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Bhupinder Singh Hooda courts controversy over hurried appointments

Bhupinder Singh Hooda courts controversy over hurried appointments

29 Jul 2014

Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda's decision to go ahead with controversial appointments of five people to constitutional posts even as these were red-flagged by a senior officer were on Monday questioned by the opposition in the state.

Bhupinder Singh Hooda,   Haryana Chief Minister,   controversial appointments,   Right to Service Commission,   Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki ,  
Gadkari dismisses reports about 'listening devices' at residence

Gadkari dismisses reports about 'listening devices' at residence

27 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari has dismissed reports about 'listening devices' being recovered from his residence and said that these are "highly speculative".

Nitin Gadkari,   listening devices,   BJP,   Union Minister,   Right to Privacy,   Congress,   government,  
Time was <strong>right</strong> for Liverpool to sell Suarez: John Henry

Time was right for Liverpool to sell Suarez: John Henry

25 Jul 2014

Liverpool chose the right time to part ways with the prolific-but-controversial striker Luis Suarez and the English Premier League side will have no trouble coping without the Uruguayan, the club's principal owner John Henry said.

Liverpool,   Luis Suarez,   English Premier League,   John Henry,  
AAP releases manifesto, promises effective Jan Lokpal

AAP releases manifesto, promises effective Jan Lokpal

04 Apr 2014

New Delhi: In tune with its anti-graft plank, Aam Aadmi Party vowed to bring an effective Jan Lokpal in its manifesto released on Thursday. The party also promised to bring down the minimum age to contest polls from 25 to 21 besides carrying out reforms in electoral and justice delivery system.

AAP,   Jan Lokpal,   AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal,   decentralization of power,  Right to recall,   Right to Reject,   cross border terrorism,   CCTV in police stations,   high economic engagements,   ,  
Dhoni <strong>right</strong> man to lead India, Virat's time will come: Rahul Dravid

Dhoni right man to lead India, Virat's time will come: Rahul Dravid

16 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Former India captain Rahul Dravid said that there is no need to replace Mahendra Singh Dhoni as suggested by former Australian skipper Ian Chappell because the team has "progressed" well under the able leadership of the Jharkhand wicketkeeper-batsman.

Rahul Dravid,   Virat Kohli,   MS Dhoni,   Ian Chappell,   India vs England Test series,  
England need to 'put wrongs <strong>right</strong>' in Lord's Test: Ballance

England need to 'put wrongs right' in Lord's Test: Ballance

16 Jul 2014

London: England might have been rattled by their recent batting collapse but Gary Ballance believes his team will learn from the previous game and look to "put wrongs right" in the second Test against India, starting at Lord's on Thursday.

Gary Ballance,   England,   Headingley,   Lord's,   India,   Test cricket,   Nottingham,   Alastair Cook,   batting collapse,  
<strong>Right</strong> to Food Campaign slams Union Budget

Right to Food Campaign slams Union Budget

12 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The Right to Food Campaign (RTFC), which is a network of individuals and organizations committed to realization of right to food in India, has criticized the maiden budget of Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government.

Right to Food Campaign,   Union Budget,   RTFC,   Narendra Modi,   Arun Jaitley,   national food security law,  
Supreme Court grants voters <strong>Right</strong> to <strong>Reject</strong>

Supreme Court grants voters Right to Reject

27 Sep 2013

In a landmark verdict, the Supreme Court on Friday said that for a vibrant democracy the voter has the right to negative voting by rejecting all the candidates in fray by exercising the option of None of the Above (NOTA) in EVMs and ballot papers.

Supreme Court,   Right to Reject,   negative voting,   None of the Above,   Election Commission,   ,  
Haryana government bats for re-introduction of detention policy in schools

Haryana government bats for re-introduction of detention policy in schools

17 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Haryana Education Minister Geeta Bhukkal made a strong pitch for the re-introduction of the detention policy in schools, arguing that not having such a system had led to a sharp fall in the learning outcomes of students.

Haryana government,   Haryana ,   Geeta Bhukkal,   Right to Education Act,   detention policy in schools,   No-Detention Policy,  
Narendra Modi hails Supreme Court verdict on voters' <strong>Right</strong> to <strong>Reject</strong>

Narendra Modi hails Supreme Court verdict on voters' Right to Reject

28 Sep 2013

Hailing the Supreme Court verdict allowing negative voting, BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has said that it is a step towards future electoral reforms to make Indian democracy more vibrant and meaningful.

narendra modi,   supreme court,   elections,   right to reject,   voters,   polls,  

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