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Rs.400 crore alimony <strong>news</strong> a fabrication: Hrithik Roshan

Rs.400 crore alimony news a fabrication: Hrithik Roshan

31 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Reacting to rumours that his estranged wife Sussanne Roshan has demanded an alimony of a whopping Rs.400 crore, actor Hrithik Roshan has said it is ‘fabricated news’, which is ‘testing my patience’.

Hrithik Roshan,   Sussanne Roshan,   bollywood,   actor,   actress,  
Chidambaram lauds government decision to push Insurance <strong>Bill</strong>

Chidambaram lauds government decision to push Insurance Bill

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Expressing satisfaction over the NDA government's decision to push the insurance bill, former Finance Minister P Chidambaram on Thursday said each government should build on the accomplishment of the previous one.

UPA government,   NDA government,   Chidambaram,   Insurance Bill,   FDI,  
No road projects without 80 percent <strong>land</strong> <strong>acquisition</strong>: Nitin Gadkari

No road projects without 80 percent land acquisition: Nitin Gadkari

23 Jul 2014

New Delhi: No highway projects would be bid out without 80 percent land acquisition so as to fast-track infrastructure development, and a shelf of 300 projects with all clearances will be created, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said here on Wednesday.

Road project,   Nitin Gadkari,   land acquisition,   infrastructure,   development,  
New Zealand to impose lengthy jail terms for match-fixing

New Zealand to impose lengthy jail terms for match-fixing

31 Jul 2014

Wellington: New Zealand is to slap a seven-year jail term on anyone caught match-fixing under a new law due to take effect before it hosts the cricket World Cup and Under-20 FIFA World Cup next year.

New Zealand,   lengthy jail,   match-fixing,   World Cup,   Match-Fixing Bill,   U-20 World Cup,   Lou Vincent,  
Good <strong>news</strong> shared via text and Twitter, bad <strong>news</strong> on phone

Good news shared via text and Twitter, bad news on phone

27 Jul 2014

Washington: People prefer communicating good news via text and Twitter while bad news is shared through a more intrusive medium such as telephone, according to a new study.

Twitter,   bad news,   Facebook,   phone,   good news,   text,   personal news,   social networking websites,  
Lab-to-<strong>Land</strong>, PM's slogan for increasing agriculture production

Lab-to-Land, PM's slogan for increasing agriculture production

29 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Pitching for greater use of research for boosting the agriculture sector, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday gave the slogan 'Lab-to-Land', saying that farmers should be able to enhance production to increase their income and feed the country as well as the world.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   ICAR,   Indian Council of Agricultural Research,   farmers,   agriculture,   agriculture in India,  
Opposition slams NDA government for lack of clarity in Budget

Opposition slams NDA government for lack of clarity in Budget

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Opposition on Wednesday attacked NDA government for raising hopes of transforming India without giving clarity in the Budget, while suggesting that it should focus on addressing the challenge of inflation in a different way.

NDA government,   budget,   inflation,   Congress,   political leaders,   finance bill,  
Tigers flourish in the <strong>land</strong> of Uttar Pradesh

Tigers flourish in the land of Uttar Pradesh

28 Jul 2014

Lucknow: In good news that would delight environmentalists, camera traps have shown an increase in the number of tigers in the core area of Uttar Pradesh’s Dudhwa tiger reserve this time around.

Uttar Pradesh,   tigers,   tiger census,   Dudhwa tiger reserve,   Katarniaghat wildlife sanctuary,   North and South kheri,   forest division,  Kishenpur wildlife sanctuary ,  
Rural Development Ministry suggests industry-friendly changes in <strong>Land</strong> <strong>Acquisition</strong> Act

Rural Development Ministry suggests industry-friendly changes in Land Acquisition Act

15 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The Union Rural Development Ministry has suggested a number of amendments to the Land Acquisition Act which would water down pro-farmer provisions like mandatory consent of at least 70 percent locals for acquiring land for PPP projects and 80 percent for acquiring land for private projects.

Rural Development Ministry,   Land Acquisition Act,   rural development,   land,   industrialisation,  
Fast-track <strong>rehabilitation</strong> of villages near sanctuary: Shivajirao Moghe

Fast-track rehabilitation of villages near sanctuary: Shivajirao Moghe

26 Jul 2014

Yavatmal: Rehabilitation of villages located in the vicinity of Tipeshwar Wildlife Sanctuary in the district will be expedited, Maharashtra Social Justice Minister Shivajirao Moghe has said.

Fast-track rehabilitation,   Maharashtra Social Justice Minister,   Shivajirao Moghe,   Kelapur Tehsil,   wildlife and bio-diversity conservation ,  

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