New Delhi, June 09 (ANI): Political leaders reacted after NCP President Sharad Pawar said that "certain ideologies" were emboldened to spread communal fever after BJP-led NDA took over the reins of power at Centre. NCP leader Tariq Anwar supported the statement and said that since Narendra Modi took over, communal forces all around has got a boost thinking that nobody will stop them. Meanwhile, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said that the NCP and Congress have faced worst defeat in Maharashtra and that they are scared. Raut also said that it is wrong to blame Modi government, but the blame should be on them itself.Jun 9, 2014
Mandi, June 09 (ANI): HRD Minister Smriti Irani on Monday visited Himachal Pradesh where 24 students were drowned by strong water in river Beas. Irani assured all possible help to the state by the centre and said that the administration will take steps so that any such incidents are not repeated in future.Jun 9, 2014
New Delhi, June 9 (ANI): President Pranab Mukherjee addressed a joint sitting of Parliament in the Central Hall, laying the roadmap of the new government headed by Narendra Modi. He applauded the wisdom of the people for the verdict of this year’s LS polls.Jun 9, 2014
New Delhi, June 9 (ANI): President Pranab Mukherjee while addressing a joint sitting of Parliament listed the priorities of Narendra Modi-led NDA government. Mukherjee said that the BJP-led NDA Government would work to fulfill the aspirations of 125 crore Indians. He further added that reviving economy and tackling inflation would be the top priorities of the present government.Jun 9, 2014
The fire victims of chattabal Srinagar are demanding proper rehabilitation as they are living in very miserable conditions in tents. The affected families are living in canvas tents provided by Red Cross society. But due to the rainy season they are not comfortable in tents and they don’t have other basic facilities including proper ration, clothes, and water and toilet facilities.
Although the state govt. claims to have spend millions of rupees on the roads development but it all seems like on papers only. Taking the example of the main roads in kishtwar district one would say that people are still living in the medieval times. The condition of the road is so pathetic that it’s become impossible for the transport to ply smoothly on this vital road. The commuters have to face difficult time while travelling on this road.
Although the state govt. is doing all its efforts to upgrade the health care facilities in the far flung areas but still a lot needs to be one. The public health centre in the border town of Trehgam in kupwara district was established some 12 years back and since then no up gradation has been done. This 25 bedded phc despite having all the basic facilities and latest equipment have shortage of doctors in the phc.Jun 9, 2014
Mandi, June 9 (ANI): Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) has revealed that about five bodies, including bodies of two girls and one boy, have been recovered from river Beas after flash floods washed away 25 people in Mandi on Sunday. People who were washed away due to the flash floods include 24 students of Hyderabad VNR Vigyan Jyoti College and one tour manager. The flash flood on River Beas has been attributed to water release from Laarji Hydropower project.Jun 9, 2014
Pulwama, June 9 (ANI): Indian security forces have gunned down two militants belonging to the Lashkar-e-Taiba (Let) operating in Kashmir. As soon as they received the information of the hide out at about 4:50pm on Sunday, a joint operation was launched by the Rashtriya (National) Rifle Unit and Special Operation Group (SOG) of police, at Pulwama in Kakpura village that resulted in the killing of the two hardcore LeT militants.Jun 9, 2014
New Delhi, June 9 (ANI): Speaking about the attack on Karachi airport, Commodore (retd) Ranjit B Rai on Monday said that the attack is a very sad one. The siege lasted for 5- hour and was laid by heavily armed militants, which claimed at least the lives of 23 people, including security personnel at Karachi airport.Jun 9, 2014
New Delhi, June 9 (ANI): Politicos in India condemned the militant attack on the Karachi international airport on Monday. At least 23 persons, including 10 terrorists were killed when heavily armed militants attacked the Jinnah International Airport's old terminal in Pakistan's financial capital Karachi.Jun 9, 2014
Guntur, June 9 (ANI): BJP president and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday promised all cooperation and help to the regional Telugu Desham party (TDP) chief, N Chandrababu Naidu, who was sworn-in as the new chief minister of Andhra Pradesh. In a sprawling ceremony, Naidu took oath as the first chief Minister of the remaining part of the recently bifurcated Andhra Pradesh out of which the new state of Telangana had emergedJun 9, 2014
New Delhi, June 9 (ANI): Politicos on Monday condemned the Mandi flash flood incident in which at least 25 students from Hyderabad have been reported missing. The flash flood on River Beas has been attributed to water release from Laarji Hydropower project. The leaders also demanded strict action against those who were responsible for releasing water without issuing any warning.Jun 9, 2014
New Delhi, June 09 (ANI): A special CBI court on Monday sentenced all 17 Uttarakhand cops accused in 2009 Ranveer Fake Encounter Case to life imprisonment. Earlier, a Delhi court on Friday convicted 18 Uttarakhand police personnel, including 7 on a charge of murder. Meanwhile, the lawyer in the case said that they will go to the High Court to file review petition and claimed that Ranveer was a terrorist.Jun 9, 2014
Karachi, June 9 (ANI): The more than 5-hour siege laid by heavily armed militants, which claimed at least the lives of 23 people, including security personnel at Karachi airport is now over. At least 23 persons, including 10 terrorists have been killed when heavily armed militants attacked the Jinnah International Airport's old terminal in Pakistan's financial capital Karachi. Ten militants were also among the dead.Jun 9, 2014
Chennai, June 09 (ANI): Zoo authorities in Chennai made special arrangements for animals to protect them from scorching heat. In an effort to provide cool shelters for birds, about 20 to 25 cages of pheasants, parakeets and lovebirds are covered with jute sacks and water is sprayed on it thrice in a day. The initiatives taken by the local authorities and the state government to protect the animals and birds in the zoo from heat strokes have been welcomed by all. Elephant calves are provided a large enclosure for moving around and mud wallowing. They also enjoy shower between 3 and 4 PM daily. Visitors are permitted to see the exclusive shower. The white tigers have been provided with wooden shelters, which have a lot of shade, providing additional cooling effect to them.Jun 9, 2014