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Realtors eyeing Vijayanagar’s dying lake, say residents 18.2.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Realtors eyeing Vijayanagar’s dying lake, say residents
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Rattled by Metro, 95-year-old files 800 RTIs 18.2.2017 DNA: Popular News
The Delhi Metro might be a blessing for lakhs but it has been nerve-wracking – literally -- for 95-year-old LR Goela who can feel tremors each time a train passes above his home in south Delhi’s Kailash Colony and has filed as many as 800 RTIs hoping for some intervention. Determined to win his long battle for the right to live in peace and quiet, the retired government official said he has approached various ministries but to no avail. “I have filed around 800 RTIs in different ministries and departments, including DMRC (Delhi Metro Rail Corporation), the Urban Development Ministry, the Central Pollution Control Board and the Delhi Pollution Control Committee. But there has been no action yet,” an undeterred Goela told DNA. Life was chugging along quite fine till the metro station was built over his home in 2010. “We were living peacefully here until the Kailash Colony metro station was constructed. Now we feel tremors every three minutes when a metro train passes by,” he said. Since then, Goela, with ...
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Do not misuse powers of arrest, DGP cautions cops 18.2.2017 TOI: Goa
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Disclose Godse's statement in Gandhi assassination trial: CIC 17.2.2017 TOI: India
The statement of Nathuram Godse, along with other relevant records related to the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi, should be "proactively disclosed" on the website of the National Archives, the CIC has ruled.
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Disclose Godse's statement in Gandhi assassination trial: CIC 17.2.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
Godse, a right-wing activist, had assassinated the Mahatma on January 30, 1948
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Irada: Conscientious but not compelling 17.2.2017 Hindu: Home
A significant ecological issue fails to build a strong narrative despite a great cast
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Rs 2,000 notes printing with Patel's sign began when Rajan was Guv: Report 17.2.2017 News
'First stage of printing process' started on Aug 22, the first working day after Patel was named as new Guv
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With 100m ESZ, Gir lions have lesser protection than tigers 17.2.2017 Rajkot - City - The Times of India
In an election, every vote counts. And, the BJP government does not want to displease anyone living near Asiatic lion's last abode the Gir Wildlife Sanctuary , even if a decision results in dangerously less protection to this endangered animal.
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CID to probe assault case against Dinu Bogha 17.2.2017 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
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Do other State govts. upload Cabinet decisions: Pinarayi 17.2.2017 Hindu: Home
Says silence should not be considered a sign of weakness
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LDF following the stance of Chandy govt., says Kanam 17.2.2017 Hindu: Home
Accuses CM of taking a stance on RTI without consultations
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CBI probe into Mirambika land row 17.2.2017 Hindu: Home
Delhi govt. order also seeks investigation into role of DoE officials
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Cleansing politics 17.2.2017 Hindu: Home
The article, “The devil is in the fine print” (Feb.16), raises the core issue — how do we hold political parties accountable to the promises they make in their manifesto on eliminating corruption? ...
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Judge comes looking for lost tanks 17.2.2017 Hindu: Home
HC directed retired District Judge to probe “disappearance” of tanks in Kumbakonam
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Chennithala seeks detailsof greenfield airport 16.2.2017 Hindu: News
Leader of the Opposition Ramesh Chennithala has asked the LDF government to come out in the open about the details of the proposed greenfield airport which has been given nod by the Cabinet.Participat...
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Was INA an army of freedom fighters or deserters? 16.2.2017 Latest News
Case came up after RTI applicant Prodyot Kumar Mitra could not get details of the INA soldiers
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CBI gets Mirambika case after new plaint 15.2.2017 TOI: Delhi Times
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Progress is meaningless if 18,000 kids die of malnutrition: HC 15.2.2017 Hindu: Home
Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Wednesday said it’s a sad state of affairs that 443 million people in the country are children, 50% of whom are below poverty line, and 18,000 children die every year ...
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Fearing law and order situation, Mumbai Police avoids taking action against unauthorised loudspeakers in mosques 15.2.2017 DNA: India
In response to an RTI application seeking details of what action was taken on unauthorised loudspeakers in mosques after the October 2014 Bombay High court order, the Mumbai Police has said it was unable to take action as it could lead to law and order problems. The Right To Information (RTI) application was filed by a Kurla resident Sagar Deore on December 30, 2016. The applicant had also asked the police to provide a date when the illegal loudspeakers would be removed. However, the Mumbai Police have replied stating, "As it can create a law and order question, no action has been taken." The applicant said: "We have filed RTIs in several areas of Mumbai regarding this issue, but this is the first reply we have got for the Kurla area. The only other verbal reply we received said that no action has been taken." In 2014, the high court had ordered the police in Mumbai and Navi Mumbai to remove all unauthorized loudspeakers on top of religious ...
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Bhagat Singh officially declared martyr in 2012 15.2.2017 TOI: Chandigarh Times
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