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Benefits to Disabled

The Central Government has been implementing the provisions of the Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995 in right earnest. State Governments are however, mainly responsible for ... Business Standard, 1 hour ago

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Indian Twitterati react to the ban of Comedy Central

Comedy Central India The Delhi High Court on Tuesday upheld the Central government's 10 day ban of Comedy Central, a channel owned by Viacom 18. TheHigh Court took action keeping into account the material shown on the TV shows Stand Up Club ...
 DNA India22 hours ago Comedy Central Yanked by Government for Allegedly Obscene Content  NDTV22 hours ago Comedy Central offends Indian ministry  ENCA51 minutes ago Vulgar Comedy Central taken off air in India  New Straits Times2 hours ago

Governments at Centre took Jammu region for granted: Sham Lal Sharma

AKHNOOR: Jammu and Kashmir Congress leader Sham Lal Sharma today alleged that Jammu region in the state has always been taken for granted by successive Central governments on the pretext of Kashmir's predominated political dimensions. "Jammu is ...
 Economic Times2 hours ago 'Governments at Centre took Jammu region for granted'  Economic Times2 hours ago Government at Centre took Jammu region for granted: J&K Congress leader  Jagran Post1 hour ago Govts at Centre took Jammu region for granted: J-K Cong leader  Business Standard2 hours ago

About 1.92 lakh public grievances pending: Govt

About 1.92 lakh public grievances related to central government departments are pending, majority of them for more than a year, the government said on Wednesday. Of the total of 1,92,140 grievances, 1,13,911 are pending for more than one year, 22,145 for six ...
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Putin stands by hawkish Russian central bank for now

'There is ongoing criticism of the central bank and of the whole government being Putin's lap dog' With Russia's economy battered by economic sanctions and plunging oil prices, President Vladimir Putin has allowed the central bank to administer ...
 Dhaka Tribune2 days ago Reuters: Russian central bank expects FX liquidity deficit to last for some time  KPNews.com1 day ago Putin gives central bank of Russia free reign  Mail & Guardian Online2 days ago Putin stands by Russian central bank — for now  Qatar Peninsula2 days ago

Now, Modi sarkar begins yoga sessions for its employees

Yoga sessions will be organized for central government employees and their dependents by the ‘Grih Kalyan Kendra’, a welfare society working under the aegis of the Centre. The sessions will be organised from December 1 at five centres of the Grih Kalyan Kendra, a notice issued on Wednesday by the society said. The GKK functions under the aegis of ministry of personnel, public grievances and pensions to promote social, economic, cultural and educational activities for the welfare of ...
 Rediff.com4 hours ago Yoga sessions for central govt employees, dependents  Press Trust of India5 hours ago

ECB could start buying government bonds in 1Q 2015, top official says

The European Central Bank dropped a heavy hint that it is going to wait till early next year before deciding whether to finally follow the Federal Reserve in buying government bonds to depress interest rates and stimulate the economy. Such ...
 Fortune3 hours ago European Central Bank's Ewald Nowotny hails EU stimulus plan as growth booster  Economic Times2 days ago First three months of 2015 too early for more European Central Bank action: Ewald Nowotny  Economic Times2 days ago

Bill to include leader of largest oppn party in panel to select CBI chief

Days ahead of the retirement of present Central Bureau of Investigation chief, government introduced a bill in Lok Sabha to include the leader of the largest opposition party in the panel to select the head of the agency in the absence of a recognised Leader of the Opposition in the House. Another amendment to the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act states that any vacancy or absence in the panel will not render the appointment of the CBI Director invalid. Minister of State for Personnel ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Amendment bill on CBI chief's appointment passed in LS  Rediff.com4 hours ago Vacancy in panel not to invalid CBI chief selection: Bill  Deccan Herald2 days ago
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 CNBC4 hours ago Non-OPEC states to strengthen role in oil market governance  Azer News1 day ago UPDATE 2-Nigeria's naira hits record low before central bank decision  CNBC1 day ago
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Employees to file assets details by December 31: Govt

All central government employees have to file the details of their assets and liabilities along with that of their spouses and dependent children as mandated under the Lokpal Act by December 31, the Lok Sabha was informed today.As per the rules notified under ...
 Deccan Herald1 hour ago Central government employees have to file assets details by December 31  DNA2 hours ago Central govt employees to file assets details by December 31: Govt  Zee News4 hours ago Central Government employees to file assets details by 31 December  Jagran Post3 hours ago
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