The Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) launched the sale of a free trade licence (FTL) 5-kg LPG cylinders at the M/s Pilot Service Station (IOCL petrol bunk) on the Bandar Road on Monday.
IOCL (Vijayawada Division) LPG Senior Manager V.V.S. Chakravarthy launched the sale.
Kerala’s second Vande Bharat Express to run on alternate days in orange and blue. Maintenance/inspection yard in Thiruvananthapuram. Train cannot be extended to Mangaluru due to insufficient time. Railways' task is to bring uniform speed of 110 km/hr in 1st phase, 130 km/hr in 2nd & 160 km/hr in 3rd phase. Fencing needed to allow train to run beyond 130 km/hr. Track design speed 210 km/hr, but trains operate at lowest permissible speed for safety.
Members of TARATDAC demand posting of sign language interpreters in Govt offices to help those with speech/hearing impairment. They staged a demonstration in Ramanathapuram Collectorate. Rajkumar said illiterate people face difficulty in communicating with officials. Govt should appoint sign language interpreters to reduce difficulties faced by those with speech/hearing impairment. Petition handed to Collector.
Shri Ram Mandir Construction Committee Chairperson Nripendra Mishra said areas surrounding Ayodhya will witness a surge in economic activities after the inauguration of the Ram temple and the city may undergo expansion similar to the National Capital Region.
FTC's lawsuit against Amazon tests U.S. antitrust law; experts say FTC faces high bar to prove consumers better off without Amazon's policies. Amazon must prove its policies have "legitimate" reasons to counter FTC's claims. U.S. judges "wary" of punishing low-pricing behavior, unclear line between good/bad low pricing.
TN DGP Shankar Jiwal warns of action against those spreading fake news of Tamils being attacked in Karnataka. Old photos/videos circulated as proof of attack false. People urged not to believe rumours; strict action against those posting false news.
State-level seminar on fisheries development to be held at Kufos in Kerala on Saturday. to be inaugurated by Kerala Fisheries Minister Saji Cherian, presided by Kufos Vice-Chancellor T. Pradeepkumar, and chief guest Bishop James Anaparambil. Aim to identify problems afflicting fisheries sector and suggest solutions. Stakeholders to discuss ocean fisheries, aquaculture, social security, procurement/sale of fish catch, and social life in coastal areas
PM Modi aims to make India a global growth engine; Vibrant Gujarat Summit has grown from humble beginnings to a successful institution; India will soon emerge as a global economic powerhouse; Vibrant Gujarat has showcased India's industrial capacity, talent, and culture to the world.
Residents of Coimbatore's Ward 45 in West Zone raise concerns over clogged storm water drains, open waste dumping, irregular tap water supply, and a sub-par waste collection system. Neglected land owned by Coimbatore Corporation has turned into a dumping ground. Residents close to Micro Composting Centre (MCC) complain of stench. Clogged drain-turned-breeding-ground for mosquito larvae. Ward Councillor R. Babysutha promises mass cleaning teams to clear drains, fogging to resolve mosquito issue, and regular cleaning of MCC premises.