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'One Rank, One <strong>Pension</strong>' spadework moving on fast-track: Manohar Parrikar

'One Rank, One Pension' spadework moving on fast-track: Manohar Parrikar

31 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Saturday said his Ministry would finalise modalities for the much delayed 'One Rank, One Pension' (OROP) scheme by next week and the file would be sent to Finance Ministry for further action.

One Rank One Pension,   OROP scheme,   Defence Minister,   Manohar Parrikar,   Defence Ministry ,  
'Wrong' to interpret Obama's religious <strong>freedom</strong> remarks on NDA government: BJP

'Wrong' to interpret Obama's religious freedom remarks on NDA government: BJP

27 Jan 2015

New Delhi: BJP on Tuesday said that it would be "wrong" to interpret that US President Barack Obama talked of religious tolerance and freedom in the context of the government led by it as India has been giving lessons to the world on the issue.

BJP,   Barack Obama,   Obama India visit,   Religious tolerance,   NDA government,  
Anti-terror action shouldn't be on basis of vague laws: Amnesty

Anti-terror action shouldn't be on basis of vague laws: Amnesty

26 Jan 2015

Davos: Concerned over freedom of expression being hurt while acting against those violating such rights, Amnesty International has called for doing away with use of vaguely-defined provisions in the anti-terror laws and other such legislations.

Anti-terror action,   Freedom of Expression,   Amnesty International,   Charlie Hebdo,   French Government,   WEF Summit,  
PM Modi pays tribute to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

PM Modi pays tribute to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

23 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday paid tribute to freedom fighter Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose on his 118th birth anniversary here on Friday.

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose,   PM Modi,   Netaji 118 anniversary,   twitter,   freedom fighter,  
France defends <strong>freedom</strong> of speech after violent protests

France defends freedom of speech after violent protests

17 Jan 2015

Paris: President Francois Hollande stressed on Saturday that France was committed to "freedom of expression" after fresh violence broke out in Niger at a rally against French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.

France,   freedom of speech,   France protests,   French magazine Charlie Hebdo,   France President Francois Hollande,  
Defence Minister not to pursue pending disability <strong>pension</strong> cases

Defence Minister not to pursue pending disability pension cases

15 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Going against the advice of his own babus, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has decided not to pursue nearly 4,000 disability pension cases pending against his ministry in courts, a move which will benefit thousands of soldiers waging a long legal battle.

Defence Minister,   Manohar Parrikar,   Disability Pension Cases,   Supreme Court,   ,  
Single smart card soon for workers' social security benefits

Single smart card soon for workers' social security benefits

18 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Labour Ministry plans to issue a single smartcard for formal sector workers to help them avail of a host of benefits under different social security schemes such as pension, provident fund and health insurance.

Smartcard,   Social Security Benefits,   Pension,   Provident Fund,   Health Insurance,  
Army, police, emergency services can use red beacon lights: SC

Army, police, emergency services can use red beacon lights: SC

19 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday permitted armed forces, Delhi Police, ambulances, fire and other emergency services to have red beacon lights on their vehicles besides other colours depending on their operational requirements.

Supreme Court,   Armed forces,   Delhi Police,   Ambulances,   Fire fighters,   Emergency services,   Red beacon,  
Pakistan calls Kashmiri separatists '<strong>freedom</strong> <strong>fighters</strong>'

Pakistan calls Kashmiri separatists 'freedom fighters'

06 Nov 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday called Kashmiri separatists "freedom fighters", a day after Defence Minister Arun Jaitley asked the country to draw a red line and decide whether it wants to talk to Government or those who want to break India.

Islamabad,   Pakistan,   Kashmiri separatists,   freedom fighters,   Defence Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   Modi Government,   India Pak dispute,  
Railways not to be privatised, but investments needed for growth: Suresh Prabhu

Railways not to be privatised, but investments needed for growth: Suresh Prabhu

19 Jan 2015

Hyderabad: Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Monday mooted the idea of foreign pension funds being invested in initiatives to raise financial resources for the Railways.

privatisation of Railways,   Railways investments,   Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu,   railways foreign pension funds,  

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