Friday , 24 February 2017

National News

UP polls: over 61% voting in phase four 

LUCKNOW: The fourth phase of polling for 53 assembly constituencies of Uttar Pradesh on Thursday  passed off amid stray incidents of violence, with an estimated over 61 per cent voter turnout. Please like & share: Read More »

3 soldiers, woman killed in Kashmir terror attack 

SRINAGAR: Militants of pro-Pakistan Hizb-ul-Mujahideen terror group ambushed an Army convoy, killing three personnel and wounding five others, including two officers, in south Kashmir’s Shopian district on Thursday. A civilian caught in crossfire was also killed. Please like & share: Read More »

BJP triumphs in Maharashtra civic polls

Shiv Sena workers  take out a victory rally in Mumbai on Thursday

  MUMBAI: The Bharatiya Janata Party and the Shiv Sena on Thursday finished neck-to-neck and were engaged in a tussle  to control India’s richest and biggest civic body, the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation. Please like & share: Read More »

‘Blood stem cell donation laws adequate in India’

KOLKATA: Laws regarding blood stem cell transplants in India are “adequate” at the moment, celebrated bone marrow transplant expert Mammen Chandy said on Thursday, adding that no unethical practices were going on in the country. Please like & share: Read More »

‘ABVP foments trouble in educational campuses’

NEW DELHI: The AAP on Thursday claimed that ABVP activists themselves raise anti-India slogans and foment trouble in educational campuses, a day after violent clashes at Ramjas College here involving the RSS-backed students body. Please like & share: Read More »

BJP, Congress members trade blows in Gujarat Assembly, two hurt

GANDHINAGAR: The Gujarat Assembly witnessed stormy scenes on Thursday as members of the ruling BJP and opposition Congress came to blows over suicides of farmers in the state, leaving Minister Nirmala Wadhvani and Congress member Baldev Thakore injured. Please like & share: Read More »

SC says industrial units must have effluent treatment plants

PTI NEW DELHI The Supreme Court on Wednesday passed a slew of directions to curb the release of untreated waste in water bodies and asked state pollution control boards not to allow industrial units to work if they do not have functional primary effluent treatment plants, after giving them notice. A bench headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar directed ... Read More »

Name, shame errant doctors: Maneka on excessive C-sections

PTI NEW DELHI Doctors who carry out Caesarean operations without a valid medical reason must be “named and shamed”, said Union Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi who has also written to the health minister on the issue. Gandhi wants Health Minister J P Nadda to make it mandatory for hospitals to display their rate of Caesarean, also known ... Read More »

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