Ansari's visit to Mali on September 29 will be the first ever high-level visit to that country from India.
The Indian Space Research Organisation will use its own multiple burn technology for the first time while launching eight satellites.
Heavy rains lashed several districts of Andhra, K'taka and Telengana where normal life is out of gear.
Ban lauded India for its "swift action" over the decision to ratify the Paris pact on climate change.
Trump confirmed that he would be addressing an Indian-American event in New Jersey next month, the proceeds of which will benefit global victims of Islamic terror.
The Democrat and Clinton's running mate said that Clinton has a long track record of service in public life.
Palmer, who celebrated his 87th birthday two weeks ago, was widely regarded as one of the best professional golfers of all time.
Craig sustained the injury to his left side while bowling in the second innings of the first Test on Sunday. He left the field to receive treatment and did not return.
Ireland captain Will Porterfield's gamble did not pay off as Bavuma and Quinton de Kock (82) punished the Irish bowling in an opening partnership of 159.
Dealers attributed the Rupee's fall to increased demand for the US currency from importers and banks and a lower opening in domestic equity market.
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UBS said in July that the Swiss authorities had asked it to provide client information following a French request for international administrative assistance in May.
Biryani sellers of Mewat were forced to literally chicken out during Eid as police and local vigilantes went on the rampage claiming beef was being used to prepare the delicacy.
Putin has firmed up his authority despite the expansionist designs in Ukraine and the calibrated bombing in Syria that has left the dictator unscathed.
The failure of the executive in its duty and the stepping in of the judiciary on an issue which ought to be non-justiciable had kept the Cauvery cauldron.
Sisodia said the govt worked to improve teaching conditions in schools.
Teachers have submitted a memorandum to President.
The maximum temperature is likely to hover around 35 degrees Celsius.
Auto drivers were asked to carry all valid documents.
The centre wants to export their consumer goods to Bengal.
A sum of Rs.2,48,500 in cash was allegedly seized from the two.
CM said that both the UPA and NDA are apathetic to state.
Narasingha blamed Naveen over Mahanadi issue.
AAP claimed state remained backward because of BJD.
Hornbills have become a part of the daily lives of the villagers.
Kohima’s tryst for the smart city tag came to fruition last week.
It’s all about spears and swords and a lone young man on a horse.
Adopt new technology to make life easy in the kitchen.
Shine on and let men notice your real beauty.
Make sure to include key nutrients in your diet to stay fit and strong.
Metro security staff are vigilant about drunk people.
The occasion was an in-memoriam chat following the death of litterateur Sajjad Zaheer.
There are number of people who were overweight in India.
Doran Martell's run ended in episode one of season six.
The filmmaker said re-teaming with Fassbender is on cards.
The 28-year-old revealed she is least bothered.
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Bhubaneswar, 10 March
The CPI-M today said it was going to fight the coming elections in Odisha alone and would field candidates in two Lok Sabha and 12 Assembly seats.
Odisha CPI(M) secretary Janardan Pati said that the party decided not to have seat adjustment with the BJD, unlike the last election.
“”In the 2009 elections, the CPI-M had seat adjustment with the BJD. This time, they did not invite us for seat arrangement. Therefore, we will go alone in the state,” Pati said. Announcing the names of candidates at the partys head office here, Pati said that of the 12 Assembly seats, the names of two candidates for Satyabadi constituency in Puri district and Paralakhemundi constituency in Gajapati district would be announced later. He said the party decided to field veteran communist leader Ali Kishore Patnaik from Berhampur. The name of the candidate for the Balasore LS seat will be announced after getting nod of the central leadership. The constituencies where the CPI(M) will put candidates are: Bonai (Laxman Munda), Rourkela (Salomi Minz), Nilagiri (Pradipta Panda), Remuna (Dr Sanjay Das), Jaleswar (Sisir Hui), Salepur (Badrinarayan Das), Ranpur (Golak Bihari Muduli), Nayagarh (Biswanath Mohapatra), Digapahandi (Bidyadhar Jena) and Mohana (Dandapani Raita).