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Implement UPA’s OROP decision, says Nitish Kumar to PM Narendra Modi

Patna:Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday slammed Narendra Modi government at the Centre for failing to implement ‘One Rank One Pension’ despite 15 months of its tenure, and described the agitation by ex-servicemen as an “unfortunate situation”. “A decision in principle for implementation of One Rank One Pension was taken during previous UPA rule…this […]

OROP announcement: Modi govt becoming a ‘Jumla’ government, says AAP

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Ludhiana(ANI): Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Sanjay Singh, said on Saturday that until all the demands of the protesting ex-servicemen were accepted, the Aam Aadmi Party would stand by them. “Until all the demands of the protesting ex-servicemen are accepted, the Aam Aadmi Party would stand by them,” said Singh. Aam Aadmi Party would stands […]

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Narendra Modi govt diluted UPA’s OROP scheme, says Congress

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New Delhi(PTI): The Congress Party on Saturday criticised the current NDA regime for misleading the people of this country by saying that previous governments had not acted on the issue of the one-rank-one-pension (OROP) scheme. “Today’s claim by the NDA Government that the issue was not addressed by the previous governments for past four decades […]

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Over 100 booked, 6 arrested after communal clash near Agra

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Agra(PTI): Prohibitory orders remained in force and personnel of Rapid Action Force and PAC carried out flag march in Shamshabad town, on the outskirts of Agra, in an attempt to ward off any trouble in the aftermath of Thursday’s communal clashes. The clashes had erupted in the town, 30 km from Agra city, after some […]

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J-K: Commando killed after gunning down 10 militants in 11 days

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Army on Saturday paid last tributes to lance naik Mohan Nath Goswami, a special forces commando who was a part of three back-to-back operations which killed 10 militants in Jammu and Kashmir. “A special forces commando of the Indian Army has created a unique history of valour and dedication to duty by eliminating 10 militants […]

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Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3C, Pixi First, and Pixi 3 (10) Tablet Launched at IFA 2015

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Alcatel was not yet finished when it launched four new smartphones, a smartwatch and a 17.3-inch tablet during the ongoing IFA 2015 trade show. The company has also announced the OneTouch Idol 3C, a new variant of its OneTouch Idol 3 smartphone, the budget Pixi First smartphone, and the Pixi 3 (10) tablet. The Alcatel […]

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Trai Considering Mandatory Network Capacity Disclosure for Telecom Operators

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Trai is considering making it mandatory for telecom operators to disclose their network problem needs to be examined in entirety. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai), which came out with a consultation paper on call drops today, said telcos should also disclose steps taken to optimise their networks to address the problem. The problem […]

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Project to Beautify Ghats, Clean Ganga Soon: Centre

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VARANASI: With an aim to fulfil the wishes of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Minister Mahesh Sharma today announced introduction of a project for restoration and beautification of ghats and cleaning of the Ganga river in Varanasi. Launching a special ‘cleaning campaign’ at the recently renovated Assi Ghat, the Union Minister for Tourism and Culture […]

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A photo, a turning point? All depends on Europe’s leaders

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Paris: Sep 05,- The 3-year-old boy Aylan Kurdi could have been dressed for preschool. Instead he was lying face down in the surf. Suddenly offers of money, meals and refuge are pouring in to help the hundreds of thousands of migrants surging into Europe. A single photo of a lifeless boy did more to galvanize […]

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Ex-Assam minister to quit assembly seat

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New Delhi, Sep 5 – Former Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, who quit the Congress and joined the BJP last month, said on Saturday that he will soon resign from his state assembly seat. I will resign from my seat in the assembly in a day or two after returning to Assam, Sarma told the […]

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