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India's first private airport to be operational in April

India's first private airport to be operational in April

India’s first private Greenfield airport at Durgapur, promoted by Bengal Aerotropolis Projects Ltd (BAPL), is likely to be operational by April 14. "The final calibration of navigational aids at the airport by Airport Authority is done. Now, we expect to get final DGCA licence in a month," state Transport Secretary Alapan Bandopadhyay said. In all probability, the airport, christened Kazi Nazrul Islam Airport, will be operational from April 14, the first day of Bengali calendar, BAPL ..., 1 week ago

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How Railways can pave the way for a Digital India

Last week’s Railway Budget is the first indicator of possibly better days. What's most important now is that the Railways delivers on this Budget, rues Shyam Ponappa For the first time since the National Democratic Alliance formed the government last year, we have something more than grand aspirational statements to go by. Last week’s Railway Budget is the first indicator of possibly better days, after all the rhetoric. Perhaps the reservations of some former railway ministers and ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Ahead of PM Modi's visit, India holds 'Make in India' fortnight in Germany  Jagran Post21 hours ago 2 things Jaitley can do to better the lives of common Indians  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Is Indian Railways for the people?  Rediff.com1 month ago

Are states really serious about Digital India plan?

Official websites of some states haven’t been updated for years Does Bihar have only 10 cities with populations of more than 100,000? Is Uttar Pradesh so urbanised that 42.59 per cent of its people live in towns and cities? Does 27 per cent of West Bengal’s population still live below the poverty line, way more than the national average? These figures have been picked from the official websites of these states. Some of these sites haven’t been updated for years, it seems.
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
IndiaTV News

Obama may depart India directly from Agra after Taj visit

New Delhi: President Barack Obama’s schedule is likely to undergo a change and he may now depart from Agra instead of Delhi as authorities have examined the feasibility of his Air Force One aircraft landing in the city of Taj Mahal.Obama, who will be ...
 IndiaTV News2 months ago Centre removes 800 CCTV cameras after Obama‚Äôs departure  IndiaTV News1 month ago
IndiaTV News

Hafiz Saeed appears in public after Pak claim of banning JuD

New Delhi: India’s most wanted terrorist Hafiz Saeed recently on Monday inaugurated a free ambulance service launched by Lashkar-e-Taiba’s charity wing Jamat-ud-Dawa in the port city of Karachi.Known for its brutal killings and mayhem the group ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago
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HiLITE City, One of India's Largest Mixed Use Development Project Enters the Limelight

Business Wire IndiaHiLITE City, one of India’s largest mixed use development projects, has got instant nation-wide recognition for its unique features. The City houses a business park, a shopping mall and premium residential apartments besides providing ...
 Andhra News2 weeks ago Concorde Group Launches Epitome - The First Luxury Apartment in Electronic City (Phase 2)  Andhra News1 month ago 'Digital India' programme gets boost as government plans free wi-fi in 2500 cities  IndiaTV News2 months ago U.S.-India Business Council Hosts Smart Cities Roundtable in Visakhapatnam on Eve of U.S. President Barack Obama’s Historic Visit to India  Andhra News2 months ago

The Himalayan Times

NEW DELHI : New Delhi authorities today asked India’s federal information technology ministry to block the taxi-hailing apps of US-based Uber and its local rival Ola in the city in a bid to enforce a ban on the firms’ services. India in December ...
 Himalayan times4 days ago Uber, Ola may have hit a dead end in Delhi  Rediff.com3 days ago

Common man mourns death of a genius

NEW DELHI: Indian cartoonist RK Laxman, whose You Said It cartoon featuring the ‘Common Man’ lampooned India’s powerful for half a century, died yesterday aged 93. Laxman had been ill for two weeks and died of multi-organ failure at a ...
 Himalayan times2 months ago

Time for new environmentalism

2014 has brought India’s environmental movement to a crossroad. On the one hand, there is a greater acceptance of our concerns, but on the other hand, there is also growing resistance against the required action. More importantly, every indicator shows ...
 Down to Earth1 month ago

Over 2000 Customers Rejoice their New Proud Possession at DLF New Town Heights, Gurgaon

Business Wire IndiaOne of the most talked-about premium properties, ‘New Town Heights’ from the realty major, DLF is all set to give its customers a first-class address in the heart of DLF Garden City, Gurgaon. 2000 plus families have taken up ...
 Andhra News2 months ago
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