Formulate new surrender, rehabilitation policy: Indian Home Ministry to J&K Government

In order to keep Kashmiri youths away from terror activities and maintain peace and normalcy in the Valley, the Home Ministry has asked the Jammu and Kashmir government to formulate a new surrender and rehabilitation policy vis-a-vis militants and set up a high-level committee to review stone-pelting cases against students,

Picture Intelligence Unit – Aadhaar Based Surveillance By Foreign Firms

Unknown to most Indians, the biometrics they surrender to Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) during enrolment for Aadhaar is being used for surveillance. According to documents in possession of GGI News this surveillance is being carried out through technology provided by foreign companies – many with direct links to

Why Indian Apocalypse To Save American Dream?

While the Western European countries are themselves still reeling under the pressure of the 2008 financial crisis that shook not just their economic but societal and even security foundations and brought them to the verge of bankruptcies; where would all these FDI investment monies come from? Recently the Indian Cabinet

Maha bans sale of tobacco at shops selling FMCG items

Mumbai: The Maharashtra government today announced a ban on sale of tobacco at merchant establishments selling FMCG items to ensure children don’t consume tobacco. Fast-moving consumer goods include packaged food and other consumables, toiletries etc. “Children tend to get influenced a lot by the presence of tobacco and other items while

Fake Call Center Racket Busted in India’s Northern IT Hub for Duping Foreigners

Initial investigations have revealed that unsolicited calls were made to foreigners who were lured into making payments for speedy loan approvals, tax rebates, credit rating upgrades, and online lotteries. New Delhi (Sputnik) — Police in Gurugram — the IT hub of north India, have busted a fake call center racket in which thousands of foreigners, mostly

Local people tackle tide of beach plastic in Mumbai

Clean-up has collected more than 12,000 tonnes of plastic since 2015

Methane from Indian livestock adds to global warming

Methane produced by India’s livestock population, considered the world’s largest, can significantly raise global temperatures, says a new study designed to help predict climate change linked to greenhouse gas (GhG) emissions from farm animals. Results of the study carried out by the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi and the Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of

Maha Metro Nagpur Installs Solar Signals on Busy City Junctions

Taking a serious view of the traffic snarls on roads, Maha Metro Nagpur in association with Traffic Department of city police has installed solar signals at some of the most important and busy city junctions. The installation of traffic signals would go a long way is decongesting roads and streamlining

Four Men in India Arrested After Trying to Sell ‘Genie in a Bottle’

Four men in India, one of them a police driver, landed behind bars Thursday after they attempted to sell a “genie in a bottle” to an unsuspecting man in West Bengal’s Burdwan city. According to NDTV, the con began after Tapas Roy Choudhury, the victim, was informed by a friend that there was a merchant in Burdwan selling a $15,000 “ghost” that