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Maneka Gandhi trying to polarise <strong>society</strong>: Congress

Maneka Gandhi trying to polarise society: Congress

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Congress accused Union Minister Maneka Gandhi of trying to ‘polarise’ society by her comments that money from illegal animal slaughter was funding terror even as it claimed that meat exports from Gujarat had more than doubled when Narendra Modi was the Chief Minister there.

Maneka Gandhi ,   BJP,   Narendra modi,   Congress,   Shakeel Ahmed ,  
Reservation is needed till inequality in <strong>society</strong>, says Mohan Bhagwat

Reservation is needed till inequality in society, says Mohan Bhagwat

08 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Deploring inequality in society, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) came out in support of reservation, saying that it has to remain to bring equality to those suffering from discrimination but cautioned against politics on the quota issue.

Reservation,   RSS,   Rashtriya Swayasevak Sangh,   BJP,   RSS chief,   Mohan Bhagwat ,  
Flour main cause of occupational asthma: Study

Flour main cause of occupational asthma: Study

09 Sep 2014

London: German researchers have identified flour as the main cause of occupational asthma, closely followed by cleaning products.

Flour,   occupational asthma,   asthma,   occupational diseases,   Respiratory Society,  
Domestic car sales up 15.16 percent August; SIAM sees slow turnaround

Domestic car sales up 15.16 percent August; SIAM sees slow turnaround

10 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Car sales in India grew for the fourth successive month, posting an increase of 15.16 percent in August, prompting industry body SIAM to believe about a slow turnaround after two years of slump.

Car sales in India,   Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers,   SIAM,   domestic car sales,   ,  
Robotics and Automation <strong>Society</strong> launched in Kerala

Robotics and Automation Society launched in Kerala

06 Aug 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) on Monday launched the Kerala chapter of the Robotics and Automation Society (RAS) to promote research, development, innovation and standardization.

Robotics and Automation Society,   Kerala,   RAS,   robotic projects,   Thiruvananthapuram,   government agencies ,  
Shabana Azmi starts work on short film ‘Outside’

Shabana Azmi starts work on short film ‘Outside’

30 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Veteran actress and social activist Shabana Azmi, who often raises her voice on gender issues, began work on a short film on domestic violence on Saturday.

Shabana Azmi,   Outside,   Twitter,   Mijwan Welfare Society,   Bhasker Patel,   Yasmeen Siddiqui,  
Robotics and Automation <strong>Society</strong> launched in Kerala

Robotics and Automation Society launched in Kerala

04 Aug 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) on Monday launched the Kerala chapter of the Robotics and Automation Society (RAS) to promote research, development, innovation, and standardization.

Robotics and Automation Society,   Kerala,   Robotics,   Automation,   RAS,  
China dominating Indian air conditioner market: Expert

China dominating Indian air conditioner market: Expert

22 Aug 2014

Panaji: China is dominating the Indian air conditioner market, surpassing the indigenous manufacturers who fail to get into mass production, an expert said on Friday.

China dominating,   Indian air conditioner market,   Nirmal Ram,   ISHRAE,   Indian Society of Heating,   Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers ,  
Raman asks for providing generic medicines at govt hospitals

Raman asks for providing generic medicines at govt hospitals

18 Aug 2014

Raipur: Stressing on the importance of generic medicines, Chief Minister Raman Singh has directed all district collectors to ensure their availability at government hospitals and Red Cross Society-run medical stores in the state.

Raman Singh,   generic medicines,   Chhattisgarh,   Raipur,   Red Cross Society,   government hospital,   Chief Minister,  
Our Milky Way much smaller than previously thought

Our Milky Way much smaller than previously thought

31 Jul 2014

London: The Milky Way, the galaxy that contains our solar system, is way smaller than astronomers previously thought, says a study. It is approximately half the weight of a neighbouring galaxy known as Andromeda which has a similar structure as our own, the findings showed.

Milky Way,   Andromeda,   astronomers,   galaxies,   Astronomical Society,  

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