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The days of traditional election campaigning are over. Now it's an era when there is focus on micro-management, gauging voters' mood, swaying people by creating narrative along with positive publicity blitz. »
The Change Makers of the Year award was given to people for outstanding work and making a difference in lives of people. Senior journalist Shams Ur Rehman Alavi and the founder of pioneering media initiative TCN Kashif Ul Huda, were selected amongst the Change Makers of the Year. »
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan told the women that all schemes for women empowerment and their welfare are on top priority. »
Did leaders and founding fathers of the country not foresee the dangers of hate crime and communal violence even after witnessing bloodshed in 1947 that they relied on IPC? »
Advocate Bharat Fulare leads the nationwide movement, which is run from Aurangabad. The men who have faced harassment due to misuse of DV Act, approach. Thousands have joined his PPPA i.e. Patni Peedit Purush Ashram. »
CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan said this as he transfers Rs 400 crore subsidy to 1450 MSME units with a single click. He lauded role of MSME in boosting economy and creating jobs. »
Representatives from 16 countries and culture ministers from six countries will attend the three-day international conference, said CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan »
CM said that Gwalior fair is a symbol of the concept of Self Sufficient Madhya Pradesh. This fair is historical too. »
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan gets felicitated for EWS reservation, ensuring 10% for poor sections among the general category. »
The cultural traditions and diverse aspects of Bhopal's culture were celebrated in the Pari Bazaar Heritage Fest. »
Organisations to hold a demonstration at Delhi on Dec 3 for additional compensation and correction of figures of death and injury in the curative petition being heard in SC »
CM also sought information about CM helpline, nutritional food distribution in Anganwadis, condition of roads, fertilizer supply, electricity system, Mukhya Mantri Bhu-Awasiya Yojana, Mukhya Mantri Udyam Kranti Yojana and Mukhya Mantri Janseva Abhiyan. »
Railway property was attacked, there was arson at railway stations and damage to public property in cities across the country from Haryana to Bihar against Agnipath scheme. »
The Bajrang Dal members attacked the three tribals and thrashed them. Two of the victims died, while the third is critically injured. »
Fearing that civic body squads may take action and cancel licenses, shops in several markets remained closed. »
The job aspirants torched the coaches of a stationary train in Gaya and blocked rail movement. »
The notorious app was created last year and Muslim women's photos were misused and they were 'auctioned' using it. »
Three big states of North India figure among the five most poor states other than Jharkhand which is comparatively much smaller. »
Ramnagesh Akubathini who sent threat to rape the nine-month-old child had graduated from the prestigious IIT and used a false identity for the tweet. »
Also, women who were selected as teachers but not given the job, too staged protest at BJP headquarters. »
Curious case of man who forged court order to get promotion and became IAS officer. Woman who was in live-in relationship had approached police against him. »
Delhi HC bench said that the state blurred the lines between 'right to protest' and 'terrorist activity'. »
Police have booked four persons for gathering crowd and violating orders. Already, there are restrictions on gatherings during the pandemic. »
Those killed were all wanted Naxalites and together carried a reward of Rs 60 lakh on their arrests, said officials. »
Their huge personal effort ranging from handling hundreds of phone calls to ensuring free supply of Oxygen, inspires us. »
Nearly 96 priests and ascetics have been found Covid positive among the 5,000 odd participants who tested positive so far. »
The meeting was regarding misbehaviour with jail inmates, torture and denial of amenities, allegations that NHRC probe team had found true. »
UPDATE: Figure of death later went up to 22. Police claim that Maoists have also been killed in this exchange of fire. »
Hope has dimmed as the rescue operation has completed a week after the glacier burst in Chamoli district. »
The leaders representing different faiths and sects participated in the meet held in Bhopal and pledged to support the drive. »
Farmer was unable to pay the excessive amount and he was allegedly being harassed by the electricity department staff. »
The application withdraw the case has been moved. The legislators were booked for allegedly delivering inflammatory speeches. »
Asaduddin Owaisi's party has strengthened its base and has got support from voters in Seemanchal region of Bihar. »
Hearing a bail plea, it observed that police made arrests and innocents went to jail without forensic analysis of meat. »
Those who died in Jilani building collapase include women and many children, some as young as two year old. »
SSF would have such powers that any member of this force would have the liberty to arrest any citizen without warrant. »
Criss-crossing the rural areas of the constituency, these 'rath yatras' would later take the 'shilas' (bricks) to Ayodhya »
An objectionable post on social media by a Congress legislator's nephew led to the clash in Bengaluru. »
While hundreds have tested positive at Tirumala Tirupati temple, another temple has been sealed in Vrindavan after 22 test positive. »
Irked that his flag was removed, Raja Man Singh had rammed his jeep into CM's helicopter following which he was killed in 'encounter'. »
Heart-broken by wife's death he threw himself in funeral pyre but was saved. Later, he jumped into a well. »
The doctor and hospital staff's remarks that they won't admit-examine Muslim patients, has led to action. »
He says that Kamal Nath demanded package for temple priests but not for Imams-Muezzins and other religious communities »
The case has been registered over his show that used terms like 'film aur sangeet jihad' and 'shiksha jihad' to suggest as if it was linked to a conspiracy. »
The brothers who were tested positive, died. As the Tiffin centre provided food packets to policemen, cops are worried. »
Even in Delhi, two policemen had wrongly claimed that LG had ordered a ban on Azan. Officials later clarified that there was no such order. »
The state that was leading in cases earlier in India, is now down to the ninhth spot and only two deaths so far. »
'People were stranded due to suspension of rail services but still many were sent back. The orders were to remain stationed at your place in lockdown, and were followed', it claims. »
'People were stranded due to suspension of rail services but still many were sent back. The orders were to remain stationed at your place in lockdown, and were followed', it claims. »
Fifty major points that describe the horror of the February 2020 killings in Delhi that has drawn attention of the world. »