Himachal Pradesh cabinet decides to slash 30% salaries of MLAs for one year
In a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur through video conferencing on Tuesday, the state cabinet decided to deduct 30 per cent salaries and honorarium of all Members of Legislative Assembly, including the chief minister, Vidhan Sabha speaker, deputy speaker and ministers for one year.
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After 'Ramayana', SRK-starrer 'Circus' set to make a comeback on Doordarshan
Rajit Kapur-starrer detective drama 'Byomkesh Bakshi' is also returning to DD National.
Trust seeks private help to design Ram temple
Anoop Kumar Mittal nd a representative from L&T accompanied the Ram Temple Complex Development Committee chairman Nripendra Misra to Ayodhya on Saturday. The Misra committee will be expanded with inclusion of experts and engineers from the public and private sectors over the next few days.
Despite PM’s call, UP CM performs pre-dawn ceremony in Ayodhya
Ceremony held to shift the idol of Ram Lalla to a temporary structure inside the premises of Ram Janmabhoomi. Yogi Adityanath's participation in the puja during a nationwide lockdown created a row as the central government, in its guidelines on Tuesday, clearly laid down that no religious congregations would be held, without any exception.
Food, medicine supply still choked; Transport bottlenecks show signs of easing
Prices of potato, dairy items and meat may rise further with cold storages running out of refrigerants. The poultry industry is in distress as they are unable to get feed for birds. Retail chains said customers continued to hoard, leaving very low stocks of staples like atta, poha, rajmaand packaged food like biscuits and instant noodles.
Coronavirus lockdown: 'How long will we survive with no work, little money?', ask migrant workers
Many of the people who had gathered at Anand Vihar claimed that with no money to pay rent and buy food, they cannot stay in the city, even as the Delhi government has exhorted them to stay back and offered all help.
Covid-19: Himachal imposes statewide curfew as people defy lockdown orders
The Himachal Pradesh government on Tuesday imposed an indefinite statewide curfew to combat coronavirus after it was found that many people defied the lockdown orders.
Buy Bata India, price target Rs 2,000: Arun Kumar
The analyst suggested a stoploss at Rs 1810 .
Nepal seals borders with India, China to prevent Coronavirus outbreak
Nepal, which shares an 1,800-km open border with India, has total 37 motorable land entry points with it, while with China it has four such entry points. Although the cross-border human movement is halted till midnight of March 29, supply of goods from the countries will continue as usual, Finance Minister Yuba Raj Khatiwada told a press conference on Sunday night.
Ram Mandir Trust members meet PM, invite him to visit Ayodhya for bhoomi pujan
The meeting came a day after the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Teertha Kshetra, set up recently to oversee the construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya, met for the first time on Wednesday
Kerala elderly couple surviving COVID-19 brings ray of hope: Experts
Thomas and his wife Mariyamma, hailing from Ranni locality in Pathanamthitta municipality in Central Travancore region, tested positive and remained critical for days, before recovering completely from the infection.
Nirbhaya: Tihar asks hangman to report 3 days ahead of execution
Tihar Jail authorities said they have asked the hangman, Pawan Jallad to report three days ahead of the scheduled hanging. The execution of their death warrants has been deferred thrice so far due to delays by them in exhausting legal remedies.
4 gang rape convicts in Nirbhaya case hanged to death in Tihar Jail
The executions were carried out after the men exhausted every possible legal avenue to escape the gallows. Their desperate attempts only postponed the inevitable by less than two months after the first date of execution was set for January 22.
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