Saturday 24th of February 2018 08:32:02 AM Agra
Delhi Metro travellers can now pay the charges of feeder buses and a number of parking lots at metro stations through their smart cards. Delhi Metro currently has more than 200 feeder buses plying on over 40 routes to ferry commuters to the nearest metro network.The travellers can pay also parking charges through their metro smart cards at 13 parking lots at the Metro stations including Vishwavidyalaya, Saket, Karkardooma, Dilshad Garden, Akshardham, Patel Chowk, Kashmere Gate and Mewala Maharajpur. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has said the facility will be expanded across all Metro parking lots in the future.
Ahmedabad-Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani launched the inaugural flight of Air Odisha from Ahmedabad Airport.Air Odisha is starting services from Ahmedabad to Jamnagar, Mundra and Diu in the first phase of its operation under the UDAN scheme.Of these, the Mundra-Ahmedabad service took off which will connect Mundra, a mega private port in Kutch district to Ahmedabad.Total 400 Airports will be connected under this scheme out of which ten airports are from Gujarat.
New Delhi- India will send its second mission to the moon,Chandrayan-2 in April this year said Minister of Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh.Mission will cost around 800 crore rupees which includes cost of orbiter, lander and rover.Regarding nuclear energy, the Minister said that India is using the technology for peaceful purposes and its applications have been diversified in various fields including electricity generation, agriculture and health sectors. He said nuclear plants are now being installed in other parts of the country as earlier these are concentrated in southern and western parts.
A bench of Justices J Chelameswar and S Abdul Nazeer yesterday issued the direction to make it mandatory for candidates contesting elections will have to declare their sources of income as well as that of spouses and dependents.An NGO in its plea had alleged that the election affidavits revealed that a significant increase in the assets of 26 Lok Sabha Members of Parliament, 11 Rajya Sabha Members and 257 MLAs.It contended that the Representation of the People Act, 1951, mandated the declaration of assets by candidates contesting elections but not the source of their income.