India Wants Immediate And Safe Return Of IAF Pilot In Pak Custody

NEW DELHI: PM Modi on Wednesday evening met Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and the three Services chiefs after the Pakistan Air Force jets intruded into the Indian territory across the Line of Control and downed one Indian Air Force fighter jet, capturing its pilot. PM Modi learnt to have discussed the evolving situation at the meeting, also attended by National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval. India on Wednesday summoned the acting high commissioner of Pakistan and demanded immediate and safe return of an IAF pilot who was detained by Pakistan,…

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Scope Of Plant Breeding In Agriculture Sector

By: Prof. R. K. Yadav, Deptt. of Genetics and Plant Breeding C.S.Azad Univ. of Agril. & Tech.,Kanpur & Executive Editor-ICN Group KANPUR: Man is almost absolutely dependent on plants for his food. The things he eats, virtually without exception, are either plant materials or derived rather directly from plants as are, for example, meat, eggs and dairy products. Plants are also the major source, directly or indirectly, of most clothing fuel, drugs, and construction materials. Moreover, as ornamentals, they are both useful and aesthetically pleasing. Considering the prime importance of plants, it…

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WORLD LITERATURE, TRANSLATION AND PEACE BUILDING

By: Dr Mohammad Aleem, Editor-ICN Group We need more books, libraries, schools and auditoriums than any other time of history. What wondered me that even after reading about them after almost many thousand year, those words had not lost its sheen and deep meaning. I did not find difficult in any way to connect with those people who lived a different life in a different age and time. It is one of the many examples which I can cite and put here. I do recall other great literary masters like Tolstoy,…

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Career Selection-A Basic Insight: Part 20

By: Satyendra Kumar Singh, Editor-ICN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT The only living resource in any organisation is the Human Resource. They are the most crucial assets of the organisation. The HR Management looks after recruitment, training, motivation, salary administration and taking care of Industrial Relations. Courses The HR specialisation can be taken in the following courses: Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Bachelor of Business Management (BBM) Bachelor of Arts – Psychology Bachelor of Arts -Social Works (BSW) Certificate Courses in HRM Certificate Courses in Industrial Psychology/ Organizational Behaviour Master of Arts –…

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Excellence with G.O.P.T.A.© Series: Part 50

By: Dr. Sanjay Kumar Agarwal, Sr. Associate Editor, ICN Group (In the past article, we knew about the importance of remaining grateful in life. Today, we will see how to do ‘gratitude meditation’) Once realising that you are in the top 5-10% population of the world in almost each walk of life, it is time to understand what are the benefits of being grateful for everything and in every condition. Be grateful for everything Look around yourself. Be grateful for your ability to see. Be grateful for your belongings. Be grateful…

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Indian Air Force Strike In Balakot, Pakistan, Sushma Raises The Pulwama Terror Attack With Chinese Counterpart

NEW DELHI: An Indian airstrike in Pakistani territory killed 300 suspected militants, a senior Indian government source said on Tuesday. Foreign Minister Sushma on Wednesday raised the recent Pulwama suicide attack in her crucial bilateral meeting with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi here, a day after India destroyed a major Jaish-e-Muhammed  terror training camp in Pakistan. India sent fighter jets across the Line of Control, the unofficial border that divides Kashmir between India and Pakistan, for the first time since 1971. The strike took place near the town of Balakot,…

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SJVN Signs MOU With Himachal Government For Development Of Heritage Sites

SHIMLA: SJVN Foundation has signed a MoU with the Government of Himachal Pradesh for development of 4 heritage sites in the state. In terms of the MoU, the Foundation will contribute Rs. 1 Crore for development of these sites. The MoU was signed by  Awadhesh Prasad, AGM (CSR), SJVN and K. K. Sharma, Director (Language, Art & Culture), GoHP in the benign presence of Jai Ram Thakur, Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh at Shimla. The MOU provides for development of four cultural heritage sites namely, Sapni Fort, Sangla, Kinnaur; Parshuam Temple…

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Has Indian Railway Become A Vicious Death Trap?

By: Dr. Mohammad Aleem, Editor-ICN Group NEW DELHI: Indian Railway is one of the largest railway networks of the world. It commutes more than two crore people from one place to another in a day. For every other Indian, it is like their lifeline. Time and again, it comes into news not only for good reasons but bad one also. Of late, in Punjab, a deadly accident had taken place during the Dussehra festival. Around sixty people had lost their precious lives and many dozens injured. It happened on a…

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MONEY SERIES: PART 80

By: Tarun Prakash Srivastava, Sr. Executive Editor-ICN Group Life, love, relationships, happiness, development, and security, etc. are established at a very high level, and money is the only means of creating and protecting them. In Hindi language, the money is also known with the name of ‘DHAN’ and the meaning of ‘SHAN’ is ‘yoga’ or ‘addition’ and the wealth which cannot ‘add’ you with relationships, yourself, joy and ultimate satisfaction, is no wealth at all. The meaning is the money is simply ‘means’ and not ‘achievable.’ Money is only ‘path,’ but…

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