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Indian mission handles 121,000 OPD cases

Indian Consul General B.S. Mubarak and Haj Consul Sheikh Md. Noor Rahman visiting pilgrims at the Indian Mission's 50-bed hospital in Jarwal, Makkah. — SG photo Saudi Gazette report AL-QATIF — The ... Saudi Gazette, 4 days ago

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PardaPhash, 4 months ago
India Today, 4 months ago
AllVoices, 4 months ago

BJP, AAP exchange barbs over govt formation issues

The Delhi BJP and the AAP continued to exchange barbs over issues related to alleged poaching of MLAs, government formation through unethical means and Arvind Kejriwal's ambition. The BJP claimed Kejriwal was showing signs of political frustration and ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago What made three AAP MLAs travel to..  Samaylive1 week ago AAP, BJP scotch rumours over MLAs Goa trip  Indian Express1 week ago 3 AAP MLAs trigger speculations of joining BJP  Economic Times1 week ago

Controversy forces AAP MLAs to cut short Goa trip

NEW DELHI: On Sunday, Aam Aadmi Party went into a tizzy after three of its MLAs reportedly went "missing". The three, who were reportedly on a private trip to BJP stronghold Goa, returned the same evening without even having set foot out of Dabolim ...
 Times of India1 week ago Missing MLAs set alarm bells ringing in AAP  Indian Express1 week ago 'Missing' MLAs set alarm bells ringing in AAP  Financial Express1 week ago

BJP seeks clarification on speculation of AAP MLAs joining it

New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Vijender Gupta on Monday challenged the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) to reveal the names of those whom its three MLAs had planned to meet during their recent trip to Goa. "I challenge them that those who are ...
 ABP Live1 week ago

Manish Sisodia rubbished reports about three AAP MLAs joining BJP

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Manish Sisodia on Monday rubbished reports about three AAP MLAs joining the BJP, and claimed that these rumours were spread in order to malign the image of the party. "I cannot understand is there some BJP shop in Goa ...
 DNA India1 week ago AAP MLA rebuffs rumors of joining BJP  PardaPhash1 week ago Will never leave party, says AAP MLA Dharmendra Koli  NetIndia123.com1 week ago AAP MLA on Goa tour says 'will never leave party'  ZeeNews.com1 week ago

To respect Hindi is to respect the nation: Sonwalkar

— By FP NEWS SERVICE , September 22, 2014 02:14 am Ujjain : Hindi is the language of Indian republic and it has been used across the nation as language of communication. To respect Hindi is to respect the nation. The heritage of Hindi can be ...
 The Freepress Journal1 week ago

Cane mills fail to make payments to cane farmers

The Central as well as state governments are giving relaxations to sugar mills but sugarcane farmers are still struggling to get the price of their produce. Consumers are forced to buy sugar for Rs 40 per kg. The state government had announced a ...
 Times of India1 week ago
The Nation Pakistan

Long closure of schools imperils students future

SIALKOT All the public and private sector schools here have been closed in Indian shelling-hit Sialkot villages even after week-long lull on Sialkot Working Boundary. The local people regretted that the schools were still closed in Joiyaan, ...
 The Nation Pakistan4 weeks ago India resumes shelling Sialkot villages  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Civilian injured in unprovoked firing from Indian border  Oman Tribune1 month ago NATIONAL - India intensifies shelling on Sialkot villages  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

People displaced by border firing live in dire straits

SIALKOT A relief centre set up at the Raja Jarpal Basic Health Unit (BHU) along the border area lacks facilities and items to cater to hundreds of the people displaced from their homes because of firing by the India's Border Security Forces (BSF). ...
 Oman Tribune1 month ago
Al Jazeera

Kashmir gun battle leaves several dead

Four rebels and an army trooper have been killed near the de facto border in India-administered Kashmir, Indian defence officials said. The rebels, who remain unidentified, were killed in Kundanar area of Kupwara district near Line of Control ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News1 month ago
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