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<strong>Haryana</strong> Ajay Singh Yadav power minister resigns

Haryana Ajay Singh Yadav power minister resigns

29 Jul 2014

Chandigarh: Haryana Power Minister Ajay Singh Yadav resigned here on Tuesday from the Bhupinder Singh Hooda-led Congress ministry alleging "bias" in several matters including recruitment and induction of members to various commissions and statutory bodies.

Ajay Singh Yadav,   Bhupinder Singh Hooda,   Lok Sabha,   ,  
Indian eves eyeing win <strong>against</strong> Proteas for semis berth

Indian eves eyeing win against Proteas for semis berth

29 Jul 2014

Glasgow: The Indian women's hockey team will be eyeing for a semi-final berth with a win over a formidable South African outfit in the Commonwealth Games on Wednesday. With three goals each by Jaspreet Kaur, Deepika and Rani, the Indian team will be looking at continuing their onslaught to book a berth in the semi-finals.

Indian women's hockey team,   Commonwealth Games,   cwg hockey,  
UP saw highest number of deaths in communal unrest: US report

UP saw highest number of deaths in communal unrest: US report

29 Jul 2014

Washington:  Uttar Pradesh saw the highest number of deaths in communal clashes in India in 2013, according to a US report which said the world last year witnessed the largest displacement of religious communities in recent memory.

UP,   death,   UP crime,   communal unrest,   US report,  
Downing of flight MH17 'may amount to a war <strong>crime</strong>': UN

Downing of flight MH17 'may amount to a war crime': UN

28 Jul 2014

Kiev: The downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 "may amount to a war crime", UN said on Monday, adding that fighting in east Ukraine has claimed over 1,100 lives with both government and rebel forces using heavy weaponry in built-up areas.

Ukraine,   UN,   Downing of flight MH17,   MH17,   flight MH17,   ,  
ICC warn Moeen Ali <strong>against</strong> repeat of Gaza protest

ICC warn Moeen Ali against repeat of Gaza protest

29 Jul 2014

Southampton: England's Moeen Ali has been warned by world cricket chiefs not to wear wristbands declaring his support for the people of Gaza again during international matches. But the International Cricket Council (ICC) said Ali would face no disciplinary action on this occasion after being warned about his future conduct by match referee David Boon, the former Australia batsman.

Moeen Ali,   Gaza protest,   international cricket matches,   International Cricket Council,   ICC,   David Boon,  
HSGPC members seek blessings at Golden temple

HSGPC members seek blessings at Golden temple

29 Jul 2014

Amritsar: The newly elected President of Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee (HSGPC) Jagdish Singh Jhinda visited Golden temple to seek blessings before taking up charge. 34 committee members accompanied him on the visit.

HSGPC,   Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee,   Jagdish Singh Jhinda,   Golden temple,   ,  
RBI suggests Sebi action <strong>against</strong> 'wilful' defaulters

RBI suggests Sebi action against 'wilful' defaulters

29 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Tightening the regulatory noose around wilful defaulters of bank loans, RBI has suggested to watchdog Sebi that such entities should be prevented from raising funds through capital markets.

AAP,   Karnataka violence,   Yellur signborad,   violence,   political gain,  
Bhupinder Singh Hooda courts controversy over hurried appointments

Bhupinder Singh Hooda courts controversy over hurried appointments

29 Jul 2014

Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda's decision to go ahead with controversial appointments of five people to constitutional posts even as these were red-flagged by a senior officer were on Monday questioned by the opposition in the state.

Bhupinder Singh Hooda,   Haryana Chief Minister,   controversial appointments,   Right to Service Commission,   Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki ,  
China launches probe <strong>against</strong> Microsoft, orders raids

China launches probe against Microsoft, orders raids

29 Jul 2014

Beijing: China has placed US technology giant Microsoft under investigation while officials on Monday conducted raids on its offices in four cities.

China launches,   Microsoft,   US technology giant Microsoft,   ,  
Government mulling to set up computer-aided dispatch platforms

Government mulling to set up computer-aided dispatch platforms

22 Jul 2014

New Delhi: To improve efficiency in responding to women distress calls and provide speedy help, the government is planning to set up computer-aided dispatch platforms in 114 cities across the country, including 41 highly crime-prone.

computer-aided dispatch platforms,   Rajnath Singh,   Lok Sabha,   Crime against women in India,   Economic Affairs,  

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