Wednesday, August 12th, 2015
Beijing: At least 10 people have been killed and 40 others missing in two separate accidents at coal mines in China, state media reported today. Ten people were killed in a gas outburst at a coal mines in Southwest China’s Guizhou Province last night, state-run news agency reported. The explosion took place at the coal mines in Louxia Township of Pu’an County. Rescue operations are underway and authorities looking into the cause of the accident, the report said. In another incident, around 40 people were listed missing after a landslideRead More
Washington: Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has already instructed her attorney to hand over her private email server and a thumb drive containing all her work-related emails to the Justice Department to quell controversy surrounding her otherwise smooth slide to the Democratic nomination, the media reported. Quoting Clinton’s spokesman Nick Merrill, media reported that the undisputable Democratic presidential front-runner has ‘directed her team to give her email server’ which was exclusively during her years as the top US diplomat, to Justice Department as well as a thumb drive with allRead More
Jammu: A batch of 123 pilgrims today left for the cave shrine of Amarnath in the south Kashmir Himalayas, amid tight security. As many as 3,43,131 pilgrims have paid obeisance at the cave of Lord Shiva till yesterday. The batch comprising 65 men, six women, one child and 51 sadhus left in three vehicles from Bhagwati Nagar base camp here at 4.45 AM, a police official said. Amid tight security arrangements provided by CRPF, the pilgrims would reach their twin base camps at Pahalgam and Baltal by this evening, heRead More
New Delhi: Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan slammed the Congress party for hurling papers at Deputy Speaker M Thambidurai in the House yesterday. “It has crossed all limits today. They hurled papers at the Deputy Speaker. Is it appropriate on the part of the elected members to do this,” Mahajan asked while speaking to reporters outside Parliament House. The sloganeering members of Lok Sabha hurled papers at deputy Speaker M Thambidurai when the proceedings were on. The Lok Sabha was yesterday adjourned for the day after it witnessed uproarious scenes,Read More
Bhopal: Results of Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Class-II admission level exams 2014 have been declared. Candidates’ selection and merit lists have been uploaded on High Court’s website www.mphc.in. List of exam results has also been displayed on the notice board of MP High Court, Jabalpur. Marksheets are being sent by post for the candidates invited for interview.
Bhopal: Noted wildlife experts have lavished praise for success achieved by Madhya Pradesh in wildlife protection, specially conservation of tigers, vultures and reindeer. The experts attending 12th meeting of Madhya Pradesh State Wildlife Board and its members also praised leadership and commitment of Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan to wildlife protection. The Chief Minister said that along with wildlife protection, livelihoods of forest dwellers is also necessary. The Chief Minister said the better wildlife management has led to rise in their number. The government is totally committed to protectingRead More