The agency had made the submission before the court on Oct 17 during the hearing of Peter Mukherjea's bail application.
The chief minister said children have to focus on their education and solving issues is the job of the elders.
The JD-U demanded the resignation of BJP MP Varun Gandhi over allegations that he was "honey-trapped and compromised" by defence middleman Abhishek Verma.
Mukherjee is embarking on the three-day visit on the invitation of his Nepali counterpart Bhandari.
Trump, while putting more money than ever into advertising, spent a fraction of the roughly $66 million Clinton poured into media buys. Clinton's payroll topped 800 people.
Hizbul Mujahideen head Syed Salahuddin said that if the mujahideen get military support, not only Kashmir will clinch freedom but the map of the subcontinent will also undergo a change.
The independent auditor will study contracts and media rights of the BCCI and the SC directed the board's chief Anurag Thakur to abide by the panel's recommendations.
India will host England from November 9 to February 1 for a five Tests, three One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and three T20s.
The 1999 World Footballer of the Year also gave the example of Japan, a country that has become an Asian powerhouse not so long ago.
The government asked regulator Reserve Bank of India (RBI) as well as banks to provide details of the data breach and also preparedness to deal with cyber crimes.
According to IATA, airlines operating in India have faced huge costs increases, in part due to 46 per cent concession fee that the private airport operators have to pay.
'The bankers have filed the applications in a casual and routine manner without all essential details that is required to be furnished in this case,' DRT Presiding Officer said.
Political belligerence may have a positive impact on limited audiences, but can also backfire in a larger context. The 'chest thumping' over the surgical strikes had one kind of fall-out.
What is intriguing is that the leasing was 'cleared' during the bilateral discussions on the fringes of the BRICS - but not formally announced along with the deals for the Triumf missile-defence systems.
On 31 August, the Supreme Court struck down the Left Front government’s acquisition of land in Singur for Tata Motors. The Bench observed that the procedure was 'illegal'.
AAP's Delhi convenor Dilip Pandey filed the complaint with ACB.
Vehicular movement has been blocked on Raisina Road.
The first two new coaches were pressed into service on Friday.
The VHP has called the ban as China is supporting Pakistan.
The service will be on a temporary basis to clear the Chhat Puja rush.
Shahi Imam called all to come together to oppose the move.
The order came in the wake of SUM hospital fire mishap.
Over 106 patients were shifted to different hospitals following tragedy.
Poaching, poisoning are said to be the major reasons.
A recent trilogy of plays staged in Siliguri by prisoners of a Jalpaiguri correctional home based on Tagores short stories kept the audience thinking long after the actors filed back to their cells,
Born to Dance, Lalitarpana and Ignite Festival formed a melange of dance performances that intrigued Manjari Sinha.
Fire boat floating or Lai Heua Fai is a colourful and meaningful activity held on the rivers around the nation.
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In a first in Kolkata, the Royal Thai Consulate pulled out all the stops to woo travel bugs.
Mass communication has rewarding career opportunities for aspiring students, who can explore, to the farthest levels of creativity.
India is the second highest populated country in the world with almost 64 per cent of the population in the working age group.
Shooting will start in late November in Savannah.
The script falters at many points during its narration.
The 'Rang De Basanti' star says that the human race is evil.
Into the vortex of indignation and ridicule following Formula One's decision to award double points at the final race of 2014, Lotus have thrown a few barmy ideas of their own, all of them just as worthy.
The move to double the points in Abu Dhabi is a masterstroke of inauthenticity that has invited widespread revulsion. It takes its place alongside commercial rights holder Bernie Ecclestone's cheeky idea to place sprinklers at trackside to spice up the action. That madcap manipulation never escaped the dustbin, which is where the scoring fiasco dreamt up in Paris by Formula One's governing body, the FIA, ought to end up.
The rules hash is a brazen attempt to ensure someone other than Sebastian Vettel wins the World Championship in 2014. As if the introduction of a new engine specification, greater harvesting of electrical power and radical aerodynamic revision is not injection enough of the potential for chaos. Jenson Button reckons the cars will be spinning like tops as the drivers struggle to cope with the resulting boost in torque delivered to the accelerator.
Lotus chose an alternative form of commentary, soaring into the debate via social media with 18 comic suggestions. Here are three of the best: `Any driver who has a pet named Roscoe [Lewis Hamilton] will start from the back of the grid. On even days only. Does not apply in April.
`Any driver celebrating his birthday on the day of qualifying will be granted pole position, 10 points, and a Ferrari garage tour.
`Any drivers named Sebastian Vettel will complete their own pit stops without assistance from their mechanics.'
In the spirit of their pearl of a post on Facebook, I propose the doubling of points earned by Lotus in the opening race of next season, plus a bonus haul of 100 for the bullseye scored in lampooning the brains trust at the FIA. I also suggest you post entries of your own to communicate your unease. Here are a few to get you started:
Any driver who wins two races in a row must give up his seat at the next race to Joey Essex.
A bonus of 25 points to be awarded to any driver who completes a lap while giving another driver a lift. Double points to the driver who delivers the best insult over the radio, with a bonus five points per expletive.
The fastest qualifier must start the race backwards from pole and perform three doughnuts in the pit lane after each stop.