Jagan has vowed to continue the fast till the Centre accepts his demand for granting special status to Andhra Pradesh, which was bifurcated last year.
"We have been walking shoulder to shoulder with men. The chief has expressed faith on us. We thank him for this faith," Flying Officer Kirti Bawa said.
The burly autorickshaw driver came close and tried to take a selfie with Stalin, who was mingling with the public and receiving petitions from them.
The PM believes that Pakistan sees its relations with the US as a partnership which was in the interest of the two countries, the region and the world.
Fang said the two sides need to make joint efforts to implement well the consensus reached by the two leaders on the new model of major-country relations.
I know from my conversations with Putin that he does not accept phrases like when Barack Obama said Russia was a regional power: Juncker
We also felt several Dynamos players who were on caution could have been shown red cards. He did what he thought best and we accept it: Vivek Nagul
'In fact we were supposed to make three changes, change a bit the batting order and try out different stuff. But it is sad that we did not get to play.'
Third seed Jayaram, who reached the Korea Open final in September, had a comfortable 21-14, 21-13 win in 31 minutes over Kasper Lehikoinen of Finland.
'In my sense, beyond a certain point, financial inclusion becomes actually negative.'
The agreement was signed between India's Central Board of Excise and Customs chairman Najeeb Shah and South Korea's Customs Commissioner Kim Nak Hoe.
'Our scientists have made cost-effective, made-in-India lithium-ion battery which will be extensively used to convert all means of transport to electric mode.'
The President’s call to conserve 'the core values of our civilisation' would serve as balm to a devastated family, offer a degree of reassurance to all distraught minorities.
The United Nations Human Rights Council unanimously passed a resolution on Sri Lanka denying justice to the victims of the civil war which ended in 2009.
The growing disrespect towards teachers and heads of institutions testifies to a breakdown of the social hierarchical order.
‘Three autos will ply between Delhi Secretariat and ITO.’
‘Journalists have no religion, no caste, no country and ethnicity.’
‘We will not hesitate to take action if anyone is found guilty.’
Rejecting their bail plea, the court sent the duo to CBI custody till October 13.
"Music has no boundaries," Bengal CM said.
The results would be announced on October 10.
“we are investigating the case,” Cuttack DCP Sanjeev Arora said.
Around 50,000 people are dependent on fishing.
They used to avail the free noon meal earlier.
The light succeeded in making the sky and the sea meet in the colour of blue.
Nanu Ghatane lives in Dach Pokhari village in Kavrepalanchok district, takes a one-and-a-half-hour drive into the northeast hills.
The monuments set up by the British on the Northern Ridge, which are also memorials to India's first War of Independence, are surprisingly well-maintained.
“Health buddies” can inspire you to hit the gym.
The bikini saree featured heavily in the line.
The flip flops or the gladiators added to the sultry looks.
Durga Puja is almost here...
There seems to be a strange connection between the famous young writer and herself.
Discovery Kids brings brand new episodes of kids favourite superhero KISNA in Kisna Karnival.
The production house is geared up for the release of Shaandaar,
The TV star snubbed rumours of new show.
The filmmaker said cultural ties should not be snapped.
Santiago, 16 December
Socialist Michelle Bachelet was swept back into office as Chile's next president, electoral officials said, as her rival recognised the win.
Ms Bachelet, 62, would take office on 11 March to succeed conservative billionaire President Sebastian Pinera. She had served as Chile's first woman president back in 2006.
“It is clear at this point. She won. And we congratulate her. Later on, I will go speak with her personally,” rival Evelyn Matthei told reporters.
The national electoral board said Bachelet earned 62.59 per cent of the vote against Ms Matthei's 37.40 per cent, with 56 per cent of votes tallied.
Ms Bachelet's contest with Ms Matthei marked the first time in Latin America that a presidential run-off was held between two women.
More than 13 million Chileans were eligible to vote yesterday, but this year's race marked the first time that voting in a presidential election was voluntary in Chile.
In the first round, which resulted with Ms Bachelet winning 47 per cent of the vote to 25 per cent for Ms Matthei, more than 50 per cent of voters did not bother to cast ballots.
Ms Ms Bachelet has focused on greater social justice in a country that has the highest per capita income of any Latin American country. She has proposed increasing taxes to raise $8.2 billion for the state coffers. She wants everyone, not just the rich, to have access to free post-secondary education.
Ms Bachelet also hopes to quickly move on sweeping reforms that most Chileans want, which include overhauling the constitution, a legacy of the era of dictator Augusto Pinochet (1973-1990).
She plans to bring Chile in line with a wave of social liberalism sweeping once conservative Latin America, which include legalizing abortion and opening discussions on same-sex marriage.
During her first term, Ms Bachelet reformed the pension system, improved health and social services, and focused on the well-being of Chile's working class and elderly. Her presidency coincided wit a boom in global demand for copper, Chile's top export.