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No change in Tamil being <strong>compulsory</strong> language for school students: Government

No change in Tamil being compulsory language for school students: Government

18 Jul 2014

Chennai: Tamil Nadu government on Thursday indicated there would be no change in Tamil being a compulsory language in the syllabus for all school students from Class I to X as mandated by a law.

Tamil Nadu,   Tamil in schools,   Tamil compulsory in schools,   Tamil compulsory,   ,  
Telecast of Doordarshan to become <strong>compulsory</strong> on private networks

Telecast of Doordarshan to become compulsory on private networks

14 Jul 2014

Ahmedabad: The Indian government would soon take steps to make telecast of the state-run channel Doordarshan mandatory on every direct to home and cable network, said Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar.

Doordarshan,   Prakash Javadekar,   Telecast,   Congress,   Leader of Opposition,  
LK Advani endorses Narendra Modi’s view on <strong>compulsory</strong> <strong>voting</strong>

LK Advani endorses Narendra Modi’s view on compulsory voting

06 Oct 2013

New Delhi:  Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader LK Advani appeared to be on the same page as Narendra Modi, a rarity since the bitterness which apparently arose between them over the latter being named as PM candidate. The ex-deputy PM has thrown his weight behind the Gujarat Chief Minister's view that there that there should be compulsory voting along with the None-of-the-Above option.

BJP,   Lal Krishna Advani,   Narendra Modi,   Supreme Court,   None of the Above option,  
Narendra Modi advocates for Right to Reject and <strong>compulsory</strong> <strong>voting</strong>

Narendra Modi advocates for Right to Reject and compulsory voting

30 Jun 2013

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday advocated for electoral reforms including introduction of Right to Reject and compulsory voting, saying these measures would bring good people to politics.

Narendra Modi,   Right to Reject,   compulsory voting,   electoral reforms,   Young Indian Leaders Conclave,  
Hormones affect your <strong>voting</strong> behaviour: study

Hormones affect your voting behaviour: study

25 Jun 2014

Washington: Politicians, take note! Stress hormones such as cortisol may affect a person's voting behavior and voter turnout, a new study has claimed.

cortisol,   Hormones,   Types of Hormones,   Stress hormones,   UNO,   US Secretary of State ,  
JD (U) wins Rajya Sabha by-election in Bihar

JD (U) wins Rajya Sabha by-election in Bihar

19 Jun 2014

Patna: Janata Dal (United) candidates, diplomat-turned-politician Pavan Kumar Varma and Gulam Rasool Balyawi, on Thursday managed to win their seats in the Rajya Sabha by-election overcoming cross voting by party MLAs in favour of BJP-backed Independents, thanks to help from RJD and some other parties.

Rajya Sabha by-election,   by-election in Bihar,   Janata Dal (United),   cross voting in Bihar,   Congress,   BJP,   Rashtriya Janta Dal,  
Bill on <strong>compulsory</strong> rural service for doctors awaits President’s nod

Bill on compulsory rural service for doctors awaits President’s nod

29 Apr 2014

Bangalore: Karnataka government is awaiting President Pranab Mukherjee's assent to a bill to enable it to take strict action against doctors not serving in rural areas, Health and Family Welfare Minister UT Khader said on Monday.

President,   Pranab Mukherjee,   compulsory rural service,   compulsory rural service for doctors,   Karnataka,   Karnataka govt,  
EC gives nod to transport department for making helmets <strong>compulsory</strong> for women

EC gives nod to transport department for making helmets compulsory for women

29 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The Chief Electoral Officer on Monday gave the nod to Delhi government’s decision of making wearing of helmets mandatory for women.

Helmets for women,   Helmets for women compulsory,   LG Najeeb Jung,   Delhi Motor Vehicle Act,   transport department,   Delhi Motor Vehicle Rules,  
Akshay wants martial arts training <strong>compulsory</strong> for school kids

Akshay wants martial arts training compulsory for school kids

29 Apr 2014

Mumbai: Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, who studied martial arts in Thailand, on Tuesday urged the government to make this mandatory in Indian schools too as it is crucial for self-defence.

Akshay Kumar,   Martial arts training,   School kids,   self-defence,   Tolpar,   Mukti foundation,   Maharashtra Anti Terrorism Squad,   Himanshu Roy ,   ,  
Turnout 54.21 percent in final leg of <strong>voting</strong> in UP

Turnout 54.21 percent in final leg of voting in UP

12 May 2014

Lucknow: Over 54 percent voters on Monday exercised their franchise for 18 seats in Uttar Pradesh in the last leg of the Lok Sabha polls which will decide the fate of BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav among others.

Lok Sabha elections,   ninth phase of Lok Sabha polls,   polling begins in Uttar Pradesh,   Lok Sabha polls,   LS polls,   LS polls 2014 ,  

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