"The matter is sub judice. We will appeal against all judgments in any court," Antrix CMD Sasibhushan said.
The TN government listed out in the advertisement the first 1,000 MW nuclear power plant at Kudankulam as one of its many achievements.
The minister said that he is surprised about the discussion that ATS is wrongly arresting youth belonging to one particular community.
Ahead of the trilateral talks scheduled at the sidelines of the UNGA session, Washington said it wanted New Delhi to continue its constructive role in Afghanistan.
Two top leaders of a reorganised JMB are suspected to have taken refuge in India to mobilise weaponry and financial support for the banned outfit to carry out the July 1 attack.
"Deepening, stronger, more cooperative bilateral relationship with India is not something that anybody should fear or worry about," US State Department Spokesman said.
"Russia will be my last opportunity to do anything with England so I'm going to try to enjoy these two years and hopefully I can end my time with England on a high."
Williams, launching her latest bid to rewrite the record books, started strong and didn't let up in 6-3, 6-3 victory over 29th-ranked Ekaterina Makarova.
Agassi famously wrote in his book "Open" that he always hated tennis "with a dark and secret passion" because of his overbearing father.
White House official Josh Earnest said the decision is amounted to a "transfer of revenue from US taxpayers to the EU".
Among the BSE sectoral indices, Realty index became the top gainer with a jump of 1.1% while IT index became the top loser with a cut of 0.2%.
Higher opening of domestic equity markets supported the Rupee. On Tuesday, the domestic currency had closed 16 paise higher at 67.02.
At present eight High Courts do not boast a single woman judge: in terms of comparative figures Sikkim takes top honours with a 50-50 split in the High Court bench.
This isn’t the moment for the political spin-doctors of WB to advance their respective takes on the fire and suspected stampede deaths in Murshidabad Medical College.
Making Ladakh a Union Territory would kill several birds with one stone; it would help localize the so-called Kashmir issue in the Valley; it would provide a better administration.
Traffic was stalled in different parts of the city.
The unions have said that their long pending demands have not been met so far.
The Street Art created a series of wall art for the NDMC.
The bus left from Kasba Paribahan Bhavan with Adhikari flagging it off.
The DLSA inaugurated a legal aid clinic intended to provide free assistance to over 12,000 sex workers.
Durga Puja revellers can now catch a glimpse of the best idols at Red Road on 14 Oct.
SP Basant Kumar Panigrahi asked all police officers and staff to be ‘friendly’ to women.
The protester sought the intervention of chairman to ensure peace and harmony.
A dumper stolen about 18 months ago from Keonjhar has been traced in Balasore.
Known as the valley of 2,000 pagodas, the ancient city of Bagan is the highlight of any visit to Myanmar.
The first-ever Human Library project has just opened in Ha Noi.
There is no need for the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act in Nagaland.
Go for some healing drinks to get rid of glut flab swiftly.
Bindis dot a woman’s life in tradition and style.
Bid adieu to all hair worries in the rain.
Room lighting may now double as a high-capacity wi-fi transmitter.
The writer explains how the influenza virus proliferates and the ways in which it can be treated.
Nobody knows how such a strange, invisible but huge thing could have formed.
With the latest song from Ae Dil Hai Mushkil becoming a rage, singer Arijit Singh says he crooned the number after carefully observing the
The 34-year-old has been spending a lot of time out of India.
Wilder died on Sunday in his home in Stamford.
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Tirupati, 5 January
Operations at all public sector banks and regional rural banks are likely to be affected for two days from 20 January as the United Forum of Banks Unions has given a strike call demanding wage revision as well as resolution of certain other issues.
National convener of UFBU MV Murali today said that the Centre and the Indian Banks Association (IBA) have failed to settle the 14-month long pending demand of 32 per cent wage revision for about one million staff in the banking sector.
He also urged the government to immediately halt the ongoing reforms in the banking sector as it would pave the way for arrival of a large number of foreign banks.
The foreign and Indian private corporate sector banks would not serve the needs of common man in any manner in the country, Mr Murali said.
The wage revision of public sector bank employees has been due since November 2012.
UFBU is an umbrella organisation of nine bank employees and officers unions. There are 27 public sector banks in the country with employees strength of about eight lakhs. There are about 50,000 branches of these banks.