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Commerce Ministry may seek Cabinet nod for new IPR policy

Commerce Ministry may seek Cabinet nod for new IPR policy

04 Sep 2015

New Delhi: The Commerce and Industry Ministry is expected to soon approach the Cabinet for its nod for the proposed National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) policy.

Commerce and Industry Ministry,   Cabinet,   Intellectual Property Rights,   IPR policy,   Patent ,  
Eros International acquires worldwide <strong>rights</strong> of 'Rock On 2'

Eros International acquires worldwide rights of 'Rock On 2'

31 Aug 2015

Mumbai: Eros International Media Ltd has announced a new collaboration with actor-filmmaker Farhan Akhtar's Excel Entertainment for worldwide rights of 'Rock On 2'. Written and directed by debutant filmmaker Shujaat Saudagar, the film is the sequel to the 2008 rock musical drama 'Rock On'.

Eros International,   Rock On 2,   Farhan Akhtar,   Shraddha Kapoor,   Arjun Rampal,   upcoming Bollywood movie,   Latest Entertainment News,  
Government, RBI reach consensus on monetary policy <strong>committee</strong>: Jayant Sinha

Government, RBI reach consensus on monetary policy committee: Jayant Sinha

28 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The government and the Reserve Bank have reached a consensus on the structure for the proposed interest-rate setting Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha said yesterday.

Jayant Sinha,   RBI,   Indian government,   MPC,   Monetary Policy Committee,   Latest Business News,  
 Majority in RBI's advisory <strong>committee</strong> favoured rate cut

Majority in RBI's advisory committee favoured rate cut

26 Aug 2015

Mumbai: Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan went against the majority view of external Members of the Technical Advisory Committee and kept the interest rate unchanged in the monetary policy review early this month.

Reserve Bank Governor,   Raghuram Rajan,   RBI advisory committee,   RBI,   Technical Advisory Committee,   latest business news,  
Verma urges Dalmiya to keep Srini away from working <strong>committee</strong>

Verma urges Dalmiya to keep Srini away from working committee

27 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Petitioner in the IPL spot-fixing case, Aditya Verma has shot a letter to the legal head of BCCI UN Bannerjee and all the Working Committee members, requesting them not to allow N Srinivasan in the meeting in Kolkata tomorrow.

IPL spot fixing case,   Aditya Verma,   BCCI,   UN Bannerjee,   BCCI Working Committee members,   N Srinivasan,   Latest News,  
Madhya Pradesh should get Haj quota as per 2011 census: Qureshi

Madhya Pradesh should get Haj quota as per 2011 census: Qureshi

31 Aug 2015

Indore: Terming the present Haj quota for 3,000 pilgrims as insufficient, the Madhya Pradesh Haj Committee yesterday demanded that the Centre should give this quota as per the 2011 census to the state.

Haj quota,   Madhya Pradesh,   Madhya Pradesh Haj Committee,   2011 census,   Haj pilgrimage,   latest states news,  
Mahasweta Devi’s criticism of Mamata government encourages CPM

Mahasweta Devi’s criticism of Mamata government encourages CPM

23 Nov 2011

The intellectuals’ criticism of the Trinamool Congress government decision to cancel meeting at Metro Channel has encouraged the Left Front leaders in West Bengal.

Trinamool Congress government,   Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee,   Committee for Protection of Democratic Rights (CPDR),   TMC-Congress ,   Mahasweta Devi’s criticism of Mamata government encourages CPM ,  
Nine <strong>rights</strong> activists killed in Guatemala this year

Nine rights activists killed in Guatemala this year

15 Aug 2015

Guatemala City: Nine human rights activists have been killed since the beginning of the year in Guatemala, mainly in indigenous communities opposed to infrastructure and mining projects, civil organisations have said.

human rights activists,   Guatemala,   Karim Lahidji,   activists killed,   human rights workers,   Latest World News,  
NHRC notice to Delhi government over corporal punishment in school

NHRC notice to Delhi government over corporal punishment in school

25 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued a notice to the Delhi Chief Secretary in a matter of alleged corporal punishment inflicted on an eight-year-boy by a teacher at a government-run school in the Shalimar Bagh area here.

NHRC notice,   Delhi government,   Corporal punishment,   National Human Rights Commission,   NHRC,   Delhi Chief Secretary,   Latest States News,  
 US presses China on human <strong>rights</strong>; Beijing mentions Ferguson

US presses China on human rights; Beijing mentions Ferguson

14 Aug 2015

Washington: Ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit, US has pressed hard on human rights issues including religious freedom and deteriorating situation in Tibet Autonomous Region, prompting China to fight back by referring increasing racial attacks in America.

US,   China,   human rights,   Ferguson,   Chinese President Xi Jinping,   US-China dialogue,   Latest world news ,  

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