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2010 June National Issues





UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi laid the foundation of the  8.8-km-long   Rohtang tunnel  at  Dhundi near Manali (Himachal Pradesh).









    The first World Classical Tamil Conference was held  in  Coimbatore.  President Pratibha Devisingh Patil   presented   the   Kalaignar   M. Karunanidhi Classical Tamil Award to Asko Parpola for his work on the Dravidian hypothesis in the interpretation of the Indus script. 









      The  Group  of  Ministers  (GoM)  submitted  their report to Prime
      Minister Manmohan Singh addressing the  legal, medical, humanitarian,
      environmental and other  aspects  of  the  Bhopal gas leak disaster. The GoM  recommended Rs. 1,500-crore package for the victims. 











        The  Central  Advisory  Board  of  Education (CABE) endorsed  the  setting up of the proposed National Commission for Higher Education and Research (NCHER)  as
         an apex body entrusted with framing policy,  and   to  bring   within   its 
        ambit,  medical education  and  other disciplines of higher education and 
        research. 











          The   75th   conference   of   presiding   officers   of legislatives bodies
          from different parts of the country was  held  in  Srinagar  (J&K). 











            The  Planning  Commission  estimated four percent growth in the agriculture sector during the XII Plan (2012-17). 









              The      Representation      of      the      People's (Amendment) Bill  aimed at
              NRIs for voting rights in  India  was cleared by a GoM  headed by Defence
              Minister  A.K. Antony  and  is  likely to be presented soon  before  the 
              Cabinet. 











                The  government  of  India has declared the Indian Mujahideen (IM), suspected
                 to be a shadow outfit of  the banned Students  Islamic Movement of India
                (SIMI)   and   Pakistan-based   Lashkar-e-Taiba,   a terrorist   outfit. 










                  Jharkhand    came     under   Central    rule   with President Pratibha
                  Patil accepting a recommendation of the Union Cabinet after the Congress
                   and the BJP gave  up  efforts  to form an alternative government following
                    the  resignation  of  Chief Minister  Shibu Soren. 







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