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- PROFILE OF THE WEEK
Aizwal – The death of three pregnant women in Kolasib district, allegedly due to delay in blood transfusion, created a furore in the state on Wednesday after the husband ...Read More...
Jorhat — The first ever Assam International Trade & Industrial Fair 2015 has been planned at Jorhat, the 2nd largest urban centre of Assam and the centre of North ...Read More...
New Delhi: The Uttar Pradesh government has taken a courageous initiative to encourage intercaste marriage. The government has promised to give such couples Rs 50,000 as reward. To bring ...Read More...
New Delhi – The Centre’s bid to allay apprehensions of facing harassment has fallen flat on its face, with authorities in Agra attempting to prevent entry of a group ...Read More...
Patna – Bihar’s ‘guardian angel,’ who saved many people of the minority community when they were attacked at Azizpur in Muzaffarpur district on January 18, hoisted the national flag at ...Read More...
Mater Dei Institute aims to renew Religious life in the light of Vatican IIRead More...
New Delhi – Members of the minority community from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh will be given five years’ visa instead of one-year as part of government’s effort to address ...Read More...