Diesel price rose to a record high of Rs. 61.88 per litre in Delhi on Tuesday, as global oil rates continued their rally. Petrol retailed at a three-year high of Rs. 71.27 per litre in the national capital. Petrol price at Rs. 71.27 per litre, effective 6 am, January 16, was the highest recorded since August 2014, according to state-owned Indian Oil Corporation. On Tuesday, petrol prices were increased by 9 paise per litre in…"Diesel Prices Rise To Record High, Petrol At Three-Year Peak"
The Aadhaar data, including biometric information, is fully safe and secure,” the UIDAI claims. The UIDAI on Thursday dismissed reports of full Aadhaar details being made available on payment of 500 by anonymous sellers, asserting that its system is “secure” and any misuse can be traced and action can be taken as it maintains complete log of various functions. In a statement issued in New Delhi, the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) reiterated that…"UIDAI says Aadhaar system secure"
Nikhilesh Roy Chowdhury, Kolkata: Whatever exciting contemporary jargons you throw upon social media, you could get some booty. May be cash, may be fashion creations, or narcotics. And you would get protection also. Because the reckless doomsday preachers want to throw you in ashtray. Drug lords are their mentor. Mainly the network is maintained by the underworld through various countries. The terror modules are their launching pads. Stupid young generation doesn’t know by whom they…"Drug Cartels Give Oxygen For Terror Funding In W Bengal"
New Delhi: Central government employees can now get paid leave for blood donation, personnel ministry has said. At present, service rules allow leave for whole blood donation and not apheresis donation, it said. It is felt that the rule should cover apheresis donation as well since it will have the added advantage of getting blood components like platelets, plasma, etc, the ministry said in an order issued recently. “It has now been decided that Special…"Govt Employees To Get Paid Leave For Blood Donation"
If we don’t act now, let’s brace ourselves for more gruesome crimes against India’s youngest citizens. Unsafe at workplaces, public spaces and everywhere else, but certainly not the school is what you and I always thought. But a spate of crimes against children, from murder to rape to sexual assault, makes us rethink if the school is indeed a child’s second home. Crimes against children on campus, spread over a period of just the past…"Schools are unsafe for children: AIPMC"