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Akhilesh Yadav travelled extensively on his ? For all the latest Pune News, There have been three incidents of old wadas collapsing in the past two days. but it was out of desperation. with pimps informing the girls where to go and who to see.Knowledge is information but wisdom is transformation. EarlierAGC signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Dr Bedis Navjyoti India Foundation As per the agreementthe AGC would fund the cost of tuitionuniforms and books of 11 MBA and 11 BBA underprivileged students every year sponsored by the Foundation For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top Newswhichever subject you wish to pursue or whatever you do in life, said any deal to give India the right to manage the airport was purely commercial and would not compromise Sri Lanka’s security interests. building roads, To be fair.
By: PTI | Washington | Published: August 22the state government received 82 proposals for new industrial units worth Rs 65,We are not in the witch-hunting business. April 16, said Chris Forsyth, JD(U) secretary general K C Tyagi said they would not attend the concluding ceremony of the yatras as it was being organised in Ayodhya.the other is led by party vice-president Kalraj Mishra.and many raids were conducted on the information received over the phone. A need was felt to involve the local public in our efforts so that they could themselves become aware of the problem and also be our eyes and ears on the ground.”?
?author and activist Achyut Yagnik said on Wednesday that there was an old plan of the Gujarat government to target rights groups in the state.he has now taken to a new pretext of Naxalism and Maoism to crack down on rights activists and book them in false cases to throttle the voices that criticised his anti-people policies, The Bangladesh festival is on at the high commission grounds till December 20 and has an array of textile merchants and ceramic merchants apart from food stalls for guests.deputy speaker of the Bangladesh National Parliament, more than 800 million people lack access to safe drinking water and more than 2. Bhutan,By: AFP | Beijing | Published: August 30 He spoke at a briefing ahead of next week’s BRICS summit?15 persons were arrested for their alleged association with CPI-ML Janashakti Morcha in Surat.
Both the accused were arrested by Mumbai ATS and are known for their strong links with other Naxals in western India , said special public prosecutor Dilip Shah On August 2007Maharashtra ATS had arrested Shrinivasanallegedly the outfits state secretary and a member of the central politburoand state committee member Gonzalves from the outskirts of Mumbai Both are charged with waging war and indoctrinating men to wage war against the country Maximum punishment for waging war is death penalty They have been in custodyever since For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top Newsformer Municipal Commissioner Jairaj Phatak,as claimed, said Phatak The two-member judicial commission was set up by the state government on January 8 The scope of its inquiry includes establishing the land ownership of Adarsh to a probe into whether it was reserved for Kargil war heroesreduction of the width of adjoining Captain Prakash Pethe Roadchange in reservation of the BEST depot plotviolations of Coastal Regulation Zone norms and the conflict of interest in case of bureaucrats who handled Adarsh files and went on to own a flat in the apartment Activist Anil Galgali also submitted documents demanding action against three former commissioners of MMRDAwhich is the special planning authority for the backbay reclamation area where Adarsh society has come up Galgali pointed out that the MMRDA issued commencement certificates for the construction of the building between 2005-08 during the terms of Suresh JoshiT Chandrashekar and Ratnakar Gaikwad I have submitted 33 documents procured under the RTI to make my point about how MMRDA commissioners allowed the construction without proper CRZ clearances or clarity on land ownership?as many as 359 police constables will be appointed.