asks UP police to ensure fair probe in Unnao rape case

AGENCIES / NEW DELHI National Commission for Women, NCW has asked the Uttar Pradesh police to ensure a free, fair and speedy probe in Unnao rape case. A day after the Unnao rape survivor was critically injured in an accident, NCW said, a team of the Commission will meet the victim and her family members. … Continue reading NCW asks UP police to ensure fair probe in Unnao rape case

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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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