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Government committed to provide quality healthcare to all: J P Nadda

Government committed to provide quality healthcare to all: J P Nadda

24 Nov 2014

New Delhi: As the government prepares to roll out a mission to provide health insurance to the poor for free, Health Minister J P Nadda on Monday said that it was committed to providing quality health care to all with a focus on marginalised communities.

health insurance,   quality healthcare,   India,   free healthcare to poor,   Health Minister,   J P Nadda,   National Health Assurance Mission,   NAHM,  
Govt committed to <strong>free</strong> Waqf properties of encroachment: Najma

Govt committed to free Waqf properties of encroachment: Najma

22 Nov 2014

Chennai: Centre is committed to free Waqf properties of encroachment and develop them with the help of a "strong legislation", Union Minority Affairs Minister Najma Heptulla said.

Waqf board,   Waqf properties,   Encroachment,   Minority Affairs Minister,   Najma Heptulla,  
Obama urges Asia <strong>free</strong> <strong>press</strong>, defends US approach

Obama urges Asia free press, defends US approach

14 Nov 2014

Yagon (Myanmar): President Barack Obama pressed for greater freedom for reporters in Myanmar and China while defending the balance he said US seeks to strike at home.

Obama,   Barack Obama,   Fredom of press,   US,   China,   Mayanmar,   ,  
5 Indian fishermen set <strong>free</strong> by Sri Lanka arrive in Chennai

5 Indian fishermen set free by Sri Lanka arrive in Chennai

21 Nov 2014

Chennai: Five fishermen from Tamil Nadu, who were sentenced to death in Sri Lanka for alleged drug trafficking but set free after President Mahinda Rajapaksa pardoned them, arrived here on Thursday.

Indian fishermen,   Indian fishermen released,   Mahinda Rajapaksa,   fishermen from Rameswaram,   ,  
31 new generic medicines to be given <strong>free</strong> at AIIMS

31 new generic medicines to be given free at AIIMS

20 Nov 2014

New Delhi: All India Institute Of Medical Science (AIIMS) on Wednesday added 31 new generic medicines in its list of those for free distribution among patients.

AIIMS,   AIIMS OPD,   generic medicines,   generic medicines at AIIMS,   MCI,  
India's building solutions company enters UAE <strong>free</strong> zone

India's building solutions company enters UAE free zone

20 Nov 2014

Dubai: An India-based building solutions firm has joined one of the major business and industrial parks in the UAE to expand its business in the Middle East.

UAE,   UAE free zone,   Ras Al Khaimah Investment Authority ,   Indian economy,   UAE,  
Congress promises <strong>free</strong> TV sets and rice in Jharkhand poll manifesto

Congress promises free TV sets and rice in Jharkhand poll manifesto

19 Nov 2014

Ranchi: The Congress on Wednesday promised to provide 35 kg rice free of cost to people not in the Income Tax category and free TV sets to BPL families if it came to power in Jharkhand ahead of the five-phase polls beginning on November 25.

Jharkhand,   Congress,   Jharkhand Poll Manifesto,  Former Union Minister,   Subodh Kant Sahai,  AICC leader,   B K Hariprasad,   Jharkhand Finance Minister,   Rajendra Prasad Singh,   PCC president ,  Sukhdeo Bhagat,   ,  
Connaught Place gets public Wi-Fi

Connaught Place gets public Wi-Fi

17 Nov 2014

New Delhi: In consonance with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Digital India' project, the New Delhi Municipal Council launched Wi-Fi services in Connaught Place, the business hub of the capital.

Digital India,   Free Wi-Fi,   Wi-Fi services,   Connaught Place,   Free internet,  
Australia, China seal <strong>free</strong> trade deal after nearly decade of talks

Australia, China seal free trade deal after nearly decade of talks

17 Nov 2014

Sydney: Australia and China sealed a landmark free trade deal on Monday after nearly a decade of talks, unlocking what they said would be substantial new benefits for years to come. Under the pact, 93 percent of all Australian goods entering China will be tariff free within four years.

Australia,   China,   free trade deal,   talks,   tariff free,   Prime Minister,   Tony Abbott,   President,   Xi Jinping,  
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,  

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