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Police use batons, tear gas on BJP protestors in Kolkata

KOLKATA:Police made a baton charge, lobbed tear gas shells and used water canons to disperse hundreds of belligerent BJP youth wing leaders who tried to march to the Kolkata Municipal Corporation headquarters on Wednesday protesting against a host of issues including the civic body's failure to control the Dengue menace in the city.

Instances Where You Ought to Buy Inland Marine Insurance

In India, the logistics business has hugely expanded due to the significant growths in the Indian Economy. There are various types of logistics businesses available but these days, the transportation through roadways is on the rise in comparison to transportation through marine routes.

Air pollution: SC calls chief secys of 3 states, says people can't be left to die

NEW DELHI:At a marathon hearing on air pollution, the Supreme Court on Monday passed a slew of directions, as it expressed its displeasure at the failure of the Centre and state machinery, to be followed by the chief secretaries to the lowest officer in the administration, to comply with its directions.

Badals can"t wash hands off sacrilege cases with desperate bid to seize limelight in 550th praksh purb celebration, sats capt Amarinder

CHANDIGARH:Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday declared the Badals would not succeed in washing their tainted hands off the Bargari and other sacrilege cases with their desperate attempts to seize the limelight in the historic 550th Prakash Purb celebrations of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji.

Congress plan protest on Nov 15 to flay Modi govt’s anti-people economic policies

CHANDIAGRH:Congress will organise protest at all district head-quarters across the state on Nov 15 to flay Union Government’s anti-people policies. The party will also oppose the decision to sign Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) treaty as the same was against the interests of indigenous farmers.

Capt amarinder writes emotional letter to modi seeking centre's intervention to evovle consensus on delhi pollution

CHANDIGARH:Expresses anguish & anger at the situation, underlines need to rise above political & regional considerations
Says not trying to brush off punjab"s responsibitly,but situation calls for collective efforts

Evolve consensus to counter pollution in Delhi: Punjab CM to Modi

CHANDIAGRH:Expressing deep anguish and anger at the unprecedented situation triggered by the growing air pollution in Delhi, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Saturday wrote an emotional letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, underlining the need for evolving a consensus on tackling the issue, rising above political affiliations and regional considerations.

Nakul Anand leads the list of top hoteliers in the world

NEW DELHI:This Delhi University Alumni, tops the list of corporate hoteliers of the world. Director on the Board of ITC for almost a decade, Nakul Anand has been named Hotels

Definitely, ISRO chief on Vikram lander's second landing

NEW DELHI:Determined to get Vikram lander on moons south pole, the Indian Space Research Organisation(ISRO) chief, Kailasavadivoo Sivan on Saturday weighed in on the second landing attempt of Vikram lander on Moons south pole, after the first could not find success.

Punjab, Haryana farmers caught in vicious time-cycle web

CHANDIGARH:Farmers in the northern states of Punjab and Haryana that are considered the granaries of India are forced to burn paddy residue in the open owing to lack of technology for its management and no cash incentive to dispose it scientifically, believe agricultural experts.

An obvious political stunt with eye on Delhi polls,says Capt Amarinder on Kejriwal's anti pollution protests

CHANDIGARH: Terming the Aam Aadmi Party’s proposed protest outside the Punjab Bhawan in Delhi as an obvious political stunt with an eye on the upcoming Assembly elections in the national capital, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday lashed out at Arvind Kejriwal over the latter’s brazen lies on the grave issue of air pollution.

Dark Diwali for striking Telangana RTC employees

HYDERABAD:  It was a dark Diwali for over 48,000 employees of Telangana Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) as their indefinite strike entered 23rd day on Sunday.

Ex-DU professor Geelani's post-mortem at AIIMS

NEW DELHI:The post-mortem of former Delhi University professor S.A.R. Geelani, who who was arrested in connection with the Parliament attack case, will be conducted at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on Friday

Capt Amarinder hails bypoll results as rejection of sad"s negative agenda & endorsment of his govt"s development programme

CONGRATULATES WINNING CANDIDATES, THANKS CONGRESS WORKERS FOR PARTY’S CONTINUED RUN OF POLL VICTORIESBATALA:Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday hailed the Congress victory in three of the four Assembly segments where bypolls were held, particularly in Sukhbir Badal’s self-proclaimed stronghold of Jalalabad, as a total rejection of the negative agenda of the Akalis, who continued to indulge in petty politicking in the wild hope of regaining the confidence of the people.The ‘referendum’, as the Akalis had been so keen to dub these byelections, was clearly not in their favour, and the people of Punjab had once again de

Cosmetic & insufficient even to meet increase inputs in costs says Capt Amarinder on wheat MSP hike

CHANDIGARH:Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday rejected as inadequate the paltry Rs. 85 per quintal hike in wheat MSP announced by the Centre, saying it was not enough to even meet the increase in agricultural input costs

Taliban say new intra-Afghan talks to be in China

KABUL:The Taliban said on Wednesday that they would be sending a delegation to China for a new round of intra-Afghan talks next week following the failure of negotiations with the US.

Enough funds for people's welfare: Delhi DDC chief

NEW DELHI:Claiming that the Aam Aadmi Party is running an honest government in the city, Vice Chairperson of Dialogue and Development Commission Jasmine Shah said the Delhi government has enough funds for the welfare of the people.

Gantz optimistic ahead of receiving mandate to form govt

JERUSALEM:Benny Gantz, the leader of Israel's Blue and White Party, on Tuesday said that he was optimistic about his chances of forming a government, shortly before he was to become the first person in more than a decade other than long-standing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be tasked with that challenge.

Over 48 thousand youth to be trained for disaster mitigation: CM

SHIMLA:Effective steps must be taken to build safer and disaster resilient Himachal by developing a holistic, pro-active, multi-disaster, technology driven and community based strategy for disaster management through collective efforts of all government agencies and non-governmental organisations.

Reinterpreter of Mythologies

NEW DELHI:She vividly remembers a childhood spent amidst scents of different small towns; the yawning pace of life, a household that held literature dear. And how at her uncle's house in Kangra, conversations around Pahari paintings and Indian miniature were a part of daily conversation.


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