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The world's largest retail chain Walmart, which began its two-city e-commerce pilot earlier this month, for instance, plans to roll out pan-Indian operations of its wholesale online venture around October.
Pope Benedict XVI just after taking over the Papacy reminded the Christians by saying, 'You have before you the task of seeking new ways to announce Christ in situations of rapid and often profound transformation, and of emphasizing the missionary character of all pastoral activity."
In the 2014 elections, the BJP won 66 out of 131 seats reserved for SC/ST candidates, which is the highest for any single party since 1991.
Staff Reporter, Bhopal Renewable Energy Minister Shri Rajendra Shukla has said that apart from conventional energy, the state government has decided to generate maximum power from unconventional sources also.
Bhopal, Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that the state government is committed to providing better revenue administration and facilities to common people.
It appears that there is no end to rape cases in our country. A 6 year old girl was raped three days back in a school by a school staff in Bangalore, which still has to be solved.
July 20: The Gaza conflict and the change of guard since the general election seem to have taken a toll on Delhi's political iftar scene.
Dance theatre piece Play is both a passing of time, and a vast playground, a place for experiments, for reaching out.
Paan Singh Tomar's story is now the stuff of films. But the land feud that turned the national champion into a dacoit revisited his family on July 13, leaving two dead and raising barely a ripple in the badlands of Chambal.
The National Human Rights Commission on Friday issued a notice to the Madhya Pradesh government, days after HT reported that a ruin was doubling up as a mortuary for the local gover nment hospital where doctors were conducting open-air autopsies in Sagar district's Garhakota.
With the forest-rich Chhattisgarh losing its green cover to development activities, mining and encroachment, environment activists have voiced their concern against the forests being "sacrificed" in the name of growth.
A woman lays flowers near a sign reading "Putin kills children" in front of the Dutch embassy in Kiev on Friday.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 03:28 am
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