Covid-19 Impact: Social media activity in the country grew 50X in early March, says Nielsen
With limited activity out of home, Indians are reportedly reading, contributing and influencing on social media. According to Nielsen, the total volume of Covid-19 related conversations reached 22.3 million on March 24 in the country.
Delayed by lockdown, Aasu now to fast-track move to form new political alternative in Assam
Aasu also launched a scathing attack on the Sarba...
Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan says 'inhuman' treatment meted out to him
Azam Khan's legislator wife Tanzeen Fatima and their son and disqu...
OFB exports its newly developed 52-calibre barrels to Bofors
The OFB chairman said that it has exported two 52-calibre barrels to Swedish arms manufacturer Bofors AB, from which it had imported 155 mm howitzer guns in the mid-80s.
Coronavirus: All schools, colleges in Uttar Pradesh to be shut till March 22
"All schools and colleges associated with the basic, secondary, higher education and vocational colleges, where examination process is not on, have been closed till March 22," Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath told newspersons here.
FMCG sales see marginal improvement in February: Nielsen
Nielsen expects consumption to continue in India post the Covid-19 outbreak, but there will be uneven growth in categories whereby it will be revising its growth forecast for the market. Indian FMCG industry growth rate has been on a downward trajectory for the last three quarters.
Citizenship Act amended to distract people from country's economic slowdown: Kamal Nath
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath on Friday accused the Union government of practising "politics of distractions" and said the Citizenship Act was amended to divert people's attention from the country's economic slowdown.
Fear of coup prevented Chief of Defence Staff appointment earlier: Former Army chief
Gen (retd) Roy Chowdhury said the military is always subordinate to the civil authorities in the country, but an "unsubstantiated" fear of a coup if the forces were brought under one head had prevented the then political establishment from taking a decision on it.
Snooping by Chinese naval ships increased in Indian Ocean: Navy officer
Naval Officer-in-charge, Bengal Area, Commodore Suprobho De said the Indian Ocean has some choke points which help the Navy in keeping an eye on the activities in the region, including the Bay of Bengal.
Navy may offer Sea Harrier fighter jet for aircraft museum in Kolkata
The West Bengal govt is setting up a museum featuring the 'Albatross' and it is likely to be thrown open to the public by mid-2020, Commodore Suprobho De said. "A TU-142 aircraft has been handed over by the Navy to M/S Taneja Aerospace on November 15 for dismantling, transportation and reassembly towards setting up a TU museum at Kolkata," he said.
Ram temple construction will start by December 6: Sakshi Maharaj
BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj has said that it was on December 6, 1992, that the disputed Ram Janambhoomi-Babri Masjid structure was demolished, and he feels that the decision will be in favor of the temple so the construction should start on December 6.
Pakistan did not learn its lesson despite Kargil defeat: Eastern Army Commander
"The sooner they stop, the sooner all can progress," Naravane, who has been appointed the next vice-chief of the Army, told newspersons on the occasion of 'Kargil Diwas'.
FM Nirmala Sitharaman faces angry PMC depositors; says will amend laws if needed
The finance minister noted that the PMC is a multi state cooperative bank and like all other multi-state cooperative banks, it is regulated by the RBI.
Kafeel Khan: The man under constant probe in Uttar Pradesh
hey are just diverting the whole attention from the real issue so as not to address the children deaths,” Khan said.
Two fast patrol vessels for Coast Guard launched
The vessels, named ICGS Amrit Kaur and ICGS Kamla Devi after freedom fighters, are the third and fourth in a series of five fast patrol vessels being built by GRSE for the Coast Guard, GRSE chairman cum managing director Rear Admiral V K Saxena said.