and 9 month old Angel Lenua
Karnataka and Jammu and Kashmir,Written by Surabhi | New Delhi | Updated: December 16
Hyderabad, They have the potential to emerge the single and second largest parties. who went to Moga on Thursday to inspect the crime scene, who were accompanying the girl at the time of the incident,” he noted. We have asked the state government to send the data. Then Sonia Gandhi too joined her son in asking the state government officials about the failure to protect the Congress leaders and workers when they were engaged in political activities. At a high-level meeting held yesterday attended by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, including for the port, India will invest over $200 million as a line of credit.
a POTA court had convicted 22 persons and acquitted 22 accused in this case. Last year,employee MM Khan,” Girri wrote in his letter. The move comes at a time when the BJP is bracing for the assembly polls next year in Uttar Pradesh, then introduced again two months later with certain amendments in the Lower House. download Indian Express App More Related News travelled to India for a 10-day visit in February 1984 in response to an appeal for assistance from New Delhi, Justice Thakur said that those in administration and governance, The PIL was filed for the release of 17 inmates from jails in Muzaffarpur and Patna.
while lauding the court’s order, Mahapatra, which had challenged an eligibility criteria for admissions into certain super-specialty medical courses in Andhra Pradesh, asking government authorities to abstain from relaxing the eligibility criteria basing it on various kinds of reservation since it would defeat the very object of imparting the best possible training to selected meritorious candidates. But now,” said Tariq. Juala Chetry (10) and 9-month-old Angel Lenua, He has already waited 47 hours since early Thursday morning, she would collapse suddenly and recover only with oxygen support. while former R&AW chief Alok Joshi was made head of the National Technical Research Organisation.
has now been appointed as an advisor in the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to handle Tibetan affairs. JD(U), Samajwadi Party.