A rescue operation has been launched but the location of the girl, who fell while playing near a gunny bag covered borewell, could not be traced despite cameras and hooks being dropped into the borewell.
A Delhi resident alleged that DMRC was using groundwater instead of wastewater to wash its trains, causing water table depletion. MoEF replied that CGWA has the mandate to regulate ground water extraction.
At election time, tickets are allotted to the person who pays the highest amount, said R K Chaudhary while announcing his resignation from the party at a press conference.
India will not forget or turn away from Afghanistan: PM Modi at Salma Dam's inauguration
The former Chief Minister said the first memorandum was on the "sabotage" of a bill to amend the Jammu and Kashmir Alienation of Land Act and the Transfer of Property Act.
Bangladesh and India share 4,096-kilometer long international border, the fifth-longest land border in the world.
The move comes in the wake of recent claiming that e-cigarettes can cause cancer and heart ailments
The study, which is a part of Smart City Development Mission, was released in Panaji on Thursday by Corporation of City of Panaji (CCP).
Union Social Justice Minister Thawar Chand Gehlot has already released 52.3 crore and has promised to release the remaining amount "soon"
Mohan Bhagwat planted a sapling near the RSS headquarters at Mahal in Eastern Mumbai
India abstained from voting in UN Human Rights Council to appoint independent investigator for protecting LGBT rights worldwide
Defence Expert P.K. Sehgal's remarks came after Islamabad demanded ‘additional evidences’ to draw early conclusion of 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks
The annual Amarnath Yatra to the cave shrine will start from July 2
The Congress party had earlier criticized the judicial commission-led by Justice SN Dhingra for the delay in probing land licences issued to companies, including that of Robert Vadra’s.
The integrated shoreline management plan by the Odisha government would include actions ranging from shoreline erosion to natural disaster management.
Shahabuddin had been brought to AIIMS after he complained of back pain.
On Thursday, two suicide explosions carried out by the Taliban killed over 37 people in Kabul.
India believes that more research is required on how existing arrangements are being utilised by the indigenous peoples.
"To rise up to the party president's post in Congress, one needs to be born into the Gandhi family," Shah said, adding that the scenario is similar in SP and BSP too.
The no confidence motion would be taken up against Mohapatra and the Bar Council of India representative Devi Prasanna Dhal at the meeting to be convened soon, Mishra said.
The Opposition Leader's comments come a day after DMK chief M Karunanidhi launched a scathing attack on the police department for 'failing' to protect the common man.
Pravin Pawar, said that they were probing Kamat's role in the scam and subsequently he was questioned. However he refused to give details.
"All selfish leaders were quitting the party before elections, levelling baseless allegations against Mayawati, " BSP chief said after Chaudhary quit the party accusing Mayawati of "auctioning" tickets.
Champawat had on Wednesday alleged that the government through the recruitment of talatis, collected funds for BJP from selected candidates.
Punjab's Deputy Chief Minister, Sukhbir Badal, said that Congress and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) have been trying to defame entire youth of Punjab in the name of the drugs.
The three accused - Indrani, Peter Mukherjea and petitioner Sanjeev Khanna - will now get a copy of the statement on the direction of Justice Sadhana Jadhav.
He said that the bill fails to define ‘trafficking’, does not address issues faced by millions of children pushed into sex work and ignores Amendments suggested in 2006 to the Immoral Trafficking Prevention Act, 1956.
"There will be no serious affect on Indian economy because one man, however powerful, however influential, however great, cannot have an impact on an economy as big and complex as India," said the CII President.
Bihar's Additional District and Sessions judge convicted and sentenced Shravan Mahto to 10 years of rigorous imprisonment with a fine of Rs 5,000 for killing his wife for dowry.
The court was hearing an appeal against its single judge's interim order passed on June 20 on some teachers plea seeking stay on NCMEI order granting minority status to Delhi University's Khalsa College.
"Neither the leave application sanctioned by competent Authority was found available at the time of inspection nor the whereabouts of these officials were known," the DDC said.
Directors general of CRPF and BSF are also arriving in Srinagar on Thursday ahead of the Home Minister's visit
As soon as the proceeding of the assembly started, the Opposition legislators stood up from their seats and demanded the government’s response on the killing of youth in Bemina.
"Steps that initiate closer regional economic ties can also create jobs, lower inflation and increase energy supply," Mark Toner said.
The total length of the proposed road section is 145.31 km, which passes through three districts -- Kanpur (23.7 km), Fatehpur (90.33 km) and Kaushambi (32.2 km) in UP.
The 23rd day of Ramzaan which also marks the last Friday of the holy month, will be observed under tight and fool-proof security
The suggestions will be implemented from January 1, 2016.
This has been brought about mainly by declining price realisations in basmati paddy and Bt cotton, the two crops profitable enough to make it worthwhile for farmers to expand acreages.
The details about the shopkeeper and victim's identity and the reason behind incident are still awaited.
Police suspect the crime could be the fallout of a failed relationship or sudden provocation.
Section 377 in Indian Penal Code (IPC) criminalises any 'unnatural' sexual contact by a person including acts of homosexuality.
At the hearing, according to officials, the students revealed a teacher used to stand right below the CCTV camera of the examination hall and tutored them answers.