Delhi Liquor Policy Row: Clashes broke out over excise policy, 11 officers, excise commissioner suspended

New Delhi: Delhi Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena has suspended 11 officers of the department, including the then Excise Commissioner Aarav Gopi Krishna and former Deputy Commissioner Anand Tiwari. Everyone has been suspended for the lapse in implementing the excise policy. The Union Home Ministry has taken this action on the recommendation of Lieutenant Governor VK

EAM S Jaishankar and others pay respect to former foreign minister Sushma Swaraj on her death anniversary

“Fondly remember Sushma Swaraj ji on the anniversary of her passing away. In our thoughts, so many times in so many ways,” EAM S Jaishankar wrote on Twitter and shared a heartwarming picture. Several Union ministers, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Assam chief Himanta Biswa Sarma among others on Saturday paid tributes to former Union

Vedanta and Foxconn for ‘Semiconductors Plant in India to Build Next Silicon Valley’

BENGALURU: Vedanta Group Chairman Anil Agarwal was in Bengaluru to meet Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai on Friday. A major discussion was probably over Vedanta and Taiwan’s chip giant Foxconn’s plan, announced in February, to invest $20 billion in chops and displays. Glass facility in India. In an exclusive conversation ahead of the CM’s meeting, Agarwal

Natural life has to be lived for prosperity and health: Pujya Swami Ramdev ji

Haridwar. August 02, 2022. Modernization of Traditional Indian Medicine: On the second day of the International Conference on ‘Public Health and Industrial Perspective’, the continuous flow of knowledge-research continued under the guidance of revered Swami Ramdev ji and Shreya Acharya Balkrishna ji. Abstract lectures were given on various uses of medicine. Swami Ramdev ji, Chancellor

UK PM race: Rishi Sunak wins over voters in TV debate

Former Chancellor Rishi Sunak confided in an audience of Conservative Party members in a face-to-face televised debate with rival Foreign Secretary Liz Truss in a leadership contest to elect a new Tory party leader and British prime minister. 10 on “Sky News” brought the finalists face-to-face with Conservative members who are entitled to vote in

Here’s why Britain’s first Asian MP Dadabhai Naoroji’s London house got the coveted ‘Blue Plaque’

New Delhi: The London home of Dadabhai Naoroji – the first Asian to be elected a British Member of Parliament – will receive a ‘blue plaque’, an honor reserved for notable personalities who have lived and worked in London. Patel, author of ‘Naoroji: Pioneer of Indian Nationalism’, lauded the decade-long effort of non-governmental charity organization