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NEW DELHI: A year ago, India's most wanted terrorist Yasin Bhatkal alias Ahmad Zarar Siddibappa was arrested by the intelligence agencies for carrying out a series of blasts across the country since 2007.
The Congress in Telangana received a setback Sunday when its one of the legislators quit the party and announced his decision to join the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi .
Andhra Pradesh government is staring at an uphill task of developing a capital city for the state with an expert committee suggesting that the main government and other institutions be distributed across three different regions instead of the capital being established at any particular place.
Indian students ponied up more than $5 billion in the 2008-2012 period to study in the US .
An expert committee constituted by the Ministry of Home Affairs to look into an alternate capital site for the successor state of Andhra Pradesh has recommended "decentralised development" of the state and has identified three sub-regions where "capital functions and other institutions can be distributed".
Militarisation of this nature, that too by a historically proven genocidal State and by its military, is perhaps the most important reason, why the military-less nation of Eezham Tamils can't expect any political solution working within a united island and that they should seek independence.
Chennamaneni Vidyasagar Rao, a prominent BJP leader from Telangana, was on Saturday sworn in as the Governor of Maharashtra, following the resignation of K Sankaranarayanan.
In one more sign of warming cross-border ties, Bangladesh says it is keen to supply rice to food-deficient northeastern states and can allow all its ports, in "mutual interest", to ferry goods bound for the region, a Tripura minister has said, quoting the Bangladeshi prime minister.
Tier-II cities have to now face a bigger challenge as the scope for absorption here is much less than the big four metros.
Students from India, China and South Korea are major contributors to the US economy with the country earning US$21.8 billion in tuition fees and US$12.8 billion in living costs in the 2008-2012 period, Press Trust of India reports.
The annual Ganesh festival began on a grand scale across Hyderabad and other districts of Telangana as well as Andhra Pradesh today.
Seoul is sending more students to U.S. universities than any other foreign city, followed by Beijing and Shanghai, according to a new analysis of federal data that shows in vivid detail a huge surge of visitors from overseas in recent years seeking higher education in the United States.
Foreign countries are sending tens of thousands of students to American universities every year, propping up school budgets and contributing billions of dollars to the U.S. economy.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 12:03 am
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