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Goa Chief Minister implores <strong>against</strong> communally sensitive comments

Goa Chief Minister implores against communally sensitive comments

28 Feb 2015

Panaji: No one should make statements which can disturb the communal harmony in Goa said Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar, even as the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) on Friday commented that it would make efforts to re-convert Goan Christians to Hinduism.

communal harmony in Goa,   Goa CM,   Laxmikant Parsekar,   VHP,   Goan Christians,   Goan Hindus,  
SEBI disposes of case <strong>against</strong> four companies

SEBI disposes of case against four companies

28 Feb 2015

Mumbai: SEBI on Friday disposed of cases against four firms related to failure to resolve investor grievances as well as not getting registration with its online complaint redressal system, as the entities were in the process of liquidation.

SEBI,   investor grievances,   liquidation,   Essem Coa ted Steel,   Rainbow Steels,   Indian Magnetics Tapes,   Jay Rapid Roller,   SCORES,  
Up to India to join international coalition <strong>against</strong> IS: US

Up to India to join international coalition against IS: US

27 Feb 2015

Washington: US has said it is for India to decide Whether it wants to join the international coalition to combat the threat posed by violent extremism, particularly the dreaded Islamic State terrorist outfit.

India,   US,   IS,   ISIS,   coalition against IS,  
Om Puri supports agitation <strong>against</strong> land bill

Om Puri supports agitation against land bill

27 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Veteran actor Om Puri has extended support to those opposing the land bill saying he is in 'agreement' with their agitation and also expressed his willingness to take active part in it.

Om Puri,   land bill,   Anna Hazare,   IFFP,   Prakash Jha,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Kiran Bedi,   ,  
 Asian herb holds promise <strong>against</strong> Ebola

Asian herb holds promise against Ebola

27 Feb 2015

Washington: A promising small molecule derived from an Asian herb has successfully inhibited infection of human white blood cells, thus preventing Ebola virus disease in mice, US researchers report.

Asian herb,   Ebola,   white blood cells,   Ebola virus,   US researchers,  
Coal scam: Court to consider <strong>CBI</strong> charge sheet on 2nd March

Coal scam: Court to consider CBI charge sheet on 2nd March

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: A special court on Thursday fixed March 2 for considering CBI's chargesheet filed in a coal blocks allocation scam case pertaining to Delhi-based company Rathi Steel and Power Ltd.

Coal scam,   CBI,   Rathi Steel and Power Ltd,   Delhi based coal company,  
Mamata asks CPI(M) to join her fight <strong>against</strong> communalism

Mamata asks CPI(M) to join her fight against communalism

27 Feb 2015

Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday said she was ready to work with opposition CPI(M) on the issue of secularism and warned her government would take stern steps if incidents of conversions took place in the state.

West Bengal Chief Minister,   Mamata Banerjee,   CPI(M),   VHP,   Trinamool Congress,   International Mother Language Day,  
STD calls to cost less as TRAI slashes network charge

STD calls to cost less as TRAI slashes network charge

24 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Long distance domestic telephone calls are set to become cheaper as regulator TRAI on Tuesday slashed a network charge that one operator pays to another for carrying the call by about 50 percent to 35 paise a minute.

Telephone calls,   STD calls,   TRAI,   Network charge,   Calling charges ,  
<strong>CBI</strong> files charge sheet <strong>against</strong> BJD MP in chit fund scam

CBI files charge sheet against BJD MP in chit fund scam

19 Feb 2015

New Delhi: CBI on Thursday filed charge sheet against Lok Sabha MP Ram Chandra Hansdah of Biju Janata Dal and seven others including two companies in connection with chit funds scam related to Nabadiganta Capital company.

CBI,   BJD MP,   Ram Chandra Hansdah,   Chit Fund Scam,  
Rupee falls 10 paise <strong>against</strong> dollar in morning trade

Rupee falls 10 paise against dollar in morning trade

27 Feb 2015

Mumbai: The rupee weakened by 10 paise to 61.85 against US dollar in morning trade on Friday at the Interbank Foreign Exchange due to rise in the Greenback's value against other currencies overseas.

Rupee,   dollar,   Rupee vs Dollar,   Forex dealer,   Interbank Foreign Exchange,   BSE Sensex,  

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