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Open to idea of separate mechanism for broadcasting <strong>cases</strong>: Arun Jaitey

Open to idea of separate mechanism for broadcasting cases: Arun Jaitey

06 Feb 2016

New Delh: Government is open to the proposal of creating separate dispute resolution mechanisms for broadcasting and telecom sectors, Union Minister Arun Jaitley said today.

Arun Jaitley,   Telecom ministry,   Ravishankar Prasad,   Government on broadcasting,   Latest India news,  
<strong>Pending</strong> irrigation projects escalate costs in Jharkhand

Pending irrigation projects escalate costs in Jharkhand

04 Feb 2016

Ranchi: Pending irrigation projects, several of them conceived over four decades back, were draining Jharkhand's exchequer, with the cost in some cases leapfrogging 50 times the original estimates.

Irrigation,   Irrigation Projects,   Jharkhand Irrigation,   Irrigation Projects cost,   Latest States News ,  
Hockey India to file defamation <strong>cases</strong> against Kirti Azad

Hockey India to file defamation cases against Kirti Azad

04 Feb 2016

New Delhi: Livid with allegations of corruption levelled by Kirti Azad, Hockey India is planning to file civil and criminal defamation suits against the suspended BJP MP, saying that his sustained outbursts are costing HI sponsorship.

Hockey India defamation,   Hockey India defamation case,   Kirti Azad defamation case,   Latest sports news,  
Zika <strong>cases</strong> found in European tourists returning from South America

Zika cases found in European tourists returning from South America

27 Jan 2016

Copenhagen: Denmark and Switzerland today joined a growing number of European countries to report Zika infections in tourists returning from Latin America, where the mosquito-borne virus has been blamed for a surge in birth defects.

Denmark and Switzerland,   European countries,   Zika infections,   Latin America,   mosquito borne virus,   birth defects,   Latest News,  
Can't keep admission process <strong>pending</strong> indefinitely:High Court to school

Can't keep admission process pending indefinitely:High Court to school

19 Jan 2016

New Delhi: Delhi High Court today yesterday the Sanskriti School here that it cannot keep its admission process pending "indefinitely" on the ground that its plea against quashing of 60 percent quota for wards of group-A government officials was pending in the Supreme Court.

Admission process,   Schools,   Delhi High Court,   Sanskriti School,   Latest States News,  
India is well prepared against Zika virus: Health Minister

India is well prepared against Zika virus: Health Minister

29 Jan 2016

New Delhi: The Union Health Ministry today said it is making sure that India is well prepared against cases of Zika virus that has already caused much damage in Brazil and elsewhere in the Americas.

India,   Zika,   Zika virus cases,   Health Minister,   JP Nadda,   latest nation news,  
NN Vohra favours NIA's suo motu cognisance on terror <strong>cases</strong>

NN Vohra favours NIA's suo motu cognisance on terror cases

20 Jan 2016

New Delhi: In a statement that may create a flutter in Jammu and Kashmir politics, Governor NN Vohra yesterday favoured including Ranbir Penal Code(RPC) under the purview of NIA Act so that the central probe agency had sweeping powers to take over any case in the country.

Jammu and Kashmir,   Governor,   NN Vohra,   Ranbir Penal Code,   RPC,   NIA Act,   Terror case,   Terror probe agency,   Latest State News ,  
Over 9,500 complaints <strong>pending</strong> with banking ombudsmen: RBI

Over 9,500 complaints pending with banking ombudsmen: RBI

27 Dec 2015

New Delhi: Over 9,500 complaints of deficient services by nationalised and private sector banks are pending with banking ombudsmen, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has said.

Complaints of deficient services,   Nationalised banks,   Reserve Bank of India,   RBI,   Latest News,  
Lok Adalats eased courts' pressure, decided 8.2 crore <strong>cases</strong>: SC Judge

Lok Adalats eased courts' pressure, decided 8.2 crore cases: SC Judge

09 Nov 2015

New Delhi: The already over-burdened judiciary has been aided by the alternate dispute redressal mechanism of Lok Adalats which have decided 8.25 crore pre- litigation and pending cases in over 15.14 lakh sittings in the last two decades, senior Supreme Court judge TS Thakur said today.

Supreme court of India,   Lok Adalats,   Pending cases in India,   Law in India,   Courts in India,   Supreme Court judge TS Thakur,   Latest India News ,  
Precautions being taken to prevent honey trap <strong>cases</strong>: Parrikar

Precautions being taken to prevent honey trap cases: Parrikar

16 Jan 2016

Jaipur: Against the backdrop of an IAF official falling prey to a honey trap, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today said all precautions are being taken to prevent such incidents which have so far been confined to the lower level.

Pathankot attack,   Honey trap,   Defence Minister,   Manohar Parrikar,   Latest Nation News ,  

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