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Took new measures against Delhi air pollution: Minister

New Delhi, Dec 28: Union Environment Minister Harsh Vardhan on Thursday said dust coming in from the Gulf and stubble burning were the major...

Jharkhand Governor Draupadi Murmu pledges to donate Eyes at Run of Vision programme by Kashyap Memorial Eye Hospital

Ranchi, Septemeber 03, 2016: Jharkhand Governor Draupadi Murmu announced on Saturday that she will donate her eyes at the Run of Vision programme organised...

Government has vitiated political atmosphere, Modi an autocrat: Jairam Ramesh

By Prashant Sood New Delhi: The country's political atmosphere has been vitiated by the "confrontationist attitude" of the government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is an...

Congress opposes land acquisition bill on three key issues

By NewsGram Staff Writer Congress leader Jairam Ramesh on Wednesday said his party had differences with the Central government on three issues concerning the land...

Ruling Party Vs Opposition: a continuous series of political vendetta and gluttony

By Sreyashi Mazumdar   Bhains ke Aage Been Bajana (In English, it translates to: 'reading a book in front of a buffalo') While looking at the aforementioned...

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