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LK Advani appointed as new Chairman of Lok Sabha Ethics <strong>Committee</strong>

LK Advani appointed as new Chairman of Lok Sabha Ethics Committee

17 Sep 2014

New Delhi: BJP veteran LK Advani has been appointed as the new Chairman of the prestigious Ethics Committee of Lok Sabha by Speaker Sumitra Mahajan. Manikrao Gavit of Congress was heading the Committee in the last Lok Sabha.

BJP,   LK Advani,   Ethics Committee,   Lok Sabha,   Sumitra Mahajan,  
Parliament panel to review measures taken to unearth blackmoney

Parliament panel to review measures taken to unearth blackmoney

17 Sep 2014

New Delhi: As government grapples with the issue of blackmoney, a Parliamentary committee has decided to review the subject of "unaccounted" money and its generation.

blackmoney,   Parliamentary committee,   Parliamentary Committee on Finance,   special Investigation Team,   SIT,  
Panel submits report on new gas pricing formula

Panel submits report on new gas pricing formula

17 Sep 2014

New Delhi: A four-member committee of secretaries has submitted its report on a new gas pricing mechanism, prescribing a rate much lower than the doubling of price approved by previous UPA government.

Gas pricing formula,   committee on gas prices,   UPA government,   oil ministry,  
Closer ties with India will secure Australian borders: Minister

Closer ties with India will secure Australian borders: Minister

15 Sep 2014

Melbourne: Australia, facing growing illegal migration attempts including from South Asia, has said that closer links with India would help strengthen the country's borders.

illegal migration,   South Asia,   Australia's border protection strategy,   Minister for Immigration and Border Protection,   Scott Morrison,   ,  
AIBA tells Boxing India to take IOA membership

AIBA tells Boxing India to take IOA membership

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: After granting provisional recognition to Boxing India (BI), the International Boxing Association (AIBA) has now asked the newly-elected body to apply for IOA membership while making it clear that it would no longer deal with the ad-hoc committee which had been appointed for the sport.

AIBA,   IOA,   BI,   Boxing India,   IOA membership,   ad-hoc committee,   Sandeep Jajodia,   Indian boxers,  
PMO constitutes <strong>committee</strong> to facilitate mineral utilization

PMO constitutes committee to facilitate mineral utilization

12 Sep 2014

Shillong: The Prime Minister's Office has constituted a committee to facilitate systemic, scientific and planned utilization of mineral resources in Meghalaya to prevent environmental degradation, officials said on Thursday.

PMO,   Minerals,   Minerals utilization,   Mineral resources,   Environmental degradation,   Mining operations,   Meghalaya CM,   ,  
Sebi settles disclosure violation case with Count N Denier

Sebi settles disclosure violation case with Count N Denier

15 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Sebi has settled a case against Count N Denier after the company made a payment of little over Rs 7 lakh as settlement fee in a case related to delay in compliance with the market regulator's disclosure norms.

Sebi,   Count N Denier,   Securities and Exchange Board of India,   High Powered Advisory Committee,   disclosure violation case ,  
Generate legal awareness among women, poorer sections: SC judge

Generate legal awareness among women, poorer sections: SC judge

13 Sep 2014

Puducherry: Supreme Court Judge, Justice S J Mukhopadhaya on Saturday called upon lawyers, medical personnel, students and other sections of society to acquaint themselves with provisions of various legislations and then generate legal awareness among people for whom the laws were meant to ensure their protection and to promote their welfare.

General awareness,   Supreme Court,   S J Mukhopadhaya,   Legal awareness,   Domestic violence protection,   District Legal Services Authority ,  
Proposal to recruit surrendered militants in security forces: Union Home Ministry

Proposal to recruit surrendered militants in security forces: Union Home Ministry

15 Sep 2014

Imphal: The Union Home Ministry has proposed raising of two battalions of Border Security Force (BSF) and Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) comprising surrendered militants of Assam and Manipur, an official statement said on Monday.

Union Home Ministry,   Border Security Force,   BSF,   Sashastra Seema Bal,   SSB,   Cabinet Committee on Security,  
PM takes decisions in <strong>democratic</strong> manner: Venkaiah Naidu

PM takes decisions in democratic manner: Venkaiah Naidu

05 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi gives ample opportunity to his cabinet colleagues and takes all decisions in a democratic manner, Parliamentary Affairs Minister M. Venkaiah Naidu said on Thursday.

Indian PM,   Narendra Modi,   NaMo,   Venkaiah Naidu,   National Democratic Alliance government,   Congress,   BJP,  

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