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Attack on Vadra politically motivated: Congress

Attack on Vadra politically motivated: Congress

20 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Congress on Saturday questioned the timing and manner in which information about pages missing from government records pertaining to DLF-Robert Vadra deal were allowed to circulate in the media and described the entire episode as "politically motivated".

Congress,   Haryana government,   DLF Vadra deal,   Robert Vadra,   BJP,  
Battery charger cannot be held as phone's composite part: Supreme Court

Battery charger cannot be held as phone's composite part: Supreme Court

20 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Battery charger cannot be held to be a composite part of the cell phone for levying tax but is an independent product which can be sold separately, the Supreme Court has ruled.

Battery charger,   Punjab and Haryana High Court,   Supreme Court ,   Assessing Authority,   Appellate Authority,   Tribunal,   ,  
Protests on cotton MSP continues; 20 Congress workers detained

Protests on cotton MSP continues; 20 Congress workers detained

19 Dec 2014

Ahmedabad: Around 20 Congress workers including an MLA were on Friday detained by local police at Amreli town in Saurashtra region as a precautionary measure to stop them from staging protests at a government function attended by two state ministers.

higher Minimum Support Price (MSP),   Congress workers,   Saurashtra,   Amreli town,   Pradeepsinh Jadeja,   Jayanti Kavadia,   Paresh Dhanani,   ,  
No case of bird flu reported in <strong>Haryana</strong>: Health Minister

No case of bird flu reported in Haryana: Health Minister

19 Dec 2014

Chandigarh: Haryana Health Minister Anil Vij on Friday said no case of bird flu (H5N1 virus) has been reported in the state so far and the government is in constant touch with the Centre to prevent its outbreak.

Haryana,   Health Minister,   Anil Vij,   Bird flu,  Centre,  
Congress threatens to disrupt 'Vibrant Summit' over cotton MSP

Congress threatens to disrupt 'Vibrant Summit' over cotton MSP

18 Dec 2014

Ahmedabad: Gujarat Congress threatened to disrupt the forthcoming 'Vibrant Gujarat Summit' today, if both the Centre as well as the state government did not solve the issue of Minimum Support Price (MSP) of cotton within eight days.

Gujarat,   Congress,   Vibrant Gujarat Summit,   Cotton Minimum Support Price,   Arjun Modhwadia,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,  
Kashmir freezes; Leh coldest in Jammu & Kashmir at minus 14 degrees Celsius

Kashmir freezes; Leh coldest in Jammu & Kashmir at minus 14 degrees Celsius

18 Dec 2014

Srinagar: Leh and Kargil, in the frontier Ladakh region, recorded the lowest temperatures of the season so far with the mercury plunging more than 14 degrees below the freezing point as Kashmir division continued to experience sub-zero nights.

Leh snow,   Leh temperature,   Leh weather,   coldest place in Jammu and Kashmir,   J&K minimum temperature,   Kargil temperature,   Kargil weather,  
<strong>Haryana</strong> to come up with new industrial policy soon: Khattar

Haryana to come up with new industrial policy soon: Khattar

18 Dec 2014

Chandigarh: Haryana will soon come up with a new industrial policy to spur growth and enable the Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) to keep pace with the current market trends, the state government said.

Haryana,   Industrial policy,   Haryana growth,   Micro Small and Medium Enterprises,   MSMEs,   Haryana government,  
<strong>Haryana</strong> government to set up training hall for yoga

Haryana government to set up training hall for yoga

18 Dec 2014

Chandigarh: Haryana Government will set up a conference and training hall for yoga and naturopathy in Institute of Indian System of Medicine and Research (IISMR) at Panchkula near here, state Health Minister Anil Vij said on Thursday.

Yoga,   naturopathy,   Haryana government,   training hall,   Panchkula,   Institute of Indian System of Medicine and Research (IISMR),   ,  
 Government to soon come with new plan to decongest Delhi:M Venkaih Naidu

Government to soon come with new plan to decongest Delhi:M Venkaih Naidu

19 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The government will soon come up with a new urban plan to decongest Delhi, which includes expansion of metro rail, introduction of circular railway around the capital city and revival of the BRT corridor, Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said on Friday.

Delhi,   Metro Rail,   BRT corridor,   Urban Development Minister,   M Venkaih Naidu,   Haryana,   Delhi Development Authority,   Mahesh Giri,   Ramesh Bidhuri ,  
Government considering amendment to labour laws

Government considering amendment to labour laws

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Government on Wednesday said it was "actively" considering amendments to various labour laws including the Child Labour Act, Factories Act and Minimum Wages Act.

Child Labour Act,   Factories Act,   Minimum Wages Act,   labour laws,   Child Labour,  

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