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Dy labour commissioner suspended for negligence in duty

The Haryana government has suspended Deputy Labour Commissioner, Hisar, Paramjit Singh with immediate effect for alleged negligence in duty. "Paramjit Singh had remained absent from Building and Construction Workers' Awareness Conference held at Dabwali, ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Manesar land PMLA case: ED raids Jt Secretary in Delhi, others

The ED today raided 10 locations in Delhi and Haryana, including the residence of an IAS officer serving in the Union government here, in connection with its money laundering probe in the Rs 1,500- crore alleged illegal land acquisition in Gurgaons Manesar.
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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'Modi government is on its way to greatness'

'Let us not say that Modi has not delivered on anything; he has delivered something and in parts substantially, but he has to also deliver on a large number of his electoral promises.' M R Venkatesh, chartered accountant and political commentator, discusses three years of the Narendra Modi government with Rediff.com's Shobha Warrier. If you were to give a report card to Narendra Modi after completing three years, what will it be? If you look at the performance of the Narendra Modi government, ...
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The Child 'Savers'

In 2016, the Tamil Nadu railway police rescued 2,128 children; nearly six children a day, or a child every four hours.Rediff.com's A Ganesh Nadar reports.. IMAGE: The railway police in Tamil Nadu keep an eye out for runaway and lost children. Image only used for representational purposes. Photograph: Reuters When you step into the bustling railway station in Chennai, you will probably not spot them. They are not on your agenda, neither the police nor the children. Yet, day in and day out, amid ...
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