Lok Sabha passes 2 Bills with voice vote amidst din:Opposition disrupts Parliament for 9th consecutive day; Government reiterates willingness to discuss all issues on the floor of the house; Lok Sabha passes Payment of Gratuity Amendment and Special Relief Amendment Bills amid the din.
All 6 Rajya Sabha candidates from Bihar elected unopposed:All six candidates of Rajya Sabha from Bihar have been declared elected, unopposed.
Jammu& Kashmir: 3 terrorists arrested in Budgam:Three terrorists arrested with arms and ammunition in Budgam, Jammu and Kashmir, BJP leader Anwar Khan narrowly escapes attack by terrorists in Pulwama; One policeman injured.
PM to inaugurate 105th Indian Science Congress in Imphal:PM Modi to inaugurate the 105th Indian Science Congress in Imphal on Friday; The theme is reaching the unreached through science and technology; The prestigious event is being held in Manipur for the first time and for the second time in the North-East.
India: Normal to call High Commissioner for consultations:India refuses to be drawn into any controversy regarding Pakistan’s decision to call its High commissioner for consultations.
Government appeals for smooth functioning of Parliament:Government appeals to all political parties to allow the Parliament to function as Opposition continues to disrupt both Houses; Home Minister Rajnath Singh says, government ready to discuss any issue.
Delhi Metro Pink Line inaugurated:Union Minister for Housing and Urban Affairs Hardeep Singh Puri and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal ceremonially flagged it off from the Metro Bhawan during a function.
Fodder scam: Special CBI court to pronounce its judgment today:Besides Lalu Prasad, another former Chief Minister Jagannath Mishra and 30 others are accused in this case.
India offers Madagascar USD 80 million LoC for agriculture & mechanisation:India offers Madagascar 80 million dollar LoC for agriculture and mechanisation; President Ram Nath Kovind says, India has been sharing its developmental experience with Madagascar and is happy to cooperate in the fields such as health, education, and sanitation.
Home Minister calls upon Police Forces of various countries to defeat cyber crime:Home Minister said that serious crimes take place because the police and citizens do not work together to prevent decay of social norms and social disorder.
Chhattisgarh: Naxals set machines, vehicles engaged in road work on fire:The incident came a day after Maoists blew up an anti- landmine vehicle, killing nine CRPF personnel and injuring two others, in the neighbouring Sukma district.
Cabinet okays MoUs between India and Iran in health, medicine:India and Iran share several common features in their language, culture and traditions, and also share a common legacy of using herbal medicines.
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CCEA approves continuation of ongoing urea subsidy scheme beyond 12th Five Year Plan:This decision implies that there will be no increase in price of urea, till 2020.
PM Modi to address farmers on March 17 at annual Krishi Unnati Mela:Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address farmers on Saturday at the annual Krishi Unnati Mela in New Delhi. Briefing reporters in New Delhi, Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh said, the objective of the 3-day mela is to create awareness to farmers about the latest agriculture related technological developments.
Oklahoma to become first US state to use nitrogen gas for executions:Nitrogen is an odorless and tasteless gas that makes up about 78 per cent of the air humans breathe but causes death when inhaled without any oxygen.
RBI guv Urjit Patel calls for more powers over state-run banks:Referring to the very limited authority of the central bank,the RBI Governor said the RBI cannot remove PSB directors and management, it cannot enforce mergers in PSBs nor it can trigger liquidation of state-owned banks.
World Bank and rating agency Fitch bullish on India’s growth:Double thumbs up for Indian economy as World Bank and rating agency Fitch peg India’s growth at 7.3% and 7.5 per cent in next fiscal and 2019-2020;
World Bank and rating agency Fitch bullish on India’s growth:Double thumbs up for Indian economy as World Bank and rating agency Fitch peg India’s growth at 7.3% and 7.5 per cent in next fiscal and 2019-2020; World Bank says, India’s growth story is remarkably stable and resilient, lauds govt for undertaking economic reforms and controlling inflation.
Big relief to Farmers: Urea subsidy to continue till 2020:Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs approves continuation of Urea Subsidy scheme till 2020 at a cost of 1 lakh 65 thousand crore rupees; Cabinet nod also given for direct benefit transfer for disbursement of fertiliser subsidy.
Badminton: Sindhu in third round of All England Open:India shuttler P.V Sindhu edged past Nitchaon Jindapol of Thailand in the second round to advance in the All England Open in Birmingham on Thursday.
India re-enters Top 100 in FIFA rankings:Good news for India in football; Indian football team re-enters the top-100 of the FIFA world rankings and is now placed 99th in the latest chart released on Thursday.
World Consumers Right Day observed:World Consumers Right Day was observed on Thursday; Government’s new Consumer protection Bill deals strictly with adulteration and misleading advertising; PM says Government is not only focusing on consumer protection but also consumer prosperity.