Pollution dipped in last 3 years, still Delhi to have
In the last three
years, pollution in Delhi decreased by 25 per cent. This is what Delhi Chief
Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on September 6 but just seven days later, he
announced ‘Odd-Even’ scheme for private vehicles from November 4 to 15 to
Air India orders probe into technical glitch in
Embarrassed over technical glitch in the plane that was
scheduled to fly President Ram Nath Kovind from Switzerland’s Zurich to Slovenia
on Sunday, national carrier Air India has ordered probe into the issue.
Preparing a perfect cup of tea is art: Nimrat Kaur
Actress Nimrat Kaur says that she starts her day with a cup
of tea and preparing the “perfect” one is “art”.
Lots of potential but need good coaches to harness it:
P.V. Sindhu sent
waves around the badminton world when she waltzed her way to a maiden World
Championship gold medal last month.
Modi asks people to share ideas for ‘Howdy’ speech
Ahead of his ‘Howdy Modi’ appearance in Houston, Prime
Minister Narendra Modi on Monday asked people to share their ideas for his
address there on September 22.
Veteran journalist Ajay Singh President’s new Press Secy
Veteran journalist Ajay Kumar Singh has been appointed as
Press Secretary to the President of India.
CBI seeks Bengal govt’s help to grill IPS officer Kumar
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Monday sought
the West Bengal government’s help to grill senior IPS officer Rajeev Kumar
in connection with the Saradha ponzi scam.
JEE Advanced exam to be held on May 17
Indian Institute of Delhi (IIT-D) will conduct the Joint
Entrance Examination (JEE-Advanced) for 2020 for admissions in all the 23
IITs on May 17, 2020.
Panghal among 4 Indian boxers to seek quarterfinal spot
at AIBA Men’s World Championships
Four Indian boxers will hunt a quarter-final berth as the
pre-quarter-final action begins on Tuesday at the AIBA Men’s World
Championships in Ekaterinburg, Russia. Leading the charge will be Asian Games
gold medallist Amit Panghal (52 kg) as he seeks his first medal from the World
RBI expands BBPS coverage to all categories
The Reserve Bank of India on Monday expanded the Bharat Bill Payment System coverage to included all categories of billers, except prepaid recharges.
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