Coal ministry to set up management unit to speed up mine operationalistion
The Ministry of Coal is planning to take services of a consulting firm to set up a project management unit to support on expediting coal block operationalisation, according the notice published for Request for Bid stated. The last date for submission of bid is December 19, it said.
Highly skilled unit: Virat Kohli’s team, with a lethal fast-bowling unit that is perhaps India’s best
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Consensus needed among parties on 'one nation, one poll': CEC
Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said that 'one nation, one election', w...
Declare apple crisis in Kashmir Valley as nation calamity, demands AIKSCC
The delegation noted that horticulture, which is the backbone of the state's economy, has suffered a double thrashing this season. Just when a good crop had given the farmers hopes for a recovery from last year's losses, the political turmoil since 5th of August has badly affected the transportation industry and procurement market.
One nation, one ration card: We are creating a central repository of ration cards, says food secretary
Ravi Kant, secretary, food & public distribution said that the purpose of one nation, one ration card scheme is to ensure nationwide portability in distribution of subsidised foodgrain to beneficiaries [under the National Food Security Act] without the need for them to get a new ration card. This will provide benefit to migrant workers, labourers and daily wagers.
One nation, one ration card: Inside food ministry's ambitious scheme to make ration cards portable
The food ministry is moving towards making ration cards portable to help migrant workers.
Fake news bigger menace than paid news: Prakash Javadekar
Speaking at an event organised by the Press Council of India to observe National Press Day and confer National Awards for Excellence in Journalism, the union minister for information and broadcasting also touched upon the issue of "lynching" and how only "one kind of lynching" was being talked about.
CBI sets up investigation unit for online child sexual abuse
The newly specialized unit will collect, collate and disseminate information regarding publication, transmission, creation, collection, seeking, browsing, downloading, advertising, promoting, exchanging, distribution of information relating to online child sexual abuse and exploitation. It also also handle investigation of such offences.
Hotel liable for vehicle theft from parking: SC
A bench of Justices M M Shantanagoudar and Ajay Rastogi upheld the order of National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission directing Taj Mahal Hotel in New Delhi to pay compensation of Rs 2.8 lakh to a person whose Maruti Zen car was stolen in 1998 from its parking area and held that there was negligence on the part of the hotel management.
US lawmakers seek probe into terror finance links between two prominent Muslim groups and LeT
Three American lawmakers, Jim Banks, Chuck Fleischmann and Randy Weber, have asked the State Department to investigate possible terror financing links between two prominent American Muslim organisations and terrorist groups. Their letter said, "Specifically of concern are the innocuous sounding organisation, HHRD and their sister organisation, ICNA."
FII flows, Fed minutes, Aramco IPO among key factors that will guide D-Street this week
Initial public offer for Saudi Aramco opens for subscription on Nov 17 for institutional investors.
India voices concern over compromise in peacekeeping operational issues to reduce costs
Speaking at the General Assembly debate in the Fourth Committee on 'Comprehensive Review of the Whole Question of Peacekeeping Operations in all their Aspects', Military Adviser in India's Permanent Mission to the UN Colonel Sandeep Kapoor voiced India's serious concern over instances of compromise in peacekeeping operational issues to reduce costs.
India win first Test against Bangladesh by an innings 130 runs
India declared their first innings at 493 for 6 after bowling out Bangladesh for 150 in the visitor's first essay. In their second innings, Bangladesh were bundled out for 213. India lead the two-match series 1-0. In the second innings, India bowled out Bangladesh for 213 to record an innings and 130-run victory in the first Test.
Amit Shah knows how to break, unite political parties: Kapil Sibal
Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Thursday hit back at Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s remarks on President’s Rule in Maharashtra and said that...
Meet Diego Forlan: An accidental footballer for whom success was slow in coming
Forlan is an anachronism in an age where precocity is celebrated, and prodigies, deified.
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