The hoteliers and transporters offered a special discount of 10 to 20 per cent only to the teachers, across the valley, on September 5.
"The only way to trace the truth in the Rs 54.38 crore scam in which hard earned money of 25,716 depositors of the bank has been siphoned off is (to have) an SIT probe monitored by the Supreme Court," said Congress.
Sudden decision on Guru was purely political, says former Delhi High Chief Justice.
One needs to be a good listener in order to become a good orator: PM Modi on Teachers Day
Salian was approached to associate with the case by lawyers contacted by the NGO Jamiat-Ulama-E Maharashtra which has been asked by the victims to represent them as “interveners”.
The blasts had occurred on the intervening night of February 18-19, 2007, near Dewana railway station in Panipat district of Haryana, killing 68 people, mostly Pakistanis.
The trio - identified as Muka Kunjami (35), Mukunda Sodi (30) and Budra Kunjami (32) - were involved in several offences including murder, blasting of government buildings and ambush, the SP said.
An indication to this effect was given by Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy after a meeting with Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar.
The advocate had filed the PIL, challenging the NDMC’s decision to change the name of Aurangzeb Road and rename it after India’s former president.
Speaking earlier at a press conference at Jantar Mantar, the veterans attacked the government saying that the agitation had shattered the steel frame that the IAS lobby created within the government for years.
No entry found in 2012, 2013 daily diaries; police yet to check Khar police records.
The posters warned of serious action against those who spread "drugs" among the youth and "immorality" in society.
Although the contents of the Naga Accord are not yet known, there is hearsay that Naga areas of Manipur are likely to be given an Autonomous District Council.
The chief of a local fringe right wing outfit was detained here today by the Central Crime Branch (CCB) in connection with the murder of progressive Kannada scholar and researcher Prof M M Kalburgi at Dharwad on August 30, police said.
Upon learning about the girl’s pregnancy, the FIR further alleged, the accused organised a panchayat that ordered for the abortion and also “ex-communicated” the victim’s family.
On Sunday, Kushwaha had said that Katiyar had not sought party’s permission to host Hardik Patel in Delhi.
Police found a suicide note written in Kannada by the husband Manjunath, 30, who claimed in the note that he and his wife Meena Rani were undergoing several financial crisis and thus decided to end their lives.
In an email addressed to “extended family”, Ramdas indicated that her move might be linked to the government’s probe against the foundation for its grants to Sabrang Trust run by activist Teesta Setalvad.
Ministry of Urban Development writes to the Defence Ministry to work out a solution.
On Thursday, the Jammu District Magistrate slapped the PSA against Alam after which he was shifted to Jammu’s Kotbalwal Jail.
Anandiben Patel, who is already a Z plus protectee, remained under heavy security cover throughout the event for inauguration of infrastructure projects worth Rs 21 crore in the area.
The RSS leadership was also learnt to have conveyed to the government its apprehension over the failure of the J&K government in checking the growing influence of separatists in the Valley.
Although a meeting was held between BJP chief Amit Shah and the allies on August 31, no decision on seat sharing was taken.
“All the schools are requested to make arrangements on the 4th of September, 2015 so that children may get an opportunity to learn from the Hon’ble Prime Minister’s interaction,” stated the CBSE circular.
The advance teams from German security and protocol departments are scheduled to visit India next week to finalise the preparations for the German Chancellor’s visit.
The judgment will benefit more than 11,000 Group A officers of BSF, CISF, CRPF, ITBP and SSB.
Complaint filed after PAAS held meeting at Umiya Campus.
India and Australia have a working group on counter-terrorism. It met in Delhi last week to formalise strategies and cooperation to counter increasing radicalisation of youth by jihadi groups.
The CCIT, proposed by India in 1996, aims at banning terrorists and making it binding on countries to deny funds and havens to them.
The Church spokesperson claimed that often many Christian girls and boys had more than one name — one name in the register of baptism, and another by which the child is usually known.
"SP felt humiliated as 'big' parties of the (Grand) Alliance did not consult it while declaring candidates in Bihar," party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav's brother Ramgopal Yadav said.
All three accused have been brought to Hyderabad for further investigation.
BJP leader Rajiv Pratap Rudy said Samajwadi Party's storming out of the anti-BJP 'grand alliance' has made it clear that no party wants to stand with a losing coalition.
Smart City Plans will be evaluated in the second stage of City Challenge competition based on such consultations and their economic and environmental impacts, Naidu said.
The Finance Ministry also detailed treatment of income of non-residents after moving back to the country and as well as applicability of Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) provisions.
Diagnosed with cancer in 2007, Yanga fought bravely against her ailment for several years until she breathed her last in Guwahati on Thursday.
The state government had earlier purchased for Rs 1 crore an area big enough to host 100 homes to resettle victims of catastrophic landslides and landslips in.
Cricketer-turned-politician Mohammad Kaif told The Indian Express that he has received an invitation to meet the PM.
On Cong table: extend Sonia tenure as party chief, allow dual membership
As many as eight family members of Shinde are no longer eligible for security cover — wife Ujwala, daughters Praniti and Smruti, son-in-law Raj Shroff, two granddaughters and two grandsons.
Both Maharashtra police and Karnataka CID team are trying to ascertain if there is any link between Kalburgi's murder and the killings of Dabholkar and Pansare.
Over 100 guests stopped, bride made to step out of doli thrice; Army says ‘routine check’
The circular issued to all government, government-aided, middle and high schools has asked teachers to show students video clips educating them on the issue.
Named Okhla road after Aurangzeb to oppose attempts to rewrite history: former Congress MLA.
Normal life was affected in various parts of the country, including West Bengal, Tripura, Kerala and Karnataka, as 10 central trade unions today went on a day-long nationwide strike to protest against changes in labour laws and privatisation of PSUs.
Dalit sisters had approached Supreme Court seeking protection after an alleged khap diktat that they should be raped as punishment for their brother’s supposed elopement.
But the challenge in education lies in enabling teachers to innovate and individualise pedagogy.
The fortunes of politicians have long been entwined with this vegetable.
‘If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it’: Goebbels.
The state was created to preserve the sanctity of life and property. Both attributes are exposed to elements the state can no longer control in Pakistan.
Any Indian railway station is heartland of the middle class.
Law Commission provides a frail reason for carving out the terror exception vis-a-vis the death penalty.
India needs to revisit its position, nuance it, for a meaningful outcome.
Thirty years after its creation, the Bajrang Dal continues to challenge an already precarious rule of law
Uphaar verdict reinforces a dispiriting message: scales of justice tilt towards well-heeled
As they sit on daily judgement, they reveal their insecurity about their own paths to power — and a distrust of the outsider.
A schooling initiative in Bhubaneswar doesn’t leave it to government, seeks to be the change agent.
How did Indrani plan it? What was on her mind? That and more, after a break.
Once again, the debate on census population data on religion misses the point.
Differentiating between terror and other cases for death penalty is unsustainable.
That’s the real challenge, in Palmyra and elsewhere, in the face of the IS’s ideology of fear and destruction.
The renaming of road is part of a wider pattern of strategic messaging by NDA.
Use of ‘development’ as a catch-all represents a shrinking of the imagination.
Why payments banks must not fizzle out like other attempts at financial inclusion.
On census, Christians and conversions, Surjit Bhalla has tortured his data to make it say what he wants to hear.
In being unafraid of bringing religion into foreign policy, Modi treads new ground in India. But there are dangers.
The state needs a stimulus. Only the Centre can provide it.
India and Pakistan are seriously in need of couples conselling.
We stand to gain much from developing an understanding of ancient India, its deep and diverse ideas.
The Centre needs to wake up. Otherwise India may return to the shortages of the mid-1960s.
In August, the rupee has depreciated by about 3.3 per cent against the US dollar. Such volatility and decline in asset prices are stressful.
The new leader from Gujarat is an unpleasant young man with dodgy political ideas and dodgy political heroes.
Last week when TV channels announced that Sarma was holding talks with BJP president Amit Shah, Rahul sprang belatedly into action.
Indians hate to walk. At sprawling foreign airports, they often don’t need to.
From now on China will be like any other economy.
Despite having the highest level of female education and the lowest fertility rate, why is the Christian population growth rate the same as that of the average Indian?
Things can change between India and Pakistan if one side simply refuses to play the well-worn game
The man of the match in Sri Lanka: Mahinda Deshapriya, elections commissioner
Brazil’s president has upset both sides of the spectrum. The stalemate seems set to continue.
Patel demand for reservation is an eruption against growth that has not been inclusive or accommodative.
Special package will not have an enabling effect on Bihar’s economy.
A full-fledged GST will take time in the present political environment.
Is forcing government servants to send their kids to government schools absurdity or common sense?
They need protection. They are not wastelands, or receptacles of garbage.
India isn't insulated from the global turmoil.
Sangakkara reintroduced the indomitable spirit of Sri Lankan cricket to the world.
Gujarat, the first state to fight caste-based reservations, may also be the first to re-invent the system.