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Videocon loan matter: Sebi notice to ICICI Bank, its CEO Chanda Kochhar 26.5.2018 Front Page – The Indian Express
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Four years of Modi government — External Affairs: Amid global outreach, vicinity a worry 26.5.2018 India – The Indian Express
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In Telangana, govt plans Rs 5 lakh life cover for farmers 26.5.2018 India – The Indian Express
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Modi govt@4: NaMo’s foreign diplomacy - One bold stride at a time 26.5.2018 DNA: India
In his four years as Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s conduct of external affairs was marked by drive and energy. He is the most peripatetic Prime Minister India has ever had.  As of May 2018, with Sochi in Russia, Modi has visited at least 54 countries on 36 foreign trips across six continents. Besides state visits to the P-5 of the United States, China, Russia, the UK and France, Modi has attended a UN General Assembly session and taken active part in a number of multilateral forums. The latter includes summits of SAARC, BRICS, East Asia, G-20, Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), ASEAN-India, CHOGM, India-European Union, World Economic Forum in Davos and the Nuclear Security Summit, apart from the UN Conference on Climate Change in Paris and the founding session of the International Solar Alliance, which was hosted in New Delhi in March.  By any reckoning, that is a lot of travel in 48 months, even if the Prime Minister is his own Foreign Minister, as Modi is. However, he has a competent External ...
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Modi govt@4: Citizens of Capital have many grouses 26.5.2018 DNA: India
People point out where the govt has scope to improve Shakya Shamik, student, Ambedkar University The outright disrespect of democratic institutions is not new in India but I feel this trend has intensified since the Modi government came to power in 2014. The free-flowing divisive efforts of extra-political forces such as the RSS evidently show how the ruling dispensation is inherently guided by the communal design of the Sangh Parivar. Dharmender Saroj, physically disabled street vendor, Kanhaiya Nagar There are both positives and negatives about this government. Being a handicapped person, I am happy that the government increased our monthly allowance from Rs 1,000 to Rs 2,500. But rather than merely giving allowances, the government should have focused more on employment generation in the last four years. I don’t think they can do any better now.” Hrishita Rajbangshi, student, Jawaharlal Nehru University   The journey of the NDA government began with huge pomp and show four years ago. But it has ...
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NCR may face blackout as power plants short of coal 26.5.2018 India News | Get Live Updates Of UP Polls, 2017 And Other Breaking News And Analysis On Politics And Current Affairs From India
Some have coal stock availability for only one or two days: Minister.
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Indo-Bangla relations have entered golden phase, says PM Modi 26.5.2018 India – The Indian Express
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Day before Modi visit, Naveen targets BJP, slams party’s ‘crocodile tears’ on Mahanadi 26.5.2018 India – The Indian Express
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Delhi minister Satyendar Jain awaits Goyal answer on power crisis 26.5.2018 Delhi – The Indian Express
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Bone test on EWS student: Delhi education dept says her parents could be lying 26.5.2018 Delhi – The Indian Express
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47,000 free surgeries, tests availed in Delhi since last year, says Satyendar Jain 26.5.2018 Delhi – The Indian Express
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HD Kumaraswamy sails through trust vote as BSY leads BJP walkout 26.5.2018 The Asian Age | Home
Yeddyurappa said that his fight would not be against the Congress, but the corrupt, power hungry father-son combination.
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Power cuts pester Zirakpur residents 26.5.2018 The Tribune
Satinderpal Singh Zirakpur, May 24 With the mercury hovering above 40 degree Celsius, power outages, stretching from seven to eight hours daily, have added to woes of Zirakpur residents, exposing claims of providing adequate electricity supply by the state government. Sunny Enclave, Maya Garden, Phase III, Garden Villa and parts of Baltana are the worst hit. According to residents of Sunny Enclave, the power supply was disrupted on Wednesday around 10.30 am and was restored only in the evening. Similarly, at Maya Garden and Garden Villa in Zirakpur, the power supply was cut off in the morning on Thursday. It was restored only around noon. Residents alleged that unscheduled power cuts had become a routine, with some areas facing outages for more than six hours a day. The same situation continues in the night as well. Apart from the erratic electricity supply, dry taps too are adding to their troubles. Those living in apartments said if the situation continued for long, the cost of living might go up. ...
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High-speed Internet labs to be set up in 14 villages 26.5.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Nabha, May 25 Stage is set for high-speed Internet labs to be set up in 14 villages of the Nabha sub-division where students would learn through team work and self-choice using computers and high-speed Internet. The villages have been selected on the basis of having more than 50 per cent SC population or having a large chunk of shamlat land. The villages include Ajnauda Khurd, Galwatti, Kakrala, Sandnauli, Sukhewal, Tarkhedi Khurd, Udha, Bheelowal, Faridpur, Gadhayia, Ramgarh, Thuhi, Sadhoheri and Pedhan. The labs are likely to be opened after the summer vacation, enabling the student for self- learning. The district administration has already instructed the village panchayats to be ready with the rooms for the lab by the end of May so that the rest of the work could be completed by June end. According to information, the project is the brainchild of Sugata Mitra, professor of educational technology at New Castle University, England. After observing its positive results in various ...
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Teachers’ body demands closure of schools 26.5.2018 The Tribune

Chandigarh: The United Front of Government Teachers demanded closure of schools from May 26 onwards due to scorching heat. Due to temperature touching around 45°C in Chandigarh, school students were unable to bear it, said the union. “There is insufficient water, both for drinking and washrooms. There are power cuts in many sectors in routine. Moreover, while returning home at 2 pm, many students faint on roads and in buses, and also during school hours,” added the union. — TNS

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Senator writes to VC against extension to Chief Medical Officer 26.5.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Chandigarh, May 25 Senator Dr Rabinder Nath Sharma has written to PU VC Arun Kumar Grover against granting extension to Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of the PU health centre Dr Devinder Dhawan. The Syndicate had approved for his extension on April 29 while the matter is listed again before the Senate on May 27. Dr Sharma said Dr Pragya Kumar, predecessor of Dr Dhawan, was denied the extension along with administrative powers by the Syndicate and the Senate in spite of the recommendation of the VC. He said in regulation 17.4 PU Calendar Volume-1, it had been mentioned, “A whole-time Medical Officer of the university shall retire on reaching the age of 60 years provided that extension may be granted for a period up to two years in special cases, on the VC’s recommendation.” He said on the basis of this regulation, only medical officers are entitled for this extension. "Moreover, if the CMO wants to get extension, he may serve the health centre without administrative powers as the ...
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Power cuts give Porvorim residents sleepless nights 26.5.2018 Goa News – The Navhind Times
PORVORIM: Porvorim residents are agitated these days over frequent power outages for last one week. It is not only during daytime that the residents are facing power cuts, at night too they have been putting up with a similar plight with power disruptions occurring frequently. What is adding to the woes of the people is ...
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Rs 140-billion PNB-Nirav Modi fraud case: How money changed hands 26.5.2018 Latest News
The charge sheet was filed against Modi and 23 others associated with him
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Rs 1,700 crore to be spent on upgrading power infrastructure 26.5.2018 The Navhind Times
PANAJI: Power Minister Pandurang Madkaikar on Friday said the electricity department has prepared estimates of about Rs 1,700 crore for the upgrading the existing infrastructure to ensure quality power supply. He also informed that the Centre has agreed to provide the 50 per cent funds in the form of grants and remaining 50 per cent ...
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Cong protests fuel price hike 26.5.2018 The Tribune
Tribune News Service Bathinda, May 25  Members of the District Congress Committee on Friday staged a protest against the Central Government for putting additional burden on the public by increasing fuel prices.  The protesters burnt an effigy of the Prime Minister and accused the Centre of drafting anti-people policies. The protest, held near Parasram Chowk, was headed by Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee general secretary Ashok Kumar and secretary Arun Wadhawan.  Addressing the protesters, the leaders said although the Bharatiya Janata Party managed to come to power by befooling the voters with the promise of ‘achhe din’, the party has been doing contrary to what it promised.  The protesters said a majority of the promises made by the BJP before coming to power were unfulfilled and the party was answerable to the public for not doing what it promised.  They added that fuel prices had been continuously rising and if the same trend continued, the public would have to stop using private modes of conveyance ...
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