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Centre changes rules for drivers licence, Aadhaar updates, LPG pricing starting June 1

New Delhi/IBNS: Starting June 1, the Centre will be introducing a host of new rules pertaining to driving license, LPG cylinder usage, bank holidays and Aadhaar updates.

'New trend of govt maligning judges unfortunate': Chief Justice NV Ramana

New Delhi/IBNS: Chief Justice of India NV Ramana on Friday termed the new trend of "government maligning judges", in case judgments are not in their favour, as unfortunate.

‘Government committed to strengthen post-harvest infrastructure’

Srinagar: The Director General (DG) Horticulture, Kashmir, Ajaz Ahmad Bhat today visited Lassipora Pulwama and adjoining area to inspect various CA stores, grading lines and other post-harvest infrastructure and take stock of the functioning of these infrastructures.

Maoist violence reduced by 77 percent: Govt

New Delhi/UNI: The government on Wednesday claimed in Parliament that incidents of Maoist violence have reduced by 77 percent over the last 12 years and the "Maoist ideology is fast approaching its end" in India.

Supreme Court slams Centre over NEET SS exam changes, says 'don't treat doctors as footballs in power game'

New Delhi/IBNS: The Supreme Court on Monday slammed the Centre for announcing last-minute changes to the pattern of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Post-Graduate Super Specialty (NEET SS) exam 2021.

Acted on directions of Chief Minister: Ex-Bengal CS Alapan Bandopadhyay responds to Centre's notice

Kolkata/IBNS: Former West Bengal Chief Secretary Alapan Bandopadhyay in his response to the show cause letter by the Centre said he "acted as per the directions of the state's Chief Minister."

Former WB Chief Secretary Alapan Bandyopadhyay's conduct made severe dent to IAS:Govt sources

New Delhi/UNI: Describing the former West Bengal Chief Secretary Alapan Bandhopadhyay's conduct on May 28, the Government sources on Wednesday said that his action has made a severe dent to the prestigious Indian Administrative Service(IAS),a ‘steel frame’ of India as devised by Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel.

Farmers' protest: Seventh round of talks between Govt, farmers ends without result, next meet on Jan 8

New Delhi/UNI: The seventh round of talks between farmers representatives and the government concluded without any agreement here on Monday with both sides deciding to meet for the next round of talks on Jan 8.

Govt hits back at Oppositions' taunt on using excess rice for sanitiser manufacturing

New Delhi/IBNS: After facing criticisms from the Oppositions over the conversion of surplus rice in central godowns to ethanol for meeting the demand of sanitisers, the Centre on Tuesday slammed back claiming hygiene should not be the sole preserve of those who can afford it.

Cong says it will stand by Govt to fight on Coronavirus, 'urges' no data should be hidden

New Delhi/UNI: Stating that the party and its workers will stand by the government in all their endeavours to fight Coronavirus, the Congress on Thursday 'urged' the government to increase the testing facilities and capacity and 'no data should be hidden.'

No international aircraft shall be allowed to land in India for a week from Mar 22: Government

New Delhi/IBNS: The central government on Thursday said that no international commercial passenger aircraft will be allowed to land in India for a week beginning on Mar 22 in the wake of Novel Coronavirus.

CAA implementation 'illegal, immoral and ill-timed': Historian Ramchandra Guha

New Delhi/IBNS: Amid nationwide protests, historian Ramchandra Guha on Monday said the government's decision to implement the  Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) is "illegal, immoral and ill-timed."

Opposition protests in Lok Sabha against government for rushing through bills

New Delhi, Aug 1 (UNI): Opposition parties, including Congress, Trinamool Congress and Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK), protested in Lok Sabha on Thursday saying the government was 'rushing' the bills through and that they cannot be taken for granted.

Congress demands government to withdraw price hike in LPG cooking gas cylinders

New Delhi, June 1 (UNI) Congress on Saturday expressed concern over increase in the price of subsidised and non-subsidised LPG cooking gas cylinders on the first day of the second term of the Modi Government and demanded to withdraw it in public interest.

Meghalaya govt colluded with illegal miners: Report

New Delhi, Jan 14 (IBNS): A citizens' report prepared by 22 activists says the Meghalaya government "actively colluded in helping coal miners" illegally extract coal and transport it in “blatant violation of both the National Green Tribunal and Supreme Court orders”, The Indian Express said.