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Former Vice Chancellor of Anna University D Viswanathan was conferred one of the oldest civilian distinctions, the order of Academic Palms, by the Prime Minister of the French Republic.
The increasing number of court cases is hampering the day-to-day functioning and ongoing civil works of the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike. The civic agency is spending Rs 20 lakh a year to fight these cases.
The work of the controversial Pachalam rail overbridge (ROB) which came to a standstill owing to the traders’ protest will resume soon. The decision was taken at a meeting initiated by the District Collector.
The young students of Government UP School, Chalai adopted the traditional Kakkarassi Nadakam to spread awareness on the grave issue of narcotics among the masses
Chief Minister lashed out at Manmohan Singh for shaking hands with Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa, instead of taking steps to get the Tamil Nadu fishermen arrested by the Lankan navy released.
While Congress and BJP leaders are planning to hire private choppers to woo voters across the State, JD(S) leaders will take to the road in cars due to ‘financial constraint’.
Kiran, who had recently quit the Congress revolting against the way the Centre had divided the state, said his party would contest the general polls across the state as per its ‘convenience’.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday made his Prime Ministerial ambitions known, saying he is more qualified and experienced than those “roaming around” for the top job.
Speaking from the White House, Obama said any decisions on the future of Crimea, a pro-Russian area of Ukraine, must include the country's new government.
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Did you expect the AAP members to indulge in street-fights?
Yes - 66%
No - 34%
Total number of votes: 137