'Spreading misleading lies, mischievous canards and divisive venom has become the patented hallmark of RSS.'
'Bharti has expressed concern over unauthorised mining activities going on in river Ganga in Bijnor district of UP.'
'The party leadership has asked BJP members to adopt restraint and not make any statements that may flare up tempers.'
"We are working for the Security Council reform after 70 years of the foundation of the United Nations," Merkel said.
Carter's remarks came as his top general in Afghanistan, John Campbell, acknowledged the incident was a mistake.
"For us, this does not look like an accident, it is a serious violation," NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in Brussels.
"The fans stay with everything behind the club and this is what Jürgen Klopp likes and what he needs," Effenberg said.
It also urged that the player's father, Jorge Horacio, be imprisoned for 18 months for defrauding 4.1 million euros ($4.6 million).
"I don't think we made a mistake at all. I think we chose a good football man. Unfortunately it didn't work for David," Ferguson said.
The President, in his welcome speech, said India attaches high importance to its strategic partnership with Germany.
Ashe, 61, who had served as the 68th UNGA President, was arrested and is among 6 people arrested in the case.
"For India to reach its ambitious economic growth targets, it needs to be integrated into global trade pacts," Mukesh Aghi said.
To list all the several NDA brags that have gone bust would be titillating, clearly it has recorded more misses than hits: with Arun Jaitley also taking a body blow.
RK Dorendra and Radhabinod Koijam - joining the BJP arouses little interest because both are habitual 'curry-testers', switching allegiance is normal.
Three years and seven months have passed since the Supreme Court issued the mandamus. Had the project been implemented. India could have become the granary of the world.
'Today is the eighth day of the Dadri incident, PM has not spoken.'
CSE challenges MCD claims on commercial vehicles
'Rahul Gandhi approved the team of new office bearers.'
Alapan Bandyopadhyay was appointed to take temporary charge of the SEC.
Upadhyay was facing criticism over the violence-marred polls.
We discussed areas like irrigation, tourism: Banerjee
The progress of ongoing mega projects were reviewed by a panel led by VP Roy.
Ind-SA match witnessed unruly scenes on Monday.
The minister held a review meeting with administration.
It was a packed house for dance drama "Don Quixote" presented in Bharatanatyam technique.
Rights groups say they have not known any disappeared person to return in 26 years of conflict.
Shanta Shrestha is a witness and an active agent of Nepal’s struggle for democracy and for women's rights.
The sky lit up on the evening of
Anushka wrote: 'Never thought I'd get to do this!'
It's a great alternative to pasta or rice for a quick meal.
'The emphasis was on vegetarian food as it is unique.'
Pre-placement offers are rolling in progressively at the country’s premier technological institutes, indicating a good placement season in December.
The highly creative course provides students with the skills to design products for food and drink, interiors/tabletop, sanitaryware and cladding.
Technology is revolutionising every sector of the economy. I firmly believe that technology will drive businesses forward in future.
'There shouldn't be any loss-making business.'
With 'Befikre', Aditya is returning to the director's chair.
The actor has joined other celebs to invite students.
Guyana Cricket Board expressed its disappointment over the non-selection of left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul to replace Sunil Narine in the West Indies squad for the World Cup.
The board on Tuesday released a statement saying it’s puzzled by the selection of Jamaican left-arm spinner Nikita Miller over Permaul and has called on Clive Lloyd headed West Indies selection panel to be consistent with their selection policy, reports CMC.
Miller, a seasoned Jamaican spinner, has not played for the West Indies in nearly a year but has the experience of 45 One-Day Internationals (ODIs), where he has taken 40 wickets.
Narine pulled out of the World Cup squad, citing the need to continue work on his bowling.
He has been doing remedial work on his bowling ever since being reported for having a suspected illegal action during the Champions League Twenty20 in September last year.
The board, formed in 1939 and backed by three associations and 13 clubs, has suggested that the selection of Miller was a contradiction in light of public comments attributed to Lloyd stating that it was time to rebuild West Indies cricket with younger players who perform consistently.
The 25-year-old Permaul is the leading bowler in the Four-Day Franchise after the first phase of four rounds with 32 wickets, while the 32-year-old Miller is ninth on the list of most wickets.
The board’s criticism of Lloyd comes four months after it publicly praised his appointment as chairman of West Indies selection panel.