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We Have Learnt Some Tough Lessons in the Year 2020: President Kovind

"We have learnt some tough lessons in the year 2020," said President Ram Nath Kovind in his address to the nation on the eve...

Remarkable Insight into How Governance in India Ought to be Upgraded

With a remarkable insight into how the governance in this country ought to be upgraded, Prime Minister Modi while addressing the Probationers of Indian...

Villagers in Andhra Pradesh To Take Governance to People’s Doorstep

On the occasion of Independence Day, the Andhra Pradesh government launched a village volunteers initiative for taking governance to the doorsteps of people by...

The Much Needed ‘Digital Revolution’ on the Right Track

For the Generation Z, it has already become a way of life – tweeting about the problems while getting a passport or writing a...

Top 5 IAS Officers Who Acted As The ‘Steel Frame’ Of Bureaucracy

BY SHANTAM SAHAI Indian Administrative Service (IAS), as described by Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel is the steel frame upon which the bureaucracy rests. No matter how...

Railway Minister launches first phase of station redevelopment Program for 23 major Railway Stations across India

New Delhi, Feb 8, 2017: Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Wednesday launched the first phase of station redevelopment programme for 23 major railway stations...

Swarna Bharat Party is only party that supports and defends all freedom: Interview with Party President Vishal Singh

By Tarun Pratap Swarna Bharat Party claims to be India's only liberal party. It came into existence almost three years ago. Party believes that India,...

Storm expected in monsoon session, Government likely to put off land bill

New Delhi: The monsoon session of parliament is expected to be stormy, which is why the government is likely to put off the controversial land...

What ails Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Housing for All’ scheme

By Abhirup Bhunia New Delhi: Less than seven years are left for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious Housing for All scheme aimed at providing a home...

New windmills will increase the production of electricity, says IWTMA chairman

Coimbatore: Tamil Nadu has over 15-year-old windmills that have a cumulative generation capacity of around 1,000 MW which can be replaced with higher capacity machines...

SECC: Union cabinet gives nod for expert group to classify caste names

New Delhi: The Union cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday gave its approval to a proposal to form an expert group under...

CCEA approves intra-state electricity transmission systems in seven states

  New Delhi: The cabinet committee on economic affairs (CCEA) on Thursday approved the setting up of intra-state electricity transmission systems in seven states at a...

Nadda launches Clean and Green campaign at AIIMS

New Delhi: To upgrade cleanliness in the major tertiary care hospitals of the country, Union Health Minister J.P. Nadda launched the Clean and Green...

670 million in rural areas live on Rs.33 per day: SECC

New Delhi: Seventy-five per cent of rural households in India have a monthly income of less than Rs.5,000 ($79), 51 per cent of households make...

Land leasing reforms can prove to be very advantageous for states

By Arvind Panagariya Land leasing laws relating to rural agricultural land in Indian states were overwhelmingly enacted during decades immediately following the independence. At the...

World Population Day: Is it time to control population explosion in India?

By Dr Rajat Arora To gauge the mammoth rise of the Indian population, the most ideal places to visit are Metro stations, airports, malls, railway...

Odisha: Government asks ODVIB to create 60,000 jobs

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government has asked the Odisha Khadi and Village Industries Board (OKVIB) to prepare a road map to generate 60,000 jobs in the...

Uttar Pradesh government assures World Bank of development

Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday assured a visiting World Bank team that it would complete all the projects funded by it in the...

86 million illiterate people in rural India, SECC exposes the reality

New Delhi: About 86 million more rural Indians have been counted as illiterate than the 2011 census data found. This is revealed by the Socio Economic and Caste Census (SECC),...

Sikkim: 24X7 crisis centre opened for suicide prevention

Gangtok: In its bid to address the high suicide rates in the state, the Sikkim government on Saturday launched a 24X7 crisis centre-cum-suicide prevention helpline...

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People Between 30-40 Years of Age Facing New-Found CVDs

By Ashish Srivastava Respiratory disorders caused by Covid-19 have taken a centre-stage during the pandemic, overshadowing other burgeoning health issues, particularly cardiovascular disorders (CVDs). With...

World Rivers Day: Unhealthy State of Yamuna Pains Green Activists

By Brij Khandelwal River lovers and green activists in Agra on 27 September celebrated the World Rivers Day, at the Etmauddaula view-point park, by cleaning...

Women Can Conceive a Child After Ovarian Tumours: Study

Researchers have found that women receiving fertility-sparing surgery for the treatment of borderline ovarian tumours are able to have children. According to the study published...

World Tourism Day: Celebs on Not Being Able to Travel in 2020

Sunday is World Tourism Day, and while the idea of travel for relaxation would seem like an impossible dream in the time of pandemic...