For Quick Alerts Subscribe Now இந்தியா - 11,124,527 | உலகம் - 114,989,641 View Sample For Quick Alerts ALLOW NOTIFICATIONS For Daily Alerts Just In இன்னும் ஓரிரு நாட்களில்.. திமுகவுடன் தொகுதி பங்கீடு இறுதி செய்யப்படும்... கே.எஸ்.அழகிரி பேச்சு சட்டசபை தேர்தலில் களமிறங்கும் எம்ஜிஆர் பேரன் ... கடைசி வரை அதிமுகவில் இருப்பேன் என உருக்கம் தமிழ்நாடு தகவல் ஆணையத்தில் வேலை இருக்கு... 8-ம் வகுப்பு படிச்சிருந்தாலே போதுங்க! எப்போதும் தூங்கும் கும்பகர்ணனா நீங்கள்.. 10 லட்சம் சம்பளத்துல வேலை ரெடியாக இருக்கு..என்ஜாய் பண்ணுங்க “கந்து வட்டிக்கு கடன் வாங்கியாவது”.. கடைசில நெட்டிசன்கள இப்டி ஒரு முடிவை எடுக்க வச்சிட்டீங்களேய்யா.! ஓராண்டுக்கு பிறகு.. எலக்ஷன் டைமில்.. புதுச்சேரி அரசு பள்ளி மாணவர்களுக்கு மதிய உணவு திட்டம் ஆரம்பம் #Nr Congress அதெப்படி பாஜக தலைமையில் ஆட்சி? அமித்ஷா பேச்சால் அதிருப்தி- கூட்டணியில் இருந்து விலகும் என்.ஆர்.காங். #Nr Congress ... » Learn More about ‘அவரை விட்டால் வேறு ஆள் இல்லை’ – திருப்பரங்குன்றம் சுப்பிரமணிய சுவாமி ரங்கசாமியை கரை சேர்ப்பாரா?
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CNG to automobiles and piped natural gas to household kitchens, on Tuesday, increased prices of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and Piped Natural Gas (PNG) in Delhi and the NCR, leaving auto drivers in the lurch. The price of CNG has been increased by 70 paise per kilogram and PNG by 91 paise. The new rates have come into effect from Tuesday morning. In Delhi, the price of CNG has now gone up to Rs 43.40 per kg. At the same time, CNG will be available at the rate of 49.08 per kg in Noida, Greater Noida, and Ghaziabad. The increase in the CNG and PNG prices in Delhi-NCR has put the auto and taxi drivers in trouble due to a continuous hike in the prices. They say their survival is getting tougher amidst such inflation. Noida-based auto driver Manoj Ojha, speaking to ANI, said, "Prices of everything are going up. Whether it is petrol, diesel, LPG , or PNG. The price of CNG has been increasing continuously since the COVID-19 lockdown. It is getting very difficult for us to ... » Learn More about Auto drivers bear brunt of hike in CNG prices in Delhi-NCR
The disengagement in the Pangong Tso area and the Galwan Valley and the creation of a buffer zone are a “surrender of India’s rights at the moment,” former Defence Minister A.K. Antony said on Sunday. Mr. Antony cautioned that if China played mischief, it could help Pakistan capture Siachen as the “buffer zone” in the Galwan Valley would prevent Indian troops from accessing the Karakoram range. Addressing a press conference, the senior Congress leader said it was a “betrayal” of the country to have a meagre hike in defence budget, especially since the country was facing a two-front war-like situation. Mr. Antony alleged that the government did not increase the defence budget to “appease” China and give a message of no confrontation. “To appease China, we have agreed to disengagement on China’s terms,” he alleged. Mr. Antony said it was sad that the Narendra Modi government was not giving priority to national security at a time when China was getting belligerent and Pakistan ... » Learn More about Antony calls disengagement with China a ‘surrender of rights’
Terming the Emergency that was imposed by former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi a "mistake", Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said what happened during that period was "wrong", but it was fundamentally different from the current scenario as the Congress at no point attempted to capture the country's institutional framework. In a conversation with Kaushik Basu, professor in the Cornell University in the United States and India's former chief economic advisor, Gandhi said he is all for internal democracy in the Congress, which fought for India's independence, gave the country its Constitution and stood for equality. Asked about his views on the Emergency, he said, "I think that was a mistake. Absolutely, that was a mistake. And my grandmother (Indira Gandhi) said as much." Asked about Indira Gandhi announcing elections at the end of the Emergency and Pranab Mukherjee telling Basu later that she did so as she thought she might lose and wanted to put that to test, ... » Learn More about Emergency was a mistake: Rahul
Leader of Opposition in Andhra Pradesh assembly N Chandrababu Naidu staged a sit-in protest inside the arrival lounge of the Tirupati airport at Renigunta on Monday as police sought to detain him and prevent his entry into the temple town. The Telugu Desam Party chief picked up an argument with the police officials and demanded to know why he was being prevented from going to Tirupati and Chittoor. Naidu arrived at Tirupati airport from Hyderabad to take part in a protest in Tirupati against the high-handed actions of the local civic authorities. Police, however, denied permission for the protest citing the model code of conduct for (urban local body) elections and also the prevalence of coronavirus. On Sunday, the Tirupati Municipal Corporation officials allegedly ransacked a tea stall belonging to a TDP leader, whose wife was contesting the March 10 election. It was alleged that the ruling YSR Congress wanted the TDP candidate to withdraw from the contest ... » Learn More about TDP chief detained at Tirupati airport, stages sit-in protest
'The TMC has become a private limited company.' IMAGE: Former Trinamool Congress leader Suvendu Adhikari seeks Home Minister Amit Anilchandra Shah's blessings at a rally at the Midnapore college ground in Paschim Medinipur after joining the Bharatiya Janata party. Photograph: ANI Photo On January 12, senior Trinamool Congress leader and three-time Lok Sabha Member of Parliament, Sisir Adhikari , pictured below) , was on the operating table at a Kolkata hospital, when the TMC high command sent a missive. He had been sacked as chairman, Digha Sankarpur Development Authority. When Swarupa Dutt/ Rediff.com spoke to Adhikari on February 24, he had just had his second cataract operation. "I'm home and feeling fit and fine. The operation was successful. I may be 82, but I'm confident I will live long enough to see the changes taking place in my state come to fruition," he says. Adhikari is the Trinamool MP from Purba (East) Medinipur's Kanthi Lok Sabha ... » Learn More about ‘I gave Suvendu my blessings when he joined BJP’
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Developing high-tech agriculture and the seed industry should be the focus of rural development in Shanghai, deputies suggested at the ongoing annual session of the municipal people's congress. Deputy Shen Zhong, who is also the Party chef of the Chenjia township in Chongming Island, said that the problems faced by Shanghai's agriculture scene - labor shortage and low economic output – can be solved by developing smart agriculture solutions. "I suggest that the new infrastructure of 5G bases should cover rural areas so that smart farming machinery, such as drone and unmanned harvesters, can be applied," he said. Deputy Wang Dedi, who works at the municipal agriculture commission, said Shanghai should invest in agricultural technology, especially in the seed sector. "Turning the limited agricultural land in Shanghai into a testing field for seed technology will contribute to the high-quality development of Shanghai's agriculture and the national food safety," Wang said. Deputy ... » Learn More about Deputies discuss bolstering Shanghai’s agriculture sector
New Delhi: The rise in the prices of petrol and diesel has paused for the last three days as oil marketing companies (OMCs) have decided to wait and watch the developments on global oil market before finalising their India retail strategy. The OMCs kept the pump price of petrol and diesel unchanged on Tuesday. With this, petrol continues to be priced at Rs 91.17 a litre and diesel Rs 81.47 a litre in the national capital. Across the country as well, petrol and diesel prices remain unchanged. Untitled Carousel Maharashtra: Ahead of Budget session, Congress leaders hold cycle rally to protest against fuel price hike Congress leaders on Monday organised a cycle rally outside Vidhan Bhavan as a mark of protest against the fuel price hike and to target the Centre. Petrol and diesel prices have been rising continuously since February 9. In the 14 increases since then, prices have gone up by Rs 4.22 per litre for petrol while diesel rate has risen by Rs ... » Learn More about Petrol, diesel prices unchanged for third day in a row
Chavan alleged that the Modi government is digging into the common man's pocket Senior Congress leader Prithviraj Chavan on Tuesday questioned the Centre's decision to let private hospitals charge people for the Covid-19 vaccine in phase-II of the immunisation drive that began on Monday. Chavan released a statement and said in the February 1 budget speech Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had announced Rs 35,000 crore for the vaccination drive. Follow Mumbai City Latest Updates here He alleged that despite lofty budgetary announcements and India being the largest supplier of the Covid-19 vaccine, the Modi government is digging into the common man's pocket. In the budget speech FM @nsitharaman announced Rs 35,000 cr for the vaccination drive. With that amount Govt can pr… https://t.co/Sl3tjDzcBG — Prithviraj Chavan (@prithvrj) 1614665478000 The former Maharashtra Chief Minister said in phase-I of the vaccination drive, the Union ... » Learn More about Prithviraj Chavan questions Centre’s decision to let private hospitals charge for Covid-19 vaccine