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<strong>Electoral</strong> alliance not a priority: Babulal Marandi

Electoral alliance not a priority: Babulal Marandi

29 Sep 2014

Jamshedpur: Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (JVM) (Prajatantrik) president Babulal Marandi on Monday said that electoral alliance was not a priority for his party as it was a political compulsion for those who failed to deliver during their tenure in power.

Elections,   Alliance,   Electorial alliance,   JVM,   Babulal Marandi,   ,  
Prominent citizens urge Modi to bring in police, <strong>electoral</strong> <strong>reforms</strong>

Prominent citizens urge Modi to bring in police, electoral reforms

10 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Prominent persons from various walks of life have urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to bring about police reforms to end "executive stranglehold" over it and enable its transformation from a "ruler's police" into "people's police".

Narendra Modi,   Ram Jethmalani,   police reform,   Election Commission,   Law Commission ,  
1,972 candidates file nomination for Haryana elections

1,972 candidates file nomination for Haryana elections

29 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: As many as 1,972 candidates have filed their nomination for 90 Assembly seats in Haryana, elections for which will be held on October 15.

Assembly seats in Haryana,   Bhiwani Assembly constituency,   Chief Electoral Officer,   Shrikant Walgad,   Haryana elections ,  
SC verdict on coal blocks provides opportunity to initiate <strong>reforms</strong>: CSE

SC verdict on coal blocks provides opportunity to initiate reforms: CSE

26 Sep 2014

New Delhi: A day after Supreme Court scrapped the allocation of 214 out of 218 coal blocks since 1993, a city-based research and advocacy think-tank said the Apex Court's intervention provides an opportunity to initiate reforms in the entire mining sector.

Supreme Court,   SC verdict,   Coal block allocation,   Coal blocks,   Economic reforms,   Mining sector,   Centre for Science and Environment,   CSE,  
S&P upgrades India's credit outlook to stable from negative

S&P upgrades India's credit outlook to stable from negative

26 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Standard & Poor's on Friday improved India's outlook to stable from negative saying the new political formation at the Centre has the capacity to push reforms and put the country back on high growth trajectory.

Standard & Poor's,   S&P,   India credit outlook,   Modi government,   Economic reforms,   India growth,  
<strong>Electoral</strong> triumphs an endorsement of government’s performance: Jayalalithaa

Electoral triumphs an endorsement of government’s performance: Jayalalithaa

14 Sep 2014

Chennai: AIADMK supremo and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa on Sunday said her party's repeated electoral triumphs since 2011 was an "endorsement" by the people of her government's performance even as she took potshots at rival DMK.

AIADMK,   Jayalalithaa,   DMK,   CN Annadurai,   All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam,   Lok Sabha polls,  
Mauritian PM rejects <strong>electoral</strong> <strong>reforms</strong> suggested by UN

Mauritian PM rejects electoral reforms suggested by UN

02 Jan 2014

Port Louis: Mauritian Prime Minister Navin Ramgoolam has virtually rejected the electoral system recommended by the UN, and said "reforms must unite, not divide" the people.

UNCHR,   Mauritius,   Navin Ramgoolam,   UN,   UN Commission on Human Rights,  
No response from most parties on proposed <strong>electoral</strong> <strong>reforms</strong>: Law Commission

No response from most parties on proposed electoral reforms: Law Commission

28 Jan 2014

New Delhi: The Law Commission on Tuesday has lamented over the ‘lukewarm’ response of political parties to its consultation paper, which was floated last year seeking stakeholders' views to enable it recommend reforms in the present electoral laws.

Law Commission,   electoral reforms,   political parties,   political parties in India,   Ajit Prakash Shah,  
Candidates can e-file nominations in Lok Sabha polls

Candidates can e-file nominations in Lok Sabha polls

16 Feb 2014

Ranchi: Candidates for the Lok Sabha elections would be able to e-file their nominations and affidavits, in a move aimed to bring about faster dissemination of information about the candidates, Election Commissioner HS Brahma said on Saturday.

Lok Sabha polls,   e-filing of nominations,   Election Commission,   electoral reforms,  
We are incurable optimists: India on UNSC <strong>reforms</strong>

We are incurable optimists: India on UNSC reforms

09 Sep 2014

United Nations: UN General Assembly has decided to carry forward talks on Security Council reforms to the next session, with India expressing dismay that the draft decision was no different from the one adopted a year ago and hoping that there will be a ‘clear roadmap’ on the issue in the upcoming session.

India,   UNSC reforms,   Sam Kutesa,   Asoke Mukerji,   Security Council reform,   Indian PM,   NaMo,  

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