A powerful earthquake of magnitude 7.1 struck central Mexico on Tuesday, toppling buildings in the heavily populated capital. Thousands ran into the streets in panic, and millions lost electricity when the quake struck.
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Calling the successful operation a shattering of the glass ceiling, Lt Gen Hooda said the Army can do another successful surgical strike.
The committee, however, have allowed the two NSUI candidates — Minakshi Meena and Avinash Yadav — to see EVM-wise data
Many parts of Mumbai had heavy downpour starting at about 2 pm and continuing till late evening, causing waterlogging and traffic disruption across the city.
“We are working with IBM so that CCTV inputs could be analysed and with the help of artificial intelligence road accidents could be reduced,” said HIDCO CMD Debasis Sen at a function.
No indication about probable candidates from the two constituencies leaves Mahesh Landge’s camp disappointed
Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh is turning out to be “most disciplined and well behaved prisoner” who quietly follows all the directions given to him, eats his jail meals without a fuss, and carries out his task of gardening in a small patch outside his cell, the DGP said.
At all 182 pink booths — which will be among 48,000 polling stations across the state — all those in charge of conducting elections like presiding officer, three polling officers, micro observers and security personnel will be women.
The US Geological Survey said the quake had a magnitude of 7.1 and was centered near the Puebla state town of Raboso, about 76 miles (123 kilometers) southeast of Mexico City.
The Indian Jam Project used the soundtrack from James Cameron’s 1997 film to honour the musicians. Headed by Tushar Lall, the band released a music video titled Titanic Music Tribute with a medley of the film’s songs — My Heart Will Go On by Celine Dion and Toss the Feathers by The Corrs.
The JAC alleged right-wing student groups launched a campaign to malign organisers, guests and event by calling it “anti-national” and likening it to the event at JNU, which received national attention after azaadi slogans were allegedly raised there.