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Bihar govt raises retirement age, allowance of Home Guards

Bihar govt raises retirement age, allowance of Home Guards

Patna: In a major decision, Bihar government has decided to raise the retirement age of Home Guards from the current 58 years to 60 years.This will come with effect from December 1, 2014.Bihar Home Secretary Amir Subhani said the decision  more
Najma Heptulla meets RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat
Najma Heptulla meets RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat
Bhubaneswar: Union Minority Affairs Minister Najma Heptulla on Saturday met RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat here and discussed development issues."I discussed development issues," Heptulla told reporters on the sidelines of a function here on reply to a question whether she discussed  more
BJP govt will work for the masses in Delhi: Satish Upadhyay
BJP govt will work for the masses in Delhi: Satish Upadhyay
New Delhi: Promising to provide a government in the national capital like that of Narendra Modi-led Central government, Delhi BJP chief Satish Upadhyay today said that after wining Assembly elections, they will work for the welfare of people.“We assure that  more
Khaps threaten to launch agitation against Gowda
Khaps threaten to launch agitation against Gowda
Jind (Haryana): Khap Panchayats today threatened to launch an agitation against Union Law Minister D V Sadananda Gowda for his comments terming Khaps as “unconstitutional” and demanded his removal from the Cabinet.Speaking at a meeting at Jaat Dharamshala, Sarvajaat Khap  more
Clean Ganga: Govt to focus on re-use of effluents, model burning ghats
Clean Ganga: Govt to focus on re-use of effluents, model burning ghats
New Delhi: Emphasis on re-use of effluents by industries, creating model cremation ghats on river banks and special projects on stretches without sewage treatment plants (STP) are part of the major initiatives to be implemented for cleansing the polluted Ganga  more
CPI(M) demands Mamata be questioned
CPI(M) demands Mamata be questioned
Kolkata: The CPI(M) today demanded that TMC chief Mamata Banerjee be questioned in connection with the Saradha scam and termed her challenge to the CBI to arrest her as “unconstitutional.”“She has challenged the Supreme Court’s directive to the CBI to  more
Manjhi says its too late to reform himself
Manjhi says its too late to reform himself
Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi whose utterances on various issues have at times put the ruling JD (U) in embarrassing situation, today said he was too old to learn.“Boodha suga pos nahi manta hai (Old parrots never learn).  more
Congress will not reach even double digits in J&K polls: Jaitley
Congress will not reach even double digits in J&K polls: Jaitley
Jammu: Hitting out at Congress, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said Congress will not reach even a double-digit tally in Jammu and Kashmir assembly polls.  Jaitley, while addressing a meeting of BJP’s polling booth workers here, alleged that Congress  more
'PDP committed to bring Jammu on map of heritage tourism'
'PDP committed to bring Jammu on map of heritage tourism'
Jammu: Reaching out to the people of Jammu region, patron of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Mufti Mohammad Sayeed today said if voted to power his party will bring the area on the heritage tourism map.  He said that change was  more
Modi govt pushing bills that BJP opposed when in opposition: Congress
Modi govt pushing bills that BJP opposed when in opposition: Congress
New Delhi: Congress today took a dig at BJP for crediting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “able leadership” for pushing certain laws including the judicial reforms bill, saying the saffron outfit opposed the legislations when it was in opposition.Former Union minister  more
Ravishankar Prasad takes dig at oppostion, asks them to "stay calm"
Ravishankar Prasad takes dig at oppostion, asks them to "stay calm"
Hyderabad: Union minister Ravishankar Prasad today took a swipe at opposition parties, including Congress, apparently over the din in Parliament over various issues in recent days, asking them to “stay calm and relax” even as he dubbed their attitude as  more
'We always stated Saradha scam be probed by central agency'
'We always stated Saradha scam be probed by central agency'
Guwahati: CPI(M) Politburo member Sitaram Yechury today said his party had wanted right from the beginning that the Saradha scam be probed by a central agency not only in West Bengal but also in Assam and Odisha.“We also said that  more
EC reviews preparations for 4th phase of polls in JK
EC reviews preparations for 4th phase of polls in JK
Jammu: Election Commission today reviewed preparations for the fourth phase of polling in four districts of Jammu and Kashmir tomorrow.The four districts which are going to poll in this phase are Samba, Anantnag, Shopian and Srinagar.  Deputy Election Commissioner Vinod  more
Haryana govt committed to zero tolerance to corruption: CM
Haryana govt committed to zero tolerance to corruption: CM
Palwal: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar today said the state government was committed to its policy of “zero tolerance” towards corruption.“Since there would be no corruption at the top level, there should not be any corruption at the lower  more
I am a victim of political conspiracy: Mitra
I am a victim of political conspiracy: Mitra
Kolkata: West Bengal Minister Madan Mitra, arrested on Friday by CBI in connection with the Saradha scam, today claimed he was victim of political conspiracy.“I am a victim of political conspiracy. Mamata Banerjee has already spoken on this,” Mitra told  more
Decision on creating Vidarbha at the right time: Fadnavis
Decision on creating Vidarbha at the right time: Fadnavis
New Delhi: Without committing to a definite time-frame, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today said a decision on separate Vidarbha will be taken at the “right time”.Fadnavis, a strong votary of carving out a separate state of Vidarbha, said BJP  more
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