The tourism ministry will seek legal suggestions to explore a ‘middle path’ to solve problems being faced by hoteliers and restaurant owners following the apex court's order banning liquor sale along highways. Union Tourism Minister Mahesh Sharma, however, said the government will work within the framework of the directives of the Supreme Court in the matter. He said this today after a delegation of hoteliers and restaurant owners met him in New Delhi on the issue of the Supreme ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Anxiety and depression affect millions around the world, who spend day after day battling mental health issues. But it’s only over recent years that depression has been accepted as a real issue. Perhaps this is why the World Health Organization (WHO) ...catchnews.com, 2 weeks ago
Can you imagine your income rising by not 100%, 200% but as much as 44,235% over a period of five years? You certainly can if you are a politician. In a DNA exclusive, information collected through RTIs and affidavits filed by candidates before the Election ...DNA, 1 month ago
Last month, when BJP president Amit Shah promised to ensure that complaints at police stations would be lodged without any bias if his party returns to power, he must have had his ear to the ground. While travelling across the hinterland of the state in the ...DNA, 2 months ago
Eman Ahmed, 36, who is touted to be the world's heaviest woman left Alexandria in Egypt on Friday accompanied by a team of doctors and her sister Shaimaa Ahmed. She will be taken to Saifee hospital in South Mumbai in a truck where Dr Muffazal Lakdawala, a ...DNA, 2 months ago
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