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Did IMD get monsoon wrong, again?

Did IMD get monsoon wrong, again?

Rains have been 5% below normal so far, but Met department sticks to its forecast India’s southwest monsoon has been around five per cent less than normal till September 13 in its  four-month long season beginning June, increasing the possibility of the  India Meteorological Department’s (IMD) projections of normal to higher than normal rains going wrong for the third time in a decade. However, the Met has stuck to its forecast so far. There is some chance of recovery ..., 2 months ago

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Over Rs 13 crore seized in Delhi raid, Rs 2.6 crore in new notes

The total amount of seizure in the raid by the city police at a law firm in southeast Delhi’s GK-I area on Sunday neared Rs 13.5 crore, of which Rs 2.6 crore was in new banknotes released after demonetisation, a senior police official said. The raid was carried out by the Crime Branch at the office of T&T Law Firm on Saturday night, the officer said. “The recovered amount is close to Rs 13.5 crore. Out of the recovered money, Rs 7 crore is in the form of demonetised Rs 1,000 ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Police seize `49 lakh in old notes  DNA2 weeks ago

Callers For dollars: Here's How Indian Call Centres Scam US Aged

Panicking, she rang the number and told a man who said he was from the IRS: ‘I can pay $500,’ half the sum demanded. "I could do a payment plan. I just can't pay all of it at once." "Ma'am, you can pay $500 today itself. You can do ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago

How Trent came from behind to win the retail game

The reason for Trent’s success is rooted in its slow and steady approach to expansion. Unlike others, Trent, led by Noel Tata, ensured that each store was profitable before it went on to the next, says Raghavendra Kamath. Tata group’s retail venture, Trent, was considered a laggard compared to its peers such as Kishore Biyani’s Future Group and Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Retail. When others were opening hundreds of stores in a year, Trent was slow on expansion, adding one ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

US election result won't affect Indian markets

US election results may not reverse Indian markets’ bearish trend, says Devangshu Datta. Data-driven analysis implies that the immediate response to the US election results doesn't necessarily set up a long-term trend. A Bloomberg analysis that goes back to 1984 indicates that it has not happened very often. Bloomberg looked at the broad US stock market index, the S&P 500 movement the day after the vote versus the return over the next 12 months. That's only eight paired data points, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

OROP suicide: Jaitley blames bank for not providing benefits to veteran

Slamming the Congress for playing politics over an ex-soldier’s suicide, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday blamed administrative lapse on the part of bank for not remitting the entitled pension after he was granted benefits under One Rank, One Pension. On Minister of State for External Affairs V K Singh branding the deceased as a Congress worker, he said all leaders must be ‘sensitive’ to the suicide. Taking Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi head-on, he said no ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Rare birds at Delhi zoo go hungry as avian flu imposes dietary restrictions

Migratory birds at the Delhi Zoo are not being fed at the Delhi Zoo amid the bird flu scare as authorities don’t want the species from Siberia, China and parts of South Asia to stay back. “These birds specifically local-migratary are fed with dead ...
 DNA1 month ago

Won't dignify an avowed terrorist's remark: US on Saeed

The United States has refused to respond to Jamaat-ul-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed’s remarks on its ties with Pakistan, and said that they would dignify comments made by an avowed terrorist. Addressing a daily press briefing, John Kirby, spokesperson of the US Department of State said, “I’m not going to dignify the comments of an avowed terrorist one way or the other.” ”And we continue to work with Pakistan and continue to urge Pakistan to take steps to shut down access ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Setback for India: US won't declare Pakistan a 'terrorist state'  Rediff.com2 months ago

To lighten student’s load, govt sends guidelines to school

Concerned about the ‘heavy burden’ carried by Delhi’s children in the form of school bags, the Directorate of Education (DoE) has sent 7 point guidelines to schools in the capital for reducing the weight of school bags carried by students.
 DNA1 month ago

Delhi-Dubai fliers depart from arrivals

In a shocking lapse of security at Delhi airport, five passengers who were supposed to board a Flydubai plane scheduled to depart at 4am for Dubai, were able to move from the departure lounge into the arrival area lounge with ease. “There was an ...
 DNA1 month ago
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