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Lakhisarai welcomes Ganga Rath with a pledge to cleanse holy river

Lakhisarai welcomes Ganga Rath with a pledge to cleanse holy river

21 Jul 2014

Lakhisarai: Ganga Jagran Rath, which took off from Rudraprayag carrying along a message of cleansing River Ganga, entered Lakhisarai district in Bihar on Sunday. The yatra will conclude at Ganga Sagar in West Bengal.

Ganga Jagran Rath,   Lakhisarai,   Ganga,   Ganga cleaning,   Dainik Jagran,   Ganga cleaning campaign,  
 Ganga <strong>Jagran</strong> Yatra reaches Patna, Bihar CM welcomes rath

Ganga Jagran Yatra reaches Patna, Bihar CM welcomes rath

20 Jul 2014

Patna: The Ganga Jagran Yatra on Friday reached Patna where Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi, BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi and other prominent persons welcomed the rath.

Ganga Jagran Yatra,   Ganga Jagran Rath,   Bihar Chief Minister,   Ganga,   Ganga cleaning,  
<strong>Dainik</strong> <strong>Jagran</strong> bags three prizes in INMA awards function

Dainik Jagran bags three prizes in INMA awards function

15 May 2014

New Delhi: World’s largest read newspaper Dainik Jagran has won three awards during the prestigious International News Media Association (INMA) awards function. The INMA has awarded 30 newspapers across the world and Dainik Jagran is the only Indian newspaper to receive the prestigious award and the group won total of three prizes including two first prizes.

Dainik Jagran,   INMA,   International News Media Association,   INMA awards function,   International News Media Association awards,  
 Efforts on to develop all official languages: Government

Efforts on to develop all official languages: Government

15 Jul 2014

New Delhi: All efforts will be made to encourage national language and the government directs various departments from time to time to enhance use of Hindi, the Lok Sabha was informed on Tuesday.

Lok Sabha,   Rajnath Singh,   Murli Manohar Joshi,   Kiran Rijiju,   Hindi language ,  
Sonia, Rahul summoned for misappropriating funds of National Herald

Sonia, Rahul summoned for misappropriating funds of National Herald

26 Jun 2014

New Delhi: A Delhi court on Thursday issued summons to Congress chief Sonia Gandhi and her son Rahul Gandhi for misappropriating the funds of the National Herald newspaper that was shut down some years ago.

Sonia Gandhi,   Rahul Gandhi,   newspaper funds,   misappropriating newspaper funds,   National Herald newspaper,   ,  
No move to impose <strong>Hindi</strong>: Venkaiah Naidu

No move to impose Hindi: Venkaiah Naidu

20 Jun 2014

Bangalore: As the Union Home Ministry's two circulars seeking to promote Hindi in the social media stirred up a big controversy, Union Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Friday said that Hindi was not being forced on anyone and a ‘wrong propaganda’ was on about Hindi imposition.

Venkaiah Naidu,   Hindi,   promoting Hindi,   promoting Hindi language,  imposing Hindi,  
 Decision on postponing Civil Services exam after committee report: Government

Decision on postponing Civil Services exam after committee report: Government

16 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Any decision to change the pattern of civil services (preliminary) examination and postponing its date will be taken after receiving a report from a three- member committee which is looking into the matter, the government said.

UPSC,   Civil services exam,   UPSC exam,   CSAT,   Civil services Hindi aspirants,   CSAT pattern,   Civil services prelim exam,  
I-T notice in National Herald case a ‘political witch-hunt’: Sonia

I-T notice in National Herald case a ‘political witch-hunt’: Sonia

09 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday said the Income Tax department’s notice in the National Herald case was a ‘political witch-hunt’ and it will only help her party bounce back.

Sonia Gandhi,   Congress,   National Herald newspaper,   UPA regime,   National Herald case,  
Internet never killed <strong>newspaper</strong>: Study

Internet never killed newspaper: Study

12 Jun 2014

Houston: The Internet may actually not be responsible for killing the traditional newspaper trade as most of us believe. Scientists have found that the web may actually not have spurred the decline of print.

Internet,   newspaper,   traditional newspaper trade,   Internet era,   ,  
Government urges UPSC to postpone Civil Services preliminary exams

Government urges UPSC to postpone Civil Services preliminary exams

15 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Amid demands by Civil Services aspirants for scrapping the CSAT test, the government on Tuesday urged the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) to postpone the preliminary exam scheduled next month till there is clarity on the syllabus and exam pattern.

UPSC,   Civil services exam,   UPSC exam,   CSAT,   Civil services Hindi aspirants,   CSAT pattern,   Civil services prelim exam ,  

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