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Sundar Pichai speaks on intolerance ahead of India visit

 Earlier today the India-born Google CEO Sundar Pichai has extended his support to Muslims all over the world. “We must support Muslim and other minority communities in the US and around the world,” he said in a post on Medium. Recalling his early days in the US, he says “it’s so disheartening to see the intolerant discourse playing out in ... Read More »

Woman delivers baby in Delhi cab, names him Uber

 A woman in New Delhi has named her newborn after U.S.-based online taxi-hailing service Uber after she delivered a baby boy in an Uber cab. The woman, Babli, on Thursday hired the cab after repeated calls for an ambulance went unanswered. Babli, who was accompanied by two females, wanted to be taken to state-run Safdarjung Hospital. But they had to ... Read More »

Odd-even number formula row: Delhi Police to finalise plan of action after AAP govt prepares its draft policy

While the Delhi government continues to explore the feasibility of the odd-even number vehicle formula, Delhi Police have said they would finalise their plan of action only after a draft policy is prepared by the government. Senior officials said the Delhi Traffic Police would pitch for a hefty penalty and seek amendment in the Motor Vehicles Act for prosecuting the ... Read More »

With landmark climate accord, world marks turn from fossil fuels

The global climate summit in Paris forged a landmark agreement on Saturday, setting the course for a historic transformation of the world’s fossil fuel-driven economy within decades in a bid to arrest global warming. After four years of fraught UN talks often pitting the interests of rich nations against poor, imperilled island states against rising economic powerhouses, French Foreign Minister ... Read More »

Railways demolish 500 slums killing 1 child, Kejriwal suspends 2 SDMs

Railways demolish 500 slums killing 1 child, Kejriwal suspends 2 SDMs   In a bid to curb encroachment along railway tracks, at least 500 slums were demolished on late Saturday night by the Indian Railways in Delhi. Hundreds were left without a roof over their heads in the raid conducted on a chilly night. The ruthless demolition near Shakur basti ... Read More »

Odd-even plan: Delhi government to issue permits to 10k new autos to ease travel

Ahead of the implementation of the odd-even vehicle scheme in the National Capital from January 1, the Delhi government has decided to issue permits to 10,000 new autorickshaws by the end of December. At present, there are nearly 80,000 autos plying in the Capital and the new addition will help in the facilitation of commuters during the 15-day trial period. ... Read More »

PM Modi pays tribute to martyrs of 2001 Parliament attack

To commemorate the 14th anniversary of the Parliament attack, Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid homage to the martyrs at a solemn ceremony held in the premises of the Parliament. Following this, the Prime Minister also met with family members of the victims of the attack. “We remember the valour of all those who lost their lives defending the temple of ... Read More »

Vice President Hamid Ansari, others break ground for $7.6 billion TAPI pipeline

Vice President Hamid Ansari, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and leaders from Turkmenistan and Afghanistan today broke the ground for the ambitious USD 7.6 billion TAPI pipeline project. The project will provide energy-hungry India gas to run its power plants. Ansari flew to the ancient city of Mary, 311 km from the capital Asghabat, which was part of the old ... Read More »

Some Hidden Truths On How To Sell Cars

If you are selling your car for the first time, then surely you must nervous about secure home and whether you will be able to attract the right customers and even when you do, will you be able to negotiate with them and convince them about your car properly or not. These feelings are nothing unusual, however, what you need to ... Read More »

DoT Exempts Short Range Microphones, Radars From Licensing

Government has exempted use of wireless frequencies from licensing requirement for short-range microphones like cordless phones, radars, contact less cards and similar products. The Wireless Planning and Coordination Wing – the custodian of spectrum – in its latest notification exempted very low power equipment for wireless microphones, that can be used in the frequency band of 36 to 38 MHz, ... Read More »