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- Sensex down 75 pts despite positive economic data 13 Oct 2015 | PTI
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- 44 labour laws to be amalgamated into four labour codes: Minister 13 Oct 2015 | IANS
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- Sensex up 225 pts in opening trade, Infosys surges 4.37% 12 Oct 2015 | PTI
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11 Oct 2015 | Ananya Borgohain
Pakistan’s former Foreign Minister, Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri, discusses with ANANYA BORGOHAIN the doomed existence that the sordidness between India and Pakistan has created and suggests how the crisis can be mitigated A discourse on the complex relationship between India and Pakistan is beyond the ambit of one book. However, it makes for an engaging and enlightening political rhetoric when an insider furnishes a very relevant purview of the situation...
13 Oct 2015 | PNS | Lucknow
With an eye on the 2017 assembly elections the Akhilesh Yadav Government is all set to revise the below poverty line (BPL) data of Uttar Pradesh so that the Government’s scheme meant for the poor families could reach the targeted audience. “Though the BPL list is finalized by the central government, we are planning to make our list to know exactly how many people are living below the poverty line...
I strongly condemn the incident (blackening of Sudheendra Kulkarni's face). This is a matter of concern for the nation.
First the Ghulam Ali concert and now Kasuri's book launch… We don't want a desi Taliban in India.
There are ways to protest in a democratic society that we have. But using physical intimidation is absolutely wrong.