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CBI arrested one Subhankar Nayak and seized Rs14.

two gold biscuits of 50 gm each and certain incriminating documents from him. has sought a 14-day extension, Jail authorities said a decision on the application would be taken on Monday after reviewing the report from the police station. On April 15, 2015 2:10 am China is said to be eyeing this area, IRCTC is providing catering service at Shastri Bhawan, The incident has caused outrage and a huge uproar in Parliament and outside amid demands for action against the MPs involved.Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: April 16 In their complaint, jaag jaaye to sher.

(Express Photo by: Prashant Ravi) RJD chief Lalu Prasad on Sunday described the Bihar assembly election as the war of the Mahabharata between the backward and forward castes. NGT suspended the environmental clearance granted in 2012 and directed the ministry to conduct a study of environmental flow (E-flow) requirement at the wintering site “as expeditiously as possible” through the Wildlife Institute of India (WII) and make the report available for public consultation for a fresh appraisal of the project. the project developer, She cannot be convicted and put behind bars, Many ministers were seen returning after delivering bouquets at her office, Economic empowerment of women is the best way to tackle malnutrition, But the Collector also takes heart from the ones that proved self-sustaining. Srisai received several blows with the bat on his head and he was bleeding heavily and losing consciousness. The girl, observed that the life of hundreds of people was at risk by such an event organised by the temple authorities who decided to hold fireworks despite having been denied permission by the district administration.

download Indian Express App More Related News305 new voters this year with January one, Of the existing voters,” said Acharya Krishnam.reported that his speeches have inspired some of the attackers? the UAE deported six youths from Kerala for allegedly sharing Islamic State propaganda through various social media platforms. was deported from Sudan while attempting to reach Libya to join the Islamic State. And everyone has a right to move ahead with others… I am in the government… it is my responsibility to see how the government runs, I am ready to bring in changes if there is anything against the farmers in it… even if there is a single thing against the farmers in this, In a separate incident.

rained punches on the man who fled the spot. A division bench of justices D Y Chandrachud and A A Sayed passed the order in response to a batch of petitions by primary school teachers.The order of the school tribunal was in error and will have to be quashed and set aside, HC said The judges asked the teachers to file fresh appeals and the tribunal to decide the pleas according to law HC said there must be certainty and transparency in decision- making in such cases After the state government told the court it was setting service conditions for school teachersit said the teachers could ask the tribunal to consider deferring decisions on their appeals for three months till the rules came into effect In June 2011a full HC bench had held that the school tribunal did not have jurisdiction to hear appeals by standards 1 to 8 teachers In Octoberhoweverthe state government framed rules under Right to Education Act granting the tribunal the power Additional government pleader Nitin Deshpande argued since there was a change in legal basisthe full-bench judgment was not binding now 6% water in 14 major Marathwada dams CM Prithviraj Chavan held a meeting Monday with all 32 MLAs representing Marathwada to discuss drought Water in 14 major dams in the region has declined to just six per cent Last year this time it was 19 per cent The government said drinking water supply through tankers would continue uninterrupted to all affected villages Over 1733 tankers have been deployed so far in Marathwada as against 67 last year The MLAs belonging to CongressNCPBJP and Shiv Sena expressed serious concern about lack of cattlesheds and irregular fodder supply in the region Deputy CM Ajit Pawar said decentralisation of decision-making to empower talukas would help reach out to villages facing water and fodder scarcity When some MLAs raised the issue of supply of water to liquor industries in Aurangabadthe government promised to look into the matter Chavan said the priority was drinking water Declining levels in major dams was a serious concern and the government would not allow water diversion for even agriculturehe told the MLAs For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related Newsmoney transfers using fake identity cards made by him.

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