212 pillars, 128 ft high, 5 entrances: The elusive Ram Mandir
The Ram Janambhoomi Nyas is eager to start construction at the earliest with help from the Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP). Though the VHP has toyed with many maps of the Ram temple, there's a blueprint based on the most agreeable version that the majority believes resembles the 'original' Ram Mandir.
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SC verdict a decisive step towards construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya: VHP
Addressing a press conference here, VHP working president Alok Kumar said the SC order is a "decisive step towards construction of grand Ram temple in Ayodhya". The VHP, he said, expects the central government to take speedy steps on the directions issued by the Supreme Court, including creation of a trust to build the temple.
IIM-L students to take training on Ram Leela
Artistes from Bhartendu Natya Academy, a theatre training institute in Lucknow under the ministry of culture, would train students on how to perform Ram Leela. The training is expected to begin soon.
Engagement with countries on Ayodhya judgement has been largely successful: MEA
The Supreme Court, in its verdict in the Babri Masjid-Ram Janmabhoomi title case on November 9, said the entire 2.77 acres of disputed land should be handed over to the deity Ram Lalla, who was one of the three litigants.
Lokpal disposes of 1,000 complaints; government yet to notify form for graft-related plaints
"Although the form for filing complaint has not yet been notified, Lokpal decided to scrutinise all the complaints received in the office of Lokpal, in whatever form they were sent. 1,065 complaints received till 30th September, 2019. Out of which 1,000 have been heard and disposed of," the official said quoting Lokpal data.
Consumer affairs ministry writes to jal shakti ministry to make mandatory BIS standard on piped drinking water
"The Centre has the power to make BIS standard (on piped drinking water) mandatory. We have already written a letter to the jal shakti ministry," Food and Consumer Affairs Minister Paswan told reporters here. The minister said his mission is to ensure safe and quality water to people of not only the national capital but across India.
Number of pre-placement offers up for 5th straight year at IIT Madras
Qualcomm is the biggest recruiter so far, with 23 offers made. Samsung Research has made eight offers, while multinational drink and brewing company AB Inbev (of Budweiser beer fame) has also made eight offers. Semiconductor company Texas Instruments also made eight offers. Technology and semiconductor company Intel made seven offers.
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ETILC members hold out hope amid slowdown
There is also uncertainty caused by poor capital formation. The banks are flush with funds but are risk averse. Credit growth has fallen to 2.7% for industry, the lowest in 12 months. And for services, after clocking over 20% between April 2018 and February 2019, it has plummeted to 7.3% , the lowest in 24 months.
Nitish Kumar's JD(U) for 'proportionate representation' in Modi Cabinet
"If NDA leaders Modi and Shah take an initiative for the JD(U)'s proportionate representation in the government, we will welcome it," Tyagi said, noting that his party is the biggest NDA constituent in Bihar.
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Samples from 8 places that figured in BIS report found fit for drinking during second analysis: DJB
"Drinking water samples could not be collected from two places, including the official residence of Union minister Ram Vilas Paswan, while one sample failed tests on one parameter -- had less than required chlorine content," DJB Vice Chairman Dinesh Mohaniya said at a press conference.
Haryana cabinet expansion: Names finalised, induction of new ministers likely on November 12
After consulting senior leaders of his party in Delhi, the names of those who are to be inducted into the cabinet have been finalised and coalition partner JJP has been taken into confidence, the sources said, adding if things go as scheduled, the new ministers will take oath on November 12.
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