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Amarnath yatra begins on Wednesday
Amid tight security arrangements, annual Amarnath yatra will begin from Jammu tomorrow, as the first batch of over 5,000 pilgrims will leave for 3,888-metre high cave shrine in south Kashmir Himalayas.
BJP top leaders review progress in `Namami Gange` project
Top BJP leaders Tuesday reviewed the progress in the 'Namami Gange' project to which government has allotted a whopping Rs 20,000 crore.
2,400 additional BSF troops deployed in Amarnath yatra route
As many as 2,400 additional personnel of BSF have been deployed in Jammu and Kashmir to ensure security during the Amarnath yatra beginning on Thursday.
JEE ranks announcement delay gives anxious moments to students
The delay in the announcement of JEE (Main) ranks for paper-I and paper-II has led to the postponement of admission to IITs and NITs, raising anxiety among students.
IIM Bill to be introduced during Monsoon session of Parliament
Union HRD Ministry is likely to introduce the tweaked version of the controversial IIM Bill in the Monsoon session of Parliament beginning July 21, the draft of which has come under immense criticism from the premier B-schools.
Government plans to cancel FCRA registration of Teesta`s NGOs
Government plans to cancel the registration of two NGOs of social activist Teesta Setalvad for alleged violations of Foreign Currency Regulation Act.
PM Modi expresses sadness over Indonesia plane crash
 Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday expressed sadness over the news of plane crash in Indonesia."News of the plane crash in Indonesia is deeply unfortunate.
Govt to be soft on `genuine` NGOs doing good work
 After taking a series of action against "erring" NGOs, the Centre is planning to roll out guidelines to help "genuine" voluntary organisations dedicated to welfare of people and society.
Centre wants social security for more Northeast people
The central government wants social security schemes like EPF and ESIC to cover more and more people in the Northeastern region, Union Labour and Employment Minister Bandaru Dattatreya said here on Tuesday.
India to ink agreement with Myanmar, Thailand: Nitin Gadkari
In the wake of an agreement between India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan for unhindered vehicular movement, a similar accord with Myanmar and Thailand will facilitate smoother surface movement in the region, union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Tuesday.
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