Nakamura said AMNS India is proud to have partnered with the State government in its maiden venture into professional Kho Kho.
It was a pleasant Sunday morning in Delhi with the minimum temperature settling at 27.5 degrees Celsius, it said. The relative humidity oscillated between 89 per cent and 66 per cent.
Prime Ministers may come and go, home ministers may say this and that, but the essence of India will go on, unaffected by the manipulations of power-seekers.
Nanak Singh, widely regarded as the father of the Punjabi novel, needs no introduction to those familiar with Punjabi literature.
Have to end loudspeaker issue permanently, need wider support, Raj Thackeray tells MNS workers in letter
In a letter uploaded on his Twitter handle, Raj Thackeray said loudspeakers had become a national issue after the MNS took it up.
Thackeray had been in the news after he recently gave an ultimatum to remove loudspeakers from mosques.
The chief minister made the remarks after a meeting with Aditya Mittal, CEO of parent company ArcelorMittal and Chairman of AMNS India at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
MNS leader tweets picture of Sharad Pawar with BJP MP, suggests alliance between them against Raj Thackeray
Thackeray on Sunday said he had deferred his visit to Ayodhya in UP as there was ploy to 'trap' his party workers into legal issues.
As per instructions issued by Swargate police station, Thackeray's speech must not insult any community or result in ill-will among people.
Thackeray said the reason behind the decision would be explained during his rally in Pune on Sunday.
Later, he said there would be repercussions across the state if the MNS chief was harmed. Mumbai Police, meanwhile, registered a case in connection with the anonymous letter.
Raj Thackeray had earlier given the May 4 ultimatum to the state government to remove loudspeakers atop mosques.
A woman constable fell down and was injured in a melee outside MNS chief Raj Thackeray's house in central Mumbai earlier in the day as several party workers were detained by police.
Raj Thackeray firm on 'remove loudspeakers from mosques' stand; Shiv Sena says no violation of rules in Maharashtra
The Shiv Sena, which heads the Maha Vikas Aghadi government, said all mosques in the state have taken permission for use of loudspeakers.
Heavy police security was deployed in Mumbai in the wake of Thackeray's call for "silencing" loudspeakers atop mosques.
MNS president Raj Thackeray had on Tuesday urged people to play the Hanuman Chalisa on loudspeakers on Wednesday wherever they hear loudspeakers "blaring azaan".
A court in Maharashtra’s Sangli has issued non-bailable warrant against Raj Thackeray in connection with a 14-year-old case.
Raj Thackeray's residence falls under Shivaji Park police station limits and accordingly the notice was served to him by local police officials.
In an open letter, Raj Thackeray asked people to lodge complaint with the police by dialling 100 if they are disturbed by the sound of 'azaan'.
"MNS workers will hit the streets. Every Hindu will also do the same and show the government its place," Jadhav added.