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International Business Times
Unicef India concerned over controversial labour law that allows children to work in family businesses Indian Parliament passed the Child Labour Amendment Bill, 2016 on 26 July that
Unicef India concerned over controversial labour law that allows children to work in family businesses
International Business Times / Posted yesterday
Indian Parliament passed the Child Labour Amendment Bill, 2016 on 26 July that has drawn criticism from Unicef and various NGOs across the country. The controversial provision states that while it is illegal for children below the age of 14 to be... Read more
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Mashable
Indian lawmaker in trouble for recording Facebook Live video inside the Parliamentand crossing several security check posts. He explains that his car is registe
Indian lawmaker in trouble for recording Facebook Live video inside the Parliament
Mashable / Posted 6 days ago
and crossing several security check posts. He explains that his car is registered with the Lok Sabha (lower house of the Indian parliament) and has a sensor installed which identifies the car at one of the gates, and announces the name and number... Read more
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Business Standard India
Rahul Gandhi's 'sleeping' act: Look beyond the mockerythough subject to mockery and signals lethargy, experts have felt these acts he
Rahul Gandhi's 'sleeping' act: Look beyond the mockery
Business Standard India / Posted 7 days ago
though subject to mockery and signals lethargy, experts have felt these acts help in boosting productivity Even as the Parliament witnessed intense debates and protests on the back of violence in Gujarat, one man’s ‘calm and composed’ antics... Read more
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asianage
Parliament diaryPM changes the concept of treasury benches The concept of treasury benches is f
Parliament diary
asianage / Posted 8 days ago
PM changes the concept of treasury benches The concept of treasury benches is followed in Indian Parliament as it is in the House of Commons of the British Parliament. So the benches to the right of the Speaker are traditionally reserved for the... Read more
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BBC News
Why the death of militant Burhan Wani has Kashmiris up in armsthem civilian protesters, killed by Indian forces. The hanging of Afzal Guru, a
Why the death of militant Burhan Wani has Kashmiris up in arms
BBC News / Posted 11 days ago
them civilian protesters, killed by Indian forces. The hanging of Afzal Guru, a Kashmiri separatist convicted over the 2001 Indian parliament attack, also intensified anger and a sense of isolation. The final straw in recent times, seems to be the... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
There is ‘no Kashmir issue’ between India, Pak: MoS in PM’s officeof Kashmir between India and Pakistan and we are not ready to accept it,” he sa
There is ‘no Kashmir issue’ between India, Pak: MoS in PM’s office
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 12 days ago
of Kashmir between India and Pakistan and we are not ready to accept it,” he said. “...it was way back in 1994 that the Indian parliament passed a unanimous resolution stating that if at all there is any outstanding issue, it is how to retrieve... Read more
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dna
There is no issue of Kashmir between India and Pakistan: Jitendra Singhis no issue of Kashmir between Indian and Pakistan and we are not ready to acce
There is no issue of Kashmir between India and Pakistan: Jitendra Singh
dna / Posted 12 days ago
is no issue of Kashmir between Indian and Pakistan and we are not ready to accept it. "...it was way back in 1994 that Indian Parliament passed an unanimous resolution stating that if at all there is any outstanding issue, it is how to retrieve... Read more
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The Hindu
There is ‘no Kashmir issue’ between India and Pakistan: Jitendra Singhissue of Kashmir between India and Pakistan and we are not ready to accept it,’
There is ‘no Kashmir issue’ between India and Pakistan: Jitendra Singh
The Hindu / Posted 12 days ago
issue of Kashmir between India and Pakistan and we are not ready to accept it,’ he said. ”...it was way back in 1994 that Indian Parliament passed an unanimous resolution stating that if at all there is any outstanding issue, it is how to retrieve... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
For India’s stolen children, a journey into slaveryfor more shelters and a rehabilitation fund to help victims rebuild their lives
For India’s stolen children, a journey into slavery
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 14 days ago
for more shelters and a rehabilitation fund to help victims rebuild their lives. The final bill could be presented in the Indian parliament by year’s end. But will a new legal framework be enough? Some say that trafficking is too complex a... Read more
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dna
UK feared India-Pakistan nuclear war in 2001: Iraq war inquiryThe UK feared an India-Pakistan nuclear war in the wake of the terror attack on
UK feared India-Pakistan nuclear war in 2001: Iraq war inquiry
dna / Posted 21 days ago
The UK feared an India-Pakistan nuclear war in the wake of the terror attack on the Indian Parliament in 2001 and tried to "persuade and cajole" the two countries to pull back from a military confrontation, according to evidence presented to an... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
India-Pak tensions pre-occupied UK before 2003 warforeign policy priority for the UK was Afghanistan. Towards the close of the ye
India-Pak tensions pre-occupied UK before 2003 war
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 21 days ago
foreign policy priority for the UK was Afghanistan. Towards the close of the year, following the terrorist attack on the Indian parliament on 13 December 2001, the possibility – verging it appeared at times on the probability – of a military... Read more
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The Indian Express
UK feared India-Pakistan nuclear war in 2001: Iraq war inquiryUK tried to diffuse tensions between nuclear powers India and Pakistan post the
UK feared India-Pakistan nuclear war in 2001: Iraq war inquiry
The Indian Express / Posted 21 days ago
UK tried to diffuse tensions between nuclear powers India and Pakistan post the 2001 terrorist attack on the Indian Parliament. The UK feared an India-Pakistan nuclear war in the wake of the terror attack on the Indian Parliament in 2001 and tried... Read more
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Quartz
Bromance aside, Obama regime doesn’t really think much of Modi’s performance or India’s GDP figuresso most observers assumed his government would be able to implement reforms mor
Bromance aside, Obama regime doesn’t really think much of Modi’s performance or India’s GDP figures
Quartz / Posted 21 days ago
so most observers assumed his government would be able to implement reforms more smoothly. That hasn’t been the case. The Indian Parliament has failed to pass some key reforms, the US government said, citing examples of the land acquisition bill... Read more
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The Financial Express
UK feared India – Pakistan nuclear war in 2001: Iraq war inquiryat the time Colin Powell. (Reuters) The UK feared an India-Pakistan nuclear wa
UK feared India – Pakistan nuclear war in 2001: Iraq war inquiry
The Financial Express / Posted 21 days ago
at the time Colin Powell. (Reuters) The UK feared an India-Pakistan nuclear war in the wake of the terror attack on the Indian Parliament in 2001 and tried to “persuade and cajole” the two countries to pull back from a military confrontation,... Read more
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The Economic Times
UK feared India-Pakistan nuclear war in 2001: Iraq war inquiryforeign policy priority for the UK was Afghanistan. Towards the close of the ye
UK feared India-Pakistan nuclear war in 2001: Iraq war inquiry
The Economic Times / Posted 21 days ago
foreign policy priority for the UK was Afghanistan. Towards the close of the year, following the terrorist attack on the Indian Parliament on December 13, 2001, the possibility - verging it appeared at times on the probability - of a military... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
India-Pakistan tensions pre-occupied UK before Iraq invasionforeign policy priority for the UK was Afghanistan. Towards the close of the ye
India-Pakistan tensions pre-occupied UK before Iraq invasion
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 22 days ago
foreign policy priority for the UK was Afghanistan. Towards the close of the year, following the terrorist attack on the Indian parliament on 13 December 2001, the possibility – verging it appeared at times on the probability – of a military... Read more
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New Kerala
Manipur: ILP: Impending Crisis - newkerala.com #85905and cultural onslaughts by outsiders. The first demand for the extension of th
Manipur: ILP: Impending Crisis - newkerala.com #85905
New Kerala / Posted 23 days ago
and cultural onslaughts by outsiders. The first demand for the extension of the ILP system to Manipur was made in the Indian Parliament in 1980. The mass movement in support of this demand Manipur commenced in 2011, after Census of Manipur... Read more
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dna
Fighter jet Tejas' induction into IAF is a milestone, but a lot remains to be doneIAF’s depleting combat squadrons, and in turn security implications, have repea
Fighter jet Tejas' induction into IAF is a milestone, but a lot remains to be done
dna / Posted 27 days ago
IAF’s depleting combat squadrons, and in turn security implications, have repeatedly come up for discussion in the Indian parliament. IAF has been forced to extend the MiG 21 fleet, which is mired in depleting spares, at the cost of... Read more
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Aljazeera
India: Muslim women fight to overturn triple talaqBoard, they are free to get married under the Special Marriage Act." The Spec
India: Muslim women fight to overturn triple talaq
Aljazeera / Posted 27 days ago
Board, they are free to get married under the Special Marriage Act." The Special Marriage Act of 1954 was enacted by the Indian parliament to provide a special form of marriage for the people of India and all Indian nationals in foreign countries... Read more
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New Kerala
Parl Monsoon Session to start from July 18 - newkerala.com #83565New Delhi, June 29 : The monsoon session of the Indian Parliament will commence
Parl Monsoon Session to start from July 18 - newkerala.com #83565
New Kerala / Posted 29 days ago
New Delhi, June 29 : The monsoon session of the Indian Parliament will commence from July 18. The session will continue till Aug 12. Union parliamentary affairs minister M Venkaiah Naidu said he hopes that the GST Bill is passed during the... Read more
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