After nearly 13 months, the Metropolitan Transport Corporation (MTC) will commence distribution of tokens to elderly commuters for free travel in buses, on Monday.
On Valentine's Day, Bihar IAS officer offers rose to wife in public to deliver a message to youngsters
At Sitamarhi Dr Singh fell in love with a probationer officer of state administrative services and later tied the knot with her. CM Nitish Kumar among other officials attended the couple's wedding.
Importantly, the Banchhada tribe (which is native to bordering districts in MP and Rajasthan) for generations has been notorious for pushing their minor girls into prostitution.
Damyanti Soni is a professional heavy vehicle driver, a skill she learnt from her husband who died a decadeback.
Th Jhakhand government takes help of women against a recurring social evil to ensure dignified life for the victims.
2016-batch IPS officer Pritpal Kaur helps students prepare for civil services exams, counsels drug addicts and their families and being a dentist, she helps locals quit tobacco chewing.
Ramchandani said that the one Rupee fee clinic is part of his long standing desire to provide free treatment to the poor and underprivileged beyond duty hour.
While 872 persons died in road mishaps in that period in 2020, 684 deaths were reported between September and October in 2019.
Abdul Samad Nizami of Cuttack Sadar is today much sought after at religious events for his beautiful rendition of Jagannath bhajans.
Covid-19 pandemic was hard on everyone, more so during lockdown.
The incident took place on Saturday morning when TDP candidate Battu Leela Kanaka Durga (29) came to the polling station at Korukallu to cast her vote.
Police Commissioner Bathini Sreenivasulu attended as a chief guest at the event and lauded Hasini for bringing laurels to the city.
Maachana Raghunandhan, who has been carrying out an anti-tobacco campaign for the last two decades, gifts a handkerchief to anyone he finds smoking.
Despite various measures being taken by both the Central and State governments, at least seven districts in Telangana are still dealing with the menace of Left Wing Extremism (LWE).
The boy’s call to the Forest Department, on its toll-free number (1800 425 5364), led to the man being penalised Rs 62,075 as he had not applied for getting permission to cut the tree.