"The search operation conducted by the National Disaster Response Force, state officials and the police was hampered due to incessant rainfall," Chiram said.
Survey finds majority, minority communities almost fully radicalised, Cong falls into trap
Kohli roared back top form with a 54-ball 73 to help Royal Challengers Bangalore register a thumping eight-wicket win over table-toppers Gujarat Titans and stay alive in the play-off race.
Chasing 169 to win, the former captain looked in his element playing some of his signature wristy shots against both seamers and pacers.
Gujarat Titans made one change, bringing in Lockie Fergusson in place of Alzarri Joseph and Royal Challengers Bangalore too made one change, replacing Mohammed Siraj with Siddarth Kaul.
Kohli has bagged three golden ducks already this season and has managed just 200 runs at an average and strike rate that fail to define a player of his calibre.
Phalsa is indigenous to India and is commercially cultivated in Punjab and parts of North India.
Sena chief Pramod Muthalik said he has told the district chiefs of his outfit to also submit list of such places in their respective districts in the next three to four days.
Some of Tabu's finest work has been in films directed by Bhardwaj, notably "Maqbool" (2003) and "Haider" (2015).
People associated with the 'Jan Suraaj Abhiyan' said that Kishor would move around Vaishali for a week and apprise people of the objective behind his campaign for good governance in the state
The Ranas were arrested by the Mumbai police on April 23 after they announced they will recite the Hanuman Chalisa outside CM Uddhav Thackeray's private residence 'Matoshree'.
The Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya building is certain to be one of Delhi’s most iconic structures with a grand architectural plan that is aesthetically executed.
Braving rains, the protestors under the banner of All PM Package Employees Forum marched on the highway banging utensils and raising slogans demanding justice.
Randhir Sharma of Himachal BJP made the assertion in response to Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia's allegation that the hill state's education system was 'in shambles'.
A farmer leader said they do not want any confrontation with the state government, but they will have to break the barriers and move towards Chandigarh if their issues were not resolved.