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'Debanish Achom With Inputs From Pti ' - 46 News Result(s)

  • A Year After Bridge Collapse, Goa To Repair Portuguese-Era Structures

    A Year After Bridge Collapse, Goa To Repair Portuguese-Era Structures

    Up to 80 dilapidated Portuguese-era bridges in Goa will be repaired immediately, the public works department minister of the coastal state said today -- a year after two people died when a bridge collapsed in Goa. After the incident in May last year, the state government started checking the health of all Portuguese-era bridges for repairs.

  • Bengaluru Panel Featuring Narayana Murthy, Azim Premji Scrapped

    Bengaluru Panel Featuring Narayana Murthy, Azim Premji Scrapped

    The Karnataka government has disbanded the Bengaluru Vision Group whose members included Infosys founder NR Narayanamurthy and Wipro chairman Azim Premji. The state government issued an order on June 8 disbanding the group, which was set up in April 2016 by the previous Congress government

  • New Panel To Look Into Jobs Data Calculation, Ensure Transparency

    New Panel To Look Into Jobs Data Calculation, Ensure Transparency

    The government has formed a committee under former chief statistician TCA Anant to ensure transparency in jobs data calculation and presentation, the labour ministry has said. The labour bureau conducts two surveys on employment -- Annual Employment-Unemployment Survey (EUS) and Quarterly Employment Survey (QES)

  • To Pacify Karnataka MLAs, Mallikarjun Kharge Turns To Rahul Gandhi

    To Pacify Karnataka MLAs, Mallikarjun Kharge Turns To Rahul Gandhi

    The Congress's floor leader in the Lok Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge today said he would speak with party president Rahul Gandhi on filling the remaining six ministerial berths allocated to the party in the Congress-JDS coalition government in Karnataka

  • "Historic Moment" As First Commercial Flight Lands In Arunachal Pradesh

    "Historic Moment" As First Commercial Flight Lands In Arunachal Pradesh

    Arunachal Pradesh has been put on the aviation map of the country with the state's first commercial flight, carrying Chief Minister Pema Khandu and 24 other passengers, landing at Pasighat in the north-east state's East Siang district, 305 kilometres from state capital Itanagar.

  • Stop Playing Recorded Songs Or Face The Music, Delhi Pubs Warned

    Stop Playing Recorded Songs Or Face The Music, Delhi Pubs Warned

    The Delhi government has told bars not to play recorded music after residents at many areas complained of how noise from the watering holes disturbs their peace. Pubs can play only live music, the Delhi government has said, citing licence conditions that ban them from playing recorded music

  • Tourism Ministry Seeks To Ease Sikkim, Arunachal Travel For Foreigners

    Tourism Ministry Seeks To Ease Sikkim, Arunachal Travel For Foreigners

    The tourism ministry has proposed removing restrictions for foreigners who want to travel to Arunachal Pradesh and parts of Sikkim, minister of state for tourism Alphons KJ has said. The restrictions can be removed only if the home ministry and the defence ministry approve it

  • Citing RTI Clause, PNB Won't Give Details Of Audit That Uncovered Fraud

    Citing RTI Clause, PNB Won't Give Details Of Audit That Uncovered Fraud

    State-run Punjab National Bank has declined to give details of the audit that led to the detection of over Rs 13,000 crore fraud at the lender, citing a clause that bars any disclosure that may harm investigation

  • Amid Karnataka Row, Congress Seeks To Meet With President Ram Nath Kovind

    Amid Karnataka Row, Congress Seeks To Meet With President Ram Nath Kovind

    The Congress has sought an appointment with President Ram Nath Kovind on behalf of like-minded opposition parties to brief him about the Karnataka governor inviting the BJP to form government in the southern state, even though the assembly election ended in split verdict

  • Aviation Regulator Proposes New Working Hours, Rest Time For Airline Crew

    Aviation Regulator Proposes New Working Hours, Rest Time For Airline Crew

    The aviation regulator DGCA on Tuesday proposed new rules on working hours and rest time for cabin crew to prevent airlines from making staffers work beyond duty hours. The draft norms give a maximum 22 hours of duty time for cabin crew on long-haul flight (over 16 hours or more)

  • Amid Karnataka Deadlock, Ghulam Nabi Azad Raises Horse-Trading Concerns

    Amid Karnataka Deadlock, Ghulam Nabi Azad Raises Horse-Trading Concerns

    Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad today said if the Karnataka governor invited BJP to form the government, it would mean that he was "openly inviting horse-trading, corruption and defection in the parties."

  • Defence Manufacturing Needs More Home-Made Tech: Nirmala Sitharaman

    Defence Manufacturing Needs More Home-Made Tech: Nirmala Sitharaman

    India is looking to rely more on home-made technology to make defence hardware instead of relying on borrowed technology, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said. India is one of the largest importers of arms in the world, she added

  • 18 Convicted For Running SIMI Arms Training Camp In Kerala In 2007

    18 Convicted For Running SIMI Arms Training Camp In Kerala In 2007

    Eighteen people have been convicted for running an arms training camp of the banned Students Islamic Movement of India or SIMI in December 2007 in Kerala. Seventeen others have been acquitted. A special court of the National Investigation Agency will announce the sentencing tomorrow

  • No Senior Cop To Look After "Highly Sensitive" Aurangabad, Says Shiv Sena

    No Senior Cop To Look After "Highly Sensitive" Aurangabad, Says Shiv Sena

    The clashes between two groups in Aurangabad last week that killed two people were "communal" and "pre-planned", the BJP's ally in Maharashtra Shiv Sena has said in its mouthpiece Saamana. The Shiv Sena criticised the home department, headed by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, over not appointing a senior police officer for Aurangabad, a city cons...

  • Don't Believe Rumours, Say Police As Aurangabad Recovers From Clashes

    Don't Believe Rumours, Say Police As Aurangabad Recovers From Clashes

    An uneasy calm prevailed today in this central Maharashtra city where two people were killed in clashes between two groups yesterday. The clash broke out over alleged selective disconnection of illegal water connections belonging to members of a particular community.

'Debanish Achom With Inputs From Pti ' - 46 News Result(s)

  • A Year After Bridge Collapse, Goa To Repair Portuguese-Era Structures

    A Year After Bridge Collapse, Goa To Repair Portuguese-Era Structures

    Up to 80 dilapidated Portuguese-era bridges in Goa will be repaired immediately, the public works department minister of the coastal state said today -- a year after two people died when a bridge collapsed in Goa. After the incident in May last year, the state government started checking the health of all Portuguese-era bridges for repairs.

  • Bengaluru Panel Featuring Narayana Murthy, Azim Premji Scrapped

    Bengaluru Panel Featuring Narayana Murthy, Azim Premji Scrapped

    The Karnataka government has disbanded the Bengaluru Vision Group whose members included Infosys founder NR Narayanamurthy and Wipro chairman Azim Premji. The state government issued an order on June 8 disbanding the group, which was set up in April 2016 by the previous Congress government

  • New Panel To Look Into Jobs Data Calculation, Ensure Transparency

    New Panel To Look Into Jobs Data Calculation, Ensure Transparency

    The government has formed a committee under former chief statistician TCA Anant to ensure transparency in jobs data calculation and presentation, the labour ministry has said. The labour bureau conducts two surveys on employment -- Annual Employment-Unemployment Survey (EUS) and Quarterly Employment Survey (QES)

  • To Pacify Karnataka MLAs, Mallikarjun Kharge Turns To Rahul Gandhi

    To Pacify Karnataka MLAs, Mallikarjun Kharge Turns To Rahul Gandhi

    The Congress's floor leader in the Lok Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge today said he would speak with party president Rahul Gandhi on filling the remaining six ministerial berths allocated to the party in the Congress-JDS coalition government in Karnataka

  • "Historic Moment" As First Commercial Flight Lands In Arunachal Pradesh

    "Historic Moment" As First Commercial Flight Lands In Arunachal Pradesh

    Arunachal Pradesh has been put on the aviation map of the country with the state's first commercial flight, carrying Chief Minister Pema Khandu and 24 other passengers, landing at Pasighat in the north-east state's East Siang district, 305 kilometres from state capital Itanagar.

  • Stop Playing Recorded Songs Or Face The Music, Delhi Pubs Warned

    Stop Playing Recorded Songs Or Face The Music, Delhi Pubs Warned

    The Delhi government has told bars not to play recorded music after residents at many areas complained of how noise from the watering holes disturbs their peace. Pubs can play only live music, the Delhi government has said, citing licence conditions that ban them from playing recorded music

  • Tourism Ministry Seeks To Ease Sikkim, Arunachal Travel For Foreigners

    Tourism Ministry Seeks To Ease Sikkim, Arunachal Travel For Foreigners

    The tourism ministry has proposed removing restrictions for foreigners who want to travel to Arunachal Pradesh and parts of Sikkim, minister of state for tourism Alphons KJ has said. The restrictions can be removed only if the home ministry and the defence ministry approve it

  • Citing RTI Clause, PNB Won't Give Details Of Audit That Uncovered Fraud

    Citing RTI Clause, PNB Won't Give Details Of Audit That Uncovered Fraud

    State-run Punjab National Bank has declined to give details of the audit that led to the detection of over Rs 13,000 crore fraud at the lender, citing a clause that bars any disclosure that may harm investigation

  • Amid Karnataka Row, Congress Seeks To Meet With President Ram Nath Kovind

    Amid Karnataka Row, Congress Seeks To Meet With President Ram Nath Kovind

    The Congress has sought an appointment with President Ram Nath Kovind on behalf of like-minded opposition parties to brief him about the Karnataka governor inviting the BJP to form government in the southern state, even though the assembly election ended in split verdict

  • Aviation Regulator Proposes New Working Hours, Rest Time For Airline Crew

    Aviation Regulator Proposes New Working Hours, Rest Time For Airline Crew

    The aviation regulator DGCA on Tuesday proposed new rules on working hours and rest time for cabin crew to prevent airlines from making staffers work beyond duty hours. The draft norms give a maximum 22 hours of duty time for cabin crew on long-haul flight (over 16 hours or more)

  • Amid Karnataka Deadlock, Ghulam Nabi Azad Raises Horse-Trading Concerns

    Amid Karnataka Deadlock, Ghulam Nabi Azad Raises Horse-Trading Concerns

    Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad today said if the Karnataka governor invited BJP to form the government, it would mean that he was "openly inviting horse-trading, corruption and defection in the parties."

  • Defence Manufacturing Needs More Home-Made Tech: Nirmala Sitharaman

    Defence Manufacturing Needs More Home-Made Tech: Nirmala Sitharaman

    India is looking to rely more on home-made technology to make defence hardware instead of relying on borrowed technology, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said. India is one of the largest importers of arms in the world, she added

  • 18 Convicted For Running SIMI Arms Training Camp In Kerala In 2007

    18 Convicted For Running SIMI Arms Training Camp In Kerala In 2007

    Eighteen people have been convicted for running an arms training camp of the banned Students Islamic Movement of India or SIMI in December 2007 in Kerala. Seventeen others have been acquitted. A special court of the National Investigation Agency will announce the sentencing tomorrow

  • No Senior Cop To Look After "Highly Sensitive" Aurangabad, Says Shiv Sena

    No Senior Cop To Look After "Highly Sensitive" Aurangabad, Says Shiv Sena

    The clashes between two groups in Aurangabad last week that killed two people were "communal" and "pre-planned", the BJP's ally in Maharashtra Shiv Sena has said in its mouthpiece Saamana. The Shiv Sena criticised the home department, headed by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, over not appointing a senior police officer for Aurangabad, a city cons...

  • Don't Believe Rumours, Say Police As Aurangabad Recovers From Clashes

    Don't Believe Rumours, Say Police As Aurangabad Recovers From Clashes

    An uneasy calm prevailed today in this central Maharashtra city where two people were killed in clashes between two groups yesterday. The clash broke out over alleged selective disconnection of illegal water connections belonging to members of a particular community.

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