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Centre likely to bring Women's Reservation Bill in winter session
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Centre likely to bring Women's Reservation Bill in winter session

The move would help the PM Modi shape a women-centric narrative, says Archis Mohan. In an effort to seize back the political narrative that is slipping away because of steep oil prices, lack of job growth and economic downturn, the Narendra Modi government is mulling bringing the Women's Reservation Bill in the winter session of Parliament. The Bill provides for reserving a third of all seats for women in the Lok Sabha and state legislative assemblies, including in the seats reserved for ... Rediff.com, 6 days ago

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The only purpose note ban served

With GDP down by 2 per cent, and with 99 per cent of banned notes making their way back into the banking system, whom did demonetisation benefit? Rediff.com's Utkarsh Mishra explains. What was the objective of demonetisation, or note ban, whatever you call it? And has it been achieved? Perhaps the architects of the scheme, if there are any, themselves don't know. There are many who claim it was a success, and there are others who say it wasn't. And not all of them are economists. Although ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Facing flak for Utkal Express tragedy, Railway Ministry says decline in train accidents in 3 years

Under attack after the Utkal Express derailment, the railway ministry said today that there has been a decline in the number of train accidents in the last three years after it initiated a series of safety measures. In 2014-15, the number of accidents was 135 ...
 DNA1 month ago Train accidents have declined in last 3 yrs: Rail ministry  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Government puts off plans to allow foreign universities access to Indian markets

A long-pending proposal to allow foreign universities set up their campuses in India has been put on hold for now. After several rounds of deliberations on the proposal, the Government has decided to keep its focus on the move to set up 20 Institutes of ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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As 7 Hindu pilgrims die, 164% rise in terror-related civilian deaths in J&K over a year

The killing of seven Hindu pilgrims in southern Kashmir enroute from the holy cave of Amarnath is the latest bloody statistic in Jammu & Kashmir, which has witnessed a 45% rise in terrorism-related deaths–and 164% increase in civilian deaths alone–over ...
 Sify2 months ago
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Will it still be called Air India?

Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha emphasised that the brand name has both sentimental and economical value. Should the national carrier retain its brand name once it is privatised? A group of ministers to be set up to look into Air India's future will decide on it. "We may have a view on brand name but that is a decision to be made by the Alternative Mechanism (AM). Are we going to insist on the brand name being retained? Will we give them (private players) the freedom? (on the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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