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Ex-cabinet secretary Zafar Saifullah is dead

Former cabinet secretary Zafar Saifullah died in New Delhi last week, his family announced here Wednesday. He was 78.He is survived by his wife Kulsoom Noor, eight children and 12 grandchildren."He passed away peacefully and with his entire family by his ... Prokerala, 1 day ago

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Bug in Gadkari home: Oppn demands probe

NEW DELHI: It is a curious case of "bugging". Senior Cabinet minister Nitin Gadkari, whose official residence was allegedly bugged using highly sophisticated listening devices, does not deny it outright, keeping the controversy "highly speculative" ...
 Economic Times2 days ago Uproar in Rajya Sabha Over Gadkari Bugging Row  Odisha Samaya20 hours ago Uproar in Rajya Sabha Over Nitin Gadkari Bugging Row  NDTV1 day ago No bugging at Nitin Gadkari's home, Rajnath Singh says  Times of India1 day ago
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Gadkaris birthday gift: leave from Cabinet meeting

Today is Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari's 57th birthday, which he celebrated in New Delhi in the morning. However, soon after, he left the capital for his hometown, Nagpur, with permission from the prime minister. He will be missing from this evening's Cabinet meeting, the NDA government's first, in South Block. ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Gadkari scoffs at bugging report, Cong forces 2 adjournments of House  Calcutta Telegraph22 hours ago Gujarat 'culture' in Delhi  Business Standard India1 day ago Bugging row: Govt rejects probe demand  The Statesman2 days ago
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Cabinet approves proposals to amend labour laws

New Delhi: The Union cabinet has approved proposal to amend to three archaic labour laws including the Factories Act 1948, Apprenticeship Act 1961 and Labour Laws (Exemption from Furnishing Returns and Maintaining Registers by Certain ...
 Topnews.in2 hours ago Cabinet nod for labour law reforms  Times of India8 hours ago Cabinet approves changes in labour laws  Livemint.com13 hours ago Cabinet approves SEBI Act amendment  ZeeNews.com1 week ago

Cabinet panel names secretaries to three departments

New Delhi, June 16 (IANS) The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet Monday approved the assignment of three secretaries in various ministries, an official statement said.
 News Chennai Online1 month ago Narendra Modi's vision for labour reforms move a step forward as Cabinet approves amendments to three laws  Economic Times8 hours ago Cabinet approves changes in three labour laws  Economic Times3 hours ago Government's Big Push Towards Changing Independence-Era Labour Laws  NDTV30 minutes ago
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Draft Bill to Try Juveniles as Adults Ready for Cabinet Approval

New Delhi:   A draft bill to try minors above the age of 16 years - accused of heinous crimes including rape and murder - as adults, is all set to go to the cabinet for approval. If approved, the bill will pave the way for an amendment in the Juvenile ...
 Current News India2 hours ago Draft Bill to Try Minors as Adults Set for Cabinet Approval  NDTV5 hours ago
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Natwar Singh backs Sanjaya Baru over PMO files

Congress president Sonia Gandhi (Photo: PTI/File) New Delhi: Former Cabinet minister during the UPA-I regime Natwar Singh in his book that is due to be released in the next few days writes that Congress president Sonia Gandhi and her daughter ...
 Deccan Chronicle6 hours ago Rahul told Sonia not to accept PM post, Natwar Singh reveals  Times of India19 hours ago

Eviction Notice to 16 Former Ministers

NEW DELHI: Former Cabinet Minister Kapil Sibal made headlines for renting an apartment in an upscale part of New Delhi for an estimated rent of `60 lakh, days after he lost his Parliamentary elections. But it seems, he has not moved out of his ...
 New Indian Express4 hours ago 2G case ExPM cabinet were confused says A Raja  Hindustan Times4 weeks ago PM, Cabinet Under Confusion by Vested Interests: Raja  Outlook4 weeks ago PM, Cabinet were under confusion created by vested interests: Raja  Rediff.com4 weeks ago

PM Narendra Modi likely to expand Cabinet next month

Zee Media Bureau/ New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to expand his Council of Ministers in the middle of next month, reports claimed on Monday. Modi is expected to induct around a dozen new ministers when the expansion happens ...
 ZeeNews.com3 days ago » Two more Indian ministries join Twitter  Digital Opportunity Channel11 hours ago Modi likely to expand his cabinet after Budget session of Parliament  Samaylive1 day ago Modi likely to expand cabinet next month  Nagaland Post2 days ago

Tarun Gogoi likely to reshuffle cabinet in September after budget session

Gogoi is in New Delhi and had elaborate discussion with party president Sonia Gandhi, Sonia's political secretary Ahmed Patel regarding the political situation in Assam following dissident activities . The budget session of the state assembly will end on ...
 Economic Times1 day ago #DIPP likely to move cabinet for setting up of NIC  ASAPP17 hours ago Gogoi to move Delhi on asylum for those fleeing persecution  The Telegraph2 weeks ago
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