PM Modi extends New Year wishes to people
He also shared a clip of the recent episode of 'Mann ki Baat', in which he had extended his wishes to people in the new year
Greeting people on the new year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on January 1 wished joy and good health to everyone.
"Happy 2022! May this year bring abundance of joy and good health in everyone's lives. May we keep scaling new heights of progress and prosperity, and work even harder to fulfil the dreams of our great freedom fighters," he tweeted.
The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has increased the number of train trips between Qutub Minar station and HUDA City Centre on the Yellow Line to handle the rush of additional commuters in the wake of repair work on the Delhi-Jaipur highway (NH 48) — between Rangpuri and Rajokri.
explaining the concept of feminine mystique introduced by Betty Friedan which set off the second wave feminist movement in America
People in Shimla, Mandi and several other places ran out of their houses in panic but no loss of life or property has been reported so far,
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal (United) on March 21 announced its new office bearers at the national level, including a vice-president and more than 20 general secretaries.
On completion of a tour of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Lakshadweep, President Droupadi Murmu returned to Delhi on March 21, 2023
With the G-20 summit working group committee meeting scheduled to be held on March 28 and 29 nearing the corner, the officials are making final arrangements for the two-day global event.
Vijayawada shines on the eve of Ugadi on Tuesday as people thronged markets and shopping centres to buy festival essentials.
‘Shifted’ and ‘dead’ electors of three constituencies have another chance to make corrections: Karnataka HC
According to a press release from the office of the Chief Electoral Officer for Karnataka, the Election Commission has said the affected ‘shifted’ and ‘dead’ electors will be given another opportunity to file objections and make corrections.
The Odisha government has declared the Gandhamardan Hill Range in Bargarh and Balangir district as a Biodiversity Heritage Site (BHS), three decades after a highly successful people’s resistance against bauxite mining there. The decision was made after it received several representations from individuals and organisations for declaring Gandhamardan as BHS.
A section of the 445-year-old bridge on the River Musi has been damaged as part of the road widening project to ease traffic flow
A G.D. Birla Memorial national seminar on ‘Environmental Thinking and Ideology in Indian Prose Literature’ was organised by the Department of Hindi, Pondicherry University