Meanwhile Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K.Stalin condoled for the dead and announced ex gratia of ₹5 lakh for the deceased families and ₹1 lakh for the severely injured from Chief Minister’s Relief Fund (CMRF).
Following allegations from numerous industries, Coal India Limited (CIL) reaffirmed on Sunday that dry fuel supply to the non-power sector has been restricted but not stopped entirely. Continue reading Coal supply is regulated but not halted in non-power sectors, says Coal India
India was ranked 101 in the Global Hunger Index (GHI) for 2021 from 94 in the previous year, trailing behind its South Asian neighbours Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal.
‘Gati Shakti’ master plan aims to increase power and speed to projects by connecting all concerned departments on one platform and infrastructure schemes of various ministries and state governments will be designed and executed with a common vision.
Considering the present crisis people should be prepared mentally and be prepared with backup plans to deal with the crisis. For instance, keeping a check on inverters and other electronic items, maintaining water stock as shortage of electricity may lead to water scarcity with that, using electricity in a responsible manner.
One of the most controversial provisions of the Indian Constitution that are antithetical to the idea of democracy always finds a place in the limelight. It is just recently, that the apex court has once again defended the necessity of the contempt provision in the Indian scheme of democracy. Continue reading Contempt of Court: Making a case for democracy
It has been done in order sensitise children and youths of the country about the cleaning of river Ganga along with other rivers. Continue reading Chacha Chaudhary is now the mascot of ‘Namami Gange’ programme
It is the first visit by PM to the new parliament building site. He interacted with the workers and did a first-hand inspection of the building.
Addressing the audience, the Minister said that there is no dearth of talent in the Union Territory of J&K but the need is to channelize that talent.
The meeting’s main topic is how to bring diesel, petrol and other petroleum products under the GST umbrella. Continue reading Today’s GST Council meeting: Will gasoline and diesel be subject to GST?
As per reports, a meeting has been called by the Home Ministry which will be chaired by the Home Secretary to discuss all the issues related to tourist visa.
In order to promote door-to-door digital banking and financial services in remote areas of Jammu and Kashmir, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Tuesday launched a mission ”One Gram Panchayat-One DIGI-Pay Sakhi” in the union territory at a function . Continue reading J&K’s remote areas to get door-to-door digital banking
India in a rebuttal said human rights in the country is a fundamental right enshrined in the Constitution and country’s independent judiciary and free media enjoys full human rights. Continue reading UN Human Rights Chief censures India on blatant use of UAPA, communication blackouts ,calls the situation “worrying”
Bringing oil items under GST, according to tax experts, will be a difficult decision for both the Centre and the states, since both stand to lose. Continue reading On September 17, the GST Council may propose bringing gasoline and diesel under the GST
To form a viable cabinet, Store might need to persuade potential center-left partners to compromise on policies ranging from oil and private ownership to Norway’s relations with the European Union. Continue reading Norway: Mega victory for left-wing opposition in elections