Saturday 23rd of February 2019 08:39:05 AM  Agra

Indian diaspora in Korea to promote tourism in India - Modi

The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, addressed the Indian community in Korea.He thanked the Indian community in Seoul for the warm welcome they had accorded him.He said ties between India and Korea are not just on the basis of business contact. He said the main basis of the relationship between both countries is People To People Contact.The Prime Minister spoke at length of the economic development that has taken place in India recently.He said India...

Simplification of visa between India and South Africa

New Delhi-The Union Cabinet, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has approved the signing of Agreement between India and South Africa on simplification of visa requirements for travels of certain categories of citizens.The Agreement aims to facilitate issuance of multiple entry visa to nationals of the two countries who wish to travel to the territory of the other country for tourism, medical, business and official purpose. Such visas are normally required to be issue for a period of up to five years within a specified time limit of five days. In cases where further scrutiny is required

Indias largest domestic carrier IndiGo to curtail 30 daily flights in Feb

Indias largest passenger airline IndiGo has announced announced curtailing around 30 flights daily for the rest of February as it looks to stabilize operations and adjust crew rosters.Countrys largest domestic carrier, which has more than 41 per cent of domestic market share, said the cancellations represent 2 per cent of its flights and that operation would be normalized completely by March 31, 2019.

Tagore Awards for Cultural Harmony to a cultural organisation of Bangladesh and sculptor Ram Vanji Sutar

New Delhi - The President of India, i Ram Nath Kovind, presented the Tagore Award for Cultural Harmony for the years 2014, 2015 and 2016 to Rajkumar Singhajit Singh, Chhayanaut (a cultural organisation of Bangladesh) and Ram Vanji Sutar respectively, at a function held in New Delhi. Speaking on the occasion, the President said this Award is a celebration of Indian traditions of culture and of our civilisational wealth, whether in literature or music, art or drama, sculpture or handicrafts, design or digital art. Each region in our country has a distinct cultural identity. Yet, in its essence, culture does not divide, it unites and harmonises all of India and all of humanity. Pointing to the contributions of the award winners, the President said that Rajkumar Singhajit Singh is one of our greatest exponents of Manipuri dance...

Geriatric care becomes a great challenge in India

Banglore- India is working towards integrating Ayurveda into mainstream health care. Specialty Ayurveda clinics and hospitals are need of the hour to provide strong health care support. Bangalore has number of government and private super specialty hospitals serving the public. Management of metabolic disorders, geriatric care, health promotion can be managed well by Ayurveda said Mr Shripad Yesso Naik, The Minister of State for AYUSH.

Kumbh projected Indias soft power to the world

Prayagraj-Calling the Kumbh Mela the biggest cultural event in the world, the Vice President said that it was the largest gathering of Dharmik and Spiritual people. It is one of the greatest wonders of the World, he added. The Vice President, M Venkaiah Naidu has said that the Kumbh has projected the magnificent Soft Power of India to the world. He said that it would develop Prayagraj and adjoining historical places into tourist destinations. Shri Naidu, was on a day long visit to Prayagraj, where he felicitated the volunteers at the Yuva Kumbh Sammelan. He also addressed the Kiva Kumbh Mela where representatives from Mexico, Colombia, Paraguay, Chile, Peru, Netherlands, Brazil etc were in attendance.

Home Minister directs security brass to enhance drill during troop movement

The Union Home Minister Mr Rajnath Singh today visited Srinagar to take stock of the ground situation in Jammu and Kashmir in the wake of the heinous terrorist attack on a CRPF convoy, which resulted in heavy casualties. He laid wreath on the coffins of martyred soldiers at the Regional Training Centre of CRPF in Srinagar. Mr Rajnath Singh was accompanied by Jammu & Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik, Union Home Secretary Shri Rajiv Gauba etc. Two minutes silence was observed in remembrance of the supreme sacrifice made by the brave soldiers. Later Mr Singh shouldered a coffin in a symbolic gesture and bodies were taken to be handed over to their respective families...


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