Modi said there is a need for more doctors across the country but it was not possible to fill the gap in two years of his government.
Modi govt spent Rs.1,000 crore on ads for an event and my govt spent less than Rs.150 crore on ads in a full year, the Delhi CM said.
President Pranab Mukherjee, who is on a four-day visit to China said both the Asian neighbours need to join hands to overcome obstacles and from a lasting bond.
Police in Nepal are probing a suspected link of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim in cocaine smuggling in the international market via Nepal.
Trump said on a television show that he would be willing to debate Sanders if proceeds from such an event went to charity.
Tensions between North and South Korea have been running high since Pyongyang conducted a fourth nuclear test in January.
Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid lock horns on May 28 in the Champions League final, but who has the edge in the goalkeeping department?
The Indo-Swiss duo defeated Germany and Colombian pair of Anna-Lena Grönefeld and Robert Farah 6-4, 6-4 in one hour and eight minutes in the first round.
The competition is recognised by the International Surfing Association and Surfing Federation of India and is supported by Karnataka Tourism.
The Sensex ended 486 points up at 26,367 and the Nifty closed 135 points higher at 8,070.
BJP MP Subramanian Swamy on Thursday fired another salvo at RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan levelling six allegations against him.
The RBI governor said that RBI has been moderating any extreme currency volatility through its intervention.
The ISRO has become the first space agency in the world to successfully launch the test flight of a winged reusable launch vehicle to accomplish its maiden attempt.
If the Congress Central command and the chief ministers of these states are not able to establish a better control of affairs, the BJP will step in and bolster its image.
Two teachers of Hijla High School in Bagerhat district of Bangladesh were jailed for denying the existence of heaven above earth where mortals go after death.
The court fixed July 12 as next date of hearing.
An administrative enquiry is on against the officer as well.
The doctors are protesting the NPA-salary de-merger.
It was an "achievement to be celebrated," says Jayalalithaa.
Lahiri is a senior Trinamool Congress MLA.
The transfers come days after the TMC won polls.
'Early furnish of design would help release the coins early.'
The halt came after assurance from the health minister.
More than Rs.11.18 lakh in cash were seized.
Silent Disco Asia throws parties where revellers don headphones and choose the music they want to jive to.
On the open grounds of the colonial
An exhibition of Warli paintings by school students demonstrated the evolution of a tradition.
Sompop Budtarad uses the same soil-based paint in portraits of King and commoner alike.
Children perform better on testing at age one.
Some people discuss how their drink tastes, smells, looks.
Pamper your skin with turmeric powder, honey or caffeine.
Behind the security cordon drawn around the home of seasoned politician and author, Shashi Tharoor, is an oasis of bliss and charm.
A plethora of classical and folk dances at Spic Macay's international conference deserved a standing ovation.
NGO Kraftly organised the first buy and sell online marketplace.
The actor said the film is the first entertaining film in 2016.
The actor quite often faces flak and is trolled on Twitter.
Superstar Upendra will reportedly star in the film.
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.