'TV screens are being installed so that people can hear the PM. The rally will be telecasted live to over 130 countries.'
'The decisions and the initiatives of the govt need to reach the people. For that, make good use of tech.'
At the canteens, good quality food is sold at very cheap rates three times a day -- morning, afternoon and night.
It targeted Salman Hussain's convoy while he was outside a restaurant in Balochistan.
The programme was launched after bodies of Myanmar migrants were exhumed from graves.
Duda had won first round, and in the second round he comprehensively defeated Komorowski.
Ritu Rani will lead the 18-member team in the upcoming FIH Hockey World League Semi-Final to be played in Antwerp, Belgium.
The entry to the Wankhede stadium would be free and will be on a first-come-first-in basis.
"They played well, didn't they? I thought they were excellent. We started beautifully and then we got a little bit loose," said the former Kiwi skipper.
"Their voice will now act as the password for banking transactions through the call centre," A statement said.
The oil regulator has extended bidding to issue licenses by one month following poor response in more than half of the cities.
ITC on Friday reported a modest 3.65 per cent increase in standalone net profit at Rs.2,361.18 crore in Q4.
An uncertain future is nothing new. What is difficult to read are the five major global forces that are disrupting almost everything, from our daily lives to geopolitics: urbanisation, technology, demographics, globalisation and climate change.
The logo of the lion used in the 'Make in India' document has a veiled message Modi wants to convey to the world. PM's call to global investors to Make in India certainly arouses enthusiasm but will it translate to action?
We may not realise the results in the short term, but national objectives can always be achieved in the long run. Will the Government take the plunge and dare to set its vision far into the future? Will it ever think of an alternative strategy for the alleviation of poverty rather than doles that encourage dependence.
Meeting to discuss ongoing problem of salaries.
Modi govt is trying to run Delhi 'by hook or by crook': Sisodia
It took 4 hours to douse the fire and no one was injured.
Anthrax is a bacterial disease that normally affects animals.
Ornaments worth Rs 6 lakh were stolen from the house.
The US Consulate in Kolkata will host a Visa Day for students.
The short supply of power is due to damage of towers.
The wages were paid to 360 beneficiaries on Friday.
Reply has been asked within 4 weeks.
A common agenda for preserving the fragile underground glacial deposition as well as over groundwater ecology could turn out to be a major area of trans-border river cooperation between India and China.
Sleepy Mae Sariang in Thailand is a playground for anyone who loves the great outdoors — without the tourists.
Some people love gardens and gardening. This brings to the mind, a picture of a profusion of flowers in a home.
'I'm a major foodie so there's also going to be frosting shots.'
A large brain offers an evolutionary advantage.
It is efficient in terms of filtering out toxic substances.
Hubris is a Greek work that is defined an excessive pride that brings down a hero. And this is what exactly happens on a daily basis in India and, indeed, even in our so called tribal states that are supposedly egalitarian.
What painter Nitish Mukherjee discovers is also an abundance of colours that he sees as being woven into the written word.
The rapper has been accused for displaying misogyny towards women in his songs.
'Here it is. Presenting Irrfan in Jazbaa,' Gupta posted on Twitter.
The film is directed by Jacques Audiard.
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CHENNAI, 28 Dec: After its big Delhi debut the one-year-old Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is exploring ground in Tamil Nadu.
The AAP members have initiated membership drive in several districts of the state including Chennai, Erode, Vellore, Madurai, Coimbatore, Salem, Dindigul and Kanchipuram. AAP has managed to enroll about 30,000 to 35,000 people till now, party state treasurer Dr Anand Ganesh V told The Statesman.
The membership drive started last week and the party has set the target to get more than 5 lakh members in the state before 15 January, said Mr Ganesh. Youths, senior citizens and people associated with small trade industry have volunteered. Even the government officials have approached but being in service they cannot get their names enrolled, so they registered their family members’ names, he added. Further, the party members are approaching many colleges as because students have expressed interest in forming committees in their colleges. After the membership drive, workshops will be held to impart training to volunteers.
Elaborating the party’s strategy, Mr Ganesh said, the party is thinking of contesting few seats in the state and we will be fielding a candidate in Puducherry as well. AAP will not align with any party in the state, he added.
Meanwhile, political analysts in Tamil Nadu said that AAP needs to have local face.
“The party cannot take the Arvind Kejriwal face all over. Some local leaders are needed who can understand Tamil Nadu’s burning issues and politics,” said a Chennai based political observer. AAP also needs to align with other state parties, he added.
1 person killed, 2 injured.
They have called for a strike to protest woman commander's killing.
87 deaths reported since yesterday in AP.
Authorities blame such attack on insurgents.
5 deaths have been reported in Andhra also.
Counselling would continue till June 8.