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<strong>Anti</strong>-India <strong>activities</strong> will not be tolerated in India: Rajnath

Anti-India activities will not be tolerated in India: Rajnath

19 Apr 2015

Chandauli: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday said that any kind of anti-India activities will not be tolerated on the country's soil.

Union Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   Anti India activities,   JK government,   JK separatist ,  
Nitish asks BJP to explain '<strong>anti</strong>-national' <strong>activities</strong>

Nitish asks BJP to explain 'anti-national' activities

17 Apr 2015

Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Friday took strong exception to waving of Pakistani flags by separatist leader in PDP-BJP ruled Jammu and Kashmir and charged the saffron party with "compromising its ideology for greed of power".

Bihar Chief Minister,   Nitish Kumar,   BJP ,  PDP ,  Jammu and Kashmir,   Masarat Alam,   Pakistani Flags,   Latest State News ,  
 Mufti government will not tolerate <strong>anti</strong>-India <strong>activities</strong>: Deputy CM

Mufti government will not tolerate anti-India activities: Deputy CM

17 Apr 2015

Katra (J&K): In a stern warning to the separatists, Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh on Friday said the state government will act tough against them and not tolerate their 'provocative' actions in Jammu and Kashmir again.

Mufti Mohammad Sayeed,   Nirmal Singh ,   Kashmir government,   Geelani,   Masrat Alam,   Hurriyat Conference ,   Hurriyat,   Syed Ali Shah Geelani,   separatist leader,   Latest news on Masrat Alam,   latest stae news,   Anti India slogans,   Pro Pakistan Slogans,   Pakistani Falgs ,  
Masarat Alam's bail plea rejected

Masarat Alam's bail plea rejected

25 Apr 2015

Srinagar: A local court in Budgam on Saturday rejected the bail application of hardline Hurriyat Conference leader Masarat Alam Bhat.

Masarat Alam,   Bail plea,   Local Court,   Hurriyat Conference leader,   Anti India,   Public Safety Act,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Syed Ali Shah Geelani,   Latest States News,  
Dalmiya wants IPL to provide platform for CSR <strong>activities</strong>

Dalmiya wants IPL to provide platform for CSR activities

17 Apr 2015

Kolkata: The BCCI president Jagmohan Dalmiya today urged the high-profile Indian Premier League T20 cricket tournament to provide a platform to serve humanity by taking up social welfare programmes.

BCCI president,   Jagmohan Dalmiya,   Indian Premier League,   T20 cricket tournament,   social welfare programmes,   IPL 8,   IPL 2015,   Latest news,  
1984 <strong>anti</strong>-Sikh riots convict gets interim bail

1984 anti-Sikh riots convict gets interim bail

21 Apr 2015

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday granted 10 days' interim bail to Balwan Khokhar, a convict in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots who is serving life imprisonment.

1984 anti Sikh riots,   Interim bail,   Delhi High Court,   Convicts,   Riot,   Latest States News,  
Masarat Alam booked for unlawful <strong>activities</strong> in Srinagar

Masarat Alam booked for unlawful activities in Srinagar

15 Apr 2015

Srinagar:  About a month after being controversially released from a jail, separatist leader Masarat Alam was here on Wednesday booked for unlawful activities. But he was not arrested.

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister,   Mufti Mohammad Sayeed,   Masarat Alam,   Srinagar,   Hyderpora,   Syed Ali Geelani,   Pakistan Flags,   Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh,   Latest State News ,  
Xi lauds Pakistan for backing China's <strong>anti</strong>-terror crackdown

Xi lauds Pakistan for backing China's anti-terror crackdown

21 Apr 2015

Islamabad: Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday lauded Pakistan for its anti-terror campaign, especially for its support in the crackdown on separatists in the restive Muslim dominated Xinjiang province, at a time when India is pressing Islamabad to contain cross-border terrorism.

Xi lauds,   Pakistan,   China,   anti terror crackdown,   separatists,   Xinjiang,   Islamabad ,   cross border terrorism,   Latest world news,  
Neeraj Kumar appointed as consultant for BCCI's <strong>anti</strong>-corruption unit

Neeraj Kumar appointed as consultant for BCCI's anti-corruption unit

21 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Former Delhi Police commissioner Neeraj Kumar was on Monday appointed as consultant to the anti-corruption unit of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in a move to strengthen it.

Neeraj Kumar,   BCCI anti-corruption unit,   BCCI consultant,   BCCI,   Board of Control for Cricket in India,   Madhusudan Sharma,   sports news,  
Centre targets acetone imports with <strong>anti</strong>-dumping duty

Centre targets acetone imports with anti-dumping duty

19 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Training its gun on below-cost shipments, the Centre has imposed an anti-dumping duty of up to USD 271.37 per tonne on imports of a product, used mainly by the pharmaceutical sector, from China and Saudi Arabia.

Below cost shipments,   Centre,   Anti dumping duty,   Imports,   Pharmaceutical sector,  

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