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<strong>Uttarakhand</strong>: New community radio goes on air in Rudraprayag

Uttarakhand: New community radio goes on air in Rudraprayag

22 Sep 2014

Dehradun: A new community radio went on air in Uttarakhand to disseminate information to two lakh people in 200 remote villages in the disaster–prone Rudraprayag district.

Uttarakhand,   Rudraprayag,   Uttarakhand disaster,   community radio,   community radio in Uttarakhand,  
Fire in Tamil Nadu Secretariat in Chennai

Fire in Tamil Nadu Secretariat in Chennai

22 Sep 2014

Chennai: A fire broke out at the Secretariat in Chennai on Monday but it was immediately extinguished, officials said. The fire was minor and no causalities were reported.

Fire,   Government building,   Tamil Nadu Secretariat,   Short circuit,   Fire tenders,   Chennai Fire ,  
PM Modi to meet US-based Jewish groups in New York

PM Modi to meet US-based Jewish groups in New York

22 Sep 2014

New York: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet US-based Jewish groups during his visit to US this week followed by a meeting between External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and her Israeli counterpart.

PM Modi,   US-based Jewish groups,   New York,   Narendra Modi,   NDA government,   ,  
Modi welcomes agreement on <strong>government</strong> formation in Afghanistan

Modi welcomes agreement on government formation in Afghanistan

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday welcomed the agreement on government formation in Afghanistan and said India will stand steadfastly with the new dispensation in that country as it continues the task of building a strong, developed and peaceful nation.

Modi,   agreement on government formation,   Afghanistan,   Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,   ,  
UN chief welcomes unity <strong>government</strong> deal in Afghanistan

UN chief welcomes unity government deal in Afghanistan

22 Sep 2014

United Nations: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Sunday welcomed the conclusion of the presidential polls in Afghanistan as well as an agreement on formation of a national unity government in the country.

UN chief,   unity government deal,   Afghanistan,   Ban Ki Moon,   Ashraf Ghani,  
BJP will make more attempts to form govt in Delhi, says Arvind Kejriwal

BJP will make more attempts to form govt in Delhi, says Arvind Kejriwal

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convener Arvind Kejriwal has claimed that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will make a couple of more attempts to form government in Delhi before the Assembly is dissolved.

BJP,   Bharatiya Janata Party,   AAP,   Aam Aadmi Party,   Delhi,   Delhi government,   Arvind Kejriwal ,  
CVOs to keep vigil on govt <strong>employees</strong> to ensure punctuality

CVOs to keep vigil on govt employees to ensure punctuality

19 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: It’s a new job for vigilance officers in Punjab as the state government on Friday issued a circular asking them to keep a vigil on habitual late-comers and absentees.

Chandigarh,   vigilance officers,   Punjab,   state government,   circular,   habitual late-comers,   absentees,  
NHRC notice to <strong>Uttarakhand</strong> govt over dilapidated school buildings

NHRC notice to Uttarakhand govt over dilapidated school buildings

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: National Human Rights Commission has issued a notice to the Uttarakhand government following reports of students being forced to wear helmets in classes due to dilapidated condition of school buildings.

NHRC,   notice,   Uttarakhand government,   Uttarakhand,   Dehradun,   helmets,   school,   school buildings,  
Why unequal pay irks <strong>employees</strong>

Why unequal pay irks employees

19 Sep 2014

New York: Ever wondered why it bothers you when your colleague earns more even when both of you do the same jobs? This is because humans have a sense of fairness that has evolved over time to favour long-term cooperation, says a study.

unequal pay,   displease,   employees,   colleague,   unfairness,   self-control,  
Nepal seeks technical cooperation from India for extending Provident Fund

Nepal seeks technical cooperation from India for extending Provident Fund

20 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Nepal on Saturday sought technical cooperation from India for extending Provident Fund in organized and unorganized sectors in that country. A delegation led by Secretary of Nepal Prime Minister and Employees Provident Fund (EPF), Nepal chief Durga Nidhi Sharma met Union Labour Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and held deliberations on the issue.

Employees Provident Fund,   Secretary of Nepal Prime Minister,   Durga Nidhi Sharma,   Union Labour Minister Narendra Singh Tomar ,  

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