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US spied on Japan <strong>government</strong>, companies: WikiLeaks

US spied on Japan government, companies: WikiLeaks

31 Jul 2015

Tokyo: The US spied on Japanese politicians, its top central banker and major firms including conglomerate Mitsubishi, according to documents released by WikiLeaks today, in the latest revelation about Washington's snooping on allies.

US government,   Japanese politicians,   Central banker,   Mitsubishi,   WikiLeaks,   Snooping ,  
Censor Board withdraws controversial list of cuss words

Censor Board withdraws controversial list of cuss words

01 Aug 2015

New Delhi: A controversial list of cuss words that was circulated by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) soon after Pahlaj Nihalani took over as its chairperson has been withdrawn after a majority of members voted against it.

Cuss words,   Central Board of Film Certification,   CBFC,   Pahlaj Nihalani,  
 Yakub Memon hanged in Nagpur <strong>Central</strong> Jail

Yakub Memon hanged in Nagpur Central Jail

30 Jul 2015

Nagpur: Yakub Memon, the lone 1993 Mumbai serial blasts convict facing gallows, was hanged to death today after his last ditch attempts to get a reprieve failed early this morning in the Supreme Court.

Yakub Memon hanged,   Nagpur Central Jail,   1993 Mumbai serial blasts convict,   Central Jail,   Yakub Memon executed,   Yakub Memon,   Latest India news ,  
More women watching adult content online in <strong>India</strong>: Study

More women watching adult content online in India: Study

01 Aug 2015

New York: When it comes to watching adult content online, women are slowly bridging the gap in India with as much as 30 percent of women in India now regularly visiting such websites, says a new study.

Adult content,   Women,   Indian women,   Adult websites,   Study on women ,  
Focus is to get Maggi back on shelves: Nestle <strong>India</strong> chief

Focus is to get Maggi back on shelves: Nestle India chief

01 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Suresh Narayanan, the new India chief of the USD 97.5 billion Swiss processed food giant Nestle, on Saturday said the popular instant noodle brand Maggi will be back on retail shelves as soon as possible, even as the company will launch more instant snacks and also focus on other  areas of operations.

Maggi,   Nestle India chief,   Suresh Narayanan,   new Nestle India chief,   Swiss processed food company,   Nestle,   Latest Business News ,  
<strong>Government</strong> acted humanely in Yakub's hanging, ensured peace: RSS

Government acted humanely in Yakub's hanging, ensured peace: RSS

01 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The RSS today said the hanging of 1993 Mumbai blasts convict Yakub Memon was dealt with humanely by the government by allowing his family access which ensured peace in the aftermath.

RSS,   1993 Mumbai blasts,   Yakub Memon,   Modi government,   Memon family,  
Bihar <strong>government</strong> transfers 44 IPS officers ahead of polls

Bihar government transfers 44 IPS officers ahead of polls

01 Aug 2015

Patna: The Bihar government today transferred 44 IPS officers ahead of the upcoming assembly polls.

Bihar government,   IPS officers,   Bihar police,   Bihar assembly polls,   Election commission ,  
<strong>Government</strong> recruited 9,303 people from Minority communities this fiscal

Government recruited 9,303 people from Minority communities this fiscal

28 Jul 2015

New Delhi: As many as 9,303 people belonging to Minority communities were recruited in Central government, public sector undertakings and banks in 2014-15 fiscal, Parliament was informed yesterday.

minority community,   Central government,   public sector undertakings,   Indian government,   government employment,   government employees,   government recruitment,   latest India news,  
Land acquisition a difficult task in <strong>India</strong>: Panagariya

Land acquisition a difficult task in India: Panagariya

01 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Terming land acquisition as one of the "difficult acts" in India, NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya today said it can easily take up to 5 years for acquiring land for a large project including building of cities.

Land acquisition,   NITI Aayog,   Arvind Panagariya,   Land bill,  
HC rejects Ambika Soni, Kumari Selja's pleas against eviction

HC rejects Ambika Soni, Kumari Selja's pleas against eviction

30 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today dismissed pleas of Congress MPs Ambika Soni and Kumari Selja challenging the central government's orders to evict them from type-VIII bungalows in Lutyens' Delhi.

Delhi High Court,   Congress MP,   Ambika Soni,   Kumari Selja,   Central government,   Type-VIII bungalows,   Lutyens Delhi,  

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