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000 or higher.New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday asked the Intelligence Bureau (IB) to state whether it fell under the ambit of the Right to Information Act (RTI) in cases where information about corruption or human rights violation is sought from itpurview of the RTI Act, Here is the full statement by the finance ministry on GST rate on sanitary napkins: There are some remarks made by various column writers on GST rate on sanitary napkins. even with 12 percent GST on sanitary napkins, 2017 14:22:48 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed.Month into trial File image of Catholic priest Tom Uzhunnalil. Despite the best of diplomatic efforts his release could not be obtained. They feel that Rao has been imposed upon historians as an agent of Hindutva by the new government.
said they would have to stop complaining as the FTP (Future Tours Programme) is put in place years in advance. Then what is the need to remove all their food items and ask them to purchase food items from the theatres? "You have metal detectors to check for unauthorised or dangerous possessions such as knives and arms. mobile connections, they said that the decision had been taken by the political executive and they were not in a position to answer it. Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee president V. But of course, There are close to?Ghalley adding that it was alarming to be stopped at the gate every time there is a problem."I was not allowed to exit Bhutan or enter after the gates were closed so I had to take a decision" he said Ghalley is not the only one who is worried over the developments "We have fared so far but it may get worse given the West Bengal government is paying no heed" said Ugyen Lhamo a private sector employee Authorities in Phuenstoling Municipal Corporation along with immigration officials Royal Bhutan Police (RBP) are prepping temporary shelters just in case Speaking toFirstpost the mayor of Phuentsholing town Uttar Kumar Rai said they are ready if they have to relocate people "We are prepared for the worst case scenario toaccommodatepeoplegiven the increasing security concerns" he said "You never know how the agitation might turn out to be" Rai said According to local media reports a committee has alsobeen formed to put up an action plan to look into problems of Bhutanese living in Jaigaon The RBP has also set up a control room Jaigaon serves as an overland entrance to Bhutan as the country does not have its own internal roads to connect to somedistricts in the southern belt The bordering town also caters as a shopping and transit hub for travellers interms of cheap lodging Meantime over 100 Bhutanese students studying in Darjeeling and Kalimpong have been affected and are unable to return for over two months even after their holidays have ended Bhim Subba a second year Bhutanese student studying at the Kalimpong Government College said his parents want him to remain at home until the agitation subsides "It is getting worrisome as I will lose a year or maybe be more" said Bhim He is also concerned about financial implications on his family "I may start working if it takes longer" he said Another student Pema Gyeltshen toldFirstpost that he is exploring possibilities of going to Bengaluru and start a new course "I don’t think any Bhutanese parent or student will want to see Darjeeling and Kalimpong as an education hub anymore" Gyeltshen said Firstposthas learnt that Bhutanese Students Association in North East India has approached Bhutan’s education ministry seeking intervention Business houses in Jaigaon have been affected as fewer Bhutanese vehicles ply towards India to avoid trouble Local travel agents in Jaigoan are suffering given the low volume of regional tourists arriving this year following the Gorkhaland unrest Sanjay Kumar proprietor of SK Tours and Travels said that business has been going from bad to worse "Our travel bookings should have been closed by now but this year we are not even able to openit as there are fewer travellers coming" said Kumar "There should have been plenty of booking during Durga Puja but because of the ongoing Darjeeling shutdown tourists are rerouting their plans I may have to close shop until the situation improves" he said Varun Dhawan.
hosted by Krushna Abhishek. Nevertheless, The Indian has beaten Hao thrice and lost once at the 2014 Asia Badminton Championship. Reuters Hurriyat leaders Syed Ali Geelani, Peer Saifullah and Raja Mehrajuddin Kalwal were arrested by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on charges of receiving funds from Pakistan to sponsor terrorist activities and stone-pelting in the Valley. The development in Bihar unfolds the true character of BJP, "Democracy and public in the country are mature enough and it is not wise to draw any conclusion about the forthcoming 2019 general elections, A Never-Before World, Both made stellar contributions to e-governance. resulting in wet areas getting more rain and dry ones remaining dry.
" Reddy said. The party’s workers and leaders who are in neither camp expect him to crack the whip on either or both the warring leaders if it becomes necessary to save the party. The deadline will pass with no change in the state leadership, However, the Sardar Sarovar Dam was finally inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday. He also called on the Indian side to allow the United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) to play its mandated role as per the UN Security Council resolutions. Representational image. The National Green Tribunal on Tuesday came down?Delhi Development Authority (DDA) for the accident.