Braving all odds, TG stands for elections

Braving all odds, TG stands for elections

Gender has nothing to do with ability but the stereotypical thought process of the Indian society has always discriminated on gender and when it comes on transgender the condition is worst. People think that transgender cannot do anything. We are citizens of India and voting is our right and that is the importance of elections […]

Changing Good Friday holiday challenged in Supreme Court

Changing Good Friday holiday challenged in Supreme Court

Catholics have challenged in Supreme Court the decision of two federally ruled territories to cancel traditional Good Friday holiday, making it restricted holiday. The administrations in the western Indian territories of Dadra and Nagar Haveli, and Daman and Diu have moved Good Friday from the list of public holidays to restricted holidays when staff have […]

Plea to restrict fake news refused by SC

Plea to restrict fake news refused by SC

Fake news going around on different social media has always caused misunderstanding, pain, riots and social disruption thus putting people’s lives in danger. To curb this menace of fake news on social sites a plea was filed by advocate Anuja Kapoor, saying there should be accountability, liability and responsibility of the authorities and departments concerned […]

No result prediction during poll process- EC

No result prediction during poll process- EC

To ensure the conduct of free and fair elections, the Election Commission on Monday issued an advisory to the media that dissemination of poll result predictions in any manner, including by political analysts, astrologers or tarot card readers, during the ban period on exit polls, is prohibited and amounts to violation of Section 126A of […]

25 Crore fine for failing to curb air pollution-Delhi

25 Crore fine for failing to curb air pollution-Delhi

Air pollution minimizes people’s lives; it is not just an economics issue but a moral one too. It causes pain, suffering and vicious disease in individual. Nations capital Delhi is also top ranked in air pollution. The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has imposed 25 crore fine on the government civic bodies for failing to curb […]

India’s overall growth driven by domestic demand

India’s overall growth driven by domestic demand

India should export 30 percent of its GDP, but presently it is only 10 percent, says World Bank Chief Economist Hans Timmer. India’s economic growth in recent years has been “too much” driven by domestic demand and its exports were about one third of its potential, a World Bank official said, asserting that the next […]

Gawahati Railway station becomes the First ISO certified railway station in India

Gawahati Railway station becomes the First ISO certified railway station in India

The Guwahati Railway Station became the first ever railway station in Indian Railways to get ISO certification from National Green Tribunal (NGT) for “providing passenger amenities in a clean and green environment.” The CPRO Pranav Jyoti Sharma  of North eastern Frontier Railway said that it has become the first station of Indian railways to achieve this feat […]

Last electrified village Leisang still in the dark

Last electrified village Leisang still in the dark

As our country is in election mode, political leaders are leaving no stone unturned to win the election, their promises are big and high but they rarely address the issues that actually affect millions of people. A small village Leisang in the north-eastern state of Manipur made global news last year when it became the […]

UGC puts ban on these courses in distance education

UGC puts ban on these courses in distance education

Engineering, medicine, dental, pharmacy, nursing, architecture, physiotherapy and agriculture have been banned in distance mode. The University Grants Commission (UGC) has prohibited the universities from carrying a list of courses in distance mode. In the latest circular, the commission has asked higher education institutes not to grant degrees in ‘professional’ courses under distance or open […]

Chandrayaan-2 to take NASA Science instrument to Moon

Chandrayaan-2 to take NASA Science instrument to Moon

India’s second moon mission Chandrayaan-2 scheduled for launch in April, would be carrying a NASA science probe. During the lunar and planetary Science Conference held at Texas, US last week, NASA confirmed that Chandrayaan 2 will carry NASA- owned laser retroreflector arrays that will allow scientists to make precise measurements of the distance to the […]

Special Olympians make India Proud

Special Olympians make India Proud

Wake up India, cricket isn’t the whole world. Stand up and give a resounding cheer for some of our less noticed international heroes! India returned with 368 medals, including 85 gold, at the Special Olympics World Summer Games which was held at Abu Dhabi, UAE from March 14 to 21. The Indian team of 284 […]

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