Ireland PM rings in New year in Goa

Ireland PM rings in New year in Goa

Panaji: Ireland Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, who has his roots in India, is in Sunny Goa to bring in the New Year. Lest Auld Acquaintance be forgot… Leo is rounding off a visit to India with a 31st December night in coastal Goa. Varadkar, who is currently on a private visit to India, would arrive […]

Porting your Number: Read the New rules

Porting your Number: Read the New rules

Mobile Number Portability TRAI new rules: The mobile number portability (MNP) process will be faster than before, thanks to a new set of guidelines issued by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of Indian (TRAI) recently.  TRAI has said that the MNP process will be completed within up to five working days under the new rules and […]

Shivaji was secular, not Anti-Muslim

Shivaji was secular, not Anti-Muslim

I wonder what is not clear about the CAB (Citizenship Amendment Bill) that makes it so confusing for you. The CAB in its current form discriminates against the Muslims from the word GO. A refugee is a refugee, who is seeking a better life in our country because of persecution in his own. How does […]

No more Anglo-Indian MLAs and MPs?

No more Anglo-Indian MLAs and MPs?

Glen Galstaun is set to go down in history as the last Anglo-Indian MLA of Jharkhand. 24 days from now, we will not have an Anglo-Indian MLA. George Baker and Richard Hay represented the community in Parliament during 2014-2019. Quietly, the Modi Government has removed legislative representation of one of India’s vibrant micro-minorities. On Wednesday, […]

HC refuses to direct AAP Government in JNU sedition case

HC refuses to direct AAP Government in JNU sedition case

The Delhi High Court foiled a BJP MLA’s attempt at mischief mongering with reference to the so-called JNU sedition case, it seems. The Delhi High Court recently (December 4) refused to direct the AAP government to grant sanction for prosecution of former JNU students’ union president Kanhaiya Kumar in a sedition case. A bench of […]

Manipur sacks 82 officers

Manipur sacks 82 officers

They were appointed two years ago, but after a Supreme Court verdict, some 82 government employees are jobless. The Manipur government has terminated services of its 82 officers after a court order on pleas alleging irregularities in the state civil services examination conducted in 2016, according to an official order. Their appointment letters issued on […]

Patna Diocese Celebrates tolerance, diversity on 100th Birthday

Patna Diocese Celebrates tolerance, diversity on 100th Birthday

Catholics across India , be they clergy, religious or laity, give witness to the Lord Jesus by leading lives of compassion, service and peace. When non-Catholic brothers and sisters who observe their lives and worship wish to lead similar lives, they are free to do so, said Most reverend Leo Cornello, Archbishop of Bhopal in […]

Chicken Soup is Healing Potion, says new research

Chicken Soup is  Healing Potion, says new research

Chicken soup for the soul isn’t just an expression.  Chicken broth is actually a healing potion! Soups: vegetable or meaty, may actually play a role in helping your immune system battle an ongoing illness. Chicken soup really could boost the health, according to a new study showing traditional broths may combat malaria, says a report […]

Best-seller! Rice for Plastic in Telengana!

Best-seller! Rice for Plastic in Telengana!

You want to get rid of single use plastic? Why not give away one kilogram of good quality rice for a kilo of empty plastic bottles? Other districts across India could learn from this innovative District Collector! It began with a  school challenge in early October,  now a district in Telengana has collected nearly fifty […]

Where’s the RO ban? : Green Tribunal

Where’s the RO ban? : Green Tribunal

Did you know that RO purifiers (water purifiers) are supposed to have been banned in some states in India? And that some people within the government machinery are trying to delay this? And that none of the mainstream Tv channels have made a noise about it? The National Green Tribunal has gone blue in the […]