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 Manjhi taking Bihar back to <strong>bad</strong> days of Lalu Prasad: BJP

Manjhi taking Bihar back to bad days of Lalu Prasad: BJP

26 Nov 2014

Patna: Opposition BJP on Wednesday trashed as "bundle of lies" the Jitan Ram Manjhi annual report card showcasing achievements of the government and charged it with "stealing" figures of previous NDA government to portray a "rosy" picture.

Jitan Ram Manjhi,   Lalu Prasad Yadav,   BJP,   NDA government,   Nitish Kumar,  
Realty sector welcomes FAR hike; wants increase in density

Realty sector welcomes FAR hike; wants increase in density

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Real estate industry hailed increase in floor area ratio (FAR) and ground coverage for plots in Delhi, saying the move would allow more built up area on bigger land parcels, but felt that housing supply would not be boosted till height and density norms are eased.

Real estate,   Industry,   Floor area ratio,   FAR,   Delhi,   Housing,  
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is not going to kick off: <strong>Delhi</strong> HC

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is not going to kick off: Delhi HC

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court rapped the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) for "not doing their job" while observing that the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is not going to kick off in this manner.

Delhi High Court,   Municipal Corporation of Delhi,   MCD,   Swachh Bharat Abhiyan,   Clean India,  
Wearing helmet optional for Sikh women: <strong>Delhi</strong> High Court

Wearing helmet optional for Sikh women: Delhi High Court

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi government on Wednesday informed the High Court here that it has made wearing of helmet optional for Sikh women while driving a two-wheeler or riding pillion.

Wearing helmet,   Sikh women,   Delhi High Court,   G. Rohini,   R.S. Endlaw,   Zubeda Begum,   Motor Vehicle Act,   Sikh men,   Delhi Motor Vehicle Rules,   ,  
Tendulkar's autobiography launch celebrated in <strong>Delhi</strong>

Tendulkar's autobiography launch celebrated in Delhi

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar's autobiography 'Playing It My Way' saw its launch in the national capital as the event celebrated the book's crossing a record 200,000 copies.

Sachin Tendulkar,   autobiography,   launch,   celebration,   cricket,   sports,   cricket legend,  
Australian batsman Phil Hughes in critical <strong>condition</strong> after being hit by bouncer

Australian batsman Phil Hughes in critical condition after being hit by bouncer

25 Nov 2014

Sydney: Australia Test batsman Phil Hughes has been rushed to St Vincent's Hospital after being knocked out by a bouncer during a match between Sheffield Shield and New South Wales (NSW) at the SCG here on Tuesday.

Australian batsman,   Phil Hughes,   Hughes critical condition,   St Vincent's Hospital,   Hughes injured,   Hughes serious,   Sean Abbott delivery,  
Shiv Sena threatens to expose media which project it in <strong>bad</strong> light

Shiv Sena threatens to expose media which project it in bad light

25 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Accusing media of being biased, Shiv Sena on Tuesday threatened to expose media organisations which mislead the people and make "irresponsible comments" on the saffron party.

Shiv Sena,   Sena threatens media,   Sena accuses media,   media irresponsible comments,   Saamana,  
<strong>Delhi</strong> government sets up helpline for info on Ebola

Delhi government sets up helpline for info on Ebola

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Delhi government has set up a control room and helpline in the city for internal monitoring of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) and to provide information about the disease to the public.

Delhi government,   Ebola helpline,   Ebola,   control room,   Ebola Virus Disease,   EVD,   IGI Airport,   ,  
DUSIB announces free night shelters this winter

DUSIB announces free night shelters this winter

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: There is some comforting news for the homeless this winter season. The Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board has announced that its night shelters across the capital will provide free service to the homeless from December 1 this year to March 15, 2015.

DUSIB,   night shelters,   homeless in Delhi,   night shelters in Delhi ,  
Public Accounts Committee blames Railways for Rs 3,258 crore loss in Kashmir project

Public Accounts Committee blames Railways for Rs 3,258 crore loss in Kashmir project

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Not happy over the way the Kashmir rail link project is being executed, a parliamentary panel has expressed serious concern over losses of more than Rs 3,200 crore due to various factors like bad planning, inadequate surveys and delayed decisions by Railways.

Public Accounts Committee,   Kashmir rail link project,   bad planning,   inadequate surveys,   delayed decisions,   K V Thomas,   ,  

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