Himachal Pradesh HC last month had imposed a ban on animal sacrifices at temples, religious fairs and festivals.
For more than two hours, the Dharam Sansad deliberated on the High Court banning the animal sacrifice.
About half a dozen persons who jumped out of the bus were injured and rushed to a hospital at Bilaspur.
Sohail Khan will be competing in this year's Raid De Himalaya rally, the highest rally raid of the world in its 16th year.
The move is a complete U-turn by the government on its earlier decision to involve locals users of water and other right holders in sanctioning new hydro-power schemes.
As per the 1960 Indus Water Treaty both the countries can visit the sites of works of development, said Singh.
The land has been under the scanner for alleged violations for non-utilisation for its desired purpose.
The Indian Express reviewed I-T documents and the statement of seller of the 1.8 acre farmhouse in Delhi.
Local villagers were first to begin the rescue operation while relatives of those involved in the accident also reached the spot.
The BJP and Aam Aadmi Party had accused Singh of money laundering through LIC policies.
The 80-year-old Congress leader will fly to New Delhi Friday to meet Congress chief Sonia Gandhi.
The CM can use his touchscreen to scroll through the replies of questions and get reports.
Their parents had come to Mandi but returned home after 20 days.
Officials of the State Load Dispatch Center were given a clean chit by a probe ordered by the Himachal govt.
The order was passed by the court over a PIL initiated on basis of newspaper reports in a suo moto action.
Dogra admitted the inquiry report indicted HPSEB Ltd and Larji project for the failures. However, he assured that the government would examine all shortcomings and come out with an action plan.
The court directed the government to file a status report by June 24.
Asks state govt to be ready to give heavy relief
8 bodies recovered, 17 still missing
The technology will be used to trace bodies apparently buried and entrapped in sand mud and rock boulders.
Search op involving 500 rescuers moves downstream
For two hours, the parents watched naval, NDRF and ITBP divers make several attempts to find the bodies.
The unsuccessful search shattered hopes of the parents and relatives of the missing students who have been camping near the site in Mandi for the past six days.
Body of none of the victims could be found on Saturday in a stretch of three km, which was dried up by closing gates of the Larji project.
UAV, echosounders fail to trace any missing student
More than 600 jawans, most of them already at the spot, will undertake a manual and physical combing of the river.
Seven Navy divers were flown to Mandi on Thursday from Goa, Kolkata and Patna to assist NDRF’s 39 divers.
Six bodies have been recovered so far, while the search is on for the remaining 19 missing including tour operator.
DC says will verify the video clip of the mishap shot by a local.
Despite some locals trying to alert the victims, the students could not save themselves.
19 students yet to be traced as river silt thwarts searchers; govt orders stricter safety norms.
Alleging that the search operation is slow, parents of the victims also expressed anger against college authorities.
Power generation was cut although reservoir was full; gates opened to reduce water level.
Himachal Pradesh CM Virbhadra Singh has reached the spot and ordered a high level inquiry by Mandi Divisional Commissioner Omkar Sharma.
Enraged people blocked the national highway after the incident.
On February 20, Chitra was found dead on a deserted road near Shimla. Two months later, her husband killed himself. As demands for an independent probe gather pace, the mystery remains unsolved.