The Congress leader said that hundreds of men have been blinded as security forces targeted the protesters' head and not the legs.
The official was reacting when asked about reports that 30 members of JuD comprising doctors and paramedical staff have applied for Indian visas.
"These are your people. They have anger. They are protesting. That does not mean you should render them disabled," the High Court said.
Rice also said the US would continue conducting military operations in the South China Sea. "Those operations are lawful".
"This war will be long. Our democracy is the target, and it will be our shield. Let us stand together. We will win this war," Hollande said.
The British PM said that the Britain strongly supports the democratic system of Pakistan adding Pakistan's development and democracy are interlinked.
Federer received a surgery to his left knee in February after being ousted in the semifinals in Australian Open.
World No.5 and London Olympic Bronze medallist Saina has been seeded fifth while her compatriot P.V. Sindhu is seeded ninth in the women's singles.
Harika, who recently won the Fide women's Grand Prix in Chengdu, is currently playing in the Chinese Chess League and is not showing any signs of slowing down.
The minister said the funds for training to each PIA will be released only after successful placement of the trained candidates.
"As with inflation, it was the duty of the central bank to press for bank clean-up earlier, when few among the public support the central bank's activism," Rajan said
Jaitley also emphasised that two-thirds of the CST amount has been disbursed to the states, while the balance one-third would be paid.
There would certainly be several Kashmir-watchers who would endorse Chidambaram’s argument that, “we have ignored the grand bargain under which Kashmir acceded to India.I think we broke faith, we broke promises and therefore we paid a heavy price”.
In point of fact, this was the fourth instance of innocents being killed in course of the offensive against extremists. Which explains why CM Patnaik has been remarkably swift in announcing a cache of relief measures and compensation.
The unintentioned outcome of military response has intensified insecurity. It threatens the very same values it is intended to protect. This has created new contradictory circumstances.
Delhi has recorded 90 cases of dengue till July 23.
The AAP MLA is accused of threatening a woman.
The court directed him to join investigations when required.
82 posts of dental surgeons have been created.
Two groups of students clashed at Maulana Azad College.
Both Mannan and Chakraborty have left the party.
CM had invited Nivedita to the state capital.
The nod came at the SLSWCA meeting.
Nayak came to Odisha on deputation in 2011.
It’s no secret, book sales are crashing. Now publishers are turning to online publications and seeking material to try to keep their industry alive.
A Japanese couple and an architecture lecturer have spent three years documenting more than 100 HDB flats in Singapore.
At least 20 million tons of these plastic pieces end up in the ocean each year.
Relish coriander in the form of tangy chutney.
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Stress can have a detrimental impact on an employee's productivity.
Following their flight paths has been found to be a good way to map winds on the surface of the sea.
The writer explains the process by which substances are moved up a concentration gradient in cellular membranes.
Excitement is growing about two planets relatively close to our solar system that could be similar to earth.
The actor returned from America after a 2-month sojourn.
Rob had earlier deleted all traces of her on Instagram.
The actress will be making a special announcement.
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.