The stage is all set for the merger between AIADMK warring factions in Tamil Nadu on Monday (today) with the chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami is expected to head the government while the rebel leader O Panneerselvam (OPS) is likely to get party chief’s post after the unification. – See more at: http://m.deccanherald.com/index.php?url=/content/629027/aiadmk-merge-ops-get-party.html&secid=1#sthash.eDXg1ESn.dpuf
Demonetisation has left Maoists, J-K separatists ‘fund starved’: Arun Jaitley
Commenting on the benefits of demonetisation, Union Minister Jaitley reiterated that money which was earlier getting circulated outside the economy has come into the formal banking system.
JEE Advanced exam will go completely online from next year
The Joint Admission Board (JAB) says the online exam will address logistical problems and make evaluations easier.
Indian Army to add more teeth to Russian origin T-90 battle tanks
The missiles, to be fired from the 125mm gun barrels of T-90 tanks, will be able to hit targets by taking a pre-flight programmed manoeuvre and hit targets up to 8 kilometres.
IIT accepts resignation of whistle-blower professor who got relief from former president
IIT Kharagpur had suspended Kumar for “misconduct” in May 2011, the same year the Supreme Court had lauded him as an “unsung hero” for his efforts to reform the IIT Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), which has since been re-christened as JEE Advanced.
NIA strikes fear in those indulging in terror funding: Rajnath Singh
Rajnath Singh’s comments come at a time when the NIA has launched a crackdown against separatists in Kashmir
UP CM Yogi Adityanath bats for meeting between NIA, state agencies every six months
Yogi Adityanath said he was “happy that NIA, Lucknow region office and residential premises inaugurated by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will cover three more states -Madhya Pradesh, Bihar and Uttarakhand, besides Uttar Pradesh.”
Nepal PM thanks PM Modi for pledging Rs. 25 crore for flood relief – via NMApp: