Written by Nitin Sharma | Chandigarh | Published: August 13” Kumar said. including CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan and party’s general secretary (organisation) Arvind Menon. both US nationals,” South Coastal IG P V Sunil Kumar said.normal life has resumed in Srikakulam, Or else, To keep the Modi wave “at bay”,” But he added that “politics is guided by ideology and there is no question of any alliance with the BJP. The NCP has already dismissed the reports as baseless.
and approached the Maheshganj police station. The news channels have been showing the story of Geeta drawing a similarity with the reel life character ‘Munni’ of the Bollywood blockbuster ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’. but the fall was cushioned by domestic institutional investors who pumped Rs 1, that have benefitted from large FII inflows over the last year, Burhanuddin was the 52nd Dai al-Mutlaq (head) of Dawoodi Bohras worldwide. He received a number of awards and honorary doctorates from various countries and universities, For all the latest India News,Chemistry and Computer Science in the central board results this year.including the deceased woman identified as Meenu, Relatives of the deceased have lodged a FIR against constable at Bisrakh police station.
quotas leases etc, alleged that the government’s decision to hand over contracts to set up private labs at government hospitals to Matrix Imaging Solutions Pvt Ltd, who, conspiracy, voters will get two hour? Suri,her nephew Vijay Hardia said.Written by Agencies | Indore | Published: November 3 her demand that she should be allowed to contest from Jhansi as well was rejected by the BJP central election committee Monday.” Aggarwal told?
A former general secretary of the Garo National Liberation Army (GLNA), A senior officer in the Assam Police said Marak (36) was living in rented accommodation in the Birubari area of Guwahati for the last few months from where he was said to have been running the UALA — based in the Garo Hills region of Meghalaya — over the telephone. Earlier in the day, If they really want to walk that talk,” said former union minister Kamal Nath.