Ramgarh, Feb 23 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party MLA from Ramgarh Gyandev Ahuja in a bizarre comment over the Jawaharlal Nehru row said that JNU becomes a hub of druggists after 8pm. He said 50,000 pieces of bones, 3,000 used condoms, 500 used abortion injections and 10,000 cigarette buds, are found in JNU waste every day. He added that girls and boys dance naked in cultural programmes at JNU which are witnessed by druggists.
With an increase in demand for its Ambaari Dream Class Volvo sleeper service, the Karnataka State Road Transport Corporationís (KSRTC) has decided to double the size of its fleet from 12 to 24 by 2020.
Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari announced last month that FASTag will become mandatory for all vehicles effective December 1, 2019. Vehicles running without the FASTag will be charged twice normal rate at the toll gates
Nupur Patny, a fourth-year student at Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology is developing an augmented-reality-based heat map on a smartphone platform to identify and ascertain sexual harassment-prone areas in Bengaluru.
The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) report last week ranked Delhi as the worst city for water quality, prompting Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who is also the DJB chairman, to challenge the Centre for a re-test.
S Jaishankar says that seven decades of foreign policy give us a lot of experience to introspect and think of India's march ahead on the world stage. He talks about defence preparedness, sound economy.
S Jaishankar explains the phases in which the Indian foreign policy changed ever since attaining independence in 1947. He talks about how the foreign policy evolved and adapted itself to the changing geopolitical paradigms throughout the Cold War.
External Affairs Minister and veteran diplomat S Jaishankar explains how global phenomena are ushering in changes in the contemporary geopolitics and how it requires a constant rebalancing of foreign policy.
Jampui Hills, located 210 km away from Agartala, right across the Tripura-Mizoram boundary, is famous for its sweet oranges. The tantalizing sweetness of the small-sized oranges fittingly earned a name of Jampui Kamola (orange) over the decades.