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Disclose info on Priyanka Vadra's land deal in 10 days: HP State Information <strong>Commission</strong>

Disclose info on Priyanka Vadra's land deal in 10 days: HP State Information Commission

30 Jun 2015

Shimla: The Himachal Pradesh State Information Commission today rejected the contention that information regarding purchase of land by Priyanka Vadra at Chharabra cannot be given for security reasons and directed the authorities concerned to provide all information in this regard to an RTI activist within 10 days.

Priyanka Vadra,   Priyanka Vadra land deal,   Priyanka Gandhi,   Chharabra land,   HP State Information Commission,   Himachal Pradesh,   RTI activist Debasheesh Bhattacharya,   latest states news,  
Unaware of new European offer to Greece: Angela Merkel

Unaware of new European offer to Greece: Angela Merkel

30 Jun 2015

Berlin: German Chancellor Angela Merkel played down any hopes of a last-minute deal with Greece on Tuesday, just hours before its bailout deal expires, saying she was not aware of any new offer from the European Commission President.

European offer to Greece,   Greece debt,   German Chancellor,   Angela Merkel,   Greece,   European Commission President,   Latest World News,  
UGC asks varsities to observe Digital India week

UGC asks varsities to observe Digital India week

30 Jun 2015

New Delhi: The University Grants Commission (UGC) has directed all varsities and higher education institutes across the country to observe the Digital India Week (DIW) beginning tomorrow.

UGC,   varsities,   Observe Digital India week,   University Grants Commission,   Digital India Week,   DIW,   Digital India campaign,   Narendra Modi,   Latest Nation News,  
BSF wants special <strong>pay</strong> for being first line of defence at borders

BSF wants special pay for being first line of defence at borders

22 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Country's largest border guarding force BSF has made a strong pitch for a special 'border service' pay for its men stating the troops are deployed well ahead of the Army along international borders and they face the "first brunt" of an enemy attack.

BSF,   Military Service Pay,   Indo-Pakistan border,   Union Home Ministry,   Seventh pay Commission,   LoC,  
India retains second spot in ICC rankings, Bangladesh move up to <strong>seventh</strong>

India retains second spot in ICC rankings, Bangladesh move up to seventh

25 Jun 2015

Dubai: India dropped two points but managed to retain their second position despite losing the three-match series 1-2 to Bangladesh, who moved a place to seventh in the latest International Cricket Council (ICC) ODI rankings.

ICC rankings,   Indian Cricket rank,   Bangladesh Cricket rank,   India vs Bangladesh,   ODI rankings,   latest cricket news,  
 Orphan student cracks JEE; unable to <strong>pay</strong> IIT counselling fee

Orphan student cracks JEE; unable to pay IIT counselling fee

27 Jun 2015

Srinagar: After cracking the prestigious IIT with active support from Army under 'Sadhbhavana project', a militancy-victim from North Kashmir might be forced to forgo his seat as he is unable to pay the counselling fee of Rs 10,000.

Orphan boy cracked IIT,   IIT counselling fee,   IIT,   Sadhbhavana project,   Zahid Ahmad Qureshi,   Kashmir Super 30,   JEE Advanced,   Latest Nation News,  
EPFO allows small firms to <strong>pay</strong> dues by cheques, drafts

EPFO allows small firms to pay dues by cheques, drafts

25 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Giving a breather to small firms, retirement fund body EPFO has allowed employers whose statutory contribution is less than Rs 1 lakh to make payment through bank drafts, banker's cheques and local cheques till September this year.

EPFO,   EPFO rules for small firms,   EPF by cheques and drafts,   Employers,   EPF payments,   EPF by internet banking,   Latest Business News,  
Domestic violence case: Somnath Bharti fails to appear before Delhi <strong>Commission</strong> for Women

Domestic violence case: Somnath Bharti fails to appear before Delhi Commission for Women

26 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Former Delhi law minister and AAP MLA Somnath Bharti did not turn up today before the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW), which had summoned him after his wife filed a domestic violence complaint with the commission.

Somnath Bharti,   DCW summon,   Former Delhi law minister,   AAP MLA,   Delhi Commission for Women,   Latest States News ,  
Microsoft to <strong>commission</strong> three 'hyper-scale' data centres in India

Microsoft to commission three 'hyper-scale' data centres in India

25 Jun 2015

Mumbai: Software major Microsoft said it will commission three "hyper-scale" data centres in India before the end of this year. The company will be targeting sensitive sectors including government sectors and financial services through these services.

Microsoft Corporation,   Microsoft India,   Microsoft data centres,   Sensitive sectors,   Government sectors,   Financial services,  
Parliament committee should <strong>pay</strong> attention to canteen subsidies: Government

Parliament committee should pay attention to canteen subsidies: Government

24 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Amid a debate over the whopping subsidy given to Parliament canteens serving MPs, the government today said Parliamentary Committees involved with the issue should pay attention to the matter even as it insisted that it alone was not responsible for a decision.

Parliament committee,   Parliament canteen subsidies,   Government,   MPs,   Subsidies on meals in Parliament,   Latest Nation News,  

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