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Government planning to make bribery in polls a cognisable offence

Government planning to make bribery in polls a cognisable offence

01 Feb 2015

New Delhi: In its bid to check corruption in the poll process, the NDA government is contemplating to amend the law to make bribery - both cash and kind - during elections a cognisable offence, empowering police to arrest the violators without a warrant and jail up to two years.

Corruption in poll process,   NDA government,   bribery in elections,   Home Ministry,  
Re-investigation of 1984 anti-Sikh riots cases by SIT likely

Re-investigation of 1984 anti-Sikh riots cases by SIT likely

01 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Thirty years after the anti-Sikh riots in Delhi, a fresh probe is likely with a government-appointed committee recommending constitution of a Special Investigation Team (SIT) for the same, a move seen by the Congress as an attempt to woo voters ahead of polls here.

Government committee,   SIT for 1984 riots,   1984 anti Sikh riot cases,   Justice (retd) GP Mathur,   Home Minister Rajnath Singh,  
Cold wave conditions persist in <strong>Punjab</strong>, Haryana

Cold wave conditions persist in Punjab, Haryana

31 Jan 2015

Chandigarh: Cold wave conditions continued unabated in Punjab and Haryana with minimum temperatures hovering several notches below normal in most parts of both states.

weather in Punjab,   weather in Haryana,   Punjab Haryana temperature,   cold wave in India,  
Back-in-form Atwal aims for <strong>home</strong> glory at Indian Open

Back-in-form Atwal aims for home glory at Indian Open

30 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Having returned to the winner's circle last month after a frustrating four-year title drought, ace India golfer Arjun Atwal will feature in the USD 1.5 million Hero Indian Open with renewed confidence when the action begins here at the Delhi Golf Club from February 19-22.

India golfer Arjun Atwal,   Indian Open,   Delhi Golf Club,  
John Kerry fined for failing to remove snow outside his <strong>home</strong>

John Kerry fined for failing to remove snow outside his home

30 Jan 2015

Washington: The United States Secretary of State John Kerry has been fined a penalty of USD 50 by the Boston City officials for not removing snow dumped on the side street in front of his house which was formed due to the massive snowstorm this week.

John Kerry,   United States Secretary of State,   Boston City official,  snowstorm,  
Ghar Wapsi in Tamil Nadu: Hindu outfit 'reconverts' nine

Ghar Wapsi in Tamil Nadu: Hindu outfit 'reconverts' nine

30 Jan 2015

Chennai: Amid raging controversy over "ghar wapsi", nine persons, including three couples, were reconverted to Hindu religion after being Christians for over a decade at a brief ceremony here on Friday.

Ghar Wapsi,   Tamil Nadu,   religion reconversion,   Hindu religion,   home coming,  
Feared not getting international ton at Eden: Sourav Ganguly

Feared not getting international ton at Eden: Sourav Ganguly

29 Jan 2015

Kolkata: Former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Wednesday revealed that his biggest fear in his cricketing career was to have not scored an international hundred at his home ground, the historic Eden Gardens.

Sourav Ganguly,   Eden Gardens,   century at home ground ,  
 Punjabi actor Diljit Dosanjh to romance Kareena Kapoor Khan in 'Udta <strong>Punjab</strong>'

Punjabi actor Diljit Dosanjh to romance Kareena Kapoor Khan in 'Udta Punjab'

29 Jan 2015

New Delhi: According to the latest buzz in B-town, the much awaited Abhishey Chaubey's directorial venture 'Udta Punjab' will mark the entry of Punjabi star Diljit Dosanjh opposite Kareena Kapoor Khan.

Punjabi actor Diljit Dosanjh,   Kareena Kapoor,   Udta Punjab,   Shahid Kapoor,   Alia Bhatt,  
Cold continues in <strong>Punjab</strong>, Haryana; Amritsar freezes at minus 1 degrees Celsius

Cold continues in Punjab, Haryana; Amritsar freezes at minus 1 degrees Celsius

28 Jan 2015

Chandigarh: Freezing cold waves swept Amritsar in Punjab on Wednesday as the minimum temperature plummeted to minus 1 degree Celsius with several other parts of Punjab and Haryana also reeling under biting chill.

Punjab weather,   Haryana weather,   Punjab Haryana temperature,   cold wave,  
I feel at <strong>home</strong> in India: Ban Ki-moon

I feel at home in India: Ban Ki-moon

27 Jan 2015

United Nations: Fondly recalling his "wonderful" memories of India, UN chief Ban Ki-moon has said he feels at home in the country and still remembers the phone number of his old house in New Delhi where he started his diplomatic career in 1972.

Ban Ki-moon,   UN Chief,   Ban Ki-moon love for India,   UN secretary general,  

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