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About 7 results for "gadgil"

Market undeterred by costlier gold on Akshaya Tritiya

A rise in gold prices is leading to better footfalls, and consequently a positive market sentiment for gold today on Akshaya Tritiya, even as jewellers expect better business than last year."The trend is positive all across the country and the southern region ... Business Standard, 2 days ago
Business Standard

Bombay HC irked by govt's defiance of its orders on disaster management

The Bombay High Court today criticised the Maharashtra government for defying its orders and provisions of the Disaster Management Act by not setting up separate disaster management authorities in Mumbai and Mumbai Suburban districts.The court had previously ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

Maha govt to keep 'regular tab' on pvt detective agencies: Min

The Maharashtra government will issue directions to the Director General of Police to keep regular tab on private detective agencies to ensure they do not use illegal means to gather information, Minister of State for Home (Urban) Ranjit Patil said ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
Accommodation Times

Pune to take more than 2 yrs for Smart City

By Accommodation Times Bureau MUMBAI The Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Wednesday told the legislative council that, some of the projects will take more than two years to be completed in Pune. However, this indicates that Pune will not be a Smart City by ...
 Accommodation Times1 month ago

Congress is not anti-farmer: Joseph corrects Mani

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Congress leader PJ Joseph on Wednesday said that Congress doesn't have any anti-farmer policies or stance. He was replying to the allegation cast by KM Mani that Congress is an anti-farmer party. “Now Congress is not against ...
 Mathrubhumi2 months ago

Gold demand wanes as jewellers expect import tax cut

Gold prices in India, the worlds second-biggest user of the precious metal, were at discounts as jewellers were postponing purchases on the expectation that the government will announce an import tax cut in its annual budget on Thursday. The lower import tax ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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