Daily Archives: 17th January 2020
The Congress-ruled government moved the resolution in the Assembly that got the support of the main opposition AAP.
A bench headed by Justice S.A. Bobde and comprising Justices B.R. Gavai and Surya Kant observed there was no objection on the withdrawal of the deposit from the Enforcement Directorate, as he had already returned.
While Rohit took 137 innings to reach the milestone, Amla, who now stands at the second spot, had achieved the feat in 147 innings. Tendulkar had completed 7,000 ODI runs in 160 inniings.
Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal was to flag off the train along with Rupani but could not make it to the ceremony due to certain official engagements in Delhi, railway officials said.
Chief Justice S.A. Bobde observed that Gandhi is the 'Father of the Nation', and the people hold him in high esteem, which is far beyond any formal recognition.
The couple, Mohit Mishra and Sonam Pathak, who are tying knot on February 3, have added a Hindi line in bold letters on their wedding card saying, 'We support CAA and NRC'.
The restaurant called ‘The Orange Cafe' is being opened in the Durga Kund area and is the brainchild of Ajay Kumar Patel, who started the ‘Red Brigade' in 2011 which is an NGO that trains women in self-defence.
It was moved by Local Bodies and Parliamentary affairs minister Brahm Mohindra on the last day of the two-day special session.
Surendran while speaking to the media here on Friday dismissed the controversy as a needless one.
The new expected jobs is on top of the 700,000 jobs Amazon has already created in the country since 2013, the company said in a statement.
According to the Civil Aviation Authority, private tourist helicopters can now land at the Defence Ministry grounds on Galle Face in Colombo, reports Xinhua news agency.
"My role is to see that the state works according to the rules, I'm not claiming supremacy," said Khan while addressing an impromptu press conference in New Delhi.
"They stealthily and cowardly assassinated Gen. Soleimani in a terrorist fashion. This resulted in a disgrace for America," Khamenei said as he led the prayers in Tehran's Imam Khomeini Grand Mosque, where huge crowds of worshipers had already gathered from early Friday morning.
President's decision came a day after the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Thursday night sent Mukesh's mercy petition to him recommending its rejection, hours after the plea was received from Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal's office for review.
Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Kaisarul Islam passed the order against the newspaper Prothom Alo's editor Matiur Rahman, associate editor Anisul Hoque and eight others on Thursday, bdnews24 said in a report.
England had played their first away Test match -- which was also the first officially recognised Test match -- under James Lillywhite's captaincy against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) between March 15 and 19, 1877. Australia had won that match by 45 runs.
Rahul Gandhi raised objections to the NIA chief and alleged that "the case is as good as dead."
Mirza, back from a two-year absence from the tour after having her baby, paired with Ukraine's Nadiia Kichenok to win their semi-final clash over Marie Bouzkova of the Czech Republic and Slovenia's Tamara Zidansek, 7-6(3), 6-2, and move into the summit clash.
He was residing with his journalist daughter Nanki Hans in Punjab's Mohali town, 10 km from here.
The Ministry sent the mercy petition to the President on Thursday night, hours after it was received from Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal's office for review.
The vaccine, once ready for use, will act against the Group B streptococcus bacteria to make a positive impact for women and children living in low middle-income countries.
Pelosi, during her weekly press briefing here on Thursday, said that Facebook has been very abusive of the great opportunity that technology has given them.
Sunita Viswanathan was prevented from entering into Ayodhya on Wednesday.
The state-run National News Agency reported that Lebanon's Interior minister Raya al-Hassan approached the journalists on Thursday, assuring them that any aggression against the media was rejected and condemned, reports Efe news.
The protesters, including Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Punjab unit chief Mann and party legislators, were demanding roll back of the hike.
The district administration has ordered a temporary closure of all meat shops in the area for the period, as part of the security arrangements for the 11th Defence Expo slated to take place from February 5-8.
In the sixth round of nation-wide protests, 187,000 demonstrators on Thursday flooded the streets once again, including 23,000 in Paris, Xinhua news agency quoted the Interior Ministry as saying.
The trial is set to begin next week on Tuesday with Roberts presiding.
Khan agrees that the story of Malala is known to all but he is sure that few people know about her life before she was shot by the Taliban in 2012.
The measure passed the Senate on Thursday in an 89-10 vote, following approval from the US House of Representatives last month, with a 385-41 vote.