The family members of the deceased suspect that she was murdered and have demanded a second post-mortem to conducted.
Rajnikanth will sponsor the education of seven-year-old Yasin, who handed over a wallet containing Rs 50,000 to the police.
According to the TAIPA, the state currently has around 29,000 mobile towers and needs to double these numbers in order to address the growing demands.
Tawde made the statement in response to concerns raised by Assembly members, from both the ruling and opposition parties.
Senior Congress leaders including Kamal Nath had batted for a pre-poll alliance with the BSP and other like-minded parties in Madhya Pradesh that goes to polls later this year
The new policy will give managers the authority to give workers demerits if they report late for a scheduled shift or leave a minute before their shift's official end, without permission.
The IMF's updated World Economic Outlook forecast global growth of 3.9 percent this year and next, despite sharp downgrades to estimates for Germany, France and Japan.
The Union Minister for Information Technology said that the biometric data of Aadhaar system cannot be hacked by anyone and it was completely 'safe and secure'.
The video had a message, saying that three children were kidnapped by strangers who lured them into accepting chocolates, biscuits and other toys.
The AIMPLB maintained that it will not be part of the proceedings dealing with decriminalising homosexuality as the Supreme Court was hearing pleas against section 377.
India is currently the fastest growing aviation market in the world, registering a double-digit growth in air passenger traffic for the 44th month in May.
The US has told India and other countries to cut oil imports from the Gulf nation to "zero" by November 4 or face sanctions. India is yet to take a call on complying with the US sanctions on Iran.
US Trade Representatives Robert Lighthizer said retaliatory duties on US exports imposed by China, the EU, Canada, Mexico and Turkey were completely without justification under international rules.
A statement issued by LG's office stated that the problem of garbage mounds is a "legacy problem of six decades" and multiple issues have made it a "challenging task".
A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud refused to grant interim stay on Tobacco Products (Packaging and Labelling) Second Amendment Rules, 2018, which would come into effect from September 1.
TCS has been in the lead for a decade.
Compensation amounting to Rs 6,000 to Rs 12,000 per acre has been given to farmers through the Revenue and Disaster Management department.
Requests SC to direct NCLT Allahabad for a stay of liquidation proceedings; hearing to continue on July 17
Punjab National Bank's Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Sunil Mehta said that the lender is on track to bouncing back within six months.
Benchmark Brent crude dropped $2.24 to a low of $73.09 by 1238 GMT.
The counsel for the state government told the apex court that the government plans to introduce a bill in the Assembly to revive the pre-arrest bail provision.
The government has called an all-party leaders meeting tomorrow, wherein the views and opinions of all parties would be consulted for effective running of the monsoon session.
Only 11.8 percent of seats in the Lok Sabha are held by women.
The Judicial Standards and Accountability Bill was earlier brought by the previous UPA government but had lapsed following the dissolution of the 15th Lok Sabha in 2014.
The new feature will enable a user to view filtered calls in their call history and check voicemails sent by the blocked number.