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Delhi Tamilnadu House Co-Optex Silk Exhibition Inauguration 15th October 2015 Photos

With the Blessings and as per Orders of the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu AMMA, The Tamilnadu Handloom Weavers Cooperative Society popularly known as CO-OPTEX has organized an Exhibition Cum Sales of Handloom Clothes at Old Tamil Nadu House, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi for 15 days from 15.10.2015 to 01.11.2015 as a part of “Deepavali Festival 2015”. Dr.M.Thambidurai, Hon’ble Deputy ...

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‘Will go ahead with land bill if JCP favours it’

Chandigarh, Sep 19 (PTI)Union Minister Chaudhary Birender Singh today attacked Congress for putting hurdles in country’s progress by opposing NDA’s land bill and said the government will not “hesitate” to go ahead with the legislation again if the committee, formed to look into the amended bill, favours it. “If Joint Committee of Parliament, constituted to look into the amended land ...

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Hardik detained ahead of Ekta March; mobile internet banned

Surat/Ahmedabad, Sep 19 (PTI) Hardik Patel, who is leading the Patel quota stir, was today detained by police along with 35 of his supporters ahead of his ‘Ekta March’ in Surat with the Gujarat administration following it up by imposing a ban on mobile Internet services across the state. 22-year-old Hardik’s detention led to vociferous protests by community members at ...

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AIFEC & MESC In 3 Day Workshop

Film Industry skilled workforce is traditionally lead, managed and executed though the manpower provided by various film Unions. Ironically we have more than 35 unique film union consortiums with informal /unstructured skilling and apprentice models. In a unique initiative by Mr. G.Shiva, President of AIFEC ( All India Film Employees Confederation) under the guidance of chairman of the Media & ...

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FICCI Programme 2015 at New Delhi

Draft Programme as on 4th Sept September 10, 2015 FICCI, Federation House, New Delhi 0915 – 1000 hrs Registration with Tea & Coffee 1000 – 1130 hrs Opening Session: Moderation by Ms Shobha Mishra Ghosh, Sr. Director, FICCI 1005 – 1010 hrs Welcome Address Dr Jyotsana Suri, President, FICCI 1010 – 1020 hrs Theme Address Mr RCM Reddy, Chairman, FICCI ...

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OBC quota: 3 killed in violence, bandh paralyses life in Guj

Ahmedabad, Aug 26 (PTI) Tension mounted in Gujarat as three persons were killed in widespread violence sparked by detention of Hardik Patel who today vowed to intensify the agitation for OBC quota for Patel community. Apprehending more trouble, curfew was clamped in parts of Ahmedabad and other major cities across the state today. Apart from Ahmedabad, curfew had been clamped ...

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CBI registers DA case against Raja

The CBI has registered a disproportionate assets case against former Telecom Minister A Raja and 16 others, including his family members and friends, and carried out searches in 20 places here and various locations in Tamil Nadu. After registering the case in special CBI court, the agency today carried out searches in Delhi, Chennai, Coimbatore, Tiruchirappalli and Perambalur. The sources ...

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Pak troops pound civilian hamlets, posts along LoC, IB

A villager was injured as Pakistani Army violated the ceasefire four times overnight by pounding civilian hamlets and posts with 120 mm and 82 mm mortar bombs along the IB and LoC in Jammu and Poonch districts, drawing retaliation from the Army and BSF. This is the 10th consecutive day that Pakistan has violated the ceasefire.There have been 45 violations ...

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Maha:Man murdered for marrying woman against her family’s wish

In a suspected honour killing, a 24-year-old man was murdered for marrying a woman against the wishes of her family, police said today. The incident took place last night at Jahu Nandurki village in Bhiwandi tehsil, when 17 people attacked Satyam Karbari using sharp-edged weapons, following which he died on the spot, PSI Vijay Shirsat of Bhiwandi Takula Police station ...

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Poison of communal frenzy have no place in India: PM

In a marathon address to the nation from the ramparts of Red Fort, PM today underlined India’s unity and diversity and said the poison of casteism and communal frenzy have no place in the country. Modi, in his second Independence Day address, focussed largely on the issue of corruption and asserted that the steps taken by his government over the ...

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