President Pranab Mukherjee called the governors of eastern states to become active participants of the government's 'Act East policy'.
The Congress vice president said students and youths should be allowed to think freely as innovation require free movement of ideas.
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah also informed that the focus will be on other developmental issues as well.
The damages are to be paid by the state, as Naftali was employed by the prime minister's office rather than by the Netanyahus personally.
According to officials, a third woman bomber was arrested and has given information about other planned bombings that helped them increase security at the camp.
NATO has boosted its resources and readiness to meet any new threat, but its nervous former Soviet allies in the east are pushing for more.
Nestle spokeswoman Lydia Meziani informed that the decision was taken in light of negative publicity surrounding the IAAF.
Bengal Warriors scored 26 points after defeating Jaipur Pink Panthers in a Pro Kabaddi League contest.
Shivani outclassed Sindhu in straight games to clinch the gold in the badminton women's singles final.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said that with gradual adjustments in the stance of monetary policy, economic activity will expand at a moderate pace in coming years.
Initially, the company is eyeing neighbouring countries like Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, as their markets are somewhat similar to that in India.
The company also aims to add up to 40 percent generation capacity through non-fossil options to its incremental portfolio.
Bangladeshi novelist Taslima Nasreen was diplomatically gracious when she acknowledged at the Kerala Literature Festival that “I don’t think that India is intolerant”.
Climate change is a new policy initiative, the nature of global climate governance is evolving every year and at present has become state-centred and involves grassroots perspectives.
One year after Manohar Parrikar accepted the need for defence reforms, there has been no forward movement. Meanwhile, President XI Jinping has undertaken bold reforms.
The city generates around 8,500 tonnes of solid waste daily.
The main cause of the disappearance is said to be rampant encroachment.
After getting good response to odd-even formula, the Delhi govt is set to re-implement it.
“The ration card issue proved that the state govt is unskilled: BJP
There are 77,246 booths in the state.
Patients of both CMCH and NRS Hospital faced tough time.
The BJP stepped up pressure on the state govt to arrest BJD MLAs and a minister.
An Australian lady saves the life of an orphan boy in Odisha.
A residential school in Kalahandi district runs with solar power.
Two seminars on the relevance and changing profile of Indian music drew attention to the need to keep up both with the times and tradition.
My friend watched the dinosaur movie Jurassic World in front of her pet bird so that the creature could remember when his kind ruled the earth.
‘Fountain of youth’ treatment could be on the horizon.
The show will celebrate the crafts of Banaras.
Barley can also reduce risk for cardiovascular disease.
Consuming walnuts shed 1.5 ounces (42.52 gram) per day.
For the Hindu migrants from Pakistan, life is indeed tough.
Visually impaired students staged a musical play in Delhi.
Both the actors will be busy shooting for films.
The singer was the first to win ‘Record of the Year’.
The actor did not duck questions on ex-girlfriend Katrina.
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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).