'You're print journalist, why take video': UP government to examine FIR against scribe booked for salt-roti expose
The video of students of being served salt and roti in their midday meal at a government-run primary school in Mirzapur district had gone viral on social media on August 22.
In his complaint, the block education officer had alleged that Pawan Kumar Jaiswal deliberately shot the video doing 'despicable work' of maligning the image of the state government.
According to the website of state Midday Meal Authority, the overseeing body for these meals in the state, government-run schools list an elaborate menu that is supposed to be served to children.
If you can make two chapatis in under four minutes, you may get a job with the Railway Protection Force.
As his parents were not financially well-off, the patient’s story went viral on a crowdfunding site and sufficient money was gathered, while everyone waited for a new liver for Radhesh.
Board of Chaîne des Rotisseurs India will work closely with Christ College Hospitality Department and provide the opportunity for the student to work at their hotels post-graduation.
Kathua case is a minor incident, don't give it too much importance, says new J&K Deputy Chief Minister Kavinder Gupta
Kavinder Gupta has courted controversy by saying that the Kathua rape and murder case is a minor incident and it should not be given too much importance.
Kathua MLA Rajiv Jasrotia has been missing since two days after being questioned about the rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl in his constituency in Jammu and Kashmir.
When ANI tried to contact Jasrotia for his reaction on the rape case, he sent a text message: 'Sir, I am going to hospital as my mother-in-law is not well.'
The suspects were produced before media persons at a briefing by senior police officials in Rawalakot, the headquarters of Poonch division.