Day: September 13, 2018

Health Ministry implemented HIV AIDS Act 2017

Health Ministry implemented HIV AIDS Act 2017  According to the implemented law, every HIV infected or affected person below the age of 18 has the right to live in a shared household and enjoy its facilities. The act criminalises any kind of discrimination against people suffering from AIDS in terms of treatment, employment and workplace. […]

Forbes Nominated author Preeti Shenoy Pens New Book, ‘The Rule Breakers’

Forbes Nominated author Preeti Shenoy Pens New Book, ‘The Rule Breakers’ The novel set in the ’90s is the story of Veda who harbours big dreams but finds herself trapped in an arranged marriage and realizes that her opinions in real life don’t matter.

IPPB tied Up With FSS To Create Payments Network For Unorganized Retail

IPPB tied Up With FSS To Create Payments Network For Unorganized Retail  Financial Software and Systems (FSS) is a payments technology company to ensure that micro-merchants are able to accept payments over any channel – online, unified payments interface (UPI), quick-response (QR) codes, Aadhaar and IPPB accounts.

Goa prepares draft employment policy aims to ensure zero employment

Goa prepares draft employment policy aims to ensure zero employment  The draft is been formulated by Minister for Employment Rohan Khaunte.

AAI dropped water aerodrome project in Chilika Lake

AAI dropped water aerodrome project in Chilika Lake The Airports Authority of India (AAI) cancelled the proposed water aerodrome project at Chilika Lake in Odisha. Environmentalists and  Chilika Development Authority (CDA) strictly opposed the project planned by AAI as it would have a negative impact on the ecosystem and the surrounding human population at the world’s second largest brackish water lake. […]

UN Security Council holds first-ever meeting on corruption

UN Security Council holds first-ever meeting on corruption  UN Secretary-General António Guterres said that corruption is linked to illicit trafficking of arms, drugs and people as well as terrorism. As per the estimates by the World Economic Forum, the global cost of corruption is at least $2.6 trillion, or 5 per cent of the global gross domestic product […]

Vostok 2018 the largest exercise held in Russia

Vostok 2018 the largest exercise held in Russia  Vostok 2018 – Russian military practice massive airstrikes and measures against cruise missiles. As many as 300,000 Russian troops are expected to take part in large-scale military drills as part of “Vostok 2018,” 

Indias first missile tracking ship to undergo sea trial by HSL

Indias first missile tracking ship to undergo sea trial by HSL Hindustan Shipyard Limited (HSL) is all set to undertake India’s first missile tracking ship for trials. The sea trials would be carried out either by September-end or the first week of October. Once the ship is tested successfully, the vessel will be confidently handed over to the […]

Jhulan Goswami 1st player to pick 300 international wickets in Women’s Cricket

Jhulan Goswami 1st player to pick 300 international wickets in Women’s Cricket Indian pacer Jhulan Goswami achieved this feet after reaching the landmark figure in India’s nine-wicket win over Sri Lanka on September 11. Another Indian Cricketer Mithali Raj went past England’s Charlotte Edwards (117) as the most-capped captain in women’s ODIs with her 118th appearance.

SC orders to demolish structures that threatens the Aravallis

SC orders to demolish structures that threatens the Aravallis The Supreme Court ordered to demolish the structures built illegally by a prominent builder in the protected forests of the Aravallis. The order said that the colonizers have caused irreversible ecological damage to the ancient hills. A Bench of Justices Madan B. Lokur and Deepak Gupta ordered to demolish […]