India opens vacancies for Nepali women in Military Police
In a first, the Indian Army has opened vacancies for Nepali women in Military Police. The announcement comes at a time when there are calls to abrogate the recruitment of Nepali youths in the Indian Army. The Army says that that it wants to continue the recruitment of Nepali youths both male and female in a bid to widen the scope for the youngsters.
RBI to focus on growth even as inflation breaches tolerance band
The Reserve Bank of India is unlikely to react yet to multi-month high retail prices as economic recovery remains its prime focus amid the deadly second wave of the pandemic, according to two senior sources aware of the central bank's thinking.
Army chief General MM Naravane pays homage to martyrs who died in Galwan Valley clash
Army chief General MM Naravane on Tuesday paid homage to the Indian soldiers martyred in the Glawan Valley clash with the Chinese forces last year. All ranks of the Army paid homage to "the brave hearts who made supreme sacrifice in Galwan Valley while defending the territorial integrity and sovereignty of the country," said the Army adding that India will remember their valour.
Akshay reveals ‘Bell Bottom’ release date
Akshay Kumar has unveiled the release date of his upcoming spy thriller ‘Bell Bottom’. Sharing the details, the actor revealed that ‘Bell Bottom’ is slated to hit the screens next month. “I know you have patiently waited for #Bellbottom! Couldn’t be happier to finally announce the release of our film. Arriving across big screens worldwide #BellBottomOn27July,” wrote Akshay with a short teaser from the movie.
Northeast Delhi riots case: High court grants bail to JNU, Jamia student activists
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday granted bail to student activists Devangana Kalita, Natasha Narwal and Asif Iqbal Tanha, booked under the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) law, in connection with the northeast Delhi riots. The HC set aside the trial court's orders denying bail to the three accused and allowed their appeals by admitting them to regular bail.
Farmers suffering due to Centre's indifference, alleges Mamata
On the anniversary of the Singur Land Rehabilitation and Development Bill 2011, West Bengal chief minister and TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee targeted the Centre over the new farm laws passed last year, stating that on one hand her governmentfights for the rights of farmers and addressed their grievances and on the other, an 'indifferent' Centre is letting them suffer.
Supreme Court closes all proceedings in India against Italian Marines in Kerala fishermen murder case
The Supreme Court on Tuesday closed all proceedings in India against Italian Marines Massimilano Latorre and Salvatore Gironde. The two Italian marines were facing murder charges for killing two Kerala fishermen in 2012. The apex court said that the compensation of Rs 10 crore paid by the Italian government, over and above payments already made, is adequate.