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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.
Do youngsters in the city ‘study’ student struggles from across the country on Facebook and Youtube and emulate them here? The recent protest at EFLU seems to suggest so
In a unique reference to the scenic beauty of water bodies in Kochi, the stage has been designed in the form of a ‘Churulan Vallam’ in the middle of a water body.
Spectators were in for a surprise when Agriculture Minister K P Mohanan was tied with chains and locked inside a metal box for magician Gopinath Muthukad’s transposition act at Women’s College auditorium.
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.
As many as 2,37,92,270 voters are eligible as of now to vote in the April 10 Lok Sabha elections in the state, which is 8.8 per cent higher compared to the 2009 general elections.
Enforcement Directorate attached assets worth Rs 863 crore belonging to YSR Congress Party chief YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, industrialist Nimmagadda Prasad and their companies terming them “proceeds of crime.”
The ruling BJD on Wednesday hit out at BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and the central leadership of the Congress for ignoring Odisha when parts of the State were devastated by cyclone Phailin.
A local court today fixed the hearing on four different applications filed by Tehelka founder editor Tarun Tejpal, accused of sexually assaulting a junior woman colleague, and the Crime Branch to March 21.
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Did you expect the AAP members to indulge in street-fights?
Yes - 74%
No - 26%
Total number of votes: 68