The Shiv Sena on Saturday slammed those opposing the state government's move to de-recognise madrasas.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted the US on its I-Day, and expressed "extreme excitement" about renewed energy in bilateral ties.
The topped four women are Ira Singhal, Renu Raj, Nishi Gupta and Vandana Rao. It was for the first time that the results were declared within four days of the closing date of the interviews.
In the name of construction of temporary structures for fishermen. China installed full-fledged military station, says minister Rafael Alunan.
A NTB official said, during May-June a large number of tourists from India visit Nepal. However, this year the numbers were few.
An anti-terrorism court in Pak has sentenced a Muslim cleric to over 10 yrs in jail for making hate speeches against another sect.
Dhoni's coach believes that he is a fighter and will comeback with a bang, while former cricketers are of the opinion that the superstar's market value has declined and his survival is at stake.
PM Sharif sought the sacking of PHF officials and team management after Pakistan failed to qualify for the Olympic Games in the HWL.
India are scheduled to play their remaining two matches on Sunday when they take on Maldives in the morning and Sri Lanka in the tournament's last match.
'It is proud moment for Indian telecom industry on the successful implementation of nationwide mobile number portability.'
Real GDP is expected to grow by more than 4 per cent during this and next fiscal year.The fiscal deficit will further decline to 4.3 per cent of GDP in 2015-16.
LG released the phone at Rs.51,000 in an attempt to gain the title of the best Android smartphone brand that is currently held by Samsung.
Darjeeling was asleep when catastrophe struck, killing no fewer than 33 people with reports of many more missing and rendered homeless.
The death-rattle of the indigenous MBT Arjun is now audible, the Army has little faith in its “promoters” presenting anything better than the cumbersome monstrosity.
Netaji had foreseen a potential battlefield after Partition. His association with the Axis Powers during the WW II has been a subject of prolonged discourse.
The Ministry had earlier instructed the college to expedite the probe.
Sanjay said, the party has sent Tomar's case to Lokpal.
A gazette on July 6 on the scheme will be launched.
'Students should always respect teachers.'
Train traffic in SER has been disrupted.
The absence of CCTV has made things difficult.
Several mega industrial projects to come up soon.
Police case has been registered and his body sent for autospy.
The child is in a critical condition.
Films that celebrate the spirit of American Independence like no other.
It’s time for sacrificial offerings and prayers, agricultural rites and rituals, folk dance and songs. The three-day Dree festival begins in Arunachal Pradesh.
A recent exhibition of paintings, photography and sculptures staged by Colour Carnival fitted the bill.
REM helps in the growth of brain.
She said she won't risk her child's life.
Therapies help to maintain peripheral nerve function.
'I am looking forward to share my learning and experience with the young and talented contestants.'
One of the mysteries that remain unsolved in Bengali cinema.
'Marriage is cancelled now... love is back.'
It has both soul and sinew, making it a must watch film.
The film will entertain you only if you are an action buff.
Ahead of his government's first full year budget, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday sought ideas from economists to attract investments, create jobs and finance infrastructure to put India back on high growth path. Modi brainstormed suggestions with leading economists at the maiden meeting of "think tank" NITI Aayog and will follow it up with another meeting with Chief Ministers on Sunday. "NITI Aayog had today organised a meeting ... (with) some very eminent economists with regard to the state of economy and steps required to boost investment, growth and even specific suggestions with regard to the Union Budget," Finance Minister Arun Jaitley told reporters after the meeting. Jaitley, who will present the General Budget for 2015-16 on February 28, said suggestions were mainly related to the high growth roadmap for the Indian economy. "These were also in relation to the financing of infrastructure, how to attract investment, how to boost domestic savings and the state of agricultural sector was particularly discussed," the Finance Minister said. Niti Aayog is a "think tank" also and Friday's meeting was in that context, Jaitley said. The meeting also discussed suggestions with regard to effective implementation of several flagship schemes of the government and how poverty levels can be brought down. Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian, Aayog's full time members Bibek Debroy and V K Saraswat, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha, Planning Minister Rao Inderjit Singh, ex-RBI governor Bimal Jalan, Subir Gokarn, Ashok Gulati and G N Bajpai were also present in the meeting. NITI Aayog came into existence on January 1 after the government scrapped the socialist-era Planning Commission. When asked if giving statutory status to the Aayog was discussed in the meeting, Jaitley replied in negative. To another query, he said issues related to government subsidies too were not discussed.
This will be alternative to auto rickshaws.
Expectations with which people voted have been shattered.
He will discuss about the Digital India initiative.
It gives info on the success of govt schemes.
They formally charged company's 3 directors.
'The government favours education for all.'