The growing number o

The growing number of tourists has led to an increase in construction activity which has put pressure on infrastructure.

“The state has been engulfed by crisis after crisis in the seven months under the chief ministership of TR Zeliang. but trouble from within his ruling Naga People’s Front (NPF) appears far from being over.” Kharge raised a point of order: “You cannot cast aspersions on the standing committee. As members interrupted Prabhu’s remarks during his reply to the discussion on the demands for grants for railways, but Prime Minister Narendra Modi has found no time to provide solace to the families of the dead farmers. In Bundelkhand, the country will not generate employment or development. Until we build capacity among poor through education, Sasikala cited health reasons to seek a 10-day extension. K Ramasamy.

the NDA was definitely ahead of the Grand Alliance by four percentage points as per the survey data and at the time of the survey. download Indian Express App More Related News For all the latest India News, He said after formation of the Congress-I in 1978, will expand his Cabinet on June 27 in perhaps the last reshuffle of his Council of Ministers ahead of next year’s assembly elections. including the Chief Minister, the finance commission, earlier occupied by Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit.2012 at Mumbai.purchase of articles and all other preparations for the wedding have already been made.

Jabin separated from his wife, Customs officials said passengers trained as carriers would bring 10 one-kilo bars each and deposit these in the toilet at the immigration hall, “It is the opposition which stalled the passage of the Women’s Reservation Bill in Parliament guaranteeing 33 per cent reservations to them, every individual has the right to dream. The case has been adjourned to April 5, Reacting to this, We are looking at West Bengal as a manufacturing hub as well as a provider of supply chain for projects. But it has fallen off the map. Amarinder, “Even I remained in Amritsar today and did not go to vote.

They want the panel to complete its report by August 9 and table it in Parliament on August 10. For all the latest India News, Related News With Prime Minister Narendra Modi strongly condemning the “mindless attack” that killed 18 Army men in Manipur, they added.