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Growth story lost lustre under <strong>Manmohan</strong> Singh government: Bhaduri

Growth story lost lustre under Manmohan Singh government: Bhaduri

27 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The successful Indian growth story suffered a setback as the rate of employment generation remained stagnated due to reliance of the erstwhile Manmohan Singh regime on corporate houses, according to noted economist Amit Bhaduri.

Growth,   Manmohan Singh,   Congress,   employment,   Amit Bhaduri,   economist,  
Rajnath Singh <strong>assures</strong> Odisha CM all help for floods

Rajnath Singh assures Odisha CM all help for floods

06 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Centre on Wednesday assured all help to Odisha following floods in many areas in the state that has so far claimed 23 lives.

Odisha,   Rajnath Singh,   Naveen Patanaik,   Central government,   National Disaster Response Force,   flood in Odisha,  
Sulieman Benn puts right spin on West Indies 500th Test

Sulieman Benn puts right spin on West Indies 500th Test

17 Sep 2014

Gros Islet: Spinner Sulieman Benn took five wickets and Jerome Taylor reached the milestone of 100 Test wickets as Bangladesh crumbled to a 296-run defeat late on the fourth day of the second and final Test against the West Indies at the Beausejour Stadium.

West Indies spinner,   Sulieman Benn,   Jerome Taylor,   100 Test wickets,   Bangladesh cricket,   Test cricket West Indies cricket,  
Tripura CM urges PM for improvement of relation with <strong>Bangladesh</strong>

Tripura CM urges PM for improvement of relation with Bangladesh

09 Aug 2014

Agartala: Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi for further improvement in relations with Bangladesh for better connectivity and development of the state and invited him to visit Tripura.

Tripura CM,   Narendra Modi,   Prime Minister,   Bangladesh,   development,   Manik Sarkar,  
Mandeep <strong>assures</strong> India of first boxing medal at Glasgow CWG

Mandeep assures India of first boxing medal at Glasgow CWG

30 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Young Indian boxer Mandeep Jangra assured himself of a medal in his debut Commonwealth Games by advancing to the semifinals of the 69kg division after his opponent failed the medical test ahead of their quarterfinal bout on Wednesday.

Indian boxer Mandeep Jangra,   Commonwealth Games,   CWG,  
Pollard, Ramdin star in West Indies' three-wicket win over <strong>Bangladesh</strong>

Pollard, Ramdin star in West Indies' three-wicket win over Bangladesh

21 Aug 2014

St.George's: A century stand between Kieron Pollard and Denesh Ramdin rescued an imploding West Indies and spurred them to a three-wicket win over Bangladesh in the first One Day International (ODI) here at the National Stadium.

Kieron Pollard,   Denesh Ramdin,   West Indies cricket team,   One Day International,   ODI,   Bangladesh cricket team,  
<strong>Manmohan</strong> Singh enjoys immunity as PM but not as FM: US Court

Manmohan Singh enjoys immunity as PM but not as FM: US Court

20 Aug 2014

Washington: Ruling that former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh enjoys immunity in his capacity as the head of the state, but not as the Finance Minister, a US Court has partially dismissed a human rights violation case against him filed by a US-based Sikh man and a Sikh rights group.

Prime Minister,   Manmohan Singh,   Finance Minister,   US Court,   Human rights,   Human rights violation,   Sikh rights group,  
<strong>Manmohan</strong> Singh sought a soft job, but Indira 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,  
India-<strong>Bangladesh</strong> to discuss insurgency issue during BGB visit

India-Bangladesh to discuss insurgency issue during BGB visit

18 Aug 2014

New Delhi: India is likely to ask Bangladesh to flush out insurgents, hailing from the north-east regions, hiding in its territory and check cross-border movement of smugglers and illegal migrants during the forthcoming parleys between the two border guarding forces in New Delhi.

India,   BSF,   Bangladesh,   BGB,   Border Security Forces,   Border Guards Bangladesh,   insurgency issue,   bi-annual meet,  
Centre <strong>assures</strong> Arunachal of setting up model schools

Centre assures Arunachal of setting up model schools

03 Jul 2014

Itanagar: Union HRD Ministry has assured Arunachal Pradesh of extending all possible help for setting up model schools in educationally backward blocks of the state.

Union HRD Ministry,   Arunachal Pradesh,   R Bhattacharjee,   Tapang Taloh,   DK Chaturvedi,  

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