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Traffic Fatalities Continue to Rise; Up 9% in First Half of Year
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Traffic Fatalities Continue to Rise; Up 9% in First Half of Year

Preliminary estimates from the National Safety Council indicate motor vehicle deaths were 9 percent higher through the first six months of 2016 than in 2015 , and 18 percent higher than two years ago at the six month mark. An estimated 19,100 ... Insurance Journal, 10 hours ago

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Govt received 33 complaints against Baba Ramdev-run Patanjali in over a year

About 17 ads were considered to be in violation of Advertising Standards Council of India code
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Baba Ramdev Declares ASCI As Unconstitutional Body; Threatens To Sue Them For Defamation  Trak.in6 days ago Complaints against pharmacists drop last year  Irish Times1 day ago 33 complaints received against Patanjali ads  Prokerala3 weeks ago

Truce on DU law course

The Bar Council of India (BCI) today allowed Delhi University to admit more law students and run evening classes this year. As many as 2,310 of the 25,000 applicants will now be allowed to enrol themselves for LLB courses in three centres under DU. Earlier, ...
 The Telegraph3 days ago BCI allows DU to admit students to all seats  Deccan Herald3 days ago Appoint permanent teachers in 35 law colleges, says BCI  Asian Age1 week ago

Delhi University gets 1-year to comply with conditions of BCI

Putting an end to the tussle between Delhi University and the Bar Council of India (BCI) over reduction of seats in law courses, the legal education regulator announced on Sunday that the decision will be implemented from next academic session. “In the ...
 Asian Age3 days ago BCI gives DU 1-year time for complying with its conditions  Business Standard3 days ago Bar Council Gives DU 1-Year Time For Complying With Its Conditions  NDTV3 days ago
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Tourism Export Council's 2016 Operator of the Year WINNER

Travel & Tourism News. Find out more at ETB News Tourism Export Council's 2016 Operator of the Year WINNER New Zealand owned and operated Scenic Hotel Group is the proud recipient of the 2016 Tourism Export Council's Operator of the Year Award. ...
 ETB News New Zealand5 days ago Tourism GDP woes for France, Turkey, Brazil this year  PanARMENIAN Network2 days ago Global tourism GDP resilient this year, but woes for France, Turkey  Reuters UK2 days ago Global tourism growth resilient this year  Q8DailyNews1 day ago

WGC lowers gold demand projection

After a depressing first half, World Gold Council has lowered its gold demand projection for the calendar year 2016 by over 100 tonnes. The annual consumption is estimated to go below 800 tonnes after a gap of seven years. As per WGC’s revised projections, ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago India’s gold demand drops 18% to 131 tonnes in second quarter: WGC  Business Line1 week ago 'Gold price surge seen cutting India’s demand this year'  MSN India1 week ago Is India's love affair with gold over?  Rediff.com2 days ago

For second year in a row, mass failure at Delhi University's law faculty

Law faculty aspirants are agitated over a delay in admission counselling as well as the Bar Council of India's recommendation to reduce the colleges' seat intake. Last Updated: Tuesday, August 9, 2016 - 17:56 New Delhi: For the second year in a row, around ...
 Zee News2 weeks ago Law admission seekers protest scrapping of seats  Deccan Herald1 week ago Law aspirants worried as Bar yet to give nod to admission process  Asian Age2 weeks ago

PM to attend BJP national council, executive at Kozhikode in September

The convention to mark the centenary year of late Jan Sangh president Deendayal Upadhyayay will be held from September 23-25 and Modi will attend the meeting on September 24 and 25.
 DNA2 weeks ago PM to attend BJP natnl council, executive at Kozhikode in Sept  Business Standard2 weeks ago Narendra Modi to attend BJP national council, executive at Kozhikode in September  One India2 weeks ago PM Modi to attend BJP national council and executive at Kozhikode in Sept  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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NITI plans to ready 15-Year Vision by December

The official also confirmed that the NITI Aayog's Governing Council meeting, which was scheduled on July 30, 2016, is likely to be convened after the Independence Day (August 15)
 Money Control1 month ago After MCI, Niti Aayog to work on restructuring of UGC, AICTE  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago PM Modi to chair NITI Aayog meet, review 15-year vision plan  Sify3 weeks ago PM Modi asks NITI Aayog to prepare visionary roadmap for India's growth  DNA3 weeks ago

ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 logo unveiled; England to host tournament

Dubai, July 23: With exactly a year to go to the final of the ICC Women's World Cup 2017, the International Cricket Council today (July 23) released the event logo which reflects the unique connection between the spirit of the sport and its place of origin in ...
 One India1 month ago ICC welcomes ban on South African players over match fixing  Business Standard2 weeks ago Steve Elworthy named managing director of 2019 ICC World Cup  catchnews.com1 month ago ICC names Steve Elworthy as 2019 World Cup MD  Prokerala1 month ago
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