A mixed-bag of news from various corners of India
India-Venezuela seek to enhance bilateral cooperation
New Delhi: India and Venezuela have initiated efforts to strengthen bilateral relations. This will involve a boost to increase cooperation in Pharmaceutical industry and educational sectors soon. Venezuela is an important country in India’s Look East and then Act East Policy. Eastern oil-rich countries are exporting oil to India along with the US and China. India is the third largest oil purchaser on Venezuela’s export list after the US and China. India has been receiving increased number of opportunities to be involved in oil extraction in Venezuela.
Reduction of employees due to ‘Automation’
New Delhi : Along with the development of technology, we are getting benefited by the legacy of modernization. In the last few years, the ‘Automation’ technology invented in the rapidly developed age of computerization, is proving to cut down the wages of the employees. The information about the blow received due to ‘Automation’ was provided by the head HR of the essential computerization technology developing company ‘Infosys’.
Chennai coast oil spill problem is alarming
Chennai : The oil spill in the previous week near the Chennai’s Ennore Port caused by accidental collision of two oil tankers seems to be 10 times larger than the original estimate. This will cause additional delay of 2 weeks to clean the Ennore coast, as per the predictions of the Coast guards. The ghastly after effects of the oil spill are visible not only on the Ennore coast but also on other coasts of Tamil Nadu. This issue also seems to have echoed in the parliament as it was presented in the Rajya Sabha on Thursday.
Criminal arrested for rape makes sensational revelation of over 500 rapes in 12 years
New Delhi: The confessions of a paedophile arrested by the Delhi police on Sunday for raping a minor girl has caused a sensation. His confessions of sexually abusing a staggering 500 minor girls and attempting to assault 2,500 girls in the last 12 years have baffled the Delhi police. He has committed these infuriating crimes not only in Delhi but it is now coming to light that he has also committed similar acts of sexual abuse on many girls in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. This has raised a serious question of how this criminal has managed to elude the police system for so many years while openly committing such acts.
Jammu Kashmir CM supports the return of Kashmiri Pundits
Jammu: The fear that the return of Kashmiri Pundits in Jammu & Kashmir will cause demographic changes proves unfounded. And therefore, all should welcome the return of our brothers who form an integral part of Kashmiri society, expects Mehbooba Mufti, the Chief Minister of state. Saying that everyone should understand Article 370 which gives a special status to Kashmir she has criticised the secessionists, opposing the return of Kashmiri Pandits.