Party spokesman Randeep Surjewala said that ego is the biggest enemy of those in power.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said people must be restrained in their comments because our agenda on governance go in one direction and these statements could be policy diversion.
Senior Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia alleged that woes of farmers got compounded and inflation soared in the last two years under the Narendra Modi government.
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The Obama Administration has strongly defended its decision to back India's membership in the NSG, rebutting a known anti-India Senator who opposed the move.
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Aditya Mehta put India 1-0 in front with a comprehensive 88-15 victory over Mohammed Shehab before Advani increased the lead by vanquishing Mohammed Al Joker 67-19.
There will be an annual workshop in India and in Japan for bilateral knowledge and technology exchanges.
The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved the National Capital Goods Policy for the country's capital goods sector in a bid to create over 21 million new jobs by 2025.
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Banerjee also made a few changes in the frontal organizations of the party.
"The violence has been intensified after the polls."
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STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE
Burdwan, 4 March
The Burdwan University has become a premier institution in the state, being set to float distance B Ed
courses. In the first year, 500 applicants would be accommodated, senior officials said today.
The Burdwan University, considering the difficulty faced by the aspirants for long, had started planning to offer distance courses for B Ed, which according to Dr Smritikumar Sarkar, Vice-Chancellor, has finally been approved by the UGC. “We shall start the courses from 2014-15 academic session,” Dr Sarkar said.
Admission for the course would begin in July.
To cater to the needs of the students, the Burdwan University, is set to float Study Centres in different locations in North Bengal and South Bengal.
In South Bengal two centres, in Bankura and Bolpur, will be set up. “Another centre is being planned for the Sundarban areas,” Dr Sarkar said.
The Burdwan University authorities have set up a panel of experts to prepare study materials for the purpose.
Besides, Burdwan University is gearing up to float Post-Graduate courses on Drama, Painting and Music individually.