Embarrassment for Kejriwal! AAP MLA gets court notice for possessing fake degree
Thursday, May 21, 2015, 12:58 [IST] Share this on your social network: Facebook Twitter Google+ Comments Mail New Delhi, It seems , Arvind Kejriwal's cup of woes will not over soon. After Jitender Singh Tomar, another Aam Aadmi Party MLA has been accused to possess fake degree. Read more: Ashutosh defends AAP over farmer's suicide, fake degree issue Reportedly, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday issued a notice to party MLA Surender Singh.
The Court ... Read More
Three new ministers inducted in Chhattisgarh Cabinet
Source : ANI
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh expanded his council of ministers on Friday.
Bhaiyalal Rajwade , Mahesh Gagda and Dayaldas Baghel were sworn in as new ministers today and the strength of the Raman Singh Cabinet has gone upto 13 with their induction.
State Governor Balram Dass Tandon administered the oath of office and secrecy to the ministers. These three posts had been vacant for the last 18 months.
Gagda hails from the Bastar division in Bijapur ... Read More
Jayalalithaa to be Sworn in at Madras University Auditorium
Chennai: J Jayalalithaa will be sworn in as Tamil Nadu chief minister tomorrow, eight months after she was forced to quit over corruption charges.
Ms Jayalalithaa will be sworn in along with 28 ministers at the Centenary auditorium of Madras University at 11 am, said a press release from the state governor's office Raj Bhawan.
O Panneerselvam, who took over as chief minister after she quit but never settled down in the role, will be finance ... Read More
Kerala Church wants permission to produce more wine
Kochi: Citing growth in number of churches, Syro-Malabar Catholic Church in Kerala has approached the state Excise Department seeking permission to increase the capacity of the Church-owned mass wine production facility.
At present the facility in Thrikkakkara owned by the Archdiocese of Ernakulam-Angamali is allowed to produce 1,600 litres of mass wine per year. The Church now wants to increase it to 5,000 litres per annum.
According to the mass wine license issued in 1986, the Church ... Read More
Kochi-based PPP venture incubates 530-plus firms in 3 years
New Delhi, May 11: Displaying unparalleled speed of execution by supporting 530-plus nascent firms in three years, Startup Village in Kerala won today the National Award for Technology Business Incubator, thus reflecting a sea change in entrepreneurship in the southern state known for its hostility to industry.
Sanjay Vijayakumar and Pranav Kumar, who are respectively the chairman and the CEO of the Kochi-based business incubator, received the award from Union Minister of Science and Technology Dr ... Read More
Admission commences at Karunya U,
Single Window Counselling for admission commenced at Karunya University. The Karunya Entrance Exam-2015 Topper Mr.Sebastin Jerome Michael Raj from Dindigul was recognized and honoured. The first letter for admission was handed over to him by the Vice Chancellor of Karunya University Dr.S.Sundar Manoharan.
Dr.Samson Nesaraj, Admissions Officer
Dr.C.Joseph Kennady, Registrar
DR.S.Sundar Manoharan, VC
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Sri Guruvayurappan Temple opens gates to devotees
by Somdatta Gangopadhyay
Saturday, May 2nd, 2015 witnessed the auspicious occasion of the inauguration of the Sri Guruvayurappan Temple at 11620 Ormandy Street, Houston, TX 77035. Devotees may find more information at www.guruvayurappanhouston.org and www.krishnatemple.org.
The Head Priest (Thantri) Kariyannoor Divakaran Namboodiri inaugurated the temple following the inauguration ritual. A throng of crowd consisting of about 2000 people gathered during inauguration. Kumbhabishekam in which the idol is installed in place (Pratishtha), was performed on 23rd April,2015, and ... Read More
Four athletes attempt suicide, one dies at Kerala Sports Institute
Source : PTI
Alapuzha: A 15-year-old sportsperson died early today and three others, all undergoing training at Water Sports Centre of Sports Authority of India here have been hospitalised, after they ate a poisonous fruit in an apparent suicide pact following alleged harassment by seniors.
The girls are suspected to have consumed the fruit, locally called 'Othalanga', at around 3 PM yesterday inside the SAI women's hostel. They were rushed to a hospital around 7 PM after ... Read More
Govt to institute Visvesvaraya award
The Karnataka government will organise events to celebrate the birth anniversary of Sir M?Visvesvaraya every year and also institute a state award of excellence in the name of the renowned engineer.
Speaking at the S?G?Balekundri Award function organised by the Water Resources Department at?the Vidhana Soudha on Tuesday, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said the Visvesvaraya Award would be bestowed on an engineer every year in recognition of her or his contribution.
Visvesvaraya’s birth anniversary (September 15)?is celebrated as ... Read More
Kerala's most-wanted Maoist leader arrested with wife
Source : PTI
Thiruvananthapuram/Coimbatore: A top Maoist leader, wanted in at least 20 cases in Kerala, his wife and three others, were arrested today near Coimbatore in a "big breakthrough" for the police of four southern states.
Kerala Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala said tonight that the arrest of Roopesh and the others were made by Andhra police following a joint operation undertaken by Andhra, Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu police.
He said this was a "big breakthrough" and ... Read More