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The People’s Liberation Organisation of Tamil Eelam, backed by Maldivian businessman Abdulla Luthufi, mounted a coup in the Maldives in November 1988.
The woman, identified as P Kausalya of Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, is undergoing treatment at government Rameswaram hospital.
The PLOTE, backed by Maldivian businessman Abdulla Luthufi, mounted a coup in the country.
Supreme Court on Friday dismissed the CBI's appeal against the Delhi High Court's 2005 verdict discharging all the accused, including the Hinduja brothers.
He also accused the Congress of 'indirectly supporting' Maoists.
Plea in Delhi High Court against Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute for not giving free treatment to poor
A bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice V K Rao issued notice to the Delhi government, the hospital and the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) and sought their stand by January 28, 2019
Yellamma, who landed a few metres away, sustained grievous injuries and died on the spot, Cyberabad Police said.
Carrying ammunition is not allowed anywhere in the country unless it is licensed and has a valid purpose, said one official.
Things changed drastically when Gayoom’s step-brother Abdullah Yameen became President.
Petitioner P Rajeswari, mother of Ravi alias Ravichandran, submitted that her son was arrested on January 1,1992 in connection with the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi.
Asked why it took the Health Department so long to notice the deaths, Shetty said the government-run hospital did not inform the state.
Spread over an area of 1 lakh square feet, the temporary terminal will exclusively cater to international passengers.
The airport which handled over 18 million passengers in the financial year 2018 has now taken up expansion programme to increase the capacity to 34 to 40 million passengers per annum.
A project that is estimated to cost around Rs 51 crore to implement will see the varsity shift to a completely paperless administration.
Kohli is the third cricketer to be honoured with the Khel Ratna after batting legend Sachin Tendulkar (1997-1998) and former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (2007).