Gujarat: Lion safaris start at Girnar sanctuary

A WEEK AFTER Chief Minister Vijay Rupani’s announcement, lion safaris formally started in Girnar Wildlife Sanctuary (GWLS) in Junagadh on Tuesday, making the hilly forest the second protected habitat of Asiatic lions to have a tourism zone. Gir National Park and Sanctuary (GNPS) in Sasan village of Junagadh district is the opposite protected forest space… Continue reading Gujarat: Lion safaris start at Girnar sanctuary

Farmer leaders concerned in violence, no wrongdoer might be spared: Delhi police chief

Delhi Police on Wednesday alleged that farmer leaders made inflammatory speeches and have been concerned within the violence through the tractor parade by agitating farmers that left 394 of its personnel injured, and warned that no wrongdoer might be spared. Addressing a press convention, Delhi police commissioner S N Srivastava stated farmer unions didn’t comply… Continue reading Farmer leaders concerned in violence, no wrongdoer might be spared: Delhi police chief

Day after R-day violence, two unions half methods from farmers’ protest

A day after violence hit the nationwide capital throughout farmers’ tractor rally, two farm unions–the Rashtriya Kisan Mazdoor Sangathan and Bharatiya Kisan Union (Bhanu)– on Wednesday introduced their withdrawal from the farmers’ protest. “We have not come here for people to be martyred or to get them beaten up. We can’t support taking forward the… Continue reading Day after R-day violence, two unions half methods from farmers’ protest

Demand rises, migrants make lengthy bus journey again to Kerala

WITH DEMAND for migrant labour choosing up in Kerala after easing of pandemic-related restrictions, a whole lot of staff from the east and northeastern states have began returning to the state. Since common practice companies are but to renew on these routes, these staff are making bus journeys lasting as much as 5 days to… Continue reading Demand rises, migrants make lengthy bus journey again to Kerala

‘Gender Park’ to return up in Kerala

The Kerala authorities’s Rs 300 crore three tower “Gender Park,” claimed to be the primary of its form within the nation and dealing in the direction of gender equality within the state, will turn into purposeful right here from February. The launch will coincide with the second version of the International Conference on Gender Equality… Continue reading ‘Gender Park’ to return up in Kerala

New 9-km hall of Chennai Metro to open for commuters subsequent month

The 9-km stretch of Chennai Metro, connecting Washermanpet to Wimco Nagar, is more likely to be opened for business operations subsequent month. The testing of signalling techniques was accomplished on January 18 and 19. Chennai Metro officers had been concerned in conducting the trial run and testing over the past couple of months. They had… Continue reading New 9-km hall of Chennai Metro to open for commuters subsequent month

Republic Day 2021: Here’s how states celebrated 72nd R-Day this 12 months

The annual Republic Day celebrations started at the moment within the nationwide capital below the shadow of Covid-19 and farmers protests. The protesting farmers who’re in search of repeal of the contentious farm payments handed final 12 months breached the Delhi borders and entered the capital. The National Flag was unfurled at Rajpath within the… Continue reading Republic Day 2021: Here’s how states celebrated 72nd R-Day this 12 months

India provides Covid vaccines to diplomats, together with Pak, China

In what’s being seen as a diplomatic goodwill gesture, India has provided made-in-India Covid-19 vaccines for international diplomatic corps within the nation. This supply has been prolonged to Pakistan and Chinese missions as effectively. So far, the federal government has been vaccinating its well being employees, and the quantity crossed 15 lakh over the weekend.… Continue reading India provides Covid vaccines to diplomats, together with Pak, China

India seventh on index of nations impacted by local weather change in 2019

India ranks seventh amongst international locations most affected in 2019 by local weather change, in keeping with the Global Climate Risk Index, 2021, launched Monday by Germanwatch — an NGO primarily based in Bonn, Germany. In 2019, monsoon continued for a month longer than regular in India. From June to the tip of September 2019,… Continue reading India seventh on index of nations impacted by local weather change in 2019

On highways resulting in Delhi: Langars each 5 km for a heat welcome

National highways resulting in Delhi have been filled with automobiles on Monday. Till late Sunday evening, there was a heavy rush on NH-44 with tons of of tractors, bikes, jeeps, vehicles, buses and vehicles heading in direction of the nationwide capital, with revolutionary songs blaring each few steps and protesters declaring that they have been… Continue reading On highways resulting in Delhi: Langars each 5 km for a heat welcome