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Civil Aviation Ministry notifies draft passenger charter

Civil Aviation Ministry on Tuesday notified the draft of the Passenger Charter. The Passenger charter is open for public consultation and will be operational in a month’s time.  Addressing the media, Civil Aviation minister Jayant Sinha said that the draft lists measures for ensuring safety and security of passengers. This ... Read More »

No compromise on Unity and Integrity of India: Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has made it clear that soldiers have the right to retaliate any violation of peace and tranquility at the border. Speaking at 16th BSF Investiture ceremony in New Delhi, the Home Minister said that though India is the nation that propagated the call of Vasudhaiva ... Read More »

Government’s new initiative: #HumFitTohIndiaFit

After a bevy of challenges that took social media by storm recently, here’s another one that will inspire people to stay fit. Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore throws a fitness challenge to Indian citizens. On social media, the Minister’s posted his Fitness video and Challenged ... Read More »

Deadly virus  Nipah toll count rises to 10

The outbreak of Nipah virus in Kerala has so far claimed at least ten lives while two persons are still in critical condition.  Union Health Minister JP Nadda is closely monitoring the situation. He has directed for all support to be extended to Kerala in its prevention and management. Following ... Read More »

Amid outbreak in Congo, first Ebola vaccines given by WHO

The cases were in the Wangata neighbourhood of Mbandaka, a crowded port city on Congo where millions of people live in slums with no sewer system. Several public boats travel downstream over the river to the capital on a daily basis, overcrowded with people using filthy toilets with no running ... Read More »

Lava from Hawaii volcano reaches sea, creates toxic cloud

The Hawaii County Civil Defense warned the public to beware of caustic plumes of “laze” formed from two streams of hot lava gushing into the ocean after cutting across Highway 137 on the south coast of the Big Island late Saturday and early Sunday. The laze – a term combining ... Read More »

Do not play Donald Trump, Pompeo warns North Korea

Pence said that North Korea should not attempt to seek concessions from the United States for promises it did not intend to keep. “It would be a great mistake for Kim Jong Un to think he could play Donald Trump,” Pence said according to excerpts of an interview. “Well, I ... Read More »

Syria says capital ‘completely secure’, IS ousted

Pro-Syrian government forces have been battling for weeks to recover al-Hajar al-Aswad district and the adjacent Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp since driving rebels from eastern Ghouta in April. A state television presenter said the recovery of al-Hajar al-Aswad meant the area south of Damascus had been completely cleared of insurgents. ... Read More »

India demolish Australia in Thomas and Uber Cup Final

While Indian women’s team, led by Saina Nehwal, notched up a dominating 4-1 win against Australia in the second Group A match of the Uber Cup, the men’s team blanked their Australia counterparts 5-0 in the Thomas Cup Final later in the day. After going down 1-4 to Canada in ... Read More »

Kumaraswamy meets Rahul, Sonia Gandhi ahead of swearing-in

The leaders are believed to have given final touches to power-sharing arrangements in Karnataka including ministerial berths and a common agenda of an alliance. As B S Yeddyurappa stepped down as the chief minister without facing the floor test in the state Assembly as the Bharatiya Janata Party fell short of numbers, ... Read More »

US will put ‘unprecedented financial pressure’ on Iran: Pompeo

“We will apply unprecedented financial pressure on the Iranian regime. The leaders in Tehran will have no doubt about our seriousness,” Pompeo said in his first major foreign policy address since moving to the State Department from the CIA. “The sting of sanctions will only grow more painful if the ... Read More »

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