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<strong>Haryana</strong> government seeks Rs 1,135.91 crore central relief for crop loss

Haryana government seeks Rs 1,135.91 crore central relief for crop loss

31 Mar 2015

Chandigarh: The Haryana government has sought a relief of Rs 1,135.91 crore from the Centre for damage to crops in the state due to untimely rains and hailstorm.

Haryana Government,   Union Consumer Affairs Minister,   Ram Vilas Paswan,   MoS Sanjeev Kumar,   PM Modi,  
90 percent listed cos on NSE appoint <strong>women</strong> directors

90 percent listed cos on NSE appoint women directors

31 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Nearly 90 percent of the companies listed on the National Stock Exchange are believed to have complied with market regulator Sebi's norm of having at least one woman director on their boards.

National Stock Exchange,   NSE,   Market regulator,   Sebi,   Woman director,  
OMG! FIR lodged <strong>against</strong> Sunny Leone

OMG! FIR lodged against Sunny Leone

31 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Sunny Leone was in Surat on Sunday for the promotions of her upcoming film 'Ek Paheli Leela'. Her presence in the country's diamond hub resulted in chaos instead of sparkle — last-minute shift of venue, cops being summoned and a FIR being lodged against her.

Sunny Leone,   Ek Paheli Leela,   FIR,   Surat,   Sunny Leone movies,   Sunny leone husband,   Daniel Weber,   Jay Bhanushali ,  
Rupee gains 10 paise <strong>against</strong> dollar in morning trade

Rupee gains 10 paise against dollar in morning trade

31 Mar 2015

Mumbai: The rupee recovered by 10 paise at 62.57 against the US dollar in early trade on Tuesday at Interbank Foreign Exchange on fresh selling of the American currency by exporters.

rupee gains,   rupee vs dollar,   rupee and dollar,   rupee against dollar,   rupee,   dollar price,  
<strong>Women</strong> prefer to click selfies from right-hand side

Women prefer to click selfies from right-hand side

30 Mar 2015

London:  If your girlfriend insists on clicking her selfie from the right-hand side, then she is not alone. Women ensure that the camera always captures their best side and almost half of women say that they will always turn a particular way when confronted with a camera.

Women ,   selfies,   Girlfriend,   Camera,   hairstyle,   dating,  
Centre announces 33 percent quota for <strong>women</strong> in UTs' police forces

Centre announces 33 percent quota for women in UTs' police forces

21 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The Centre on Friday announced 33 percent reservation for women in police forces of union territories, including Delhi, for posts from constables to sub-inspectors, in a move aimed at making police more gender-sensitive.

Women reservation,   Women police force,   Union territories,   Delhi police,   Police constables,   Sub inspectors,   Gender sensitive,   Crime against women ,  
Crimes <strong>against</strong> <strong>women</strong> have shot up after 2013: Kiren Rijiju

Crimes against women have shot up after 2013: Kiren Rijiju

25 Mar 2015

Bhopal: Crimes against women have risen since 2013 but efforts are on to curb them, Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju said here. He felt that police should not take refuge in the argument that more crimes against women were being reported because a large number of cases were being registered in the country now unlike before.

Crimes against women,   Kiren Rijiju,   MoS Home Affairs,   women safety,  
Midnight raid: Seeking sanction <strong>against</strong> Bharti, police to court

Midnight raid: Seeking sanction against Bharti, police to court

27 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Delhi police is seeking prosecution sanction from competent authority on a priority basis against AAP leader Somnath Bharti in the case of alleged molestation of African women during his midnight-raid last year, police said on Friday in a report filed in a court here.

Midnight raid,   Sanction,   Somnath Bharti,   Delhi police,   Court,   Prosecution,   African women,  
Bomkesh, Ajit hit road trail to solve <strong>crime</strong> puzzle

Bomkesh, Ajit hit road trail to solve crime puzzle

28 Mar 2015

Kolkata:After solving the porcupine riddle, crime-buster Bomkesh Bakshi and his assistant Ajittoday hit the road trail in Deshopriyo Park area in a 'Janata Darbar'.

Bomkesh Bakshi,   Deshopriyo Park,   Janata Darbar,   Pardip Mukherjee,  
Centre's land bill not <strong>against</strong> public welfare: AIADMK

Centre's land bill not against public welfare: AIADMK

30 Mar 2015

Chennai: Facing opposition flak for supporting Centre's controversial Land bill in the Lok Sabha, ruling AIADMK on Monday denied that the legislation was against the welfare of people and insisted that party Chief Jayalalithaa will not back any move which is inimical to people's interests.

Land bill,   AIADMK,   Lok Sabha,   Rajya Sabha,   Jayalalithaa,   Tamil Nadu Chief Minister ,   O Panneerselvam,  

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