The MP was drunk. He along with partymen hit me with shoes on my face. I have sought an appointment with the PM to register my complaint," Ashok SN told TOI. Meanwhile, the MP refuted all allegations against him. "A contract of Rs 10 lakh was given to.
The result is Technology Vision 2035, released by the Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Science Congress, Mysore - January 2016. Sunday Morning with TV2035 is being organized by Artificial Intelligence Mumbai (AIM) along with Book Exchange Club.
There is some recognition of this at the government level. State-owned Karnataka Soaps and Detergents Ltd, maker of Mysore Sandal Soap, has launched a Grow More Sandalwood campaign that involves the company entering into agreements with farmers.
o other category of imaging excites photographers as much as wildlife. Capturing wildlife in their natural habitat is a challenge and sometimes requires skills other than photography. Some research into animal behaviour can be helpful and the photographer.
The Mysore Grahakara Parishat (MGP) has faulted the online property tax calculator on the Mysore City Corporation (MCC) website and cautioned the public that the figure was higher than the actual amount. In a release, B.S. Shankara of the MGP claimed the.
Citing a “regulatory vacuum,” that allows a freewheeling culture among some Denver medical-marijuana dispensaries, Councilman Charlie Brown wants to establish a broad raft of regulations on the businesses. The Post editorial board is weighing in Friday.
The company is targeting revenue of Rs 1,000 crore in the next four years. Wildcraft, started in 1992, offers shoes, jackets, rucksacks, sleeping bags, tents and hiking accessories. The Mint report states that it employs 2,500 people and has 160 stores in.
FMCG player KSDL, manufacturers of Mysore Sandal Soap and sandalwood oils, are all set to foray into the Maharastra and Gujarat regions. Celkon Mobiles Friday expanded its smartphone range with the launch of Millennium Vogue Q455, and priced it at Rs 7,999.
SRINAGAR: A video of a terrified youth whom Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists forced on gunpoint to "confess" that he was a police informer, went viral on messaging platforms in Kashmir on Monday. The video was shared along with the picture of the youth shot.