English News >> Deccan Chronicle >> Currentaffairs

Deccan Chronicle Current Affairs News

  • Current Affairs

    Yoga is biggest unifying force in world: PM Modi on International Yoga Day

    Dehradun: On the 4th International Yoga day today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said yoga has become one of the biggest mass movements in the quest for good health and well-being as he lead an estimated 50,000 enthusiasts. Addressing the gathering, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, "Yoga has emerged as the biggest unifying force in the world." The Prime...

    • 6 min ago
  • Current Affairs

    Maharashtra hospital shocker: Wrong body handed over to family, man still alive

    Sangli: When a government hospital in Maharashtra informed family members of a 50-year-old patient of his death and handed them his body, they were crestfallen. It was only after the body was brought to the home of the "deceased" Avinash Dadasaheb Bagwade that family members realised it wasn't his. Avinash Bagwade was, in fact, very much alive and...

    • 2 hrs ago
  • Current Affairs

    BBMP to Karnataka HC: Pet rule being revisited

    BENGALURU: The BBMP on Wednesday submitted to the High Court that it was revisiting the laws regarding pet licencing. The Palike made the submission on the petition filed by Indira Gopal Krishna, challenging the notification regarding BBMP's by-laws concerning registration and licencing of pets. The BBMP advocate submitted that they have received various requests from animal lovers and pet...

    • 4 hrs ago
  • Current Affairs

    For Yoga Day today, Bengaluru cops issue traffic advisory

    Bengaluru: With the city celebrating fourth Yoga Day at the Kanteerava stadium, the city traffic police have issued advisories owing to VVIP and VIP movements, along with large number of school students who will participate on Thursday. The event is expected to be held between 6 am and 8.30am where Chief minister H.D. Kumaraswamy along many other VVIPs and VIPs will take part. ...

    • 4 hrs ago
  • Current Affairs

    DG&IGP Neelamani Raju says no to cell phones during meetings

    Bengaluru: Following in the footsteps of Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy, who has asked visitors and officers attending meetings presided over by him not to bring mobile phones, DG&IGP Neelamani Raju too has passed a similar order has asked to her officers and visitors. The order, dated June 22, states that during the senior officers' review meeting which will be held at her...

    • 4 hrs ago
  • Current Affairs

    No Kerala student in all-India top 50

    Thiruvananthapuram: In SC category, Kozhikode natives Samit Mohan and Akshay Krishna got first and second ranks respectively for engineering. In the ST category, Kasaragod natives Pavan Raj and Shruthi K. got first and second rank respectively for engineering. In SC category, Malappuram native Aravind P. won the first rank and Kozhikode native Shankar Rajesh the second rank for architecture. In the ST...

    • 4 hrs ago
  • Current Affairs

    943 MBBS seats in eight goverment medical colleges

    Thiruvananthapuram: There are 943 seats in eight government medical colleges and 1,700 seats in 16 self financing medical colleges. The total seats to be filled from the centralised allotment process to medical colleges were 2,463. Of the 52,000 seats in engineering, 32,000 will be filled through commissioner for entrance examinations. According to official figures, 5.44 per cent of the...

    • 4 hrs ago
  • Current Affairs

    SCTIMST to launch 3 big projects

    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Three major projects will be inaugurated by Union science and technology minister Dr Harsh Vardhan at the Sree Chitra Institute of Medical Science and Technology (SCTIMST) on Saturday. The projects include 170-bed Swasthya Surakahsa Block, a new Combinational Devices Block and Regional Technical Resource Centre for Health Technology Assess-ment. The Swasthya Suraksha Block being constructed...

    • 4 hrs ago
  • Current Affairs

    210 km rail track is still pending in Thiruvananthapuram division

    Kochi: Railway commuters will have to bear with late running trains for another year as nearly 210 km of track renewal work remains to be undertaken in the Thiruvananthapuram division. The railways, on its part, has upped monthly track renewal target to 22 kms which necessitates upto eight hours of line block during night on certain occasions. "We're doing our best to...

    • 4 hrs ago
  • Current Affairs

    Amma Hegiddhiri? Urinalli yellaru Kshemavagiddhara: PM to state farmer

    Bengaluru: "Amma Hegiddhiri? Urinalli yellaru Kshemavagiddhara?" (Amma, how are you? Are all well in your village?). These were the opening remarks of Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his nation-wide interaction with farmers, through video-conferencing, on Wednesday. The state agriculture department had made arrangements at the GKVK Campus in Ramanagar and...

    • 4 hrs ago

Loading...

Top