Academician Ananya Chakravarti was holidaying in Fort Kochi sometime in mid-July, when she woke up one morning at her hotel to an image of an 11-year-old African boy staring at the Raja of Kochi.
Senior journalist Devulapalli Amar assumed charge as advisor to the State government on national media and inter-State affairs here on Tuesday.
Weavers, who once migrated in search of jobs, return home to earn up to Rs 20,000 per month
A programme was organised by RTO, Bhubaneswar II on Monday to celebrate completion of one year of the drive in which a plant is gifted to an individual when he/she purchases a vehicle.
14 women’s safety schemes virtually paralysed due to lack of funds
Citing the floodwater takes time in moving from place to place and with the CWC warning, the government had enough time to avoid floods, but it did not do it with its ulterior motive.
Pact with Apollo Hospitals, Dhanush Infotech to end this month
In a first, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has drafted an advisory for states urging them to make public transport disabled-friendly.
Currently, the drivers are doing the rounds of the Medical and Health department offices to plead their cases.
Former Pottangi MLA Ramchandra Kadam and District Congress Committee working president Rupak Turuk accompanied the MP.
The rights panel chief raised the issue during a day-long national level review meeting on mental health, hosted by the NHRC at India International Centre here on Wednesday.
The govt says that the decision to repeal Regulation 13 was taken based on HMDA commissioner’s recommendation and the latter says differently, the bench noted.
The government has also told the state governments that 'special care' should be taken of Jammu and Kashmir residents and students residing in their state.
Farmers said earlier, 2.5 acre land was treated as one hectare (ha) and the premium was fixed accordingly.
As the Discoms require money for giving the LCs, they requested the State government to give Rs 1,000 crore additional funds.