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2 Bedroom Independent House for sale in Sector 25, Chandigarh City

# 2666, Near Dainik Bhaskar, Chandigarh, Sector 25, Chandigarh City - 160014 (Chandigarh)Chandigarh exactly in the back of Dainik Bhaskar Office - Fully Marbled Independent House - Cheap PriceDon't...
Source : Propertywala |
Category : Others | City : Chandigarh

Chandulal Shaha elected on Journalist Welfare Fund Trust

Founder editor of Dainik Bhramar Chandulal Shaha was elected as non-official member of the Journalist Welfare Fund Trust....
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Return of Congress good for India: Rahul Gandhi

vice president Rahul Gandhi has said if his party returns to power in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, it will be good for the country.In an interview to Hindi newspaper Dainik Bhaskar, Gandhi said: "For the country's good, it is important for the Congress to return to power."Asked if the Congress will nominate him for the prime ministerial post, Gandhi said he is ready to take charge of any resp...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : National | City : New Delhi

I am ready to assume responsibility, says Rahul Gandhi (Roundup)

party's prime ministerial candidate for the general election, Rahul Gandhi said he will abide by the party's orders and discharge "whatever responsibility" the organisation gives him "with all my sincerity".In an interview to the widely circulated Hindi daily Dainik Bhaskar published Tuesday, a rare media interaction by the rising leader, Gandhi said he did not agree with some of the ways of the Aam...
Source : Prokerala |
Category : National | City : National

I am ready to assume responsibility, says Rahul Gandhi

Shedding any doubts about his "reluctance" to become the Congress party's prime ministerial candidate for the general election, Rahul Gandhi said he will abide by the party's orders and discharge "whatever responsibility" the organisation gives him "with all my sincerity".In an interview to the widely circulated Hindi daily Dainik Bhaskar published Tuesday, a rare media interaction by the rising leader,...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : National | City : New Delhi

Rahul hints readiness to be PM nominee

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi has said in an interview that he is not shying away from the any responsibility indicating that he is prepared to be the PM nominee of the Congress.In an interview to Hindi newspaper Dainik Bhaskar, he said he will take up whatever responsibility is given to him by the party and do it to the best of his ability."We are a democratic organisation. We believe in d...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : Sports | City : New Delhi

Rahul Gandhi statement suggests willingness to accept PM nomination

has said that he is willing to accept any responsibility conferred upon him by his party. The statement, made in an interview to Hindi newspaper Dainik Bhaskar, is his strongest hint yet that he is ready to be named as prime ministerial candidate."Just as at present, I will take up whatever responsibility is given to me by my party in the future and do it diligently to the best of my abilities," he...
Source : Ndtv |
Category : Others | City : New Delhi

Govt says Hindi on social media only for Hindi-speaking states

Facing criticism from various sections, government on Friday said the use of Hindi on social media is only for states speaking the language and is not being imposed on non-Hindi-speaking states. “Use of Hindi on government of India’s social media platforms is only for Hindi-speaking states. Hindi is not being imposed on non-Hindi-speaking states,” an official spokesperson said.“Existing policy on Hindi...
Source : Rediff |
Category : National

'India may dream in Hindi but aspires to write in English'

Atlanta."India may dream in Hindi, sleep in Hindi, but it aspires to read in English. The population of Hindi readers is much fewer than English readers in India,"JAIPUR: India may dream in Hindi but aspires to write in English, is the argument presented by"India may dream in Hindi, sleep in Hindi, but it aspires to read in English. The population of Hindi readers is much fewer thanShe was participating...
Source : The Economic Times |
Category : Business

Narendra Modi government's Hindi controversy: P Chidamabaram cautions centre over imposing Hindi on

Narendra Modi government's Hindi controversy: P Chidamabaram cautions centre over imposing Hindi on non-Hindi speaking statesFormer finance minister and Congress leader P Chidambaram on Friday advised the Centre to be watchful over imposing Hindi on non-Hindi speaking states like Tamil Nadu, and cautioned it about a possible backlash."There will be a backlash in non-Hindi states. I think the government...
Source : DNA |
Category : Headlines | City : Ahmedabad
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