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Ex-McKinsey <strong>Chairman</strong> to head Quality Council of India

Ex-McKinsey Chairman to head Quality Council of India

17 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has appointed former McKinsey India Chairman Adil Zainulbhai as the Chairman of Quality Council of India (QCI). An autonomous body under the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, QCI is a joint creation by Indian industry to operate the National Accreditation Structure for conformity assessment bodies and provide accreditation in the field of education, health and quality promotion.

Indian PM,   NaMo,   Narendra Modi,   Adil Zainulbhai,   QCI Chairman,   National Accreditation Board for Education & Training,   the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare Providers,  
INLD writes to Election <strong>Commission</strong>, seeks removal of re-employed officials

INLD writes to Election Commission, seeks removal of re-employed officials

17 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: The main opposition Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) in Haryana sought removal of ‘re-employed officers’ from their posts in the state government to ensure that ‘no biases and prejudices’ are witnessed in the upcoming Assembly elections.

INLD,   Indian National Lok Dal,   Election Commission,   Haryana,   Haryana Assembly polls,  
Fuel being dispatched to Kashmir as Jammu-Srinagar <strong>National</strong> Highway re-opens

Fuel being dispatched to Kashmir as Jammu-Srinagar National Highway re-opens

17 Sep 2014

Jammu: The Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) on Tuesday started dispatching petroleum products to flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir following the reopening of the Jammu-Srinagar national highway, officials said. "As part of its efforts to restore normalcy in petroleum supplies in the flood-affected areas of Kashmir Division, IOC has loaded and dispatched about 400 kilo-liters (kl) of petrol and 1,000 kl of diesel in tank-trucks from its Srinagar depot ... for distribution in local markets," officials said.

J&K floods,   Fuel requirement,   Jammu-Srinagar highway,   J&K relief operations,   IOC,   Bharat Petroleum,  
Mobile phones impact <strong>human</strong> cells: Scientist

Mobile phones impact human cells: Scientist

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: A Finland based scientist said he has observed that human cells change their structure when exposed to radiation from mobile phones, but could not conclude whether it is harmful or not because funding for the study stopped.

human cells,   mobile phones,   cell phone radiation,   Protein structure,   mobile device business,   NOKIA,  
Mines Ministry donates Rs 15 crore to PM’s <strong>National</strong> Relief Fund

Mines Ministry donates Rs 15 crore to PM’s National Relief Fund

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Minister for Mines, Steel, Labour and Employment, Narendra Singh Tomar on Tuesday handed over cheques worth Rs 15 crore to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the Prime Minister's National Relief Fund.

Narendra Singh Tomar,   PM National Relief Fund,   Narendra Modi,   Vishnudeo Sai,  
RLD supporters block <strong>national</strong> highway, burn effigies

RLD supporters block national highway, burn effigies

16 Sep 2014

Muzaffarnagar: Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) activists blocked the Delhi-Dehradun national highway at Bhagela checkpost, protesting against the BJP government's move of evicting party chief Ajit Singh from his official residence in Delhi.

Rashtriya Lok Dal,   RLD,   BJP,   Ajit Singh,   eviction notice to Ajit Singh,  
Jammu-Srinagar <strong>National</strong> Highway reopens for traffic

Jammu-Srinagar National Highway reopens for traffic

16 Sep 2014

Srinagar/Jammu: In a boost to relief efforts in the flood-ravaged Kashmir Valley, the Jammu-Sringar National Highway re-opened on Tuesday for traffic after remaining closed for 13 days due to landslides triggered by incessant rains.    Engineers of Border Roads Organization (BRO) and Army restored the vital road link.

J&K floods,   J&K relief mission,   Jammu-Srinagar highway,   Jammu landslide,   BRO,   Ramban district landslide,  
US rate hike fears hit markets as Sensex, Nifty fall most in 7 weeks

US rate hike fears hit markets as Sensex, Nifty fall most in 7 weeks

16 Sep 2014

Mumbai: In their worst single-day drop in nearly 7 weeks, Sensex plunged 324 points to 26,492.51 and Nifty tanked 109 points to 7,932.90 on negative cues from jittery global markets before the US Federal Reserve's much-awaited monetary policy meeting that starts later on Tuesday.

Sensex,   Trade,   S&P Bombay Stock Exchange,   National Stock Exchange,   stocks close,  
Over 2 lakh rescued in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir

Over 2 lakh rescued in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Over 237,000 people have so far been rescued in flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir and the train route between Srinagar and Baramulla has been restored, an official statement said.

Floods in Jammu and Kashmir,   NDRF,   Omar Abdullah,   Defence Ministry,   National Disaster Relief,  
Australia builds artificial pitch for spin practice

Australia builds artificial pitch for spin practice

16 Sep 2014

Sydney: Australia has built an artificial pitch at the National Cricket Centre in Brisbane to help its batsmen deal with spin-bowling on the slow tracks of the subcontinent, where they have so often struggled in the past.

Australian cricket team,   artificial pitch at National Cricket Centre in Brisbane,   spin-bowling,  

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