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Complaints by <strong>Indian</strong> workers working in Gulf on the rise: Government

Complaints by Indian workers working in Gulf on the rise: Government

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Complaints from Indian workers in some Gulf countries have shown an upward trend with the highest number those in Qatar in the last one year, the government told Rajya Sabha.

Rajya Sabha,   Indian workers,   United Arab Emirates ,   NRI v,  
Universities must have greater academic freedom, autonomy: PM Modi

Universities must have greater academic freedom, autonomy: PM Modi

03 Jan 2015

Mumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday batted for giving universities more academic freedom, autonomy and promised to cut excessive regulation, cumbersome procedures to encourage research.

Digital connectivity,   school,   PM Modi,   science,   technology,   Narendra Modi,   Indian Science Congress,   ISC,   ,  
2014 records 562 ceasefire violations in J&K, highest in 11 years

2014 records 562 ceasefire violations in J&K, highest in 11 years

28 Dec 2014

Jammu: Over 550 incidents of ceasefire violations by Pakistan occurred this year, the highest since the truce came into force in 2003, with the Indo-Pak border witnessing the worst such escalation during August to October which left 13 people, including 2 security personnel dead, and thousands displaced.

Ceasefire,   Pakistan,   Indo-Pak border,   LoC,   Indian army,  
"Vibrant India": PM Narendra Modi's superlative act to charm investors

"Vibrant India": PM Narendra Modi's superlative act to charm investors

11 Jan 2015

Gandhinagar: Global statesmen and business titans descended on Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state on Sunday to pay homage to the man they count on to unleash big-bang reforms and create one of the few bright spots in a troubled world economy.

VibrantGujarat2015,   Indian Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   world economy,   Vibrant Gujarat,   Mukesh Ambani,   US Secretary of State John Kerry,   UN Secretary General,   Ban Ki-moon,   World Bank head Jim Yong Kim,   US President Barack Obama ,  
Congo invites <strong>Indian</strong> farmers to explore farming opportunities

Congo invites Indian farmers to explore farming opportunities

25 Nov 2014

Chandigarh: Republic of Congo on Tuesday invited Indian farmers and food processing sector to explore business opportunities there, saying it is ready to offer all "possible support" in this regard.

Indian Farmers,   Indian economy,   Congo,   Republic of Congo,   ,  
Amendments to <strong>Indian</strong> Trusts Act, 1882 gets Cabinet nod

Amendments to Indian Trusts Act, 1882 gets Cabinet nod

05 Dec 2014

New Delhi: In a major move to enable private trusts to invest in listed shares and specified debt securities, the Union Cabinet on Friday approved the tabling of a bill to effect long-pending amendments to the Indian Trusts Act.

Amendments to Indian Trusts Act,   Union Cabinet,   Indian Trusts Act,   Indian Trusts Amendment Bill,   EPFO,   Finance Ministry,  
Pakistan boat crews were suspected terrorists: Manohar Parrikar

Pakistan boat crews were suspected terrorists: Manohar Parrikar

05 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Occupants of a Pakistani vessel that blew up and sank off the coast of Gujarat were "suspected terrorists", Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Monday.

Pakistan boat men,   Pakistan vessel,   Pakistan boat crews,   Pakistan suspected terror links,   Defence Minister,   Manohar Parrikar,   Indian Coast Guard,  
Coal strike ends; Government assures CIL won't be privatized

Coal strike ends; Government assures CIL won't be privatized

08 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Coal workers on Wednesday called off their nationwide strike after two days as the government assured trade unions the state-run Coal India Ltd (CIL) will not be privatized and the employees' interest will be protected.

Coal workers' nationwide strike,   Coal strike ends,   coal blocks,   government trade unions,   Coal India,   Indian National Mine Workers' Federation,   Piyush Goyal,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,  
3 out of 5 people feel unsafe on <strong>Indian</strong> roads: Survey

3 out of 5 people feel unsafe on Indian roads: Survey

03 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Three out of five people feel unsafe on Indian roads, says a survey conducted in 12 cities of the country including the four metros.

Road Transport and Safety Bill,   GK Pillai,   SaveLIFE Foundation,   Global Road Safety Partnership,   Indian roads,   ,  
<strong>Indian</strong> women should document their achievements: Sitharaman

Indian women should document their achievements: Sitharaman

22 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Asserting that Indian women have a significant role to play in nation building, Minister of State for Commerce Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday said women should start "documenting their achievements".

Minister of State for Commerce,   Nirmala Sitharaman,   documenting their achievements,   World Hindu Congress,   activist Kiran Bedi ,  

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