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Modi rally serial blasts: NIA frames <strong>charges</strong> <strong>against</strong> eleven

Modi rally serial blasts: NIA frames charges against eleven

06 Jan 2015

Patna: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) Special Court on Tuesday framed charges against 11 accused, all suspected to be members of banned IM and SIMI, for the serial blasts at Prime Minister, the then Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's 'Hunkar Rally' at Gandhi Maidan in Patna on October 27, 2013.

Modi Rally,   Serial Blasts,   National Investigation Agency,   NIA,   IM,   SIMI,   Indian PM,   Narendra Modi,   National Security Guards,   NSG,   ,  
BJP attacks AAP with 'bribery, falsehood' <strong>charges</strong>

BJP attacks AAP with 'bribery, falsehood' charges

05 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The BJP on Thursday rounded off its campaign for the Delhi polls with another salvo at AAP as it accused the party of distributing money and liquor to woo voters and also claimed that it was misleading the people with false promises and rumours.

BJP,   Delhi polls,   AAP,   Delhi voters,   Arvind Kejriwal,  
RBI warns banks <strong>against</strong> making 'mockery' of its lending operations

RBI warns banks against making 'mockery' of its lending operations

20 Feb 2015

MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank of India is getting tougher on extending unlimited credit to the country's banks to try to ensure they push interest rate cuts through the financial system and to stop them from making what one official called a "mockery" of its operations.

Reserve Bank of India,   RBI,   RBI credit,   Banks,   Interest rate,   Rate cut,   Financial system,  
Rupee gains 14 paise <strong>against</strong> dollar in morning trade

Rupee gains 14 paise against dollar in morning trade

20 Feb 2015

Mumbai: The rupee recovered by 14 paise at 62.20 against US dollar in morning trade on Friday at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market on fresh selling of the American currency by exporters.

Rupee,   US dollar,   Interbank Foreign Exchange,   American currency,   BSE Sensex,  
Inaction <strong>against</strong> attacks on UN peacekeepers dangerous: India

Inaction against attacks on UN peacekeepers dangerous: India

18 Feb 2015

United Nations: India has criticised the United Nations over lack of any "specific concrete action" by member states to penalise those who attack UN peacekeepers and warned that it might have "dangerous implications" for the maintenance of international peace and security.

UN,   attacks on peacekeepers,   India,   UN Ambassador,   Asoke Kumar Mukerji ,  
Zimbabwe look for revival <strong>against</strong> minnows UAE

Zimbabwe look for revival against minnows UAE

18 Feb 2015

Nelson: Zimbabwe will be looking to put their World Cup campaign back on track when they take on cricket minnows United Arab Emirates in their second Pool B game at Saxton Oval, here on Thursday.

Zimbabwe cricket team,   Cricket World Cup,   United Arab Emirates cricket team,   Saxton Oval ,  
Bangladesh police <strong>charges</strong> Khaleda Zia for instigating violence

Bangladesh police charges Khaleda Zia for instigating violence

04 Feb 2015

Dhaka: Bangladesh opposition leader Khaleda Zia was on Wednesday charged by the police with 'instigation' of the fire-bombing of a bus that left 7 people dead amid escalating political crisis in the country that has claimed 60 lives within a month.

Prime Minister of Bangladesh,   Sheikh Hasina,   Bangladesh Police,   Bangladesh Nationalist Party,   BNP Chief,   Khaleda Zia,  
<strong>CBI</strong> to probe RBI, SEBI for turning blind eye on ponzi scams: SC

CBI to probe RBI, SEBI for turning blind eye on ponzi scams: SC

14 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Supreme Court on Friday directed CBI to probe RBI and SEBI saying these regulatory bodies cannot turn a "blind eye" to the multi-crore chit fund scam spreading across several states.

CBI,   Capital market regulator,   SEBI,   ponzi scams,   chit fund scam,   Saradha scam,  
Guard <strong>against</strong> sugar addiction to avoid health problems

Guard against sugar addiction to avoid health problems

18 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Sugar can be addictive, but its excessive consumption can cause health problems. So, as much as you can, avoid a sugar glut. Here explains the harmful effects of too much sugar.

sugar addiction,   health problems,   sugar consumption,   processed foods,  
Trinamool may move SC <strong>against</strong> <strong>CBI</strong> 'misuse'

Trinamool may move SC against CBI 'misuse'

05 Jan 2015

Kolkata: West Bengal's ruling Trinamool Congress on Sunday indicated it might move the Supreme Court against the "misuse" of the Central Bureau Investigation by the Central government in the Saradha scam probe to "settle political scores" with the party.

TMC,   TMC government,   CBI,   Central government,   Saradha scam,  

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