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Money-minded leaders left, says Digvijay Singh
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Centre committed to developing A.P.: Sidharth Nath Singh

BJP national secretary and Andhra Pradesh affairs in charge Sidharth Nath Singh and State party president K. Haribabu have expressed the resolve to develop Andhra Pradesh on all fronts and get the partys rank and file to counter the campaign by the opposition ... The Hindu, 1 day ago

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Deadlock over inter-State projects control by KRMB

Special Secretary Amarjit Singh says the Centre would be left with no option but to take a decision in case the two sides fail to strike an understanding Stalemate over the management of inter-State projects in the Krishna basin located in ...
 The Hindu4 days ago
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Ishrat missing papers panel set up not to implicate anyone: Rajnath Singh

The Home Minister, however, refused to comment on the news report that the inquiry officer, Additional Secretary B K Prasad, tutored one of the key witnesses before taking his statement on the missing files. (PTI) The purpose of setting up an ...
 Financial Express1 week ago Purpose of Ishrat Case Missing Papers Panel Not to Implicate Anyone: Rajnath Singh  Outlook India1 week ago Rajnath clarifies on Ishrat missing papers panel  The Hindu1 week ago Was probe into missing Ishrat Jahan papers fixed?  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh chairs the meeting of Coastal States and UTs

NI Wire The Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh chaired the meeting of Home Ministers, Chief Secretaries and Directors General of Police (DGPs) of Coastal States and Union Territories in Mumbai yesterday. The meeting has been convened to ...
 News Track India1 week ago Seventh Pay Commission: Paramilitary chiefs meet home minister Rajnath Singh  Oneindia1 week ago

LG directs to fill up 4127 posts lying vacant

Lt Governor, Lt Gen A K Singh (Retd), has directed the Secretary (Personnel) to expedite the recruitment process for filling up vacant posts in various departments of the Administration. He has directed that these vacancies should be filled up in a ...
 The Echo Of India1 week ago

Dalit MPs: Don't ignore community

New Delhi: Some Dalit MPs from Karnataka today met Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh to demand representation for 'Madiga' community during a reshuffle of the state cabinet. They also sought representation from this most backward ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Karnataka MPs seek cabinet-berth & KPCC Prez post to Madiga dalit  Deccan Herald1 week ago K'taka MPs seek cabinet-berth & KPCC Prez post to Madiga dalit  Business Standard1 week ago
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Killing of Congolese boy not racial attack: Swaraj

IMAGE: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, MoS VK Singh and Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar arrive for a meeting with a group of African students, in New Delhi on Tuesday. Photograph: Vijay Kumar Joshi/ PTI Photo Ratcheting up efforts to contain the damage over attacks on African nationals, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today announced a slew of steps including a country-wide sensitisation campaign even as she asserted that the killing of a Congolese youth was not a ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago 5 held after Sushma Swaraj speaks to Rajnath Singh  Asian Age3 weeks ago Sushma moves to ensure safety of African students  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Sushma Swaraj asks V.K. Singh to pacify agitated African students  Sify4 weeks ago
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R.K. Singh backs Haryana DGP's 'right to kill' criminals remark

Backing Haryana Director General of Police (DGP) K.P. Singh's statement, former union home secretary and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader R.K. Singh on Friday said there is a provision in Right of Private Defence, which states that if anyone tries to harm ...
 Sify4 weeks ago Common people can 'kill' those indulging in murder: Haryana DGP  DNA4 weeks ago Haryana DGP: People have right to 'kill' those indulging in murder, arson  Rediff.com4 weeks ago People have right to 'kill' those indulging in murder, arson: DGP  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago

Jat agitation: Haryana govt shunts out Home Secretary after report finds 'deliberate' negligence on his part

Haryana government on Tuesday shunted out its Additional Chief Secretary (Home), four days after the Prakash Singh Committee report found "deliberate negligence" on part of 90 officials including IAS and IPS officers during the Jat quota agitation in ...
 DNA1 month ago Was asked to give clean chit to wrongdoers: Jat stir panel head  Deccan Herald1 month ago Jat stir: 90 officials found negligent by committee  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Govt sets up FRBM committee on fiscal deficit range

The government formed a five-member committee under former revenue secretary N K Singh to review the working of the 12-year old FRBM Act and examine the feasibility of a fiscal deficit range instead of a fixed target
 Money Control1 month ago N.K. Singh to head panel to review FRBM Act  The Hindu1 month ago Govt. constitutes FRBM panel, NK Singh to be chairman  Business Standard1 month ago
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