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States not aligning mobile tower rules with DoT norms: TAIPA

Telecom operators continue to face problems in installing mobile towers in states due to tough rules being imposed on them which are also not aligned with central government norms, industry body TAIPA said today. "Except five states -- Haryana, Jharkhand, ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

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Mukesh Ambani agrees to install mobile towers in Tamenglong

In one of the rarest favours fop Manipur and Tamenglong in particular, Mukesh Ambani, chairman, Reliance Industries Limited RIL has agreed to give personal instruction to concerned officials to install mobile phone towers in this least developed district of ...
 E Pao!2 months ago
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How the Nirav Modi show manages to go on

Modi has been relentless in building his brand regardless of banks having a problem of fraudulent and unauthorised transactions with his companies.  Just about a week ago, diamond jeweller Nirav Modi opened a new store in Macau.  Barely three months ago, he had opened a second store in DLF Emporio’s Chanakya mall in New Delhi, with plans for another one, in Bengaluru, later this year.  Modi has been relentless in building his brand regardless of banks having a problem of ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago

Trump talks of 'shattered lives'

President Donald Trump said Saturday that lives were being "shattered" by allegations that may be false after two of his White House aides quit over domestic abuse accusations. Trumps White House has been heavily criticised for its handling of the ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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China's dominance at Hambantota Port worry many

[Sri Lanka], Feb 7 (ANI): As Sri Lanka celebrated 70 years of independence on February 4 from the UK, its people fear that the country faces a new form of colonialism, which is China. In an op-ed written by Jonathan Hillman, titled- "The hazards of China's ...
 Sify2 weeks ago

Rogues’ Gallery: When ‘Evil Pays’—for lead actors

Sans undue modesty, Ranveer Singh says that he does not think any character (of a leading man who is also an antagonist) written for Hindi cinema has had the dark depths of Allauddin Khilji, the role he has essayed so stunningly in Padmaavat . What stood out ...
 Bollywood Hungama2 weeks ago

Market at Record Highs; GDP Growth; Tata Steel & Other Top Cues to Sway the Market Today

Posted by Equitymaster Indian share markets continued to surge in the previous session and touched record highs amid gains in international markets and continuous foreign fund inflows. At the closing bell last week, the BSE Sensex closed higher by 184 points ...
 Equitymaster.com1 month ago
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When a 7 year old took the government to court

Navya Singh was protecting her sovereign right to play, says Aditi Phadnis. *Photograph: Philip Brown/Reuters When Navya Singh heard she'd won the case in the high court, she reacted as only a seven year old would. She let out a long squeal and leapt up to punch the air. It came to litigation because she and her friends wanted the play in the community park -- and the government wouldn't let them. This is the story of her rebellion.   Navya lives in Sector 8, Rohini, a residential colony ...
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In Cape Town, Kohli & Co. asked to restrict showers to just 2 minutes

IMAGE: Virat Kohli. Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/Rediff.com The Indian cricket team landed in Cape Town on 28 December. On reaching their hotel after a tiring day, the team was welcomed with a message that left them amazed.   The Virat Kohli led Indian cricket team was told to not keep the shower open for more than two minutes. The message is actually for the whole city. Everybody in Cape Town has been officially asked to not use the shower for more than two minutes. The ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Bengaluru and Delhi lose landmarks while Ahmedabad gains UNESCO tag

Bengaluru lost an over 100-year- old priceless city landmark to demolition, a modern architectural marvel was torn down in Delhi while Ahmedabad became Indias first World Heritage City in the year gone by. In 2017, damage and dismantling of heritage ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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