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Modi government is '<strong>right</strong> reactionary': CPI

Modi government is 'right reactionary': CPI

28 Nov 2014

Ludhiana: Communist Party of India (CPI) former Secretary General A B Bardhan on Friday described Prime Minister Narendra Modi led central government as 'right reactionary'.

Communist Party of India,   CPI,   Secretary General,   A B Bardhan,   Narendra Modi,   Arun Jaitley,   CPI leader,  
EU watchdogs to apply '<strong>right</strong> to be forgotten' rule on Web worldwide

EU watchdogs to apply 'right to be forgotten' rule on Web worldwide

27 Nov 2014

BRUSSELS: European privacy regulators want Internet search engines such as Google and Microsoft's Bing to scrub results globally, not just in Europe, when people invoke their "right to be forgotten" as ruled by an EU court.

Privacy regulators,   Internet,   Search engines,   Google,   Microsoft,   Bing,  
<strong>Debate</strong> on sexual orientation should be mainstream: Hansal Mehta

Debate on sexual orientation should be mainstream: Hansal Mehta

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: After 'Shahid' and 'CityLights', Hansal Mehta is producing and directing a movie inspired by the true story of a gay professor as he feels the debate on sexual orientation should be a part of mainstream.

Hansal Mehta,   Shahid,   CityLights,   Manoj Bajpayee,   Rajkummar Rao,   Bollywood films,   mainstream cinema,  
We have the <strong>right</strong> to build dam on Cauvery: Karnataka

We have the right to build dam on Cauvery: Karnataka

20 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Karnataka government on Friday said it has the right to construct a dam on the Cauvery river without violating the order of Cauvery River Water Tribunal.

Karnataka,   Tamil Nadu,   Cauvery River,   Minister MB Patil,   DPR,  
We have the <strong>right</strong> to build dam on Cauvery: Karnataka

We have the right to build dam on Cauvery: Karnataka

20 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Karnataka government on Thursday said it has the right to construct a dam on the Cauvery river without violating the order of Cauvery River Water Tribunal.

Cauvery River Water Tribunal,   Karnataka government,   Karnataka,   Cauvery river,   dam construction,   M B Patil,   EoI,  
RTI norms: CIC to hear complaints against six political parties

RTI norms: CIC to hear complaints against six political parties

20 Nov 2014

New Delhi: A full bench of the Central Information Commission on Friday will hear complaints against six national political parties for non-compliance of its order that they came within the ambit of RTI Act and had to put in place all mandatory requirements under the law.

RTI,   RTI norms,   CPI(M),   Right to Information,   CIC,   RTI ACT,  
Azad to voters: <strong>Reject</strong> parties thriving on polarisation

Azad to voters: Reject parties thriving on polarisation

05 Nov 2014

Jammu: Lambasting the political parties for divisive politics and polarisation, Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Wednesday advised the people to reject the political parties thrive on divisiveness and polarisation.

Ghulam Nabi Azad,   Azad,   voters,   political parties,   divisive politics,   polarisation,   Jammu and Kashmir,  
Wear your sweatshirt <strong>right</strong>

Wear your sweatshirt right

01 Nov 2014

Los Angeles: A sweatshirt is a must-have item in your autumn-winter wardrobe. Mix it up with jeggings or team it up with hot pants to jazz up the look.

sweatshirt,   autumn-winter wardrobe,   jeggings,   hot pants,   trousers,   midi skirt,  
Learn to eat fish the <strong>right</strong> way

Learn to eat fish the right way

03 Nov 2014

Los Angeles: Eating fish has been associated with lower rates of heart disease, stroke, depression and Alzheimer's disease. But how you eat it may be the real key to reaping its benefits, reveals a research.

fish,   good fat,   spices,   garlic,   Italian herbs,   healthy food,   mushrooms,  
Animal <strong>right</strong> group's plea to PM

Animal right group's plea to PM

03 Nov 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: A Kerala-based animal rights group has sought the intervention of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is also the Chairman of National Board for Wildlife, to stop the use of crackers inside forest areas to ward off straying wild animals.

Heritage Animal Task Force,   Thiruvananthapuram,   animal rights,   National Board for Wildlife,   Kerala,   Project Elephant ,  

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