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Syria informs UN-Arab league envoy of commitment 3.4.2012 New Kerala: India News
7 killed in US shootout; Indo-American among injured 3.4.2012 Hindustan Times: Top Stories
7 killed in US shootout; Indo-American among injured
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Former BMC chief arrested over Adarsh housing scam 3.4.2012 Rediff: News
The Central Bureau of Investigation on Tuesday detained two people, including an IAS officer, for alleged irregularities in granting sanction to the multi-crore Adarsh Housing Society in Mumbai. The two -- former Maharashtra Principal Secretary, Urban Development, Ramanand Tiwari and IAS officer Jairaj Pathak -- were called on Tuesday morning to the CBI office in Mumbai and questioned extensively by the agency in connection with the scam.
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Adarsh housing scam: CBI detains two bureaucrats 3.4.2012 TOI: India
Adarsh housing scam: CBI detains two bureaucrats
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CBI questions former IAS officer in Adarsh scam 3.4.2012 Hindustan Times: India
CBI questions former IAS officer in Adarsh scam
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Adarsh housing scam: CBI detains two persons 3.4.2012 DNA: Mumbai
The CBI detained two persons including an IAS officer for alleged irregularities in granting sanction to multi-crore Adarsh housing society.
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CBI detains 2 babus in Adarsh housing scam 3.4.2012 IE: Regional News
Former Principal Secretary Ramanand Tiwari and IAS officer Jairaj Pathak were interrogated today.
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CBI detains two persons in connection with Adarsh housing scam 3.4.2012 Asian Age: India
The CBI on Tuesday detained two persons including an IAS officer for alleged irregularities in granting sanction to multi-crore Adarsh housing society here. The two-former Maharashtra Principal Secretary, Urban Development, Ramanand Tiwari and IAS officer Jairaj Pathak- were called on Tuesday morning to the CBI office here and questioned extensively by the agency in connection with the scam, official sources said. According to the CBI, Pathak, an IAS officer of 1978 batch, had allegedly allowed the height of the building in upmarket Colaba to be raised beyond 100 metres without the approval of the High-Rise Committee of the municipal body. The agency has alleged that Pathak, against whom it has got sanction for prosecution, received a flat in the Adarsh Society building in the name of his son allegedly as quid pro quo. Pathak is named as one of the 14 accused in the case. Former State Information Commissioner Tiwari, who is also an accused in the case, is alleged to have facilitated the ...
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CBI detains two persons in connection with Adarsh scam 3.4.2012 GovernanceNow: Top Stories
The CBI on Tuesday detained two persons including an IAS officer for alleged irregularities in granting sanction to multi-crore Adarsh housing society here. The two--former Maharashtra Principal Se
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Adarsh scam: CBI detains two persons 3.4.2012 Hindu: Home
The CBI on Tuesday detained two persons including an IAS officer for alleged irregularities in granting sanction to multi-crore Adarsh housing society here. The two -- former Maharashtra...
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Syria crisis - live updates 3.4.2012 The Guardian -- World Latest
• Syria's pledge to withdraw troops greeted with scepticism • Refugees describe their escape from terror • Free Syrian Army confirms switch to guerilla tactics 8.52am: The president of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Jakob Kellenberger, is in Damascus lobbying for a two-hour daily ceasefire. Kellengber has meet foreign minister Walid al-Moualem, according to tweets from foreign ministry spokesman Jihad Makdissi. Minister Moualim is having a positiveand constructive talks now with the head of the ICRC and Head of SARC — Dr.Jihad Makdissi (@Makdissi) April 3, 2012 They explored ways to improve access and cooperation with ICRC... Channels of Com are open ..Syria is engaging positively undoubtfully — Dr.Jihad Makdissi (@Makdissi) April 3, 2012 8.07am: (all times BST) Welcome to Middle East Live. Syria's pledge to partially implement Kofi Annan's peace plan by 10 April has been greeted with widespread scepticism. Here's a roundup of the main ...
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Real estate developers association to petition PM 3.4.2012 TOI: Mumbai
Real estate developers association to petition PM
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Syrian refugees: In their own words 3.4.2012 The Guardian -- World Latest
Thousands of Syrians have escaped the violence and persecution that followed the Arab spring. In camps along the border, refugees talk about the dangers they face and what it means to leave their homes behind Abu Ali, 42, from Azmareen Abu Ali had to leave his home in Azmareen, a small town of about 5,000 inhabitants just across the border, eight months ago. He owns several acres of olive groves and a farm that he can see from the hills on the Turkish side, but that he cannot reach. "If I return, they'll kill me," he says. Abu Ali used to work as a singer at village weddings, but a year ago he started to use his talent to sing anti-Assad songs at rallies in Hama. Both of his children had been in university when they had to leave, now he lives with them and his wife in a Turkish refugee camp. "I have sold my car to get by, and I have only $100 left." He sighs. "I will have to start selling my land." Abu Ali is in constant phone contact with his fellow Azmareen residents. "The Syrian regime ...
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As RTE turns two, monitoring division sans staff 3.4.2012 Hindu: News
On Saturday last, as the government was highlighting with much fanfare the achievements under the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009 in the past two years, the RTE D...
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European Union forces halt in heating fuel supply to Syria 2.4.2012 DNA: Top News
EU sanctions have forced Syria's sole supplier of heating fuel to halt deliveries, making it hard for Syrians to cook and heat their homes.
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Two years of RTE, implementation still slow 2.4.2012 GovernanceNow: News
Two years since the Right to Education Act has been implemented, the annual average dropout rate at the primary level has dropped from 9.1 in 2009-10 to 6.9 in 2010-11. Also, more than 4.96 lakh clas
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Two years of RTE Act, implementation yet slow 2.4.2012 GovernanceNow: Top Stories
Two years since the Right to Education Act has been implemented, the annual average dropout rate at the primary level has dropped from 9.1 in 2009-10 to 6.9 in 2010-11. Also, more than 4.96 lakh clas
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Mali coup leader reinstates old constitution 2.4.2012 Asian Age: International
The junior officer who overthrew Mali's democratically elected leader earlier this month and dissolved the nation's constitution made a public U-turn Sunday, declaring amid enormous international pressure that he was reinstating the 1992 constitution and planning to hold elections. Capt. Amadou Haya Sanogo added that he would organize a national convention to agree on a transitional government which will organize free and fair elections. What he did not make clear is when the convention would be held, or when elections would take place, or if he would remain president during the transitional period. Sanogo's announcement came as Tuareg rebels penetrated and seized control of the ancient northern city of Timbuktu, a move that deepens the crisis in the West African nation. Tuareg rebels took advantage of the chaos surrounding last week's coup in the faraway capital to take the town of Kidal, located 1,300 kilometers (800 miles) from Bamako on Friday. They seized the biggest northern city ...
Mali coup leader backtracks over constitution as rebels advance 1.4.2012 The Guardian -- World Latest
Amadou Sanogo promises free and fair election but offers no timetable, as Tuareg rebels penetrate Timbuktu The junior officer who overthrew Mali's democratically elected leader last month and dissolved the nation's constitution made a public U-turn on Sunday, declaring amid intense international pressure that he was reinstating the 1992 charter and planning to hold elections. Captain Amadou Sanogo added that he would hold a national convention to agree a transitional government which would organise free and fair elections, but he did not announce a timetable. Sanogo's announcement came as Tuareg rebels penetrated the northern city of Timbuktu, a move that deepens the country's crisis. Residents said the rebels had entered the town after a heavy firefight, and were going house to house asking people to remain calm. The nomadic Tuaregs, who are descended from the people who founded Timbuktu in the 11th century and seized it from invaders in 1434, attacked the city in their fight to create a ...
Syria`s "friends" try to twist screw on Assad 1.4.2012 Zee News : World
Hillary Clinton urged members of Assad`s govt to halt operations targeting civilians, or face "serious consequences".
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