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Ordinances no good, but Opposition has to let Parliament function: Venkaiah Naidu

Ordinances no good, but Opposition has to let Parliament function: Venkaiah Naidu

30 Jan 2015

New Delhi: With President Pranab Mukherjee cautioning against the enactment of laws through ordinances, the government on Friday said it was also a pointer for opposition parties as they have to let the Parliament function normally so that legislation can be passed after proper discussion and debate.

Ordinances,   NDA government,   Opposition parties,   Parliament session,   Budget session,   Legislation ,  
Reforms in <strong>food</strong> subsidy to reduce inflationary pressures: Moody's Investor Service

Reforms in food subsidy to reduce inflationary pressures: Moody's Investor Service

29 Jan 2015

Chennai: Global credit rating agency Moody's Investor Service on Thursday said the recommended reforms in food subsidy and distribution will reduce India's inflationary pressures and fiscal deficit.

food subsidy reforms,   India inflationary pressure,   fiscal deficit,   Moody Investor Service,   food distribution system,   National Food Security Act,  
Militants waiting to infiltrate into Kashmir: BSF

Militants waiting to infiltrate into Kashmir: BSF

30 Jan 2015

Srinagar: Border Security Force on Friday said there were attempts by militants from across the border to  infiltrate into Kashmir, but asserted that the force is alert and would not give any opportunity to the guerrillas to cross.

BSF,   Militants,   Border Security Force,   BSF,   infiltrate in Kashmir ,  
Top officials to meet over Ordinance issue

Top officials to meet over Ordinance issue

29 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Racing against time to convert recent ordinances into legislations in Budget session beginning on February 23, top officials of several ministries will sit together on Friday to move forward in this direction.

Government officials,   NDA government,   Modi government,   Ordinance,   Legislation,   Budget session,   Parliament session ,  
China's new tech rules play to local firms' strengths

China's new tech rules play to local firms' strengths

30 Jan 2015

BEIJING/SAN FRANCISCO: Draft Chinese government regulation would force technology vendors to meet stringent security tests before they can sell to China's banks, an acceleration of efforts to curb the country's reliance on foreign technology that has drawn a sharp response from U.S. business groups.

Chinese government,   China tech rules,   Technology vendors,   Cyber security,   Software,   Hardware,  
Kiran Bedi proposes engagement of youth for development

Kiran Bedi proposes engagement of youth for development

30 Jan 2015

New Delhi: In the absence of a unified party manifesto, BJP's Chief Ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi is sharing her own blueprints in the run up to the Assembly elections.

Kiran Bedi,   BJP chief ministerial candidate,   Delhi assembly polls,  women security,   KiransBlueprint,   blueprints for Delhi elections,  
Congress flays BJP government on suggestion to cut in <strong>Food</strong> <strong>Security</strong> Act coverage

Congress flays BJP government on suggestion to cut in Food Security Act coverage

24 Jan 2015

New Delhi: An official committee's report recommending a drastic cut in the coverage of the ambitious Food Security Act on Saturday gave fodder to Congress to attack government as "anti-poor" saying the move would hit hard the common man.

Congress,   BJP government,   Food Security Act,   anti poor,   Randeep Surjewala,  
Scientists produce two bio-fuels from single algae

Scientists produce two bio-fuels from single algae

29 Jan 2015

Washington: A common algae commercially grown to make fish food holds promise as a source for both bio-diesel and jet fuel, a study says.

bio fuels,   algae,   fish food,   jet fuel,   bio diesel,   alkenones ,  
CPI(M) slams recommendations for FCI overhaul

CPI(M) slams recommendations for FCI overhaul

23 Jan 2015

New Delhi: CPI(M) on Friday slammed the proposal for an overhaul of the Food Corporation of India (FCI) put forward by a high-level panel and said it was a "blueprint to destroy India's public distribution, procurement and storage systems and to hand it over to market forces".

CPI( M),   Food Corporation of India,   FCI,   Food Security Act,   FSA,  
Fruit flies can smell antioxidants in their <strong>food</strong>

Fruit flies can smell antioxidants in their food

28 Jan 2015

London: Fruit flies can smell healthy antioxidants that protect cells from the harmful influences in their food, finds a study.

Fruit flies,   flies,   antioxidants,   food,  

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