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Shani Shingnapur row: Woman activist welcomes Bombay HC's notice to govt seeking reply by Feb 16

Shani Shingnapur row: Woman activist welcomes Bombay HC's notice to govt seeking reply by Feb 16

Activist Trupti Desai on Saturday welcomed Bombay High Court's move to issue notice to the Union Government, the Maharashtra Government and the Ahmednagar District administration over the Shani Shingnapur matter.

Over 58L Muslim students awarded scholarship in 2014-15: Govt

Over 58 lakh Muslim students were awarded scholarship under a central government scheme in 2014-15, Lok Sabha was informed on Wednesday.

'Need better coordination between Centre, states to curb air pollution'

Global experts on Wednesday called for better coordination between the central and state governments in India to collectively tackle the problem of air pollution.

High rates of pulses: Congress protests against Central and Delhi government

Congress staged a protest against Central as well as Delhi government over the high rates of pulses. The protestors also burnt the dummies of PM Modi and CM Arvind Kejriwal.

Do away with job interview for junior posts: Centre to CMs

 Chief Ministers of all states have been asked to do away with the practice of interviews for identified junior-level posts to curb corruption and substantially ease the problems of the poor and resourceless aspirants.

Delhi is facing governance issues due to constant fight between Centre, AAP govt: SC

Delhi is facing governance issues due to constant fight between Centre, AAP govt: SC

The Supreme Court said on Monday that it was aware of the governance problems being faced the people of Delhi because of the ongoing tussle between the Centre and the Aam Aadmi Party govenment.

FSSAI extends deadline for licences till Feb 4 next year

Food safety regulator FSSAI on Thursday extended the deadline for food companies to get licence to run their businesses by another six months to February 4, 2016.

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UP journalist murder case: SC issues notice to Centre, state govt

The Supreme Court on Monday sought responses from the Central and Uttar Pradesh governments on a plea seeking a CBI probe into the case of killing of journalist Jagendra Singh, in which a Minister and five others have been booked.

Bengal should follow Central govt directives on Maggi: Governor KN Tripathi

The West Bengal government should follow the Centre's directives on banning Maggi noodles, Governor K N Tripathi said here Saturday.

Centre to probe Rs 900 cr alleged corruption in Arunachal

An inquiry has been ordered to look into the allegations of corruption and siphoning off of development-related funds by the Arunachal Pradesh government, Union Minister Jitendra Singh said here on Monday.

PM Modi to launch insurance, pension schemes in Kolkata on May 9

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the flagship social security schemes, including Rs 2 lakh accident cover at a premium of just Re 1 per month, in Kolkata on May 9.

Central govt team to take stock of losses to farmers in UP

A team of Central government officials will tour Uttar Pradesh from on Wednesday to take stock of losses to farmers due to rain and hailstorm.

Won't let inflation to rise due to unseasonal rains: Radha Mohan Singh

Minister of Agriculture Radha Mohan Singh while talking to Zee News said that he won't let the unseasonal rains let inflation to rise. He also said that all possible help will be provided to the states suffering from the menace of untimely rains.

VIPs to face water cut in event of crisis: Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has directed Delhi Jal Board to cut water for even VIPs in case of water shortage in the future.

Centre also has role in containing insurgency: Assam Govt

The Assam Government on Tuesday hit out at the Centre saying it too has the responsibility of containing insurgency in the state as central security agencies were under its control.

Centre rejects Madras HC's suggestion on potency test

The Centre on Tuesday rejected the suggestion of the Madras High Court that potential grooms and brides be made to undergo clinical tests for sexual potency before they agree to marry.

Tamil Nadu fishermen have no fishing rights in Katchatheevu: Centre

Islet of Katchatheevu is a sovereign property of Sri Lanka and the 1974 and 1976 agreements between India and Sri Lanka do not confer any fishing rights on fishermen from India, the Centre said.

Encephalitis a challenge for state, Central govt: Harsh Vardhan during Bihar visit

Union Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan, while taking a stock of the rising number of deaths in Muzzafarpur and surrounding areas due to encephalitis, said that he is coordinating with state authorities and health officials to deal with the disease.