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Officials sealed a bakery here on Tuesday after a metal screw was found in a biscuit by none other than Deputy Commissioner Rakesh Kumar K himself.
he dance and cultural competitions will have a different ambience from the past years, since it will be held in a simple fashion; there will be neither inaugural nor valedictory functions.
He said the Union home minister coming out with the statement that the Centre does not have anything to do and instead it is the state which is totally responsible is totally wrong.
Meera H Sanyal is one of the country’s most respectable bankers.
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik inaugurated the open air museum of scrap sculptures at Kalinga Vihar in the city on Tuesday.
A series of events like hackathons and boot camps will be held over the next four months in Amaravati, Visakhapatnam and Tirupati.
Sahapedia will curate and organise 29 heritage walks across 16 cities in collaboration with over 10 partners from various parts of the country.
That report, and one from The Wall Street Journal , underscored Sandberg's influence at the company, even as Zuckerberg has borne much of the criticism and anger.
Pericles Malagardis, a Greek national who was sleeping at Heathrow Airport, had gone to Uxbridge police station to collect his dog on a cold day in March 2016.
The party promised rice at Rs 1 per kg, home to every homeless family and traffic-congestion-free Aizawl in three years and pothole-free all-weather roads in the next six months.
The proposal is under consideration of the government, said state Education Minister Vinod Tawde.
Australian cricket, in contrast, has been dogged by structural reform in the wake of the ball-tampering saga in South Africa in March and it has resulted in turbulence on the field as well.
The actor recalled the incident from his childhood when he became part of 'No Filter Neha'.
Australian pacer Pat Cummins Sunday refused to buy Kohli's self-appraisal that he is no longer the one looking for confrontations.
Australia were beaten in both white-ball formats by South Africa in recent weeks, but skipper Aaron Finch is confident they can turn their fortunes around with a more assertive approach.