A new Israeli Chrysanthemum flower has been named ‘MODI’ as a gesture to mark PM Modi’s visit to Israel on Tuesday. Modi had visited the Danziger flower farm along with the Israeli PM Netanyahu earlier that day, as part of his three-day visit.
Batting for making registration of marriages compulsory, the Law Commission today said this will help prevent “marriage fraud” and protect women often denied the status of a wife due to the absence of matrimonial records.
The government has allowed the use of stickers with revised rates for pre-packaged items, along with the printed MRP till September 30. The clarification came as several businesses were left with unsold stock as they carried pre-GST rates.
Narendra Modi, who is set to become the first Indian PM to visit Israel, is expected to put in place a comprehensive partnership beyond defence ties, covering water, agriculture, disaster management, innovation, startups, business and people-to-people relations.
Security forces are planning to take an aggressive stand to crush growing terrorism in the Valley and prevent people from joining terror outfits such as LeT or Hizbul Mujahideen mainly active in various districts of south Kashmir.
India has pushed in more troops in a “non-combative mode” to establish strategic leverage in an area near Sikkim, where the soldiers have been locked in a standoff with Chinese troops for almost a month now.
India on Monday successfully test-fired an indigenously developed short range and Quick Reaction Surface to Air missile (QRSAM) from Chandipur along the Odisha coast.
India and China are currently engaged in a face-off in the area close to Sikkim—the tri-junction between India, Bhutan and China. The face-off followed Indian troops opposing construction of a road by the Chinese in the Doklam plateau in the beginning of this month.
China will resolutely safeguard its sovereignty in the border conflicts with India even at the cost of war, Chinese experts warned today, amid a standoff between the two nations in the Sikkim sector.
The billionaire Founder of Vedanta, Anil Agarwal has said that a chunk of his pledged wealth will go towards nurturing over 7.5 crore children below the poverty line. “I strongly believe that we have a responsibility… nurturing underprivileged children is close to my heart,” he said.