'I request you to proactively initiate an appropriate set of actions that will bring about a permanent solution to this sensitive issue.'
'Geeta has returned home after great difficulties. Now search for her parents is on. She should treat my wife and me as maternal aunt and uncle.'
The elections to local bodies are seen as a litmus test for ruling BJP against the backdrop of the quota stir by Patels.
The US president, with just a year left in office, wants to lead the world by example on climate change. But Obama faces pushback at home.
'If I had to judge the presence and number of contributions, I would say that the target is met. But we have an agreement to seek and conclude.'
Though the Paris protests were overwhelmingly peaceful, a small band of anti-capitalist militants clashed with riot police.
Starting on the pole position, Rosberg won by 8.2 seconds ahead of teammate Lewis Hamilton
Shastri said batsmen who had the patience to apply themselves could have easily scored hundreds on the pitches.
Khalil defeated China's Zheng Zhi and UAE's Omar Abdulrahman to win the Asian Football Confederation Player of the Year Award 2015.
The head of Morgan Stanley maintained his positive outlook on the Chinese economy despite a continued slowdown.
'I am glad that finally a tea party was held and may be that is a part of political management which is very important for selling ideas.'
The group of 17 overseas investors has said that the listing of the bourses would help various public sector entities who have invested there.
Has any evaluation been made of the number of women each paramilitary requires. Recruiting women must be seen as more than dishing out a dole.
The elections have yielded an ideological turnaround that predicts a new political view. The defeat of the Peronists signifies the end of 12 years of Left rule.
Can we expect that Modi would act in a non-partisan manner, taking account of all its putative beef-eaters and agnostics, secularists and malcontents?
'There will be no benefit to lower level employees.'
The app can be downloaded from Google Play Store.
The former party leader threatened protest outside the Assembly on Monday.
The state is ruled by a person who is above her own party: Sujan
'West Bengal is the target of antinational forces.'
"We want to abolish the rule of the present government," Mishra said.
A detailed report has been sought within four weeks.
The personnel need to be trained for 18 months: Soin
The festival will have 35 stalls.
Mercifully, road-side shows by madaris with animals such as bears, snakes and monkeys has almost vanished in the cities.
A reader sent me a report about a woman in Britain who found a text from her husband's mistress on the phone he'd left behind.
Sumanti Bhagat, an Oraon tribal woman uses some sophisticated techniques that could put many contemporary artists to shame.
Efron posted several photographs on Instagram.
She wore her hair slicked back in a bun.
'We tend to believe that people tell the truth.'
An India that forgets the many histories and the diverse cultures that make up this great nation is sure to splinter into destructive atoms.
For socio-political and historical reasons, Mizoram does not have many takers for a party like the BJP.
Could the Centre be resorting to a kind of muscle-flexing by deciding not to sign separate agreements with different militant outfits in Nagaland.
The DIFF will be held from December 9-16.
'People have made the notion of competition.'
Big B was seen kick-starting a scooter in Kolkata.
Suspected Maoists triggered an explosion on Visakhapatnam-Raipur railway line in Rayagada district early today, injuring one person and blowing up a portion of track that led to disruption of train services on the route.
The blast triggered in the wee hours by a low intensity improvised explosive device (IED) damaged about one metre of track at Munikhol near Muniguda Railway Station, Rayagada SP K Sibasubramani said.
A railway gangman, identified as Hari Mirdha, sustained minor injury in the incident, a Railway Protection Force (RPF) official said.
Bomb disposal squad visited the site of the blast, suspected to have been carried out by Maoists, the SP said adding that investigation was on.
Rail services on the route were disrupted for sometime and about half a dozen trains were stranded at Kesinga, Muniguda and Rayagada railway stations.
In a banner found from the site, Vansadhara-Nagabali and Ghumusar division of banned CPI (Maoist) claimed responsibility for the blast saying they were opposed to the forthcoming India visit of US President Barack Obama, police officials said.
Railway officials swung into action to restore train services on the route.