Woman Engineer Tied to a Chair and Burnt alive : Grisly incident reported in Muzaffarpur district of Bihar state. A woman government junior engineer working with MGNREGA(Mahatma Gandhi National Rural employment Guarantee Act) was allegedly tied to a chair and burnt alive by unidentified persons at her home which she also used as her office,police said Tuesday. The 42-year-old woman is working as MGNREGA programme at Moraul block of Muzaffarpur.A female engineer living in a rented home in Bajrang Vihar colony under Ahiapur police station. The incident came to light after one of her colleagues visited her house and the incident is suspected on Sunday night. Soon after getting the information,the local police rushed to the spot.Police recovered victim's slippers,clothes, and bones from
Jio 4G Welcome Offer ends on December 3 : Sector regulator Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) Thursday said that the free services by Jio will be limited to 90 days, which ends on December 3.Mukesh Ambani's dream telecom service Jio on September 5 announced with free tariff offers,which is termed as the 'welcome offer' till December 31. TRAI said an order "The revised offer of free services by Reliance Jio has been limited to 90 days i.E. December 3, 2016, and therefore is consistent with the guidelines on promotional offers," TRAI said in an order. The tariff plans offered by RJIL and various submissions thereafter have been examined and it is found that the tariff plans filed with Trai can’t be considered as IUC non-complaint, predatory and discriminatory at present.However,
Petrol price was on Saturday(15-10-2016) hiked by Rs.1.34 per litre, the fifth increase in two months, and diesel by Rs.2.37 per litre.The last hike was also in October (petrol was by 14 paise per litre diesel was by 10 paise a litre). The new rates will be effective from midnight.A fifth increase in the price of petrol in three months. The hike announced by oil companies is excluding state levies.After including local VAT, petrol will now cost Rs.66.05 a litre in Delhi,Diesel will cost Rs.55.26 per litre as against Rs.52.61 a litre at present. “The current level of international product prices of petrol and diesel and INR-USD exchange rate warrant increase in selling price of petrol and diesel, the impact of which is being passed on to the consumers with this price revision,” Indian
All India Muslim Personal Law Board(AIMPLB) said on Thursday that it would boycott the law commission over triple talaq issue, which was being heard by the supreme court. Hazrat maulana Wali Rahmani of the Muslim Personal Law Board (MPLB) said, “We will oppose the Uniform Civil Code across the country and there are so many cultures in this nation which have to be respected.” Rehman alleged that the commission is not independent but it is acting as Modi's government."We will boycott the law commission. It is biased".Rehman said.Rahmani also alleged that Law commission's actions are illegal,It is a sort of cheating,Muslims have equally participated in India’s freedom struggle, but their participation is always underestimated.Even every religious community in India want to live with its re
A police officer(Manoj Thakur), Head Constable from Himachal Pradesh police on Monday received a death threat on facebook, the man whose poetic threat to Pakistan went viral after the Uri attack.Thakur posted screenshots of personal messages sent to him by two men named Farman Khan and Bilal Ahmad. "Yes, I have received death threats from Pakistan and Dubai and I am not afraid of any threat. I have informed my superior about it" said the brave Manoj. The video was uploaded by him on ‘Kargil Day’ (July 26) but it went viral in the aftermath of the Uri terrorist attack.The video was being shared by thousands of people on Facebook, WhatsApp, and other social networking websites.The 130-second video with Manoj reciting the poem was shot on a bus carrying police personnel.It says any "mis
On Friday, Salman Khan entered the ongoing war of words about banning Pakistani artists from the Hindi film industry by saying that art and terrorism shouldn’t be mixed and Pakistani artists aren’t terrorists. The statement invited backlash from the Shiv Sena on Saturday who said that Salman Khan too should migrate to Pakistan if he likes the Pakistani actors so much. Speaking at an event in Delhi on Friday, Khan said, “They are artists, not terrorists. It’s the government who gives them work permits and visas. Art and terrorism should not be mixed.” Shiv Sena leader Manisha Kayande said, “Salman Khan needs to be taught a lesson. If he has so much love for Pakistani artists, he should migrate there.” Source & Read More : The Indian Express
By mid-2017, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh will have much better road connectivity. The Dhola-Sadiya bridge on Brahmaputra, which will be the longest bridge in India when completed, will cut down the travel time between the two states by four hours. The initiative is one step closer to completion, as the road ministry has given clearance to provide compensation to property owners in order to get the land for the two-kilometre stretch of road leading up to the bridge from Sadiya, Assam. The 9.15-kilometer bridge will be 3.55 kilometers longer than the Bandra-Worli Sea Link in Mumbai making it the longest bridge in India. The Rs 938-crore project will be crucial for defense purposes as it will make it easier for the armed forces to enter Arunachal Pradesh through Assam. At present, the Army ...
NEW DELHI: Visitors to Parliament House complex would henceforth not be able to take photographs or shoot a video. An order to this effect has been brought in force through a recent circular. In the circular, Yogesh Deshmukh, Joint Secretary (Security), Parliament House, has said the complex is "one of the most threatened places" in the country. The order prohibits photography and shooting of videos in the complex by visitors, officers and staff of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha Secretariat, and allied agencies. Prohibiting photography and video recording is part of the "strategic security arrangements", he said. He said officers and visitors permitted with mobile phones are also "strictly prohibited" from taking any type of photo or recording video inside the complex. In July, Aam A...