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KANPUR

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav is more interested in doing "kaam ki baat" (practical work) rather than "mann ki baat", SP candidate and his wife Dimple Yadav said today in an apparent dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's monthly radio address 'Mann Ki Ba

NEW DELHI

BJP Mahila Morcha activists today staged a protest near Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's residence here slamming his government for "non performance" on women's security and empowerment.

NEW DELHI

RSS today congratulated ISRO for its successful launch of 104 satellites into space and said in setting this record it has announced its role as a strong but benign contender at the international level.

NEW DELHI

Fourteen-year-old Rohit Kumar, who has been forced to stay at AIIMS for over a year for want of a portable ventilator and other related accessories after he underwent a spine surgery, can finally go home.

Chennai

The Madras High Court today ordered notice to the state government on a PIL seeking a direction to cancel the licenses issued for sand quarrying in the state and compulsory use M-Sand as an alternative material for construction activities.

Mumbai

NCP will demand voting on money bills during the Budget session of the Maharashtra legislature beginning March 6 to "expose" Shiv Sena, the estranged ally of the ruling BJP in state government.

Puducherry

Members of Puducherry State Mechanised Boat Owners Association staged a demonstration at the Head Post office here today, seeking un-delayed desilting of the estuary off the fishing harbour in Thengaithittu coastal village.

Mainpuri (UP)

Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today made light of the Prime Minister's "inexperience" barb at him, saying he has learnt to cycle fast so that neither BSP's elephant nor BJP's lotus can come anywhere near the SP.

Srinagar

CRPF today said locals were under pressure from militants to help them flee in certain areas in Kashmir which was harming the anti-terror operations.

NEW DELHI

A group of boys at the prestigious St Stephen's College pledging to promote "misogyny" and "philandering" on Valentine's Day has raised eyebrows of authorities who are mulling action.

Imphal

The politics of poll-bound Manipur revolves around the economic blockade issue as all political parties are trying to use it as the key issue in the state Assembly election slated for next month.

Gaya

A big businessman allegedly committed suicide along with his wife and his three-year-old baby girl at his residence in Dhami Tola locality of Bihar's Gaya district, police said today.

Kolkata

For the convenience of examinees who are appearing in examination to be conducted by WBCSSC, South Eastern Railway (SER) will run two pairs of EMU Special between Panskura-Howrah-Panskura and one pair of EMU Special between Kharagpur-Howrah-Kharagpur on February 19 an

Report by: 
M SURESH KUMAR

The abysmal condition of a Children’s Park in one of the posh residential colonies of the city bears testimony to the apathy of the authorities in ensuring proper maintenance of public facilities. Located in the heart of the city at Goal Ghar, the Children’s Park at NABARD Colony here beamed with activities for a few months after its inauguration.

Report by: 
TABASSUM

One injured in road mishap

Port Blair

The Head of Bengali Department, JNR Mahavidyalaya, Dr Jyotirmoy RoyChowdhury delivered a speech on “Bengali society, language and literature in Andamans” as part of a special session titled “Porer Ghare Apon Katha (Own stories at neighbour’s abode”) at the Internation

Port Blair

To promote the pursuit of excellence in the field of engineering, Institution of Engineers (India) (IEI) has instituted “IEI Young Engineers Award”.

Port Blair

The Kudo Martial Arts Association of these islands participated the 2nd World Cup Tournament at Mumbai Andheri Sports Complex recently in which 600 participants from 23 countries participated.

Port Blair

CARIEWA of ICAR-CIARI here organized a day workshop on First Aid Fire-fighting, recently at Institute campus, Garacharma with the support of Fire Department of Andaman & Nicobar Administration. Dr. A.

Port Blair

The District level Karate Tournament & Seminar & Training and Grading Exams concluded at Prem Nagar Chakraborty Martial Art Dojo, Prem Nagar here. Mr. G. Bhaskar, chief patron of AKAANI (All Karate Association A&N Islands)  inaugurated the tournament.

Port Blair

The 55th Annual Athletic Meet of GMS Jarwa Creek , Baratang for the academic year- 2016-17 was held at the school ground on Thursday.

Port Blair

A lecture on Purushartha was delivered on Wednesday by Mr Mahesh Goel, General Manager, SBI, Kolkata in the auditorium of Tagore Govt. College of  Education here.

Port Blair

The Andaman and Nicobar AIDS Control Society (ANACS) organized a state level training on HIV Sentinel Surveillance (HSS) in the auditorium of G.B Pant Hospital for Site Medical Officers, Counsellors, Lab. Technicians, Staff  Nurse and ANMs.

Port Blair

In order to carry out  the work of  breakdown maintenance of 33 KV Potential Transformer at Phoenix Bay Sub Station, power supply will be affected on February 18 at different places.

Port Blair

The South Andaman Police, ensuring stringent action onto the death of a tourist at the diving site at North Bay on February 13 immediately registered a case vide Cr. No.

Kiren Rijiju is not a political lightweight. He is the sole BJP member from Arunachal Pradesh and is the Minister of State for Home who has completely eclipsed the other MoS Home, Hansraj Ahir whose name is seldom mentioned by the media. Often, it is Rijiju who makes important announcements about his ministry.

Author: 
P. Sreekumaran

In politics, timing is as important as perception. If your timing goes awry, you end up paying a heavy penalty in terms of credibility and erosion of ground support. Likewise, it is of utmost importance that you create the right perception among the public at large.  On both counts, the CPM, which heads the Left Democratic Front (LDF) Government in Kerala, suffered a loss of face by its clumsy handling of the Law Academy Law College issue.

Author: 
S. Sethuraman

The Supreme Court reinstating the earlier conviction of Ms. Sasikala and two other co-accused in the Disproportionate Assets Case  of 1996, may have cleared the hurdle for the Tamil Nadu Governor to invite waiting Mr.O S Panneerselvam or a new Sasikala nominee Mr E. Palaniswami to prove majority to form a new AIADMK Government.

Kiren Rijiju is not a political lightweight. He is the sole BJP member from Arunachal Pradesh and is the Minister of State for Home who has completely eclipsed the other MoS Home, Hansraj Ahir whose name is seldom mentioned by the media. Often, it is Rijiju who makes important announcements about his ministry.

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