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First woman field officer of BSF inducted

Tanushree Pareek, a 25 year old resident of Bikaner, Rajasthan has created history by becoming the first female field officer of the Border Security Force on Saturday. She was inducted into the force by Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh, after a convocation ceremony conducted in the BSF academy at Tekanpur in Madhya Pradesh's Gwalior district...

Nepal, China Partnership will boost our economic growth says PM Dahal

Nepal Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal said that partnership between Nepal and China will bring economic transformation in country. Addressing a gathering at the Beijing Foreign Studies University today, Dahal said, China’s support and goodwill in helping the development pursuits of Nepal has been outstanding. Delivering a speech, The Prime Minister said that Nepal have a long history of harmonious relations with China. Nepal adheres to one-China policy. We are committed to not allowing hostile activities ..

Digital technology to hit 730 million users in India by 2020

Government has said that due to fast adoption of digital technology, it is expected that number of internet users will increase in the country. Minister of Communications Manoj Sinha in a written reply to the Rajya Sabha said that as per information received from Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), there were 391.50 million Internet subscribers...

EVMs used in India are the most secured: ECI

After seeing the debate regarding electronic voting machines (EVM) which is still prevailing, the Election Commission of India (ECI) has said that India uses the best and most secure machines anywhere in the world. "It completely reaffirms its faith in the infallibility of the EVMs these are fully tramper-proof as ever" and "Baseless, speculative and wild allegations are being made which deserve to be rejected", they added...

Govt cannot make #Aadhaar mandatory for availing welfare scheme benefits: SC

Government cannot make Aadhaar mandatory for extending benefits of its welfare schemes, the Supreme Court said today. Also Apex court refused to give any date on the issue of making Aadhar mandatory, and said that it would hear the matter in due course of time. "Aadhaar can't be mandatory for social welfare schemes but can be used for non-benefit schemes. Our earlier order is very clear. You can't stop government from using Aadhaar for non-benefit schemes like Income Tax," Chief Justice of India JS Khehar ..

Security forces gunned down two militants of Hizbul Mujahideen in South Kashmir’s Pulwama

Security forces on Sunday eliminated two militants of Hizbul Mujahideen in a fierce encounter in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district. The police also seized heavy arms and ammunitions from the slain terrorists. However, the encounter took place when two terrorists traveling in a vehicle, were challenged at a checkpoint set up by security forces. But they didn’t stopped and started firing at the security personnel triggering a brief gunfight in which both were killed. The encounter has led state on high alert, ..

Pakistan detains over 100 Indian fishermen off Gujarat coast

Pakistan has allegedly apprehended over 100 fishermen and seized around 18 boats, off the Gujarat coast yesterday. Notably, the Indian Coast Guard captured nine Pakistani nationals along with a fishing boat off Jakhau coast in Kutch on Friday. A functionary of a fishermen association reports, the fishermen were apprehended by Pakistan Maritime Security Agency, near the international maritime boundary line, off Jakhau coast in the Kutch region. A functionary of the National Fishworkers' Forum said, they ..