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Kerala all set to become plastic-<strong>free</strong>

Kerala all set to become plastic-free

30 Sep 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: An ambitious programme to make Kerala free from plastic waste will be launched by the government through an anti-plastic drive on October 2, Gandhi Jayanti day.

Gandhi Jayanti,   October 2,   Kerala,   plastic-free,   urban civic bodies,  
BSP hopeful of playing major role in government formation in J&K

BSP hopeful of playing major role in government formation in J&K

29 Sep 2014

Jammu: Claiming that BSP will play a major role in the formation of the next government in Jammu and Kashmir, the party on Sunday said it will provide a corruption-free government to the people of the state.

Jammu and Kashmir,   corruption-free government,   BSP,   era of change,   BSP National General Secretary,   Narender Kashyap ,  
Is 'Ad <strong>free</strong>' Ello your new social networking address?

Is 'Ad free' Ello your new social networking address?

26 Sep 2014

New York: A new social networking site Ello - described by some people as 'anti-Facebook',  has created quite a buzz claims to end the 'real name' policy by keeping itself simple, beautiful and ad-free.

Ad-free,   Social networking,   facebook,   Ello,   Real name policy,   ,  
Mahendra Mohan Gupta elected PTI Chairman

Mahendra Mohan Gupta elected PTI Chairman

24 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Mahendra Mohan Gupta, CMD and Editorial Director of the Jagran Prakashan Limited that publishes 34 editions of the daily besides other publications in Hindi, Urdu, English, Gujarati and Punjabi, was on Wednesday unanimously elected Chairman of  Press Trust of India.

Mahendra Mohan Gupta,   Press Trust of India,   Jagran Prakashan,   Hormusji N Cama,   Bombay Samachar,   PTI Board,   Press Council of India,  
Gunmen open fire at journalist's house

Gunmen open fire at journalist's house

17 Feb 2014

Imphal: Unidentified gunmen opened fire at the house of a journalist, who was allegedly beaten up by the personnel of India Reserve Battalion recently, in Imphal West district of Manipur on Monday, police said.

security issues in imphal,   All Manipur Working Journalists' Union,  India Reserve Battalion,  Imphal Free Press,  
Manipur: IRB havildar suspended for beating up journalist

Manipur: IRB havildar suspended for beating up journalist

14 Feb 2014

IMPHAL: A havildar of the India Reserve Battalion (IRB) has been suspended over his alleged assault on a journalist of a local English daily earlier this week, said the police on Friday.

India Reserve Battalion,   Imphal Free Press,   All Manipur Working Journalists' Union,   security issues in Imphal,  
Police plan to turn Kerala capital 'tobacco-<strong>free</strong>'

Police plan to turn Kerala capital 'tobacco-free'

23 Sep 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala capital may turn into a tobacco-free city soon with city police taking several initiatives, including strict implementation of anti-tobacco laws.

Kerala,   Tobacco free state,   Dry state,   No liquor state,   Anti-tobacco laws,   smoke-free zone ,  
Freedom of <strong>press</strong> entails responsibility: Javadekar

Freedom of press entails responsibility: Javadekar

11 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Freedom of the press is important but it does not come free and entails responsibility as well, Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Wednesday.

Press,   Press freedom,   I&B minister,   Prakash Javadekar,   Telangana CM,   Chandrasekhar Rao,  
Datawind to launch Rs 2,000 smartphone with <strong>free</strong> Internet

Datawind to launch Rs 2,000 smartphone with free Internet

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: With an aim to double its volumes, low-cost mobile devices maker Datawind said it will launch a Rs 2,000 smartphone before Diwali that will come bundled with free Internet for life.

Low-cost mobiles,   Datawind,   Datawind mobiles,   Budget smartphones,   Datawind smartphones,   Diwali,   Internet,  
Manipur government orders educational institutes to close

Manipur government orders educational institutes to close

12 Sep 2014

Imphal: Manipur government has asked all educational institutes to close for an indefinite period until further orders in view of widespread protests by various social organisations demanding implementation of Inner Line Permit System (ILPS), official said on Friday.

Manipur government,   educational institutes,   Imphal,   ILPS,   indefinite period,   Inner Line Permit System,  

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