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Uddhav not in panel for setting up <strong>Bal</strong> Thackeray's memorial

Uddhav not in panel for setting up Bal Thackeray's memorial

10 Dec 2014

Mumbai: In a U-turn from its earlier stand to include Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray in a panel to discuss construction of party patriarch Bal Thackeray's memorial, the Maharashtra government resolution (GR) has not included any political leaders in the committee.

Uddhav Thackeray,   not in panel,   Bal Thackeray's memorial,   Shiv Sena,   MNS,  
India expresses concern <strong>over</strong> developments in Maldives

India expresses concern over developments in Maldives

23 Feb 2015

New Delhi: India on Monday said it was concerned over recent developments in the Maldives, including the "arrest and manhandling" of former President Mohamed Nasheed, and asked all the involved to resolve their differences within the constitutional framework.

India Maldives relation,   Maldives crisis,   Mohamed Nasheed,   Foreign Ministry ,  
Gandhi's historic '<strong>toilet</strong> gallery' a picture of neglect

Gandhi's historic 'toilet gallery' a picture of neglect

29 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Even as the sanitation issue is garnering much attention, a 'toilet gallery' created out of Mahatma Gandhi's vision at a historic 'Harijan ashram' in the city to spread the message of social empowerment, remains a picture of utter neglect.

Mahatma Gandhi,   toilet gallery,   Harijan ashram,   Shauchalaya Pradarshni,   Harijan Sewak Sangh,   sanitation issue,   social empowerment,  
Amarinder Singh questions Badal's 'silence' <strong>over</strong> new land bill

Amarinder Singh questions Badal's 'silence' over new land bill

24 Feb 2015

Chandigarh: Questioning the "intriguing silence" of Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal over the new land bill, Congress leader Amarinder Singh on Tuesday said dilution of the pro-farmer Land Acquisition Act enacted by the previous UPA government in 2014, will not be allowed at any cost.

Amarinder Singh,   Parkash Singh Badal,   Land Acquisition Bill,   Land Acquisition Act ,  
Chelsea fan apologises <strong>over</strong> Paris Metro racism

Chelsea fan apologises over Paris Metro racism

23 Feb 2015

London: A former police officer and Chelsea fan apologised for his involvement in an alleged racist incident involving football supporters on a Paris Metro train.

Chelsea fan apologise,   football supporters,   Paris Metro train incident,  
Differences <strong>over</strong> Article 370, AFSPA 'ironed out': Mufti Mohammad Sayeed

Differences over Article 370, AFSPA 'ironed out': Mufti Mohammad Sayeed

24 Feb 2015

Jammu: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, who is likely to be the next Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, on Tuesday said differences with BJP over contentious issues like Article 370 and AFSPA have been ironed out in the Common Mininum Programme.

Peoples Democratic Party,   PDP,   Mufti Mohammad Sayeed,   Jammu and Kashmir,   AFSPA,   Common Mininum Programme,  
Pakistan fret <strong>over</strong> non-performing asset Younus Khan

Pakistan fret over non-performing asset Younus Khan

24 Feb 2015

Speculation is rife that Younus Khan will quit one-day cricket after the World Cup and chances are it would be far from a fairytale farewell for one of Pakistan's modern batting greats.

Younus Khan,   ICC ODI World Cup,   Pakistan cricket team,  
US raises concerns <strong>over</strong> 'Made in Indonesia' smartphone law

US raises concerns over 'Made in Indonesia' smartphone law

24 Feb 2015

JAKARTA/WASHINGTON: The United States is pressing Indonesia to relax local-content rules it believes will handicap efforts of tech firms such as Apple to expand into one of the world's last big markets where demand for high-end smartphone has yet to really take off.

Tech firmsm Smartphone,   Apple,   Samsung,   Smartphone markets,   US,   Indonesia,   High end smartphone,  
Swine flu claims 51 more lives; death toll reaches 926, <strong>over</strong> 16,000 affected

Swine flu claims 51 more lives; death toll reaches 926, over 16,000 affected

25 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Swine flu has claimed 51 more lives raising the toll to 926 even as the number of those affected by the H1N1 virus in the country breached the 16,000 mark on Wednesday.

Swine flu,   H1N1 virus,   Swine flu deaths,   Swine flu treatment,   Swine flu medicine,  
Uddhav <strong>Thackeray</strong> terms AAP win as 'tsunami', targets Modi

Uddhav Thackeray terms AAP win as 'tsunami', targets Modi

10 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Virtually targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday termed the sweeping AAP win in Delhi a 'tsunami' and congratulated AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal for the historic victory.

Narendra Modi,   Shiv Sena,   Uddhav Thackeray,   AAP,   Delhi polls,   Arvind Kejriwal,  

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