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Cleaning Ganga will take 18 years and massive investment: Centre to SC

Cleaning Ganga will take 18 years and massive investment: Centre to SC

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: After being rapped by the Supreme Court for its approach to clean Ganga, the Narendra Modi government has placed before it a blueprint of short, medium and long term measures that spread over 18 years and thousands of crore of investment to restore the glory of the holy river.

Supreme Court,   clean Ganga,   Narendra Modi,   government of India,   NDA government ,  
Can't file any final report in coal cases: CBI to <strong>court</strong>

Can't file any final report in coal cases: CBI to court

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The CBI on Monday told a special court that it would not file further final reports for the time being in any coal blocks allocation scam case as the Supreme Court has restrained it from doing so.

Supreme Court,   SC,   Birla,   Kumar Mangalam Birla CBI,   coalgate,   Coal scam,   ,  
Coalgate: CBI seeks more time to respond on closure of file against Kumar Mangalam Birla

Coalgate: CBI seeks more time to respond on closure of file against Kumar Mangalam Birla

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The CBI on Monday sought more time to clarify queries posed by a Delhi court over the closure of file in coal block allocation case in which it had earlier lodged an FIR against top industrialist Kumar Mangalam Birla and others.

CBI,   Coalgate,   Coal Scam,   Kumar Mangalam Birla,   Birla,   SC,   Supreme Court ,  
HC rejects Haryana's plea against Maruti

HC rejects Haryana's plea against Maruti

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi:  The Delhi High Court on Monday dismissed Haryana's plea challenging its order restraining the state from prosecuting car maker Maruti for not having prior environment clearance (EC) for its unit in Rohtak.

HC,   High Court,   Maruti,   Haryana government,   environment clearance,   EC,   ,   SEIAA,   AAG,  
HC asks AIIMS to provide urgent treatment to under trial Maoist

HC asks AIIMS to provide urgent treatment to under trial Maoist

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Monday came to the help of a jailed suspected Maoist, who needs urgent surgery for brain tumour, by asking city police and AIIMS authorities to provide "immediate treatment" to him.

New Delhi,   Delhi High Court,  suspected Maoist,   surgery,   brain tumour,   city police,   AIIMS,   Chandan Deonath,  
NCP core <strong>panel</strong> meet today to decide on deadlock with Congress

NCP core panel meet today to decide on deadlock with Congress

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Putting pressure on ally Congress over the deadlock regarding seat sharing for the Maharashtra Assembly polls, NCP said a meeting of its core committee in Mumbai on Monday will take a final call on the matter even as it asserted that it is sticking to its "original demand".

NCP,   panel meet,   Congress,   Chief Minister,   Prithviraj Chavan,  
SC asks CBI not to take any final <strong>decision</strong> in coal scam cases

SC asks CBI not to take any final decision in coal scam cases

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday asked the CBI not to take any final decision on any case arising out of multi-crore coal scam after serious allegations were levelled against its Director Ranjit Sinha for protecting some accused.

Supreme Court,   CBI,   coal scam,   Ranjit Sinha,  
Jaya opposes Centre’s <strong>decision</strong> to make Hindi as primary language in Tamil Nadu <strong>universities</strong>

Jaya opposes Centre’s decision to make Hindi as primary language in Tamil Nadu universities

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Thursday said that Union Home Ministry circular seeking to make Hindi as primary language in universities in the southern state is not legal.

Tamil Nadu universities,   Tamil Nadu Chief Minister,   J Jayalalithaa,   Hindi as primary language,   Madras High Court ,  
Ghosal first Indian to make Asiad final

Ghosal first Indian to make Asiad final

22 Sep 2014

Incheon: Saurav Ghosal became the first Indian to enter the Asian Games final, beating 2006 champion Ong Beng Hee on Monday. Top seed and the world no.16 lived up to his billing, outplaying 35th-ranked Beng Hee of Malaysia 11-9 11-4 11-5 in 45 minutes on the glass court of Yeorumul Squash Courts.

Incheon,   Saurav Ghosal,   first Indian,   Asian Games final,   2006 champion,   Ong Beng Hee,   Malaysia,   glass court,  
Telecom industry relieved over <strong>court</strong> ruling on mobile towers

Telecom industry relieved over court ruling on mobile towers

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The latest verdict of the Gujarat High Court that base stations for wireless data and mobile communications pose no threat to health if prescribed norms are followed, say industry experts.

Telecom industry,   mobile towers,   Gujarat High Court,   Health hazards,   Bhaskar Bhattacharya,   Radio frequency,   ,  

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