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Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh
PM Modi announces 100% hike in compensation for ASHA workers
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, today announced a landmark increase in remuneration for ASHA and Anganwadi workers.

The announcement which will be effective
BJP: Cong hit the core of banking system
New Delhi

The ruling BJP on Tuesday mounted a scathing attack on the Congress leadership blaming it for the mammoth non-performing assets of Indian banks and asked as to why
Congress, TDP, CPI form alliance in Telangana
Hyderabad
In a major development, opposition Congress, TDP and CPI on Tuesday joined hands to form a grand alliance to take on the ruling TRS in Telangana in the ensuing
PUNJAB TO SUPPLY LIVE PIGS TO NAGALAND WORTH RS. 200 CRORE PER ANNUM: BALBIR SINGH SIDHU
UNDERSTANDING MADE IN THE MEETING WITH THE HIGH LEVEL DELEGATION OF NAGALAND GOVERNMENT, MOU TO BE INKED SOON

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Will summon Home Secys if you don’t file compliance report on lynching: SC to states

New Delhi
With only 11 of the 29 states and seven union territories having filed compliance reports on its order to take steps to check mob lynching, the Supreme Court on Friday warned that it will summon home secretaries of states/UTs if they did not file their reports within a week.

Taking strong exception to non-filing of compliance report by several states and UTs, a Bench headed by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra gave them last opportunity to file their report.

The Centre told the Bench that an empowered Group of Ministers had been set up to consider framing a law on mob violence following the verdict.

The top court was hearing a petition by Congress leader Tehseen Poonawala seeking contempt proceedings against Rajasthan officials including the Chief Secretary and the police chief for allegedly violating its verdict in the alleged lynching of dairy farmer Rakbar Khan on July 20.

Amid growing concern over incidents of mob lynchings in various parts of the country, the Supreme Court had on July 17 ordered a set of preventive, remedial and punitive measures to check vigilante groups from taking law into their own hands.