MHA declares The Resistance Entrance (TRF) and its organisations as terror outfits

The Ministry of Residence Affairs (MHA) has banned The Resistance Entrance (TRF), an offshoot of Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba proscribed terror outfit and all its manifestations and entrance organisations. The ministry has declared them as terrorist organizations below the Illegal Actions (Prevention) Act 1967. The MHA made the announcement via a notification, mentioning that “the actions of … Read more

Numerous Dalit organisations demand inner reservation amongst SCs

The gang on the conference hosted by Aikya Horata Chalana Samiti on the Nationwide School Grounds in Bengaluru on Tuesday. | Photograph Credit score: Ok. MURALI KUMAR After over a decade, a number of factions of the Dalit Sangharsh Samiti (DSS) got here collectively on Tuesday, and demanded implementation of inner reservation amongst Scheduled Castes … Read more

18 worldwide organisations write to CJI to think about releasing G.N. Saibaba

Professor G.N. Saibaba. File | Photograph Credit score: The Hindu Eighteen worldwide human rights organisations wrote a letter to Chief Justice of India D.Y. Chandrachud, expressing concern over the well being of professor G.N. Saibaba and urging him to evaluate the order suspending his launch from the Nagpur Central Jail. On October 14 this yr, … Read more

Work to eradicate social inequalities, V-C tells voluntary organisations

Mangalore College Vice Chancellor P.S. Yadapadithaya inaugurating Chinnara Utsava organised by Rotary Membership of Mangalore in Mangaluru on Sunday. | Picture Credit score: SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT Youngsters from youngster care centres taking part in an occasion at Chinnara Utsav in Mangaluru on Sunday. | Picture Credit score: SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT Youngsters from youngster care centres taking part … Read more

Kannada organisations say govt. not severe about border row

Kannada organisations have accused the State authorities of not taking the Karnataka-Maharashtra border problem critically. “In 2004, the Maharashtra authorities went to the Supreme Court docket looking for quashing of the Border Reorganisation Act of 1956. The Maharashtra Chief Minister has taken it very critically. He has been holding steady conferences together with his Ministers, … Read more

DGCA audits flying coaching organisations, enhances surveillance

The Directorate Normal of Civil Aviation has issued a recent round for enhanced surveillance of flying coaching organisations within the nation after a current inspection. The target of the newest round is to reinforce DGCA’s oversight over flying coaching and floor coaching actions of coaching organisation for enhancing the security of operations and high quality … Read more