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Nuclear bunker for retail 'continuity' 24.5.2015 Telegraph: Nation
Finance minister Arun Jaitley today stressed "continuity" in the context of supporting the UPA policy of allowing FDI in multi-brand retail, likened the issue to the Indo-US nuclear agreement that the BJP had once opposed, and said "governance brings responsibility".
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Comfort cue on capital course 24.5.2015 Telegraph: Business
Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan has said the country has built layers of defence against volatile capital flows in financial markets by building up its foreign exchange reserves, improving its economy and focusing on growth.
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Berlin beckons young choir 24.5.2015 Telegraph: Calcutta
From The Lion Sleeps Tonight to Khoro bayu boy bege, 13 boys and girls sang with practised ease as pianist-flautist Sharmisthaa Barrow conducted the choir with flourish.
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Politicos and fashionistas at an art show Voices Of The Subcontinent in Gurgaon 24.5.2015 TOI: Cities
Many from the fashion fraternity and regulars from the city’s social circuit attended the launch of an art show, Voices Of The Subcontinent, in the capital ...
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Govt plans massive anniversary campaign on achievements 23.5.2015 TOI: India
Modi will address a rally on Monday at village Nagla Chandrabhan which is Upadhyay's birth place. Kumar said there will nearly 200 press conferences to take the initiatives of the Modi-led government to the ...
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MSF on school vans 23.5.2015 Manipur: E-Pao
MSF on school vans
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CPI hails Kerala HC ruling on holding of Maoist views 23.5.2015 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
The CPI on Saturday welcomed the Kerala high court ruling that being a Maoist is not a crime and police cannot detain a person for merely saying he or she is one unless their activities are found to be ...
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Rahul Gandhi meets ex-servicemen, promises to put pressure on NDA for One Rank One Pension 23.5.2015 DNA: Money
Attacking the government over non-implementation of 'one-rank-one-pension' scheme, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said he will "pressurise" the Centre to act on the issue at the earliest. After meeting a delegation from the ex-servicemen cell of the party, Gandhi said the UPA government had made provisions for the scheme and had even allocated money but the Narendra Modi government failed to implement the scheme. "One year has passed of the NDA government, of the Modi government and it has not proceeded ahead with the issue. They (ex servicemen) had knocked the doors of the government, but nothing materialised. Army, Navy, Air Force take care of the nation, secure our borders, their demands should be met. "We had alloted money and also taken a decision. One year has passed and this should happen at the earliest. We will pressurise the government and ask them to take a decision at the earliest," Gandhi told reporters after the meeting with the delegation at the AICC headquarters here. ...
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Maharashtra CM's wife involved in minor road accident 23.5.2015 TOI: Cities
Maharashtra CM's wife involved in minor road accident
Inflation under control but global economy, agricultural situation remain a challenge: FM Jaitley 23.5.2015 ET: Indicators
FM Jaitley said inflation has been brought under control in the past one year but global economy and agrarian situation pose challenge to the Indian economy.
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DESAM not happy with contractors 23.5.2015 Manipur: E-Pao
DESAM not happy with contractors
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Secret teacher: I am all for inclusion in principle, but it doesn't always work 23.5.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
Keeping children with special educational needs in mainstream schooling can deprive them of expert care – and their classmates of a decent education More from the Secret Teacher “Either he goes, or I’m taking my daughter out of the school.” This is what a parent told me in confidence last summer. They were referring to a boy with Down’s syndrome, and associated behavioural difficulties, who had been in their daughter’s class for the six years of primary school. The boy was demonstrating behaviours that would see another child excluded. This included hitting, kicking, biting (students and staff), damaging property, swearing and disrupting lessons to the point that the classroom had to be evacuated several times a week – and their daughter was struggling to cope with the ...
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A British authors 6 lessons to deal with Islamistsecularist struggle 23.5.2015 Hindustan Times: Lifestyle
John Owen calls for an understanding of Islams struggle with secularism and provides insights into the relationship between state religion and ...
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Blood and tears fuel PU protest 23.5.2015 TOI: Bangalore Times
At the end of the protest by students and parents over irregularities in the II PU results, there was blood on the premises of the Department of PreUniversity Education (DPUE) on Friday ...
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Lalu thwarts Janata merger 23.5.2015 Telegraph: Front Page
Nitish Kumar's efforts for a Janata family merger was thwarted today by Lalu Prasad and Mulayam Singh Yadav with the unity proposal replaced with an "unacceptable" anti-BJP "morcha" (front) to include Jitan Ram Manjhi.
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How to tackle Rahul? BJP perplexed 23.5.2015 TOI: India
Contrast this bit of statistic with senior minister Nitin Gadkari’s trending snub “nobody takes Rahul Gandhi seriously”, and the logical counter is “who takes Rahul ...
Nitish Kumar skips meet, Janata fate in doubt - Times of India 23.5.2015 Google News India
Nitish Kumar skips meet, Janata fate in doubt Times of India NEW DELHI: Serious doubts continued to hang over Janata Parivar merger after Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar skipped the meeting called by Mulayam Singh Yadav because of an emergency eye surgery. It came even as an election survey ...
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India has built up layers of defences against volatile capital flows 22.5.2015 Sify Finance
CHENNAI, May 22 (Reuters) - Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan said on Friday India has built up layers of defences against volatile capital flows in financial markets by building up its
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Knowing Frida Kahlo NY explores life and work of the artist 22.5.2015 Hindustan Times: Lifestyle
The presentation Frida Kahlo Art Garden Life focuses of the artists interest in nature and includes a rare display of more than a dozen original paintings and ...
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Question mark on RJD-JD(U) merger as Nitish Kumar skips meet 22.5.2015 DNA: India
Putting a question mark on the 'Janata Parivar' merger, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today skipped a crucial meeting called to iron out the differences with RJD chief Lalu Prasad, who mooted the idea of roping in Jitan Ram Manjhi, a known Kumar detractor, in the anti-BJP alliance. Kumar, who was in Delhi, sent JD(U) president Sharad Yadav for talks with Lalu and Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav, who has been designated as the leader of the proposed entity after a formal merger of six 'Janata Parivar' outfits. Kumar's aides said he had undergone a minor eye surgery and advised rest. Lalu, who had yesterday suggested bringing in Manjhi in the 'grand alliance' to take take on BJP, today formally broached the idea at the meeting, sources close to the development, said. Sources said Prasad, instead of focusing on a merger between RJD and JD(U), talked about forming a 'grand alliance' against BJP that would include all non-NDA parties, including the Left, something that would not go down well ...
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