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Archives for September 21, 2016

Reservation in promotions for SC/ST category: Appeal by MP Government is listed for hearing in weekly list

Newsroom24x7 Staff New Delhi: The appeal against the High Court order that struck down Madhya Pradesh provision for reservation in promotions in state government departments for those belonging to the Scheduled Caste and Schedules Tribe (SC/ST) category, which was filed in Supreme Court by Madhya Pradesh Government, is listed for hearing in Supreme Court Weekly List No. 23 of 2016

Madhya Pradesh is an ideal destination for investment: Shivraj Singh Chouhan

Newsroom24x7 Staff Hyderabad: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today addressed industrialists here and in Bengaluru and urged them to come and invest in the central Indian State of Madhya Pradesh. Chouhan told the industrialists that Madhya Pradesh is an ideal destination for investment, given its central location and wide-ranging opportunities. He focussed attention on the double

Human Rights Council General Debate: India puts Pakistan in the dock for spreading terror

Lalit Shastri India used the Human Rights Council general debate in Geneva on the human rights situations requiring the Council’s attention as a platform to corner Pakistan by projecting that it was fabricating facts and figures over the situation in Kashmir. Using its right of reply on 19 September, India stated that illegal occupation of

America – A rare superpower, has been willing to think beyond narrow self-interest: Barack Obama

Newsroom24x7 Staff We take it as a given that great powers no longer fight world wars; that the end of the Cold War lifted the shadow of nuclear Armageddon; that the battlefields of Europe have been replaced by peaceful union; that China and India remain on a path of remarkable growth. -Barack Obama New York:

War, abuses of human rights, global terrorism, climate change, mass movement of people and poverty are major threats: Theresa May

Newsroom24x7 Staff New York: British Prime Minister Theresa May told the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday that some of the threats the world faces today are war, political instability, abuses of human rights and poverty, global terrorism, climate change, and unprecedented mass movements of people. Addressing the General Assembly, the British PM said these challenges

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