Quake rocks North Korea but experts say ‘not caused by nuclear test’

Quake rocks North Korea but experts say ‘not caused by nuclear test’

Quake rocks North Korea but experts say ‘not caused by nuclear test’ An earthquake measuring 5.9 earthquake off the coast of North Korea shook observers of the country’s weapons development on Thursday, but experts say that this was not caused by a nuclear test. Analysts said North Korea should carry out another atomic explosion test to perfect a nuclear-capable missile capable of reaching the continental United States. On July 4,…

11 Indians Killed In Saudi Fire: External Affairs Ministry

11 Indians Killed In Saudi Fire: External Affairs Ministry

11 Indians Killed In Saudi Fire: External Affairs Ministry Eleven Indians died in a fire in the southeastern city of Najran Arabia and the Indian consulate in Jeddah provide all assistance to the families of those killed and injured in the tragedy, said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Among the Indians who died in the fire, four were of Uttar Pradesh, three of Kerala, one of Bihar, one of Tamil…

NGT recommends measures for Ganga clean up, including Rs 50k fine for dumping waste

NGT recommends measures for Ganga clean up, including Rs 50k fine for dumping waste

NGT recommends measures for Ganga clean up, including Rs 50k fine for dumping waste NEW DELHI: The National Green Court (NGT) on Thursday recommended a series of measures to clean up the Ganges, including a fine of 50,000 rupees for the spill on the Haridwar-Unnao stretch of the river, reports ANI. These green court statements come about a week after a Supreme Court coup was transmitted to the publicity, after…

What is India’s military strength?

What is India’s military strength?

What is India’s military strength? The military value of India increases every year and threats to the eastern and western fronts of Pakistan, China, activism and Maoists and terrorism plagued the country for decades. At that time, India is preparing the most adverse situations and be one of its major military updates and revisions. India is rapidly developing new military technologies, procuring what is required, manufacturing weapons, airplanes, warships, etc., to…

Lack of machines delayed counting of banned notes: RBI chief tells panel

Lack of machines delayed counting of banned notes: RBI chief tells panel

Lack of machines delayed counting of banned notes: RBI chief tells panel The lack of adequate and related machinery delays the counting of the demonetized currency being returned to the system, Reserve Bank Governor (RBI) Urjit Patel learned that he told a parliamentary panel Wednesday. During the meeting that lasted more than three hours, Urjit Patel sources said the central bank had yet to reach the final figure, as the…

Market Live: Sensex up 270 points, Nifty nears 9900; pvt banks gain

Market Live: Sensex up 270 points, Nifty nears 9900; pvt banks gain

Market Live: Sensex up 270 points, Nifty nears 9900; pvt banks gain Not only LargeCap but many mid and smallcaps participated in the demonstration. More than 140 activities are reaching 52 week highs, including 58 stocks that have reached record highs. The bank recently financed small UA, continued its rally, selling close to the level of Rs 700 Rs against the issue price of 358. The stock rose 95% in…

Cow vigilantes strike again, beat up Muslim man in Nagpur for ‘carrying beef’; 4 arrested

Cow vigilantes strike again, beat up Muslim man in Nagpur for ‘carrying beef’; 4 arrested

Cow vigilantes strike again, beat up Muslim man in Nagpur for ‘carrying beef’; 4 arrested A 36 year old Muslim man was hospitalized with serious injuries after being attacked in a village in Maharashtra Wednesday night apparently by self-protective cow protectors who accused him of using beef. Police arrested four Nagpur men for the attack in the town of Jalalkheda, the latest in a series of violent incidents involving groups…

Rs 50,000 fine for dumping waste within 500 metres of Ganga, rules green court

Rs 50,000 fine for dumping waste within 500 metres of Ganga, rules green court

Rs 50,000 fine for dumping waste within 500 metres of Ganga, rules green court People who dumped waste in the Ganges will be required to pay DM 50 000 for environmental damages, said a global trial of 543 pages of the National Green Court a case of long cleaning Ganga announcing a series of measures, fines and deadlines Strict Unlike the past, when the Court examined the cleaning of one…

Why should I change anyone’s style or why should anyone change his style, says India coach Ravi Shastri

Why should I change anyone’s style or why should anyone change his style, says India coach Ravi Shastri

Why should I change anyone’s style or why should anyone change his style, says India coach Ravi Shastri Ravi Shastri was named head coach of the Indian cricket team on Tuesday after a great deal of confusion. A day before, Cricket Advisory Committee member Sourav Ganguly said the decision on the coach would be announced in a few days while the panel still had to consult Captain Virat Kohli who was…

Sikkim standoff: China's economic stakes in India is no worry for Beijing

Sikkim standoff: China’s economic stakes in India is no worry for Beijing

Sikkim standoff: China’s economic stakes in India is no worry for Beijing The gap between India and China over a border dispute in the Sikkim region has led to speculation about how it would respond to the situation. Chinese leaders have ruled out any talks with India until Indian troops come out of what they see as their territory. In response, the Indian Foreign Minister noted that the differences should…