May

Zoom Air enters the Indian aviation market

Zoom Air enters the Indian aviation market

February 14, 2017

Zoom Air, a professional airline group and the newest addition to the Indian domestic sky, successfully took off on its opening flight on February 12 and is all set to commence commercial operations from February 15 with Bombardier CRJ200.

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India proposes e-visa facility for another 36 nations

India proposes e-visa facility for another 36 nations

July 13, 2016

After the e-visa facility attracted huge foreign tourist arrivals in India, the country now plans to extend the online visa service for another 36 countries.

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Man versus Wildlife in India

Man versus Wildlife in India

June 17, 2016

Accidents on railway tracks are not uncommon. Cases of many people getting injured or even dying are reported regularly. But, this time it is Elephants who have been wounded and killed by train collisions and with the expansion of modern high-speed railways and urbanisation in In...

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Blue Bulls, Monkeys and Wild Boars killed in India

Blue Bulls, Monkeys and Wild Boars killed in India

June 16, 2016

Supreme Court barges in a fight of principles and outlook that exploded in India after around 200 Blue Bulls (Nilgai) were killed in the Indian state of Bihar raising issues between the Ministry of Environment Forest and Climate Change and animal activists in the country.

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Kashmiri Hindus Celebrate Kheer Bhawani Festival

Kashmiri Hindus Celebrate Kheer Bhawani Festival

June 15, 2016

Thousands of Kashmiri Brahmans (hindu priest cast in India) come from different parts of India to the Kheer Bhawani shrine in Tulmul Ganderbal area of Kashmir. The festival is celebrated every year in May-June.

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Bountiful monsoon showers in the country

Bountiful monsoon showers in the country

June 4, 2016

India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicts well-distributed rains crosswise India, which will help to lift up the Indian agrarian economy. Upholding to the rain forecasts made by private weather forecasters, India’s official weather forecasting agency, the India Meteorologi...

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International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia

International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia

May 18, 2016

Even as the world observes International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia on May 17, the third genders are not yet fully accepted by the society and face constant harassment and exploitation. Though countries across the globe celebrate International Day against Homophobia a...

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New insolvency laws

New insolvency laws

May 13, 2016

How to make it easier to do business in India, still sometimes complicated for local and foreign players? The upper house of Parliament of India aimed at addressing part of this issue by passing the insolvency and bankruptcy code 2016, on May 11. Business default is still a huge ...

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Drought Management in India

Drought Management in India

May 12, 2016

On May 11, the Supreme Court of India directed the government and some Indian states to forgo the current drought management system in the country and build a plan that is transparent and based on rules, to address a dramatic situation in many rural areas. As many Indian states w...

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Aiming to reach global audience

Aiming to reach global audience

May 2, 2016

India is on a look out for good translators to translate Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindi speech into English. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in search of an ideal translator who could translate his Hindi speech into English. The objective behind this is to take...

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