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Centre to push economic agenda in Winter session of Parliament
23 November 2014, New Delhi, Agencies
Winter session of Parliament beginning on Monday is expected to generate heat with government planning to push an ambitious economic agenda undeterred by resistance from a section of the Opposition.
HRD Minister turns down demands to make Sanskrit compulsory
Taking on her critics, Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Smriti Irani dismissed charges that education was being saffronised even as she turned down demands that Sanskrit be made compulsory in the curriculum.
Mulayam pulls up Akhilesh govt for 'slow pace of work' in UP
Pulling up the Akhilesh government for 'slow place' of work on development front in UP, Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav said that he was only hearing about 'foundation-laying' and not 'inauguration' of such schemes.
Zero tolerance to error in defence: Parrikar
Promising a 'lot of things', Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar outlined a multi-pronged approach of a non-offensive but strong India while making it clear that there will be 'zero tolerance to error' in defence-related issues.

‘Tourism to fuel Bengal’s economic growth’
West Bengal tourism minister Bratya Basu, in a candid interview to Millennium Post, says his...

Nobel laureate Satyarthi appeals to MPs to pass Bill banning child labour
Ahead of Parliament's Winter Session, Nobel laureate and child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi appealed to all the MPs to ensure passage of a Bill seeking complete ban on child labour.

Delhi Metro inducts first train wrapped with ads
The ‘train wraps’ have been permitted on 10 per cent of total train sets available on the operational lines of the network

Defeated Congress in depression
Nantoo Banerjee
Prime Minister Modi’s growing clout in India and abroad is driving the grand old party crazy.
Just one moment please, Mr Fadnavis!
Aparna Pallavi
After NCP’s support will the new Maharashtra CM be able to corner it in the irrigation scam?
China in rank crisis
Su Xiaoming, Hua Xuan, Xie Ying
Executives at China’s state-owned enterprises often hold a higher administrative position than...
One more ‘Berlin Wall’ fell 25 years back
Rajendra Shende
The Montreal Protocol’s entry into force gave birth to the freedom from yet another Iron Curtain.


‘Lower direct taxes push up indirect tax revenues’
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said that he does not favour burdening the salaried and middle-class with more taxes but would go after the evaders...
Govt won’t let Oppn obstruct reforms: FM

Migratory birds arrive to make nest at tree at Islampur in Birbhum district of West Bengal on Friday.

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