Sunday, Apr 19, 2015
Panchkula runs for its youth

Panchkula runs for its youth

Cops hold a 11-km ‘Stop Bias Against Youth’ marathon in Sector 5

On a marathon mission

On a marathon mission

The theme of the run was Stop Bias Against Youth.

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We will make Delhi an ultra-modern and India’s first corruption-free city, Kejriwal promised.

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Sisodia said that the government will soon take "big steps" to improve the quality and provide nutritious food to children.

The alumni also came out to oppose Thampu’s “autocratic” ways.

Gadkari & Fadnavis displayed a picture perfect making water ways a common cause to transform the face of India.

The civic body has set up around 35 hoarding boards at major traffic junctions and main roads of the city.

'I have said the government should do one miraculous work immediately after taking oath and another after six months.'

This will be the first time that the SEC will use a drone for ariel surveillance.

Details ‘facts about the indicted student’ and and how he was ‘sneaked’ on to award list.

He held a meeting with SAAB chairman Marcus Wallenberg on investment in ATC and Airport security systems.

The party is looking into it and would take steps,” he said.

The court was hearing a public interest litigation (PIL) filed by activist I G Khandelwal.

The same dog had bitten about 15 persons, many of them children, on March 25.

Agitation called off after UP government said that it has no plan to demolish their 'unauthorised' houses in Rampur.

The Valmikis are protesting against the state govt’s plans to demolish alleged unauthorised structures where they reside.

Students have also developed an ingenious way to convert CO2 into methane and other useful substances.

Team finds some marble stones discoloured, rampant illegal parking in area

According to officials, this is the highest seizure of swallowed substance in the country in the recent years.

The government, in a statement, has asked all sub-divisional magistrates to carry out regular inspections and surprise checks.

The government has taken initiatives through which residents of four colonies are getting their maps sanctioned, said Kejriwal.

A report from stakeholders in Delhi’s power supply wants five of the city’s power stations either shut down or moved.

AIMTC president said a representation from transporters body had met with Arvind Kejriwal.

Since January 1 this year, 4,266 patients tested positive for the virus in Delhi with 1,500 being reported last month.

From Maharashtra, 450 doctors are facing investigations for flouting PCPNDT Act, including a handful from Mumbai, said a member of the Maharashtra Medical Council (MMC).

Family of the two victims have appealed to police as there were doubts on the circumstances leading to their death

Under the Centre’s Street Vending Act 2014, the BMC has issued a notice allowing 1,934 hawkers to set up pitches in more than 50 footpaths in Bandra alone.

The earlier deadline for completing all the work was April.

The Centre will also enable leading mathematicians from India and abroad to get together, stay on campus and undertake joint research activities.

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Cops hold a 11-km ‘Stop Bias Against Youth’ marathon in Sector 5

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