Saturday, August 22, 2020

"India at advanced stage of negotiation with Uzbekistan for export, import of agri products"

Webinar titled 'The Way Forward for Developing India-Central Asia Air Corridor', was organised by FICCI. (Photo credit: India in Kazakhstan twitter)

New Delhi [India], Aug 22: Though India's consolidated yearly exchange with Central Asia is not exactly USD 2 billion, the degree of exchange doesn't mirror the political will that the nation appreciates with Central Asian nations, said Manish Prabhat, Joint Secretary (ERS), Ministry of External Affairs. 

Talking at an online course named 'The Way Forward for Developing India-Central Asia Air Corridor', coordinated by FICCI hung on Friday, he stated, "The joined yearly exchange with Central Asia is not exactly USD 2 billion. The degree of exchange doesn't mirror the political will that we appreciate with Central Asian nations." 

Prabhat, who was as of late designated as Indian Ambassador to Uzbekistan, further said that India is at a high level phase of exchange with Uzbekistan for fare and import of horticultural items. 

Indian Ambassador to Kazakhstan Prabhat Kumar said that Central Asian nations are in the situation to help air traffic from India. He further laid accentuation on the capability of business sectors among India and Kazakhstan. 

Vandana Aggarwal, Senior Economic Advisor, Ministry of Civil Aviation, said that building up an air hall will be exceptionally valuable in traveler development and products traffic. "Focal Asian nations need to see approaches to ease guideline of our transporters as far as landing rights, stopping, and so forth," she said. 

She likewise said that India has been taking a gander at the digitisation of records for consistent network with the area. 

Karlygash Omurbayeva, Regional General Manager, Gulf and Indian Subcontinent, Air Astana, proposed air bubble concurrences with Kazakhstan. She said that Air Astana has begun trips to a couple of European nations during this pandemic and trusted India will be among those first gathering of nations to go along with them. 

Talking on the requirement for paperless exchanges in the midst of the COVID-19, Sanjiv Edward, Chief Commercial Officer, Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), stated, "Paperless exchanges for business have gotten even more applicable in these difficult occasions." 

Vipin Vohra, Airfreight Convenor, Federation of Freight Forwarders Association in India (FFFAI); Chairman of Continental Carriers Group of Companies and Chairman, TNX Continental Pvt. Ltd., talked on the need to bury line up with carriers and build up respective arrangements among Indian and Central Asian aircrafts to upgrade air availability. (ANI)

Suspected ISIS operative arrested with IEDs after an encounter in Delhi

Visual from outside Delhi Police Special Cell office at Lodhi Colony, Delhi [Photo/ANI]

New Delhi [India], August 22: A presumed ISIS usable has been captured with Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) after a trade of fire at Dhaula Kuan here on Saturday, educated Pramod Singh Kushwaha, Delhi Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Delhi Police Special Cell. 

"One ISIS employable captured with IEDs by our Special Cell after a trade of fire at Dhaula Kuan," the DCP told ANI. After the capture, he has been brought to the Special Cell office in Delhi's Lodhi Colony. 

Further subtleties in such manner are anticipated. (ANI)

PM Modi, Shah greet nation on Ganesh Chaturthi, wish for everyone's joy, prosperity

Prime Minister Narendra Modi (left) and Union Home Minister Amit Shah (right) (File Photo)

New Delhi [India], Aug 22: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday stretched out their welcome to the comrades on the event of Ganesh Chaturthi and appealed to God for the thriving of all. 

"Welcome on the propitious celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi. May the favors of Bhagwan Shri Ganesh consistently arrive. May there be delight and flourishing all finished," Prime Minister Modi's tweet read. 

Additionally, Shah tweeted, "Ardent welcome to all compatriots on the event of Ganesh Chaturthi." 

Association Ministers Piyush Goyal and Rajnath Singh likewise wished individuals on the event and trusted that Lord Ganesha will give everybody more force and solidarity to serve the nation and society. 

"My all the best to all the compatriots on the promising event of Ganesh Chaturthi. May Lord Shri Ganesha give everybody more force and solidarity to serve the nation and society," Goyal's tweet in Hindi generally read. 

"Today the entire nation needs the gift of Mangalakarta-Vighnaharta. All the best to you on the event of Ganesh Chaturthi," he added. 

"Wishing everybody a cheerful Ganesh Chaturthi. May Lord Ganesha favor you and your family with great wellbeing, abundance and flourishing," Singh tweeted. 

Prior in June, Prime Minister Modi had given a clarion call to residents to utilize eco-accommodating symbols during the celebration. 

"Arrangements would have started for Ganesh Chaturthi. Would we be able to attempt this chance to make eco-accommodating Ganesh symbols and love them? Would we be able to do without the love of such icons, which, in the wake of being drenched in waterways or lakes, become a risk for the water and the living life forms in it? I solidly accept that you will react to my call," the Prime Minister had said in his month to month address to the country on 'Mann Ki Baat' radio program. 

The Prime Minister's call has likely been noticed by numerous individuals as a few NGOs, associations and self improvement gatherings (SHGs) the nation over depended on making icons made out of soil, gobar (cow waste), and other eco-accommodating materials alongside such estimating as adding seeds in them to advance greenery. 

The ten-day festivities for the celebration start today, nonetheless, this year it will be commended in a considerably more limited manner because of the progressing COVID-19 pandemic. (ANI)

Ganesh Chaturthi: 'Arti' performed at Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai

Visual of Shri Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai. (Photo: ANI)

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Aug 22: 'Arti' was performed at the Shri Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai on the event of Ganesh Chaturthi. 

The ten-day festivities for the celebration will start from today. 

Be that as it may, the celebration this year will be commended in a substantially more limited manner because of COVID-19. 

As per new rules of the Ministry of Home Affairs on July 29, social and strict capacities and other enormous assemblages will keep on excess precluded. (ANI)

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