Foreign Trade Policy unlikely to be announced this month Nayanima Basu & Arup Roychoudhury | New Delhi December 5, 2014 Last Updated at 00:47 IST Related News Foreign Trade Policy stuck in inter-ministerial tussle Unwanted delay in FTP changes PM ... Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago
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Congress President Sonia Gandhi is expected to remain under observation at a private hospital where she was admitted on Thursday for a treatment of a respiratory ailment. “She will remain under observation of the doctors until we get a proper ...Deccan Herald, 14 minutes ago Sonia Gandhi's condition improves in hospital Times of India, 41 minutes ago Sonia Gandhi still in hospital but stable Hindustan Times, 3 hours ago Sonia undergoes breathing exercises, to remain in hospital Rediff.com, 9 hours ago
CHANDIGARH: Residents of the city today shivered with cold as the maximum temperature dipped to 9 degree Celsius, 12 degree Celsius below the normal, the lowest in the month of December in the past 28 years. The easing of norms for FDI in ...Chandigarh Tribune, 29 minutes ago
NEW DELHI: The government is planning to announce tougher carbon emission targets but Indian power companies are already ramping up installing high-efficiency supercritical machines apart from boosting green energy generation capacities. ...IPA Newspack.com, 1 week ago
rising concern of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) over increasing air pollution in the city, doctors have advised people to use masks when they are in an area loaded with vehicles. According to them, the harmful effects of airborne particulate ...New Delhi Pioneer, 2 weeks ago
Your early morning routine of a walk and workout out doors this winter is likely to endanger your health rather than give you any benefits. What you may believe to be fresh morning air is anything but that. There are fine pollutants hanging in the ...Times of India, 3 weeks ago
KOLKATA: Despite being a weekday, the 20th Kolkata International Film Festival (KIFF) attracted a fairly large crowd as it bid farewell to the city on Monday. Movie critics, film buffs and those looking to catch an "unusual film" gathered at the ...Times of India, 1 month ago
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