Jharkhand: Campaigning ends for the third phase: Campaigning ends for the third phase of voting in Jharkhand; All parties campaign vigorously on the last day; 17 assembly constituencies in eight districts go to the polls on Thursday.
India “walking the talk” on climate change commitments, says Prakash Javadekar at COP 25: India is “walking the talk” in its climate change commitments and has reduced emission intensity by 21 percent of its GDP while also being on track to achieve the goal of 35 percent emission reduction as promised in the Paris summit in 2015, Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Tuesday.
Judicial Officers of Bangladesh to train in India: A batch of 40 Judicial officers of Bangladesh visited the Indian High Commission in Dhaka on Tuesday. They will leave for training in India from 13-27 December. They will be training at the Judicial Academy of Madhya Pradesh in Bhopal and other judicial academies of the states.
India among top 10 countries with higher climate performance: CCPI: India, for the first time, ranks among the top 10 in this year’s Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI) presented on Tuesday at the COP25 climate summit in Madrid.
Situation in Jammu and Kashmir is completely normal, says Home Minister Amit Shah: Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that the situation in Jammu and Kashmir is completely normal.
Golden Tweet : PM Modi’s tweet re-tweeted over a million times: Adding another feather to his hat, Twitter India on Tuesday announced that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s tweet on May 23rd post BJP’s victory in the 2019 general election is the golden tweet or the most retweeted tweet of the year.
President Kovind calls for strengthening human rights at ground level: President Ram Nath Kovind today said effective strengthening of human rights at ground level is the collective task of whole society.
Hyderabad encounter case: Supreme Court to hear PIL on Wednesday: The supreme court agreed for urgent hearing to a PIL seeking SIT probe into killing of o four men, arrested on charge of gangrape and murder of a veterinarian in Telangana.
Karnataka bypoll : BJP wins 12 out of 15 seats: Voters in Karnataka handed a decisive mandate to help stabilise the four-month old Bharatiya Janata Party government, led by B.S.Yediyurappa, as it registered victory in 12 out of the total 15 constituencies in the bypolls.
Human Rights Day being observed today: Human Rights is being celebrated today. The day was adopted in 1948 by the United Nations General Assembly as the universal declaration of human rights.
Campaigning for third phase of Jharkhand assembly elections ends today: In Jharkhand, campaigning for the third phase of State Assembly elections will come to an end today.
India calls for Speedier Expansion of International Solar Alliance: Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar said there was a need to speed up International Solar Alliance to trap solar energy in a big way.
Lok Sabha passes Arms (Amendment) Bill: The Arms (Amendment) Bill, 2019 was also passed by Lok Sabha on Monday.
Lok Sabha passes Citizenship Amendment Bill: Lok Sabha has passed the Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2019 after a marathon discussion and division last night. In all, 311 members voted in favour of the bill and 80 members opposed it.
Democrats unveil two articles of impeachment against President Trump: Democrats on Tuesday charged Donald Trump with two articles of impeachment, abuse of power and obstruction of Congress by pressing his Ukraine counterpart for help in attacking his rivals in the 2020 election, making him only the third president in American history to face the ignominy.
Charge-sheet filed against former Chief Justice of Bangladesh S K Sinha in corruption case: The Anti Corruption Commission (ACC) of Bangladesh filed charge-sheet against eleven persons including the former Chief Justice of Bangladesh S.K. Sinha in a corruption case in Dhaka on Tuesday.
ICJ begins hearing on Rohingya atrocities case: The International Court of Justice (ICJ) started the hearing on the case of Rohingya atrocities by Myanmar on Tuesday; The case has been brought to the ICJ by Gambia alleging that Myanmar has violated the 1948 Genocide Convention; Gambia is backed by 57 countries of Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC).
SL working on plan to provide increased training opportunities for its govt. officials at Indian institutions: Sri Lankan government is working on a plan to provide increased training opportunities for its government officials at Indian institutions.
Abu Dhabi selected as world’s leading sports tourism destination: Abu Dhabi has been selected as the world’s leading Sports tourism Destination at the 26th edition of the World Travel Awards (WTA) being held in Muscat.
UN Chief calls for global efforts to fight corruption: United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called for global efforts to fight corruption.
Ukraine and Russia agree to implement ceasefire: Ukraine and Russia have agreed to implement a “full and comprehensive” ceasefire in eastern Ukraine by the end of 2019, after top-level talks.
Lebanon: Anti-government protesters clashes with soldiers: In Lebanon, anti-government protesters clashed on Monday with soldiers and pro-government demonstrators in front of a politician’s house in Tripoli.
Volcanic eruption in White Island of New Zealand: New Zealand police have confirmed that five people have died and eight are missing after White Island volcano erupted on Monday as tourists visited.
Government amends IEPFA Rules, 2016, to simplify refund of claims: The Investor Education & Protection Fund (Accounting, Audit, Transfer and Refund) Rules 2016 have been amended vide GSR No.571 (E) dated 14.8.2019 to simplify the process of refund of claims filed with The Investor Education & Protection Fund Authority (the Authority).
Walmart to train 50,000 MSME entrepreneurs: US retail major Walmart would open 25 institute hubs in India in next five years, which would train 50,000 entrepreneurs from the micro, small & medium enterprises (MSME) sector.
High-level panel to monitor long-term irrigation fund use: Finance Minister: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said the government will look at setting up a high-level committee to monitor use of long-term irrigation fund.
Government further reduces stock limit of onion for retailers to check hoarding: Union Government has further reduced the stock limit of onion to two tonnes from five tonnes for retailers as part of efforts to check hoarding of the kitchen staple.
13th South Asian Games concludes at Kathmandu: 13th South Asian Games concluded in Nepal on Tuesday evening; Thousands of sports lovers witnessed gala closing ceremony held at historic Dasaratha Rangshala in Kathmandu.
Players shouldn’t resort to doping, it brings bad name to India: Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju: Union Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju on Tuesday called for a rigorous campaign to bring awareness about doping. He further stated that a sense of clean sports must be inculcated in the players from the very beginning.
13th South Asian Games: India finish on top with 312 medals: On the final day of 13th South Asian Games in Nepal, India clinched 10 Gold, 2 Silver and one Bronze on Tuesday; India finished on top with 312 medals comprising 174 gold, 93 silver and 45 bronze.
13th South Asian Games concludes today:13th South Asian Games will conclude at Kathmandu in Nepal this evening.
13th South Asian Games come to close in Nepal today: 13th South Asian Games will come to a close in Nepal this evening. Indian athletes continue to dominate medals tally on the penultimate day on Monday.
WADA bans Russia from international sporting events for four years: The World Anti-Doping Agency, WADA, today banned Russia for four years, from participation in global sporting events, including the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, after accusing Moscow of falsifying data from an anti-doping laboratory.
Young man in Hyderabad spends his time and money feeding orphans: Youth is a time to fulfil dreams, a time for the ambitious to face the world of competition.
PMAY proving a blessing for many to fulfill dream of owning a house: Residing in a small village in Washim district of Maharashtra, Chand Rashid, a labourer by profession could not afford to buy his own house.