Tuesday , 26 March 2019
TRENDING NOW

Uncategorized

Yoga in schools: Yes or No?

Declared by United Nations in December 2014, India along with countries from across the globe celebrates 3rd International Yoga Day today. Apart from New Delhi, various Yoga programmes are being held in all states. While the benefits of Yoga are plentiful, on this day, NT BUZZ gets the pulse of people on whether or not Yoga should be made compulsory ... Read More »

Monsoon expected to hit Goa on June 5

NT NETWORK   PANAJI The India meteorological department has said the monsoon is expected to hit the state on June 5. According to actual rainfall forecast released by the IMD, Goa will observe pre-monsoon rainfall during the end of this  month or beginning of June, and actual rainfall is expected to hit the state on June 5 exactly four days ... Read More »

Leniency towards suspension of driving licences

ABDUL WAHAB KHAN  | NT PANAJI Despite the directions from the Supreme Court-appointed committee to strictly implement traffic laws and suspend driving licences of violators for a period of three months, the transport department has been lenient towards such traffic rule violators.   It has   suspended only 20 per cent of the licences which had been recommended for suspension. The transport ... Read More »

TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS ON THE RISE

  Notwithstanding the rise in fatal road accidents, not only in the state but across the country, the two – wheeler riders and motor vehicle drivers continue to flout the traffic norms flagrantly. Please like & share: Read More »

FBI puts Indian who killed his wife on its ‘Most Wanted List’

PTI   Washington The FBI has added a Indian national on its top 10 “Most Wanted List” and offered up to US$ 1,000,00 reward for any information leading to his arrest, two years after he allegedly killed his wife inside a Dunkin Donuts restaurant and subsequently went missing. Bhadreshkumar Chetanbhai Patel, a native of India, is the newest addition to ... Read More »

Coping with exam stress positively

With the examinations fast approaching, stress levels are high among students. But why get stressed during exam time? That won’t help in any way because at the end of the day, you will answer the questions with what you have understood through the year. So instead, try to put those negative feelings aside and find positive and healthy ways to ... Read More »

FDA confiscates sub-standard food brought for Carnival

Food and Drugs Administration on Friday confiscated sub-standard food items brought for Carnival and burnt it down. Cases are booked against a Madgao-based vendor and Aurangabad-based supplier. It included items like samosas to chips to padi. FDA says these items could cause cancer. Please like & share: Read More »

VIOLENCE DOES NOT PAY:

Bastia’s supporters arrive for the opening trial of the SC Bastia football club supporters, sentenced in first instance to fines for violence against French police during the football match between Reims and Bastia, at the appeal court of Reims Please like & share: Read More »

Let Employability Be Heart Of Education

AMIT KAPOOR   IF the buzz around Hyperloop materialises, a commute between Chennai and Bengaluru can be a matter of 30 minutes. The advent of Artificial Intelligence can revolutionise homes around the world and our way of living along with it. Robotics can completely transform factory operations. Self-driven cars can make driving a thing of the past. Please like & ... Read More »

4 militants, 2 army men killed in J&K encounter

KULGAM: Four militants, two army personnel and a civilian were killed in a fierce gunfight in the wee hours Sunday at a hideout shared by the banned Lashker-e-Taiba (LeT) and Hizbul Mujahideen in a village in south Kashmir. Please like & share: Read More »