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Tiger census in Sundarbans to confirm population by 2019

The Forest Department is conducting the census in collaboration with WildTeam, an NGO working for tiger conservation in the country, under the Bengal Tiger Conservation Activity project funded by the USAID, the Dhaka Tribune reported. DNA, 3 weeks ago

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Disabled persons data of 2011 may be underestimated: official

Navreet Kang, secretary, Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, said as per the 2011 census, 2.68 crore people are there with disabilities, but the certificates issued by various states are more than that number.
 DNA2 months ago

Bureaucratic reshuffle: 22 joint secretaries appointed

As many as 22 joint secretaries have been appointed in different central government departments as part of mid-level bureaucratic reshuffle effected today. Of the total officers, 11 are from Indian Administrative Service and rest from other central services like Indian Police Service and Indian Revenue Service. There has been demand by officers of civil services of equal career-related opportunities as enjoyed by those in IAS. IAS officers Atul Kumar Tiwari and Lok Ranjan have been appointed as ...
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Arvind Panagariya's hits & misses as vice-chairman of NITI Aayog

Initiated move to privatise Air India, but reports on poverty and cast census remained unfinished NITI Aayog’s first vice-chairman and noted economist Arvind Panagariya on Tuesday decided to relinquish his post to pursue academic interests less than three-years after he was appointed. The sudden announcement sparked off speculation that all was not well with his relationship with the Prime Minister's Office ( PMO). However, Panagariya denied the rumours of feeling 'suffocated' and said ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Following are the top stories of the northern region at 1745 hrs

Following are the top stories of the northern region at 1745 hrs: DES 2 UKD-TIGER CENSUS Dehradun: The count of tigers in Uttarakhand has gone up to 242 with an increase of 63 big cats this year, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has said. DES 7 PB-SWINE ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Cabinet approves revision of cost of Socio Economic and Caste Census 2011

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved the proposal of Department of Rural Development for revision of cost of Socio Economic and Caste Census 2011 (SECC 2011). It provides for: (a) Revising ...
 PIB4 weeks ago
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Nation gears up for 70th I-Day; additional security deployed

As the nation gears up to observe the 70th Independence Day, security has been beefed up across the country, aiming to ensure a seamless feat of celebration for its countrymen. In Mumbai, security has been tightened ahead of the big day, with a greater level ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago Delhi airspace sanitised ahead of Independence Day  Rediff.com1 week ago Independence Day: Security beefed up at Red Fort ahead of celebrations  Sify2 weeks ago
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Inside the miserable world of India's domestic workers

'We eat first, they later; we sit on chairs and they on the floor; we call them by their names and they address us by titles.' 'There’s a real feeling that the employers are “big people,” and it’s going to be difficult to get police to take their complaints seriously.' Image: between 1991 and 2001 there was a 120 per cent increase in the numbers of domestic help.Sumana Barman, 11, a child labourer washes utensils at a house in the northeastern city of Siliguri, West ...
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'Then Sheena went silent...'

'As Rai spoke, in an unbelievably dead pan, almost off-the-cuff tone, about helping plan the murder of two youngsters, drugging them with vodka and whiskey spiked with dava (medicine), smothering one, dragging a body in rigor mortis out of a car, burning a corpse, destroying evidence, and so on, it felt like he was discussing nothing more surprising than the intricacies of the weather.'Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustrations: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Call for building ramps for the disabled at all places

R Indresh, a wheelchair-bound champion of the disabled, has called for building ramps everywhere and making most buildings disabled friendly in the next five years. Speaking at a seminar on 'Empowering and Enabling Differently Abled People', he said people ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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