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Avantha Group firm CG bags Rs 115 crore <strong>order</strong> from Power Grid

Avantha Group firm CG bags Rs 115 crore order from Power Grid

30 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Avantha Group company CG has bagged an order worth Rs 115 crore from central transmission utility Power Grid Corporation for supply of power equipment.

Avantha Group,   Avantha Group firm,   Avantha Group CG company,   Power Grid Corporation,   power equipment supply,  
BHEL bags Rs 5,000 crore contract from Telangana power utility

BHEL bags Rs 5,000 crore contract from Telangana power utility

30 Mar 2015

New Delhi: State-owned power equipment maker BHEL on  said it has bagged over Rs 5,000 crore contract for executing a thermal power project in Telangana.

BHEL bags TSGENCO order ,   Telangana power utility,   BHEL thermal power project,   TSGENCO EPC,   TSGENCO and BHEL,   BHEL contract ,  
 Delhi HC lifts <strong>stay</strong>, paves way for resumption of <strong>nursery</strong> admissions

Delhi HC lifts stay, paves way for resumption of nursery admissions

03 Apr 2014

New Delhi: In a major relief to parents, the Delhi High Court has lifted its stay on nursery admissions and ordered its resumption with certain directions, including kids selected in draw of lots under neighbourhood criteria will get admission.

Delhi High Court,   Nursery admissions,   Nursery admission in Delhi,   Najeeb Jung,   Nursery admission stay order ,  
Goa government tones down its dress code diktat

Goa government tones down its dress code diktat

28 Mar 2015

Panaji: Goa's Art and Culture department has withdrawn its circular on dress code in office and allowed semi-formal and smart casuals for its staff in a fresh direction.

Goa government,   Goa dress code order,   Goa art and culture department,   sleeveless clothes,   Goa government employee dress,  
Chidambaram statement on Supreme Court <strong>order</strong> on IT Act sheer hypocrisy: Bhardwaj

Chidambaram statement on Supreme Court order on IT Act sheer hypocrisy: Bhardwaj

26 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Former Law Minister and senior Congress leader Hans Raj Bhardwaj on Thursday termed as "sheer hypocrisy" the statement of his then Cabinet colleague P Chidambaram welcoming the Supreme Court judgement striking down a controversial provision in the IT law.

P Chidambaram,   Hans Raj Bhardwaj,   Supreme Court,   IT Act,   Congress,   Law Ministry,  
Congress leader takes a dig at Goa's dress code <strong>order</strong>

Congress leader takes a dig at Goa's dress code order

25 Mar 2015

Panaji: Taking a dig at Goa's Art and Culture Department's order asking its employees not to wear sleeveless clothes, jeans and T-shirts during office hours, Congress leader Alexio Reginaldo on Wednesday said people should be allowed to wear what they want.

Congress,   Goa dress code,   Goa Art and Culture Department,   Alexio Reginaldo,  
MPPEB scam: SC grants 4 more months to SIT to conclude probe

MPPEB scam: SC grants 4 more months to SIT to conclude probe

23 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday granted four months more to the Special Investigation Team (SIT), constituted following a High Court order, to conclude probe into the alleged scam in the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MPPEB).

MPPEB,   Supreme Court,   SIT,   High court order,  
Delhi HC <strong>order</strong> on <strong>nursery</strong> <strong>admission</strong> guidelines today

Delhi HC order on nursery admission guidelines today

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court will pronounce its order on petitions challenging the nursery admission guidelines issued last year on Friday.

Delhi HC,   nursery admission guidelines,   Delhi government,   Lt Governor,   2015-16 academic year,  
Railways <strong>order</strong> inquiry into Rae Bareli train accident

Railways order inquiry into Rae Bareli train accident

20 Mar 2015

Lucknow: Railways on Friday ordered an inquiry into the Rae Bareli train mishap in which 32 passengers have died, and the ministry has sought a report from the Railway Safety Commissioner within a month.

Indian Railways,   Rae Bareli train accident,   Railway ministry,   Railway Safety,  
Nun wants to <strong>stay</strong> for more time in hospital, no arrests made

Nun wants to stay for more time in hospital, no arrests made

19 Mar 2015

Ranaghat: No arrests have been made even five days after the gangrape of a 71-year-old nun at a convent school here even as the traumatised woman's plea to stay on for some more time in hospital has been accepted.

Nun,   Gangraped,  Ranaghat sub-divisional hospital,   No arrest,   CBI,   Plea,  

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