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Ganguly gives away his BCCI <strong>pension</strong> to Ankit Keshri's family

Ganguly gives away his BCCI pension to Ankit Keshri's family

25 Apr 2015

Kolkata: Former India captain Sourav Ganguly has decided to give away his BCCI pension for this year to the deceased Under-19 Bengal cricketer Ankit Keshri's family.

Sourav Ganguly ,   Ankit Keshri,   BCCI,   Cricket Association of Bengal,   Death,   latest sports news,  
Government hikes <strong>pension</strong> for 'martyrs' of  'Maha-K' taka border dispute

Government hikes pension for 'martyrs' of 'Maha-K' taka border dispute

22 Apr 2015

Mumbai: The family members of "martyrs" of Maharashtra-Karnataka border dispute agitation will get a rise of Rs 2,000 in monthly pension.The monthly pension for them will be Rs 10,000, as per a government resolution (GR) issued on Wednesday.

Government hikes pension,   martyrs,   taka border dispute,   government resolution,   Latest nation news ,  
Government plans to sell road projects worth Rs 1 Lakh crore to foreign funds: Nitin Gadkari

Government plans to sell road projects worth Rs 1 Lakh crore to foreign funds: Nitin Gadkari

22 Apr 2015

New Delhi: The government plans to sell highways projects worth Rs 1 lakh crore to foreign pension and insurance funds to attract overseas investments into the sector, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Wednesday.

Road Projects,   Foreign Funds,   Road Minister,   Nitin Gadkari,   Foreign Pension,   Insurance Funds,   Mindmine Summit,   NDA Government,   Railways,   Land Bill,   Latest Nation News ,  
Illegal construction in enclave under High Court scanner

Illegal construction in enclave under High Court scanner

05 Apr 2015

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has sought the responses of the city police and South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) on a PIL alleging largescale unauthorised construction in the Freedom Fighters Enclave here.

Illegal Construction,   Delhi High Court,   Delhi Police,   Delhi Municipal Corporation,   Freedom Fighters Enclave,   Latest News ,  
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik bats for net <strong>freedom</strong>

Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik bats for net freedom

17 Apr 2015

Bhubaneswar: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Friday said any move to dilute internet freedom would cause economic loss to the booming IT industry and it might affect the poor as several services to them were delivered through the internet.

Odisha Chief Minister,   Naveen Patnaik,   Net freedom,   IT industry,   TRAI,   Telecom Regulatory Authority of India,   Net Neutrality,   Latest State News,  
 All you need to know about Mangal Pandey

All you need to know about Mangal Pandey

08 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Freedom fighter Mangal Pandey was born on July 19, 1827 in a Hindu Brahmin family at Nagwa village in Balia district of Uttar Pradesh.

Freedom fighter,   Mangal Pandey,   Indian freedom fighter,   India,   Kolkata,  
PFRDA to take view on Bajpai panel report in next three weeks

PFRDA to take view on Bajpai panel report in next three weeks

15 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) would take a view on GN Bajpai panel report, that suggested investment into venture capital, in next 2-3 weeks, its chairman Hemant Contractor has said.

PFRDA,   Bajpai Panel Report,  Former SEBI chief,   GN Bajpai,   National Pension Scheme,   NPS Schemes,   Latest Nation News ,  
Net neutrality: TRAI paper says mobile apps can impact national security

Net neutrality: TRAI paper says mobile apps can impact national security

15 Apr 2015

New Delhi: As a debate rages on 'net neutrality', a discussion paper floated by regulator TRAI has said that mobile applications providing free internet-based calls and messaging services can be a threat to individual and national security.

TRAI,   Net neutrality,   internet based calls,   WhatsApp,   Skype,   Viber,   Internet,   savetheinternet,   internet freedom,   latest news,   Latest news on Net neutrality ,  
School yoga does not violate religious <strong>freedom</strong>: US court

School yoga does not violate religious freedom: US court

04 Apr 2015

Los Angeles: A US court has ruled that Yoga classes in an elementary school in California do not endorse Hinduism or violate students' right to religious freedom and are "devoid of any religious or mystical trappings".

Yoga classes,   Yoga in US,   yoga in schools,   Hinduism,   US students,   Religious freedom ,  
<strong>Freedom</strong> <strong>fighters</strong> seeks Sonia Gandhi’s intervention for sanction of <strong>pension</strong>

Freedom fighters seeks Sonia Gandhi’s intervention for sanction of pension

24 Mar 2013

A delegation of the Puducherry Freedom Fighters Welfare Movement will call on UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi at New Delhi soon seeking her intervention for sanction of pension to genuine freedom-fighters.

Sonia Gandhi,   Freedom fighters,   UPA,   Puducherry Freedom Fighters,   pension for freedom fighters,  

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