India’s environment minister Anil Madhav Dave dies at 60

NagpurVision – India’s environment minister Anil Madhav Dave died Thursday at the age of 60 in New Delhi, shocking colleagues who remembered him as a nature lover committed to conservation. Dave complained More »

Sri Lanka rejects Chinese request for submarine visit — officials

NagpurVision – Sri Lanka has rejected China’s request to dock one of its submarines in Colombo this month, two senior government officials said on Thursday as the Indian prime minister landed in More »

Cyber attack hits the World Over…

NagpurVision – A global cyber attack leveraging hacking tools believed to have been developed by the U.S. National Security Agency has infected tens of thousands of computers in nearly 100 countries, disrupting More »

PM Modi leaves on two-day visit to Sri Lanka

NagpurVision – Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for Sri Lanka at 2.30 p.m. on Thursday. During his two-day visit to Colombo, the Prime Minister will visit Seema Malaka Temple (Gangaramaya Temple). Thereafter, More »

Mayawati expels Naseemuddin Siddiqui from BSP

NagpurVision – Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati on Wednesday expelled her confidant Naseemuddin Siddiqui from the party. His son has also been thrown out. BSP leader Satish Chandra Mishra announced the More »


Heatwave to grip Delhi on Monday

NagpurVision – Few parts of the national capital were likely to face heatwave like condition on Monday, as the mercury is set to rise to 44 degrees Celsius, the weather office said. “It was a partly cloudy sky today (Monday)

Android ‘O’ Beta coming soon, says Google

NagpurVision – Just days ahead of the its annual developer conference “Google I/O”, the company Google has announced to end the Android “Nougat” Beta and will soon launch Android “O” Beta. “Thank you for your interest in the Android Beta

Rajnath to review security in Maoist-affected states

Rajnath Singh

NagpurVision – Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday began a day-long security review meeting here with Chief Ministers of Maoist-affected states — days after the leftist rebels killed at least 25 paramilitary troopers in Chhattisgarh. The day-long meeting was also

Taliban captures district in Afghanistan’s Kunduz

NagpurVision – In a major blow to the Ashraf Ghani Government in Afghanistan, Taliban militants have seized control of a Qala-e-Zal district near Kunduz on Saturday morning, following two days of heavy fighting with the security forces. Sayed Asad Sadat,

AAP rejects Kapil Mishra’s ‘absurd’ charges

NagpurVision – Minutes after ousted Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Kapil Mishra revealed that he saw Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal being given Rs. two crore by Cabinet Minister Satyendra Jain, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia flatly rejected the charges

EU MEPs warn OBOR could lead to Chinese domination of Europe

NagpurVision – Members of the European Parliament (MEP) participating in a conference on ‘European Union and OBOR’, in Brussels, Belgium, have warned that China’s flagship ‘One Belt One Road’ (OBOR) project and the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) could eventually lead

Nagpur minor rape case: Women activists question criminals’ audacity

NagpurVision – Questioning the audacity of the criminals while throwing light on the law and order situation in Maharashtra, the women activists on Friday expressed grave concern over the rape of a minor girl in Nagpur’s MLA hostel and demanded

SC dismisses petition of death row convict Vasant Dupare

NagpurVision – The Supreme Court on Wednesday dismissed a review petition of death row convict Vasant Dupare, who was given a death sentence for rape and murder of a minor in 2008. He is currently lodged in the Nagpur jail.

Fuel tanker gas leak in Indian capital puts 30 school pupils in hospital

NagpurVision – Thirty students at an Indian school were taken to hospital on Saturday complaining of breathlessness and eye irritation following a gas leak from a fuel tanker, witnesses said. More than 100 pupils were evacuated from the Rani Jhansi

India’s top court upholds 2012 gang rape death sentences

NagpurVision – India’s top court on Friday upheld the death sentences of four men convicted for the fatal 2012 gang rape of a Delhi student, an attack that triggered global outrage and national soul-searching about the treatment of women. The

NMC has no information about the pipeline it laid!

NagpurVision – The functioning of Nagpur Municipal Corporation’s (NMC) Mangalwari zone has come under the scanner after an RTI query by the residents of Jaripatka revealed the zone officers were unaware of a sewer pipeline laid by them at Wasan

PCR for farmhouse owner, 12 boys, girl on PR Bond

NagpurVision – Besides farmhouse owner Siraj Shaikh, also director of a local news channel, who was arrested for the charges of causing death due to negligence in the mysterious death of 18-year-old Purva Hedau, 12 boys and a girl present

Govt waives loans of 553 Bhandara farmers

NagpurVision – Coming to the aid of farmers suffering from financial crisis, the state government has waived a loan of Rs58 lakh which 553 farmers of the district had taken from licenced moneylenders. This was done as part of the

Art, not farmers, earns on Pola

NagpurVision – Farmers of the region may not be able to buy a pair of bullocks, which could cost as high as 50,000, but in the city, a single bullock 6 1/2ft high and 8 ½ ft in long, carved

Pvt players ruining edu sector: B-school expert

NagpurVision – Ironically, the last place one can expect to learn how to run a business these days is B-Schools. Rather than encourage them to become an entrepreneur, these places prepare them for selling soaps and shampoos for big enterprises

School sensitizing students about sexual abuse

NagpurVision – While CBSE has requested all schools to start self-defence training for girls, academicians say preventing sexual abuse is a different ball game altogether. Experts feel self-defence training, which mainly focuses on martial arts, is helpful in case of

Nagpur University declares just 173 results of 956 exams held this summer

NagpurVision – Even as Nagpur University’s new academic session commences from June 15, it has failed to announce a majority of the results of summer examinations till date. NU official said that out of 956 exams conducted by the university

‘Make in Chandrapur’ meet to woo industries

NagpurVision – Enthused by the assurances showered by local ministers, industrialists in Chandrapur see five-and-half-year-long moratorium finally coming to an end. Even as Ministry of Environment and Forest (MoEF) has taken no initiative to revoke the moratorium, MIDC Industries Association,

Rally in demand for liquor ban

NagpurVision – A dafli morcha (beating of drums) was taken out under the aegis of ‘Daru Bandi Vyesanmukti Andolan Samiti’ of Yavatmal on Saturday at Ghatanji tehsil of Yavatmal district for total ban on liquor manufacturing, sale and consumption on

Farmers must learn to managing agro waste: Experts

NagpurVision – Experts believe that the agricultural sector is all set for a revolution of sorts. Farmers need to shift attention from primary agriculture to secondary, wherein they enhance the value of the produce and utilize all possible byproducts. Biomass