PM Modi to address the 51st Convocation Ceremony of IIT Delhi on November 7:Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be the Chief Guest at the 51st Annual Convocation Ceremony of IIT Delhi and will address the Convocation on 7th November at 11 AM via video conferencing.
Take a look at the UGC guidelines for reopening colleges and universities:The University Grants Commission(UGC) has framed Guidelines for the universities and colleges for reopening their campuses.
Declaration of private sector on Climate Change is a historic step: Prakash Javadekar:Environment, Forest and Climate Change Minister Prakash Javadekar has said, India is on the way forward towards achieving its commitments done at the Paris agreement and the country is acting on its Nationally Determined Contributions(NDC’s).
Army Chief Gen. Naravane conferred the honorary rank of General of Nepali Army:The Chief of Army Staff General MM Naravane was conferred the honorary rank of General of the Nepali Army by President Bidya Devi Bhandari on Thursday.
Delhi’s air quality deteriorates further to ‘severe‘:The air quality in the Delhi-NCR region deteriorated further and reached the severe category on Thursday morning.
Unilateral decision by Pakistan runs against spirit of Kartarpur Sahib Corridor: India condemns Pak move to transfer management:India has condemned Pakistan’s unilateral decision to transfer management and maintenance of Gurudwara Kartarpur Sahib from a body run by Sikh community to a non-Sikh body.
India’s quest to become Aatmanirbhar is not just a vision but a well-planned economic strategy: PM Modi at Global Investor Roundtable:Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired the Virtual Global Investor Roundtable (VGIR) on Thursday.
Army Chief Gen. Naravane meets Nepali Army chief; equipment for field hospitals and ventilators gifted:Chief of Army Staff, Indian Army, General MM Naravane arrived in Kathmandu on Wednesday for a three-day official visit to Nepal, on the invitation of General Purna Chandra Thapa, Chief of Army Staff, Nepali Army. General MM Naravane was received at the airport by Lieutenant General Prabhu Ram Sharma, CGS Nepali Army and officials of the Indian Embassy.
India’s COVID-19 recovery rate reaches 92.20 %:India has leaped across a significant milestone in its fight against COVID.
Nearly 12.10 lakh COVID samples tested in last 24 hrs across country:The country has crossed another milestone in terms of COVID testing.
Last day of poll campaigning in Bihar:In Bihar, the campaigning for the Third and Final Phase of State Assembly Elections will come to an end this evening.
Army Chief General on a visit to Nepal:Chief of Army Staff General Manoj Naravane started his three-day Nepal tour by visiting religious places on Wednesday.
2nd batch of 3 Rafale aircraft lands at Jamnagar Air Base in Gujarat:The second batch of three Rafale aircraft landed at Jamnagar Air Base in Gujarat Wednesday evening.
12 killed in fire incident in chemical factory near Ahmedabad:In Gujarat, 12 persons including 5 women were killed and about 14 injured following the fire and building collapse incident on Pirana –Piplaj road near Ahmedabad on Wednesday.
US Presidential Election: Results awaited from key states:Counting of votes for the Presidential election is underway in United States.
New air service started between India and Bangladesh:A new air service between India and Bangladesh under the air-bubble arrangement started on Thursday.
Bangladesh signs MoU with Indian Company for collecting 3 crore COVID 19 vaccine:An MoU was signed on Thursday between the government of Bangladesh, Beximco Pharmaceutical Ltd and the Serum Institute of India (SII) for priority delivery of 3 crore COVID 19 vaccine doses.
China suspends entry of foreigners from India, UK, Philippines, Belgium; other countries may get affected soon:China has once again suspended the entry into China of foreign nationals holding valid Chinese visas or residence permits.
Mauritius oil spill clean-up likely to be completed by January: Ship owner:The clean-up of the massive oil spill in August from a vessel off Mauritius will likely be mostly completed by January, the bulk carrier’s owner, Japan’s Nagashiki Shipping, said on Thursday.
Italy to impose national curfew amid rising COVID-19 cases:Italy decided Wednesday to impose a nationwide curfew and new lockdowns in some of its regions to stem a surge in coronavirus cases, following European neighbors in introducing new restrictions.
US COVID-19 cases approach 9.5 mln:The total number of COVID-19 cases in the United States approached 9.5 million on Wednesday, according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University.
Pennsylvania governor calls for every vote to count:The battle over the vote played out on Wednesday in Pennsylvania, which has not finalized it vote count in the presidential race, as President Donald Trump’s campaign has asked to intervene in a pending U.S. Supreme Court case over whether Pennsylvania should be permitted to accept late-arriving ballots sent by Election Day.
First Committee of UNGA adopts annual resolution tabled by India:First Committee of UN General Assembly has adopted annual resolution tabled by India “Measures to prevent terrorists from acquiring weapons of mass destruction”.
Australia signs two more COVID-19 vaccine deals:Australia signed two deals on Thursday (November 5) to buy 40 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines from Novavax and 10 million from Pfizer and BioNTech as the country’s virus hot spot reported zero cases for the sixth straight day.
China parries question regarding its stand on ‘Gilgit-Baltistan’:The Chinese double speak has come to the fore once again. At a press conference in Beijing, the foreign ministry spokesman parried a direct response to its stand on Pakistan granting provincial status to Gilgit-Baltistan in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir.
5th Joint Working Group on Coal held virtually between India and Indonesia:ndia successfully hosted the 5th Joint Working Group (JWG) on Coal between India and Indonesia on Thursday through video conference from New Delhi due to travel restrictions on account of Covid-19 pandemic.
Government’s massive encouragement for ‘Other Service Provider’ industry in BPO and ITeS sectors:With an aim to qualitatively improve the Ease of Doing Business of the IT Industry particularly Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) and IT Enabled Services, the Government has drastically simplified the Other Service Provider(OSP) guidelines of the Department of Telecom.
#VocalForLocal: This Diwali, Khadi India offers diyas online:Khadi’s online sale has brought good fortune for its empowered potters this Diwali.
Paddy procurement during current Kharif season goes up by over 20%:Paddy procurement in the ongoing kharif season has shown an increase of 20.18% over last year.
RT-PCR tests conducted at National Archery camp in Pune:As per the Standard Operating Procedures established by the Sports Authority of India, campers who are a part of the National Archery camp currently in progress at the Army Sports Institute, Pune were given a RT-PCR test to know their Covid-19 status.
Nadal survives Lopez scare in Paris to claim 1,000th win:Top seed Rafael Nadal was handed an opening night fright by his good friend Feliciano Lopez at the Paris Masters on Wednesday, but rallied to beat his fellow Spaniard 4-6 7-6(5) 6-4 and claim his 1,000th ATP Tour win.
Saffron bowl of India extends to the Northeast:The saffron bowl, which was so far confined to Kashmir, may soon expand to the North East of India.
Global wind energy set for five years of record growth: Research:Wind energy will achieve a record growth globally over the next five years, according to the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) trade association.
Italy posts daily record of 34,505 new coronavirus cases as deaths surge:Italy has registered 34,505 new coronavirus infections over the past 24 hours, the health ministry said on Thursday, its highest ever daily tally and up from 30,550 on Wednesday.
Russia’s COVID-19 situation is alarming but under control: Kremlin:The Kremlin said on Thursday that the coronavirus situation in Russia was alarming, but that it was nonetheless still under control.
Cardinal Health, AmerisourceBergen book billions in costs related to opioid lawsuits:Drug distributors AmerisourceBergen Corp and Cardinal Health Inc on Thursday reported $7.62 billion in costs between them related to the thousands of lawsuits alleging they helped fuel the U.S. opioid crisis.
WHO-led COVID drug scheme doubles down on antibodies, steroids and shuns remdesivir:A World Health Organization-led scheme to supply COVID-19 drugs to poor countries is betting on experimental monoclonal antibody treatments and steroids but shunning Gilead’s GILD.O remdesivir therapy, an internal document shows.
How to live your life without discomfort while suffering from varicose veins:To understand varicose veins, firstly it is necessary to understand the functionality of veins.