The Election Commission will on Saturday hold a demonstration on the working of electronic voting machines (EVMs) to allay fears that the devices can be tampered with by political parties and candidates.
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India on Friday pledged its commitment to eliminate tuberculosis by 2025, five years ahead of the global goal to reduce the number of such deaths by 90 per cent by 2030. Speaking at the 29th meeting of Stop TB Partnership coordination committee, Union Health Minister J P Nadda said that India has formulated a national strategic plan with a special focus on stamping out the bactrial disease at grass root levels.
The centre has denied that it had set June 30 2017 as the deadline to get an Aadhaar card. The submission was made in the Supreme Court which refrained from issuing an interim stay on the government notifications which require citizens to have an Aadhaar card by June 30 2017.
Following the modifications by the Union Government to the recommendations made by the 7th Pay Commission or 7th CPC, here are the latest updates on how it could benefit government employees. Following the recommendations made by the pay panel the government had modified the same in respect to both defence and civil pay matrix and Index of Rationalisation (IOR).
On the issue of women safety, the newly elected mayor of SDMC said that the corporation is in the process of identification of dark spots.
The problem, according to the bench, was that the doctors here have more work load which is not tolerated by the patients’ relatives.
Two bike-borne assailants allegedly threw chilli powder at the custodian of a cash van, shot him and made off with Rs 19 lakh from Rohini’s Begumpur area Friday afternoon, police said. Initial investigation revealed that the heist was meticulously planned as police found CCTV footage showing the men following the van from Karol Bagh.
Fourteen-year-old Kanika, daughter of a labourer in Gurgaon’s Kadarpur village, dreams of becoming an accountant one day, so she can provide a better life to her family and herself. The main obstruction in her path, however, is the government school in the village where she studies.
Delhi BJP spokesperson Tajinder Pal Bagga has suggested that Delhi’s Babar Road, named after India’s first Mughal emperor, be renamed after Ummer Fayaz, the Army lieutenant who was killed by terrorists in the Valley recently. Bagga has written to the Prime Minister, MP Meenakshi Lekhi and NDMC chairperson Naresh Kumar in this regard. Bagga, in his letter, said the entire nation is mourning the death of the Armyman from the Rajputana Rifles.
The Gold Knee Replacement surgery was conducted at AIIMS on Wednesday.
New Delhi: A 60-year-old woman’s problem knee has been replaced with what what doctors call a golden knee at the All India Instititute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). The Gold Knee Replacement surgery was conducted at AIIMS on Wednesday.