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Government at Centre is run by the RSS: Teesta Setalvad

Government at Centre is run by the RSS: Teesta Setalvad

Accusing the Bharatiya Janata Party government at the Centre as one being ‘run’ by RSS, social activist Teesta Setalvad on Saturday alleged that issues such as ‘Sanskritisation’ were part of a process to change India into a Hindu state. "I believe the government at the Centre is run by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. It is an RSS government. You are confused, I am not confused at all," she told media persons. On Hindutva and Sanskritisation ‘pursued’ by ..., 1 week ago

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HSBC's India headcount up by 1,000; US staff size down

India has been ranked second among its ‘main centres of employment’ after the UK, where it employed 48,000 people At the centre of a probe into black money allegedly stashed by Indians in Swiss banks, global banking giant HSBC increased its headcount in India by 1,000 last year to 32,000 -- the second highest after the UK. As per the bank's latest annual report, it had a total worldwide workforce of 2,66,000 full-time and part-time employees at the end of 2014. This marked an ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Supreme Court seeks Centre’s response on making Moral Science compulsory

New Delhi: The Supreme Court today sought responses from the Centre and the CBSE on a plea to make ‘Moral Science’ subject compulsory in class I to XII in schools across the country.A bench comprising Chief Justice H L Dattu and Justice AK Sikri ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago Supreme Court scraps Jat reservation  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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NDA ally PMK opposes NITI Ayog, attacks PM

Chennai: In a sharp attack on the Centre for replacing Planning Commission with ‘NITI Ayog,’ NDA partner PMK today accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of seeking to achieve his ‘twin objectives’ of ensuring greater private role in ...
 IndiaTV News2 months ago

Centre seeks citizen participation in urban planning

This was the thrust of the new ‘Urban and Regional Development Plans Formulation and Implementation Guidelines’ released on Wednesday by Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu here. The guidelines were finalised and released after six months ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago

Brother Launches New Inkjet Multi-Function Centres with A3 Print Capability and Multiple Functionalities

Business Wire IndiaBrother International, a leader in home and business IT peripherals that focuses on the ‘Customer-First’ approach, has launched its new Inkjet Multi-Function Centre with A3 print capability aimed at home offices (SOHO) and small ...
 Andhra News1 month ago

Race for GST committee chairman hots up

A number of names are doing the rounds for chairman of the Empowered Committee of state finance ministers. The Centre will deal with this key man to rope in all states to roll out the proposed National Goods  and Services Tax by April 1, 2016. Gujarat Finance Minister Saurabh Patel appears to be the front-runner, but sources said the Centre might also appoint the finance minister of the the opposition-ruled state, such as Amit  Mitra of West Bengal or K M Mani of Kerala, to evolve a ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago States' dependence on central fund cut; can plan own projects  Rediff.com1 month ago

I-T dept collects over Rs 3,500 crore from non-filers

The Income Tax department has issued over 20 lakh ‘intimations’ and collected Rs 3,569 crore (Rs 35.69 billion) in the current financial year from those taxpayers who had either not filed their tax returns or did so incorrectly. Under its 'non-filers tracking management system', an intelligence based project which was launched two years back, the I-T department tracked high-value transactions being made by entities and individuals across the country who were either not reported to ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago And the price keeps rising: Modi suit gets Rs 1.48 crore bid  Rediff.com1 month ago Rs 1.21 crore and bidding: Modi's suit up for grabs  Rediff.com1 month ago

New Zealand v South Africa: 'It will be one heck of a show'

‘I think the best four teams are in the semi-finals and I don't think many people could disagree with that’ Martin Guptill, left, and Brendon McCullum of New Zealand arrive for a New Zealand Black Caps training session at Eden Park. Photograph: Phil Walter/Getty Images The four best teams have made the semi-finals of the World Cup and New Zealand's clash with South Africa at Eden Park is going to be 'one heck of a show', according to coach Mike Hesson. Great debate: Will it be pace ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Amul plans to bring camel milk to the breakfast table

Dairy in Kutch to start processing milk, subject to central food standards body's nod; Gujarat government has already allocated funds; issues include creating a market Soon, Amul camel milk might arrive on your breakfast table. Subject to a nod from the Food Safety and Standards Association of India (FSSAI), the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation’s (GCMMF) Sarhad Dairy, based in Kutch, is thinking of processing it. Considered to have several health benefits, such as high ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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