Congress leader Anand Sharma said PM Modi seeking cooperation from the opposition on major national issues rings hollow, given the confrontationist mindset.
Stressing that both Nitish and Lalu are indulging in cheap politics, Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said that he would request the Bihar CM to first improve the law and order of the state.
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said that even if a scheme is framed, it is the teachers who have to implement it. It is they who bring the balance between education and knowledge.
The armed police have worked on over 375 km of dikes and repaired almost 1,000 km of roads.
"We all are humans and we are all here because we have lots of problems in our own country," said Sayed Mohsen Shah, from Pakistan.
Istanbul's Taksim square was transformed into a sea of red national flags in what was dubbed a "democracy festival".
"Entry will be accepted by the IOC only if an athlete is able to provide evidence to the full satisfaction," IOC said in a statement.
The Australian government is in the advanced stage of signing an MoU with the Punjab Institute of Sports to provide training to the sports persons and coaches.
While Manavaditya won the bronze in trap event, Anant Naruka bagged a bronze in 'Champion of Champions' battle in skeet.
The G20 members reaffirmed commitment to promote investment with focus on infrastructure.
"People should dedicate themselves to the cause of the society through constructive contribution to these programmes," Pranab Mukherjee said.
The Employees' Provident Fund Organisation EFPO, at present, is investing 5% of investible deposits in ETFs despite opposition by labour unions.
The inauguration of the Integrated Check Post (ICP) on the Petrapole border will almost certainly boost economic relations in a swathe of the subcontinent.
Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar did not underplay the seriousness of the fire and consequent explosions that took 19 lives, damaged property worth close to RS.8 crore.
The European Union is as kindly and reasonable as a swarm of sharks towards any vulnerable bleeding member. Forget the European solidarity.
Around 19 publication houses took part in the event.
Gupta said that CM should take action against his leaders.
More than 200 supporters of MLA Khan assembled at Kalindi Kunj.
Autorickshaws are not being given permit in KMA for the last 12 years.
Several workers have been died of starvation: Kirity Roy
The autopsy has been conducted in the presence of the magistrate.
"We would raise the issue in Parliament," Congress said.
Dasburma alleged that the NDA is no different from UPA.
Girl students said teachers harassed them in classrooms.
A new species of flower has been discovered in Mushroom Hills.
In Lincolnshire county documents heralded the supremacy of God over King.
‘Roller coaster designer’ sounds like the career aspiration of a primary school child.
Stuff this patty in a burger bun!
Wearing the right glares can give you a great look.
Hot or warm drinking water has many health benefits.
In poorer homes breakfast consisted of roasted gram and gur.
To open a bank account one must have an address proof.
Meghalaya’s Amended Excise Act is anything but a cool move.
Ayushmann is currently touring the US and Canada.
The hearing was completed in these cases in May.
Both of them made donations for a charity.
Statesman News Service
Kolkata, 27 January
The state election commission has launched an Electors Photo Identity Card (EPIC) week today to rectify, on the spot, errors in some cards.
The week which has started today will continue till 2 February.
It was decided that permanent EPIC centres would be set up in each Assembly segment so that voters who want a correction in their EPIC can do it in a day.
Currently if an EPIC correction is needed, then voters have to wait for a month, but now the correction process will be done immediately.
Mr Sunil Gupta, CEO, of the state election commission added that officers have been engaged in those permanent EPIC centres and the voters will be able to correct their EPIC within that day, if his or her name has been enrolled in the voters list.
“If a voter does not have his or her name enrolled in the voters list, then it will take some time,” he added.
Meanwhile, the state Election Commission has decided to provide best electoral practice award to block development officers (BDO) and 11 electoral registration officers. Each award comprises of a memento and cash prize worth Rs 20,000.
The best electoral practice award has already been given to district magistrates and DM, Hooghly, Mrs Manmith Nanda.
The enrolment of the new voters ~ 18-19 years of age ~ have increased substantially. A survey carried out by the state election commission found that from 1.24 per cent new voters it has increased to 3.33 per cent.