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Varun Feroz Gandhi faces protest on his first visit to his constituency

Sultanpur,13 June-2014(PTI): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Varun Gandhi, who was on his first visit to his constituency after winning Lok Sabha polls, had to face protest by a section of lawyers after he reportedly came late at a function and tried to leave in haste. Varun Feroz Gandhi faces protest on his first visit […]

Actress Preity Zinta files molestation case against Ness Wadia(great grand son of Jinnah)

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Mumbai, 13 June-2014(Indilens Web Team): Actor and part owner of IPL team Kings XI Punjab Preity Zinta has lodged a molestation case against the team’s other owner Ness Wadia future owner and Managing Director of the Bombay Burmah Trading Corporation(great grand son of Mohammad Ali Jinnah) with the Marine Drive police on Friday. Actress Preity Zinta files […]

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The six sins of being an NGO in India, according to Intelligence Bureau

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Mumbai, 13 June-2014, Ruchi Kumar/DNA: The most recent report by Intelligence Bureau (IB) on NGOs has stirred much unwanted controversy for the new government. While, multinational Ngos such as Greenpeace have condemned the report that goes so far as to call them a “threat to national economic security”, they haven’t been singled out. Sharing office space, […]

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200 U.S. contractors surrounded by jihadists in Iraq

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NEW YORK 13 JUNE-2014(AFP/WDN): About 200 Americans under contract with the Department of Defense at Balad Air Force Base in Iraq are trapped by the al-Qaida-inspired jihadists who have seized control of two cities and are now threatening Baghdad, according to WND sources. 200 U.S. contractors surrounded by jihadists in Iraq The sources, private contractors […]

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Guinness World Records urged to recognise Modi’s campaign rallies

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Agra, June 13(AFP/IANS): Guinness World Records has been approached to register Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s name for holding 1,800 political rallies across India in the run-up to the April-May general election. Guinness World Records urged to recognise Modi’s campaign rallies We approached Guinness World Records in London and they have now asked us to send […]

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Schemes soon to revive Benarasi sari, carpet industries

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Lucknow, June 13(IANS): The NDA government is preparing a roadmap to restart many small and cottage industries in Varanasi and its neighbourhood that are shut, union MSME Minister Kalraj Mishra said Friday. “New schemes are being worked on and fresh initiatives will be announced soon, the minister added. ” Schemes soon to revive Benarasi sari, carpet […]

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Badal meets Modi, demands probe into 1984 riot

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New Delhi, June 13(IANS): Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal Friday called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi here and demanded early resolution of a variety of issues, including terrorism, and a probe into the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. Badal meets Modi, demands probe into 1984 riot Badal submitted a detailed resolution for containing terrorism, said an […]

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Banerjee denies government not cooperating with Saradha probe

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Kolkata, June 13(IANS): West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Friday challenged the opposition to substantiate its allegation that her government was not cooperating with the Saradha probe, and claimed the law and order situation was very peaceful. Banerjee denies government not cooperating with Saradha probe Banerjee, replying to the debate on the motion of grants […]

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Our model of development is carbon intensive: Journalist Bahar Dutt

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New Delhi, June 13(IANS): There might not be any end to the debate on how to develop without harming the environment, but an environmental journalist and author feels the problem lies in our development model that alienates locals perspective and is carbon intensive. Our model of development is carbon intensive: Journalist Bahar Dutt There is […]

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Modi government setting a cracking pace for babus, and journos too

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New Delhi, June 13,Ranjana Narayan : The cracking pace with which the new government is moving – taking decisions and even announcing them immediately – is taking top government officials unawares. Modi government setting a cracking pace for babus, and journos too Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to invite the SAARC leaders to the swearing-in, […]

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