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International Day for Preventing Exploitation of Environment in War and Armed Conflict – November 6, 2016.International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict is observed on November 6, 2016 to educate people about the damaging effects of war and armed conflict on the environment.International Day for Preventing Exploitation of Environment in War and Armed Conflict -

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E-Court software launched by Home Minister to enable speedy disposal of Appeals/Complaints .The Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh inaugurated the 2-day 11th Annual Convention of Central Information Commission (CIC) here today. While delivering the inaugural address, Shri Rajnath Singh said that Right to Information (RTI) Act is a powerful medium of two-way communication between the citizens and the
Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha Inaugurates 64th International Congress of Aviation and Space Medicine.Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha Inaugurated 64th International Congress of Aviation and Space medicine today at Hotel Pullman, Aerocity, Delhi which is being organized by Indian Society of Aviation Medicine (ISAM) from 07 Nov 16 to 10 Nov 16. In the inaugural address the
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the 12th edition of International Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition “Petrotech-2016” in New Delhi on 5 December 2016. The 2016 theme is “Hydrocarbons to fuel the future – Choices and Challenges”. 6000 delegates from about 75 countries are expected to attend the mega event. Key Facts PETROTECH is India’s flagship biennial international oil and gas conference and
India lose out on host in world’s largest telescope . India has failed on being the destination for the world’s largest telescope. There was a lot of expectation that the giant Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) would get housed at a remote high- altitude site in the cold desert of Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir. This week members of the multi-country group that is t decided to build the telescope in the Canary Islands in the
National Green Tribunal(NGT) given its approval for the week-long annual Baliyatra festival from November 14 at the designated ground if the same was not located on Mahanadi riverbed as was alleged in the original application (OA). All steps would be taken to ensure that the river water is not polluted due to the festival. iii. Additional Government Advocate (AGA) of Orissa High Court, Janmejaya Katakia the NGT bench of
The three day Buddha Mahotsava celebration kicked off in Arunachal Pradesh on November 4 2016 with vibrant cultural display from Monpa, Sajolang(Miji) Aka, Sartang, Bugun and Sherdukpen tribes of the region at Buddha Park, Bomdila. It was organised by the District Administration of West Kameng to promote tourism in the state. The festival commemorates the life and teachings of Lord Gautama
The internet is a huge space, rich in knowledge and resources. It is also a dark place where information is unfiltered and not always student-friendly.India Grid for Learning, launched by INGEGNO, is an education marketplace and Online platform Nyaaya expanding indian laws launchedIdentity Access Management (IAM) platform in India, that aims at creating a continuous synchronised teaching and learning experience for
President approved payment of 2% duty from july 1. President Pranab Mukherjee has given his consent to payment of a 2 per cent dearness allowance (DA) to central government employees.The move would benefit about 50.68 lakh employees and 54.24 lakh pensioners.The DA would result in an annual burden of Rs.5,622.10 crore. As a Result upon the decision taken by the government on recommendations of the 7th
India improved its ranking by one spot in a global index of business optimism, with policy reforms and Goods and Services tax (GST) expected to become a reality soon, says a survey. According to the latest Grant Thornton International Business Report, India was ranked second on the optimism index during the third quarter (July-September 2016).  Indonesia took the top spot, with the Philippines coming in third. India
NEW DELHI: The government has issued unique identification numbers to 16,795 judges of district and subordinate courts across the country for better monitoring of their judicial functions. Supreme Court and high court judges have been exempted from the exercise. As part of ongoing judicial reforms and modernisation of courts, digital signatures have also been provided to most judges in the district and
NEW DELHI: The government on Saturday notified appointment of five judges for Delhi high court and appointment of three additional judges of Bombay high court as permanent judges. According to the notification, Anil Kumar Chawla, Vinod Goel, Chander Shekhar, Anu Malhotra and Yogesh Khanna were appointed judges of Delhi HC from the date they assume charge.In a separate notification, three additional
Public broadcaster Prasar Bharti acting CEO Suresh Chandra Panda who was Member Personnel, took charge of the office on Friday. After assuming office, Panda said that implementing board's decision and looking into grievance of promotion of workers will be his top most priority. He said the decision of PB
Narendra Modi set to be new 'Incredible India' campaign ambassador.The Tourism Ministry has decided to rope in Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the face of its "Incredible India" campaign instead of the usual Bollywood stars, PTI reported on Sunday. Stating that Modi was the "best face" for the campaign, Tourism Minister Mahesh Sharma claimed that there was an increase in tourists from countries the prime minister had
KPMG India CEO Richard Rekhy to retire. Leading professional services firm KPMG India CEO Richard Rekhy announced to retire from his post.He has been serving as CEO since 2012 . His decision was accepted by KPMG International Chairman John B Veihmeyer and he will continue to serve as CEO until
The Indian Steel Association (ISA) has asked the Central Government not to impose any anti-dumping duty on Metallurgical Coke (met coke) fearing cost escalation of their products. A levy of anti-dumping duty on met coke will have a cost-push effect on the steel sector. It will fuel further the cost of steel making, resulting in an increase in the cost of finished steel. What is Metallurgical Coke? Metallurgical coke is made from low
Economic think-tank NCAER has pegged India’s GDP growth at 7.6% for 2016-17, following a pick-up in rural demand and “positive signals” on the manufacturing front. The manufacturing sector is giving positive signals with Purchasers’ Managers Index, Index of Industrial Production for core sectors. According to NCAER, the anticipated improvement in the agricultural sector and the associated increase in rural demand
AIZAWL, Nov 6 - Mizoram has been declared most improved State among small States in India in this year’s edition of India Today’s State of States Awards. Mizoram bagged two awards in the small States category in the annual progress report card. Mizoram got the awards in the ‘economy and health sectors’ and ‘most improved States’ amongst small States. The awards were received by Mizoram Finance Minister
Sikkim is all set to host the 4th edition of INAS Nepali Film Awards 2016 from November 9. Over 200 delegates from across 65 countries will be present at the event organised by the Sikkim chapter of International Nepalese Artists Society (INAS) in association with the state government.  The event will see over 200 Nepali film artists representing the Nepali Film Industry competing for the prestigious 16 categories
SHILLONG: Chief Minister Mukul M. Sangma received the award for the Most Improved State (small states category) in Education and the Best State Award in environment (small states) at ITC Maurya in New Delhi at the India Today States of the States Conclave. An official statement said the annual India Today ‘State of the States’ is the country’s most extensive and thorough study to ascertain which states are leading
India wins 29 medals at Commonwealth Wrestling Championships. Rio Olympian Sandeep Tomar, Amit Dhankar and Satyawart Kadian bagged gold medals in their respective men’s freestyle categories , totally India has won 29 medals at the Commonwealth Wrestling Championships in Singapore.
Andy Murray became world number one after Raonic withdraws from paris masters. Britain’s Andy Murray became the new world number one after Milos Raonic withdrew from their Paris Masters semi-final with injury. Andy Murray clinges Rome title with victory over Novak Djokovicii. The Easy victory would see Murray, 29, move to the top of the rankings for the first time in his career after replacing long-time incumbent
A 15-year-old Bastab Tapan Bordoloi from Assam’s Jorhat district made the nation proud by catchingfive gold medals and a silver at the recently concluded South Asian Aquatic Championship (SAAC) in Sri-Lanka. Bastab was encouraged by his parents to practice swimming. He started swimming at the age of nine and bagged his first medal (silver) in All Assam State Level Championship in 2012. He was the only
Air Force Club Iraq lift Asian Federation Cup . Air Force Club, Iraq has lifted the Asian Federation Cup by defeating Bengaluru Football Club 1-0 at Doha. Bengaluru FC had become the first Indian club to qualify for the final after they defeated defending champions Johor Darul Ta’zim 4-2 on aggregate in the semifinals. No Indian team in the sport has ever won an Asian level title since the national side bagged the Asian Games
Pacquiao reclaimed WBO title for third time by beating vargas. Filipino star Manny Pacquiao reclaimed the World Boxing Organization welterweight title for the third time with a unanimous decision victory over former champion Jesse Vargas. Pacquiao, 59-6 with two drawn and 38 knockouts, showed he still has a lot left in the tank but he failed to get the knockout victory that has eluded him for the past seven years. It is noted that
BEIJING:  China has unveiled its first satellite smartphone capable of covering the whole country and the disputed South China Sea. The satellite phone is designed for use with the country's a first mobile communications satellite, Tiantong-1 (TT-1), at the six-day Air show China in Zhuhai, Guangdong, which ended on Sunday. The new smartphone, developed by state-owned China Aerospace Science and
NEW DELHI: The urban development ministry is preparing a plan for promoting "green transport" in cities in a bid to reduce vehicular pollution and put a brake on the rising number of private vehicles.Sources said the proposal primarily focuses on cycling and plying of electric vehicles for public transport and for last mile connectivity as well. Heavy industries ministry is also working on a plan of allocating nearly Rs 300 crore for
MOSCOW:  Thousands of natural snowballs have been formed on an 18-km stretch of a beach in the Gulf of Ob in northwest Siberia, puzzling the local people. A part of the coast was covered in the icy spheres. The sculptural shapes range from the size of a tennis ball to almost 1 metre across. They result from a rare environmental process where small pieces of ice form, are rolled by wind and water, and end up as giant
Google capital changed its name to capitalG. Google Capital — the company’s venture arm that focuses on growth-stage companies as opposed to earlier-stage startups — is now “CapitalG.” The domain name looks to have been acquired a few weeks ago. The domain was owned by an organization called GDiapersback in 2014 and then it moved to privacy. It transferred from Go Daddy to Mark Monitor. CapitalG, (formerly
The Central Government has fined Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) and its partners BP and Niko nearly slapped a nearly Rs.10,000 crores for pumping out gas that flowed to the Krishna Godavari-D6 Block from an adjoining field owned by ONGC. Reliance and its partners have been given a month to respond to the
Vice President M. Hamid Ansari Releases the book ‘An Era of Darkness: The British Empire in India.Vice President of India, M. Hamid Ansari released book ‘An Era of Darkness: The British Empire in India’ authored by Dr. Shashi Tharoor. Vice President said that the author rightly points out that British rule in India was effectively and regularly supplemented by “famine, forced migration and brutality” – the ‘three examples
The Ministry of AYUSH will be organizing the 9th Annual Meeting of International Regulatory Cooperation for Herbal Medicines (IRCH) from 8-10 November, 2016 which will be inaugurated by Minister of State for AYUSH Shri Sripad Yesso Naik at Ashoka Hotel in New Delhi. Being an active member of IRCH network since 2007 the Ministry of AYUSH has been represented in IRCH meetings held so far and has the honour
President Pranab Mukherjee has returned home after his three-day state visit to Nepal. The President described his visit as a mission of friendship that reflected the priority India attaches to strengthening its unique relationship with Nepal. At the conclusion of his state visit on Friday, President Mukherjee said, India will support Nepal in its pursuit of peace, stability and development as the two sides focus on implementing
NEW DELHI:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi today welcomed his British counterpart Theresa May, who promised at a tech summit in Delhi that travel to the UK would be made easier for Indians, saying it was vital to identify ways to deepen the trade relationship between the two countries before UK leaves the European
Consulate General of India, Dubai preferred to install the statue of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation, at its premises, and celebrate the 141st Birth Anniversary of Sardar Vallabhai Patel, popularly known as the Iron Man of India. anurag Bhushan unveiled Mahatma Gandhi statue in Dubaiii. Speaking at the event, Bhushanspot lighted how the Indian civilisation “stands out”. He spoke highly about both the
After‘Operation Calm down’ in South Kashmir, Army is now aiming on another operation’School Chalo‘, under which it identifies areas and provides students with free coaching and make them participate in extra-curricular activities. This situation was dealt on the internal front and doing that with desired results .The army had launched Operation ‘Calm Down’ in August- September to eradicate different parts of the Valley of
NEW DELHI:  India is set to host the global tobacco control conference today for the first time, where it will push for incorporating smokeless tobacco as an agenda amid a presence of delegates from about 180 countries. The Seventh Session of the Conference of Parties (COP7) to World Health Organisation (WHO) Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) to be held from November 7 to 12 at Greater
India to host IEF-IGU Ministerial Gas Forum in New Delhi. 5th IEF-IGU Ministerial Gas Forum to be held in New Delhi on 6 December 2016.It is supported by GAIL (India) Limited and the Natural Gas Society of India.  Theme:  “Gas for Growth; improving economic prosperity and living standards”. The International Energy Forum (IEF) and the International Gas Union (IGU) have set up this important dialogue platform
3 day International Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition PETROTECH-2016  inaugurated by  Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on December 5,2016.It was organised by the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural GasInternational Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition . Theme : Hydrocarbons to fuel the future: Choices and Challenges . Aim: To explore areas of growth in petroleum technology, exploration,
Legendary Sri Lankan singer and composer Pandit Amaradeva, recipient of many international honours, including Padma Shri, for his contribution to music, died after an heart attack. He was 88. Pandit Amaradeva, born Wannakuwatta Waduge Don Albert Perera, was rushed to Sri Jayewardenepura Hospital here after suddenly falling ill. The music composer drew inspiration from classical Indian ragas as well as Sri
Gurgaon: Senior Congress leader of Odisha, Lalatendu (Lulu) Bidyadhar Mohapatra, passed away at a private hospital in Gurgaon tonight. He was 52. Mohapatra was admitted to the ICU of Medanta Hospital after he sustained a brain stroke with multi-organ failure. The doctors despite all efforts could not save his life as he passed away at 10.14 PM. Mohapatra’s younger brother Lalitendu Mohapatra informed about his
MUMBAI: BJP leader Jayawantiben Mehta, who was a minister in the Vajpayee government from 1996 to 1999, passed away here today after a brief illness. She was 78. Mehta rose in the BJP ranks to become a corporator, legislator and an MP who defeated late Murli Deora from South Mumbai Lok Sabha constituency. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, in his condolence message, described her as a grassroots
India and Sri Lanka have agreed to set up a Joint Working Group (JWG) on Fisheries and hotline between their Coast Guards to address long-standing issue of fishermen from Tamil Nadu. These mechanisms aim to help find a permanent solution to the fishermen issues. The decision in this regard taken during talks between Union External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera in
National Security Advisors of India and Japan held bilateral consultations in New Delhi. During their discussions, Mr. Shotaro Yachi and Mr Ajit Doval expressed satisfaction at the implementation of important understandings reached during the visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to India in December last year. They shared a view that the Special Strategic and Global Partnership between the two countries is a
Odisha Signs Agreement To Set Up 4 More STPI Centres & Odisha To Get Gems & Jewellery Industrial Park. Naveen Patnaik lead Odisha government signing an MoU with Software Technology Parks of India (STPI) for setting up facilities at four more places. The agreement was signed to set up STPI centres at Angul, Jajpur, Jeypore in Koraput and Sambalpur. Presently STPI centres ae loacted at Rourkela,
Advancing business through agreements, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and British PM Theresa May witness exchange of MoUs in Intellectual Property and the Ease of Doing Business. Earlier, Prime Minister Modi addressed the India UK Tech Summit along with his British counterpart in Delhi. PM Modi said Science is universal but technology must be local. He also added that the India-U.K. bilateral trade has

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