84-Year-Old Retd Bank Clerk Donates Life Savings Worth Rs 1 Crore To Indian Armed Forces; In a heartwarming gesture, a retired bank employee donated his entire life savings worth Rs 1 crore to the Indian defence forces. Janardan Bhatt, an 84-year-old former SBI clerk donated the amount to the National Defence Fund.
Restrooms in malls, public places to sport instant feedback devices; Govt has asked all urban local bodies to enter into a three-year contracts with ITI Ltd which will provide feedback devices for Rs 945 per month per device.
India, Australia Bilateral Naval Exercise Next Month; India and Australia will hold their second bilateral naval exercise next month off the coast of Western Australia, the country’s envoy here said on Tuesday.
Rahul Gandhi; Asks Gujarat Congress unit to consolidate anger against BJP
US Army is paying this Indian boy Rs 1.2 crore pay to join it; Jaipur lad Monark Sharma has been appointed as scientist in the AH-64E combat fighter helicopter unit of the US army. Headquartered in Fort Hood, Texas, Sharma bagged the opportunity with an annual remuneration of Rs 1.20 crore.
Taking a dig at the erstwhile Congress-led UPA government, Sinha said that BSNL suffered losses during 2006-07 to 2012-13 due to lack of investment for its expansion during this period.
Indian banking won’t be the same again if RBI gets to clean the bad loan mess. If the regulator has its way in driving banks to insolvency courts to sort out defaults, Indian banking won’t be the same again.
Pakistan says Islamic world won’t allow Iran to tamper with Saudi Arabia’s security; In response to a statement made by Iranian Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces Mohammad Hussein Bagheri, the head of Pakistan’s Council of Scholars Taher Mahmoud Ashrafi said that the Iranian threat to Saudi Arabia and Pakistan is condemnable and regrettable.
India will soon start making these five deadly Israeli-origin guns
Army tightens multi-layered anti-terror grid along LoC to check infiltration; The Indian Army has tightened its multi-layered anti-terror grid along the Line of Control (LoC) to check infiltration bid. According to information received by the intelligence agencies, there are at least 200 terrorists who are waiting to infiltrate into the Indian soil.
India is a land of amazing opportunities: V Vaidyanathan, Chairman, Capital First; “Anything I start, I always believe it will work. When looking for equity for buyout of the company, every time I met a prospective investor.