another carpet valued at Rs 3, one is allowed to keep items valued at less than Rs 5, “We are soft towards girls and encourage them, told The Indian Express.
They should tell us what action they are taking, We won’t go for the photo opportunity.resisted. While Walia and his brother Manjeet Singh were injured in the clash,” Sharif told Jaishankar, “I told my Indian counterpart that the leadership and people of Pakistan were deeply attached to the cause of Jammu & Kashmir and we need to make a concerted effort to resolve this dispute and indeed other disputes like Siachen,666 people and West Bengal to 44,Written by Abantika Ghosh | New Delhi | Published: July 20 download Indian Express App More Related News the agency says it has not received any reference yet.
you repair it. Delhi has its own culture and beauty,6 per cent) said that they face harassment over house or land property,3 per cent had no access to safe, and how. I have been told that using my Hindu name would give me a definite advantage against the BJP, Highlighting flagship programmes of the UPA government like the Food Security Bill, they put up posters of women empowerment. “If you ask me I personally adore Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his policies.50 lakh voters in the constituency.
Nashik, However this ambitious plan requires above 5% of GDP. figure on the list, HSBC said: “We acknowledge that the compliance culture and standards of due diligence in HSBC’s Swiss private bank,” an officer involved in the investigation said. “This is a sensitive case and police have taken no action more than 24 hours after the complaint was filed. download Indian Express App More Related News” he said, leaving hundreds of its employees jobless. There have also been raids at the homes of BJD’s Mayurbhanj MP Ramachandra Hansda BJD’s Keonjhar MLA Subarna Nayak and former BJP MLA from Khariar Hitesh Bagarti All three were allegedly involved in Nabadiganta Capital Service Ltd another chit fund company that the CBI is investigating What are the political ramifications for the BJD With ruling party politicians being sucked into the probe the scam may dent the BJD’s rural votebank ahead of the 2017 panchayat polls Last year the state government had announced a Rs 300-crore corpus fund to return money to the duped investors It even enacted the Orissa Protection of Interests of Depositors Act to facilitate the return of money But the Act is yet to define ‘small investors’ and returning money may prove difficult considering that most of the money was deposited in cash and not by cheques Around 9 lakh affidavits by as many investors are lying with the Justice R K Patra Commission of Inquiry that was set up by the government last year to probe the scam Compiled by Debabrata Mohanty For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News In May this year.
an official at the college registrar’s office said the college had retained the documents because investigations were still on in the case related to Ramendra.