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Monsoon <strong>forecast</strong> not alarming but government keeping watch: Mayaram

Monsoon forecast not alarming but government keeping watch: Mayaram

14 Jun 2014

New Delhi: Finance Secretary Arvind Mayaram on Saturday said the forecast of below normal monsoon is not ‘alarming’ as of now but the government is keeping a watch.

Arvind Mayaram,   Monsoon forecast,   monsoon,   government keeping watch on monsoon,   ,  
Government notifies new Lokpal search committee rules, gives more freedom

Government notifies new Lokpal search committee rules, gives more freedom

03 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The government has notified new Lokpal search committee rules, giving it more freedom to recommend names for chairperson and members of the anti-corruption body outside the list provided by the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT).

Lokpal search committee,   Lokpal bill,   Department of Personnel and Training,   UPA government,   ,  
Manjhi asks officials to collect data of labourers who died outside Bihar

Manjhi asks officials to collect data of labourers who died outside Bihar

12 Sep 2014

Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi on Thursday asked Labour Resources Department (LRD) officials to collect data of laborers who died away from the state.

ihar CM,   Jitan Ram Manjhi,   Labour Resources Department,   Bihar laborers,   Bidi workers,   ,  
Monsoon to hit North India by end of week: <strong>Forecast</strong> agency

Monsoon to hit North India by end of week: Forecast agency

01 Jul 2014

New Delhi:  After missing its deadline, the monsoon is likely to hit the national capital and parts of North India by the end of the week, a private forecasting agency has said.

Indian Monsoon,   Indian rains,   Rainfall in India,   Rainfall in North India,   monsoons,   June monsoon in India ,  
Wi-fi hot spots in cities, tourist centres may come up soon

Wi-fi hot spots in cities, tourist centres may come up soon

31 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Department of Telecom (DoT) is working on a mechanism to provide wi-fi hot spots in cities with population of over 10 lakh and in tourist centres.

Department of Telecom,   wi-fi hot spots,   tourist centres,  
Haryana to send food items, medicines to Jammu and Kashmir

Haryana to send food items, medicines to Jammu and Kashmir

11 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Thursday announced to send trucks of food items and medicines for the flood-affected people of Jammu and Kashmir.

Haryana Chief Minister,   Bhupinder Singh Hooda,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Principal Secretary,   Social Justice and Empowerment Department,   PK Das ,  
Huge litigation in Income Tax <strong>department</strong>, CBDT creates over 200 new posts

Huge litigation in Income Tax department, CBDT creates over 200 new posts

11 Aug 2014

New Delhi: With an estimated Rs 4 lakh crore of tax revenue locked up in litigation, the CBDT has created over 240 new posts of Commissioners (Appeals) to speed up the legal disposal system in the Income Tax (I-T) department.

tax revenue,   CBDT,   Income Tax,   I-T department,   Comptroller and Auditor General,   CAG,   CIT,   ,  
<strong>Forecast</strong> on Phailin was ‘more or less’ accurate: IMD

Forecast on Phailin was ‘more or less’ accurate: IMD

13 Oct 2013

New Delhi: Despite international agencies predicting Phailin as a 'super cyclone', the Indian Meteorological Department stuck to its stand that its intensity would be modest than the one witnessed by Odisha in 1999, and on Sunday it said its forecast was "more or less" accurate.

cyclone Phailin,   Indian Meteorological Department,   super cyclone,   Odisha coast,   US Navy Joint Typhoon Warning Center,  
DoT may take two years for completion of NOFN project

DoT may take two years for completion of NOFN project

30 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Department of Telecom (DoT) is likely to work towards bringing forward the target dates for completion of National Optical Fibre Network (NOFN) to June 2016 as the project is key to various 'Digital India' initiatives.

Department of Telecom,   DoT,   National Optical Fibre Network,   NOFN,   Digital India,  
Over 47,000 people rescued in Jammu and Kashmir, four lakh still stranded

Over 47,000 people rescued in Jammu and Kashmir, four lakh still stranded

10 Sep 2014

Srinagar: About four lakh people were still stranded and desperate for help in flood-ravaged Kashmir Valley where heavy rains have eased to help scale up the massive multi-agency rescue and relief efforts in which over 47,000 people have been safely evacuated.

Jammu and Kashmir,   floods,   floods in Jammu and Kashmir,   Department of Telecommunications,   Jammu and Kashmir floods ,  

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