Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said B R Ambedkar had never thought of leaving the country despite being subjected to insult and discrimination.
A bench of justices Dipak Misra and P C Pant expressed unhappiness that the state was yet to implement its earlier order.
Tributes for the victims and heroes of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks poured in from across the country as several events marked the seventh anniversary of the dastardly strike.
"It is highly likely that Russia will seek revenge, and the situation is fluid," said a Chinese daily.
Kerry has praised Indian students for speaking out against gender-based violence, saying that gender can never be a justification to commit violence.
South Korea and North Korea are set to hold a working-level contact on Thursday to discuss the details for inter-governmental talks.
The Italian side now have a 2-point cushion over English side with 11 points from 5 matches in Group D.
PSG improved to 10 points from five matches, three behind leaders Real Madrid while Malmo remained at the bottom.
The points from game would help both sides inch closer to the semis, no one will leave any stone unturned to log in full points.
This is the first time that Volkwagen’s emissions rigging has been officially confirmed outside of the US, the Korea Herald reported.
As per the JV agreement, Lumax will hold 51 per cent equity with management control over the JV and SIPAL S.p.A. will hold 49 per cent equity.
"We will create a law to give certain minimum wages across the country in all trades and not only in scheduled employments,"Shankar Aggarwal said.
Inconsistency, if not confusion, appears to mark this government’s assessment of the ISIS threat, underplayed perhaps to avert a reprisal-backlash.
A year after the spirited pro-democracy upheaval in Hong Kong, the country remains fractured on the core issue of Beijing’s influence.
If this is indeed to be Asia's century, then India needs to be at the forefront of the events that are transforming the continent.
Tripathi sent to 2 days judicial custody.
Lamba demanded that Sharma must be sent to jail.
Govt orders probe into missing words.
A labourer of the same tea garden had died on Monday.
Bikers escaped in the ensuing confusion.
Party leaders were summoned to take stock of the situation.
The week-long festival is likely to witness a footfall of over 1.5 million.
‘Let the state human rights commission investigate.’
The health centers do not have their own building.
Their hands work tirelessly as they spin and weave myriad colours, designs and styles, tucked away in some odd places.
Has the education system failed in responding to the complex linguistic diversity of India, asks the writer.
Taylor, a 53 year old aviator is flying solo in a vintage Boeing Stearman bi-plane from Britain to Australia.
Passion in the action between the sheets gradually declines.
Crawford also helps Kaia groom her eyebrows.
'I would get it done every three months.'
Provisions in the new Companies Act and measures taken by SEBI have ensured a larger say for minority shareholders in the affairs of a company.
While India has had outstanding judges, its justice delivery system is costly, dilatory, cumbersome and artificial.
Undoubtedly Queen of the Hills, Darjeeling is one of the highlights of Indian tourism.
'I shot 'Gerua' song with SRK and Kajol in Iceland.'
Gracy Singh feels peace and unity should prevail in society.
Canary is survived by his wife, two children and a grandchild.
Press Trust of India
Coimbatore, 11 March: A Mahila Court here today sentenced a 40-year-old man to life imprisonment for abducting, raping and impregnating a minor girl.
The court also imposed a fine of Rs 1.36 lakh on him.
According to the prosecution, Peer Mohammed had taken his friend's 14-year-old daughter to his house on 7 March, 2007 and raped her. This continued for at least three months.
He also threatened the girl that he will kill her father if she complained about the incident to her parents or police.
However, the girl told her parents about the incident when she came to know that she was pregnant.
The parents lodged a complaint to police about the incident following which Peer Mohammed was arrested.
Mahila Court Mr Judge MP Subramanian sentenced Peer Mohammed to life imprisonment and ordered him to pay a fine of Rs 1.36 lakh.