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AAP government directs DTC to disburse <strong>pending</strong> salary to employees

AAP government directs DTC to disburse pending salary to employees

24 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party-led Delhi government on Monday directed Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) to immediately disburse the pending salary to its staff.

AAP government,   DTC,   DTC pending salary,   DTC employees,   Delhi Transport Corporation,  
Infamous <strong>cases</strong> registered under IT Act in India

Infamous cases registered under IT Act in India

24 Mar 2015

In the light of the Supreme Court quashing Section 66A of the IT Act on Tuesday and declaring that the Act was misused, a quick run through some controversial cases.

Infamous cases,   IT Act,   controversial cases,   Section 66A ,   Supreme Court ,  
Swine flu deaths at 1,895; Number of <strong>cases</strong> nears 32,000 mark

Swine flu deaths at 1,895; Number of cases nears 32,000 mark

21 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Swine flu claimed the lives of 21 more people as the death toll across country rose to 1,895 on Saturday while the total number of affected persons inched towards the 32,000 mark.

Swine flu,   Death toll,   Union Health Ministry,   H1N1 virus,   Gujarat,  
Alarming rise in non-communicable <strong>cases</strong>: Health Minister JP Nadda

Alarming rise in non-communicable cases: Health Minister JP Nadda

20 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Government plans to set up 72 cancer centres in different parts of the country, HealthMinister JP Nadda told Lok Sabha on Friday while noting that cases of non-communicable diseases are rising at an "alarming rate".

Non communicable cases,   Health Minister,   JP Nadda,   Lok Sabha,   Diabetes,   Hypertension,   Cancer,  
Vague laws biggest reason for pendency of <strong>cases</strong>, says PM Modi

Vague laws biggest reason for pendency of cases, says PM Modi

15 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that vague laws that lend themselves to different interpretations are the foremost reason for pendency of cases in courts.

Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,   Vague laws,   Indian laws,   Outdated laws,   Pending court cases ,  
Defence Minister not to pursue <strong>pending</strong> disability pension <strong>cases</strong>

Defence Minister not to pursue pending disability pension cases

15 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Going against the advice of his own babus, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has decided not to pursue nearly 4,000 disability pension cases pending against his ministry in courts, a move which will benefit thousands of soldiers waging a long legal battle.

Defence Minister,   Manohar Parrikar,   Disability Pension Cases,   Supreme Court,   ,  
Swine flu toll climbs to 1731; number of <strong>cases</strong> touches 30K-mark

Swine flu toll climbs to 1731; number of cases touches 30K-mark

16 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The swine flu toll in the country climbed to 1,731 on Monday as 21 more deaths were reported even as the number of persons affected by the disease inched close to 30,000-mark,surpassing the earlier levels reached during 2009.

Swine flu,   H1N1 Virus,   Swine flu death,   Union Health Ministry,  
BSF DG expresses concern over heart attack <strong>cases</strong> among jawans

BSF DG expresses concern over heart attack cases among jawans

16 Mar 2015

Bikaner (Rajasthan): BSF Director General Devendra Kumar Pathak on Sunday expressed concern over increasing cases of heart attack among the jawans of Border Security Force (BSF) and suggested them to take care of their dietary habits.

BSF DG,   Devendra Kumar Pathak,   heart attack cases,   BSF Jawans,   Border Security Force,  
US Supreme Court rejects Guantanamo torture <strong>cases</strong>

US Supreme Court rejects Guantanamo torture cases

10 Mar 2015

Washington: The US Supreme Court declined to hear appeals on Tuesday  about the alleged mistreatment of Guantanamo Bay detainees, barring the release of images and preventing a Syrian man from suing the government for alleged torture.

US Supreme Court,   Guantanamo torture cases,   court rejects hearing,  
Over 37,000 RTI appeals <strong>pending</strong> with CIC

Over 37,000 RTI appeals pending with CIC

25 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Over 37,000 appeals under the RTI Act are pending with the Central Information Commission, the government today said, indicating that a lack of time limit for disposal of second appeals by the body is the reason behind the large pendency.

RTI,   CIC,   RTI Act,   RTI appeals ,   RTI appeals pending,  

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