Day: January 4, 2019

Third woman breaches ban at Sabarimala temple amid protests

KOCHI, India – A woman aged 46 has become the third to enter the Sabarimala Hindu temple in Kerala in defiance of an ancient ban on females of menstruating age, the office of the chief minister said on Friday. It was not immediately clear how the woman, a […]

National Entrepreneurship Awards 2018 presented to India’s Most Promising Entrepreneurs and Individuals

open view web desk National Entrepreneurship Awards 2018, aimed at recognizing and honoring outstanding young first-generation entrepreneurs and those who have contributed immensely in building the entrepreneurship ecosystem, were presented here today by the Minister of Commerce and Industry & Civil Aviation Shri Suresh Prabhu and the Minister […]

Indian Panorama Film Festival inaugurated in New Delhi

Mrinal Sen was a prolific filmmaker whose movies had a deep impact in Indian society: Shri Amit Khare, Secretary, Ministry of I&B Festivals like Indian Panorama Film Festival should be organized all across the country: Shri Amit Khare, Secretary, Ministry of I&B open view web desk Indian Panorama […]

Procurement of Crops Under MSP

open view web desk Agriculture Marketing is a State subject and concerned States/Union Territories regulate and facilitate marketing of agriculture produce under their respective State regulations.  No specific study has been conducted by Government providing statistics about the quantity of his produce a farmer is selling on MSP […]

Categories of Reservation Quotas in Indian Railways

open view web desk With a view to cater to requirements of different categories of passengers served by Indian Railways, available reserved accommodation is distributed broadly under following types of reservation quotas: S.No. Quota Available for   General General Public   Tatkal General Public   Premium Tatkal General […]

Only teachers can change education scenario of the country and make education more relevant by their innovative methods

Innovation is needed in every field of life – Dr Satya Pal Singh open view web desk Union Minister for Human Resource Development, Shri Prakash Javadekar today said that innovation in teaching is very important and only teachers of this country have the capabilities to change education scenario […]

Modern witch-hunts terrorise New Guinea highlands

A spate of brutal witch-hunts has plunged parts of Papua New Guinea’s highlands into a state of terror, as fearful tribes blame dark forces for their rapidly changing world. In one particularly horrifying incident, an elderly woman writhes and pleads hysterically as she is mercilessly beaten, raped and […]