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  • PM Meets NSA, Chief Of Defence Staff Over India-China Face-Off In Ladakh

    PM Meets NSA, Chief Of Defence Staff Over India-China Face-Off In Ladakh

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a high-level meeting to discuss the ongoing stand-off with China, sources said. Those attending include the three service chiefs, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and the Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat. A separate meeting was held earlier with the foreign secretary. Sources said prior to the meeting...

  • Migrant Workers Send Legal Notice To IIM-A After Violence Over Going Home

    Migrant Workers Send Legal Notice To IIM-A After Violence Over Going Home

    Migrant labourers working at a construction site at the Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad have sent a legal notice to the top B-school's administration for allegedly not paying them for two months amid the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown. IIM-Ahmedabad has denied the charges.

  • After Mamata Banerjee vs Centre Clash, New Rules For Migrants' Trains

    After Mamata Banerjee vs Centre Clash, New Rules For Migrants' Trains

    The set-up for a new confrontation between the centre and states was put in place today with an overhauling of the rules that were being followed so far to send migrant workers home on special "Shramik" trains. The receiving state's consent is no longer necessary for trains to pull in with workers.

  • Coronavirus: Centre Preps Exercise To Blunt Criticism Over Migrants

    Coronavirus: Centre Preps Exercise To Blunt Criticism Over Migrants

    The centre will launch an exercise to counter what is seen as not doing enough to help stranded and hungry migrant workers amid the lockdown necessitated by the coronavirus pandemic, sources have said.

  • Increase Testing, Odisha, Bengal, UP Told As Migrant Inflow Begins

    Increase Testing, Odisha, Bengal, UP Told As Migrant Inflow Begins

    Three states -- Uttar Pradesh, Bengal and Odisha -- have been identified as potential hotspots of the coronavirus in the coming days. The surge of the disease, sources said, is expected to happen with the return of the migrant labourers from all parts of India, which started last week.

  • Bharat Surfing More Than India, With Cheap Internet And Smartphones

    <i>Bharat</i> Surfing More Than India, With Cheap Internet And Smartphones

    Internet usage in rural India has far outstripped that of urban India, riding on smartphones and cheap internet connections.

  • Amid Criticism Over Migrant Crisis, Centre Preps Massive Action Plan

    Amid Criticism Over Migrant Crisis, Centre Preps Massive Action Plan

    The centre is going on a massive policy initiative to tackle the coronavirus outbreak and the lifting of the lockdown. A huge internal exercise is underway to prepare an action plan for the next two months. Every ministry has been asked to prepare a roadmap and give a presentation, which Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to personally see, sou...

  • Never Talked About Charging Migrant Workers Train Fare: Centre Amid Row

    Never Talked About Charging Migrant Workers Train Fare: Centre Amid Row

    In a huge row over special trains to take migrants to their home states, the government said today that it had never talked about charging the workers train fare. 85 per cent fare will be borne by railways and the rest by state governments, said a top Health Ministry official.

  • Congress To Pay Migrants' Fare, Says Sonia Gandhi. Centre's "Italy" Dig

    Congress To Pay Migrants' Fare, Says Sonia Gandhi. Centre's "Italy" Dig

    Sonia Gandhi's announcement today that the Congress would pay the train fare for migrants heading home amid the lockdown set up a huge political row, with the government calling it a baseless move that would "mess up the entire system and create chaos". A detailed rebuttal from top sources came with the comment: "We don't want our villages becoming...

  • Centre's Order On States Collecting Migrants' Train Fare Upsets Opposition

    Centre's Order On States Collecting Migrants' Train Fare Upsets Opposition

    The Railway Ministry's move to get migrant labourers to pay their way home and the states to collect that payment, is becoming the new flashpoint between the government and the opposition. As the countrywide lockdown to combat the coronavirus was extended for another two weeks, the centre started running special trains since Friday to ferry strand...

  • Aarogya Setu App Must For All Private, Government Employees: Centre

    Aarogya Setu App Must For All Private, Government Employees: Centre

    The Home Ministry has clarified on making the coronavirus tracker app Aarogya Setu mandatory for all private and government employees across the country. Anyone attending office anywhere should have the app on their mobile from May 4, the day the two-week extended lockdown kicks in, the government has said.

  • COVID-19 Aarogya Setu App That PM Wants Citizens To Download May Become Must: Sources

    COVID-19 Aarogya Setu App That PM Wants Citizens To Download May Become Must: Sources

    Aarogya Setu, the contact-tracing app the government has been pushing in its fight against coronavirus, may be made mandatory for all citizens amid concerns expressed by experts about privacy and surveillance. In discussions to renew its push for more and more users, the government is debating whether it can make the app a must.

  • Behind Move To Resolve Migrant Crisis, A Warning To BJP Chief: Sources

    Behind Move To Resolve Migrant Crisis, A Warning To BJP Chief: Sources

    The government's move to allow stranded migrant labourers to go home has been spurred by concerns about a political fallout, sources have told NDTV.

  • "Not The Right Time": Nitin Gadkari's Advice To Yogi Adityanath On Migrants

    "Not The Right Time": Nitin Gadkari's Advice To Yogi Adityanath On Migrants

    Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today sounded a note of caution over Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's plan to bring back migrant workers from the state stranded across the country due to the coronavirus lockdown.

  • World Looking Away From China, It's Blessing For Us: Nitin Gadkari To NDTV

    World Looking Away From China, It's Blessing For Us: Nitin Gadkari To NDTV

    The world does not want to do business with China and this is a blessing for India, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari told NDTV on Saturday, during an extensive discussion on the government's plans to support MSMEs and steps to boost the national economy after the end of the coronavirus lockdown

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'Sanket Upadhyay' - 92 News Result(s)

  • PM Meets NSA, Chief Of Defence Staff Over India-China Face-Off In Ladakh

    PM Meets NSA, Chief Of Defence Staff Over India-China Face-Off In Ladakh

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a high-level meeting to discuss the ongoing stand-off with China, sources said. Those attending include the three service chiefs, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and the Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat. A separate meeting was held earlier with the foreign secretary. Sources said prior to the meeting...

  • Migrant Workers Send Legal Notice To IIM-A After Violence Over Going Home

    Migrant Workers Send Legal Notice To IIM-A After Violence Over Going Home

    Migrant labourers working at a construction site at the Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad have sent a legal notice to the top B-school's administration for allegedly not paying them for two months amid the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown. IIM-Ahmedabad has denied the charges.

  • After Mamata Banerjee vs Centre Clash, New Rules For Migrants' Trains

    After Mamata Banerjee vs Centre Clash, New Rules For Migrants' Trains

    The set-up for a new confrontation between the centre and states was put in place today with an overhauling of the rules that were being followed so far to send migrant workers home on special "Shramik" trains. The receiving state's consent is no longer necessary for trains to pull in with workers.

  • Coronavirus: Centre Preps Exercise To Blunt Criticism Over Migrants

    Coronavirus: Centre Preps Exercise To Blunt Criticism Over Migrants

    The centre will launch an exercise to counter what is seen as not doing enough to help stranded and hungry migrant workers amid the lockdown necessitated by the coronavirus pandemic, sources have said.

  • Increase Testing, Odisha, Bengal, UP Told As Migrant Inflow Begins

    Increase Testing, Odisha, Bengal, UP Told As Migrant Inflow Begins

    Three states -- Uttar Pradesh, Bengal and Odisha -- have been identified as potential hotspots of the coronavirus in the coming days. The surge of the disease, sources said, is expected to happen with the return of the migrant labourers from all parts of India, which started last week.

  • Bharat Surfing More Than India, With Cheap Internet And Smartphones

    <i>Bharat</i> Surfing More Than India, With Cheap Internet And Smartphones

    Internet usage in rural India has far outstripped that of urban India, riding on smartphones and cheap internet connections.

  • Amid Criticism Over Migrant Crisis, Centre Preps Massive Action Plan

    Amid Criticism Over Migrant Crisis, Centre Preps Massive Action Plan

    The centre is going on a massive policy initiative to tackle the coronavirus outbreak and the lifting of the lockdown. A huge internal exercise is underway to prepare an action plan for the next two months. Every ministry has been asked to prepare a roadmap and give a presentation, which Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to personally see, sou...

  • Never Talked About Charging Migrant Workers Train Fare: Centre Amid Row

    Never Talked About Charging Migrant Workers Train Fare: Centre Amid Row

    In a huge row over special trains to take migrants to their home states, the government said today that it had never talked about charging the workers train fare. 85 per cent fare will be borne by railways and the rest by state governments, said a top Health Ministry official.

  • Congress To Pay Migrants' Fare, Says Sonia Gandhi. Centre's "Italy" Dig

    Congress To Pay Migrants' Fare, Says Sonia Gandhi. Centre's "Italy" Dig

    Sonia Gandhi's announcement today that the Congress would pay the train fare for migrants heading home amid the lockdown set up a huge political row, with the government calling it a baseless move that would "mess up the entire system and create chaos". A detailed rebuttal from top sources came with the comment: "We don't want our villages becoming...

  • Centre's Order On States Collecting Migrants' Train Fare Upsets Opposition

    Centre's Order On States Collecting Migrants' Train Fare Upsets Opposition

    The Railway Ministry's move to get migrant labourers to pay their way home and the states to collect that payment, is becoming the new flashpoint between the government and the opposition. As the countrywide lockdown to combat the coronavirus was extended for another two weeks, the centre started running special trains since Friday to ferry strand...

  • Aarogya Setu App Must For All Private, Government Employees: Centre

    Aarogya Setu App Must For All Private, Government Employees: Centre

    The Home Ministry has clarified on making the coronavirus tracker app Aarogya Setu mandatory for all private and government employees across the country. Anyone attending office anywhere should have the app on their mobile from May 4, the day the two-week extended lockdown kicks in, the government has said.

  • COVID-19 Aarogya Setu App That PM Wants Citizens To Download May Become Must: Sources

    COVID-19 Aarogya Setu App That PM Wants Citizens To Download May Become Must: Sources

    Aarogya Setu, the contact-tracing app the government has been pushing in its fight against coronavirus, may be made mandatory for all citizens amid concerns expressed by experts about privacy and surveillance. In discussions to renew its push for more and more users, the government is debating whether it can make the app a must.

  • Behind Move To Resolve Migrant Crisis, A Warning To BJP Chief: Sources

    Behind Move To Resolve Migrant Crisis, A Warning To BJP Chief: Sources

    The government's move to allow stranded migrant labourers to go home has been spurred by concerns about a political fallout, sources have told NDTV.

  • "Not The Right Time": Nitin Gadkari's Advice To Yogi Adityanath On Migrants

    "Not The Right Time": Nitin Gadkari's Advice To Yogi Adityanath On Migrants

    Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today sounded a note of caution over Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's plan to bring back migrant workers from the state stranded across the country due to the coronavirus lockdown.

  • World Looking Away From China, It's Blessing For Us: Nitin Gadkari To NDTV

    World Looking Away From China, It's Blessing For Us: Nitin Gadkari To NDTV

    The world does not want to do business with China and this is a blessing for India, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari told NDTV on Saturday, during an extensive discussion on the government's plans to support MSMEs and steps to boost the national economy after the end of the coronavirus lockdown

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