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BJP asks office bearers to increase support ahead of by-polls

BJP asks office bearers to increase support ahead of by-polls

31 Oct 2014

New Delhi: In a bid to boost its chances ahead of the by-polls to three seats in the national capital and possible Assembly elections, BJP has asked all office bearers to ramp up efforts to increase the party's support base.

BJP,   by-polls,   J P Nadda ,   Krishna Nagar,   Assembly elections,   by-polls in Delhi,  
I-<strong>T</strong> department should not lose sight of domestic black money: FM

I-T department should not lose sight of domestic black money: FM

30 Oct 2014

New Delhi: As government steps up efforts to bring illicit funds stashed abroad, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday asked Income Tax department not to lose sight of domestic black money and "chase" sectors where it is most prevalent.

Modi government,   Illicit funds,   Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   Income Tax department,   Domestic black money,  
I-<strong>T</strong> department to prosecute about 300 foreign bank account holders

I-T department to prosecute about 300 foreign bank account holders

29 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Income Tax department is likely to initiate prosecution against close to 300 people whose names have been submitted to the Supreme Court on Wednesday in connection with the probe into alleged black money accounts in HSBC Bank in Geneva.

Income Tax,   IT department,   Supreme Court,   Black money,   Foreign accounts,   HSBC Bank,   Geneva,   Modi government,  
L&<strong>T</strong> bags contract to build 'Statue of Unity' for Rs 2,979 crore

L&T bags contract to build 'Statue of Unity' for Rs 2,979 crore

28 Oct 2014

Gandhinagar: The work order for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's pet project 'Statue of Unity' – the world's tallest statue of India's first home minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, was issued by the Gujarat government, to leading engineering company Larsen and Toubro (L&T).

Gandhinagar,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Statue of Unity,   World's tallest statue,   Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel,   Gujarat government,   Engineering company,   Larsen and Toubro,   L&T,  
Pistorius prosecutors to appeal verdict, sentence

Pistorius prosecutors to appeal verdict, sentence

28 Oct 2014

Johannesburg: South African prosecutors involved in the Oscar Pistorius case will appeal the verdict and sentence on the double-amputee Olympic athlete's manslaughter conviction, which resulted in a five-year prison term for the fatal shooting of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.

Oscar Pistorius,   prosecuters,   appeal,   Reeva Steenkamp,   Blade Runner,   murder,   ,  
Himachal Pradesh ministers refute Dhumal's charge regarding financial mess

Himachal Pradesh ministers refute Dhumal's charge regarding financial mess

29 Oct 2014

Shimla:  Three Cabinet ministers of Himachal Pradesh government strongly refuted the charge of former chief minister P K Dhumal that the state was passing through serious financial crisis.

Himachal Pradesh,   P K Dhumal,   Vidya Stokes,   Mukesh Agnihotri,   Himachal Pradesh government,  
SC rejects Nithari killer Surinder Koli's plea

SC rejects Nithari killer Surinder Koli's plea

28 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected the plea by Nithari killer Surinder Koli seeking recall of the judgment upholding his death sentence in Rimpa Haldar murder case.

New Delhi,   Supreme Court,   Nithari killer,   Surinder Koli,   death sentence,   Rimpa Haldar murder case,  
Molecule that causes rheumatoid arthritis discovered

Molecule that causes rheumatoid arthritis discovered

25 Oct 2014

Tokyo: Japanese researchers have identified one of the substances that cause rheumatoid arthritis, an unprecedented finding that could eventually lead to a cure for the disease, media reported Friday.

Molecule,   rheumatoid arthritis,   Japan,   T cells,   health,   immune cells,   ,  
There was lacunae in Aarushi Hemraj <strong>murder</strong> case probe: Former CBI Director

There was lacunae in Aarushi Hemraj murder case probe: Former CBI Director

14 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Former CBI Director A P Singh said there was a 'lacunae' in the probe carried out by the first CBI team under the then Joint Director Arun Kumar, in the Aarushi Hemraj murder case.

Aarushi Hemraj ,   CBI ,   Aarushi Hemraj murder case,   AGL Kaul,   A P Singh,   Noida,  
Government panel submits report on improving I-<strong>T</strong> system

Government panel submits report on improving I-T system

21 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A government panel on Tuesday suggested creation of National Taxpayer Services Directorate.

Modi government,   Panel,   National Taxpayer Services,   DRISHTI,   Driving Information System for Holistic Tax Initiatives,   Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,  

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