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APUWJ Gives call for State-wide protests—Spl Status

Andhra Pradesh Union of Working Journalists (APUWJ) has given a call to all its units to organize Protest demonstrations state-wide, on august 13, on the issue of Special category status to the State. In a press release here today, Nalli ... Siasat Daily, 2 weeks ago

Rayalaseema's royal war: Will Chandrababu wipe out YSR's legacy by wracking Jagan Reddy?

"And the corrupt leaders are rightfully going to the places they deserve thus tweeted Nara Lokesh, son of the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu and the scion of the ruling Telugu Desam Party (TDP) in the southern state, on 29 June.
 Firstpost.com1 month ago

DUJ & Press Unity Centre Call for Joint Action in Mid July

THE Delhi Union of Journalists (DUJ) and the Press Unity Centre have called for a phased programme of action, this coming monsoon session of parliament to fight the menace of increasing attacks on press persons, for proper implementation of the wage ...
 Peoples Democracy.in1 month ago

Scribes stage protest for SCS

Journalists sporting black badges staged demonstrations before the tahsildar offices in Kurnool district on Saturday demanding special category status to Andhra Pradesh, on a call by the A.P. Union of Working Journalists. Scribes performed ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Cabinet Reshuffle | Meet The New Faces In Modi's Council Of Ministers

On Tuesday (05 July), Prime Minister Narendra Modi inducted new faces into the Union Council of Ministers keeping an eye on the assembly polls in Uttar Pradesh. Union Minister of State for Environment, Forests and Climate Change Prakash Javadekar ...
 Businessworld India1 month ago

Inside the secret Somalia rehab camp for former Shabab members

Saturday, June 25th, 2016 06:17 For the first time, a journalist gets access to the Mogadishu camp where about 500 former Somali Shabab members are being held. Part of the Atkinson Fellowship's Generation 9/11 series. related news US Fires on ...
 NewsFlow242 months ago

What's left of it

BySukumar Muralidharan Praful Bidwai had a long and fruitful tenure as a journalist in India's mainstream media. Perhaps the industry was not obsessed with the singular motive of profit at the time, but the larger reason he found and held a niche, ...
 Transnational Institute2 months ago

Banks race to targets, rural women's groups to defaults

In Image: Nirmala Devaki, a landless farmer from Dastikoppa village in Karnataka's northwestern Dharwad district, had borrowed Rs 10,000 from her self-help group for her cousin's marriage. At a monthly interest rate of 2%, Devaki owes the SHG Rs 1 lakh–a ...
 Sify1 week ago

Productive monsoon session passes GST bill, Kashmir resolution

New Delhi, Aug 12 (IANS) Parliament passed the historic Goods and Services Tax bill during its "productive" monsoon session that concluded on Friday, with the opposition seeking to corner the government on a range of issues like price rise, the ...
 IrishSun.com2 weeks ago
DNA India

Nuclear power costly, inefficient

With Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barrack Obama, finalising the import of 12 AP1000 nuclear reactors plants six from the Westinghouse Electric -- for Mithi Virdi, Gujarat, and another six from the GE-Hitachi's Economic Simplified ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago
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