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Power-hit can’t say hello to LESA!
April 23, 2007
Landline telephones at around 20 sub-stations LESA are either disconnected on non-payment of
or developing a defect ...
UP bans liquor shops in Dalit-dominated areas
April 5, 2008
The Uttar Pradesh government has put a ban on opening liquor shops in and around areas having Dalit population in a bid ...
I-T informers start hunger strike for Rs 127-crore dues
June 30, 2009
Five informers began their hunger strike from Monday at Azad Maidan to press for recovery of their reward money worth Rs ...
After raids, bars thrust permits on tipplers
July 17, 2007
As per the Mumbai
Department norms, people need a permit to drink in bars or buy booze from a wine mart, reports ...
Employing eunuchs to recover dues
March 22, 2007
A village cooperative society in Rajasthan has devised a novel way to recover outstanding
from defaulters, by hirin ...
Marijuana worth Rs 700,000 seized in Orissa, 3 held
May 25, 2007
Three people were arrested on Friday on charges of possessing marijuana worth Rs 700,000 in Orissa's Malkangiri distr ...
UK Govt faces action over 'Gurkha plan'
December 16, 2007
The Govt is facing legal action over alleged plans to cut the pensions of Gurkhas by sacking them before they are due to ...
Ministers to meet this week on petroleum price
December 10, 2007
A GoM on Friday will consider a marginal hike in petrol and diesel costs and a cut in
duty, reports Deepak Joshi.
Govt mulls fresh duty reductions
April 9, 2008
The government is also looking to cut
duty on steel from the existing 14 per cent and reducing duties on inputs s ...
Government offers bailout package to sugar industry
December 10, 2007
Loans equivalent to the notional central
duty payable on total production of sugar during 2006-07 and 2007-08 sug ...
FM may cut duty to spur growth
February 17, 2008
Industry bodies have sought a reduction in
duty from 16 per cent to 8 per cent, report Sanjeev Sinha
FMCG sector cheering a healthy budget
March 4, 2008
Finance minister slashed
rates on breakfast cereals to 8 per cent from 16 per cent, reports Saurabh Turakhia.
Govt releases Rs 109.48 crore for salary
July 11, 2008
Employees of 219 Urban Local Bodies, inclduing seven Corporations, will now get their salary
with the Government re ...
Tiger comes to town.
April 20, 2008
High import and
duties make foreign brands unaffordable for most. Hence the scramble to produce the beer locally, ...
Cement stocks gain due to excise duty cut
May 4, 2007
Govt changes the duty structure and decides to levy an ad-valorem rate of
duty of 12 per cent of the retail sale ...
1984 riots: Widows, orphans, addicts and pending trials
Gone Girl review: This stylish thriller will keep you hooked
Super Nani review: It is loud, badly planned and lousily executed
Movie review: Brilliant action makes Fury a weapon of mass entertainment
Roar review: Novelty of the concept makes it an interesting film
Centre gives black money full list to SC, names to remain secret
New York woman who was harassed 100 times in 10 hours gets rape threats
'Kiss of Love' to protest moral policing in Kerala
Supreme Court pulls up Centre over black money, asks it to submit full list of names today
BJP calls black money affidavit historic, Cong claims blackmail
Devendra Fadnavis sworn in as Maharashtra CM; Modi, Uddhav attend ceremony
Sensex jumps 519 points to new closing peak of 27,865
Congress says Modi disrespected Indira Gandhi's sacrifice
Bangalore school teacher arrested for allegedly raping 6-year-old
2G scam: Charges against A Raja, Kanimozhi
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