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The 2,000 km range Agni-II missile, already inducted and part of the country’s arsenal for strategic deterrence, was launched as a training exercise by the Strategic Forces Command of the army.
AIFF charts out ambitious plan to launch age-group leagues across all states, a move which could see around 60,000 kids play regular competitive football.
Rekha said companies have to rethink various ways of investing in new skills and train their employees if they have to survive.
Happy citizens make a happy city.
According to the sources, the Central Vigilance Commission asked about the role of auditors and board members.
The protest by Kannada activists against Hindi imposition is now a subject of inspiration to Maharashtra and West Bengal.
Would you like a pink flamingo on your Benarasi sari? What about little cows? Younger women who like to try traditional weaves, but stay faithful to their quirky side, can head to WeaveinIndia’.
Temperatures have been on the rise in Kerala for the past 10 years. In Kochi, though the temperature fell by two degrees this year, humidity has gone up.
The top six teams of the I-League and the Indian Super League would be granted a direct entry into the round of 16.
A seminar on ‘the science of natural healing’ was held here with Dr Arun Sharma, a pioneer in naturopathy addressing the crowd.
People who have bought apartments near Akkulam lake are finding it difficult to dispose of their properties since the Corporation has refused to allot permanent TC numbers citing violation of AAI.
The station is fully operated by 28 women employees, including ticket checkers, RPF, operations staff and reservation and booking supervisors, North Western Railway spokesperson Tarun Jain said.
The BoB complaint mentions that the fraud was declared on December 12 last year and staff accountability from fraud angle is under examination.
Railway Board has directed zonal railways to increase speed of trains during inclement weather from 60 km to 75 km per hour subject to the judgment of loco pilots.
India in unique position with wrist spinners like Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav: Former South African chinaman Paul Adams
The Indian pair of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav picked 33 wickets in six ODIs against South Africa.