Indian Railways spent ₹ 22,000 to trap one rodent on train

Indian Railways spent ₹ 22,000 to trap one rodent on train

Indian Railways has been facing rat menace for quite a few years, which has affected its quality of service provided for its passengers. Recently, an RTI report has revealed that Railways has spent a whopping amount of ₹ 5.89 crore in the past three years

Saudi Arabia assures world oil needs will be met

Saudi Arabia assures world oil needs will be met

The Council of Ministers on Tuesday reemphasized the Kingdoms readiness to meet the world oil needs as the most reliable, safe and independent oil exporter of the world. Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman chaired the weekly session of the Cabinet at Al-Yamamah Palace in Riyadh, the Saudi Gazette reported.

No need to ban petrol, diesel vehicles: Nitin Gadkari

No need to ban petrol, diesel vehicles: Nitin Gadkari

Allaying fears of the automobile industry, Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari on Monday said there is no need to ban petrol and diesel vehicles as electric mobility has picked up momentum on its own and all buses would be electric in two years.

8,98,050 LPG refills delivered to home in J&K: Govt

8,98,050 LPG refills delivered to home in J&K: Govt

The Centre on Monday told the Supreme Court it is taking proper care of supply of essential commodities to the people in Jammu and Kashmir, saying 8,98,050 LPG refills have been delivered to home and 6.46 lakh quintals of ration distributed in the last one month.

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