India’s firm response to Pak at UN and Delhi fearing after Rohini shooting and other headlines
“J&K, Ladakh will always be our part”: India’s firm response to Imran at UN, Pak slams on terrorism
Exercising its right of reply to Imran Khan’s statements on Kashmir at the UN, India told the global forum on Saturday that Pakistan has an established history and policy of hosting, helping and supporting actively terrorists. He further underlined that the entire Union territory of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh “was, is and always will be an integral and inalienable part of India”, including areas which are under illegal occupation. from Pakistan.
Plan to install more CCTV and tighten security outside Delhi prisons: capital of fear after Rohini court shooting
In the aftermath of the Rohini court shootout on Friday that claimed the life of jailed gangster Jitender Gogi, a plea was filed in the Supreme Court to strengthen CCTV coverage, ensuring the virtual presence of criminals in lower courts. Gogi, who was found earlier this year operating freely behind bars, was shot and killed by rivals while he was in court. The gunfire also killed three other people and injured a few.
X-Factor Not Ex-Factor: fear for Sidhu as Charanjit Channi could be here to stay in 2022
Masters in Political Science, MBA, Law Grad and now PhD, this too on Indian National Congress. The new Chief Minister of the Punjab, Charanjit Singh Channi, is not only the most educated minister in the Punjab, but he is also now considered the X factor of Congress ahead of the 2022 elections. Travel from Chandigarh to Patiala, Sangrur, Ludhiana , Jalandhar and Amritsar, Channi is now watching you from every poster on the road. Some say the decision was belated by Congress, replacing Captain Amarinder Singh with Channi just five months before the election amid strong opposition to power, unlike the BJP which has done so in other states well in advance.
UGC asks colleges to organize student trips to Indian places to promote Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat
The University Grants Commission (UGC) is asking colleges to organize student tours to Indian “tourist destinations” to help them understand the country’s rich culture and diversity. This will promote and strengthen the spirit of Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat (EBSB) among the students, UGC said in its latest opinion.
Railways extend ban on transfer of essential workers until December 30
Indian Railways have extended until December 30, 2021 the ban on periodic transfers of their employees working in important and sensitive positions. The Railway Board, the supreme body of the national carrier, made the decision with the effects of Covid-19 in mind. pandemic. The previous date of the ban was September 30, 2021. The Railway Commission has informed the general managers of all railway zones and production units of the changes.
Banks will remain closed for 21 days next month. Complete list of public holidays in October
The coming calendar month will be filled with a wide range of public holidays as per the Mandatory Holiday List issued by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). In total, 21 public holidays can be expected next month, but these are divided into national celebrations. This means that, with the exception of a few days, the majority of these holidays are only applicable for a handful of cities and states at a time. Of the 21 public holidays, only 14 of them are bank holidays issued by the RBI. The other seven days are weekend breaks, which include Sundays, as well as the second and fourth Saturdays of the month.
Google accuses Indian antitrust regulator of ‘habitual offender’
Google on Friday accused India’s competition regulator in court of being a “repeat offender” by disclosing confidential information on cases it was reviewing, a charge dismissed by the watchdog. The Times of India and Reuters reported on Saturday that an investigation by the Indian Competition Commission (ICC) found that Google was abusing the dominant position of its Android operating system in India, illegally using its “huge financial muscle. To harm its competitors.
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