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Dumping BJP hasn't hurt Bihar: CM in London

Dumping BJP hasn't hurt Bihar: CM in London

23 Sep 2014

London: Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi has claimed that his party JD-U's stand of dumping the BJP last year, in protest against the latter appointing Narendra Modi as its prime ministerial candidate, has made no difference to the growth story in Bihar.

Bihar,   BJP-JDU alliance,   Bihar CM,   Jitan Ram Manjhi,   Narendra Modi,   Economic growth,   ,  
Modi 'spoke like PM' on Indian Muslims, but should check right <strong>wing</strong>: CPI

Modi 'spoke like PM' on Indian Muslims, but should check right wing: CPI

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Narendra Modi "spoke like a Prime Minister" when he said that Indian Muslims would live and die for the nation, but he should check the Sangh Parivar from promoting communal polarization to back his message of national unity, the CPI said on Monday.

Indian PM,   NaMo,   Indian muslims,   Sangh Parivar,   CPI,   BJP President,   Amit Shah,   US visit,   Nuclear reactor,   ,  
Maharashtra government to constitute urban police machinery

Maharashtra government to constitute urban police machinery

04 Sep 2014

Mumbai: The Maharashtra government has decided to constitute an independent urban police machinery and a separate cell within the existing police set up to tackle encroachments and urban crimes in Thane, Pune and Mira-Bhayander.

Maharashtra,   independent urban police machinery,   urban crimes,  Thane,   Pune,   RR Patil,   Economic Offences Wing,  
India can rise again, I have a clear roadmap, says Narendra Modi

India can rise again, I have a clear roadmap, says Narendra Modi

21 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said India has a chance to rise again as a global economic power and suggested that it could match with China and he has a “clear roadmap” to channelise entrepreneurial capabilities of country’s 1.25 billion people.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   global economic power,   India and China,  
Major <strong>offences</strong>, repeat violations can't be settled: Sebi

Major offences, repeat violations can't be settled: Sebi

14 Sep 2014

New Delhi: As SEBI tightens its noose on those violating securities laws and defrauding investors, Chairman U K Sinha has warned that repeat offenders and those indulging in major offences such as insider trading can’t seek settlement of their cases by paying some charges.

Settlement of securities laws violations,   SEBI,   the Securities Exchange Board of India,   SEBI Chairman UK Sinha,  
No trace of dinosaur fossils stolen from MP museum

No trace of dinosaur fossils stolen from MP museum

18 Sep 2014

Indore: The rare fossils of dinosaur eggs stolen about 18 months back from a museum in Madhya Pradesh's Dhar district are yet to be traced.

Indore,   rare fossils,   dinosaur eggs,   museum,   Madhya Pradesh,   Dhar district,  
Rajnath Singh to review progress of SAP, steps against LWE

Rajnath Singh to review progress of SAP, steps against LWE

19 Sep 2014

Ranchi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will be apprised of works taken up under Saranda Action Plan (SAP), besides steps against left-wing extremism (LWE) in Ranchi on September 23.

Union Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   Saranda Action Plan,   left-wing extremism,   Direction General of Police,   Rajeev Kumar,   Chief Secretary Sudhir Prasad ,  
HC rejects ex-RAW officer's plea against CJI appointment

HC rejects ex-RAW officer's plea against CJI appointment

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Friday refused to interfere with the appointment of Justice HL Dattu as the next Chief Justice of India (CJI), on a plea filed by an advocate and former Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) woman officer who alleged  sexual harassment by him.

New Delhi,   Delhi High Court,   appointment,   Justice HL Dattu,   Chief Justice of India,   CJI,   former Research and Analysis Wing,   RAW,   woman officer,   sexual harassment by him,  
Policy to weed out left-<strong>wing</strong> extremism to be unveiled soon: Rajnath Singh

Policy to weed out left-wing extremism to be unveiled soon: Rajnath Singh

12 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said a comprehensive policy to weed out left-wing extremism especially from Jammu and Kashmir and northeastern states will be unveiled soon.

Rajnath Singh,   Jammu and Kashmir,   left-wing extremism,   100 days of Modi government,   NDA government ,  
Xi on maiden Lanka visit to boost strategic, <strong>economic</strong> ties

Xi on maiden Lanka visit to boost strategic, economic ties

16 Sep 2014

Colombo: Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday arrived in Sri Lanka on his maiden visit to cement strategic and economic ties with India's southern neighbour besides inking 20 key bilateral deals, including one for the construction of a USD 1.4 billion port city.

Xi Jinping,   China,   Sri Lanka,   bilateral deals,   Mahinda Rajapaksa,   Peng Liyuan,  

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