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58,336 quintals of sugar lying unsold at Sanjivani factory

PONDA: The loss-making 46-year-old Sanjivani sugar factory at Dayanandnagar-Dharbandora which is struggling to start its annual crushing season this year seems to have invited more trouble as the factory’s produce of last season is lying unsold in the godown. Please like & share: Read More »

Naxalism, militancy are down, says Rajnath

MANDI (HP): Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday said that in the past four years Maoist activities had come down to eight districts while militancy in the north-east has decreased by 80 per cent. Please like & share: Read More »

INDIA DIGEST

SC entrusts all Bihar shelter home probes to CBI NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday handed over the investigation into all the 17 cases of sexual abuse and exploitation of children at shelter homes in Bihar to the CBI. Please like & share: Read More »

CBI carries out searches across 6 states in NIOS fraud case

NEW DELHI: The CBI carried out searches at 26 locations across six states at the premises of National Institute of Open Schooling, its former officials and study centres in a case of alleged mal-practices in class Xth and XIIth examinations of 2017 conducted by NIOS in which 1800 candidates are under scanner, officials said Wednesday. Please like & share: Read More »

Gene-edited baby trial ‘paused’: China scientist

Hong Kong: The Chinese scientist who claims to have created the world’s first genetically-edited babies said Wednesday the trial had been paused, following an international outcry over the highly controversial procedure. Please like & share: Read More »

Imran extends olive branch to India, says war not an option

Kartarpur (Pakistan): Reaching out to India in a big way, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wedenesday said it will be madness to think of war between the two nuclear-armed states and that friendship was the only option even as he asserted that the Army and political leadership in Islamabad were on the same page on improving ties with New ... Read More »

‘India needs smart laws to run smart cities’

KOLKATA: A forum of researchers, architects, urban planners and lawyers on Tuesday emphasised on the importance of bringing necessary changes in India’s legislative framework to aid sustainable urbanisation and develop smart cities in the country. Please like & share: Read More »

Petrol price dips below Rs 74 mark

NEW DELHI: Petrol price Wednesday fell below Rs 74 per litre mark for the first time since April as the six-week long price reduction spree wiped off all of the massive price hikes witnessed in petrol and diesel rates earlier this year. Please like & share: Read More »