At current pace, all eligible Indians to get jabs in over 3 yrs
This shooting champion is now contesting UP Panchayat polls
Will AP's middle income groups land scheme dent real estate cos?
  • Will AP's middle income groups land scheme dent real estate cos?(13:20)
    By Sharon Thambala

    Amaravati, April 11 (IANS) The Andhra Pradesh government has initiated a demand survey for middle income groups housing scheme near municipal corporations and municipalities, which on fructification could give a run for the money to realtors.

Pakistan's old tune on Kashmir (Column: Spy's Eye)
  • Pakistan's old tune on Kashmir (Column: Spy's Eye)(09:20)
    By D.C. Pathak

    Prime Minister Imran Khan in his response to the message of greetings sent to him on Pakistan Day, March 23, by Prime Minister Modi, again pitched in with the 'dispute' on Kashmir as the central plank of Indo-Pak peace and parroted the Pak stand that without the resumption of talks on Kashmir an environ of harmony between the two neighbours could not be recreated. There was no regret expressed in Imran's bland sounding message over the violence inflicted on Kashmir through cross-border terrorism in spite of the fact that the Indian Prime Minister had specifically pointed out that an atmosphere of trust 'devoid of terror and hostility' was needed to restore cordial relations between the 'people of the two countries'.

Amarinder compromised interests of Punjab: Sukhbir Badal
  • Amarinder compromised interests of Punjab: Sukhbir Badal(19:02)

    Chandigarh, April 10 (IANS) Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal on Saturday said Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh should resign for compromising the interests of the state by being hand in glove with the BJP-led Centre in punishing the farmers protesting against the three agricultural laws.

Karnataka police detains striking transport employees' leader
  • Karnataka police detains striking transport employees' leader(15:52)

    Belagavi, April 10 (IANS) A day after invoking provisions of the Karnataka Industrial Disputes Act against the ongoing transport employees strike, Karnataka police on Saturday detained Kodihalli Chandrashekar who is leading the Karnataka state owned transport employees' strike, in this district headquarters town, sources said.

Genes can help spot potential drugs for early Covid treatment
Visually-impaired Chinese climber aims to summit Everest
Amid row, Punjab to start procurement of 130 lakh tonnes of wheat
  • Amid row, Punjab to start procurement of 130 lakh tonnes of wheat(21:16)

    Chandigarh, April 9 (IANS) With the 'arhtiyas' announcing a boycott of wheat procurement in Punjab beginning on Saturday owing to direct payment to farmers on the purchase of food grains, the state's Mandi Board Chairman Lal Singh said they were fully geared up to accomplish the challenging task of procurement amid the pandemic.

India rejects US contention that its domestic maritime law violates UN convention
Development projects in J&K get wings post August 5, 2019
Panchayat campigning 'going to dogs', literally (IANS Special)
Italy asked to deposit Rs 10cr for Kerala fishermen's families
Deshmukh case: CBI questions Vaze again
  • Deshmukh case: CBI questions Vaze again(12:44)

    Mumbai, April 9 (IANS) The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Friday continued the questioning of arrested Mumbai Police officer Sachin Vaze for the second consecutive day in connection with the preliminary enquiry it registered for a probe into allegations of corruption against former state Home Minister Anil Deshmukh.

Sunni Board to challenge ASI survey order for Gyanvapi mosque
  • Sunni Board to challenge ASI survey order for Gyanvapi mosque(09:34)

    Lucknow, April 9 (IANS) The Uttar Pradesh Sunni Central Waqf Board has said that it will challenge the Varanasi court order, allowing archaeological survey to take place at the Kashi Vishwanath-Gyanvapi mosque site, in the higher court.

Ministry to roll out planning exercise of Jal Jeevan Mission