Thursday, July 31, 2014

Current Affairs 31 July, 2014

Current Affairs 31 July, 2014 : VVIP chopper scam details may stay secret, The authorities insisted that the deal between Finmeccanica and prosecutors would have no impact on investigations and other.

Centre moves to revamp MGNREGA

Aam Aadmi MPs seek bigger, better houses

Soon, biometric system in all ministries

Madras HC trashes plea against Sanskrit Week

Air India staff found smuggling gold

No idea what Rane was promised when he joined Cong: Chavan

Three dead in cloudburst in Uttarakhand

US brackets UP with Syria, Iraq

Kumbakonam school tragedy: Angry parents will appeal verdict

Kumbakonam school tragedy: For survivor who braved odds, blaze is now only a bad dream

Amit Shah to address parliamentary party meet

Haryana Congress leader planning BJP switch?

Cabinet nod for labour law reforms

Himachal Pradesh princely estate to coronate new king on August 4

Govt departments owe Doordarshan over Rs 79cr: Prakash Javadekar

Appointment of state commissioners: BJP demands FIR against chief secretary : After meeting the governor, Sharma claimed that Solanki has assured to take action in the matter after going through the file.

Himachal Pradesh to take up revival of rock salt project with Centre : Himachal Pradesh has stepped up efforts to revive the rock salt mines of Mandi district by setting up a big plant there.

Now, Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee may lose its role in Takht Hazur Sahib Board : Sources in Takht Hazur Sahib informed TOI on Wednesday that the recommendations had been sent to Maharashtra government for making suitable changes in Takht Sri Hazur Abchalnagar Sahib Board Nanded Act, 1956.

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Shia cleric threatens to launch statewide agitation
Shia cleric Maulana Kalbe Jawwad met chief minister Akhilesh Yadav on Wednesday evening and gave him two days time to fulfill his demands, failing which he threatened to launch a statewide agitation.

UP government rebuts US report; says only one big riot in 2013 : According to the US report titled ?International Religious Freedom Report for 2013', UP saw the largest number of deaths in communal incidents for two consecutive years.

Govt sends more officials to Libya
With more and more Indians, including many nurses, in Libya wanting to return home, the government on Wednesday dispatched more officials to its mission in Tripoli.

Clerics move government to help Palestinians
The Eid-ul-Fitr namaz offered an occasion to the clerics who led the prayers to condemn violence in Iraq and Gaza.They urged Indian government and international community to initiate steps to control the situation.

'How do we answer queries on achchhe din?'
Facing sarcastic remarks from all quarters over delay in arrival of Narendra Modi's promised ?achchhe din' Bharatiya Janata Party workers are a troubled lot.

Beas in spate, Kullu administration removes temporary structures : The width of Beas river has increased up to three times due to continuous sliding of its banks after several floods during the last three decades.

Court frames charges against Kuldeep Bishnoi, 26 others in assault case : A local court framed charges against Haryana Janhit Congress (HJC) chief Kuldeep Bishnoi and his supporters on Wednesday in the case of assaulting and preventing government officials from discharging their duty.

US probe exposes flaws behind Obamacare rollout
Republicans have hammered at the president over the program known as Obamacare and hope to capitalize on its problems in the November congressional elections.

Attack on Gaza school 'shameful': UN
"Nothing is more shameful than attacking sleeping children," Ban said on his arrival in San Jose, Costa Rica."I condemn this attack in the strongest possible terms."

Libya Islamists seize Benghazi army base

Ebola outbreak: Liberia's president closes schools

US House panel calls on China to end organ harvesting

European ransoms bankrolling Qaida

MH17 trial not likely at International Criminal Court: Report

US probe exposes flaws behind Obamacare rollout

US House panel calls on China to end organ harvesting

The Indian-American finger on US nuclear button

Republicans ready to push lawsuit against Barack Obama

Risky clients? HSBC closes accounts of Muslims in UK
African girls to sue British Airways over pilot abuse
Hindujas roll out London's first pure electric buses with zero tailpipe emissions.

We won’t start World War III over Ukraine, British Prime Minister David Cameron says

11 Indians caught in Turkey for using forged UK visas

Family seeks help for Indian missing in Australia

Indian returns lost purse filled with 25,000 dirhams in UAE

Indian-origin boy's death to be independently probed in Scotland

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