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 <strong>Karnataka</strong> doctors withdraw resignations, end strike

Karnataka doctors withdraw resignations, end strike

30 Oct 2014

Bangalore: About 2,600 government doctors, including specialists, across Karnataka on Wednesday agreed to withdraw their resignation letters and call off their protest following assurances by the state government that their demands will be fulfilled soon.

Karnataka,   Karnataka State Government,   Government Doctors,   Health Minister,   UT Khader,   ,  
BJP seeks <strong>Karnataka</strong> Governor intervention to bring administration back on track

BJP seeks Karnataka Governor intervention to bring administration back on track

29 Oct 2014

Bangalore: Accusing the Congress Government in Karnataka of being in 'deep slumber', Karnataka BJP on Wednesday sought Governor Vajubhai Vala's intervention to bring the administration back on track.

BJP,   Karnataka Governor,   Vajubhai Vala,   Prahlad Joshi,   Siddaramaiah ,  
RBI seeks comment on draft criteria to use Depositor <strong>Education</strong> Fund

RBI seeks comment on draft criteria to use Depositor Education Fund

29 Oct 2014

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank has sought comments from public on draft criteria for institutions seeking financial assistance from the Depositor Education Fund.

RBI,   Reserve Bank of India,   Reserve Bank,   Indian Economy,   Education Fund ,  
Trinidad cricket <strong>board</strong> condemns Windies players pull out

Trinidad cricket board condemns Windies players pull out

29 Oct 2014

Port-of-Spain: The Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) has condemned the recent decision by the West Indies cricketers to abort their tour of India.

Trinidad cricket board,   West Indies,   Windies pull out,   cricket board,   India series,   ,  
<strong>Karnataka</strong> CM to hold talks with agitating govt doctors

Karnataka CM to hold talks with agitating govt doctors

28 Oct 2014

Bangalore: Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Tuesday said he would hold talks on Wednesday with government doctors who have resigned en masse seeking wage revision among other demands.

Bangalore,   Karnataka,   Chief Minister,   Siddaramaiah,   government doctors,  wage revision,  
Tamil Nadu CM writes to PM on 'design flaws' in CBSE's UDAAN scheme

Tamil Nadu CM writes to PM on 'design flaws' in CBSE's UDAAN scheme

29 Oct 2014

Chennai: Expressing displeasure over lack of adequate contact class centres under CBSE's "UDAAN" scheme in the state, Tamil Nadu government on Wednesday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to "have these design flaws" examined and increase the number of centres.

Tamil Nadu CM,   PM Modi,   design flaws,   CBSE,   UDAAN scheme,   schools. education,   ,  
West Indies <strong>board</strong>, players meet to resolve impasse

West Indies board, players meet to resolve impasse

28 Oct 2014

St. John's (Antigua): Initial talks to resolve the latest spat between the West Indies players, their union WIPA, and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), have been described as "cordial, positive and fruitful".

West Indies,   WICB,   West Indies players,   Ram Slam,   Wavell Hinds,  
West Indies <strong>board</strong>, players meet to resolve impasse

West Indies board, players meet to resolve impasse

28 Oct 2014

St. John's (Antigua): Initial talks to resolve the latest spat between the West Indies players, their union WIPA, and the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), have been described as "cordial, positive and fruitful".

WICB,   WIPA,   West Indies Players,   WICB President,   Dave Cameron,   Director,   Don Wehby,   Chris Gayle,  
India has more specialists than general practitioners

India has more specialists than general practitioners

29 Oct 2014

New Delhi:  Indians need general physicians to address a majority of their health problems but the country has more specialists than basic MBBS doctors, experts feel.

general physicians,   MMBS,   MD,   Doctors in India,   Azad Medical college,   Medical courses in India,   Medical education ,  
SAT to hear DLF's plea against SEBI order tomorrow

SAT to hear DLF's plea against SEBI order tomorrow

29 Oct 2014

Mumbai: The Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) will on Wednesday hear an appeal against regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) by realty giant DLF, which has sought an interim relief for redeeming funds locked in mutual funds and other instruments.

SAT,   DLF,   SEBI,   DLF plea,   Securities Appellate Tribunal,   Securities and Exchange Board of India,  

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