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I still get love letters and wife does not mind: Venkaiah Naidu
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Venkaiah Naidu's rename Delhi remark attracts criticism

Union urban development minister M Venkaiah Naidu's suggestion that Delhi should have been called either Indraprastha or Hastinapur has not gone down too well with Delhiites. On Tuesday, during a discussion in Parliament on the National Capital ... Hindustan Times, 8 minutes ago
Centre committed to ensuring safety of women, says Naidu Press Trust of India, 5 hours ago
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Lashkar may target Agra-Delhi highway: New intel

The Centre, in two separate advisories issued by the Union home ministry and the Intelligence Bureau (IB), has warned all states and law enforcement agencies to stay alert after the Peshawar school attack and in the run-up to the visit of US ...
 Hindustan Times32 minutes ago
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Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti condemns Peshawar school attack

New Delhi, Dec 17 (PTI) Union Minister Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti today condemned the brutal terror attack on school students in Pakistan's Peshawar and said world needs to get together to fight terrorism. "Yesterday, young children were killed by ...
 Press Trust of India55 minutes ago Union govt asks states to beef security after Peshawar school attack  India TV10 hours ago PTI - ATTACK-SADHVI - Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti condemns Peshawar school attack  Namibia Press Agency31 minutes ago

Provide gas pipeline connectivity to MCFL, two others: Ananth Kumar

NEW DELHI: Union Minister Ananth Kumar today said that arrangements should be made to provide gas pipeline connectivity to the Naptha-based fertilizer plants including MCFL. Kumar said this during a high-level meeting involving Petroleum Minister ...
 Economic Times1 hour ago
Lebanon Daily Star

Hamas Terror: Netanyahu Urges EU To Reverse Decision Removing Islamist Militants From Blacklist

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on the European Union to put the Islamist militant group Hamas back on its list of blacklisted terror groups after an EU court ruled that it should be removed on Wednesday, according to the Jerusalem ...
 Austin American Statesman6 hours ago Netanyahu calls on EU to keep Hamas on terrorist list  Sharenet9 hours ago Netanyahu calls for relisting Hamas as terrorist organization  EFE1 hour ago Netanyahu mocks Herzog, Livni joint list  Ynet News21 hours ago
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Kerala High Court upholds election of K V Thomas

KOCHI: The Kerala High Court today upheld the election of former Union minister and Congress candidate K V Thomas to the Lok Sabha from Ernakulam constituency in the polls held in May last. Justice Kamal Pasha dismissed the petition filed by a ...
 Economic Times2 hours ago HC upholds election of K V Thomas  Press Trust of India6 hours ago
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Croatia has done colossal job in attracting EU funds says minister

Croatia has done a colossal job in absorbing European Union (EU) funds and is probably better than many other EU member states, said on Tuesday during a roadshow around Zagreb of companies that were successful in attracting EU funds. "At the ...
 Dalje.com22 hours ago EU will keep up pressure on Russia despite concerns over economy  Interactive Investor26 minutes ago
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ISIS banned in India: Rajnath

NEW DELHI: The dreaded ISIS terror group has been banned in India, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh disclosed on Tuesday, days after a Bangalore techie was allegedly found tweeting in support of the terrorist organisation. "We have banned this ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier9 hours ago Home Ministry gives advisory to states on security of schools  International Business Times India10 hours ago Panel to monitor cyberspace soon: Rajnath Singh  Indian Express1 day ago ISIS banned in India: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh  Economic Times1 day ago
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Sukhbir urges MHA to review blacklist of Sikhs

Chandigarh, Dec 17 (PTI) Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal today urged Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh to review the blacklist of Sikhs maintained by his ministry and delete name of the persons who were not wanted for any criminal ...
 Press Trust of India6 hours ago Punjab Deputy Chief Minister urges home ministry to review blacklist of Sikhs  DNA India6 hours ago Sukhbir urges home ministry to review blacklist of Sikhs  Press Trust of India6 hours ago Sukhbir Singh Badal urges home ministry to review blacklist of Sikhs  INooz46 minutes ago

`Clean India, Green India` – NDA govt`s calendar for 2015 launched

Union Minister for Finance Arun Jaitley on Wednesday launched the Government of India's calendar for 2015. Launching the calender Jaitley said that it “provided a platform for converging the two key flagship schemes of the government – Swachh Bharat and ...
 Zee News5 hours ago Digital India' to revolutionise health and education: Jaitley  NetIndia123.com11 hours ago 'GOI digital calendar 2015 a convergence of 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan', 'Digital India' says Finance Minister Arun Jaitley  DNA India12 hours ago
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