Now, Drones CanBe Used For Transporting Organs And Other Emergency Medical Supplies

New Delhi: India could soon see the use of drones for transporting organs and other emergency medical supplies between hospitals under the new policy for remotely piloted aircraft. The official registration process for which began on Friday.

Speaking to reporters here, Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha said the government is examining the possibility of creating “drone ports” in hospitals to permit this kind of transportation.

“Following the registration beginning from December 1, the required licenses will be issued from a month later to accord drones legal status in India. We are working on the next step of our drone policy where we are looking at allowing flying drones beyond the line of sight in certain areas,” Sinha said.


Demand For Indian Professionals in United Kingdom Continues To Rise, Claim The New Figures

New Delhi: The demand of Indian professional continues if new figures have anything to go by. The figures released show a rise in the number of visas granted to Indian professionals, visitors, students and family members, but also reflect the Brexit reality of more EU citizens leaving the United Kingdom.

Indians were granted the highest number of visitor visas during the year ending September 2018: up 41,224 (or 10%) to 4,68,923; Chinese and Indian nationals alone accounted for just under half (47%) of all visit visas granted.

The demand for Indian professionals continued during the year, with 55 per cent of all Tier 2 (skilled) visas granted to them, the figures released by the Office for National Statistics show.


Pakistan’s K Obsession And Threat Of Being A Nuclear Power At Ground Breaking Of Kartarpur Corridor

New Delhi: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has brought vexed issues of Kashmir and war even on the very auspicious occasion when he cautioned that war between the two nuclear-armed neighbours was simply not an option. Pakistan’s civilian and military leadership are united in desiring better relations with India although Kashmir remains the key issue between the two sides.

Addressing a gathering that included Indian ministers Harsimrat Kaur Badal and Hardeep Singh Puri after the groundbreaking ceremony for the Pakistani section of the Kartarpur corridor, Khan said “determined leadership” is needed in both countries to settle the Kashmir issue.


Modi Lacerates TRS And Congress For Perpetuating Family Rule And Politics Harming Development

New Delhi: Dynastic politics at the peril once again when Prime Minister Narendra Modi lacerated Telangana’s ruling Telengana Rashtra Samiti and the Congress for perpetuating “family rule” and pursuing “vote bank” politics that harm development like “termites”.

“The chief minister was a Union minister in the UPA government which was remote-controlled by madam (Sonia Gandhi). After he came into power did he destroy the state or not? His entire education was in the Congress, and those who taught him have a PhD in it,” PM Modi lampooned both KCR (as Rao is known) and the Congress at the BJP’s election campaign at Nizamabad. The two parties were playing a “friendly match” in the assembly polls, he added.

PM Modi invoked Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel to claim had the political titan not been there Indians would have needed Pakistani visa to visit Hyderabad, the present-day capital of Telangana. Patel was widely credited for the annexation of the princely state of Hyderabad whose Muslim ruler did not want to join the Indian union.


Imran Terms Fight Against Terrorism As Imposed War; Not To Fight Such War Inside Pakistan

New Delhi: In response to the veiled attack on US president Donald Trump who has accused Islamabad of not helping the US in its fight against terrorism, Prime Minister Imran Khan Monday termed the ‘war on terror’ as an “imposed war” on Pakistan and promised to never fight such a war inside his country.

“We have fought an imposed war inside our country as our war at a very heavy cost of sweat and blood and lose to our socio-economic fibre…We shall not fight any such war again inside Pakistan,” Khan told tribal elders during his first visit to the newly-merged tribal districts of North Waziristan - once a stronghold of Taliban militants.

Khan, who was accompanied by Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, hailed achievements of the army, other security forces and intelligence agencies for their successful operations against terrorists.