Bhubaneswar: Hours before the 'Bhumi Pujan' (ground breaking ceremony) for the liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal project at Dhamra Port in Odisha's Bhadrak district, the career section of the port's website was reportedly hacked.
On opening the career section of the website, a photo of a
Due to the losses being suffered by traders since the dynamic pricing system that rolled out on June 16, 2017, the petroleum dealers association or AIPDA is likely to hold a nationwide strike on July 12.
The dealers have also threaten to protest with 'No Purchase-No Sale'
A day after a series of raids on properties linked to the former Bihar Chief Minister Misa Bharti, the sleuths of the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Saturday searched a Delhi farm house that belonged to Misa Bharti.
The searches were to be conducted at the farm
Luckow: Students of Lucknow University and its associated colleges will now have online examinations for internal assessments. Also, the marks of practical examination will be updated on the website as soon the test is held.
So far, internal assessments were held in the traditional way in which drafting of
J&K: Army Jawans' convoy was assaulted by terrorist this early morning in Jammu Kashmir's Bandipura district. Three Army Jawans were wounded.
With J&K on board, country integrated economically, says Finance Minister Arun.
The terrorists aimed the convoy in Hajin area. Today's assault concurs with the first death anniversary
A heavy gunfight took place between India and Pakistan along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch dictrict, according to defense sources.
"Pakistan Army began indiscriminate firing and shelling on our positions on the LoC in Gulpur area," the sources told.
"The firing is
New Delhi: To stop the lynching of innocent Muslims by murderous mob of self proclaimed cow vigilantes on suspicion of carrying beef or consuming beef, a 'Meat Detection" kit is developed.
The kits will soon be handed to the Maharashtra Police after which it will be
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday has urged the leaders from BRICS nations to show leadership in fighting with the terrorism. Modi even asked the G20 nations to boost the economy and collectively crackdown on terror financing, safe havens "support and sponsors" of terrorism.
The government has notified the recommendations of the 7th Central Pay Commission on allowances with 34 modifications, with a total financial implication of Rs 30,748.23 crore per annum, the Finance Ministry said on Friday.
"Ministries concerned have now been advised to issue their orders on allowances
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Friday questioned the silence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on China.
"Why is our Prime Minister silent on China," Gandhi said on Twitter.
The Congress has been questioning the 'silence' of the prime minister on Chinese aggression along the border and