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Amarnath Yatra,The Legend
Shri Amarnath Ji is by far the most awesome Dham. The Guardian of the absolute, Lord shiva is enshrined in form of an ice Lingam in Shri Amarnath ji Holy cave which is formed naturally of an ice Stalagmite; it is believed to wax and wane with the moon. By the side are fascinating two more lingams: Maa Parvati and Ganesha.
Babri mosque demolition 22nd anniversary:Muslim groups call for a ‘black day’
In 1992,the disputed structure,Babri Masjid was demolished by a group of by Kar Sewaks and security has been beefed up in the temple city.On the eve of 22nd anniversary of Babri mosque demolition, the temple town has turned into a fortress with nearly 10,000 security personnel deployed amid calls by Muslim outfits to mark the day by hoisting black flags even as Hindu bodies seek to commemorate it.
60% of Indian men admit violence against wives : UN report
Sixty percent of Indian men admit acting violently against their wife or partner at some point in their lives while 52 percent of women admit having faced some form of violence during their lifetime, says a UN report.
Exit polls: Narendra Modi will snatch Maharashtra and Haryana from Congress
The BJP will form the next government in both Maharashtra and Haryana, exit polls predicted on Wednesday. The only thing they did not agree on was whether the party would win a clear majority on its own.
No outside arbitration to resolve China-India border row : PM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today rejected any need for outside arbitration to resolve the vexed issue of India's boundary dispute with China, saying the two countries are competent to find a solution through talks.
ISRO getting ready for IRNSS 1C launch in October
Amid the success of India's Mars Orbiter Mission to the Red Planet, ISRO scientists are working towards the launch of the country's next rocket PSLV-C26, which would carry IRNSS 1C satellite, the third in the IRNSS series from Sriharikota on October 9.
Mars Orbiter main engine test firing successful, says ISRO
In a massive achievement for ISRO scientists successfully test fired main liquid engine of Mars Orbiter (Mangalyaan) on Monday. The Mangalyaan will now enter the Mars orbiter on Wednesday.
Amit Shah slams Pawar on corruption, promises Shivaji era in Maharashtra
Even as the deadlock over sharing of seats between Shiv Sena and his party for the Maharashtra Assembly elections continued, BJP president Amit Shah tonight chose to train his guns on NCP chief Sharad Pawar, accusing him of "institutionalizing corruption and destroying the system".
Nithari killings case: Surinder Koli’s execution stayed till Oct 29, SC agrees to hear his plea
In a major ruling, the Supreme Court on Friday stayed the execution of Nithari serial killer Surinder Koli till October 29, while also agreeing to hear his plea for reviewing the death sentence awarded to him for brutally murdering several young women and children in Noida.
Learn lessons from Assembly bypolls : Shiv Sena to BJP
After the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) got an unexpected jolt in the Assembly byelections in Bihar, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab, the Shiv Sena has taunted its coalition partner that elections cannot be won by just waving in air.
Ebola case: 3 Indians from Liberia isolated at Delhi airport
Three Indian nationals who arrived at Delhi airport this morning from Liberia, have been isolated and taken for further tests. The Delhi and Mumbai international airports have been put on alert as 112 Indian passengers are arriving from the Ebola-hit African nation Liberia from different flights on Tuesday.
West Bengal to set up Eco-Tourism Board
The West Bengal government has decided to set up an Eco-Tourism Board to project the state as a major tourist destination. State Tourism Minister Bratya Basu said that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had directed the Tourism Department to go ahead with the setting up the board.
Netaji’s kin don’t want Bharat Ratna for him
Amid speculation that the Bharat Ratna may be conferred on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, his family members disapproved of the idea, saying icons like him were above the award and the government must reveal the truth about his disappearance instead of giving him a "posthumous" award.
Rajiv Gandhi killers to walk free?
The Supreme Court on Tuesday is set to decide whether the killers of Former Indian prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi will be released on not. The Modi led government has decided to maintain the UPA regime's stand in the Supreme Court and oppose on Tuesday Jayalalithaa government's February 19 decision to release seven life imprisonment convicts in Rajiv Gandhi assassination case by remitting their remaining jail term.
Centre spends Rs. 35,000 crore under SC-ST sub-plan in 2013-14
Government's 25 ministries and department spent Rs. 35,800.60 crore last fiscal under schedule Caste/Scheduled Tribe (SC/ST) Sub-Plan, which is meant for welfare of these communities, Parliament was informed on Thursday.
Narendra Modi government may take up bills UPA failed to pass
The incoming Narendra Modi government may well corner credit for key anti-corruption and pro-governance bills that UPA-II failed to pass despite a last minute bid to push the legislations through Parliament.
NIA detains 4 persons in connection with the Patna serial blast case
In a major breakthrough, the National Investigative Agency (NIA) on Wednesday arrested four persons in connection with the Patna serial blasts case.
Sonia Gandhi hosts farewell party for PM Manmohan Singh, Rahul skips dinner
Two days before the announcement of results of Lok Sabha elections, Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday night hosted a farewell dinner for Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
CBI arrests former Delhi cop for cheating in civil service exam
The CBI has arrested a former sub-inspector of Delhi Police for being part of a racket of civil services aspirants using unfair means during the 2013 mains examinations, conducted by UPSC.
Parliament min Mukesh fails to manage floor of house
The opposition BJP staged a walkout for five consecutive days from the state assembly over humiliating remarks of the Chief Minister for the opposition and failure of the government to resolve the issue with the rivals.
SC likely to ask PMO`s role in Coalgate scam
The Supreme Court will hear the Coalgate case on Tuesday and it is likely that it may question the role of the Prime Minister’s Office in the scam.Prime Pinister Manmohan Singh was heading the coal ministry at that time and approved the coal block allocation proposal on October 1, 2005.
Pakistan attempting a second Kargil in Jammu-Kashmir?
The Indian Army is currently in the midst of one of the largest anti-infiltration operations in Jammu and Kashmir as they attempt to flush out around 30 to 40 militants who have occupied a ghost village along the Line of Control in Keran sector.
Teacher`s Day : it is celebration mode for everyone!
A great teacher is one a student remembers and cherishes forever. Teachers have long-lasting impacts on the lives of their students, and the greatest teachers inspire students toward greatness. A good teacher must know how to arouse the interest of the people in the field of study for which he is responsible.
Vivekanandas 111th death anniversary - pearls of wisdom from the master
July 4, 2013 marks the 111th death anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. Born on January 12, 1863 in Kolkata, the great yogi, during his short life of less than 40 years, had fundamentally changed the discourse on Hindu philosophy.
Army officers emerge as hero in flood-hit Uttarakhand
The 'men in olive green' have made supreme sacrifices in the line of duty but the sense of service and courage prompted two officers, currently posted in Jammu and Kashmir, to go beyond that call and helping people stranded in flood-hit Uttarakhand.
West Bengal Panchayat Elections : HC to hear case on central forces deployment
The Calcutta High Court on Tuesday is likely to hear the case on the deployment of central forces during Panchayat Elections in West Bengal. According to report, the state government will inform the court that it has not received any response from the Union Home Ministry apropos of troop deployment.
President lays the foundation stone of Nirbhaya Bhawan
The President of India, Pranab Mukherjee laid the foundation stone of ‘Nirbhaya Bhawan’ the permanent headquarters of National Commission for Women today (June 11, 2013) at a function at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi.
PM calls on Japanese Emperor ahead of his meet with counterpart Abe
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday called on Japanese Emperor Akihito and discussed bilateral ties and issues of mutual interest.
83% Indians view China as major security threat : Poll
Eighty three per cent of Indians view China as a major security threat, even as 63 per cent would like relation with the neighbouring country to be strengthened, an opinion poll has claimed.
After twin resignations, will the PM go?
The BJP-led opposition has stepped up its pressure on the UPA government by demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh even after he sacked Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal and Law Minister Ashwani Kumar over corruption charges.