Friday 28 October 2016


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Various activities across ministries/departments being organised all over country .The Rashtriya Ekta Diwas will be observed on 31st October, 2016 with ‘Integration of India’ as the theme. On this occasion various activities are being organised across ministries/departments all over the country. The Government had decided to observe the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel as the ‘Rashtriya Ekta Diwas’

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Government has recognized Boxing Federation of India (BFI) as the National Sports Federation (NSF) for Boxing. The step will give a boost to the sport of boxing which suffered due to absence of an NSF in the discipline since 2012. BFI, which is a body formed recently, conducted its elections on 25th September, 2016. AIBA, the International Body for boxing, recognized the newly elected office bearers of BFI. The
NEW DELHI: A panel met on Friday to take stock of India’s preparedness to ease customs procedures for trade facilitation, a commitment made under a WTO pact. The first meeting of the Cabinet secretary-chaired National Committee on Trade Facilitation (NCTF) discussed the urgency of implementing those provisions of the Trade Facilitation Agreement that India is ready and need for inter-ministerial coordination and
NEW DELHI: With fog affecting schedule of several trains during winter, Indian Railways is likely to do trials of ‘Tri-Netra’, a device to help loco pilots to see signals on the route and also detect obstruction on track ahead to prevent collision or mishap. Railway is coming out with a tender for companies to bid for a third eye for loco pilots in November. The idea is to start some pilot projects
The pensioners identity cards given to retired employees would have national emblem as the Home Ministry has cleared a proposal in this regard.The Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions has been considering a proposal of issuing identity cards to all the pensioners. It was decided that it would not be necessary to have the State emblem on the identity cards given to retired
NEW DELHI: The Central Information Commission has sought files related to foreign trips of the Prime Minister from the Ministry of External Affairs which had refused an RTI applicant access to the documents citing security concerns. Commodore (Retd.) Lokesh Batra had sought these details to assess the expenditure incurred on foreign trips of Narendra Modi. Chief Information Commissioner
NEW DELHI: The Union Ministry of Human Resources and Development (HRD) ministry will seek views from the Women and Child Welfare (WCD) Ministry and the Law Ministry over use of word `sex' in sex education, as it feels some sections could feel offended by the use of this word. A senior ministry official said as the subject is a sensitive issue and involves children education on sex, the
App aims to update on ACC appointments and postings on real time basis and to bring transparency .The Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr.Jitendra Singh launched the Employees Online (EO) App here today. EO App is a mobile application of the Department of Personnel &
NEW DELHI:  Labour Ministry has decided to fix the minimum wage at Rs. 350 per day for unskilled agricultural labour in C-class towns in central sphere to be effective from November 1, 2016. At present, agriculture workers in the central sphere are paid as per the rates prescribed under the national floor level minimum wage, which is Rs. 160 per day. "The ministry will notify minimum wages on
The cabinet also gave ex-post facto nod for the formation of an Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Berhampur Society in Odisha and its operationalisation in a transit campus from the current academic year 2016-17. On the proposal of HRD ministry, the Union Cabinet has given its approval in the formation of National Academic Depository (NAD) which will digitally store learning
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has threatened to issue contempt notices to secretaries in the PMO and Law Ministry for the Centre’s delay in appointing judges to the higher judiciary even several months after the SC collegium recommended the names for the purpose. The court, however, held off the threat on the request of the Attorney General who sought another opportunity to move things along.“You have been sitting
NEW DELHI:  Armed forces are answerable to the government, otherwise there will be martial law in the country, the Supreme Court said today. A bench of Justices Amitava Roy and U U Lalit made this observation as it dismissed a plea seeking action against Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar for allegedly interfering and claiming credit for the surgical strikes conducted by the Indian Army in PoK. "This plea is not
BENGALURU: The Karnataka High Court on Friday gave the green signal for buffalo racing events in coastal Karnataka starting November 19. Justice A S Bopanna passed the order in response to a petition filed by the Dakshina Kannada and Udupi Districts Kambala Samiti challenging the refusal of permission the local administration. The races would have to be conducted as per the government order dated
A bit of lumpy brown rock no bigger than an orange could be the world's first fossilized dinosaur brain.The 133-million-year-old specimen came from the skull of an Iguanodon, a genus of large, iconic herbivores that lived during the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. Scientists say the innocuous rock contains wrinkles, tubes and folds that are actually fossilized forms of the meninges (the tough cushioning tissue that surrounds the
CHENNAI:  Indian space agency ISRO is aiming for a world record by putting into orbit 83 satellites - two Indian and 81 foreign - on a single rocket in early 2017, a top official of Antrix Corporation said.He said the company's order book stands at Rs. 500 crore while negotiations are on for launch order for another Rs. 500 crore.During the first quarter of 2017 we plan to launch a single rocket carrying 83 satellites. Most
NEW DELHI: In a rare move, the Government today gave second extension of one year to senior IPS officer Sharad Kumar by re-employing him as Director General of National Investigation Agency (NIA) for a period of one year.The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved the proposal for re-appointment of Kumar on the post of DG, NIA on "re employment" for a period of one year beyond
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has appointed New Zealand’s Jason McCracken as its chief executive officer(CEO) and he will take over on February 2017. He will be leaving his role as head of insurance and investment risk at banking group ANZ to take up his new post at FIH’s headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland. He will replace Kelly Fairweather, who is leaving for the International Tennis
The British subsidiary of ICICI Bank, ICICI Bank UK Plc announced the launch of online money transfer services to facilitate transaction from any bank accounts in Sweden, Norway and Denmark to any recipent account based in India.The service called ‘Money2India Europe’ verifies the credentials of the customers over video call from Money2India Europe website. The website is owned by ICICI Bank
YES Bank has tied up with ToneTag, a Mobile payment solutions startup to integrate and Yes Bankdeploy sound based contactless payments on its mobile wallet YES Pay.ToneTag uses sound waves to enable offline, proximity based contactless payments.This technology will allow YES Pay wallet users to make ‘cardless’ and offline payments at merchant outlets through their mobile
MUMBAI: India's forex reserves rose by USD 1 billion to USD 367.14 billion for the week ended October 21 on the back of increase in the core currency assets, the Reserve Bank said today. Total reserves had dipped by USD 1.506 billion to USD 366.139 billion in the previous reporting week, after touching a life-time high of USD 371.99 billion in the week to September 30, 2016. In the reporting week, foreign currency
NEW DELHI: With an aim to strengthen processing of export transactions of taxpayers under GST, Goods and Services Network (GSTN) has signed an MoU with the commerce ministry for sharing of foreign exchange realisation and import-export code data. The move is "expected to strengthen processing of export transactions of taxpayers under GST, increase transparency and reduce human
NEW DELHI: Driven by growth in software and IT services revenue, IT spending by banking and securities firms in India is forecast to reach USD 7.8 billion in 2017, an 8.6 per cent rise from 2016, says Gartner,Inc. This forecast provides total enterprise IT spending for internal spending and spending on data center, devices,software, IT services and telecom services, Information technology research
GREATER NOIDA: Border-guarding troops deployed on posts above 9,000 feet will now be decorated with a new 'high altitude medal' to recognise their services in the tough terrain and adverse climate areas, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today. Officiating as the chief guest for the 55th Raising Day celebrations of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police here, Singh said a policy decision has been taken to
The National Institutes of Health recently announced its 2016 Director’s New Innovator Award Program recipients with at least seven Indian Americans among those honored. The Director’s New Innovator Award Program was part of the NIH Common Fund’s High-Risk, High-Reward Research program, and named 48 innovators as recipients Oct. 4. Though traditionally supporting research
A Perthshire MP led a Twitter backlash against perceived bias against the SNP at the Scottish Politician of the Year awards. Ruth Davidson, the Scottish Conservatives leader, took the main prize and was crowned debater of the year at Thursday night’s annual awards bash.Her colleague David Mundell, the Scottish Secretary and the sole Tory MP north of the border, won the coveted Best Scot at
NEW YORK: American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan has finally acknowledged his Nobel Prize in Literature and says he accepts it, media reports said. According to a statement by the Nobel Foundation, Dylan had called Sara Danius, Permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy and accepted the award.  "The news about the Nobel Prize left me speechless. I appreciate the honour so much,"
American technology giant, IBM has acquired home-grown Sanovi Technologies to support its cloud offerings for an undisclosed sum. Bangalore based Sanovi provides hybrid cloud recovery, cloud migration and business continuity software for enterprise data centers and cloud infrastructure.By the end of 2016, IBM plans to integrate the Sanovi’s capabilities into its Global Technology Services unit.
Kolkata-based Srei launched “iQuippo”, a digital marketplace for construction equipment machinery and services.It will allow, buying, sell and rent of new and used construction equipment and it will also have assisted services. The construction equipment market is envisaged to grow to Rs.50,000 crore by
DHAKA: Bangladesh has arrested more than 900 fishermen and deployed the army to patrol its waterways after introducing a temporary ban on catching hilsa in an effort to save the hugely popular fish. Some 60 percent of the world's hilsa are caught in Bangladesh, but indiscriminate fishing has depleted much of the stock, driving up prices and putting the fish beyond the reach of the poor.
NEW DELHI: After months of tumultuous ties with the Himalayan nation, President Pranab Mukherjee will be traveling to Nepal next week. He will be the first Indian head of state to visit the country in the last 18 years. During his visit beginning November 2, President Mukherjee will be meeting Madhesi leaders in the country. “During the visit, the President will hold talks with the President, Prime Minister
UNITED NATIONS, Oct 28: Russia dismissed as “unconvincing” the findings of a UN-led investigation showing that Syrian forces had carried out three chemical attacks, and said no sanctions should be imposed. “We believe that the proof is not there for any punitive action to be taken. It’s simply not there,” Russian Ambassador Vitaly Churkin told reporters following a closed-door Security
The government of Kyrgyzstan resigned after the president’s party quit the ruling coalition, inducing fears the Central Asian country could plunge into instability.President Almazbek Atambayev signed an order on his government’s resignation, the president’s website announced. The government’s resignation was due to the collapse of the coalition of the parliamentary majority.the proposed
HYDERABAD: The state government will launch digital classrooms in 1,500 government schools across the state starting November 14.  By introducing this novel concept, the government wants to make the students studying in government schools compete with their counterparts in corporate schools. Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister K Srihari on Friday announced that digital
Kathmandu [Pakistan]: Nepal Prime Minister Kamal Dahal has accepted an invitation from the United Arab Emirates to attend the World Future Energy Summit from January 16, 2017.According to a statement issued by the Nepal’s PM’s Secretariat, UAE Ambassador to Nepal Al Naqei handed over a formal letter of invitation to Dahal, reports the Himalyan Times.Assuring Nepal that it could take a great

23rd Rehabilitation International World Congress at Edinburgh, Scotland

Shri Thaawarchand Gehlot, the Union Minister for Social Justice & Empowerment wcattended the 23rd Rehabilitation International World Congress at Edinburgh, Scotland, being held from 25-27 October,2016.the Theme of the Congress is, “Create a More Inclusive World”. the Congress is being attended by more than 1000 delegates from 65 countries. While addressing the Congress on 25th
More than 100 students and entrepreneurs from Indian and Chinese businesses took part in the 5th edition of the India-China Cooperation Forum in Shanghai to boost bilateral trade and increase investments in crucial sectors.Mr. Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of the Republic of India, is currently paying an official visit to China at the invitation of H.E. Mr. Li Keqiang, Premier of the State Council of
Russia successfully tests nuclear-capable hypersonic glider warhead MOSCOW: Russia has successfully tested its advanced hypersonic glider warhead, also known as Object 4202, a media report said on Friday."It's the first, totally-completed test of the warhead capable of reaching the speed of 7 km/second on the maximum altitude," Xinhua news agency quoted Russian media as saying.the warhead was fired on
India and Russia would hold detailed discussions on deeper military cooperations, specifically on joint production of fifth generation fighter aircraft, upgradation of Su-30 MKI planes and firming up the contract for the S400 Triumf air defence system. Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu will co-chair a meeting of the Indo-Russian Inter Governmental Commission on Military Technical Cooperation
LONDON:  India has ranked very poorly at 133 in a new Global Youth Development Index compiled by the Commonwealth Secretariat on the countries' prospects for young people in employment, education, health, civic and political spheres. India ranked 133rd in the index covering 183 nations, below neighbouring countries like Nepal (77), Bhutan (69) and Sri Lanka (31) and trailing behind the South
i. Rajpati Devi, a five-time Congress MLA from Gauriganj, passed away due to age-related ailments at a hospital in Kanpur.ii. Rajpati’s husband Giriraj Singh was a freedom fighter and was a one-time MLA from Gauriganj and MP from Sultanpur. He was close to Gandhi family. She is survived by two
Odisha government on Friday said it has set up a fitment committee for implementation of 7th Pay Commission recommendations for its employees and pensioners.Around four lakh state government employees and over three lakh pensioners would benefit from the move, officials said. The 7th Pay Commission headed by Justice A K Mathur had recommended a 23.55 per cent overall hike in pay,
PANAJI: The state cabinet on Friday approved the formation of the Goa State Maritime Security Committee (GSMSC) to enhance the coordination between various security agencies, including the state and central government, for better coastal security. The 23-member committee, which is headed by the chief secretary and which includes the vice chairman-secretary of ports, navy, army, Goa
There has been no bird deaths in National Zoological Park, Deer park and Gwalior zoo in the last 24 hours, the committee formed by Environment Ministry to monitor the bird flu outbreak on Friday said. The three member committee said that various samples were taken from birds like duck, pelican, crow and munia bird earlier this month from National Zoological Park and sent to ICAR National Institute of

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