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<strong>Noida</strong> traffic cops present roses to law-abiding motorists

Noida traffic cops present roses to law-abiding motorists

29 Nov 2014

Noida: Noida traffic police on Friday held a unique exercise to spread traffic awareness which saw its personnel offering roses to law-abiding motorists and helmets to those two-wheeler drivers who were found riding without the protective headgear.

Noida traffic,   Noida traffic cops,   traffic system in Noida,   Noida traffic police,   transportation in Noida,  
Modi's northeast fare: Train <strong>line</strong>, power unit and two fests

Modi's northeast fare: Train line, power unit and two fests

28 Nov 2014

Agartala/Guwahati: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be spending four busy days on his maiden visit to the northeast where he will address the country's top police chiefs, dedicate a train line from Meghalaya to Assam, commission a power project in Tripura and inaugurate a festival each in Nagaland and Manipur.Modi begins on November 29 his trip to the northeast region that shares boundaries with China, Myanmar, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Nepal.

Modi's northeast fare,   Train line,   power unit,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   North East visit,   BJP,   Prime Minister,  
Work on Ahmedabad-Gandhinagar <strong>Metro</strong> to commence soon: Anandiben Patel

Work on Ahmedabad-Gandhinagar Metro to commence soon: Anandiben Patel

27 Nov 2014

Vadodara: Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel on Thursday said work on the Rs 10,000-croreAhmedabad- Gandhinagar Metro rail project, which is awaiting approval from the Centre, will begin soon.

Gujarat Chief Minister,   Anandiben Patel,   Ahmedabad- Gandhinagar Metro rail project,   Special Purpose Vehicle,   SPV,  
Land worth Rs 300 Cr freed from encroachment in <strong>Noida</strong>

Land worth Rs 300 Cr freed from encroachment in Noida

26 Nov 2014

Noida (UP): Noida authority enforcement team along with district officials and police force today freed around one lakh square meter land worth Rs 300 crore from unauthorised occupation, an official said.

Land encroachment,   encroachment in Noida,   Noida land encroachment,   Rama Raman ,  
Situations in Sino-India border due to lack of common perception of LAC: Government

Situations in Sino-India border due to lack of common perception of LAC: Government

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The situations at the border between India and China could have been avoided if we had a commonly delineated Line of Actual Control and a common perception about it, Government told the Rajya Sabha.

Border disputes,   India,   China,   Line of Actual Control,   LoC,   Modi government,   Rajya Sabha,  
Government mulling relaxation in rule for airports

Government mulling relaxation in rule for airports

12 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The proposal for a new airport at Jewar in Greater Noida may finally see the light of the day with the government considering a review of the rule which disallows a second airport within 150 kms of an existing one.

new airport,   Jewar,   Greater Noida,   airport in Greater Noida,   Mahesh Sharma,   NCR,   international airport,   Jewar airport,  
India demands <strong>greater</strong> share in UN peacekeeping mandates

India demands greater share in UN peacekeeping mandates

23 Nov 2014

United Nations: India, among the top troop contributors to UN peacekeeping missions, has termed as "regretful" that non-members of the Security Council, who provide troops, are not allowed to participate in its decisions on drawing up peacekeeping mandates.

India,   UN peacekeeping missions,   Security Council,   UN peacekeeping mandates,  
DMRC incurs loss of over Rs 90 crore in past 10 years

DMRC incurs loss of over Rs 90 crore in past 10 years

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has earned a total revenue of Rs 9,905.62 crore from 2004-05 to 2013-14, but incurred a loss of over Rs 90 crore in the same ten year-period.

DMRC,   Delhi Metro Rail Corporation,   Babul Supriyo,   DMRC's Budget,   Profit Before Tax (PBT),   Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA),   Profit After Tax (PAT),   ,  
1.30 lakh people take <strong>metro</strong> from Pragati Maidan on Sunday

1.30 lakh people take metro from Pragati Maidan on Sunday

24 Nov 2014

New Delhi: In the wake of the ongoing India International Trade Fair (IITF), Delhi metro's Pragati Maidan station registered 1.30 lakh footfalls on Sunday, surpassing all the previous records.

Pragati Maiden,   India International Trade Fair,   IITF,   DMRC,   Delhi Metro ,  
Teens who mature early at <strong>greater</strong> risk of depression

Teens who mature early at greater risk of depression

21 Nov 2014

Washington: Youth who enter puberty ahead of their peers are at heightened risk of depression, although the disease develops differently in girls than in boys, a new study suggests.

Teens,   risk of depression,   puberty depression,   social relationships,   depression,   teenager behaviour,  

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