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Cabinet clears Land Boundary Agreement Bill

Cabinet clears Land Boundary Agreement Bill

05 May 2015

New Delhi: The Bill to operationalise the Land Boundary Agreement with Bangladesh was on Tuesday cleared by the Union Cabinet and now includes territories in Assam along with those in West Bengal, Tripura and Meghalaya.

Land Boundary Agreement,   Bangladesh border,   Union Cabinet,   Assam border,   West Bengal,   Tripura,   Meghalaya,  
PM to launch three mega social security schemes on 9th May

PM to launch three mega social security schemes on 9th May

05 May 2015

New Delhi: After Jan Dhan, the government will launch three mega social security initiatives on Saturday -- one pension and two insurance schemes.

PM Modi,   Social Security Schemes,   West Bengal Assembly Elections,   PMJJBY,   PMSBY,   APY,   Latest Nation News ,  
Kashmiri Pandits demand composite township with minority status in Valley

Kashmiri Pandits demand composite township with minority status in Valley

05 May 2015

Jammu: Kashmiri Pandits on Tuesday demanded that a composite township be raised for their rehabilitation in Kashmir Valley along with grant of minority status and reservations in jobs and ten Assembly seats for the community.

Kashmiri Pandit,   Kashmir valley,   Jammu and Kashmir assembly,   Minority status,   Minority status to Kashmiri Pandits ,  
 India insists on urgent UN Security Council reform

India insists on urgent UN Security Council reform

05 May 2015

United Nations: Advocating urgent UN Security Council reform, India has said it agrees with the assessment that it is "presumptuous" of the five permanent members to claim responsibility for global security when they represent only 1.9 billion of the world's seven billion population.

UN Security Council reform,   India,   Security Council,   UN,   General Assembly,   UNSC,   Prakash Guptam latest world news,  
Women banned from taking part in polls in Pakistan region

Women banned from taking part in polls in Pakistan region

01 May 2015

Islamabad: In a bizarre diktat out of sync with modern-day ethos, the Jirga (religious assembly) in Gilgit Baltistan -- an eight-hour drive from the Pakistan capital -- has banned women from taking part in the coming Assembly elections slated for June 8.

Women banned from Poll,   Assembly Election,   Polls in Pakistan,   Gilgit Baltistan,   Jirga,   Women contest,   Pakistan,   Latest World News,  
Make <strong>election</strong> of UN secretary-general an open, democratic process: India

Make election of UN secretary-general an open, democratic process: India

28 Apr 2015

United Nations: With the election of a secretary-general looming next year amid rising major global challenges, India has called for making the selection of a successor to Ban Ki-moon an open, democratic process where all member nations have a greater say.

elections,   UN secretary general,   democratic process,   Ban ki moon,   Security council,   UN members,   General assembly,   Latest nation news,  
Transport strike affects normal life in <strong>Tripura</strong>

Transport strike affects normal life in Tripura

30 Apr 2015

Agartala: Normal life in Tripura was affected on Thursday as all means of public transport stayed off the roads in support of a nationwide strike called by unions to protest the proposed Road Transport Bill.

Tripura transport strike,   Tripura strike,   Road Transport Bill,   Centre of Indian Trade Unions,   CITU,   latest states news ,  
JMM will contest Bihar <strong>assembly</strong> <strong>election</strong>: Hemant Soren

JMM will contest Bihar assembly election: Hemant Soren

19 Apr 2015

Jamshedpur: The Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) would contest the assembly election in Bihar which is slated to be held later this year, Hemant Soren, the newly elected working president of the party said on Sunday.

Bihar Assembly Election,   JMM,   Hemant Soren,   Land Bill,   Jharkhand Government,   Latest State News ,  
Parties turn to Indian flavour in UK poll campaign 

Parties turn to Indian flavour in UK poll campaign 

03 May 2015

London: Besides the closest election battle, the May 7 general election in Britain is also set to go down in history as the one with the most Indian flavour.

Britain elections,   Election in Britain,   Prime Minister David Cameron,   Keith Vaz,   constituency of Leicester ,  
 Maharashtra Rent Act may exempt commercial establishments

Maharashtra Rent Act may exempt commercial establishments

03 May 2015

Mumbai:  The Maharashtra government has proposed in its yet to be released housing policy that all commercial and residential establishments will be excluded from the Maharashtra Rent Control Act which prohibits landlords from levying market rents.

Maharashtra Rent Act ,   Prakash Mehta,   Rent Control Act,   Maharashtra Assembly,   latest state news,  

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