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Another proud day for ISRO

- Ardas Sandhu   23-06-2017

India is building fast on its monitoring capacity. Today, ISRO launched yet another satellite. It is eye-in-the-sky kind that sent images when surgical strikes were going on across the LoC last September.This one is called ‘Carosat 2’.   Carosat 2 will be orbiting the earth from 500 Km above. Scientists

10,000 more NGOs going to lose license

- Abhishek Kumar   21-06-2017

More than 10,000 NGOs are under scanner by the Union Home Ministry on the FCRA (Foreign Contribution Regulation Act) violation. It is being speculated that the license may be cancelled as they haven’t furnished the rule to file annual return for last 5 years. NGOs that receive foreign aid are

Huge gaps appear between CBSE's fist and revised marks

- Abhishek Kumar   19-06-2017

A student had shocked to see 42 marks in his Math paper in CBSE conducted 12th Exam, published on 26 May. The student applied for the verification of marks and after verification process 90 marks has been given. Another student got finally 95 marks in Math paper after verification, which was earlier 68. Some access

At JNU, student union members heckled by professors

- Abhishek Kumar   17-06-2017

Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union (JNUSU) members alleged that they were heckled and manhandled by some teaching and non-teaching staffs at the university’s Academic Council meeting held yesterday. Actually, the unfinished 142nd Academic Council meeting rescheduled to meet on 16th June was invited to discuss the agenda

Army Deployed in Darjeeling over Massive Violence

- Abhishek Kumar   16-06-2017

Darjeeling is burning again. One side is Gorkha people, who are agitating, now by arsons and stone pelting on security forces over GJM’s (Gorkha Janmukti Morcha) chief Bimal Gurung’s residence raid amid several protests. Now, several columns of the Army have been deployed in Darjeeling to

Separate Gorkhaland demand again comes with slogans

- Abhishek Kumar   14-06-2017

Gorkhaland demand comes into the limelight once again. This time, imposition of Bengali language compulsorily in the schools of Darjeeling hilly areas has sparked the row. People from the hilly regions gathered under the banner of Gorkhaland Janmukti Morcha (GJM). Recently, Mamata Banerjee led Trinmool Congress party government makes Bengali


- Mahima Khatter   13-06-2017

The Maharajas’ Express, a cognate to fine luxury travel that combines the princely grandeur with modern comforts, is the world’s leading splendour train, started in 2010, owned and operated by IRCTC, which runs across the north-west and central India, mainly focussed on Rajasthan between the months of October

Super 30 of Anand Kumar gives 100% result this year too

- Abhishek Kumar   12-06-2017

Anand Kumar’s Super 30 did it once again. 30 out of 30 students passed India’s most coveted exam of engineering, IIT JEE this year. Like its previous records, most of the students who received success in this toughest engineering exam in India belong to weaker sections of the society.

MP govt. now trying to douse the anger of agitating farmers

- Abhishek Kumar   09-06-2017

After a horrific incident of 5 farmers’ death in police firing, the Madhya Pradesh govt. is trying all to douse the anger of agitating farmers. CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan ordered constituting Rs. 1000 crore price stabilization fund and announced that the pulses will be procured soon directly from the farmers in

First fly mission of nation's pride

- Chhavi Bansal   07-06-2017

Creating history the Indian Air Force (IAF) introduced its first batch of female fighter pilots on 18th June 2016. On this proud day, the nation got its first girl’s fighter pilot trio—Avani Chaturvedi, Bhawana Kanth and Mohana Singh. Ms Avani from Madhya Pradesh got inspired by her

GSLV Mk III Rocket: The Game Changer

- Chhavi Bansal   06-06-2017

India dreamt of putting up into space when Indian National Committee for Space Research (INCOSPAR) was set up by the Government of India in 1962 under the guidance of India's first honourable Prime Minister Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru and his closest friend Vikram Sarabhai. Further following the vision and mission of

India's ballestic Prithvi-II missile successfully tested

- Jimmy Gupta   02-06-2017

Another successful attempt has been taken by India in terms of Missile test. Today on 10:56 a.m. from Odisha’s Chandipur India successfully test fired its indigenously developed Prithvi-II ballistic missile. The capability of the Prithvi-II missile is very high as it carries 500 kg to 1,000 kg of warheads, and

Kota-- The Suicide capital of India

- Pranjal Joshi   31-05-2017

Kota, a city in Rajasthan well-known for its coaching institutes has been the suicide capital of India for nearly two decades now. Students, most of who are teenagers and are busy preparing for engineering and medical entrance exams in different coaching institutes are over-burdened and have very high level of

3 day Toastmasters Oration Conference ends at Chandigarh

- Pranjal Joshi   31-05-2017

A three day conclave of the Toastmasters International was held at the Taj Hotel in Chandigarh and got concluded on 28th May 2017.The conclave started on 26th May with a welcome address by Shri V.P. Singh Badnore who is the Honorable Governor of Punjab and the administrator of Chandigarh.

The Fourth IGC between Modi and Merkel in Berlin

- Jimmy Gupta   30-05-2017

Continuing four-nation visits today Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Germany today. After getting a ceremonial welcome the Indian PM Modi and German Chancellor Angela Merkel started the fourth round of the biannual Inter-Governmental Consultations (IGC) in Berlin. External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Gopal Baglay tweeted, "PM Narendra Modi and

Marginalized low-caste women biggest victim of sexual exploitation

- Himanshu Yadav   30-05-2017

Tribal ladies in India are among those in minimised groups far and wide that have the most casualties of sexual misuse, activists said on Monday. According to the activists, sexual slavery is common in these communities and it is also widespread in the countries like Canada, some districts of the

This beautiful Odisha Girl of 12 would represent India at 'Little Miss University 2017' beauty pageant

- Himanshu Yadav   29-05-2017

The Little Miss Universe 2017 is one of the most coveted beauty pageant shows that would filter out the most beautiful, smart and intelligent girl in the Universe. Padmalaya Nanda, a 12-year-old girl from Odisha would be representing India at the Little Miss Universe beauty contest which would be held in

'Beef fest' organised in IIT Madras after Kerala.

- Jimmy Gupta   29-05-2017

After Kerala, IIT Madras taste the beef fest. On Sunday night, a group of students of IIT Madras showed disrespect against the Center recent order of selling cattle for the slaughter purpose. They organised a beef festival in IIT Madras showing their agitation against the Center recent order against selling

Dhola-Sadiya bridge, India’s longest river bridge inaugurated

- Abhishek Kumar   26-05-2017

Today, PM Narendra Modi inaugurated India’s longest river bridge, which is 9.15 km long over the Lohit river, a tributary of the Brahmaputra. The bridge connects Assam and Arunachal Pradesh in one-go. Travelling between Assam and Arunachal Pradesh, total time will be taken just one hour, which was earlier

Goodbye to Navy Frigate INS Ganga

- Jimmy Gupta   26-05-2017

On 28 May, Indian Navy frigate INS Ganga will serve last for the country. After providing its 32 years to Indian Navy it is retiring 28 May this year. INS Ganga was commissioned on December 30 1985, and it is a Godavari-class guided-missile frigate of the Indian Navy. The Godavari class plays an important role


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