"I want to tell aspiring candidates that perseverance has its reward," says Renu Raj, UPSC second rank holder.
The Shiv Sena has said the Maharashtra government's decision to de-recognise madrasas should not be seen as one intended to strike a blow to religious education in the state.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted the US on its I-Day, and expressed "extreme excitement" about renewed energy in bilateral ties.
In the name of construction of temporary structures for fishermen. China installed full-fledged military station, says minister Rafael Alunan.
A NTB official said, during May-June a large number of tourists from India visit Nepal. However, this year the numbers were few.
An anti-terrorism court in Pak has sentenced a Muslim cleric to over 10 yrs in jail for making hate speeches against another sect.
Dhoni's coach believes that he is a fighter and will comeback with a bang, while former cricketers are of the opinion that the superstar's market value has declined and his survival is at stake.
Harris said he made the decision to retire following his latest knee injury, acknowledging that he could get no more out of his body.
PM Sharif sought the sacking of PHF officials and team management after Pakistan failed to qualify for the Olympic Games in the HWL.
The agreement was signed by the two parties in the presence of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa.
'We are in the process of shortlisting a vendor, who will collate the database aimed to provide a fraud monitoring framework.'
"IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad is likely to start work to link Akhaura with International Gateway for Internet Service at Cox's Bazar," said D. P. Singh.
Darjeeling was asleep when catastrophe struck, killing no fewer than 33 people with reports of many more missing and rendered homeless.
The death-rattle of the indigenous MBT Arjun is now audible, the Army has little faith in its “promoters” presenting anything better than the cumbersome monstrosity.
Netaji had foreseen a potential battlefield after Partition. His association with the Axis Powers during the WW II has been a subject of prolonged discourse.
Controversy over the alleged molestation at Stephen's College.
Sanjay said, the party has sent Tomar's case to Lokpal.
A gazette on July 6 on the scheme will be launched.
'Students should always respect teachers.'
Train traffic in SER has been disrupted.
The absence of CCTV has made things difficult.
Some trains would be short terminated and a few others will be cancelled.
Several mega industrial projects to come up soon.
Police case has been registered and his body sent for autospy.
Films that celebrate the spirit of American Independence like no other.
It’s time for sacrificial offerings and prayers, agricultural rites and rituals, folk dance and songs. The three-day Dree festival begins in Arunachal Pradesh.
A recent exhibition of paintings, photography and sculptures staged by Colour Carnival fitted the bill.
REM helps in the growth of brain.
She said she won't risk her child's life.
Therapies help to maintain peripheral nerve function.
'I am looking forward to share my learning and experience with the young and talented contestants.'
One of the mysteries that remain unsolved in Bengali cinema.
'Marriage is cancelled now... love is back.'
It has both soul and sinew, making it a must watch film.
The film will entertain you only if you are an action buff.
Mumbai, 7 Dec: In an important judgment, the Bombay High Court has ruled that a married daughter is equally entitled
to a government job on compassionate grounds on father's demise.
Giving job to unmarried daughters of government servants but denying the same
benefit to married daughters violates the right to equality, right
to equality of opportunity in matters of public employment and right to life which are enshrined in the Constitution, the court said.
The court was hearing a petition filed by 29-year-old Swati Kulkarni against Maharashtra Irrigation Department's decision to reject her claim for a job on compassionate grounds after her father's demise. The department had cited a 1994 Government Resolution. pti
'Heavy rains in several areas of the state for two days starting Sunday .'
PSLV will carry the satellites on 10 July.
They want a strict action on climate change.
UP tops the list with nearly 13,000.
This will be an alternative to auto rickshaws.
Expectations with which people voted have been shattered.