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Naveen Jindal


Naveen Jindal is a Member of Parliament representing Kurukshetra constituency of Haryana. He is a politician of the Indian Congress Party.

Naveen Jindal is also a businessman.

Personal Biography

Naveen Jindal's brother is Prithvi Jindal and his uncle is Sitaram Jindal.

Naveen Jindal Timeline

On February 12, 2011 Naveen Jindal co-piloted aDassault's Rafael fighter aircraft on the third day of the Aero India 2011.

Naveen Jindal in News

The ""Sonipat Declaration"" on World-Class Universities in BRICS and Emerging Economies
Business Wire IndiaThe Times Higher Education BRICS and Emerging Economies Universities Summit on the theme: “Why Emerging Economies need World Class Universities” held during 2-4 December 2015 was organised by the Times Higher Education (THE), O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU),  Sonipat and the International Institute for Higher Education Research and Capacity Building (IIHEd)

Times Higher Education BRICS & Emerging Economies (2016) Rankings: India Takes 16 Places Among Top 200 Universities in BRICS and Emerging Economies
Business Wire India Indian Institute of Science makes its debut in top 20 at 16th place but India must work harder to compete with other developing nations. India, Brazil, Russia and China all gain strength while South Africa maintains a strong performance. Times Higher Education partners with the O.P Jindal Global University to release rankings in India for the first time

""The BRICS Emerging Economies Universities Summit 2015"" Inaugurated by President Pranab Mukherjee at Rashtrapati Bhawan
Business Wire India Rashtrapati Bhawan Reception  kicked -off key three-day event organized by O.P

Book Launch of ""The President of India and The Governance of Higher Education Institutions""
Business Wire IndiaThe International Institute for Higher Education and Capacity Building (IIHEd), O.P. Jindal Global University recently launched a book written by its faculty members led by its Founding Vice Chancellor Professor C Raj Kumar titled, “The President of India and the Governance of Higher Education Institutions” in the presence of an august gathering in Delhi

Capital Foundation Justice P.N. Bhagwati National Award Conferred on Professor C. Raj Kumar, Vice Chancellor of O.P. Jindal Global University for his Contribution to Human Rights, Legal Education and Institution Building
Business Wire IndiaProfessor (Dr.) C. Raj Kumar, Founding Vice Chancellor of O. P. Jindal Global University was awarded the Capital Foundation Justice P. N

Director Dasari Narayana Rao gets bail in Coal Scam
coal scam,former union minister,dasari narayana rao

JSPL’s Subsidiary Shadeed Iron & Steel LLC (Jindal Shadeed) Signs USD 725 million (around INR 4440crore) Syndicated Term Loan Facility with Bank Muscat
Shadeed Iron & Steel LLC (Jindal Shadeed), a wholly owned subsidiary of Jindal Steel & Power Ltd. (JSPL) and Bank Muscat today signed the successful financial closure of USD 725 million (around Rs. 4440 crore) syndicated term loan facility. The facility was oversubscribed with commitments in excess of USD 855 million received as against the required commitments of USD 725 million

CBI questions Madhu Koda in coal blocks allocation scam
CBI has questioned former Jharkhand chief minister Madhu Koda in connection to the multi-crore coal blocks allocation scam

Josh Dreller of Visual IQ to Moderate Social Attribution Panel at Digital Analytics Association's Dallas Symposium
Visual IQ, the leading cross channel marketing attribution software provider, today announced that Josh Dreller, Sr. Director, Client & Industry Solutions, will moderate a panel for digital marketers at the Digital Analytics Association's Dallas Symposium

Indian business leaders view Myanmar as a growing opportunity for trade
Indian business leaders, including the chairman of telecom service provider Bharti Airtel, Sunil Bharti Mittal, and steel industrialist and lawmaker, Naveen Jindal, have said that the time is right to increase trade and business with Myanmar in the light of recent developments in the country.

India- Myanmar to improve connectivity, security and trade
At a time when Myanmar is undergoing rapid transformation towards becoming a constitutional democracy, India and Myanmar have decided to ramp up mutual trade, connectivity and security cooperation.

New defence procurement policy likely soon, says defence ministry's finance official
The government is planning to come up with a new Defence Procurement Policy (DPP), as the previous one, which is just about a year old, is not working as expected.

Naveen Jindal meets Mukherjee; discuss power sector reform issues
Lawmaker and industrialist Naveen Jindal has said that Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee has assured to act swiftly on problems faced by industrialists dealing with power sector.

India -China not competing in Myanmar: Krishna
External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna on Monday said India is following its own foreign policy and is undeterred by the growing Chinese influence in neighboring Myanmar.

Lawmakers participate in a car rally to endorse 'save our tigers' campaign
In a bid to spread awareness among people about the diminishing population of tigers in India and to endorse the 'save our tigers' campaign, numerous lawmakers participated in a car rally here on Sunday.

Ten Percent of Group ‘B’ Posts in Paramilitary Forces to be Filled up by Ex-Servicemen
Ten Percent of Group 'B' Posts in Paramilitary Forces to be Filled up by Ex-Servicemen. Government Aggressively Pursuing Measures for Welfare of Ex-Servicemen says Antony

Rajasthan unfurls tricolour on 209-foot long pole in Jaipur
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot hoisted the Indian flag on 209 foot long pole here. It is said to be the tallest in India.

Lokpal Bill: Stakeholders appeal for a meeting minds for resolution
Saturday, the fifth day of the indefinite fast commenced by well known social activist and anti-graft campaigner Anna Hazare saw a cross-section of society, including stakeholders, politicians, parliamentarians, ministers, activists and others giving their views on the issue of corruption, and what would be the most effective way to tackle the menace.

Indo- Pak parliamentarians meet in New Delhi to boost bilateral ties
Aiming to strengthen bilateral ties, parliamentary delegations from India and Pakistan met in New Delhi on Wednesday to bridge the trust deficit and boost people-to-people contact between the two Asian neighbours.

Supporters express happiness as Government accepts demands of anti-corruption crusader
Hundreds of supporters of veteran social activist Anna Hazare welcomed the central government's assurance to issue a notification for setting up a committee to redraft the Ombudsman Bill.

Adolescent Indian girls most vulnerable: UNICEF report
With the highest adolescent population in India, the real challenge for the nation is to provide nutrition, health and education in this segment, especially for girls, according to a UNICEF report.

9 in 10 Delhiites still need to be vaccinated against Hepatitis B Virus: Experts
Experts attending a Hepatitis B Awareness Camp" at the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS) in Vasant Kunj, South Delhi, on Saturday said that nine out of every ten residents in New Delhi still need to be vaccinated against the Hepatitis B virus.

MoD creating environment for indigenisation of defence equipment: Antony
Defence Minister AK Antony on Tuesday said the Ministry of Defence (MoD) is making all efforts to create an environment for speedy indigenisation of defence systems and platforms.

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