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Durga Prasad to no longer head Special <strong>Protection</strong> Group

Durga Prasad to no longer head Special Protection Group

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: IPS officer K Durga Prasad will no longer hold the charge of chief of the elite SpecialProtection Group.

Durga Prasad,   Special Protection Group,   S S Chaturvedi,   Appointments Committee of Cabinet,   Andhra Pradesh cadre,   Manmohan Singh,   ,  
Punjab to set up affordable housing development authority

Punjab to set up affordable housing development authority

26 Nov 2014

Chandigarh: Aiming to provide "affordable housing for all" in next two years, the Punjab Government on Wednesday decided to set up Punjab State Affordable Housing Development Authority headed by the Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal.

Punjab,   Punjab Government,  Punjab State Affordable Housing Development Authority,  EWS,  LIG,  Forensic Science Laboratory,   NDPS,  PPSC,  Commission of Protection of Child Rights Act,  Punjab Agro Industries Corporation,   Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal. ,  
Government to set up <strong>committee</strong> of MPs to monitor Noth-East projects

Government to set up committee of MPs to monitor Noth-East projects

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: With over 700 ongoing development projects getting delayed in the northeast, government is contemplating setting up a committee of MPs to monitor such schemes in the region.

North- East Projects,  Minister for Development North East Region,   Jitendra Singh,   NLCPR ,   NEC ,  RP Sharma,   Lok Sabha ,  
Richard Verma's ambassadorial confirmation hearing to be held on December 2

Richard Verma's ambassadorial confirmation hearing to be held on December 2

26 Nov 2014

Washington: The confirmation hearing of Richard Rahul Verma as the US Ambassador to India has been scheduled for December 2 by a key Senate committee.

Richard Verma,   US Ambassador to India,   Kathleen Stephens,   Senate Foreign Relations Committee (SFRC),   John Kerry,   Nancy J Powell,   ,  
NHRC notice to Telangana over farmers' suicides

NHRC notice to Telangana over farmers' suicides

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued notice to the Telangana government over media reports that 76 farmers have committed suicide in the state since its formation, a statement said on Tuesday.

NHRC,   Telangana,   farmers' suicides,   National Human Rights Commission,   crop failure,   loans of farmers,  
Women's panel to bring out handbook on women <strong>protection</strong>

Women's panel to bring out handbook on women protection

20 Nov 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Seeking to create awareness about legal rights of women, Kerala State Women's Commission has come out with a hand book with details of various existing laws for their protection.

create awareness about legal rights of women,   Kerala State Women's Commission,   hand book with details of various existing laws,   women's protection,   distributed free of cost across the state,   70 helpline and emergency numbers,   pro-women laws and regulations,   Commission member secretary K K Prasanna Kumar,   police,   cyber crime cell,   childline,   she-taxi,   railway,   highway police alerts,  
"India far behind in data <strong>protection</strong>"

"India far behind in data protection"

23 Nov 2014

Singapore: India is far behind than other emerging Asian economies in protecting its data despite having a huge IT industry, said senior official of Singapore-based new generation data protection firm, which is expanding its operations in the country.

India,   Asian Economy,   IT industry,   Singapore,   Acronis International,   Asiaa Data,   China,  
India needs to adopt new IPR <strong>protection</strong> norms: US

India needs to adopt new IPR protection norms: US

24 Nov 2014

New Delhi: US government on Monday highlighted the need for India to adopt new norms relating to protection of intellectual property rights (IPRs), local sourcing norms and mobility of highly-skilled labour.

India,   IPR protection norms,   US,   norms,   copyright,  
Rajya Sabha extends deadline for Select <strong>Committee</strong> on Insurance Bill

Rajya Sabha extends deadline for Select Committee on Insurance Bill

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Select Committee of Parliament on amending the Insurance Act to raise foreign investment cap was on Tuesday given two more weeks till December 12 to submit its report, but not before Opposition parties raised questions over the procedure for seeking extension of the timeline.

Parliament,   Insurance Bill,   Select Committee of Parliament,   Chandan Mitra,   P Rajeev,   Derek O'Brien ,  
Public Accounts <strong>Committee</strong> blames Railways for Rs 3,258 crore loss in Kashmir project

Public Accounts Committee blames Railways for Rs 3,258 crore loss in Kashmir project

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Not happy over the way the Kashmir rail link project is being executed, a parliamentary panel has expressed serious concern over losses of more than Rs 3,200 crore due to various factors like bad planning, inadequate surveys and delayed decisions by Railways.

Public Accounts Committee,   Kashmir rail link project,   bad planning,   inadequate surveys,   delayed decisions,   K V Thomas,   ,  

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