Comment · print · T T T+· T- As many as nine persons have been hospitalised after inhaling noxious smoke from a tar-bitumin mixing plant at Kumbanad, near Kozhencherry, on Sunday. The police said the condition of Padmini, 72, of ... The Hindu, 5 days ago
The Maharashtra government is mulling over a proposal to enact a legislation to provide for non-lapsable fund meant for welfare of Scheduled Castes. Social Justice Minister Rajkumar Badole told reporters that his department is studying a similar ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago Maharashtra to enact legislation on non-lapsable fund for Scheduled Castes welfare Economic Times, 1 month ago
Tim Loughton (East Worthing and Shoreham, Conservative) I am grateful for the opportunity to raise a slightly obscure and rather distant subject. It is, however, a subject that has the potential to ruin the parents of one of my constituents and ...They Work For You, 1 month ago
London: Two prominent British Indian entrepreneurs have been felicicated here at a special ceremony for their contribution to education and community services. Lord Raj Loomba, the executive chairman of clothing firm Rinku Group, was recognised for ...ZeeNews.com, 2 months ago
MUMBAI: The state government will buy Dr B R Ambedkar's London home for Rs 35 crore, culture minister Vinod Tawde has said. Tawde, who is in London for the Global Education Minister's Conference, met the Buddhist Forum's Santosh Das, who has been ...Times of India, 2 months ago
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