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Reshuffle in Assam police
Calcutta Telegraph

Reshuffle in State police dept

Staff Reporter GUWAHATI, Dec 30 The Home department in its police reshuffle exercise, posted Pradeep Kumar, Additional Director General of Police (Modernisation & Logistics), as Additional Director General of Police (TAP), Assam and Chairman, ... Assam Tribune, 1 month ago
Reshuffle in Assam police Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago

The view from within

The venerable Granta magazine from the UK first did a special number on India back in 1997. It was part of the 50th anniversary of India's independence. Issue 57 (Spring 1997) titled India: The Golden Jubilee was edited by its then editor, Ian Jack.
 Hindustan Times2 hours ago Farewell Exotica  Open1 week ago

Spring 2015 Announcements: Literary Biographies, Essays & Criticism: Lives in Letters

The state of reading and writing in today's digitally driven world has been preoccupying authors of late. Melissa Pritchard, for instance, who last year published the novel Palmerino, explores the question Why write? in A Solemn Pleasure, a ...
 PublishersWeekly.com1 week ago

Jaundice claims 24 lives in Sambalpur

Comment · print · T T T+· T- A total of 24 persons have died due to jaundice and 2,808 afflicted by this water-borne disease in Sambalpur town and its adjoining places in recent days, said the government affidavits filed in Orissa High ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

24 people have died due to jaundice in Sambalpur town: Govt

Twentyfour people have died due to jaundice and more than 2,000 persons were affected by the disease in Sambalpur town and its adjoining places recently, government affidavits filed in Orissa High Court today said. In response to an earlier High ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago

Six DU council members oppose UGC's choice-based credit system

NEW DELHI: Six members of Delhi University's Academic Council have written to the vice-chancellor asking that the timeframe proposed by UGC for implementing the choice-based credit system —from the 2015-16 session—be set aside. The CBCS is an ...
 Times of India1 week ago

The two JLF controversies that you must know about

When some of the world's best creative minds, known for vociferously thinking out loud, are put together for discussions, bold expressions and radical thoughts are expected outcomes. And the Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF) has, over time, proved to ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago

UP, Bengal eye revival of fortunes

A day before the seventh-round fixtures of the 2014-15 Ranji Trophy gets under way, teams making up Group A - the 'Elite' ones of the competition - cut a sorry figure. Karnataka, who have gone undefeated since November 2013, lead the charts with ...
 Cricbuzz.com1 week ago

The Song of the Shirt exposes the woes of labour

From Rana Plaza back to the Lancashire mills, the story of an industry happy to exploit The Song of the Shirt: Cheap Clothes Across Continents and Centuries By Jeremy Seabrook, C Hurst & Co, 288 pages, £14.95 It is unlikely that Pope Francis and ...
 Gulf News3 weeks ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

New debate emerges over rules of origin

Second from left, Hedayetullah Al Mamoon, senior secretary of the commerce ministry, speaks at a discussion on the rules of origin organised by the MCCI and BFTI in Dhaka yesterday. Syed Nasim Manzur, president of MCCI, was also present. Photo: Star ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star3 weeks ago
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