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After Lucknow, UP govt to push for Metro project in other cities as well

Sep 16, 2014

After Lucknow, UP govt to push for Metro project in other cities as well

The Uttar Pradesh government has decided to run metro rail in Meerut, Kanpur, Allahabad and Varanasi, after pushing for a similar project in Lucknow. #Uttar Pradesh #NewsTracker #lUCKNOW #Kanpur #Varanasi #Uttar Pradesh government #Meerut #Allahabad #Metro services
Train service to Kashmir valley partially resumed following flood damage

Sep 15, 2014

Train service to Kashmir valley partially resumed following flood damage

After remaining disrupted for 11 days, Railways on Monday partially resumed train services in Kashmir Valley following restoration of tracks damaged by flood waters. #Kashmir #Floods #Railways #Kashmir Valley #trains #J&K floods #trains service
Three percent quota for disabled mandatory for all govt jobs SC

Sep 12, 2014

Three percent quota for disabled mandatory for all govt jobs SC

The Supreme Court on Friday held that three percent reservation for disabled persons be given in all category of government jobs. #India #Supreme Court #IAS #TheySaidIt #Chief Justice of India #Reservation #quota #differently-abled #Disabled #Civil Services #Government Jobs #RM Lodha
Need consensus on Goods and Services Tax for autonomy Jaya to other states

Sep 11, 2014

Need consensus on Goods and Services Tax for autonomy Jaya to other states

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa has written to all her counterparts to form a consensus on the Goods and Services Tax. #Economy #India #Tamil Nadu #Finance minister #NewsTracker #J. Jayalalithaa #Arun Jaitley #Goods and Services Tax #GST #Tamil Nadu CM #fiscal autonomy
Jammu and Kashmir floods Telecom services slowly being restored

Sep 10, 2014

Jammu and Kashmir floods Telecom services slowly being restored

Telecom services in the flood-hit Kashmir valley are slowly being restored with operators resuming network connectivity in various parts of the region. #India #Bharti Airtel #Jammu and Kashmir #Vodafone #NewsTracker #BSNL #Floods #telecom services

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Not dharna, here's 5 ways police reform can actually be done

Feb 05, 2014

Not dharna, here's 5 ways police reform can actually be done

The events that unfolded in Delhi last month culminating in the dharna, could have provided a great platform for all right-minded citizens, legislators, journalists and opinion-shapers to fix the spotlight firmly on the issue of police reforms. #US #Delhi #Arvind Kejriwal #Q&A #UK #States #Indian Police Service #AAP #constabulary #Police reform
Why so few Muslims are IAS officers: Poor participation in civil service exams

Jan 26, 2014

Why so few Muslims are IAS officers: Poor participation in civil service exams

Muslim groups must study this data on participation of the community's young men and women in the civil service exams and see how to improve their position. #Congress #Bharatiya Janata Party #Union Public Service Commission #IAS #Muslims #civil service examinations

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Why so few Muslims are IAS officers: Poor participation in civil service exams

Sep 16, 2014

China's Baidu partners with BMW on driverless car research

Chinese search giant Baidu has entered into a partnership with BMW to jointly research driverless car technologies, with the goal of developing a semi-autonomous vehicle in three years. On Tuesday, Baidu signed a joint research contract with BMW that... #China #BMW
Why so few Muslims are IAS officers: Poor participation in civil service exams

Sep 16, 2014

Facebook open sources its mcrouter data-caching tool

Facebook is releasing mcrouter, its software for turning many cache servers around the world into one distributed system, as open source. The company announced the release on Monday at its @Scale conference in San Francisco, where it also launched a ... #China #BMW
Why so few Muslims are IAS officers: Poor participation in civil service exams

Sep 15, 2014

Netflix launches in France, complete with a Franc-o-fied 'House of Cards'

In a move to woo French viewers and placate French regulators, Netflix’s France service, which just launched Monday, will feature the eight-part TV series Marseille later next year. Think of it as a House of Cards clone that has been tailored to talk... #Washington, D.C. #Netflix