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Concern in Lok Sabha over honour killings, <strong>tea</strong> <strong>garden</strong> workers' plight

Concern in Lok Sabha over honour killings, tea garden workers' plight

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Issues ranging from honour killings, plight of tea garden workers and "drastic" labour law reforms to electoral representation to people of several villages in Andhra Pradesh were raised in the Lok Sabha on Thursday during the Zero Hour.

honour killings,   tea garden workers,   labour law reforms,   Andhra Pradesh villages,   Lok Sabha,  
AAP promises two lakh toilets for women in Delhi

AAP promises two lakh toilets for women in Delhi

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Two lakh public toilets for women, new courts to fast-track rape cases and Wi-Fi connected CCTV cameras were some of the promises made by the AAP on Wednesday in the second round of its 'Delhi Dialogue' programme which was focused on women.

AAP,   women in Delhi,   public toilets for women,   Wi-Fi connection,   CCTV cameras,   Talkatora Garden,   Aam Aadmi Party,   Arvind Kejriwal,  
1 killed in ULFA strike, militant killed in encounter

1 killed in ULFA strike, militant killed in encounter

27 Nov 2014

Lakhimpur/Dibrugarh: ULFA (I) militants on Thursday killed a man and injured two others while another militant was killed in an encounter with police ahead Prime Minister Narendra Modi's two-day visit to Assam on November 29.

United Liberation Front of Assam,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   SP P K Bhuyan,   Mridul Gogoi,   Guwahati Medical College Hospital,   ,  
Saradha scam: CBI questions former <strong>Assam</strong> Health Minister

Saradha scam: CBI questions former Assam Health Minister

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: CBI on Wednesday questioned former Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma in connection with its probe in the Saradha chit fund scam.

Saradha scam,   Assam Health Minister,   Rajiv Singh,   Tarun Gogoi,   ponzi companies ,  
PM Modi to inaugurate Meghalaya's first train on November 29

PM Modi to inaugurate Meghalaya's first train on November 29

26 Nov 2014

Shillong: Meghalaya will be on the railway map when Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate its first train connecting Dudhnoi in Assam with Mendipatha in the state on November 29.

Meghalaya first train,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   railway map,   Meghalaya first train inauguration,   Dudhnoi,   Assam,   Mendipatha,  
Strike: West Bengal ex-minister detained; functioning hit at <strong>tea</strong> gardens

Strike: West Bengal ex-minister detained; functioning hit at tea gardens

12 Nov 2014

Siliguri (West Bengal): Former West Bengal Urban Development minister Asok Bhattacharya was detained along with other CPI-M leaders on Wednesday when they allegedly tried to enforce bandh at Hasmichak in Siliguri.

West Bengal,   Asok Bhattacharya,   CPI-M leaders,   bandh,   Hasmichak,   Siliguri,   North Bengal,   tea garden strike,  
<strong>Tea</strong> Association of India concerned over production cost

Tea Association of India concerned over production cost

18 Nov 2014

Jorhat (Assam): Tea industry is concerned over the rising cost of production and proper price realisation of the product, a top association official said.

Indian Tea industry,   rising cost of production,   price realisation,   Tea prices,   world tea production,   North East Tea Association,  
Swamy wants <strong>Assam</strong> Accord amended for bringing in Bangladesh clause

Swamy wants Assam Accord amended for bringing in Bangladesh clause

22 Nov 2014

Guwahati: BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on Saturday sought an amendment to the Assam Accord for bringing in a clause for punitive measures against Bangladesh if the neighbouring nation does not stop alleged infiltration.

BJP,   Subramanian Swamy,   Assam Accord,   Bangladesh,   Infiltration,   India Bangladesh border,   BSF,  
Four lakh <strong>tea</strong> <strong>garden</strong> workers observe token strike in Bengal

Four lakh tea garden workers observe token strike in Bengal

13 Oct 2014

Jalpaiguri: Nearly four lakh tea garden workers in West Bengal's Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri, and Alipurduar districts today observed a token strike to press for their long standing demand for wage revision.

Four lakh tea workers,   tea garden workers,   token strike,   Bengal,   wages,   wage revision,  
Modi fever grips Sydney ahead of Indian diaspora event

Modi fever grips Sydney ahead of Indian diaspora event

16 Nov 2014

Brisbane: The Indian diaspora in Australia will seek to recreate the Madison Square Garden magic when they will host Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Sydney on Monday in the country's largest indoor arena.

Indians in Australia,   Madison Square Garden,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,  

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