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Film on <strong>Indira</strong> Gandhi's assassins barred from release

Film on Indira Gandhi's assassins barred from release

22 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The government has barred the release of controversial Punjabi film 'Kaum De Heere' based on former prime minister Indira Gandhi's assassination on Friday citing apprehensions of law and order problems in parts of the country.

Indira Gandhi,   Kaum De Heere,   former prime minister,   Central Board of Film Certification,   CBFC,   Information and Broadcasting Ministry,  
<strong>Bihar</strong> minister's son battling for life after suspected ragging

Bihar minister's son battling for life after suspected ragging

22 Aug 2014

Patna: Bihar Cooperative minister Jai Kumar Singh on Friday claimed that his son Adarsh Kumar Singh is battling for life at a hospital in Delhi after suspected ragging.

Bihar,   Jai Kumar Singh,   Adarsh Kumar Singh,   Scindia School,   ragging,  
MHA asks IB Ministry to review censor clearance to film on <strong>Indira</strong> assassination

MHA asks IB Ministry to review censor clearance to film on Indira assassination

21 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Home Ministry has expressed reservation and serious concern over the contents of a Punjabi film on former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's assassination and asked the Information and Broadcasting Ministry to take a relook at the clearance given to it.

MHA,   Indira Gandhi,   Home Ministry,   Indira Gandhi's assassination,   Information and Broadcasting ministry,  
Ghagra and Rapti rivers flowing above danger mark

Ghagra and Rapti rivers flowing above danger mark

22 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Ghagra in Bihar's Siwan district and the Rapti in Uttar Pradesh's Balrampur are flowing above the danger mark, a statement said on Friday.

Ghagra river,   Rapti river,   River’s above danger mark,   Uttar Pradesh flood,   Bihar flood,  
Manmohan Singh sought a soft job, but <strong>Indira</strong> Gandhi did not agree

Manmohan Singh sought a soft job, but Indira Gandhi did not agree

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Manmohan Singh, who steered the UPA government for 10 years as prime minister, was looking for a 'soft' job in his 50s but was told by then prime minister Indira Gandhi to become the governor of the Reserve Bank of India as he was ‘too young to do a soft job’, a new book by his daughter has revealed.

Manmohan Singh,   Indira Gandhi,   UPA government,   Congress,   Prime Minister,  
State-sponsored pilgrimage for differently-abled in Chhattisgarh

State-sponsored pilgrimage for differently-abled in Chhattisgarh

20 Aug 2014

Raipur: The Chhattisgarh government has decided to sponsor trips to key pilgrimage centres across the country for differently-abled people of the state.

pilgrimage,   differently-abled,   Chhattisgarh,   Social Welfare Department,   Chhattisgarh Mukhyamantri Teerth Yojna Act 2012,  ,   ,  
Narrow escape for 154 passengers as IndiGo flight catches fire

Narrow escape for 154 passengers as IndiGo flight catches fire

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Nearly 150 people on board an IndiGo aircraft had a narrow escape on Wednesday following a problem in its landing gear that caused thick smoke to emnate after touching down at the airport here, leaving some passengers with minor injuries during evacuation.

Indigo flight,   fire,   ATC,   Terminal 1D,   Indira Gandhi International Airport,   ATC tower,   passengers,  
Voting underway for <strong>Bihar</strong> by-polls; prestige of Lalu, Nitish at stake

Voting underway for Bihar by-polls; prestige of Lalu, Nitish at stake

21 Aug 2014

Patna: About 34 percent voting was recorded till 2 PM in the crucial bypolls being held in 10 Assembly seats in Bihar.

Bihar By-polls,   Bihar Assembly,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Lalu Prasad,   Nitish Kumar,  
Over 50 percent panchayats in <strong>Bihar</strong> don't have banking service

Over 50 percent panchayats in Bihar don't have banking service

20 Aug 2014

Patna: At a time when the Centre has launched an ambitious scheme to ensure that each family gets a bank account, the expansion of banks in Bihar has moved at snail's pace with over 50 per cent panchayats still to be covered by its service.

Bihar,   banking service,   panchayat,   bank account,   Patna,   Finance Minister Bihar,  
Sushil Modi charges Nitish, ministers with insulting Manjhi

Sushil Modi charges Nitish, ministers with insulting Manjhi

21 Aug 2014

Patna: Senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi on Thursday charged former chief minister Nitish Kumar and some ministers in Jitan Ram Manjhi government with slighting the chief minister on several occasions.

Bihar,   Chief Minister,   former chief minister,   Jeetan Manjhi,   Sushil Modi,   Nitish Kumar,   elections,   Lalu Prasad Yadav,  

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