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IndiaSri Lanka Friendship Award '15

Source: The Sangai Express Jiribam (Imphal-East), November 25 2015: All Jiribam Working Journalists' Union (AJWJU), has extended hearty congratulations to its former founding president Leishangthem Veerjeet Singh of Singjamei Makha Oinam Thingel ... E Pao, 14 hours ago
India-Sri Lanka Friendship Award '15 Sangai Express, 18 hours ago

Ministers, officials hit the ground to oversee relief work

Low pressure area over south Andhra Pradesh and north Tamil Nadu coast likely to bring scattered rains, but they may not be intense As the sky turned blue on Tuesday and rain water receded from many roads, residents in the State hoped the ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
Indian Express

Amaravati will be focal point for Andhra's progress and prosperity, says PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the foundation stone laying ceremony of Amaravati, the new capital city of Andhra Pradesh (YouTube screengrab) Amid much fanfare, Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for Amravati, the new capital ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

Fear haunts journos as attackers move freely

Trouble persists and fear haunts as heads started rolling, first it was writer Narendra Dabholkar, then journalists Jagendra Singh, Sandeep Kothari and Akshay Singh, to name a few. Their deaths in recent times have cast a shadow over the country's ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago

Professors to visit Buddhist sites in Srikakulam dt. today

Senior professors led by former Vice-Chancellor of Dravidian University K.S. Chalam will visit all Buddhist sites and historical places of Srikakulam district on Wednesday to identify cultural tie- ups and trade activities between Kalingandhra and ...
 The Hindu1 day ago

Tobacco doesn't just kill smokers

By Mohuya Chaudhuri* Farmer suicides are endemic in India. How many more lives need to be taken before the government wakes up to address their plight? Farmer suicides in India are showing no signs of reducing. Every year, hundreds of cases ...
 OdishaSunTimes.com5 days ago

The Plight Of Punjab—I

An extract on the Green Revolution from Joel K. Bourne Jr's The End of Plenty THE END OF PLENTY: THE RACE TO FEED A CROWDED WORLD BY JOEL K. BOURNE JR SPEAKING TIGER | PAGES: 416 | RS. 499 When Norman Borlaug and M. S. Swaminathan ...
 Outlook India1 week ago

Amazing science behind Temples

Industry must match political will to push India-Britain ties: Modi | Low industrial growth, rising inflation drag Indian equities | Low industrial growth, higher inflation drag Indian equities | Modi tells UK Inc it is wiser to be in India today ...
 Chennai Online1 week ago

OMG! Vedanthangal is back!!

Modi tells UK Inc it is wiser to be in India today (Second Lead) | Modi UK visit sees business deals worth $14 billion | Invest in India, Modi to British investors | Delhi government forms panel to probe DDCA irregularities | Saina wins, Sindhu ...
 Chennai Online1 week ago

Siddharth's 'Jil Jung Juk' to release on Christmas

ULFA leader Anup Chetia sent to CBI custody | Air quality worsens post-Diwali, Delhi government says this year better | Modi calls up to congratulate Suu Kyi | BJP will suffer in Andhra if it fails to fulfill promises: Pawan Kalyan | Nitish oath ...
 Chennai Online1 week ago
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