Modi offers India’s COVID-19 vaccine capacity to ‘all humanity’
Prime minister says India moving ahead with third-phase trial before mass production as country’s cases, deaths surge.
India, China To Stop Sending Troops To Front, To Continue With Talks - Weekly Voice
Centre Plans Non-Tariff Barriers On Toy Imports Early Next Year
New Delhi: In line with its ambitious plan to make India a toy hub and self-reliant in the segment, the Union government is likely to go a step forward
Health Minister clarifies on USE of Final year MBBS students in COVID Duties
New Delhi: On the matter of COVID duty delegated to the MBBS students to handle the day by day rise in virus cases across the country, the MoS Health recently stated that final year MBBS students...
Govt issued Rs 6411.28 crore demand notices to pharma firms for overcharging: Minister
New Delhi: In wake of overcharging consumers on the sale of formulations at prices above the ceiling price notified by the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA), an amount to the tune of...
Why Do Indian Farmers Not Trust Govt Assurances on New Agriculture Reform Bills?
To assuage protesting farmers, New Delhi hiked the minimum guaranteed price for six crops. The government also says that diminishing the role of agricultural marketing committees would help boost farmer income.
Bihar polls: Cong gearing up for 'Mahila Kranti Sammelan' to be addressed by Priyanka Gandhi Vadra
New Delhi [India], September 27 (ANI): As women have been hailed as the 'silent force' behind Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's electoral victories in Bihar, the Congress party has decided to woo them by launching 'Mahila Kranti Sammelan' ahead of the State Assembly polls.
3 Bollywood stars questioned in drug investigation
Three Bollywood actors, including top star Deepika Padukone, were questioned by India’s narcotics agency on Saturday as part of an investigation into the movie industry’s alleged links with drug peddlers and cartels, officials said.
Air India ferries over 12 lakh people under Vande Bharat plan - The Sunday Guardian Live
NEW DELHI: Debt-ridden national carrier Air India, which is still looking for a prospective buyer, has ferried more than 12,69,000 people over the last three months under the Vande Bharat Mission. The Vande Bharat Mission is being undertaken by the Government of India and the Ministry of Civil Aviation to repatriate
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UN General Assembly: India dismisses Pakistan PM’s criticism on Kashmir issue
Imran Khan made repeated references to India and the Kashmir issue and called on the world community to prosecute Indian personnel allegedly involved in “state terrorism” and “crimes against humanity”
Unrecognised varsities operate despite blacklisting by UGC - The Sunday Guardian Live
New Delhi: Several unrecognised universities still continue to operate in different parts of the country, despite the University Grants Commission (UGC) repeatedly listing their names on its website every year. According to the list notified by the UGC in November 2019, 24 universities are listed as “Fake
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Vodafone Wins Arbitration Over Indian Capital Gains Tax Dispute
An international arbitration court has sided with telecom giant Vodafone in its long-running capital gains tax row with India, directing the Indian government to pay more than €4 million to cover some of Vodafone’s legal costs.
Rules Relaxed For Divorced Daughters For Family Pension
New Delhi: Now even a daughter of a deceased employee or pensioner would be entitled to family pension even if she had not divorced but filed a petition