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  • 'Festival of India' is underway in Cote D’ivoire, Liberia, Guinea
  • J&K: Official panel to ensure implementation of ban on private practice by medical faculty
  • Karnataka begins cloud seeding
  • Rajnath says Doklam standoff will be resolved soon
  • Ensuring quality education is aim of Modi Govt: Javedkar
  • Mehbooba announces Rs 10 cr additional funds for LAHDC Leh
  • Kazakhstan may lift ban on gasoline, diesel fuel exports in January
  • Early detection, universal screening of tertiary care centers to benefit people of HP: Nadda
  • Odisha Governor congratulate Naveen on getting outlook speak award
  • Rajini daughter Aishwarya files suit in HC against locking of family-run school by land owner
  • 3 arrested for murdering woman in Palamu over suspicion of witchcraft
  • Punjab to establish research centre for upgradation of syllabus of technical education, industrial training
  • Seven members of a family get lifer in murder case
  • Shah puts BJP's MP unit in poll gear
  • UP Shia Waqf Board advocates for Ram temple; Mosque to be built away
Abode

Abode of Happiness…

Nagpur: Dadarao Barsagde’s days became hellish after he was detected with leprosy five decades back and abandoned by kin but, subsequent to hitting rock bottom, his life was transformed by the messiah of Anandwan.

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A Herculean effort to make the 'baby elephant' fly

Ranchi: Jharkhand voted in its maiden majority-led government during 2014 and Chief Minister Raghubar Das has oft stated that politics for him is a medium to bring about change and put smiles back on the faces of more than 3 crore Jharkhandis who suffered to a considerable extent for about a decade owing to political instability, scams and other forms of graft.

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A 'digital' village lacking infrastructure

Jaipur: Eighty-five km south of Alwar District headquarters, a dirt road leads to Karenda, an extremely backward village with a population of approximately 2,000 mostly Meo Muslims who profess Islam but also follow Hindu customs.

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A historic step on the conservation front…

Earlier this year, the Uttarakhand High Court delivered two judgements granting legal rights to rivers and ecosystems considering them living entities, juristic, juridical and moral persons.

Tiger,

Tiger, tiger!

Kolkata: Though the big cat may be facing a bleak future in parts of India, within the Sundarbans National Park its number is fortunately stable thanks to meticulous conservation efforts that include an almost 100-km-long nylon net strung across the villageforest interface to prevent straying of the beast.

A Herculean effort to make the 'baby elephant' fly

A Herculean effort to make the 'baby elephant' fly

Ranchi: Jharkhand voted in its maiden majority-led government during 2014 and Chief Minister Raghubar Das has oft stated that politics for him is a medium to bring about change and put smiles back on the faces of more than 3 crore Jharkhandis who suffered to a considerable extent for about a decade owing to political instability, scams and other forms of graft. The vision of the Chief Minister and his team, to make the state rank among India’s prosperous ones, concretised with the Momentum Jharkhand Investors Summit 2017 and Mahendra Singh Dhoni was brand ambassador for the event that was nothing short of a platform to showcase the potential of a sleeping giant.

Tiger, tiger!

Tiger, tiger!

Kolkata: Though the big cat may be facing a bleak future in parts of India, within the Sundarbans National Park its number is fortunately stable thanks to meticulous conservation efforts that include an almost 100-km-long nylon net strung across the villageforest interface to prevent straying of the beast.

MEET KALGI – PERSON AND PHENOMENON

MEET KALGI – PERSON AND PHENOMENON

Ahmedabad: Premier Narendra Modi himself interacted in person with this 20-year-old social worker who especially focusses on betterment of visually-challenged girls and women.

Abode of Happiness…

Abode of Happiness…

Nagpur: Dadarao Barsagde’s days became hellish after he was detected with leprosy five decades back and abandoned by kin but, subsequent to hitting rock bottom, his life was transformed by the messiah of Anandwan.

TILLER’S SON PENS ENGLISH NOVEL

TILLER’S SON PENS ENGLISH NOVEL

By Chief Copy Editor Abhijit C Chandra ‘If you can believe, then you can achieve’ seems to be the overriding sentiment conveyed through the countenance of 40-year-old Binod Mairta – a humble Bihari ryot’s boy who is employed as a translator in the Rajya Sabha Secretariat and whose first book – a 264-page romantic thriller – was released on August 30, 2016.

Comrades up in arms

Comrades up in arms

All India United Trade Union Centre General Secretary Sankar Saha interacts with ‘Developing India Mirror’ Correspondent Divya Joshi Kumar on a range of issues pertaining to the labour sector Q.

A 'digital' village lacking infrastructure

A 'digital' village lacking infrastructure

Jaipur: Eighty-five km south of Alwar District headquarters, a dirt road leads to Karenda, an extremely backward village with a population of approximately 2,000 mostly Meo Muslims who profess Islam but also follow Hindu customs.

P.L.I.P.: Boon for Rayalaseema

P.L.I.P.: Boon for Rayalaseema

VIJAYAWADA: In the first major interlinking of Indian rivers, the dream of connecting the Krishna and the Godavari has been achieved through the medium of the Pattiseema Lift Irrigation Project, constructed to convey the Godavari’s water to the Krishna and commissioned by Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Nara Chandra Babu Naidu on July 6, 2016.

India at Rio

India at Rio

The basic principle of optimism tells us that we should always view a glass as “half filled” than “half empty”.

Silvr can give you a high!

Silvr can give you a high!

Bengaluru’s High Ultra Lounge D J Silvr has a heart-to-heart chat with ‘Developing India Mirror’ Correspondent Anu Ranjita Q.

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