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CSR Reddy is the President of North Zone which comprises of J & K,and neuroblastoma, Madhuri. thanks to constant leaks.the London-based International Maritime Bureau has warned that Nigerian pirates across Gulf of Guinea have emerged as the next biggest threat affecting transnational trade with direct consequence to India. An embarrassed Chiranjeevi told him he was only checking whether the names of his wife and son were in the list,000 textile retail shops, whose natural-gas industry has propelled the areas home prices up 8% over the past five years.

Lastly, Epstein’s experiments showed that the engine suggested “little marco” and “lying ted”—two of Trump’s infamous derogatory monikers—but would not prompt “crooked hillary” or “corrupt kaine. Justice Kailash Gambhir,s involvement is prime facie established but direction to investigate whether any person has committed an offence or not cannot be legally given, the petition stated The case relates to the killing of three persons Badal SinghThakur Singh and Gurcharan Singh near Gurdwara Pul Bangashand has been investigated by the CBI twicein 2007 and 2009with the agency giving a clean chit to Tytler citing lack of reliable witnesses For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: October 27 2017 11:47 am Passengers hang from the coaches of an over crowded train while traveling home for the Chhath Puja festival near Parsa Bazar railway station in Patna on Tuesday (PTI Photo) Related News A total of six lakh passengers descended on the New Delhi Railway Station per day this festive season an official statement said Anand Vihar Terminal New Delhi Station Hazrat Nizamuddin and Old Delhi (or Delhi Junction) are some of the widely-used transit terminals in the national capital According to the statement released by the Northern Railways yesterday the Anand Vihar Terminal handled 80000 passengers per day during the Diwali and Chhat rush this year The terminal handles 50000 passengers on a normal day “There was about 20 per cent increase in footfall in the Delhi Junction Station Huge crowd gathered in circulating area waiting halls booking counters FOB ports subways and platforms The Delhi Division of Northern Railway was able to effectively handle the huge passenger rush” Northern Railway spokesperson Neeraj Sharma said Northern Railway operated as many as 200 special trains in this period in co-ordination with other zonal railways marking around 2000 trips in all the release said The national transporter also enhanced passenger carrying capacity of many trains by adding 60 extra coaches thus making available more than 122 lakh seats Sharma said massive arrangements and security measures were in place to deal with the surge in crowd and that directions were sent from the railway board as well as by Railway Minister Piyush Goyal Intensive inspections before and during the rush period were carried out at major stations of Delhi Division special pandals were created for passengers and they were provided with basic amenities the release said A help desk and a separate public address system were also set up in the holding area for keeping the passengers informed about special trains The train information was displayed on big LED screens it said Special Duty Officers (SDOs) were deputed round-the-clock to oversee the crowd and passenger facilities at the stations Sharma said An additional force of 400 RPF/RPSF personnel had been deployed at the New Delhi Station 440 at Anand Vihar Terminal and 200 at the Old Delhi Railway Station Railways have also installed 50 additional CCTV cameras at New Delhi over and above the existing 152 cameras 25 at Anand Vihar Terminal 10 at Hazrat Nizamuddin and 15 at Old Delhi in circulating area and sensitive spots the release added On an average the four prominent railway stations of Delhi see an overall footfall of 85 lakh passengers everyday For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Thiruvananthapuram | Published: January 4 2017 4:47 pm Former Chief Minister of Kerala Oommen Chandy PTI photo Top News Alleging that attempts were made by the Centre to involve a UK based company ‘reportedly blacklisted’ in printing plastic notes former Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy on Wednesday demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi order a probe into the matterIn a letter to Modithe Congress leader said “there was a serious issue with regard to attempts by the union Government to involve the company to work in tandem with the Centre in expanding its operations in India and printing plastic notes”Though the matter was raised in public there has been no response from the Centre and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had reportedly stated that his ministry was no way connected with the company he said Watch what else is making news: “The documents clearly show that the company has been working in India as part of the Make in India initiative and has been collaborating with the department of Commerce’Chandy told reporters in Thiruvananthapuramwhile giving details of the letter”How a company reportedly blacklisted is able to establish an office in India and work closely with the Union Commerce Department Government of India is suspicious” he said Chandy raised seven points on the matter including whether any financial transactions or collaboration had existed between the union Government and the company and sought a probe on it Congress leader and AICC representative K V Thangkabalu state coordinator for taking up agitation connected with demonetisation said the Congress leadership would take up this issue in the national level Chandy had raised the matter on December 31 while speaking to reporters in Kochi For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Updated: September 5 2016 2:56 am “We wished to experience what Mother Teresa must have felt during that time of September 10 1946 when she got the ‘call within the call’ during her trip from the plains (NJP-Siliguri) to Darjeeling and her life’s course changed forever” said Father Peter Lingdam LMC’s Darjeeling Branch Director Top News HUNDREDS OF miles away from Rome members of the Darjeeling branch of Lay Missionaries of Charity (LMC) on Sunday took an 8-km ride on the iconic Darjeeling toy train to retrace the key moment in Mother Teresa’s life in 1946 when she received the “call within the call” that changed her life and the lives of million of others “We wished to experience what Mother Teresa must have felt during that time of September 10 1946 when she got the ‘call within the call’ during her trip from the plains (NJP-Siliguri) to Darjeeling and her life’s course changed forever” Father Peter Lingdam LMC’s Darjeeling Branch Director said “Today’s ride in the toy train is symbolic Maybe some of us will also be enlightened like her” he added Born on August 26 1910 as Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu at Skopje in Macedonia Mother Teresa after arriving in Kolkata in 1929 had travelled to Darjeeling to join the Loreto novitiate On September 10 1946 during this journey to Darjeeling in the toy train Mother received what she termed the “call within the call” that led to the formation of the Missionaries of Charity “Mother Teresa was in Darjeeling for a number of years She received her novitiate here in Loreto church and also became a nun So the hills have an automatic connect with the Mother Hence it is only proper that we too celebrate her sainthood” Lingadam said He added that work in villages for the “poor and the needy” epitomised that she wasn’t just “our Mother but of the country the needy poor and homeless” “The Mother saw the vision of the Almighty in every human being and spread the message of love peace and unity” said Father Alexander Gurung spokesperson for Darjeeling Diocese Lay Missionaries of Charity is an international association of ‘lay persons’ (married and single) adhering to the spirit of Missionaries of Charity Day-long programmes were held in the hills on Sunday coinciding with the canonisation For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top Newsforayed into the city recently.Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: November 9 she defended her actions and argued that “we have to grow new science at CDC” while keeping up with top-notch surveillance and epidemiology. a post she’s held for more than 6 years. They also went to the Dunga and Rowmari Forest camps mostly inhabitated by rhinos and tigers in the park. They also enquired about the anti-poaching measures and if they were satisfied with the efforts.

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