An email error by an employee of Australian immigration department accidentally sent the details to the organisers of the Asian Cup football tournament.
The Congress chief had accused govt of "bending over backwards" to favour industrialists.
The case pertains to blasts that took place inside a house in West Bengal's Burdwan district on October 2 last year leaving two persons dead.
The Saudi-led coalition has vowed to keep up the raids until the rebels abandon their insurrection against President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi, who has fled to Riyadh.
Mud and rocks loosened by heavy rains were swept down steep hillsides of the rural region of the small central African nation, destroying houses in its path.
A total of 7,600 soldiers, including 3,500 marines, along with 80 aircraft, 30 ships, and scores of armoured vehicles and tanks, took part in the drill.
It is not clear when the 39-year old will return to competition after saying in February that he was taking an "indefinite break" from the sport.
“The ICC’s proactive digital enhancement has attracted an unprecedented 36 million unique visitors to its website and has accumulated over 300 million page views," said the ICC chairman.
Brazil's 1-0 victory over Chile in London was the team's eighth straight win since Dunga took over as coach from Luiz Felipe Scolari after last year's World Cup.
If India is going to import $140 billion in the next 7 years, if home land security is going to need a business of another $110 billion, so $250 billion worth business in the next 7-8 years: Amitabh Kant
The wheat procurement will begin April 1 but bulk stocks are expected to arrive after Baisakhi, the harvest festival, on April 13.
'Another 10,000 tonnes of rice will be ferried to Tripura this week as train services have been stopped in the southern part of the northeast region of India due to gauge conversion.'
It is becoming apparent that across the board young people have rising aspirations, and what was good enough for father, uncle or grandfather no longer attracts.
Prafulla Kumar Mahanta, who holds the record of being India’s youngest CM, has had many ups and downs in his career and at times had become something of an embarrassment for the party.
Reduction of vehicular emissions through continuous check, strict enforcement of the law and periodical survey of the emission control equipment are absolutely necessary.
Waste water is filtered and used again in Singapore.
The weekend saw bitter infighting and a crackdown on dissidents who had challenged Kejriwal's leadership.
Health officials said that no such ban will be enforced on cigarettes.
KMC polls will be held on April 18.
The NIA has till now arrested 17 people in this case.
'No farmer suicide due to distress sale of potatoes.'
Govt in communication with the centre for taking action against infiltrators, he said.
The scheme is scheduled to be launched on April 1.
Energy department will file a review petition: Pranab Prakash
In 2000, the central government banned the production and sales of gaming consoles, amid concerns that they had a harmful effect on young people and could disturb social order.
"They communicate through flashes and steady glows, mostly to attract a mate, Different species have different flash patterns and wavelengths to communicate.
Lee Kuan Yew, former prime minister of Singapore, died on Monday at the age of 91, according to a statement released by the Prime Minister's Office.
Lunch-skippers have lower intakes of nutrients, including calcium and fibre.
Chefs are now creating products that are egg less and those which suit diabetics too.
Aditi credits her friends with persuading her to participate in the beauty pageant.
The intellectual class of West Bengal is caught in a quagmire.
The ICSI has rolled out a slew of initiatives for its students and members in the current year and that too at a click of the mouse.
Though swine flu is like any other seasonal flu, as many as 1,198 people have died in India in the last two months.
We are not mocking religion in the film, said the actor.
The actress was approached to judge the forthcoming reality TV show.
The driver confessed to being responsible for the accident.
two senior leaders from Asom Gana Parishad join BJP
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New Delhi, 10 March
In a shot in the arm for BJP, two senior leaders of the Asom Gana Parishad today joined the party and the GJMM pledged support to BJP candidates in West Bengal, including the Darjeeling Lok Sabha seat.
Former AGP president Chandra Mohan Patowary and senior AGP leader and former minister Hitendra Nath Goswami joined the BJP along with a large number of their supporters here and were welcomed by BJP President Rajnath Singh.
In another development, Gorkha Jan Mukti Morcha (GJMM) president Bimal Gurung announced that his outfit will extend support to the BJP in West Bengal.
He was accompanied by two of the Morcha's general secretaries Raju Pradhan and Vinay Tamang.
“The GJMM has expressed its desire to support BJP candidates in Bengal for Lok Sabha polls, including Darjeeling seat,” BJP national executive member Siddharth Nath Singh, who was present at the meeting, told PTI.
In the 2009 Lok Sabha polls also, the GJMM had supported senior BJP leader Jaswant Singh for the Darjeeling seat, who had emerged as a winner.
Asked about the BJP's candidate for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls from Darjeeling, Mr Singh said, “It will be decided by the party”.
GJMM's support to BJP comes at a time when the ruling Trinamul Congress has nominated footballer Bhaichung Bhutia from the Darjeeling seat.
The GJMM, whose support is a deciding factor in the hills, has decided not to support Bhaichung.
“The real fight in Bengal is between the TMC and the BJP,” Mr Singh said.
Mr Gurung had recently claimed that GJM support would be the deciding factory not only in the Darjeeling parliamentary seat, but also in Jalpaiguri and Alipurduar Lok Sabha seats.
In Assam, the BJP has already declared five of its candidates including three sitting MPs.Sources said Patowary will be contesting from Barpeta.
The rally is against the new land ordinance bill.
The meeting will he held on April 14.
This will boost the 'Make in India' programme.
It seeks to bring in transparency and lower costs.
Heavy rains caused damage across the state on Monday.
The officials are to be tried for their role in coal blocks allocation case.