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Sonia, Rahul Gandhi hit Jharkhand poll campaign trail 20.11.2009 India eNews: Politics
The Congress is campaigning hard in Jharkhand for the coming assembly polls, with party chief Sonia Gandhi addressing two rallies in the state Friday and party general secretary Rahul Gandhi set to address four meetings Saturday.
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Sonia, Rahul Gandhi hit Jharkhand poll campaign trail 20.11.2009 New Kerala: India News
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Sonia, Rahul Gandhi hit Jharkhand poll campaign trail 20.11.2009 Sify News
The Congress is campaigning hard in Jharkhand for the coming assembly polls, with party chief Sonia Gandhi addressing two rallies in the state Friday and party general secretary Rahul Gandhi set to address four meetings Saturday.
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NREGA: DM stops salaries for lack of progress 20.11.2009 Rediff: Business
This step has been taken by the DM after all his efforts to spur the staff failed and the district continued to be placed among the least performing districts of the state in implementation of the scheme, the ADM added.
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Assam's landless fight for their rights 20.11.2009 NDTV National
Assam's landless fight for their rights
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Shettar to give priority to rural roads, drinking water 20.11.2009 Hindu: Karnataka
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Letters: Food for all 20.11.2009 Business Standard: Opinion & Analysis
India is a nation that suffers from a chronic problem of execution of policies. We have a public distribution system (PDS) that doesnt connect with the bottom millions; an Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) programme that is too weak and a National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS) that is fraught with operational difficulties. It is with this background that Parliament is going to vote on the proposed Right to Food Act, vital for the 456 million people who live on less than $1.25(Rs 60) a day. The government deserves a pat on the back for having perceived food as a right.
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Farmers say unfair pricing 19.11.2009 Hindustan Times: India
“Labourers working under the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, who earn Rs. 100 a day, make more money than landowners like me,” said Chaudhary Krishipal Singh, reports Jatin Anand.
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Rethinking relaunches 19.11.2009 Mint: Latest
Assertive media messages that seek to relaunch a backward area as a newly arrived miracle require a serious rethink
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Rethinking relaunches 19.11.2009 Mint: Latest
Assertive media messages that seek to relaunch a backward area as a newly arrived miracle require a serious rethink
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NREGA under watch 19.11.2009 Central Chronicle
NREGA under watch
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Govt has failed to check rise of dengue cases: Jamuna Devi 19.11.2009 Central Chronicle
Govt has failed to check rise of dengue cases: Jamuna Devi
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Rahi suspended in NREGS scam 19.11.2009 Central Chronicle
Rahi suspended in NREGS scam
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Government targeting promotee IAS officers 19.11.2009 Central Chronicle
Government targeting promotee IAS officers
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Wages of NREGS workers not clear in IE 19.11.2009 Manipur: E-Pao
Wages of NREGS workers not clear in IE
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NREGP invite fails to enthuse activists 19.11.2009 Business Standard: Economy & Policy
The appointment of ombudsmen in each state for the National Rural Employment Guarantee Programme (NREGP), which had already faced criticism for the weak profile of the post, is set to get more controversial.
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NRIs will get UIDs too, says Nilekani 19.11.2009 Asian Age: India
Rashme Sehgal New Delhi Nov. 18: Chairman of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), Mr Nandan Nilekani, said the scheme will be extended to include Non-Resident Indians (NRIs). Speaking to journalists at the Indian Women Press Corps, Mr Nilekani explained that under the dual citizenship, NRIs who own a place of residence in India will get this 16-digit number that will be unique to them. The scheme, the largest of its kind in the world and which is expected to provide biometric details of fingerprints and photograph of 1.2 billion Indians, will be used to confer benefits to the poor availing the NREGA and other programmes of social uplift. Mr Nilekani said. The main challenge facing the UIDAI team is how to work out the verification standards for such a large population. "Eighty per cent of the problem lies in verification of identity. The verification committee, headed by former central vigilance commissioner N. Vittal, is working to provide this fundamental ...
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Rosaiah takes stock of various ongoing works in Chittoor 19.11.2009 Hindu: Front Page
TIRUPATI: With the much-touted visit of the AICC general secretary Rahul Gandhi to Tirupati getting cancelled at the last minute due to bad weather, Chief Minister K. Rosaiah, who flew in here shortly ahead of Rahul’s arrival to receive ...
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Telugu Desam MLA’s word of caution to Adilabad Collector 19.11.2009 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
ADILABAD: Telugu Desam legislator Jogu Ramanna on Wednesday warned that a complaint would be lodged with the State Chief Secretary against Adilabad Collector Ahmad Nadeem in case the latter continued to ignore complaints of irregularities made ...
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Girl allegedly gangraped 19.11.2009 Hindu: Other States
Jaipur: A 16-year-old girl was allegedly gangraped by three men who kept her in captivity for five days in Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan, police said on Wednesday. The victim was alone at home on November 10 last when one Onkar Dhanka ...
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