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We are still searching for <strong>right</strong> combination: Rohit Sharma

We are still searching for right combination: Rohit Sharma

18 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Consigned to their fourth defeat in a row, a dejected Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma said he has tried everything to get the right combination for this IPL season but has not succeeded.

Rohit Sharma,   Mumbai Indians captain,   IPL 2015,   IPL 8 season,   Chennai Super Kings,   latest sports news,  
State has no powers to regulate pre-primary admissions: Government

State has no powers to regulate pre-primary admissions: Government

17 Apr 2015

Mumbai: The Right to Education Act is effective above first standard and there was no law by which state government could regulate pre-primary admission process, Maharashtra Education Minister Vinod Tawde said.

Right to Education Act,   Vinod Tawde,   pre primary admissions,   primary admissions in Maharashtra,   education in maharashtra,   Latest news on education,   Latest state news ,  
 TV more lucrative than films <strong>right</strong> now: Ashish Chowdhry

TV more lucrative than films right now: Ashish Chowdhry

13 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Fresh from his "Khatron Ke Khiladi 6" win, actor Ashish Chowdhry wants to explore TV and is open to doing both fiction and reality shows.

TV show,   Ashish Chowdhry,   Khatron Ke Khiladi 6 winner,   TV reality shows,   ,   Khatron Ke Khiladi 6,   latest news,  
No voting <strong>right</strong> if people do not go for family planning: Sakshi Maharaj

No voting right if people do not go for family planning: Sakshi Maharaj

13 Apr 2015

Unnao (UP): Known for making controversial statements, BJP MP Sakshi Maharaj has demanded that a strict law for family planning be brought in for all to check population growth and those who do not follow it should be stripped of their voting right.

Sakshi Maharaj,   Family planning,   voting rights,   BJP,   Latest news,  
What about voting rights of Kashmiri Pandits ? asks Shiv Sena

What about voting rights of Kashmiri Pandits ? asks Shiv Sena

14 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Even as its demand for disenfranchisement of Muslims community has evoked sharp reactions from political parties, the Shiv Sena on Tuesday sought to know why the issue of voting rights of Kashmiri Pandits has not been raised in the same manner.

Kashmiri Pandits,   Voting Right,   Shiv Sena,   Muslims,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Mufti Mohammed Sayeed,   AIMIM president,   Asaduddin Owaisi,   Sanjay Raut,   Latest State News ,  
Paul Walker tribute track in 'Fast and Furious 7' gets the notes <strong>right</strong>

Paul Walker tribute track in 'Fast and Furious 7' gets the notes right

08 Apr 2015

New Delhi:  The "Fast and Furious 7" action-thriller has not only garnered a positive response at the box office for its story, but also for a glowing tribute to late actor Paul Walker paid through a song "See you again" as well.

Fast and Furious 7,   Paul Walker tribute ,   Paul Walker,   Arjun Sankalia,   Latest news,  
'Make in India' campaign a step in <strong>right</strong> direction: Nooyi

'Make in India' campaign a step in right direction: Nooyi

04 Apr 2015

Kolkata: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's call for 'Make in India' would help boost manufacturing and employment in the country, PepsiCo Chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi said.

Narendra Modi,   Make in India,   India manufacturing,   India employment,   PepsiCo,   Indra Nooyi,  
Will lay down law on whether accused has <strong>right</strong> to recall witness: Supreme Court

Will lay down law on whether accused has right to recall witness: Supreme Court

08 Apr 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday said that it will lay down a law as to whether an accused has got the right to get witnesses recalled for their re-examination in a criminal case.

Crime accused rights,   crime witness recall,   Uber cab rape case,   Supreme Court,   Delhi High Court,   Uber cab rape case witness,   latest news,  
Drivers need to respect <strong>right</strong> of others using the road: Delhi Court

Drivers need to respect right of others using the road: Delhi Court

05 Apr 2015

New Delhi: A person is supposed to drive a vehicle on the correct side and respect the rights of others on the road, a Delhi court has observed while upholding the conviction of a man for rash driving.

Delhi Court,   Rash Driving,   Driving Rules,   Traffic Rules,   Delhi Police,   Latest News,  
  Jammu and Kashmir Assembly introduces 3 bills

Jammu and Kashmir Assembly introduces 3 bills

08 Apr 2015

Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir Assembly on Wednesday introduced two bills to increase the terms of chairperson and members of the the State Human Rights Commission and Accountability Commission to five years and the upper age limit for their eligibility to 75 years.

Jammu and Kashmir ,   Jammu and Kashmir Assembly,   3 bills,   Minister for Rural Development Abdul Haq Khan,   Human Right Act,   Latest news,  

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