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Rajnath lauds high voter turnout in Kashmir, <strong>Jharkhand</strong>

Rajnath lauds high voter turnout in Kashmir, Jharkhand

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday said the huge voter turnout in the Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand Assembly Elections was a 'positive sign' and people had defied the threat of militants and Maoists.

Rajnath Singh,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Jharkhand Jharkhand Assembly Elections,   militants,   Naxals,   Maoists,   J&K Polls,   Jharkhand Polls,  
Sebi move on new Mutual Fund <strong>schemes</strong> to help small players: Industry

Sebi move on new Mutual Fund schemes to help small players: Industry

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Market regulator Sebi's interim measure to allow launch of two new schemes in a year by fund houses with networth below Rs 50 crore has come as a major relief for small players, industry representatives said.

SEBI,   Taurus MF,   Parag Parikh Financial Advisory Services MF,   Escorts MF,   Sahara MF,   Quantum Asset,   ,  
Bill for merger of <strong>schemes</strong> for overseas Indians soon

Bill for merger of schemes for overseas Indians soon

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: A draft bill that will enable the merging of two schemes for overseas Indians is expected to be brought before the cabinet for approval soon, an official statement said on Tuesday.

Bill for merger,   schemes,   overseas Indians,   PMO,   winter session of parliament,   PM Modi,  
Formal finance in rural areas to curb ponzi <strong>schemes</strong>: Ashish Kumar Chauhan

Formal finance in rural areas to curb ponzi schemes: Ashish Kumar Chauhan

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Expanding the reach of formal finance to rural areas will help curb the ponzi scheme menace in the country, top BSE official said on Tuesday.

ponzi schemes,   Ashish Kumar Chauhan,   Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE),   Bimal Jalan,   formal finance,   financial inclusion,   financial literacy,   ,  
Centre has stopped funding Bengal development projects: Mamata Banerjee

Centre has stopped funding Bengal development projects: Mamata Banerjee

25 Nov 2014

Digha: The Centre has stopped funding development projects in West Bengal and is taking away a major chunk of the state's earnings for debt servicing of more than Rs 2 lakh crore, putting in jeopardy people's "welfare projects", Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today alleged.

Mamata Banerjee,   funding development projects,   West Bengal,   debt servicing,   welfare projects,   ,  
Free <strong>Jharkhand</strong> from instability: PM Modi appeals to people

Free Jharkhand from instability: PM Modi appeals to people

25 Nov 2014

Chaibasa(Jharkhand): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday asked the voters of Jharkhand to enable BJP secure a majority in the Assembly elections for political stability.

Jharkhand,   instability,   PM Modi,   Modi appeals to people,   elections,   polling,   assembly elections,   ,  
Meghalaya Chief Minister assures prevalence of law & order in state

Meghalaya Chief Minister assures prevalence of law & order in state

25 Nov 2014

Shillong: Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma on Tuesday assured that law and order would prevail in the state in an effort to curb criminalisation of politics.

Meghalaya Chief Minister,   Mukul Sangma,   criminalisation of politics,   James K Sangma,   Social Welfare Minister Deborah C Marak,   Opposition United Democratic Party (UDP),   National People's Party (NPP),   ,  
Election Commission bans exit polls in <strong>Jharkhand</strong>, J&K

Election Commission bans exit polls in Jharkhand, J&K

25 Nov 2014

Ranchi: Election Commission has banned the publication and dissemination of exit polls of any kind in poll-bound Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir.

Election Commission,   exit polls,   Jharkhand assembly polls,   J&K assembly polls,  
Assembly elections: 70 percent turnout in J&K, over 62 percent voting in <strong>Jharkhand</strong>

Assembly elections: 70 percent turnout in J&K, over 62 percent voting in Jharkhand

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday notched up one its "highest" polling figures with over 70 percent voting recorded in the first phase of Assembly polls while a turnout of about 62 percent was registered in Jharkhand.

Polling,   first phase polling,   Jammu & Kashmir,   Jharkhand,   Assembly elections,   elections,   voting,   Jharkhand polls,   State polls,  
26.5 percent votes till 11 am, sporadic incidents in <strong>Jharkhand</strong> polls

26.5 percent votes till 11 am, sporadic incidents in Jharkhand polls

25 Nov 2014

Ranchi: Sporadic incidents were reported in the ongoing first phase of the staggered five-stage Assembly elections in 13 constituencies in Maoist-hit areas of Jharkhand on Tuesday where 26.5 percent votes were cast in the first four hours of polling.

Polling,   13 seats,   Jharkhand,   elections,   voting,   assembly elections,  

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