Anti-ship version of BrahMos supersonic missile test-fired by Indian Navy - News Vibes of India. New Delhi (NVI): Days after testing the land attack version of supersonic BrahMos missile, the Indian Navy today successfully test-fired the naval version of the missile from Andaman Nicobar islands territory.
The DRDO-developed missile was launched from Indian Navy’s INS Ranvijay and it hit the target near the Car Nicobar islands in the Bay of Bengal, as part of the ongoing series of tests of the supersonic cruise missile. “Indian Navy hones its combat readiness. #BrahMos AShM launched by #INSRanvijay strikes target ship at max range with pinpoint accuracy in Bay of Bengal,” the Indian Navy tweeted. #Indian Navy hones its combat readiness. #BrahMos AShM launched by #INSRanvijay strikes target ship at max range with pinpoint accuracy in Bay of Bengal. The anti-ship version of the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile with a maximum strike range of 300 kilometers successfully hit its target at around 9.25 am, according to the reports. Like this: Like Loading... BSF soldier killed in Pak sniper fire in Poonch - News Vibes of India. Neyaz Elahi Poonch (NVI): A Border Security Force (BSF) jawan, hailing from Manipur, was killed in Pakistani firing in Balakote Sector of Poonch district along Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu region today.
Official sources said that a BSF Sub Inspector was killed after sustaining bullet injuries in Tarkundi area of Poonch. Union Ministers hold meeting with farmers' unions in Delhi - News Vibes of India. New Delhi (NVI): As the ‘Delhi Chalo’ protest march by farmers entered the sixth day, Central Government is holding talks with 36 farm unions at Vigyan Bhavan in New Delhi.
Three ministers started talks with farmers’ representatives as protests over the new farm laws intensified. Agriculture minister Narendra Tomar, his cabinet colleague Piyush Goyal and junior industry minister Som Prakash are meeting the 36-member team of farmers. Tomar said the meeting with farmers, which was scheduled for December 3, has been preponed in view of the cold and covid. The farmer unions had emphasised that their demand for the repeal of the new farm laws was non-negotiable. Ahead of the meeting, BJP leaders including Home Minister Amit Shah, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Agriculture minister Narendra Tomar and others held a meeting at party chief JP Nadda’s residence today. On Sunday, the farmers had said they will block five entry points to Delhi: Sonipat, Rohtak, Jaipur, Ghaziabad-Hapur, and Mathura.
India signs $133 mn loan agreement with ADB to boost Meghalaya’s power supply - News Vibes of India. New Delhi (NVI): The government signed a USD 132.8 million loan agreement with the Asian Development Bank (ADB), to improve the quality of power and strengthen the power distribution network in India’s north-eastern state of Meghalaya.
The agreement was signed by CS Mohapatra, additional secretary, department of economic affairs and Takeo Konishi, country director of ADB’s India Resident Mission, the Ministry of Finance said in a statement. Mohapatra said that the project supports the state government’s ’24×7 Power for All’ initiative and will help the state reduce its high technical and commercial losses through network strengthening, metering and billing efficiency improvements. Cyclone alert issued for south Tamil Nadu, south Kerala coasts: IMD - News Vibes of India. New Delhi (NVI): A cyclone alert has been issued for south Tamil Nadu and south Kerala coasts predicting that weather conditions there could intensify into a Cyclonic Storm in coming hours, according to IMD.
“Cyclone Alert for South TN and South Kerala coasts-DD over BOB to intensify into a CS & cross Sri Lanka coast close to Trincomalee on 2 Dec. evening/night. To emerge into Gulf of Mannar on 3 Dec. morning. To cross south TN between Kanniyakumari and Pamban on 4th early morning,” India Meteorological Department tweeted. Cyclone Alert for South TN and South Kerala coasts-DD over BOB to intensify into a CS & cross Sri Lanka coast close to Trincomalee on 2 Dec. evening/night. To emerge into Gulf of Mannar on 3 Dec. morning. The depression over southeast Bay of Bengal moved westwards, intensified into a deep depression over southwest and adjoining southeast Bay of Bengal early this morning. Like this: India rejects remarks by Trudeau, other Canadian leaders on farmers protest - News Vibes of India. New Delhi (NVI): India today rejected certain remarks by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and some other Canadian leaders on farmers’ protests in border areas of Delhi, saying that the comments are “ill-informed” and “unwarranted” while suggesting that “diplomatic conversations should not be misrepresented for political purposes”.
While responding to a media query on comments by Canadian leaders relating to farmers in India, Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said: “We have seen some ill-informed comments by Canadian leaders relating to farmers in India. Such comments are unwarranted, especially when pertaining to the internal affairs of a democratic country. It is also best that diplomatic conversations are not misrepresented for political purposes.” Nagrota gunfight: Truck driver ferrying terrorists still missing - News Vibes of India.
Neyaz Elahi Srinagar (NVI): Eleven days after joint forces neutralized four Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists in an operation at Ban toll plaza on Jammu-Srinagar Highway near Nagrota in Jammu district, the truck driver who was ferrying those terrorists is still at large.
Pertinently, on November 20 last month, a gunfight broke out between joint forces and the terrorists near Ban toll plaza after a truck was intercepted by forces. All the four terrorists boarding the truck were killed in the pre-dawn gunfight; however, the truck driver managed to escape from the spot and is still absconding. Two policemen of the counter insurgent Special Operations Group (SOG) Kuldeep Raj of Akhnoor in Jammu district and Muhammad Ishaq Malik of Neel Qasim Banihal in Ramban district were also injured during the encounter. SSP Jammu Sridhar Patil declined to comment on the issue.
A police official, however, on condition of anonymity said that truck driver may have managed to escape from the spot during the mayhem. Sandeep Kataria becomes first Indian to be appointed as global CEO of Bata - News Vibes of India. New Delhi (NVI): Footwear major, Bata Shoe Organization, has announced the appointment of Sandeep Kataria as the company’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective immediately.
With this, Kataria becomes the first Indian to be elevated to the global role of the of Bata. He takes over from Alexis Nasard, who is stepping down after almost five years in the role. World AIDS Day 2020: Significance, theme & history - News Vibes of India. New Delhi (NVI): World AIDS Day is observed every year on December 1, worldwide, to raise awareness about the Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) disease.
On this day, people unite in the fight against AIDS, to show support to those who are living with HIV and to commemorate those who have died from AIDS. AIDS is a chronic disease caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). This disease is a sexually transmitted disease and it can also transmit through blood transmission and other things. There are several symptoms of HIV and some of them include joint pain, fever, muscle ache, weight loss, among others. However, the disease is not entirely curable but there are few protective measures that one must adopt in their everyday life to prevent the contract of the disease. According to the website of hiv.org, this year’s theme for World AIDS Day is ‘Ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic: Resilience and Impact.’
Nearly 38 million people living with HIV around the globe. China using 'debt-trap diplomacy' in garb of BRI to build 'Port City' in Sri Lanka - News Vibes of India. New Delhi (NVI): China’s expansionist greed has spiralled all the way from Pakistan to Bangladesh to Sri Lanka now, where the dragon has been trying to tighten its grip through what experts say ‘debt-trap diplomacy’, in the garb of Belt & Road Initiative (BRI).
With the return of Rajpaksa brothers to power recently, the red dragon has managed to convince debt-ridden Lanka to start building a $13 billion city on the country’s seafront. China knows very well that the island nation is located near some of the world’s most important shipping lanes and that the port city would provide it a huge strategic advantage. Search ops continue for missing MiG-29K Navy pilot - News Vibes of India. New Delhi (NVI): Search operations are still underway for a Navy pilot who went missing after a MiG-29K trainer aircraft operating at sea crashed off Goa on Thursday. The search continues with extensive deployment of naval ships and aircraft. “Indian Navy’s Search and Rescue effort to locate the second pilot of the MiG-29K trainer aircraft which ditched off Goa on 26 Nov 20 continues with extensive deployment of naval ships and aircraft,” the Indian Navy said in a statement. Officials said that some debris of the aircraft including landing gear, turbo charger, fuel tank engine and wing engine cowling have been located.
One pilot was rescued when the Navy’s trainer aircraft crashed on Thursday, while search for the second pilot is on. “In additon to nine warships and 14 aircraft engaged in the the search efforts, Indian Navy’s Fast Interceptor Craft are also deployed to search waters along the coast. Like this: Like Loading... Vande Bharat mission: Air India flight departs from Bahrain to Chennai - News Vibes of India. New Delhi (NVI): An Air India flight, carrying 142 passengers, departed from Bahrain to Chennai today, under Vande Bharat Mission, the Indian Embassy in Bahrain said. The special flight was organised under the air bubble arrangement between the two countries. The passengers also included four infants.
“Air India Flight AI 1986 from Bahrain to Chennai departed today from Bahrain International Airport with 142 passengers including 4 infants onboard. Wishing safe journey to all the passengers,” the Indian embassy tweeted. 'Enforced disappearances': Balochistan University professor goes missing - News Vibes of India. New Delhi (NVI): In yet another case of enforced disappearance in Pakistan, a professor in Balochistan University has gone missing under mysterious circumstances, with several human rights groups and activists condemning the incident and demanding from Pakistan authorities his immediate and safe recovery. The Balochistan Post reported that three professors at the University of Balochistan, Quetta, were initially abducted and their vehicle was found in a locality in Mastung that falls in Kalat division of the province.
While two professors – Shabir Shahwani and Nizam Shahwani – were later released, one of them remains missing, the news website reported. The missing professor has been identified as Dr Liaquat Sanni, who was serving as the Chairman of the Brahui department at the University of Balochistan and was also known for his research on Brahui language. The TBP report said that Dr Sanni has authored several books, scholarly articles and has also earned a PhD in Brahui language. Recent agri reforms opened doors of new opportunities for farmers: PM - News Vibes of India.
New Delhi (NVI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that new dimensions are being added to farming and related aspects in India while noting that recent agricultural reforms have opened up doors of new opportunities for farmers. The Prime Minister was speaking at his monthly Mann Ki Baat radio address. His remarks came amid the protests by farmers over the recently passed three farm bills.
Discussing a wide range of topics during #MannKiBaat. Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 29, 2020. Pak drone seen at IB near Jammu's Arnia, retreats after BSF opens fire - News Vibes of India. 'America I'm honored': Joe Biden. New Delhi (NVI): Creating history, Democrat Joe Biden today defeated President Donald Trump and is projected to become the 46th President of the United States.
Joe Biden, the president-elect, took to twitter and stated, “America, I’m honored that you have chosen me to lead our great country. The work ahead of us will be hard, but I promise you this: I will be a President for all Americans — whether you voted for me or not. I will keep the faith that you have placed in me.” America, I’m honored that you have chosen me to lead our great country.The work ahead of us will be hard, but I promise you this: I will be a President for all Americans — whether you voted for me or not.I will keep the faith that you have placed in me. pic.twitter.com/moA9qhmjn8— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) November 7, 2020.
Cuba braces for Storm Eta after it leaves more than 100 dead in Central America - News Vibes of India. Haj 2021 guidelines announced as online application process begins - News Vibes of India. New Delhi (NVI): Union Minister for Minority Affairs, Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, today announced guidelines for the Haj pilgrimage, with significant changes, keeping in view the coronavirus pandemic, as the online application process for Haj 2021 started today. Naqvi while announcing Haj 2021 at Haj House, Mumbai, said that national-international Protocol Guidelines due to Pandemic Position will be implemented and they will be followed strictly during Haj 2021. The last date of applying for the pilgrimage is December 10 and people can apply online, offline and also through Haj mobile application, a Ministry of Minority Affairs statement said.
Naqvi said that Haj is scheduled for June-July 2021, and the entire process is being held according to the necessary guidelines issued by the Saudi Arabia Government and the Government of India in view of coronavirus pandemic to ensure health and well-being of the people. ISRO successfully launches PSLV-C49 carrying 10 satellites from Sriharikota - News Vibes of India. New Delhi (NVI): The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) today successfully launched the PSLV-C49 carrying all weather earth imaging satellites from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) in Sriharikota.
J&K: Craft Mela at Kashmir Haat providing marketing support to artisans, weavers - News Vibes of India. Lubna Fayaz Srinagar (NVI): In order to provide direct marketing support to maximum number of artisans and weavers of Jammu and Kashmir, the Handicrafts and Handloom Department, Kashmir, organized a Craft Mela from October 13 at Numaish Gah (Kashmir Haat), Srinagar, in which the artisans have done a business of around Rs 12 lakh so far.
The basic purpose of organizing this fair was to involve the local artisans and weavers who are unable to do business due to current circumstances. “From past one year the business has suffered a lot which was aggravated by lockdown. The handicrafts unsold inventory is swelling. PAGD meeting begins at Farooq’s residence in Jammu - News Vibes of India. UNICEF, WHO call for action to prevent measles, polio epidemics - News Vibes of India. New Delhi (NVI): As COVID-19 continues to disrupt immunization services around the world, UNICEF and the World Health Organization (WHO) have called for an emergency action to avert major measles and polio epidemics. The disrupted immunization services have left millions of vulnerable children at heightened risk of preventable childhood diseases, the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and WHO said in a joint statement.
Both the organizations estimate that a USD 655 million fund (USD.400 million for polio and USD 255 million for measles) is needed to address dangerous immunity gaps in non-Gavi eligible countries and target age groups. The financial support from Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, enabled access to funding for outbreak response, preventive campaigns and routine immunisation strengthening in eligible countries, the joint statement said. “But unlike with COVID, we have the tools and knowledge to stop diseases such as polio and measles.
“Addressing the global COVID-19 pandemic is critical. ResMed launches #WakeUpToGoodSleep campaign on importance of sleep quality - News Vibes of India. New Delhi (NVII): ResMed, a global medical equipment company today announced the launch of a new sleep education campaign, #WakeUpToGoodSleep to underscore the importance of sleep quality for overall well-being. BJP wants to divide people of J&K on religious lines: Mehbooba - News Vibes of India. Lubna Fayaz Srinagar(NVI): On her maiden visit to Jammu after her release from 14-month detention, PDP president and former chief minister Mehbooba Mufti alleged that Bhartiya Janta Party wanted to divide the people of Jammu and Kashmir on religious lines. “We all have to be united to defeat their designs. We should not allow them to divide us on religious lines.
We have to be united to save our identity,” she said. At the same time, the PDP chief talked about the “Dogra identity” in this region of the Union Territory which has an overwhelming population of the community. J&K govt to set up 6 transit accommodation for Kashmiri migrant employees - News Vibes of India.
Gadkari calls upon automakers to reduce costs of EVs - News Vibes of India. New Delhi (NVI): Union Minister of Transport Nitin Gadkari today called upon the automobile industry to reduce cost of the electric vehicles (EVs) for enhancing sales While maintaining quality. Addressing the ‘Electric Mobility Conference 2020’, organized by FICCI Karnataka State Council, Gadkari said the future is very bright and India has the potential to become the largest Electric Vehicle (EV) market in the world as the government continues to push for EV adoption.
The Union Minister noted that with higher output the automobile industry would be able to cater to growing market. He said, “Indian manufacturers have the capability to make efficient EVs that can not only create more jobs but also provide opportunities for exports.” “e-Mobility is going to be the future mode of transport with greater efficiency and less impact on the environment. Import of crude oil and air pollution are two major concerns for the country. UNEP, MOEFCC come up with 'digital crackers' to make this Diwali pollution-free - News Vibes of India. New Delhi (NVI): Diwali is around the corner, and with the festival of lights comes the burst of fireworks, adding to the existing sources of air pollution. Gigantic iceberg threatens remote penguin sanctuary in Antarctica - News Vibes of India. Will not accept any shift in Line of Actual Control: CDS Bipin Rawat - News Vibes of India.
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