BJP Central Government Congress Indian Subcontinent Parliament Voice

Congress claim CAG report of irregutlatires in BharatNet scam resulted removal of Ravishankar Prasad

In its preliminary finding, the CAG has said the Narendra Modi government’s BharatNet programme, which intends to connect six lakh villages with high-speed Internet, failed to take off due to financial irregularities.   Quoting this preliminary report by the Comptroller Auditor General of India (CAG), the Congress on Saturday claimed that large scale corruption is Read More…

High Court Life Style South India Voice

illegitimate parents may be yes but not illegitimate children rules High court

In a landmark judgment, a Karnataka High Court bench has observed that the law must recognize the fact “there may be illegitimate parents but there can never be illegitimate children.   The bench headed by Justice B.V. Nagarathna striking out the clause prescribed by the Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Ltd (KPTCL) in this regard, made Read More…

Corona Virus medical Opinion

Delta variants deaths start increasing says WHO Chief Ghebreyesus

The spread of the Delta variant, along with increased social mobility and the inconsistent use of proven public health measures, is driving an increase in both case numbers and deaths, WHO Chief Ghebreyesus said at the 8th meeting of the International Health Regulations Emergency Committee on Wednesday.   “And after 10 weeks of declines, deaths Read More…

Indian Subcontinent Supreme Court Voice

Supreme Court upset with increase of FIRs under Section 66A IT act

The Supreme Court has taken serious note after learning that people are still being booked and tried under Section 66A of the Information Technology Act,  This even six years after the top court struck down the provision as “unconstitutional and a violation of free speech”.   A bench headed by Justice R.F. Nariman and comprising Read More…

BJP Congress North India Opinion

Uttarakhand people seen 3 BJP CMs in four years

BJP ruled Uttarakhand has now  its third chief minister (CM) in four years.  The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) high command first picked Trivendra Rawat in 2017.  He was replaced earlier this year because of a reported backlash from the conservative religious establishment, given Mr Rawat’s position on government control of temples and caution over holding Read More…

Asia Europe Life Style Voice

European green pass with effect from July 1 and Indians travel problems

As Covishield awaits European Medicines Agency (EMA) approval and Covaxin is waiting for approval from the World Health Organization,  Few  European countries have started recognising these two vaccines so that when the countries withdraw the travel ban on India, Indians vaccinated with either of these two vaccines do not face any problem.    As on Read More…

BSP DMK Entertainment Life Style South India State Government Voice

Temple land encroacher Mylapore Club faces heat and closed its illegal bar

Famous Chennai city  Mylapore Club has closed its Liquor  bar inside premises, which was used by members, following a direction from the Kapaleeswarar temple in Mylapore on whose land the club is situated. Earlier Sri Kapaleeswarar Temple has directed The Mylapore Club on Luz Church Road to close its bar services inside the club. The Read More…

Central Government Companies Indian Subcontinent Technology Voice

FM Nirmala asks Infosys to address I-T portal glitches immediately

The tax portal 2.0 of Income Tax department went live on June 7. Since its launch, there were numerous glitches in the functioning. Taking note of the grievances voiced on social media by taxpayers, tax professionals and other stakeholders, the Finance Minister had earlier flagged the issues to Infosys, calling upon them to address these Read More…

Children Education Indian Subcontinent Supreme Court

SC Concurs with educational boards decision and approved its assessment

The Supreme Court on Tuesday dismissed the petitions challenging the CBSE and the CICSE’s decision to cancel Class 12 board examinations and also approved the assessment schemes proposed by the boards to evaluate students. A bench of Justices A.M. Khanwilkar and Dinesh Maheshwari said: “We hold that there is no need to interfere with the Read More…

Companies Europe Industries Market Voice

Norwegian pension fund KLP pulls out of Adani Ports

In a major set back to Adani conglomerate Norwegian pension fund KLP is divesting from Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Limited on the grounds the company’s links with the Myanmar military breach the fund’s responsible investment policy, KLP told Reuters on Tuesday. “Adani’s operations in Myanmar and its business partnership with that country’s armed forces Read More…