Indian Health Ministry on H1N1

The Health Ministry has been closely monitoring the situation arising due to cases and deaths caused by H1N1 in some states and there is no shortage of drugs or any other logistics. This was stated by the Secretary (Health & Family Welfare) Shri B P Sharma after a high level meeting chaired by him today. … Read more

ATM use – only 5 times per month

Using ATMs to withdraw money or for other purposes like balance enquiry beyond five times in a month will attract a levy of 20 rupees per transaction from today. As per the Reserve Bank of India new guidelines, customers in six metros– Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Hyderabad and Bangalore are allowed to withdraw money and … Read more

US President Obama extends warmest wishes for Diwali

US President Barack Obama greeted Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and Buddhists across the world on the occasion of Diwali, saying it was a chance to remember that even in the midst of darkness, light will ultimately prevail. Today, President Obama wished a Happy Diwali to all those who celebrate the festival of lights. In 2009, President … Read more

PM Modi asks ministers to work for efficient governance

Prime Minister Narendra Modi met his Council of Ministers at his residence yesterday. In the meeting, he understood to have told them to work for efficient governance and time-bound implementation of the work undertaken, by ensuring that the benefits should reach the people. AIR correspondent reports that at the meeting Prime Minister talked about his … Read more

Sparks & smoke in a Delhi metro coach

Metro service on the Jahangirpuri-Gurgaon line were disrupted for half-an-hour on Friday after sparks in a metro coach led to passengers pushing the emergency button and stopping the train. The passengers deboarded the Metro on Line-2 at 1:04pm which plies from Jahangirpuri to HUDA City Centre. The incident happened between Arjangarh and Ghitorni metro stations … Read more

Nursery admissions on hold in Delhi schools

Nursery admissions have been put on hold again in Delhi schools; this time by the Supreme Court, a week after the Delhi High Court gave the green signal. The apex court on Friday put on hold nursery admissions in the Capital as it was dissatisfied with the controversial inter-state transfer points system. Nursery admissions have … Read more

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