Tamil Nadu govt promises budget fund, accident victims may get aid
The state budget could bring relief to road accident victims in the district who are awaiting compensation for nearly four years as the government is likely to allocate funds.
Compensation for acid victims raised to Rs 10 lakh
The minister said the department is effectively implementing the state and central government schemes to provide nutritious food to children.
Orissa High Court tells govt to file affidavit on relief by May 1
The high court had suo motu registered a PIL in 2014 while the two others were filed by Rohina Kumar Maity and by lawyer Prabir Kumar Das in 2013 and 2014 respectively.
SCTIMST’s two virtual conferences on heart failure from today
Dr Harikrishnan S, Professor of Cardiology, who is the organising secretary of the conference, said biobanks can enable personalised medical care and public health research.
SC reserves verdict on Centre’s plea seeking more relief to Bhopal gas disaster victims
“Now having settled, nothing prevents the Govt from doing more for you. They (Union Govt) have apparently not done something that they were supposed to do for you.
Bhopal gas tragedy: Rupee depreciation not ground for 'top-up' of settlement, say UCC successor firms
Now, the actual argument before the court is that the settlement has become inadequate because the rupee depreciated, Senior advocate Harish Salve contended.
Larsen and Toubro, MEIL bag super-speciality hospitals’ construction contract
The foundation stone for the super-speciality hospitals was laid by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao in April last year.
Law of the land: Five major verdicts by Supreme Court in 2022
The Supreme Court suspended criminal trials and court proceedings under Section 124A of Indian Penal Code while allowing the Union of India to reconsider the law.
TNIE-Kerala chief photographer T P Sooraj wins Redink Award for 'The Big Picture'
Instituted by the Mumbai Press Club, the Redink Awards honour excellence in Indian journalism.
Cabinet sanctions financial aid for kin of Bharathapuzha canoe accident victims
An administrative sanction of Rs 245 crore was accorded for an educational complex to come up in Pinarayi village in Kannur with KIIFB assistance.
Human trafficking racket busted in Hyderabad; 18 held
The victims were brought from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Assam besides from Bangladesh, Nepal, Thailand, Uzbekistan, and Russia, they said.
Rs 15 lakh compensation for leopard victims: CM
He added that special teams were being formed to undertake search operations.
Bommai announces special schemes for specially-abled
The funds for special kids in residential schools, welfare centres and even shelter homes have already been increased this year.
DR Congo rebellion leaves rape victims and war wounded in its wake
Fighting has displaced at least 262,000 people since March, according to the UN's humanitarian agency OCHA, with many of them gathering in squalid camps near Goma.
Telangana to spend Rs 1,571 crore on NIMS expansion
The decision to expand the hospital was taken as the number of patients is increasing and more departments and infrastructure is required.
Work to hold plotters of 26/11 accountable unfinished: US, India
When it comes to sanctioning terrorists, the UNSC has been unable to act in some cases because of political considerations, he pointed out.
Why price tag on survivors of rape, asks Delhi High Court
The high court, which said that no amount of compensation can undo the trauma of the victim, observed that fiscal compensation can be of assistance in rehabilitation of the survivor.
Fluoride victims in Munugode declare support for TRS
Ashamla Swamy sought to know what Congress and BJP did to their region.
Daya Bai ends fast after Kerala govt assures to extend healthcare facilities for endosulfan victims
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday said all the four major demands of Bai, except establishing the AIIMS in Kasaragod, will be fulfilled by the government.
Endosulfan victims: Kerala govt accepts demands of activist Daya Bai
Daya Bai sat on a hunger strike on October 2 alleging that the state government had abandoned the victims.
'We want action, not assurances': MEA on Indian High Commission attack in London
Punjab crackdown: 'Khalistan flag' pictures, firearms training videos found on Amritpal aide's phone
Ignoring experts, China's sudden zero-COVID exit cost lives
'Fighting for voice of India, ready to pay any price': Rahul Gandhi
Airtel pips Jio in 5G roll-out, reaches 500 cities: Company's statement
Actor Ajith's father's death: When brother Anil described their unconventional upbringing