Congress never tried to find solutions to the permanent problems, Prime Minister Narendra Modi …
Rohit’s 56 not out takes India to 77/1 after Jadeja takes a fifer
Captain Rohit Sharma (56 not out) scored an authoritative half-century after Ravindra Jadeja picked up a five-for as India reached 77 for 1 …
Ensure all projects are operational by year-end, Stalin tells officials
Much of the people’s appreciation of the government hinged on the performance of the officials, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin …
E-paper 09 February 2023
AWBI wants to mark Feb 14 as Cow Hug Day
The Animal Welfare Board of India wants to christen February 14 as Cow Hug Day, and has …
NEET aspirant ends life
A 17-year-old NEET aspirant committed suicide by jumping from the 10th floor of a multi-story building in the Kunhari area here, police said ….
Hindenburg report: SC agrees to hear plea seeking probe
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear on Friday a plea seeking a direction to the Centre to constitute a committee monitored by a retired
HomeConnect makes lives simple
The new year has paved way for technology and innovation. We spend more time online and our phones have turned into our lifelines. Our smartphones enable us to …
Hope & despair
Prime Minister Modi speaking in Lok Sabha a day after Congress’s Rahul Gandhi’s attack on his government, lashed out at the 10 years of UPA rule, saying it had bled the country dry. Replying to the Motion of Thanks to the President’s address in parliament, he said, 2004 to 2014 was the decade of scams and violence and the UPA’s trademark was to turn every opportunity into crisis. And while the Congress might feel the way to go is to abuse Modi, the 140 crore people of the country were his shield, he added.
E-Rupee to be piloted by 5 more banks in 9 more cities soon
Five more banks will join the pilot on the central bank digital currency or e-rupee for retail customers and the project will be extended to nine additional cities, the Reserve Bank said on Wednesday. The Reserve Bank, which began piloting the central bank digital currency or e-rupee for retail customers in early December with eight banks in five cities, stressed that it does not want to rush with it but favours a slow and steady adoption.