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CEO of PepsicCo India to deliver JRD Tata oration at XLRI

CEO of PepsicCo India to deliver JRD Tata oration at XLRI

22 Nov 2014

Jamshedpur: The chairman and CEO of PepsiCo India, D Shivakumar will deliver the JRD Tata oration on Business Ethics at Xavier School of Management (XLRI) on November 29 here.

CEO of PepsicCo India,   D Shivakumar,   JRD Tata oration,   Business Ethics at XLRI,   Xavier School of Management,  
Madras <strong>High</strong> Court quashes summons issued by magistrate court against DIG

Madras High Court quashes summons issued by magistrate court against DIG

22 Nov 2014

Madurai: The Madras High Court on Saturday quashed summons issued by a judicial magistrate in Kanyakumari district to Deputy Inspector General of Police Y John Nicholson on a private criminal complaint.

Madras High Court,   Deputy Inspector General,   Y John Nicholson,   Justice S Vimala,   Madurai bench,   O Homerlal,   ,  
Spotlight on Modi's sanitation campaign at UN

Spotlight on Modi's sanitation campaign at UN

20 Nov 2014

United Nations: November 19 could well have been called "Swachh Vishwa Abhiyan Din."  It was observed at the UN and around the world as World Toilet Day, an observance to further sanitation where leaders spoke of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Swachh Bharat Abhiyan - Clean India Mission - campaign to provide toilets for all.

Modi's sanitation campaign at UN,   Swachh Bharat Abhiyan or Clean India Mission,   new mass movement on sanitation,   India's Ambassador Asoke Kumar Mukerji,   envisages provision of toilets in every school in India,   World Toilet Day,   Open Defecation and the Challenges for Women and Girls,   Women and girls are vulnerable to sexual violence,   Singapore's High Commissioner,   deliver a Clean India by 2019,   150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi,   ,  
UK <strong>school</strong> accused of failing to protect pupils from extremism

UK school accused of failing to protect pupils from extremism

20 Nov 2014

London: One of the UK's most successful schools, which has an intake of 80 percent Bangladeshi Muslims, has been rocked by claims that it failed to protect its pupils from Islamist extremist influences. Sir John Cass's Foundation and Red Coat Church of England school in Tower Hamlets, east London, is being accused of neglecting to monitor the activities of an Islamic society set up by sixth-formers.

UK school,   extremism accusation,   Bangladeshi Muslims,   Islamist extremist,   Sir John Cass Foundation,   Red Coat Church of England school,   England school,  
BSP accuses UP minister of misbehaving with <strong>school</strong> staff, students

BSP accuses UP minister of misbehaving with school staff, students

20 Nov 2014

Lucknow: Opposition Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) on Thursday accused a UP Government's minister of misbehaving with the staff and students of a government girls' school at Banda while he conducted an inspection there.

Bahujan Samaj Party,   BSP,   Naseemuddin Siddiqui,   UP minister,   misbehave,   school staff,   students,   government girls school,   Banda,   inspection,  
<strong>High</strong> Court quashes Bihar government notifications on reservation

High Court quashes Bihar government notifications on reservation

11 Nov 2014

Patna: In a landmark judgment Patna High Court has set aside notifications by Bihar government which provide reservation to SC, ST and Backward Castes in Bihar Civil Services (Judicial Branch) and Bihar Superior Judicial Service along the lines of other state services.

Patna High Court,   Notifications,   Bihar government,   Reservation,   SC,   ST,   Backward Castes,   Bihar Civil Services,   Bihar Superior Judicial Service,  
Anirban Lahiri earns European Tour card for 2015

Anirban Lahiri earns European Tour card for 2015

21 Nov 2014

Girona: Anirban Lahiri continued his dream run in 2014 by earning a European Tour card for the first time in his career after finishing inside the top-25 at the European Tour Q-School Final Stage here.

Anirban Lahiri,   European Tour card,   European Tour Q-School Final Stage,  
Sensex at new <strong>high</strong> as banks up on Kotak-ING deal, reform hopes

Sensex at new high as banks up on Kotak-ING deal, reform hopes

21 Nov 2014

Mumbai: The benchmark Sensex on Friday surged 267 points in its best gain this month to end at record high of 28,334.63 after banking shares rose following Kotak Mahindra-ING Vysya deal, while hopes of big-bang reforms in upcoming Winter session of Parliament also boosted sentiments.

Indian stocks,   Sensex,   Nifty,   Shares,   Kotak Mahindra,   ING Vysya,   Banking shares,  
Ensure devotees' safety during Puri temple mega ritual: Orissa HC

Ensure devotees' safety during Puri temple mega ritual: Orissa HC

22 Nov 2014

Cuttack: Orissa High Court has asked the state government to make proper and foolproof arrangements for every devotee to pay obeisance to the deities at Jagannath Temple in Puri during Nabakalebar festival next year. The HC order came on Friday while adjudicating over a PIL concerning the safety and security of the devotees during the mega festival next year.

Nabakalebar festival,   Orissa,   High Court,   devotee safety,   Jagannath Temple,   Puri temple,  
BJP moves Supreme Court against <strong>High</strong> Court's verdict on Vedanta donations

BJP moves Supreme Court against High Court's verdict on Vedanta donations

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday issued a notice to Centre and Election Commission on BJP's plea challenging Delhi High Court's verdict holding the ruling party along with Congress prima facie guilty of violating the foreign funding law by receiving donations from UK-based Vedanta Resources' subsidiaries.

Supreme Court,   central government,   election commission,   BJP plea challenging the Delhi High Court order,   contribution by Indian subsidiary of an overseas-based company,   amounted to foreign contribution,   prohibited,   Vedanta Resources,   ,  

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