• Why India needs a law for community service as an alternative to imprisonment
    LawFrom planting trees to distributing copies of the Quran, many previous verdicts directed the accused in a case to take up community service as punishment. But the process is not streamlined.Sanyukta DharmadhikariRepresentative imageWhen a 19-year-old student in Ranchi was ordered by a local court to distribute five copies of the Quran to five institutions in the city as a bail condition, it created quite a furore. Richa Bharti had last week uploaded a post that allegedly hurt religious sentiments and the local court judge had granted her bail on the pre-condition that she donate copies of the Quran. Though the…
  • Explainer: Why we need to pay attention to upcoming amendments in RTI Act
    RTIThe Bill was passed by the Lok Sabha on July 22 even as Opposition parties said it was "dangerous" for the fundamental rights of citizens. Haripriya SureshProtest against the then-proposed amendments in the RTI act in New Delhi in Dec 2018.The Right to Information (Amendment) Bill, 2019, was passed on Monday evening by the Lok Sabha, even as several opposition parties insisted that the amendments to the law were "dangerous" for the fundamental rights of the citizens and a "threat to the Constitution and parliament." Some members of Opposition also staged a walkout. The Bill has also seen considerable opposition…
  • What the 5% duty on imported books means for the publishing industry in India
    PublishingAs part of the ‘make in India’ goal, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had announced an increase in customs duty from zero to 5% on imported books.Nikhita VenugopalThe Narendra Modi government’s proposal to impose a 5% customs duty on imported books has sparked unease within the Indian publishing industry. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced the increase in duty from zero to 5% during the Union Budget speech on July 5 as part of the “make in India” goal to encourage domestic publishing and the print industry.  India is reportedly a $6.76 billion sectory, which is led by educational books, and it's…
  • Bajaj CT110 officially launched in India in two variants, starts at Rs 37,997
    AutomobilesIn terms of competition, the new Bajaj CT110 will take on the likes of the Hero HF Deluxe and the TVS Sport.Vicky.inBajaj Auto has officially launched the new CT110 commuter motorcycle in India in two variants - Kick start and Electric start at a price of Rs. 37,997 and Rs. 44,480 (both prices are ex-showroom, Delhi) respectively. The bike has been positioned above the CT100 and below the Platina 100 and is available in three stylish colours viz., Matte olive green with yellow decals, Gloss ebony black with blue decals and Gloss flame red with bright red decals. At the…
  • After crash in sardine catch, India takes measures to make fishing sustainable
    Sustainable fishingUntil recently, the growth of fishing was largely unregulated, leading to over-capacity of fishing boats, inter-state conflict and overfishing of some species.By Vaishnavi Chandrashekhar Last month, June 2019, the Indian government created its first ministry for fisheries. Although it clubs fishing together, rather oddly, with animal husbandry and dairy, the move fulfills a long-standing demand of the country’s fishing community and becomes the latest, and potentially the most important, of India’s slowly growing efforts to better regulate and manage its fisheries. Fishing has transformed over the decades from a small-scale artisanal practice into an increasingly industrialised sector. The widespread adoption of…
  • NIA amendments Bill: Why the opposition raised objections, but voted for it anyway
    NIALeaders in the opposition say they voted in favour of the amendments because voting against the ‘anti-terror’ clauses could provide fodder to the BJP. Manasa RaoThe Lok Sabha cleared the National Investigation Agency (NIA) Bill last week, arming the central agency – created in the wake of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks – with more powers. The opposition, including the Congress and DMK, are facing criticism for voting in favour of the Bill, despite raising objections to the amendments during the debate in the Lok Sabha. Asked for a reason for the way they voted, opposition leaders tell TNM that…
  • Chandrayaan-2 Mission Director Ritu Karidhal’s family recalls her journey
    Chandrayaan-2“Didi was always fond of stars and would lie awake staring at the sky. Didi was curious to know what lay beyond the sky,” said Varsha, Ritu’s sister.IANSAs soon as Chandrayaan-2 soared up into the skies, a rent of cheer tore through the roof of a house in Lucknow. The house in Rajajipuram, where Ritu Karidhal Srivastava, the Mission Director of Chandrayan-2, lived, is suddenly the centre of attraction and has acquired a celebrity status almost overnight. The phones are continuously engaged and after considerable effort, Ritu's sister Varsha agreed to speak. "We are so proud of our sister. After…
  • Staff burnt midnight oil to fix snag: A proud ISRO chairman K Sivan recalls
    Chandrayaan-2"After when we observed the technical snag, the entire ISRO team swung into action. The work done in the next 24 hours was mind boggling," K Sivan said. TNM StaffIndia made history on July 22, 2019 when Chandrayaan-2, its most ambitious mission to the moon yet, lifted off successfully at 2.43 pm. What makes this moment all the more special is that just a week ago, on July 15, Chandrayaan-2’s scheduled launch was called off after a technical snag. Congratulating the team for pulling off the mission, Indian Space Research Organisation Chairman K Sivan in his address recounted how they…
  • The prowess of our scientists: India hails successful launch of Chandrayaan-2
    Chandrayaan-2Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a series of tweets, called the launch a special moment that will be etched in the annals of India's glorious history.TNM StaffOn Monday at 2.43 pm, Chandrayaan-2, India's most ambitious lunar mission to date, lifted off successfully from Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota.  it will the first space mission to conduct a soft landing on the moon's South Polar region. It is also the first Indian expedition to attempt a soft landing on the lunar surface with home-grown technology. Space enthusiasts say this is one of the most complex missions till date even by…
  • Why the medical fraternity is protesting against the National Medical Commission Bill
    NMC BillThe bill will be introduced in the Lok Sabha for the first time on Monday. Dr Nimeshika JayachandranAs the Union Cabinet gave its final nod to the controversial National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill on July 17, several doctors continue to express their displeasure with the bill and have been protesting against it. The bill will be introduced in the Lok Sabha for the first time on Monday, despite the medical community’s opposition to several clauses in it. So why are so many doctors staunchly against the bill? Resident Doctors Association members protesting against the bill at NIMS in Hyderabad,…
  • Big leap for ISRO and India: Chandrayaan-2 majestically takes off for the moon
    Chandrayaan-2India's most ambitious lunar mission to date lifted off successfully at 2.43 pm on Monday from Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota.Anna IsaacISROIn a proud moment for the Indian Space Research Organisation and the entire country, the Chandrayaan-2, India's most ambitious lunar mission to date, lifted off successfully at 2.43 pm on Monday. This success puts India in a league of elite nations in the world of space research and development. This comes a week after the first launch of the mission — scheduled for July 15 at 2.51 am — was called off due to a technical snag and…
  • 20-yr-old Kristian Boykov hacked personal data of nearly entire Bulgarian population
    Data SecurityThe 20-year-old Bulgarian cybersecurity worker was arrested in Bulgaria's capital Sofia last week and was released after charges were downgraded. IANSLinkedInCall it mother of cybercrimes but a hacker has more or less broken into the entire population of Bulgaria -- hacking personal data of more than five million of the total seven million residents. Prime Minister Boyko Borisov though could not help saying Kristian Boykov is a "wizard" hacker and the country should hire similar people to work for the state. Released after charges were downgraded, the 20-year-old Bulgarian cybersecurity worker hacked details like social security information, addresses, incomes…
  • How corporate India can make inclusion of transgender persons a reality
    EqualityCorporates have opened their doors to the transgender community. But have they also done the difficult, delicate and dedicated work of actually including them in their workforce? Joshua MuyiwaImage for representation. Courtesy: PTISumangali Balakrishna moved from Andhra Pradesh to Bangalore in 2006 for her higher education; she had enrolled in a three-year diploma course in computer science. She then went on to do another short course in Hardware Networking. “I’d wear men’s clothes to all my classes though I loved wearing saris. I didn’t want to face any discrimination at the institute, so I just compromised,” Sumangali, a transgender woman,…
  • Government tells Air India to freeze all appointments, promotions
    EmploymentThe direction has come from the Department of Investment and Public Asset Management or DIPAM.IANSIn the wake of its proposed privatisation, the government has asked Air India to put a freeze on large-scale promotion and appointments. A new flight has to be started only when it is extremely necessary and after due diligence from commercial aspect. "The direction came almost a week back. It says that due to impending privatisation, no major initiatives have to be taken up. There will be freeze on appointments and promotions," an official source told IANS. The direction has come from the Department of Investment…
  • Umpire Dharmasena admits to 'judgemental error' in World Cup final
    CWC 2019"But we did not have the luxury of TV replays at the ground and I will never regret the decision I made," Dharmasena was quoted as saying. IANSICC Kumar Dharmasena, who along with Marais Erasmus was the onfield umpire in the 2019 World Cup final, admitted on Sunday that he made a mistake by awarding an extra run to England after the ball ricocheted off Ben Stokes' bat and ran to the boundary. "It's easy for people to comment after seeing TV replays," Dharmasena told Sri Lankan weekly the Sunday Times.  "I agree that there was a judgmental error…
  • Iran tanker seize: Radio exchanges between Iran-UK emerge
    International In the recording, what is thought to be an Iranian Navy vessel can be heard telling a British Royal Navy warship that it wants to inspect the Stena Impero for security reasons.TNM StaffStena Bulk/TwitterAmidst rising tensions in the Gulf following Iran’s seizure of the British-flagged Stena Impero, an audio recording supposedly between a British Royal Navy warship and an Iran Navy vessel has emerged. The recording is from moments before Stena Impero was seized, and is accompanied by a video of the moment masked forces dropped ropes down onto the ship from a helicopter. “Steno Impero, Steno Impero, I…
  • Crew of captured British oil tanker safe: Iranian official
    ShippingThe tanker has crew members of Indian, Russian, Latvian and Filipino nationalities aboard.IANSAll 23 crew members of the seized British oil tanker "Stena Impero" are "safe and in good health," the head of the Ports and Maritime Organisation of Iran told Iranian state TV on Sunday. Despite being escorted by a British warship, the oil tanker was stopped on Friday by Iran and was led to the coastal harbour for a legal investigation, Xinhua news agency reported Iran's IRNA news agency as saying. The tanker has crew members of Indian, Russian, Latvian and Filipino nationalities aboard. Iran's Islamic Revolution Guard…
  • 'Hoping for son's safe return': Father of Indian sailor on board ship seized by Iran
    InternationalDijo Pappachan from Kochi is one among 18 crew members on board the British Ship seized by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) soldiers.Neethu JosephIt was on July 18th that TV Pappachan, based out of Kalamassery in Ernakulam district last heard from his son, 26-year-old Dijo Pappachan. Dijo spoke to his parents and told them that the ship he was working on, British chemical/oil tanker Stena Impero, was somewhere near Dubai and was travelling towards Saudi Arabia. The very next day, the family received a call from the British company informing the family that the ship had been seized by…
  • Thousands bid farewell to former Delhi CM Sheila Dixit
    DeathThe former CM of Delhi died on Saturday after suffering cardiac arrest.IANSANI Amid chaotic scenes, three-time Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit was cremated here on Sunday as VIPs and thousands of commoners watched, a day after the veteran Congress leader suffered cardiac arrest and died. Security personnel forced most journalists from the print and electronic media to stay away as Dikshit's mortal remains were consigned to a crematorium powered by compressed natural gas at Nigambodh Ghat near the Yamuna river. Family members broke down as the mass of men and women, mostly Congress supporters, raised full throated slogans of "Sheila…
  • Chandrayaan-2 countdown to start at 6.43 pm Sunday: ISRO Chairman
    Chandrayan-2Just like the protagonist of Baahubali lifted a heavy Lingam in one of its scenes, the rocket will carry the 3.8-tonne Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft.IANSThe countdown for Monday's Chandrayaan-2 mission launch will start at 6.43 pm on Sunday, ISRO chairman K. Sivan has said. The rocket and spacecraft's systems will undergo checks and fueling during the countdown. The GSLV-Mk III rocket with Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft was originally scheduled for flight at 2.51 a.m. on July 15. However, the flight was postponed after a technical snag was detected an hour prior to the rocket lift-off.   Chandrayaan 2 is ready to take a billion…

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