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Kiren Rijiju & Tarun Gogoi pay homage to Assam SP killed in gun battle

Guwahati, June 07 (ANI): Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju on Saturday visited Guwahati city in Assam to pay tribute to a Superintendent of Police and a policeman who was killed by a militant outfit. Rijiju, accompanied by state Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, paid homage to the martyr. He visited the state following the directive of Home Minister Rajnath Singh following the killing of the senior officer. The Karbi Peoples' Liberation Tigers (KPLT) militants killed a Superintendent of Police and another policeman in Assam's Karbi Anglong district on Thursday during police action. During the visit, Rijiju is expected to hold a meeting with state government officials and take stock of the law and order situation. Jun 7, 2014
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Modi asks MPs not to touch his feet, politicos react

New Delhi, June 07 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked the Members of Parliament to stop touching his or other senior party leaders' feet while greeting them at the party's parliamentary meet. He also said that the MPs must be well prepared before speaking in the house and must have the right perspective on issues so that they do not strike a discordant note with the party's views, according to media reports. Reacting over this Congress leader Rashid Alvi said that it would not be right for him to comment on the instructions Modi gave to his leaders but it the tradition in India to touch feet of elders. Meanwhile BJD leader Jay Panda welcomed this and said that it is a good signal that PM is sending out. Jun 7, 2014
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Prakash Javadekar files nomination for Rajya Sabha from Bhopal

Bhopal, June 07 (ANI): Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar on Saturday filed his nomination for Rajya Sabha from Bhopal. He was accompanied by party state President Narendra Singh Tomar while filing his nominations. He said that he is happy to be representing Madhya Pradesh in the Upper House of the Parliament and said that he will work for the state. Javadekar was inducted into the council of ministers on May 26. Jun 7, 2014
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Defence Minister Arun Jaitley visits Western Naval

Mumbai, June 07 (ANI): Defence Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday visited Western Naval Command to review the operational preparedness. Jaitley may get to see the salvaged INS Sindhurakshak submarine during his visit, which had sunk on August 14 last year after an explosion. During his visit to the Western Command, Jaitley will also commission two fast-attack craft ICGS Achook and ICGS Agrim, of the Indian Coast Guard. This is Jaitley's maiden visit as Defence Minister. Jaitley will also visit INS Viraat in Mumbai harbour and then move to review the functioning and operational preparedness of the Western Naval Command. Jun 7, 2014
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SP set to hire PR firm to build brand UP

New Delhi, June 07 (ANI): Samajwadi Party is all set to hire a PR firm to market its pro-people schemes. The move to build a brand UP, which has already received approval from the "top", is now up for state Cabinet ratification. Commenting on the same, SP leader Naresh Agarwal said that this is a good decision. He said that if Narendra Modi can come to branding using PR firms, then the same is very normal in the case of UP too. Jun 7, 2014
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Reactions flow in over rift within AAP, party says things will get better soon

New Delhi, June 07 (ANI): Reactions flow in as reports of rift within AAP surfaced, though party negated any such news. Congress leader JP Aggarwal said that AAP is not a party and that there is no structure of the party. BJP Vice President Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said that the way AAP campaigned against democracy, the party is facing the result of the same. Meanwhile, AAP leader Jarnail Singh refuted any such claims and said that things will get better soon. He said that the party didn’t get time to structure itself and now they are getting structured and that there are normal disruptions in any party and the same applies to AAP. Jun 7, 2014
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Narendra Modi felicitates two Youngsters for Climbing Mount Everest

New Delhi, June 07 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi felicitated two young mountaineers who made the country proud by scaling world’s highest summit, Mount Everest. Modi met the teenagers, Malavath Poorna 13, Anand Kumar 17 in person and presented them with certificates for their remarkable achievement. Poorna made history as the youngest female ever to reach the top of the mountain at the age of 13 years. Thrilled to meet the Indian PM Modi, Poorna said it was a dream come true to achieve such an honour. Jun 7, 2014
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Corporate honchos discuss measures for economic growth with Finance Minister ahead of budget 2014

New Delhi, June 07 (ANI): Top business tycoons discussed growth in manufacturing sector, creation of non farm jobs and employment centric policies with Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to boost economy, during the pre budget meet in New Delhi. Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), President Sidharth Birla advocated measures to improve manufacturing sector for an overall economic growth. Chairman of the board, Videocon Industries Ltd, maker of electronics and home appliances, Venugopal Dhoot said that GST would usher in a new indirect tax regime which would subsume levies such as excise, service and local taxes. Chairman and Managing Director of Biocon Limited, a biotechnology company based in IT hub Bangalore, Kiran Mazumdar Shaw was hopeful that the new government would fulfill its commitment towards economic growth. Jun 7, 2014
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Afghanistan has concrete leads on Indian aid worker, claims MEA

New Delhi, June 07 (ANI): The Ministry of External Affairs said that Afghanistan has concrete leads now on Indian aid worker who was abducted in Herat. While addressing a news conference in New Delhi, MEA Spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said the Afghan authorities have been taking the case very seriously even beyond their expectations. Jun 7, 2014
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Politicians condemn abduction of Indian worker in Afghanistan, press for speedy release

Chennai, June 07 (ANI): Political fraternity condemned the abduction of an Indian aid worker in Afghanistan, and pressed the government to expedite action for his safe release. Cutting across party lines, the leaders from various political parties urged the government to speed up the process for the release of priest Alexis Prem Kumar, who was kidnapped in Herat province of Afghanistan, earlier this month. Leaders made personal appeal to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to talk tough with Afghanistan government and press for safe release of the abducted priest. Meanwhile, CPI leader D Raja said that the abduction was human rights violations and the central government should work towards the release of the priest at the earliest. Echoing similar sentiments, Senior Congress leader, Digvijay Singh said the Modi government should take every possible measure for the release of the worker. Jun 7, 2014
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Youth in Tripura make use of bamboo to be self-employed

Tripura, June 07 (ANI): A group of unemployed youth launched Bamboo Enterprises United (BENU), a handicraft workshop and community facility centre, in Katlamara village in 2004. The aim was to be self employed by utilising the locally available Kanakaich variety of bamboo. The village was once a hotbed for militants and lacked proper employment and business opportunities for the youth. These young entrepreneurs provided training to rural artisans to create various bamboo items, including furniture More than 100 people are currently engaged with the project and supply bamboo products in the country and abroad. The Kanakaich variety of bamboo was earlier used only for making police batons. The furniture made of it is quite popular now. Jun 7, 2014