The government, in its affidavit, said that 80 per cent Marathas were socially and economically backward.
The Chief Minister also said sale of milk during the period increased by 11 per cent
An elephant died and another was injured by a goods train when they were crossing a rail line at Darangiri
No loss of life or damage to property was reported following the quake
Speaker Biman Banerjee admitted the motion in the first session.
Parrikar will address a 'Vijay Sankalp' rally in Parra on his birthday.
Chandermukhi Sharma, principal Gurbachan Singh write to Sonia demanding inquiry; to meet her today.
A division bench comprising Justices A K Mittal and Ramendra Jain came down heavily on the Chandigarh Estate Office on Tuesday.
The event began with a power point presentation on the 49-year journey of the Manav Mangal Group of Schools.
High Court directed the Punjab education department to upload the waiting lists of the candidates on its official website at the earliest.
Chandigarh Lalit Kala Akademi has curated ‘A Group Show of Chandigarh Artists’ for Delhi’s art lovers.
The exhibition was inaugurated by celebrated artist and photographer Diwan Manna, who spoke on, ‘Transitioning from being a hobbyist to being a pro-photographer’
The money belongs to the people whom the accused duped by exchanging the fake currency notes with the old currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000.
The riot victims were on a dharna till filing the report on Tuesday. They sought meeting with CM Badal on Wednesday.
The court held all six guilty of causing loss to the tune of Rs 6.12 crore to the Oriental Bank of Commerce.
During the visit, the secretary also found some anomalies and directed the authorities to strengthen the security inside the premises.
The court clarified that the expression 're-employment' used in August 22 order does not mean that appellants have acknowledged their retirement and then re-employed
Majority of bank branches and ATMs without money; bank officials claim the situation getting better
Nidhi Bansal, CJM-cum-Secretary, DLSA, Panchkula, apprised the participants about the notification of the Haryana government dated May 26, 2015
Ashok Kumar owner of a food joint in Chandigarh donated his kidneys and cornea after he was declared brain-dead at PGIMER in Chandigarh