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SC says condition of Vrindavan widows 'bad' despite its orders

SC says condition of Vrindavan widows 'bad' despite its orders

20 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Noting that there was "no" improvement in "pitiable" living conditions of widows in shelter homes at Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh, the Supreme Court on Friday asked a senior state official to ensure compliance of its earlier orders within 45 days.

Supreme Court,   Vrindavan Widows,   Uttar Pradesh,  National Commission for Women,  
<strong>Spelling</strong> <strong>Bee</strong> winning word wrongly spelled, claim experts

Spelling Bee winning word wrongly spelled, claim experts

02 Jun 2013

Spelling Bee spells it wrong? 'Knaidel', the word that won 13-year-old Indian-American Arvind Mahankali the Scripps National Spelling Bee crown may have been wrongly spelled, Jewish linguists have claimed.

Spelling Bee,   Arvind Mahankali,   Jewish linguist on spelling bee,   Knaidel,   YIVO linguists,   Scripps National Spelling Bee,  
 Unacceptable levels of pollution in Delhi: Study

Unacceptable levels of pollution in Delhi: Study

20 Feb 2015

New Delhi: You must be breathing "unacceptable levels" of toxic air in Delhi as the national capital city is literally gasping because of skyrocketing levels of air pollution, according to a new data.

Delhi,   national capital city,   air pollution,   Metro rail protects,   Environment ,  
CCEA gives nod to highway projects worth Rs 8,600 crore

CCEA gives nod to highway projects worth Rs 8,600 crore

20 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The government on Thursday approved over Rs 8,600 crore of highway projects in Uttar Pradesh, Odisha and Chhattisgarh. The total cost of this project is estimated to be Rs 1999.85 crore and total length of the road will be approximately 145 kms.

CCEA,   highway projects,   NHDP,   National Highway,   six laning,   ,  
Nine trainee IPS officers test positive for swine flu in Hyderabad

Nine trainee IPS officers test positive for swine flu in Hyderabad

21 Feb 2015

Hyderabad: Nine trainee IPS officers at the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy here have tested positive for swine flu.

swine flu,   Hyderabad,   IPS officers,   Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy,   H1N1 virus,  
15 Indian-American students qualify for <strong>Spelling</strong> <strong>Bee</strong> semis

15 Indian-American students qualify for Spelling Bee semis

30 May 2013

A total of 15 Indian-American students, including six girls, have made it to the national Spelling Bee semifinals, making it almost one-third of the total 42 candidates who have qualified.

Indian-American students,   Spelling Bee,   Quiz competition in America,   Scripps National Spelling Bee,  
<strong>National</strong> Games: Dutee smashes meet record in heats, SSCB remain on top

National Games: Dutee smashes meet record in heats, SSCB remain on top

10 Feb 2015

Thiruvananthapuram: Controversial teen sprinter Dutee Chand set the track ablaze in the qualifiers itself with a new meet record even as Services Sports Control Board tightened its grip around the overall title by maintaining the top position in the 35th National Games on Tuesday.

Dutee Chand,   Services Sports Control Board,   National Games,   Indian athletes,   Sports meet ,  
BSE to shift 21 companies to restricted trade segment from February 23

BSE to shift 21 companies to restricted trade segment from February 23

18 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Leading stock exchange BSE will move stocks of as many as 21 companies, including Elder Pharmaceuticals and Clutch Auto, to restricted trading segment from next week as part of surveillance measures.

BSE,   Restricted Trade Segment,   NSE,   National Stock Exchange,   SEBI guidelines ,  
J-K Highway closed for 2nd day

J-K Highway closed for 2nd day

20 Feb 2015

Jammu: In the wake of heavy rain and snowfall, the 300-km long Jammu-Srinagar national highway, the only surface link between Kashmir and rest of the country, remained closed for vehicular traffic for the second consecutive day on Friday.

Jammu and Kashmir Highway,   Jammu and Kashmir,   rainfall Jammu and Kashmir,   Jammu-Srinagar national highway,  
Sensex logs 1st drop in 8 days, down 230 points as RIL tumbles 3 percent

Sensex logs 1st drop in 8 days, down 230 points as RIL tumbles 3 percent

20 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Logging its first drop in eight days, the benchmark Sensex on Friday slipped by 230.86 points to end at 29,231.41 led by profit-booking in bluechips, including RIL.

BSE Sensex,   FMCG sectors,   National Stock Exchange,   Nifty,   Nikkei Index,   Asian Markets,  

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