Thursday, Jun 29 2017 | Time 21:34 Hrs(IST)
image
  • Cong, CPI-M term PM's statement on lynching as mere 'eyewash'
  • Air India pride of the country, a plan is being made to sell it off: Mamata
  • Italy gets Brussels backing for EU peers to accept migrants off boats
  • Djokovic leads the way into Eastbourne semi-finals
  • South Sudan says aid workers can not go to 'insecure' rebel-held areas
  • UP prepares for Kanwariya Yatra during Sawan
  • NCP demands judicial inquiry into Manjula Shetye's death
  • ....
  • Implementation of GST in its current form will have wider legal, political ramifications: Tarigami
  • Now, ED serves notice to Huriyat leader Geelani for possessing dollars illegally
  • Cong to boycott GST launch, says Modi has trivialised 'Freedom at midnight moment'
  • Venezuela's shield-bearing protesters inspired by Ukraine
  • Three new records set on first day at State athletics meet
  • Odisha to set up a model weaver village in Berhampur
  • Odisha PSUs to impart JEE Advance training to 200 meritorious students from backward community
States Share

Punjab govt must release white paper on electricity : Khaira

Punjab govt must release white paper on electricity : Khaira

Chandigarh, Apr 21 (UNI) The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today demanded from the Punjab government to release a white paper on the present situation of electricity production and demand in the state. In a statement here, AAP MLA and chief whip in Assembly Sukhpal Singh Khaira said the government is unable to meet the electricity requirement in state but is talking about selling electricity to Pakistan and Nepal. He said Punjab is an agriculture based state and the paddy grower farmers need 24 hour uninterrupted supply of electricity but in the peak season farmers are provided only 8 hours of supply. Many small villages and remote areas (Dhanis) of state are still deprived of electricity facility. The AAP leader said that government itself is not clear about the power situation in state as the electricity minister has asked to review the power purchase agreements with private players in the state. He said that the clarity about it necessary before taking further steps to sell electricity. He termed government’s claim of power surplus mere an eyewash. “The ties of India-Pakistan are not in good shape and both countries are engaged in many differences so in this time selling electricity to Pakistan does not make sense.” he said. Mr Khaira said the government also must clarify the rates at which it is selling electricity to the residents. UNI DB SW 1745

Top News
President praises major financial changes, including introduction of GST

President praises major financial changes, including introduction of GST

Kolkata, Jun 29 (UNI) President Pranab Mukherjee today said major changes have happened in India during 2017 like, budget session has been advanced to the first day of February and the first combined budget of independent India that included Railways was presented in Parliament.

see more..
   
29 Jun 2017 | 7:14 PM
Terror to figure prominently at G20 Summit, It's in line with

Terror to figure prominently at G20 Summit, It's in line with "Modi's approach": MEA

New Delhi, Jun 29 (UNI) Terrorism will figure prominently at the G20 Summit at Hamburg in Germany next month, a senior official in the Ministry of External Affairs said here and maintained that the talks proposed at Leaders' Retreat on the theme of terror is also in "alliance" with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's own approach on the issue.

see more..
   
29 Jun 2017 | 8:52 PM
Cong to boycott GST launch, says Modi has trivialised 'Freedom at midnight moment'

Cong to boycott GST launch, says Modi has trivialised 'Freedom at midnight moment'

New Delhi, June 29 (UNI) Announcing its decision to boycott tomorrow’s midnight GST launch at Parliament, the Congress today dubbed it just as a ‘’tamasha’ (‘spectacle) and said Prime Minister Narendra Modi was insulting the ‘’freedom at midnight moment’’ by giving a similar importance to a taxation event.

see more..
   
29 Jun 2017 | 9:11 PM
Modi expresses anguish, anger over killing of people in the name of cow protection

Modi expresses anguish, anger over killing of people in the name of cow protection

Ahmedabad, Jun 29 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi today expressed anger and anguish over the present atmosphere of violence in the nation and asserted that no one can be allowed to kill people in the name of cows.

see more..
   
29 Jun 2017 | 4:43 PM
Congress decision to boycott GST launch unfortunate: Govt

Congress decision to boycott GST launch unfortunate: Govt

New Delhi, Jun 29 (UNI) The Government today described as 'unfortunate' the Congress move to boycott tomorrow’s midnight function in Parliament’s Central Hall for launch of the GST, and dismissed all the reasons given by the Opposition party for its decision.

see more..
   
29 Jun 2017 | 8:05 PM
Election of Vice-President on Aug 5, result the same day

Election of Vice-President on Aug 5, result the same day

New Delhi, Jun 29 (UNI) The election to the office of Vice-President of the country will be held on August 5 and results will be announced the same day, Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Nasim Zaidi said here today announcing the schedule.

see more..
   
29 Jun 2017 | 5:38 PM
Assy passes resolutions for reservation of seats for Delhi students

Assy passes resolutions for reservation of seats for Delhi students

New Delhi, Jun 29 (UNI) After a short duration discussion regarding reservation of seats for Delhi's students in colleges, the Delhi Assembly today passed resolutions in these regard including 85 per-cent reservation of seats in colleges that are funded by the State Government.

see more..
   
29 Jun 2017 | 8:40 PM
UP prepares for Kanwariya Yatra during Sawan

UP prepares for Kanwariya Yatra during Sawan

29 Jun 2017 | 9:21 PM

Lucknow, Jun 29 (UNI) After peaceful passing of Holy month of Ramadan and celebration of Eid, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has now geared up the forces to ensure incident free Kanwar Yatra during the coming month of Shrawan, starting from Sunday.

JPCC celebrates 26th death anniversary of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi

21 May 2017 | 6:22 PM

Ranchi, May 21 (UNI) The Jharkhand Pradesh Congress Committee today paid floral tributes to former Prime Minister Bharat Ratna late Rajiv Gandhi on his 26th death anniversary which was celebrated by the party as ‘Shahdat Diwas’.

image