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How states can get around 2013 land acquisition law


In an address to the nation on the mann ki baat programme on All India Radio on August 30, 2015, the prime minister Narendra Modi, announced that the government would not re-promulgate the land acquisition ordinance. 1,205 more words

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Arun Jaitley leaves for Turkey to attend G-20 meet

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday left for Turkey to participate in the two-day conference of G-20 finance ministers and central bank governors, an official statement said here. 7 more words

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A Convocation to Remember

Reported by Padma Venkataraman. Written by Sweta Venkatesan.

The morning of 30th August, 2015 was a memorable one for the NLU Delhi family- it marked the annual convocation of the third batch of this University. 1,168 more words

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రాష్ట్రానికి రూ.2,25,486 కోట్లు ఇవ్వండి: బాబు డిమాండ్

రాష్ట్రానికి రూ.2,25,486 కోట్లు ఇవ్వండి: బాబు డిమాండ్

ప్రధాని నరేంద్ర మోడీతో మొన్న సమావేశమయిన ఆంద్రప్రదేశ్ ముఖ్యమంత్రి చంద్రబాబు నాయుడు రాష్ట్రంలో వివిధ కార్యక్రమాలు……………Read More…………

Indradhanush Framework: A Missed Opportunity For The Modi Government


Earlier this month, the ministry of finance recently came up with the seven step Indradhanush framework to transform the shape of the government owned public sector banks (PSBs). 1,146 more words

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Write & Wrong

News Channels APB News, Aaj Tak and NDTV submitted their response to MIB’s showcause notice for the coverage of Yakub Memon’s hanging. Explaining the context of their “objectionable” remarks, the channels pointed out that they should not be seen in isolation but as a larger narrative. 150 more words

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Indian Markets Remain Volatile as Prime Minister Modi Vows Confidence in Economy

India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi remains confident that the country’s economy will remain stable despite a global financial decline triggered by China that caused the South Asian nation’s stock market to crash on Monday, Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said. 344 more words