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<strong>Panchayat</strong> polls: Former minister elected unopposed as Panch

Panchayat polls: Former minister elected unopposed as Panch

24 Jan 2015

Kota: A former Rajasthan minister has been elected unopposed as the Panch (member) of Kundanpur Gram Panchayat. Bharat Singh, a senior Congress leader and former minister of state for Panchayati Raj and Public Works, was elected unopposed for the post on Friday.

Panchayat polls,   Former minister,   Panch,   Kundanpur Gram Panchayat,  
<strong>Panchayat</strong> polls: Naxals trying to regain lost base in Chhattisgarh

Panchayat polls: Naxals trying to regain lost base in Chhattisgarh

23 Jan 2015

Raipur: Shaken by Chhattisgarh Police's intensive combat operations, the Naxals are trying to rebuild their base ahead of the panchayat polls by threatening the villagers to either support their candidate or  boycott the elections.

Panchayat polls,   Naxals,   Chhattisgarh Police,   boycott the elections ,  
974 <strong>vacant</strong> <strong>posts</strong> in CBI: Government

974 vacant posts in CBI: Government

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: As many as 974 posts at different levels are lying vacant in the country's premier investigative agency CBI, the government said on Wednesday but asserted that the agency's performance had not been adversely affected due to "effective use and optimal deployment of existing personnel".

Central Bureau of Investigation,   CBI,   Lok Sabha,   MoS,   Jitendra Singh ,  
Here's how people post life events on Facebook

Here's how people post life events on Facebook

21 Jan 2015

New York: With social networking sites becoming a part of our daily lives, people are sharing positive life events indirectly and negative life events directly on Facebook, says a study.

Facebook,   Facebook posts,   sharing life events,   Facebook users,   social networking sites,  
Bogus voters in Delhi: HC <strong>posts</strong> hearing of plea to March 3

Bogus voters in Delhi: HC posts hearing of plea to March 3

19 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Delhi High Court on Monday posted the hearing to March 3 of a plea alleging the presence of bogus voters in various assembly constituencies of the national capital.

delhi bogus voters PIL,   High Court,   ,  
DoP may set up separate entity for e-commerce by next year

DoP may set up separate entity for e-commerce by next year

16 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The Department of Posts (DoP) may set up a separate entity for handling e-commerce services by next year to cash in on the burgeoning demand for delivery and logistics.

Department of Posts,   DoP,   eCommerce,   PM Narendra Modi,   IT minister,   Ravishankar Prasad,  
Over 52 percent voting in first phase of <strong>panchayat</strong> polls in Rajasthan

Over 52 percent voting in first phase of panchayat polls in Rajasthan

16 Jan 2015

Jaipur: Over 52 percent of 1.17 crore electors cast their votes in the first phase of panchayat polls in Rajasthan which ended on a peaceful note at 5 PM on Friday, a senior election official said here.

panchayat polls in Rajasthan,   first phase voting,   Rajasthan,   Zila Parishad,   Panchayat Samiti,  
Centre asks Bihar to strengthen <strong>Panchayat</strong> Institutions

Centre asks Bihar to strengthen Panchayat Institutions

17 Apr 2011

If Bihar fails to strengthen its Panchayat Institutions by granting them more rights and by filling up 3000 vacant posts of Panchayat Sachiv soon, it may lose a grant of Rs 430 crore for better execution of work.

Bihar Panchayat Institutions,   vacant posts of Panchayat Sachiv,   Central government,  
Chhattisgarh <strong>panchayat</strong> polls rescheduled

Chhattisgarh panchayat polls rescheduled

06 Jan 2015

Raipur: The State Election Commission has rescheduled the Chhattisgarh panchayat bodies' elections in view of security and other administrative issues.

Election Commission,   Chhattisgarh panchayat polls,   Chhattisgarh elections,   Security,   Administration,  
Pakistani Rangers target Indian <strong>posts</strong> in Jammu

Pakistani Rangers target Indian posts in Jammu

13 Jan 2015

Jammu: Pakistani Rangers on Monday night targeted the Border Security Force (BSF) posts on the International Border in Jammu and Kashmir, police said on Tuesday.

Pakistan Rangers,   Indian posts,   Jammu firing,   ceasefire violation,   Pakistan ceasefire,   BoPs,  

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