Ankit Mahajan

Ankit Mahajan the dynamic Chief of Bureau of Taazakhabar News is like a fire and forget missile that is sure to hit the target. A meticulous planner with an eye for detail, he never gives up and makes his presence felt in everything he does.

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Nirmala Sitharaman with the Union Budget 2020

Budget 2021: incentives for the industry and tax payers?

Everyone is expectantly looking forward to this year’s budget, which can provide the much needed fillip to take the country towards positive GDP growth rates.
Nirmala Sitharaman

Budget 2021 expectations: ‘Industry Status’ for the Real Estate sector

With the Union Budget 2021-2022 round the corner everyone wants to know what Nirmala Sitharaman has to announce in her third consecutive Budget.

Nirmala Sitharaman – the economist behind the political garb

Nirmala Sitharaman is on a hat-trick. Everyone wants to know what surprises she has up her sleeves in the 2021-2022 Budget. Prior to this...

Saurav Ganguly to be brand-ambassador of Livinguard’s safety gear

Livinguard technology has been proven to destroy 99.9% bacteria and viruses, including SARS-CoV-2, that causes COVID-19. Furthermore, they are reusable and washable up to 6 months, effectively replacing 210 single-use masks.

Healthiest vegetables that should be in your food basket

Logically one-half of your plate should be made of fruits and vegetables. As Hippocrates the ancient Greek physician and father of modern medicine said "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”
road accident

Why are road accidents an everyday affair in India?

Many drivers are maniacs in a hurry, who do not follow traffic rules, over speed, overtake from the wrong side, and drive under the influence of liquor.

How did Tata Sumo get its name?

Tata Group’s first multi-utility vehicle Tata Sumo had nothing to do with Japanese heavyweight wrestlers and named after Sumant Moolgaokar - Su for SUmant and Mo for MOolgaokar

Smart cities risk curtailing potential by prioritizing technology over people

smart city initiatives can succeed only if governments are open to experimentation and willing to invest time and resources in learning from missteps,
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Shared mobility: the future of Indian roads

Every house owner in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Bangalore thinks that he owns the adjacent road and has a right to park his vehicle on the public space meant for pedestrians, cyclists and other commuters. This leads to a serious parking crunch, and obstruction in the movement of - ambulances, fire engines, and other such emergency vehicles.

Where are the Ambassador cars today?

Today the consumers don’t buy cars and buses that last a lifetime. They buy vehicles and sell them off every 2-3 years for a better car in the market. One of the most discerning riddle in their mind, before buying an automobile is – its resale value

GOCO – The Inside Story

Why do we need to hand over the 8 Army Base Workshops to Defense PSUs and private sector companies? Is this the only option? The Army Base Workshops have hundreds of acres of land, in prime locations all over the country. Why is it being ‘offered’ to the civilian management in the private sector on the platter as a ‘free gift’?

Daimler buses: ultimate and intelligent safety systems

“Daimler's marketing strategy is based on parameters like passenger comfort and economic viability for the operator,” says Thomas Fricke, CEO Daimler Buses India. But above all, safety is an uncompromising and concern closest to Daimler India’s heart.

Daimler: my beauty and your brains

A perfect blend of pure-blooded German advanced technology, and hereditary quality consciousness– as well as Indian innovation, resourceful, engineering, and workmen skills, Daimler Buses, have all that it takes to be India’s No 1- ideal, intelligent and irresistible modes of road transport. This is the reason why Daimler Buses is making dreams come true -- and winning hearts and minds of stakeholders in the Indian market.

DTC buses: doing the best with half – the equipment, manpower...

Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) – is today like an aged widow, past her prime. It does not have more than half the things required to run an efficient transport service. There are not enough buses. Even if floats tenders there aren’t many manufacturers who can make a delivery on demand. There is always a time-lapse as each of them does not have the capacity to manufacture more than 100 buses a month. To top it all there is an acute shortage of drivers and conductors

FAME India: An initiative for electrifying transportation

FAME India Project driven into action by the Department of Heavy Industry envisages innovations to set up about 2,700 charging stations – one per 3 x 3 kilometres across the country. The idea is to promote the use and faster adoption of hybrid and electric vehicles in India.

Arya Samaj has a great future ahead

Arya Samaj –meaning; a society of nobles — is a non-political, spiritual and social organization campaigning in favour of women's education and widow remarriage while opposing caste discrimination. The main purpose behind the organization was to reform orthodox Hinduism in India.

Ayushman Bharat – the world’s largest government funded health care program

Very soon more than 10 crore families will be eligible for health cover to the extent of Rs 5 lakh per family per year under the Ayushman Bharat – National Health Protection Mission. This will lead to timely treatment, improved patient satisfaction, higher productivity, increased access to quality health care and overall improvement in the quality of life—for about 50 crore Indian citizens.

Onion helps hair growth and prevents ageing

Applying onion juice on the scalp and consuming onions is helpful in controlling hair loss and other problems related to hair such as dandruff, fungal infections and yeast infections. Onion juice has proved to be effective in preventing premature graying of hair.

CBI case against private firm causing loss of Rs. 38.53 Crores...

The Central Bureau of Investigation(CBI)) has registered a case against an Ahmadabad firm on for committing an alleged fraud to the tune of Rs....

Delhi most unsafe for foreign travellers: NCRB

Delhi is among the most unsafe places for foreign travellers in India according to the latest data released by the National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB)

First of its kind spiritual healing centre to come up in...

The Om Mahashakti Peeth spiritual healing center presently under construction near Bangalore will be a unique, one of its kind places in the world when its complete in 2019. It will not be called a temple, but is going to be a laboratory where the cosmic powers do the healing. It is one of those places that make you realize that there is so much that humans alone can’t do and need a divine intervention.