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Lodha panel recommendations do not violate the <strong>right</strong> to form associations, pronounces Supreme Court

Lodha panel recommendations do not violate the right to form associations, pronounces Supreme Court

19 Jul 2016

New Delhi: BCCI's argument supported by some cricket associations and bodies that recommendations of Justice RM Lodha panel were violative of the fundamental rights did not cut ice with the Supreme Court yesterday saying that such right cannot be claimed by an association or union or a cooperative society.

Supreme Court,   Lodha Panel,   Lodha Panel recommendations,   SC on Lodha Panel reforms,   Latest sports news ,  
Nabam Tuki's exit proves our stand; Governor's actions <strong>right</strong>: BJP

Nabam Tuki's exit proves our stand; Governor's actions right: BJP

17 Jul 2016

New Delhi: BJP today claimed that the resignation of Nabam Tuki as Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister has "vindicated" its stand and proved "right" Governor J P Rajkhowa's decisions following the political crisis in the state.

Nabam Tuki,   BJP,   Arunachal Pradesh,   Arunachal Pradesh,   Chief Minister,   Governor,   J P Rajkhowa,   Congress,   State news,  
Ready for open <strong>debate</strong> with opposition on sting CD case: Harish Rawat

Ready for open debate with opposition on sting CD case: Harish Rawat

09 Jul 2016

Dehradun: Chief Minister Harish Rawat has accepted opposition BJP's "challenge" for an open debate on the sting operation case in which he has been purportedly shown negotiating a deal to buy support of disgruntled party MLAs at the time of the recent political crisis in Uttarakhand.

Uttarakhand Sting Case,   Uttarakhand Sting Controversy,   Harish Rawat,   Uttarakhand Sting CD Case,   Sting CD Debate,   Uttarakhand Political Crisis,   Uttarakhand Crisis,   Latest States News ,  
Disgruntled Central government employees <strong>reject</strong> pay hike, threaten to go on strike

Disgruntled Central government employees reject pay hike, threaten to go on strike

30 Jun 2016

New Delhi/Chennai: The Confederation of Central Government Employees yesterday rejected the pay hike announced by the government and threatened to go on a strike next week, a decision which got support from the central trade unions.

Central government employees,   pay hike,   7th pay commission,   strike,   Unions,   Government Employees,   Latest Nation News,  
Government asks Law Commission to examine uniform civil code issue

Government asks Law Commission to examine uniform civil code issue

01 Jul 2016

New Delhi: Indicating need for wider consultation before taking a call on a uniform civil code, the government has asked the Law Commission to examine the issue.

Uniform Civil Code,   Uniformity in Civil Code,   Indian Civil Code,   Civil Code in India,   Uniform Civil Code Debate,   Civil Code Debate,   Law Commission,   Latest Nation News ,  
British Prime Minister David Cameron invokes India in anti-Brexit <strong>debate</strong>

British Prime Minister David Cameron invokes India in anti-Brexit debate

20 Jun 2016

London: British Prime Minister David Cameron has invoked increasing trade with India as part of his plea to the public to vote to remain in the EU in Thursday's crucial referendum, saying the UK could do more with the country but cutting off from the main market would be "economic madness".

British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   David Cameron,   British Trade with India,   EU Referendum,   Economic Madness,   Anti Brexit Debate,   Latest World News ,  
Akhilesh praises Maurya’s decision, says <strong>right</strong> person in the wrong party

Akhilesh praises Maurya’s decision, says right person in the wrong party

23 Jun 2016

Lucknow: Dropping enough hints that Samajwadi Party's doors were open for former BSP leader Swami Prasad Maurya, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today described him as "the right person in the wrong party".

Akhilesh Yadav,   SP,   BSP,   Maurya,   Mayawati,   Maurya quits,   Akhilesh on Maurya,   Chief Minister,   Yttar Pradesh,   State news,  
Orlando shooting reignites <strong>debate</strong> on stricter gun control laws

Orlando shooting reignites debate on stricter gun control laws

13 Jun 2016

Washington: America's deadliest mass shooting in Orlando in which 50 people were killed by a gunman pledging allegiance to ISIS has reignited the debate on gun violence, war against terror and homegrown terrorism with lawmakers calling for stricter gun control laws.

US Gay Club Shooting,   US Orlando Shooting,   Orlando Shooting,   US Deadliest Mass Shooting,   ISIS,   US Gun Violence Debate,   Gun Violence Debate,   US Gun Control Laws,   Latest World News ,  
Congress, BJP have no 'moral <strong>right</strong>' to question on parliamentary secretary: AAP

Congress, BJP have no 'moral right' to question on parliamentary secretary: AAP

17 Jun 2016

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party today accused BJP and Congress of bending the Delhi Municipal Corporation Act to provide facilities to its councillors thus leaving them bereft of any "moral right" to question AAP on the issue of office of profit.

AAP,   Congress,   BJP,   Parliament secretary,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Union Home Ministry,   Najeeb Jung,   State news,  
Pele hails Brazil new coach; calls him the '<strong>right</strong> man'

Pele hails Brazil new coach; calls him the 'right man'

17 Jun 2016

Rio de Janeiro: Brazil football great Pele has given his backing to new Brazil coach Tite, describing the former Corinthians manager as the 'right man' for the struggling national team.

Pele,   Pele on Tite,   Brazil coach,   Brazil football team,   Tite,   Soccer news,   Latest sports news ,  

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