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Petrol to fuel Tata Motors game plan - Calcutta Telegraph

Calcutta TelegraphPetrol to fuel Tata Motors game planCalcutta TelegraphCalcutta, Aug. 1: Tata Motors is looking to tap into the rising demand for petrol vehicles with its new Revotron engines. The company plans to use the engine in its upcoming models .....»»

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Naidu says AP will be Silicon Valley by 2020

Promises project approvals in four weeks To make all villages gibabyte digital villages IT electronics will create 5 lakh jobs by 2020 Subsidy sops for SC ST women entrepreneurs nbsp Other key decisions nbsp Foo.....»»

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Union Bank"s net rises 18.5% - Financial Express

NDTVUnion Bank's net rises 18.5%Financial ExpressSummaryThe Union Bank of India on Friday reported a net profit of R664 crore for the three months to June, an 18.5% rise from R560 crore in the same period last year. The Union Bank of India on Friday r.....»»

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CAG raps govt for poor budgeting - Times of India

IANSCAG raps govt for poor budgetingTimes of IndiaNEW DELHI: The Comptroller and Auditor General has rapped the government for "deficient budgeting", which, it said, is reflected in savings of Rs 100 crore or more in 104 cases. In its audit of Union finan.....»»

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Department of Telecommunications eyes Rs 15000 crore via spectrum sale - Economic Times

Economic TimesDepartment of Telecommunications eyes Rs 15000 crore via spectrum saleEconomic TimesNEW DELHI: The telecom department is planning to raise as much as Rs 15,000 crore in the current fiscal through a mega auction of airwaves in all the bands o.....»»

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Rupee falls 2% in last two sessions - Times of India

NDTVRupee falls 2% in last two sessionsTimes of IndiaMUMBAI: The rupee has weakened by nearly 2% in the last two sessions. On Friday, the rupee fell 63 paise to close at 61.19 — its lowest level since March — compared to previous close of 60.56. Meanw.....»»

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Need to bring back confidence in Infosys: Vishal Sikka - Times of India

Times of IndiaNeed to bring back confidence in Infosys: Vishal SikkaTimes of IndiaBANGALORE: The biggest challenge at Infosys, one that he needs to address first, is to get the sense of confidence back in the company, said VishalSikka, Infosys' newly .....»»

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WTO deal: India draws world fire for sticking to Guntur over Geneva - Economic Times

Economic TimesWTO deal: India draws world fire for sticking to Guntur over GenevaEconomic TimesNEW DELHI: India strongly defended its stand at the World Trade Organization seeking implementation of the entire Bali package, countering the global finger-poi.....»»

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Subrata Roy gets Tihar office for 10 days to sell foreign hotels - Times of India

The HinduSubrata Roy gets Tihar office for 10 days to sell foreign hotelsTimes of IndiaNEW DELHI: In an unprecedented decision, the Supreme Court on Friday allowed Sahara group chief Subrata Roy and two directors to use a temporary office facility within .....»»

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It"s the deadliest strain, says the man who discovered Ebola

The scientist who discovered the Ebola virus from a blood sample of a dying Catholic nun in Congo in 1976 warns that the latest outbreak is caused by the deadliest strain of the virus – 9 out of 10 infected will die from it......»»

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Outgoing NCW chief praises Maneka Gandhi; slams ex-UPA minister Krishna Tirath

Union minister Maneka Gandhi found support from an unlikely quarter for the women and child development ministry’s proposal that juveniles aged between 16-18 years accused in heinous crimes could be tried in adult courts......»»

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Scientific study to get to root of Pune landslip tragedy

"It would not be correct to hazard any guess regarding the causes of this landslide without a scientific study," Rajnath Singh told Rajya Sabha......»»

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Soon you can be allowed to drive at 100 kmph

While cars will be allowed to ply at 100 km per hour, the maximum speed limit for goods vehicles will be 80 km. Motor cycles will also be allowed to ply at 80 kmph against the earlier norm of 50 kmph......»»

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CAG raps govt for poor budgeting

The Comptroller and Auditor General has rapped the government for "deficient budgeting", which, it said, is reflected in savings of Rs 100 crore or more in 104 cases......»»

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Govt in a bind as UPSC panel recommends status quo

The government is in a bind on how to resolve the grievances of aspirants agitating against the aptitude test (CSAT) and its alleged anti-Hindi bias......»»

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Internal elections to continue in Youth Congress

Youth Congress will continue with organizational elections, rebuffing the critics who said it was time to put a stop to Rahul Gandhi's experiments......»»

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Pro-ISIS stir a disturbing trend in Valley: Separatists

The unexpected appearance of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS flags during recent anti-Israel protests in Srinagar has left government authorities, Sunni-Barelvi scholars and even Kashmiri separatists searching for answers......»»

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Subrata can negotiate from jail conference room: SC

The Supreme Court on Friday allowed incarcerated Sahara chief Subrata Roy and two other company directors to use the conference room inside Tihar jail premises for 10 days from August 5 to facilitate negotiations with prospective buyers of his hotels in N.....»»

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No legislative agenda for Lok Sabha on Monday

Though the current session of parliament is scheduled till August 14, the government has not listed any legislative business for Monday in Lok Sabha which will just have a 'calling attention', and resume discussion on the flood and drought situation in th.....»»

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Cong rakes up oil-for-food scam to counter Natwar

The Congress on Friday hit back at former external affairs minister Natwar Singh for his statements on party president Sonia Gandhi by bringing up the Volcker Committee's findings on Singh's involvement in the oil-for-food scandal.Congress spokesperson Ab.....»»

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