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Women <strong>rights</strong> activists protest against RK Pachauri

Women rights activists protest against RK Pachauri

12 Feb 2016

New Delhi: Women's rights groups protested today in front of the TERI office here, condemning RK Pachauri's "promotion" as the executive vice chairman of the organisation.

Protest Against Pachauri,   TERI Office Protest,   TERI Vice Chairman,   RK Pachauri,   Latest Nation News ,  
IPL spot-fixing: BCCI bans tainted Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf

IPL spot-fixing: BCCI bans tainted Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf

12 Feb 2016

Mumbai: Tainted Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf was today banned for five years by the BCCI after its disciplinary committee found him guilty of corrupt practices and bringing the game into disrepute.

Pakistan umpire Asad Rauf,   Asad Rauf ban,   BCCI ban on Asad Rauf,   BCCI disciplinary committee,   Latest sports news ,  
Sushma Swaraj leaves for Sri Lanka; Tamil minority <strong>rights</strong> issue on cards

Sushma Swaraj leaves for Sri Lanka; Tamil minority rights issue on cards

05 Feb 2016

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today left for Colombo on a two-day visit during which she is expected to discuss the fishermen's issue and rights of minority Tamils with the top Sri Lankan leadership.

Sushma Swaraj,   Sri Lanka,   Tamil minority,   Tamil rights,   fishermen,   Joint Commission meeting,   Colombo,   Sushma on two day visit,   Mangala Samaraweera,   bilateral issues,   regional issues,   Vikas Swarup ,  
We are waiting for Delhi's response over 'Confidence Building Measures': PDP

We are waiting for Delhi's response over 'Confidence Building Measures': PDP

05 Feb 2016

Jammu: The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) said it is awaiting New Delhi's response over its demand for CBMs (Confidence Building Measures) to be taken by the BJP government headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for paving way for early government formation.

Jammu and Kashmir government,   Confidence Building Measures,   PDP,   BJP,   Peoples Democratic Party,   CBMs,   Mehbooba Mufti,   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 ,  
IMF implements quota reforms; India gets more voting <strong>rights</strong>

IMF implements quota reforms; India gets more voting rights

29 Jan 2016

Washington: Marking a 'historic' change at IMF, India, China and other emerging economies will now have more voting rights at the multilateral funding agency with the implementation of long pending quota reforms.

IMF,   IMF reforms,   IMF quota reforms,   India voting rights in IMF,   International Monetary Fund,   Latest World News,  
Not looking for escape route but right to deliberate: Anurag Thakur

Not looking for escape route but right to deliberate: Anurag Thakur

05 Feb 2016

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has told them to fall in line and even though the BCCI is "not looking for an escape route" from the Lodha committee recommendations on reforms, its secretary Anurag Thakur today said the Board has "every right to deliberate" on the pros and cons of the report.

Supreme Court,   BCCI,   Lodha committee recommendations,   Anurag Thakur,   Indian cricket Board,   Latest News,  
Sports that involve animals as players

Sports that involve animals as players

02 Feb 2016

New Delhi: Animals have been an important part of man's life since the beginning of time. They have acted as slaves, as pets and more often than not, as a source of entertainment.

Sports involving animals,   Animal sports,   Animal rights,   Animal in sports,   Latest sports news,  
Supreme Court asks BCCI to fall in line with Lodha panel recommendations

Supreme Court asks BCCI to fall in line with Lodha panel recommendations

05 Feb 2016

New Delhi: The Supreme Court gave a stern message to BCCI asking it to "fall in line" with the recommendations of Justice RM Lodha Committee which has suggested a massive restructuring of the country's apex cricket body.

Supreme Court,   BCCI,   Lodha panel recommendations,   Cricket,   Justice RM Lodha Committee,   Latest Nation News,  
 ICC appoints Channel 2 as audio <strong>rights</strong> partner

ICC appoints Channel 2 as audio rights partner

22 Jan 2016

Dubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has named Channel 2 Group as its global audio rights partner till 2023.

ICC audio rights partner,   ICC audio partner,   Channel 2 and ICC,   Latest sports news,  

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