7 pm today, terrorists on a motorcycle fired 6 rounds towards troops of 183Bn CRPF, who were deployed for duty in Pulwama. No injury reported: Central Reserve Police Force.
Yes Bank board reconstituted with immediate effect with the appointment of 8 members pursuant to Yes Bank Limited Reconstruction Scheme, 2020.
Pakistani troops fired at and shelled forward areas along the International Border (IB) in Jammu and Kashmir's Kathua district in violation of the ceasefire, officials said on Thursday.
Pakistan Rangers opened fire and engaged in mortar shelling in Pansar, Manyari and Chak Changa areas in the Hiranagar sector.
The violation of the ceasefire began late Wednesday night and continued intermittently till Thursday morning, they said.
Border Security Force (BSF) troops guarding the border retaliated effectively, leading to brief exchanges of fire, they said.
EAM Jaishankar says that he is ‘deeply concerned at the blasts reported near the cremation site of those killed during the attack on Gurudwara Sahib in Kabul.’
Govt to front-load Rs 2,000 paid to farmers in first week of April under existing PM Kishan Yojana to benefit 8.69 cr farmers
District Mineral Fund: Central Govt to request State Govts to use this fund to augment medical testing and screening and providing health attention, announces FM Sitharaman
Welfare for building and construction workers, registered 3.5 crore workers to be benefited, Central Govt has given orders to State Govts to use fund (Rs31,000 crore) to provide relief, announces FM Sitharaman.
Govt of India will pay the Employees' Provident Fund(EPF) contribution, both of employer and employee, put together it will be 24%, this will be for next 3 months.This is for those establishments which have upto 100 employees and 90% of them earn less that 15,000: FM Sitharaman.
Govt ready to amend the regulation of EPF due to this pandemic so that workers can draw upto 75% non-refundable advance from credit in PF account or 3 months salary, whichever is lower: FM Sitharaman
This decision is going to benefit 4.8 crore workers: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman
Self Help women groups (7 crore houses holds covered), collateral-free loans doubled to 20 Lakh, to increase money in hand, announces Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman.
Ujjawala scheme near 8.3 crore BPL families covered in this, so that no running short of cooking medium, for 3 months free cylinders, announces Finance Minister.
1)Farmers,MGNREGA, Poor widows, Pensioners&divyangs covered
2) Jan Dhan Yojna accounts,Ujjwala scheme,Self help group women dealing with DDU livelihood missions,EPFO organised workers covered
3)Construction workers&district mineral workers covered,announces FM
20 crore Jan Dhan Women account holders covered- Ex gratia amount of Rs 500 per month for the next three months, announces FM Sitharaman
Wage increase in MGNREGA- 5 crore families benefited, an increase of Rs 2000 per worker on average as additional income, announces FM Sitharaman.
Indian Ambassador to Afghanistan Vinay Kumar visited the gurudwara & met community leaders, elders & families of the victims of the terrorist attack. He shared their grief & offered condolences. He was told that the injured are receiving satisfactory treatment: Embassy of India, Kabul
A fire destroyed six scrap godowns at a village in Maharashtra's Thane district on Monday night, a fire brigade official said.
UN chief Antonio Guterres has condemned the attack on a Gurudwara in Kabul that killed at least 25 people and injured many others, reiterating that attacks against civilians are unacceptable and those who carry out such crimes must be held accountable, his spokesman said.
On Wednesday, at least 25 worshippers were killed and eight others injured when a heavily armed suicide bomber stormed his way into a prominent gurdwara in the heart of Afghanistan's capital of Kabul, in one of the deadliest attacks on the minority Sikh community in the strife-torn country.
The Islamic State (IS) terror group, which has targeted Sikhs before in Afghanistan, claimed responsibility for the attack.