Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare, J P Nadda , India, Tobacco,

J P Nadda: In India tobacco users reduced by 81 lakhs

Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare J P Nadda was conferred the WHO Director-General’s Special Recognition Award for global tobacco control in New Delhi today. The award was given to him by Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh, Regional Director, WHO South-East Asia at the ‘National Consultation on Accelerating Implementation of WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco […]

Qatar, Saudi Arabia, India, Gulf Air, Doha

Passengers and tourists stranded in Qatar read this first

General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has issued a decision banning all Qatari airlines and aircraft from landing at the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s airports immediately. It has also prevented all private and commercial airlines registered in the Kingdom from operating to Qatar (both direct and non-direct ) immediately. […]

Pakistani, Pakistan, India, Medical Visa,

Another Pakistani man wants the Indian Medical Visa

Indian welfare abroad isn’t the only concern that is keeping Sushma Swaraj busy. These days Pakistanis too are using Twitter to reach out to the Indian government. A Pakistani man named Saeed Ayub being the most recent one getting heard by the Indian External Affairs Minister. The man told Sushma Swaraj that he sold half of […]

Fake news, Bengaluru City Police, Cattle slaughter legislation, Kerala, cow slaughter, India

Fake news gets quashed by Bengaluru City Police

Bengaluru City Police had to firefight a news from a major news website which had reported about a protest against cattle sale purchase order which may harm the business of some entities. Cattle slaughter has become a point of debate in India ever since a cow was slaughtered in Kerala to protest against what is […]