Centre to release report card of 'smart cities' in June
According to the Union Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry, it will help cities in better planning and moving towards data-driven governance that will eventually improve their liveability. Smart Cities Mission Director Kunal Kumar said that in June the ministry will come out with ranking of smart cities in Ease of living index, performance of municipalities and climate.
Blackhawk Network sets up development centre in India
The centre currently has a 200-seater facility which it will fill over the course of th...
SC issues notice to the Centre over NPR
SC issues notice to the Centre over NPR. Also, there won’t be any stay on the NPR as of now.TIMES NOW...
View: The citizenship law reopens an old chapter in the uneasy Centre-state ties
As many as 12 states and two UTs are now ruled by parties that do'not agree with the BJP on several issues.
AAI and AAOCLAS to open perishable cargo centre in Guwahati airport
The team was led by Sanjeev Jindal, Regional Executive Director, AAI; Ramesh Kumar,Airport Director, LGBI Airport.
Centre transferred Koregaon-Bhima probe to NIA without state's consent: Deshmukh
Deshmukh tweeted on Friday evening that the Centre took this decision after the new Shiv Sena-NCP-Congress government in Maharashtra decided to "go to the root of the matter...I condemn this decision. This is against the Constitution," the minister, who belongs to the NCP, added.
Centre peddling lies on CAA, NPR, NRC: Chandrashekhar Azad
Azad, addressing a rally in this north Bihar town, called upon the people to carry on "sustained and peaceful protests", urging them to draw inspiration from the agitation by women at Delhi's Shaheen Bagh. "I want to tell people across the country that they are not alone in their fight. The Bhim Army is by their side," he said.
Transfer of Koregaon-Bhima case to NIA is appropriate: Devendra Fadnavis
Former Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Saturday welcomed the Centre's decision to hand over the Koregaon-Bhima violence case to the National Investigation Agency, terming the decision as "appropriate".
4 minor students among 5 killed as two floors of building collapses in Delhi's Bhajanpura
Five people, including four students, were killed when a floor of a building collapsed in the city's Bhajanpura area on Saturday, fire officials said. They said around 30 students were attending classes at a coaching centre when the fourth floor of the building collapsed, trapping them under the debris.
SLCM digitalise agri-warehousing call centre
SLCM had set up its first dedicated 24x7 call centre in the early 2010 to cater to its agri-warehousing operations in India and Myanmar.
Sharad Pawar's security at his Delhi residence 'withdrawn' by Centre, NCP alleges
The NCP on Friday accused the central government of withdrawing its chief Sharad Pawar's security at his official residence in New Delhi and...
Sena questions Centre on democracy ranking drop, economic woes
India slipped 10 places to 51st position in the 2019 Democracy Index's global ranking, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit, which cited "erosion of civil liberties" in the country as the primary cause for the downtrend. The EIU report was released earlier this week.
GoDaddy plans India data centre to tap local customers
The company’s data centers are currently located in Singapore. “We don’t have a stated plan yet but we may look at opening an Indian data centre to be closer to customers in India. Some customers prefer local presence,” said Nikhil Arora, managing director, GoDaddy India.
Yogi govt seeks corporates to provide medical help at doorstep for cows, set up call centre
The Yogi Adityanath government is seeking the help of a firm or company with experience of running livestock services to come on board for this project which will be run under the CSR obligations for corporates.
Kerala seeks Centre's help on nurses in Saudi hit by coronavirus
According to reports, one Kerala nurse has already tested positive for the deadly virus. The nurse, along with 30 other nurses -- most from Kerala -- have been currently placed in isolation. The Kerala nurse who has tested positive is believed to have got the virus from a Filipino nurse, who was being looked after by her.
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