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Indian CWG para-powerlifter caught for doping

Indian CWG para-powerlifter caught for doping

24 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Indian contingent at the Commonwealth Games was on Thursday left red-faced after para-powerlifter Sachin Choudhary returned positive for a banned substance in an out-of-competition test conducted by the National Anti-Doping Agency last month.

Indian contingent at CWG,   Commonwealth Games,   para-powerlifter,   Sachin Choudhary,   National Anti-Doping Agency,  
DMK expels former minister V Mullaivendhan for <strong>anti</strong>-party <strong>activities</strong>

DMK expels former minister V Mullaivendhan for anti-party activities

19 Jul 2014

Chennai: DMK on Saturday announced expulsion of former minister V Mullaivendhan for anti-party activities but dropped disciplinary action against most of the 33 leaders, including former union minister SS Palanimanickam, suspended last month, accepting their explanations.

DMK,   former minister V Mullaivendhan,   union minister,   SS Palanimanickam,   DMK general secretary,   K Anbazhagan ,  
Govt to act against NGOs aiding Maoist <strong>activities</strong>

Govt to act against NGOs aiding Maoist activities

16 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Talking tough on the Maoist menace, the Centre on Wednesday said action would be initiated against NGOs and organisations receiving funds legally from various sources and utilising it for anti-national activities.

NGO,   Maoist activities,   Parliament,   Communist Party of Philippines,   CPI,   Maoist,  
435 people, 139 Maoists killed in Odisha in 14 years: Naveen Patnaik

435 people, 139 Maoists killed in Odisha in 14 years: Naveen Patnaik

21 Jul 2014

Bhubaneswar: Maoists have killed 435 persons including 210 police personnel during the last 14 years while the security personnel eliminated 139 rebels during the same time, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik said on Monday.

Maoists,   Dilip Ray,   Naveen Patnaik,   Ultras,   anti-Maoist operations,  
Activists concerned over shrinking forest cover in Chhattisgarh

Activists concerned over shrinking forest cover in Chhattisgarh

18 Jul 2014

Raipur: Voicing concern over the increasing mining and encroachment activities in Chhattisgarh forest, environment activists said that forest is being sacrificed in the name of development. They added that forest is losing its green cover due to these illegal activities.

encroachment activities,   Chhattisgarh forest,   Indian State of Forest Report,   green cover,   social activist,   Ramesh Agrawal,   ,  
Bengal to launch <strong>anti</strong>-trafficking committees

Bengal to launch anti-trafficking committees

17 Jul 2014

Kolkata: The West Bengal government on Thursday launched guidelines for forming Child Protection Committees (CPCs) across all villages of the state to maintain vigilance and monitor child trafficking, said officials.

Bengal,   anti-trafficking committees,   West Bengal government,   Child Protection Committees,   CPCs,  
Researchers develop <strong>anti</strong>-glare display for smartphone

Researchers develop anti-glare display for smartphone

17 Jul 2014

Washington: Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have developed a novel glass surface that can provide anti-glare, anti-reflective display for your smartphone, allowing you to use the device in bright light.

Smartphone,   smartphone display,   anti-glare,   anti-glare display,   anti-glare display for smartphone,  
UGC invites applications from NGOs to fight <strong>ragging</strong>

UGC invites applications from NGOs to fight ragging

15 Jul 2013

In the recent years, ragging has emerged as major woe for new entrants of colleges acroos the country. The University Grants Commission (UGC) has now invited applications from NGOs that are involved in the field of monitoring activities in the social sector on a pan-India level, to take up the role of watchdog to restrain ragging in educational institutions.

UGC ropes NGOs,   NGO to fight ragging,   anti ragging activities,   UGC pairs with NGOs,   curb ragging,  
Companies can set up trusts, societies to implement CSR policy

Companies can set up trusts, societies to implement CSR policy

12 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Corporates can implement social welfare spending activities, as part of the new companies law, through the trusts and societies established by them or similar agencies with proven track record.

Corporates,   social welfare spending activities,   profitable companies,   Corporate Social Responsibility,   Companies Act,   ,  
BSP terms Budget as <strong>anti</strong>-poor

BSP terms Budget as anti-poor

11 Jul 2014

Lucknow: BSP supremo Mayawati strongly criticised general budget presented in the Lok Sabha, alleging that it was anti-poor and supported only capitalists.

BSP supremo Mayawati,   BSP,   Mayawati,   general budget,   BJP,  

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