More than 225,000 have died from the coronavirus, while lockdowns have left millions in economic dire straits. Racial wounds, bared during a summer of protests, fester, while Republicans and Democrats in Washington bicker and backstab.
Tablet vendors have focused their portfolios on the 10-inch to 13-inch segment and notebook sizing has moved to 13-inch and beyond for the most part.
Three flyovers and many critical works pertaining to different projects were completed worth over Rs 62 crore
GWMC Commissioner Pamela Satpathy has raised Rs 20 lakh, and Rs 11 lakh was spent for the health of the workers and employees, yet, Rs 9 lakh is available in the fund
The survey indicates that permits for enterprises, passes for workers and supply chain movement are the key hurdles for industry in exit from lockdown.
According to the poll officials, the first set of results may come by 11 am. These byelections were necessitated due to the disqualification of 17 MLAs.
The alliance claiming that the present dispensation does not have the required number to prove its majority in the floor test
While majority of the users complained about call drops, many complained about quick battery drain out and heating issues.
Rebel Congress MLA Shrimant Patil from Kagwad constituency who reached Mumbai last night was admitted to hospital after complaining of chest pain.
Of 31 MPP president posts in Nalgonda district, TRS won 21 and Congress won seven. Elections of MPP presidents for three mandals were not held due to technical reasons.
Along with others, these violators helped the police collect a stunning Rs 42 crore in just five months
The minister said social harmony and development would be "in danger" the day the population of the majority community starts decreasing.
Of the 134 suicide bombers whose age could be determined, 60 per cent were teenagers or children. The youngest suicide bomber identified to date was just seven years old.
Naidu said he was not contesting against anybody -- individual or party. "I am contesting for the post of Vice President."
RJD MLAs protested in the portico of Assembly, signalling their aggressive mood ahead of the trust vote.
The purpose of visit is to discuss religious freedom with government officials, civil society representatives and leaders representing majority and minority religious communities.