the violence of Tripura; Indian Railways withdraws dress code and more


MoS Union Pratima Bhowmik denies attack on TMC in Tripura; “Attempt to denigrate the state”

Amid the heated confrontation between Tripura Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Trinamool Congress, MoS MP for Social Justice and Empowerment and BJP MP for West Tripura Pratima Bhoumik spoke to Republic Media Network on Monday and spoke stated that there had been no attack on the TMC and that it is a conspiracy to defame the state.


Indian Railways remove saffron dress code for waiters aboard the Ramayan Express

After clairvoyants from Ujjain objected to the saffron attire of Ramayan Express servers, Indian Railways on Monday changed the uniforms of its staff on board. Earlier today, angry seers said it was an insult to the Hindu religion and threatened to stop the train in Delhi on December 12 if the dress code is not removed.


Health Minister Mandaviya urges states with low COVID vaccination rates to develop ‘microplans’

Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya held a virtual meeting on Monday to assess the progress of COVID-19 vaccination in Pondicherry, Nagaland, Meghalaya and Manipur. “We are in the last round of vaccination against COVID19. Let us launch an aggressive campaign to ensure full vaccination against COVID-19 by increasing the rate of vaccination and expanding coverage,” said the Union Minister. Health secretaries and senior officials from the health departments of Manipur, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Puducherry attended the meeting.


Farooq Abdullah Undermines India’s PoK Resolution, Says “Can’t Take Nothing From Pak”

A day after MoS PMO Jitendra Singh said that taking over the PoK was next on the Modi government’s agenda, Jammu and Kashmir (NC) National Conference chairman Farooq Abdullah s is mocked at the statement saying “we cannot take anything back” from Pakistan. The former chief minister of J&K once again fought for talks with the nation led by Imran Khan, saying India could not take anything back, it should instead work to repair the disputed area.


RBI announces plan to buy PMC Bank by USFC; Payment Provisions For Depositors

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Monday released a draft acquisition program for the Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative Bank (PMC). According to the program, the ailing bank will be taken over by Delhi-based Unity Small Finance Bank (USFB). The RBI said the merger contemplates taking over PMC Bank’s assets and liabilities, including deposits, to provide a greater degree of protection for depositors.


Aviation Minister Scindia to fly SpiceJet Boeing 737 Max to rekindle passenger confidence

After two years of shutdown, the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGAC) on Monday gave SpiceJet Airways a green light to fly the Boeing MAX 737 plane, which was grounded after the world witnessed two fatal accidents involving the same aircraft (Lion Airways 2018 and Ethiopia 2019).


SAD lashes out at AAP’s Arvind Kejriwal and questions him over Delhi ‘breach’ of ‘guarantees’

With the 2022 elections on the head, political fervor in the Punjab is growing as political parties throw blows at their opponents. In another round of political brawls, Shiromani Akali Dal leader Sukhbir Singh Badal has attacked Aam Aadmi party leader Arvind Kejriwal and accused him of going back on his words and promises made in Delhi. . The SAD president, in a series of tweets on Monday, accused AAP national president Kejriwal of making false promises and failing to keep “guarantees”.


As MSRTC workers continue to protest, Bombay HC forms committee to speed up resolution

The Bombay High Court on Monday ordered a three-member committee set up by the government of Maharashtra to submit its preliminary report regarding the unrest carried out by disgruntled employees of the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC), from here December 20. The issue revolves around the merger of employees of the debt-ridden MSRTC into the government of Maharashtra. The division bench of Justices PB Varale and SM Modak hearing the pleadings urged MSRTC employees to reconsider their position and report to work.


The government of Madhya Pradesh will legalize Mahua’s “heirloom” alcohol; Aims to promote tribal culture

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan visited Mandla on Monday, November 22. The CM deputy’s visit is part of Janjatiya Gaurav Utsav week to commemorate the birthday of tribal leader and freedom fighter Birsa Munda. In Mandla, CM Chouhan announced the legalization of “Mahua liquor”, considered a traditional drink within the tribal community.


Economic summit of the Republic: despite tensions, the automotive sector is on the verge of a comeback

In the Indian capital market, automakers have been left behind instead of being a driving force. While there has been momentum in robust sales in the post-pandemic world, however, the industry has been affected by the global semiconductor shortage which has led to drastic production cuts. Auto majors such as Tata Motors, Maruti Suzuki and others have cut production due to the unavailability of chips. Despite all of these factors, it is hoped that the industry will recover soon.


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