- Historic Channakeshava temple turns 900
- SC raps States on massive police vacancies
- Plastic bullets to replace pellets in J&K
- 700 medicines made affordable for poor: PM
- SC refers anti-defection law issue to larger Bench
- Cyber response unit to be set up, says Reserve Bank
- ‘No need for borrowing freeze’
- Ultralight device can be charged with movement
- One tenth of telecom tower workforce may lose jobs, marketing & corporate offices most vulnerable
Channakeshava temple in Belur was constructed by Vishnuvardhana
SC seeks definite roadmap to fill up the long-pending vacancies in the States’ police forces.
Government would introduce less lethal “plastic bullets” to be used against protesters in Jammu and Kashmir.
The Central government had fixed prices for 700 medicines for the benefit of the people as part of a comprehensive healthcare policy.
Plea urges second look on status of expelled legislator with regard to Tenth Schedule
Move comes in the wake of attacks in the financial system
Government may borrow if it follows fiscal deficit path, says FRBM panel chief
Scientists have developed a light-weight, paper-based device that can harvest energy from body movements to power sensors and watches.
About 10% of the 60,000-plus people employed in telecom tower companies could lose jobs over the next year as rapid consolidation among telecom service providers hurts tenancies and revenue at the infrastructure firms.