Nimisha Jaiswal


'Nimisha Jaiswal' - 64 News Result(s)

  • 2 Of 3 Indians Stunted Due To Malnutrition, Earn 13 Per Cent Less: Report

    2 Of 3 Indians Stunted Due To Malnutrition, Earn 13 Per Cent Less: Report

    India has the fourth highest number of stunted people in the workforce in the world, according to a new study by the World Bank. 66 per cent Indians in the workforce are stunted because of childhood malnutrition, which leads to a 13 per cent loss in income per capita, the report finds.

  • 5 Crore LPG Connections Completed Before Deadline, Bigger Goal For 2020

    5 Crore LPG Connections Completed Before Deadline, Bigger Goal For 2020

    The Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana, a clean cooking gas initiative, has been a roaring success, the government has claimed. The centre says that it has managed to provide five crore LPG connections in 26 months, well before the deadline of May 2019. Looking at the speed at which connections have been disbursed, the programme's goal has been scaled u...

  • "Shoot Bangladeshi, Rohingya If They Don't Leave": BJP Lawmaker's Shocker

    "Shoot Bangladeshi, Rohingya If They Don't Leave": BJP Lawmaker's Shocker

    A BJP lawmaker T Raja Singh has waded into the political row over Assam's citizens' list with a shocking demand to keep the country safe. The lawmaker from Hyderabad said Bangladeshis and Rohingya Muslims are a "danger to India" and they should be shot down if they don't leave the country voluntarily.

  • Re 1 'Deposited' To Official's Account - Latest In Aadhaar Challenge

    Re 1 'Deposited' To Official's Account - Latest In Aadhaar Challenge

    RS Sharma, the country's telecom regulator, has received Re 1 in his bank account, "ordered" a smart phone, has fake accounts in his name on shopping portals and has had many of his details splashed on the public domain since he took the astonishing step of revealing his Aadhaar ID number on Twitter over a dare

  • AAP Lawmaker's Rare Investment In Government Schools: His Own Children

    AAP Lawmaker's Rare Investment In Government Schools: His Own Children

    Pilloried over the starvation deaths of three children in Mandawali, the Delhi government has had some good news from one of its own lawmakers. Amanatullah Khan, who represents Okhla in assembly, has decided to show his confidence in government schools by admitting his children at a school run by the government in Batla House.

  • Farmers March In Delhi To Express No Confidence In Modi Government

    Farmers March In Delhi To Express No Confidence In Modi Government

    Farmers from across the country converged in Delhi once again, in support of the opposition-backed no confidence motion in Parliament and to protest against the government's inaction on farmer distress.

  • Trapped Family Had Moved In 4 Days Before Greater Noida Building Collapse

    Trapped Family Had Moved In 4 Days Before Greater Noida Building Collapse

    The house-warming party on Saturday was attended by their extended family and friends. Most of the guests had left and the host, his mother, wife and an infant daughter were at home when the next-door structure came crashing down.

  • "Is Plea Against 'Sacred Games' In Public Interest," Asks Delhi Court

    "Is Plea Against '<i>Sacred Games</i>' In Public Interest," Asks Delhi Court

    Before it decides on the plea seeking removal of certain "objectionable" scenes from Netflix's already popular series "Sacred Games", the Delhi High Court has a few questions for the petitioner -- is this in public interest or a personal matter? And since all the episodes of the first season have aired, 'what are you trying to do now?'

  • 13 Million Jobs Created In 2017: Member Of Economic Advisory Council

    13 Million Jobs Created In 2017: Member Of Economic Advisory Council

    The report goes on to say that reforms under the government, like MUDRA scheme and the boost in road construction activity have pushed up employment.

  • Will GST Make Or Break Your Business? Here's What Industry Says

    Will GST Make Or Break Your Business? Here's What Industry Says

    While MSMEs may be drowning in hidden overheads, sectors like auto manufacturers and FMCG have reasons to be pleased with gifts GST has given them.

  • In Delhi Family Deaths, Investigators Uncover Macabre Details: 10 Points

    In Delhi Family Deaths, Investigators Uncover Macabre Details: 10 Points

    A day after 11 of a family were found mysteriously dead in their home in Delhi, an autopsy has confirmed that all of them died because of hanging, without struggle. Earlier, the oldest member, 77-year-old Narayan Devi, was believed to have been strangled. The bodies of three generations of the Bhatia family were discovered in their home in north De...

  • Delhi Family Deaths Just Days After Daughter's Engagement: 10 Points

    Delhi Family Deaths Just Days After Daughter's Engagement: 10 Points

    A day after 11 of a family were found mysteriously dead in their home in Delhi, an autopsy has confirmed that at least six died because of hanging, not strangling. The bodies of three generations of the Bhatia family were discovered in their home in north Delhi's Burari by a neighbour who found their grocery shop shut on Sunday morning. The police ...

  • 24 Degrees As Default AC Temperature: Centre's Proposal To Save Energy

    24 Degrees As Default AC Temperature: Centre's Proposal To Save Energy

    Freezing temperatures inside when it is burning outside might soon be history as the power ministry has advised the manufacturers of air conditioners to keep the default setting of the cooling machines at 24 degrees Celsius saying that this will help save a lot of energy.

  • At Centre's NITI Aayog Meet, One More Pitch For Simultaneous Elections

    At Centre's NITI Aayog Meet, One More Pitch For Simultaneous Elections

    At the fourth meeting of centre's policy think tank NITI Aayog, Prime Minister Narendra Modi again flagged the issue of simultaneous elections at the central and the state level, urging a widespread debate on the issue.

  • No Clear Answer To Riddle Of Job Creation In India Due To Haphazard Data

    No Clear Answer To Riddle Of Job Creation In India Due To Haphazard Data

    Two crore new jobs --- that is what the BJP had promised in its campaign for the 2014 general elections. Four years on, there's no clarity on how much of it has been delivered, partly because of the confusion over data on jobs created.

'Nimisha Jaiswal' - 76 Video Result(s)

'Nimisha Jaiswal' - 64 News Result(s)

  • 2 Of 3 Indians Stunted Due To Malnutrition, Earn 13 Per Cent Less: Report

    2 Of 3 Indians Stunted Due To Malnutrition, Earn 13 Per Cent Less: Report

    India has the fourth highest number of stunted people in the workforce in the world, according to a new study by the World Bank. 66 per cent Indians in the workforce are stunted because of childhood malnutrition, which leads to a 13 per cent loss in income per capita, the report finds.

  • 5 Crore LPG Connections Completed Before Deadline, Bigger Goal For 2020

    5 Crore LPG Connections Completed Before Deadline, Bigger Goal For 2020

    The Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana, a clean cooking gas initiative, has been a roaring success, the government has claimed. The centre says that it has managed to provide five crore LPG connections in 26 months, well before the deadline of May 2019. Looking at the speed at which connections have been disbursed, the programme's goal has been scaled u...

  • "Shoot Bangladeshi, Rohingya If They Don't Leave": BJP Lawmaker's Shocker

    "Shoot Bangladeshi, Rohingya If They Don't Leave": BJP Lawmaker's Shocker

    A BJP lawmaker T Raja Singh has waded into the political row over Assam's citizens' list with a shocking demand to keep the country safe. The lawmaker from Hyderabad said Bangladeshis and Rohingya Muslims are a "danger to India" and they should be shot down if they don't leave the country voluntarily.

  • Re 1 'Deposited' To Official's Account - Latest In Aadhaar Challenge

    Re 1 'Deposited' To Official's Account - Latest In Aadhaar Challenge

    RS Sharma, the country's telecom regulator, has received Re 1 in his bank account, "ordered" a smart phone, has fake accounts in his name on shopping portals and has had many of his details splashed on the public domain since he took the astonishing step of revealing his Aadhaar ID number on Twitter over a dare

  • AAP Lawmaker's Rare Investment In Government Schools: His Own Children

    AAP Lawmaker's Rare Investment In Government Schools: His Own Children

    Pilloried over the starvation deaths of three children in Mandawali, the Delhi government has had some good news from one of its own lawmakers. Amanatullah Khan, who represents Okhla in assembly, has decided to show his confidence in government schools by admitting his children at a school run by the government in Batla House.

  • Farmers March In Delhi To Express No Confidence In Modi Government

    Farmers March In Delhi To Express No Confidence In Modi Government

    Farmers from across the country converged in Delhi once again, in support of the opposition-backed no confidence motion in Parliament and to protest against the government's inaction on farmer distress.

  • Trapped Family Had Moved In 4 Days Before Greater Noida Building Collapse

    Trapped Family Had Moved In 4 Days Before Greater Noida Building Collapse

    The house-warming party on Saturday was attended by their extended family and friends. Most of the guests had left and the host, his mother, wife and an infant daughter were at home when the next-door structure came crashing down.

  • "Is Plea Against 'Sacred Games' In Public Interest," Asks Delhi Court

    "Is Plea Against '<i>Sacred Games</i>' In Public Interest," Asks Delhi Court

    Before it decides on the plea seeking removal of certain "objectionable" scenes from Netflix's already popular series "Sacred Games", the Delhi High Court has a few questions for the petitioner -- is this in public interest or a personal matter? And since all the episodes of the first season have aired, 'what are you trying to do now?'

  • 13 Million Jobs Created In 2017: Member Of Economic Advisory Council

    13 Million Jobs Created In 2017: Member Of Economic Advisory Council

    The report goes on to say that reforms under the government, like MUDRA scheme and the boost in road construction activity have pushed up employment.

  • Will GST Make Or Break Your Business? Here's What Industry Says

    Will GST Make Or Break Your Business? Here's What Industry Says

    While MSMEs may be drowning in hidden overheads, sectors like auto manufacturers and FMCG have reasons to be pleased with gifts GST has given them.

  • In Delhi Family Deaths, Investigators Uncover Macabre Details: 10 Points

    In Delhi Family Deaths, Investigators Uncover Macabre Details: 10 Points

    A day after 11 of a family were found mysteriously dead in their home in Delhi, an autopsy has confirmed that all of them died because of hanging, without struggle. Earlier, the oldest member, 77-year-old Narayan Devi, was believed to have been strangled. The bodies of three generations of the Bhatia family were discovered in their home in north De...

  • Delhi Family Deaths Just Days After Daughter's Engagement: 10 Points

    Delhi Family Deaths Just Days After Daughter's Engagement: 10 Points

    A day after 11 of a family were found mysteriously dead in their home in Delhi, an autopsy has confirmed that at least six died because of hanging, not strangling. The bodies of three generations of the Bhatia family were discovered in their home in north Delhi's Burari by a neighbour who found their grocery shop shut on Sunday morning. The police ...

  • 24 Degrees As Default AC Temperature: Centre's Proposal To Save Energy

    24 Degrees As Default AC Temperature: Centre's Proposal To Save Energy

    Freezing temperatures inside when it is burning outside might soon be history as the power ministry has advised the manufacturers of air conditioners to keep the default setting of the cooling machines at 24 degrees Celsius saying that this will help save a lot of energy.

  • At Centre's NITI Aayog Meet, One More Pitch For Simultaneous Elections

    At Centre's NITI Aayog Meet, One More Pitch For Simultaneous Elections

    At the fourth meeting of centre's policy think tank NITI Aayog, Prime Minister Narendra Modi again flagged the issue of simultaneous elections at the central and the state level, urging a widespread debate on the issue.

  • No Clear Answer To Riddle Of Job Creation In India Due To Haphazard Data

    No Clear Answer To Riddle Of Job Creation In India Due To Haphazard Data

    Two crore new jobs --- that is what the BJP had promised in its campaign for the 2014 general elections. Four years on, there's no clarity on how much of it has been delivered, partly because of the confusion over data on jobs created.

'Nimisha Jaiswal' - 76 Video Result(s)

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