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Prasar Bharati policies 'old, incorrect': Jawhar Sircar

Prasar Bharati policies 'old, incorrect': Jawhar Sircar

18 Aug 2014

Kolkata: Policies framed by the Prasar Bharati are old and incorrect and need to be reviewed, according to the public broadcaster's Chief Executive Officer, Jawhar Sircar.

Prasar Bharti,   Jawhar Sircar,   policies,   public broadcaster,   AIR,   FM,  
800 accused in Muzaffarnagar riots case still absconding, says SIT

800 accused in Muzaffarnagar riots case still absconding, says SIT

21 Aug 2014

Muzaffarnagar: A total of 800 accused found involved in riot cases in Muzaffarnagar last year are still absconding, Special Investigation Team (SIT) officials said on Thursday.

Muzaffarnagar riots,   communal violence,   communal riots,   SIT,   Special Investigation Team,   communal clashes in Uttar Pradesh,  
DLSA drive to create awareness on ragging

DLSA drive to create awareness on ragging

26 Aug 2014

Nagpur: The District Legal Services Authority, (DLSA) in Nagpur has launched a campaign to create awareness among students in professional colleges about the ragging menace.

Anti-ragging,   District Legal Services Authority,   NKP Salve Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre,   Vishwesheriya National Institute of Technology,   Ragging ban,   Aman Kachroo,   P K Sathianathan,   Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act,   National Anti-Ragging helpline,  
Ditch the car to shed flab: Study

Ditch the car to shed flab: Study

21 Aug 2014

London: Want to shed extra weight? Ditch the car and take public transport to work instead! Taking the bus or walking or cycling to work is linked to lower body weight and body fat composition compared with those using private transport, suggests a new UK study.

extra weight,   public transport,   cycling,   body fat,   health,   physical activity,   overweight,  
Himachal HC concerned over delay in settling accident claims

Himachal HC concerned over delay in settling accident claims

23 Aug 2014

Shimla: The Himachal Pradesh High Court has expressed concern over delay in settling motor accident claims, and directed the state police chief to ensure that accident reports are sent to the claims tribunal within 30 days.

Himachal Pradesh,   High court,   Himachal accidents,   Accident claim,   claims tribunal,   claim petition,   Claim amount in 30 days,   Motor Vehicles Act ,  
Goa government's order banning Sri Ram Sene lacks teeth: Congress

Goa government's order banning Sri Ram Sene lacks teeth: Congress

21 Aug 2014

Panaji: Rajya Sabha MP and AICC Secretary Shantaram Naik on Thursday described the order banning Sri Ram Sene in Goa as 'toothless'.

Goa government,   Manohar Parikar,   Shantaram Naik,   AICC,   Ram Sene,   Pramod Muthalik,   Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act,  
India, US to collaborate on aviation <strong>safety</strong>

India, US to collaborate on aviation safety

01 Aug 2014

New Delhi: India and US on Friday entered into an agreement to establish an aviation security equipment testing and evaluation programme as part of their strategic partnership.

India,   US,   aviation security,   USTDA,   AAI,   India-US,   ,  
After losing out on LoP, Congress gets post of PAC chief

After losing out on LoP, Congress gets post of PAC chief

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Senior Congress leader KV Thomas on Wednesday took over as the new Chairman of Parliament's Public Accounts Committee (PAC).

KV Thomas,   PAC,   Public Accounts Committee,   Congress,   former Union minister,   Parliament,   Lok Sabha,   BJP,   NDA govt,  
Under pressure to <strong>act</strong> on Iraq, UK's Cameron cuts short holiday

Under pressure to act on Iraq, UK's Cameron cuts short holiday

13 Aug 2014

London: British Prime Minister David Cameron has cut short his holiday to return to Britain to chair a meeting to discuss the Iraq crisis after some politicians and military commentators urged him to intervene there militarily.

British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   holidas,   politician,   military,   Iraq,   political leaders,  
Modi suggests survey to assess <strong>public</strong> mood on each Parliament Session

Modi suggests survey to assess public mood on each Parliament Session

13 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Noting that people have a lot of expectations from legislature, Prime Minister Narendra Modi suggested conducting of a survey to assess public opinion on the performance of each Parliament session.

Narendra Modi,   Prime Minister,   Parliament Session,   Lok Sabha,   Rajya Sabha,   Arun Jaitley,   Karan Singh,   Sharad Yadav,   Pranab Mukherjee,   President ,  

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