Reported By Himanshu Shekhar Mishra


'Reported By Himanshu Shekhar Mishra' - 61 News Result(s)

  • Coronavirus Lockdown: Validity Of Driving Licenses That Expired On Feb 1 Extended Till June 30

    Coronavirus Lockdown: Validity Of Driving Licenses That Expired On Feb 1 Extended Till June 30

    Driving licenses and other motor vehicle documents that expired on February 1 will now be valid till June 30, the centre said today, amid nationwide lockdown over coronavirus or COVID-19, which began last week to fight the highly infectious disease.

  • Mamata Banerjee Writes To PM Requesting Him To Stop All Flights To Bengal Amid Coronavirus Crisis

    Mamata Banerjee Writes To PM Requesting Him To Stop All Flights To Bengal Amid Coronavirus Crisis

    West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urging him to stop all flights to the state amid a surge in the coronavirus cases in the country. The virus has infected over 400 people in India and killed seven. Ms Banerjee's letter comes at a time when over 80 districts across the country have been brought u...

  • Over 100 Countries Have Been Hit By The Rapidly-Spreading Coronavirus

    Over 100 Countries Have Been Hit By The Rapidly-Spreading Coronavirus

    Over 100 countrieshave reported cases of the rapidly-spreading coronavirus that has infected over a lakh people and killed over 3,800, the World Health Organization (WHO) said.

  • Employee Provident Fund Rate Cut To 8.5% After 7 Years, To Impact 6 Crore

    Employee Provident Fund Rate Cut To 8.5% After 7 Years, To Impact 6 Crore

    Retirement fund body Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) will pay interest at the rate of 8.5 per cent for the current financial year, Labour Minister Santosh Gangwar said on Thursday. That marked a cut of 15 basis points - or 0.15 percentage point - from the interest rate of 8.65 per cent paid on EPF investments for financial year 2018-1...

  • "Strict Action Against BJP Leaders Guilty Of Hate Speech": Chirag Paswan To NDTV

    "Strict Action Against BJP Leaders Guilty Of Hate Speech": Chirag Paswan To NDTV

    Lok Janshakti Party chief Chirag Paswan has demanded strict action against three BJP leaders accused of inciting the violence that has consumed parts of Delhi, killing 38 people and injuring over 300

  • Pricey Morel Mushrooms, Dal Raisina In President's Banquet For Donald Trump

    Pricey Morel Mushrooms, Dal Raisina In President's Banquet For Donald Trump

    Super expensive morel mushrooms, a "regal" leg of lamb and Rashtrapati Bhavan's iconic Dal Raisina will be on the menu when President Ram Nath Kovind hosts a dinner banquet for US President Donald Trump on Tuesday at the end of the American leader's first official visit to India.

  • Former PM Manmohan Singh To Skip Banquet For Donald Trump Tomorrow

    Former PM Manmohan Singh To Skip Banquet For Donald Trump Tomorrow

    Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will not attend the state banquet for US President Donald Trump tomorrow, sources said on Monday.

  • Telecom Firms Make Part-Payment Of AGR Dues As Top Court Refuses To Relent

    Telecom Firms Make Part-Payment Of AGR Dues As Top Court Refuses To Relent

    The beleaguered telecom companies made part-payment of adjusted gross revenue (AGR) dues to the government after the telecom department began issuing orders to telecom companies to clear their dues immediately or face "necessary action." The telecom department started acting tough after a furious Supreme Court hauled up telecom companies and govern...

  • "What's Wrong In Saying Traitors Should Be Shot?": BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri

    "What's Wrong In Saying Traitors Should Be Shot?": BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri

    Arvind Kejriwal's announcement last year to not bill Delhi residents if they use no more than 200 units of electricity a month appears to have had an impact on the poor, BJP MP from Delhi, Ramesh Bidhuri, said as votes were counted for the Delhi election.

  • Domestic Car Sales Fall 8.4% In December, Production Down 12.5%: Auto Body

    Domestic Car Sales Fall 8.4% In December, Production Down 12.5%: Auto Body

    Total passenger car sales in the domestic market fell 8.4 per cent in December, data from industry body SIAM or Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers showed on Friday. Sales of passenger vehicles - including passenger cars, utility vehicles and vans - declined 1.2 per cent to 235,786 units in December, the data showed. Out of these, a total of...

  • NITI Aayog Calls For Talks On Private Participation In Passenger Trains

    NITI Aayog Calls For Talks On Private Participation In Passenger Trains

    At present, the plan is to run 150 private passenger trains on select 100 routes and Ministry of Railways is working on a roadmap to implement it.

  • Government's Warning Ahead Of Trade Unions' 24-Hour Strike: 10 Points

    Government's Warning Ahead Of Trade Unions' 24-Hour Strike: 10 Points

    The government has warned central trade unions of "consequences" if they go on a proposed 24-hour nationwide strike starting 6 am Wednesday. Around 25 crore workers are expected to participate in the strike which has been called by the Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) to protest the "anti-labour policies" of the BJP government and press for dem...

  • Bharat Bandh Tomorrow: Know Date, Timing, Workers' Demands - All You Need To Know

    Bharat Bandh Tomorrow: Know Date, Timing, Workers' Demands - All You Need To Know

    All India Strike: According to the Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU), which is affiliated to the CPI(M), over 25 crore workers will participate in the nationwide strike.

  • Population List NPR To Be Updated, No Document Needed: Government

    Population List NPR To Be Updated, No Document Needed: Government

    The Union Cabinet today approved a proposal to update the National Population Register (NPR), which is linked to the Census. The exercise will cost Rs 3,941crore, the government said. The Census Commission has said the objective of the NPR is to create a comprehensive identity database contaning demographic details of every "usual resident" of the ...

  • Jharkhand "Trends Unexpected, Thought We'd Reach Majority": BJP Spokesman

    Jharkhand "Trends Unexpected, Thought We'd Reach Majority": BJP Spokesman

    The BJP today said it may have failed to convince the party's push for development in Jharkhand after the leads showed the party trailing in the state. The BJP had set a target of winning 65 of the 81 assembly seats. The party denied the National Register for Citizens (NRC) has had an impact on how people voted for the party in the state with a sub...

'Reported By Himanshu Shekhar Mishra' - 61 News Result(s)

  • Coronavirus Lockdown: Validity Of Driving Licenses That Expired On Feb 1 Extended Till June 30

    Coronavirus Lockdown: Validity Of Driving Licenses That Expired On Feb 1 Extended Till June 30

    Driving licenses and other motor vehicle documents that expired on February 1 will now be valid till June 30, the centre said today, amid nationwide lockdown over coronavirus or COVID-19, which began last week to fight the highly infectious disease.

  • Mamata Banerjee Writes To PM Requesting Him To Stop All Flights To Bengal Amid Coronavirus Crisis

    Mamata Banerjee Writes To PM Requesting Him To Stop All Flights To Bengal Amid Coronavirus Crisis

    West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urging him to stop all flights to the state amid a surge in the coronavirus cases in the country. The virus has infected over 400 people in India and killed seven. Ms Banerjee's letter comes at a time when over 80 districts across the country have been brought u...

  • Over 100 Countries Have Been Hit By The Rapidly-Spreading Coronavirus

    Over 100 Countries Have Been Hit By The Rapidly-Spreading Coronavirus

    Over 100 countrieshave reported cases of the rapidly-spreading coronavirus that has infected over a lakh people and killed over 3,800, the World Health Organization (WHO) said.

  • Employee Provident Fund Rate Cut To 8.5% After 7 Years, To Impact 6 Crore

    Employee Provident Fund Rate Cut To 8.5% After 7 Years, To Impact 6 Crore

    Retirement fund body Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) will pay interest at the rate of 8.5 per cent for the current financial year, Labour Minister Santosh Gangwar said on Thursday. That marked a cut of 15 basis points - or 0.15 percentage point - from the interest rate of 8.65 per cent paid on EPF investments for financial year 2018-1...

  • "Strict Action Against BJP Leaders Guilty Of Hate Speech": Chirag Paswan To NDTV

    "Strict Action Against BJP Leaders Guilty Of Hate Speech": Chirag Paswan To NDTV

    Lok Janshakti Party chief Chirag Paswan has demanded strict action against three BJP leaders accused of inciting the violence that has consumed parts of Delhi, killing 38 people and injuring over 300

  • Pricey Morel Mushrooms, Dal Raisina In President's Banquet For Donald Trump

    Pricey Morel Mushrooms, Dal Raisina In President's Banquet For Donald Trump

    Super expensive morel mushrooms, a "regal" leg of lamb and Rashtrapati Bhavan's iconic Dal Raisina will be on the menu when President Ram Nath Kovind hosts a dinner banquet for US President Donald Trump on Tuesday at the end of the American leader's first official visit to India.

  • Former PM Manmohan Singh To Skip Banquet For Donald Trump Tomorrow

    Former PM Manmohan Singh To Skip Banquet For Donald Trump Tomorrow

    Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will not attend the state banquet for US President Donald Trump tomorrow, sources said on Monday.

  • Telecom Firms Make Part-Payment Of AGR Dues As Top Court Refuses To Relent

    Telecom Firms Make Part-Payment Of AGR Dues As Top Court Refuses To Relent

    The beleaguered telecom companies made part-payment of adjusted gross revenue (AGR) dues to the government after the telecom department began issuing orders to telecom companies to clear their dues immediately or face "necessary action." The telecom department started acting tough after a furious Supreme Court hauled up telecom companies and govern...

  • "What's Wrong In Saying Traitors Should Be Shot?": BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri

    "What's Wrong In Saying Traitors Should Be Shot?": BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri

    Arvind Kejriwal's announcement last year to not bill Delhi residents if they use no more than 200 units of electricity a month appears to have had an impact on the poor, BJP MP from Delhi, Ramesh Bidhuri, said as votes were counted for the Delhi election.

  • Domestic Car Sales Fall 8.4% In December, Production Down 12.5%: Auto Body

    Domestic Car Sales Fall 8.4% In December, Production Down 12.5%: Auto Body

    Total passenger car sales in the domestic market fell 8.4 per cent in December, data from industry body SIAM or Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers showed on Friday. Sales of passenger vehicles - including passenger cars, utility vehicles and vans - declined 1.2 per cent to 235,786 units in December, the data showed. Out of these, a total of...

  • NITI Aayog Calls For Talks On Private Participation In Passenger Trains

    NITI Aayog Calls For Talks On Private Participation In Passenger Trains

    At present, the plan is to run 150 private passenger trains on select 100 routes and Ministry of Railways is working on a roadmap to implement it.

  • Government's Warning Ahead Of Trade Unions' 24-Hour Strike: 10 Points

    Government's Warning Ahead Of Trade Unions' 24-Hour Strike: 10 Points

    The government has warned central trade unions of "consequences" if they go on a proposed 24-hour nationwide strike starting 6 am Wednesday. Around 25 crore workers are expected to participate in the strike which has been called by the Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) to protest the "anti-labour policies" of the BJP government and press for dem...

  • Bharat Bandh Tomorrow: Know Date, Timing, Workers' Demands - All You Need To Know

    Bharat Bandh Tomorrow: Know Date, Timing, Workers' Demands - All You Need To Know

    All India Strike: According to the Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU), which is affiliated to the CPI(M), over 25 crore workers will participate in the nationwide strike.

  • Population List NPR To Be Updated, No Document Needed: Government

    Population List NPR To Be Updated, No Document Needed: Government

    The Union Cabinet today approved a proposal to update the National Population Register (NPR), which is linked to the Census. The exercise will cost Rs 3,941crore, the government said. The Census Commission has said the objective of the NPR is to create a comprehensive identity database contaning demographic details of every "usual resident" of the ...

  • Jharkhand "Trends Unexpected, Thought We'd Reach Majority": BJP Spokesman

    Jharkhand "Trends Unexpected, Thought We'd Reach Majority": BJP Spokesman

    The BJP today said it may have failed to convince the party's push for development in Jharkhand after the leads showed the party trailing in the state. The BJP had set a target of winning 65 of the 81 assembly seats. The party denied the National Register for Citizens (NRC) has had an impact on how people voted for the party in the state with a sub...

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