'We have to build the capacity of our institutions, employees and workers.'
"We will start agitation from mid-June, and we will go on the streets," Maj Gen Satbir Singh (retd) said.
Gupta hid the facts related to Jharkhand's Rajhara North coal block allocation from Manmohan Singh.
'On this issue of illegal migration of boat people, you cannot single out my country.'
'We've had information that some women have actually been pushed into sexual servitude over there.'
Tamil families remain displaced on their own land, while Lanka army engaged in property development and running luxury resorts.
Jack Warner remains behind bars after failing to post a bail of TT $2.5 million.
Football Federation of Australia (FFA) chairman Frank Lowy said it was time for a change at the top of FIFA.
'We cannot allow the reputation of football and FIFA to be dragged through the mud any longer.'
Its consolidated revenue during the fiscal ended on March 31, 2015 stood at Rs.20,966 cr against Rs.19,036 cr in 2014.
The GDP at constant (2011-12) prices in the financial year 2014-15 is now estimated at Rs.106.44 lakh crore.
Many companies represented in Rutte's delegation are likely to offer their expertise for plan on 100 smart cities.
Higher educational institutions fare well in terms of enrolment opportunities. Yet scant attention is accorded to quality, specifically academics and research.
The Swedish newspaper did what any self-respecting publication would do. It went with the story on the President and rejected attempts to muzzle it.
The British arrived in the sub-continent to trade and to extract goods. Unsurprisingly, crucial to this venture was the commodification of what could be found here.
The announcement came on Friday.
HC sought the Centre's response on AAP govt's plea.
SC posted the matter for hearing on June 4.
Nine students, with 99.2 per cent marks, have bagged first seven positions.
Approx 6,200 climbers following Hillary and Norgay's trail.
On victim's complaint basis three people were arrested.
A temp of 45.5 degrees Celsius was recorded on Friday.
Twenty-five people have tested positive of the disease.
Odisha is becoming pioneer state to prepare action plan on climate change.
Singers are now looking at exploring the world of lights, camera and action.
Do not be obsessed with constipation as whatever is inside will eventually come out.
The Odlabari Nature and Adventure Society is hosting study camps to make students aware of the environment.
Fill your wardrobe with denim shirt, vest or a dress.
Place cold tea bags under each eye.
Green tea also prevents and reduces tumour growth.
For Indian students looking to up the career ante via higher education, student visa day at the US Consulate in Kolkata showed the way.
The 68th World Health Assembly approved the amended resolution on Anti-Microbial Resistance with strong support from member countries.
The film will appeal to those who are not into gore and blood curdling horror.
The film is a poor desi version of 'Dumb and the Dumber'.
'Under observation now & he may have a shoulder surgery a lil later,' Hema tweeted.
Kiev, 4 March: The USA today toughened its stand on Ukraine as Secretary of State John Kerry was to arrive in Kiev to support its new Western-backed leaders who are caught up in a Cold War-style struggle between Washington and Moscow.
Russia meanwhile ordered troops who had been holding a snap military drill near the border of ex-Soviet Ukraine back to their barracks, giving some relief to markets left skittish by events.
On Ukraine's Black Sea peninsula of Crimea, though, Kremlin-backed troops remained deployed and in de facto control.
There were no signs of them conducting a military offencive after a dawn deadline expired that Ukraine's military said it had received from the Russian forces.
Western powers have been wrestling with no clear solution as to how best deal with President Vladimir Putin's decision to threaten force against its neighbour. Kiev's new leaders, installed after three months of protests which culminated in a days of carnage that led to the downfall of Kremlin-backed leader Viktor Yanukovych, have been pleading for their help.
The Ukraine crisis threatens to blow up into the biggest test for global diplomacy ~ and relations between Moscow and the West ~ since the fall of the 1989 Berlin Wall.
It escalated still further on Monday when both Washington and European powers announced a raft of their toughest sanctions against Russia in decades.
“We have, in light of recent events in Ukraine, put on hold all military-to-military engagements between the USA and Russia,” US Defense Department spokesman Rear Admiral John Kirby said.
Mr Kerry was due to hold talks with Kiev's leaders later Tuesday in a display to bolster their legitimacy which is contested by Moscow.
There was immediate response to the steps by Moscow. But the Kremlin's official spokesman said on Tuesday that Mr Putin had the night before ordered a halt to military exercises launched last week in parts of western Russia bordering Ukraine that had involved 150,000 troops.
Mr Putin had watched the exercises involving tanks, helicopters and around 1,800 troops in the Leningrad region today.
US President Barack Obama yesterday accused Russia of being on the “wrong side of history” on Ukraine by violating its sovereignty and international law.
Obama said he had told Russia that, if it continued, “we are examining a whole series of steps ~ economic, diplomatic ~ that will isolate Russia”.
US officials then announced a series of punitive measures designed to puncture Russia's geopolitical prestige as well as military and economic ambitions.
He was elected for the fifth consecutive time.
Rahul criticised ban on students' group.
A temp of 44.6 °C was recorded at Kota.
'Free speech is our right.'
Two airport loaders suffered skin irritation.
Police have detained the protesters.