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Lal Bahadur Shastri

About Lal Bahadur Shastri

Lal Bahadur Shastri is a former Indian Prime Minister. An award on his name Lal Bahadur Shastri National Award for Excellence in Public Administration, Academics and Management was instituted which is presented to personality with superior business leadership.

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GCMMF Receives Prestigious CNN-IBN ‘Innovating for a Better Tomorrow’ Award
GCMMF, which markets the highly popular AMUL brand of milk and dairy products was conferred CNN-IBN ‘Innovating for a better tomorrow Award,  one of the most prestigious awards for innovation in India. CNN-IBN Innovation Award was conferred on GCMMF for its innovative and unique contribution to nation-building and its role in creating a socio-economic revolution in rural India

4th Annual India Leadership Conclave and Indian Affairs Business Leadership Award 2013 Nominations Gain Momentum as India Votes to Chose Leaders
The much awaited & prestigious 4th Annual India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards Nominations ( Finalists 2013 are announced today with voting line open organized by Indian Affairs, Asia’s biggest title in News Analysis (www.indianaffairs

Vayalar Ravi dismisses Cabinet reshuffle report
Union Minister of Overseas Indian Affairs Vayalar Ravi on Tuesday rubbished media reports that he along with several other senior UPA ministers has written to Congress President Sonia Gandhi willing to be relieved of their portfolios.

Ministers write to Sonia Gandhi, say they want to work for Congress Party
Several senior ministers of the Manmohan Singh-led UPA-II Cabinet have reportedly written to Congress President Sonia Gandhi, saying that they would like to be relieved of their portfolios and would like to work for the party.

Manmohan Singh says Government committed to develop Sanskrit
Emphasising that the Sanskrit language has been the source of values and ideals that have sustained India through the ages, Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh on Thursday said that the Central Government is committed to the promotion and development of Sanskrit.

India committed to socio-cultural transformation of Africa: M. Ganapathi
M. Ganapathi, Secretary (West), Ministry of External Affairs on Thursday highlighted India's efforts to engage with the African Nations on issues related to global security, especially piracy and terrorism on the Somalian coast.

'Inclusive Asia' necessary for stability in region: Mathai
Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai on Monday said "India is a meeting point of influences of West, North, East and South East Asia."

Nation pays tribute to Indira Gandhi on her 94th birth anniversary
The nation on Saturday paid tribute to former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on her 94th birth anniversary.

2 G scam petitioner Swamy views Rahul Gandhi as a nincompoop
Founder-President of the Janata Party (JP) and petitioner in multi-billion telecom scam case, Subramanian Swamy, views Rahul Gandhi, scion of Nehru-Gandhi family that controls the federal ruling Congress party as a Buddhu (nincompoop).

Digvijay Singh lauds Anna's decision to break his vow of silence
Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh on Thursday praised veteran social activist Anna Hazare's decision to break his vow of silence after more than 15 days.

Indian women's hockey team faces financial crisis to host yearly tournaments
The chairman of Lal Bahadur Shastri Hockey Tournament Committee, Kamal Chaudhary, expressing disappointment on Monday said the Indian women's hockey team was not getting adequate support and financial assistance to meet its requirements.

Congress is opposed to fundamentalism of all shades: Sonia Gandhi
Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Sunday said the party is opposed to fundamentalism of all shades-whether by majority or minority organisations.

Nation pays homage to Indira Gandhi on her 93rd birth anniversary
Nation paid homage to former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on her 93rd birth anniversary today.

Toll in Delhi building collapse rises to 64, rescue work still on
The toll in the East Delhi house collapse mounted to 64 this morning even as scores of rescue workers were working to pull out people still trapped inside the debris of the structure.

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