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Tamil Nadu govt oppose Higher Education Commission bill 14.7.2018 DNA: Popular News
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi strongly opposing the draft Bill on Higher Education Commission of India (Repeal of University Grants Commission Act) Act 2018 and wanted the present arrangement with the University Grants Commission at the helm to be continued. In a letter to PM Modi, Palaniswami said that the existing institutional arrangement of the UGC with both regulatory and financial powers is functioning well while adding that the Tamil Nadu government was of the view that there was no need to disband the UGC and replace it with the Higher Education Commission of India with only regulatory powers. "The present system, where University Grants Commission is entrusted with the responsibilities of maintaining, monitoring and improving the standards of teaching and research in Higher Educational Institutions and also with the power of sanctioning funds under various schemes has been in vogue since 1956 without any complaints," the chief ...
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LIVE! Rakesh Sinha, Sonal Mansingh among 4 nominated to RS 14.7.2018 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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Anderson faces another epic battle... to get fit for final 14.7.2018 Rediff: Sports
"He's got a tough task ahead of him," summed up John Isner
Pakistan's Mastung blast: ISIS claims responsibility; death toll reaches 70 13.7.2018 Zee News : World
Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the suicide bombing at an election rally in southwestern Pakistan, the group's AMAQ news agency said on Friday. 
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India shrugs off US pressure on CAATSA, to go ahead with S-400 missile deal with Russia 13.7.2018 Zee News : India National
Sitharaman said that this is law of the United States, not United Nation's.
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Smile on beneficiaries face as they get help from Chief Minister 9.7.2018 Central Chronicle
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan today distributed the certificates of claims amount of Prime Minister Crop Insurance Scheme Kharif -2017 and Vikas Parv of cities in a programme in Bamora Maidan of Sagar. Happiness on beneficiaries’ face was visible during this. Expressing happiness, a farmer of Devri Tehsil of Samanpurseth of Sagar district, […]
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<I>Sanju</I>: The Master Manipulator returns 5.7.2018 Rediff: Movies
'In Sanju, Rajkumar Hirani has essentially found a Rajkumar Hirani story buried inside Sanjay Dutt's life.'
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CA not to mitigate ball-tampering punishment 4.7.2018 Sify Finance
[Australia], July 4 (ANI): Australian cricket governing body, Cricket Australia (CA), has made it clear that they are not considering to soften their stand on the one-year ban imposed on former
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Democracy not working at grassroot level: SC's scathing remarks over uncontested seats in WB Panchayat poll 3.7.2018 DNA: India
The Supreme Court today expressed shock at the fact that "thousands and thousands" of seats in the recent West Bengal panchayat polls had remained uncontested, observing that these figures showed that grass root-level democracy was not working. It directed the state election commission to provide exact statistics about such contested posts by tomorrow. Out of a total 58,692 posts for gram panchayat village, zilla parishad and panchayat samiti, 20,159 of them had remained uncontested in the violence-marred local polls in the state held in May this year. "We cannot remain oblivious of this fact that such a huge number of seats were uncontested in panchayat elections in the state... What is puzzling us is that of 48,000 gram panchayat seats, more than 16,000 go uncontested," a bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra said. "What is bothering us is that out of total 48,650 panchayat seats, 16,000 posts remained uncontested," the bench, also comprising Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud, again said, ...
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Now, body of 'BJP worker' found floating in pond in WB 3.7.2018 Rediff: News
While, the BJP accused the ruling TMC of orchestrating his killing, the charge was rubbished by the party.
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Modi govt 'aiding and abetting' country-wide lynchings: Congress 3.7.2018 Rediff: News
'Just last month alone, 28 Indians have been killed in lynchings'
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CPI-M blames RSS, BJP for Tripura violence 1.7.2018 Sify Finance
The CPI-M on Sunday denounced the murderous attacks it alleged had been unleashed by the RSS and BJP in Tripura in the name of "child lifters".
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7-yr-old rape victim critical, accused sent on police remand 29.6.2018 Central Chronicle
Indore, MP, The condition of a seven-year-old girl rape victim – who was admitted in the Maharaja Yashwantrao Hospital here – continues to be critical, hospital sources said. The girl, who was raped in Mandsaur three days ago, has deep wounds on her face and body. A surgery was performed on her on Wednesday night. Meanwhile, […]
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Kalol victim cremated, Gujarat Deputy CM Nitin Patel vows action against accused 28.6.2018 DNA: Wide Angle
Kalol victim Ashok Patel was cremated on Wednesday evening amid tight police security after his family members accepted his body earlier in the day. They agreed to accept the victim's body after the local police assured them of sufficient action against the accused. Deputy CM Nitin Patel also attended the cremation ceremony. Patel was killed brutally at Chhatral village near Kalol on Sunday night during a communal clash between members of the Patel and Muslim community. Around 10,000 people from Kalol town and Chhatral village took part in the funeral procession, shouting slogans -- "Jay Shree Ram" -- all the way. The funeral procession was taken out under tight police security to avoid further communal violence. The deputy CM, talking to media persons at Chhatral village, said, "The state government will not spare any accused persons and all the anti social elements in Chhatral village and nearby areas will face stern action. This was a very sad incident in which Ashok Patel lost his life. The police ...
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Gujarat: Communal tension in Kalol continues following stone pelting 27.6.2018 DNA: India
Communal tension in Kalol town of Gandhinagar district remained intense on Tuesday. Stone pelting at Tower Chawk area was reported in the town in the morning. The Patel community closed all business for the day and almost all establishments remained locked on a second consecutive day. Communal tension has been prevailing after the killing of a Patel youth allegedly by Muslim community members. Several commercial establishments in minority areas were functioning on Tuesday morning, which Patel community members tried to close forcefully that resulted in clash and stone pelting from both the sides. The police deployed two companies of state reserved police (SRP) and police teams of special operation group, local crime branch, Kalol town police station, Kalol rural police station and Mansa police station have been deputed. A media person was injured in the stone pelting incident. District collector SK Langa said, "Situation is tense but under control. We have been trying to normalise the tension. We will ...
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At the crossroads 26.6.2018 Hindu: Opinion
Two images frame our choice today, police standing by indifferently or rescuing the victim and thereby the mob
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Activist resigns as NHRC special monitor 26.6.2018 Hindu: Delhi
Harsh Mander says body remained ‘silent’ on encounter killings of minorities
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86 people killed in central Nigeria violence: police 25.6.2018 DNA: Opinion
Eighty-six people have been killed in an attack by suspected nomadic herders against farming communities in restive central Nigeria, police said today. The discovery in the Barikin Ladi area of Plateau state came after days of violence apparently sparked by an attack by ethnic Berom farmers on Fulani herders on Thursday. State police commissioner Undie Adie said a search of Berom villages in the area following clashes yesterday found "86 persons altogether were killed". Adie told reporters six people were also injured and 50 houses razed. Bodies of those who died have been released to their families, he added. The deaths are the latest in a long-running battle for land and resources that is putting President Muhammadu Buhari under pressure as elections approach next year. The violence -- fuelled by ethnic, religious and political allegiances -- has killed thousands over several decades. Analysts believe it could become Nigeria's biggest security concern, eclipsing Boko Haram's Islamist insurgency that ...
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Zoo modernisation still a far cry 25.6.2018 Hindu: Home
Coimbatore Corporation’s proposal submitted to State Govt. yet to get administrative sanction
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U.S. lakes see rise in algal blooms 23.6.2018 Hindu: Fitness
The words blasted to cellphones around Oregon’s capital city were ominous- “Civil emergency . prepare for action.” Within half an hour, a second offi
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