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E-rickshaws to carry 4 passengers at a time, say draft <strong>rules</strong>

E-rickshaws to carry 4 passengers at a time, say draft rules

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: A mandatory driving licence and a maximum speed limit of 25 km per hour are among the conditions that the central government will impose for allowing plying of e-rickshaws, which had been banned by the Delhi High Court for want of regulations.

e-rickshaws,   speed limit of e-rickshaws,   Delhi High Court,   Ministry of Road Transport and Highways,   Central Motor Vehicles Rules,   Nitin Gadkari,  
Green norms to be made more stringent for industry: Javadekar

Green norms to be made more stringent for industry: Javadekar

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Expressing concern over rising industrial and vehicular pollution in the country, Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday said he wanted to make green norms more stringent for the industry and strengthen regulations for diesel vehicles. The minister, however, told the industry that the government would be "practical" in its approach and business leaders would be consulted before framing any rules in this regard.

Green norms,   stringent for industry,   Prakash Javadekar,   BJP,   Environment minister,   pollution,   Rules,  
Everton given go-ahead to plan <strong>new</strong> stadium

Everton given go-ahead to plan new stadium

16 Sep 2014

London: Everton have been given the green light to begin planning a new 50,000-seater stadium in Walton Hall Park in north Liverpool, the Premier League club said on Tuesday. The new stadium will spearhead a major regeneration of the area planned by the city council.

Everton,   Walton Hall Park,   English Premier League club,  
Entertainment, media industry size to reach Rs 2.27 lakh cr: Report

Entertainment, media industry size to reach Rs 2.27 lakh cr: Report

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: India's entertainment and media sector is expected to grow at a steady rate and touch over Rs 2.27 lakh crore by 2018 on account of healthy growth in areas like advertisement and television industry, a report by CII-PwC on Tuesday said.

New Delhi,   India's entertainment and media sector,   steady rate,   advertisement,   television industry,   CII-PwC ,  
Modi government created favourable atmosphere for India: Pranab Mukherjee

Modi government created favourable atmosphere for India: Pranab Mukherjee

16 Sep 2014

Ho Chi Minh City: President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday had some words of praise for the new Indian government as he credited it for not only initiating steps to bring the economy on a better path but also for creating a ‘favourable’ atmosphere for India across the globe.

Modi government,   President Pranab Mukherjee,   new Indian government,   Vietnam,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi ,  
<strong>New</strong> rule will work in our favour in Asian Games: PR Sreejesh

New rule will work in our favour in Asian Games: PR Sreejesh

16 Sep 2014

Incheon: With new rules set to be introduced in the upcoming Asian Games, India's vice captain P R Sreejesh feels the change in format will work in their favour in Incheon as they have hands-on experience of playing a game of four quarters, courtesy Hockey India League.

Asian Games,   P R Sreejesh,   Hockey India League,  
Kerry to chair UN Security Council meeting on Iraq this week

Kerry to chair UN Security Council meeting on Iraq this week

16 Sep 2014

Washington: US Secretary of State John Kerry would chair a meeting of the UN Security Council in New York this week to support Iraq's efforts in combating the Islamic State (IS) militants and to demonstrate international support for the new Iraqi government.

US,   John Kerry,   UN Security Council,   New York,   Islamic State,   ISIL,  
<strong>New</strong> Motor Bill: Steep penalties, 7-year jail for child death

New Motor Bill: Steep penalties, 7-year jail for child death

13 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Seeking to come down heavily on traffic offenders, government proposed steep penalties of up to Rs 3 lakh along with a minimum 7-year imprisonment for death of a child in certain circumstances, besides huge fines for driving violations.

Traffic offenders,   Traffic rules,   Modi government,   Traffic penalties,   Traffic fines,   Driving violations,  
Modi's speech to be beamed live at <strong>New</strong> York's Times Square

Modi's speech to be beamed live at New York's Times Square

16 Sep 2014

Washington:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address to nearly 20,000 Indian-Americans in New York during his US visit will be beamed live on the giant screens of the iconic Times Square. His speech at the Madison Square Garden in midtown Manhattan, New York, on September 28 will be shown at Times Square with Indian American Community Foundation (IACF), organisers of the mega event, signing a memorandum of understanding in this regard with Times Square Alliance.

Modi's speech,   New York,   Times Square,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   BJP,   NDA,   Modi- Obama,  
Ananth Kumar calls for introduction to lifestyle diseases in <strong>school</strong> curriculum

Ananth Kumar calls for introduction to lifestyle diseases in school curriculum

15 Sep 2014

Bhopal: Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilisers, Ananth Kumar, asked the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, to become the first state in the country to introduce a chapter on lifestyle diseases in school curriculum to combat cardiovascular diseases and obesity.

Ananth Kumar,   Lifestyle Diseases,   School Curriculum,   Shivraj Singh Chouhan,   Pharmaceutical Park ,  

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