Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath offered prayers at the famous Hanuman Setu temple here on Tuesday, a day after the Election Commission barred him from electioneering for 72 hours for likening the ongoing Lok Sabha polls to a contest between ‘Ali’ and ‘Bajrang Bali.’ The Chief Minister spent about 25 minutes at the temple and was seen bowing before the deity and sitting with folded hands to recite “Hanuman Chalisa.” He refused to take questions from the mediapersons, following the poll panel’s gag order. Ali is a revered figure in Islam. Bajrang Bali is another name for Lord Hanuman.
In 2018, the Revised National Tuberculosis Programme (RNTBP) was able to achieve notification by 21.5 lakh persons, which is an increase of 16% as compared to 2017 and the highest so far noted, said Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan while launching the ‘TB Harega, Desh Jeetega’ campaign here on Wednesday, along with the National Tuberculosis […]
We want Centre to start process of regularisation of unauthorised colonies immediately: Arvind Kejriwal
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Thursday that the Delhi government is ready to be a part of the regularisation of unauthorized colonies. “We invested ₹6000 cr. towards putting in place several amenities in these colonies over the last 4 years without waiting for an such move from the centre. We had given three to […]
Two batches of Indian pilgrims for Kailash Mansarovar yatra did not receive the necessary Chinese visa till Tuesday night. indicating an unusual procedural delay. Sources inform that the visas are issued at least a day before the beginning of the journey, but they have not been issued to the two batches who were to leave […]