As many as 604 police officers receive awards for their ‘extraordinary’ contribution to safety and security
The Tibetan poet, who was detained ahead of President Xi Jinping’s visit, says police told him they had orders from Delhi.
From poor financial health to unregulated vendors, local body faces several challenges in maintaining the town
Traumatizing experience inside the Puzhal Central Prison for ten days, say Tibetans
A total of 188 including 58 cattle, 90 dogs and 40 monkeys were captured along the ECR and OMR between October 7 and 10.
On Saturday, the villagers at Sirumugai in Coimbatore stayed glued to their television sets to watch the live telecast to see the Chinese President unfurl the shawl.
India had previously taken exception to references concerning Kashmir following talks between Xi and Pakistan PM Imran Khan ahead of the President Xi's visit to India.
Xi walked past the priests waiting for the rituals at the airport. This created a rumour that he refused to accept the honour.
The film being shot was on a common man who fought a tyrant. "What happens to the common man," asked Zhou. He laughed heartily when screenwriter Ramanand Sagar replied, "He marries a Princess."
"Landed in Chennai. I am happy to be in the great land of Tamil Nadu, known for its wonderful culture and hospitality," he had said in tweets in English, Tamil and Mandarin.
Modi-Xi informal summit: Dinner diplomacy extends beyond schedule after cultural performances at Mahabalipuram
As per the schedule, the Chinese President was to depart by 8.05 pm. However, the dinner lasted till 9.35 pm and both the leaders departed to their hotels shortly after.
The move is being seen as an attempt to promote the Chinese brand on the international stage, in line with Xi’s own 2012 directive to Communist Party cadres that they eschew foreign wheels.
Experts believe that the discussion between the two leaders could focus on issues pertaining to border security and trade.
Government sources said that there was no question of any discussion on the Kashmir issue as it is India's sovereign matter.
For many journalists here, it was for the first time that they boarded the police vans, resulting in jocular comments like `travelling in a police convoy'.