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BJP chief Amit Shah <strong>rules</strong> out country-wide ban on beef

BJP chief Amit Shah rules out country-wide ban on beef

28 May 2015

Panaji: BJP chief Amit Shah on Thursday ruled out a country-wide ban on beef, saying it is for the states to take a decision on it keeping in mind the "sentiments of the people".

Beef ban,   Beef ban in India,   BJP chief,   Amit Shah,   Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi,   Latest India news,   ,  
High Court allows Greenpeace to use two accounts to get domestic donations

High Court allows Greenpeace to use two accounts to get domestic donations

27 May 2015

New Delhi: In a relief for Greenpeace India, Delhi High Court on Wednesday allowed it to use two of its accounts for the purpose of receiving and utilising fresh domestic donations for its day-to-day functioning, telling the government it cannot choke them of their funds.

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Knee injury <strong>rules</strong> Jonathan Davies out of Rugby World Cup

Knee injury rules Jonathan Davies out of Rugby World Cup

27 May 2015

London: Wales centre Jonathan Davies will miss this year's rugby World Cup after rupturing a cruciate knee ligament, the Welsh Rugby Union announced on Wednesday.

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Patna High Court orders probe over teachers with fake degrees

Patna High Court orders probe over teachers with fake degrees

19 May 2015

Patna: The Patna High Court on Monday directed the director of Bihar vigilance department to probe the recruitment of nearly 40,000 government teachers who allegedly used fake degree certificates to get the jobs, a lawyer said.

Patna High Court,   fake degrees,   Bihar teachers,   Bihar teacher fake degrees,   Bihar teacher recruitment,   latest news from Bihar,   latest states news,  
Mamata Banerjee blames traffic cop for seizing license of Kolkata mayor's niece

Mamata Banerjee blames traffic cop for seizing license of Kolkata mayor's niece

26 May 2015

Kolkata: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday blamed the traffic police constable on duty for seizing the license of the city mayor's niece unnecessarily, saying she was only a little girl.

Mamata Banerjee,   mayor niece,   West Bengal Chief Minister,   traffic police,   Driving license,   Traffic rules,   TMC,   Latest state news ,  
No written examination for police <strong>recruitment</strong> in Uttar Pradesh

No written examination for police recruitment in Uttar Pradesh

20 May 2015

New Delhi: Amid the controversy over police recruitment in the state, Akhilesh Yadav-led Uttar Pradesh government is going to scrap written test in the hiring process. It will not be mandatory for the lakhs of aspiring candidates to appear in the written examination for the upcoming recruitment of 40,000 police personnel in the state.

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<strong>Teacher</strong> killed, 23 students wounded in mortar attack in Damascus

Teacher killed, 23 students wounded in mortar attack in Damascus

20 May 2015

Beirut: A Syrian teacher was killed and 23 students were wounded when a mortar shell hit their school on Wednesday in the heart of Damascus, Syrian state media said.

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J&K HC irked as <strong>teacher</strong> fails to write simple essay on cow

J&K HC irked as teacher fails to write simple essay on cow

16 May 2015

Srinagar: In a rare instance, the Jammu and Kashmir High Court made a teacher write a brief exam in an open court to check his abilities but the examinee failed miserably, leading to a slew of directions to the state government for checking "tuck shops" in the education sector.

Jammu and Kashmir,   High Court,   Teacher,   JK government,   Education sector,   Cow,  
Centre sets April-June oil subsidy <strong>rules</strong>, no discounts if oil below USD 60

Centre sets April-June oil subsidy rules, no discounts if oil below USD 60

22 May 2015

New Delhi: Oil ministry has set interim rules that exempt state-run upstream companies from giving any discount on crude and refined fuel sales if global oil prices average up to USD 60 a barrel this quarter, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.

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Japan cabinet approves military expansion <strong>rules</strong>

Japan cabinet approves military expansion rules

14 May 2015

Tokyo: Japan's cabinet on Thursday approved a set of bills bolstering the role and scope of the military, as the pacifist country redefines its position in the increasingly roiled Asia-Pacific region.

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