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Deadline missed

Three irrigation projects in the Indus river basin in Jammu and Kashmir, which were supposed to be completed by March this year, have missed their deadline. These projects are part of the 23 irrigation works the government had prioritised to complete by the ... State Times, 2 months ago
Indus river irrigation projects miss deadline Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Besieged by the BJP, Left struggles to stay alive

As the BJP snaps at its heels, can the Communists stay relevant in the electoral game?Ishita Ayan Dutt, Shine Jacob and Archis Mohan report. Taking on the plausible When someone says Indians should only support the Indian cricket team, you want to nail the argument but can't. You hear about Kashmiri students who are the target of the rest of the hostel because of their perceived pro-Pak views. Bullshit Busters enables you to answer both. It tells you, for instance, about the famous cricketers ...
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Find Out: How acute is India's water shortage

India is facing an acute water shortage. As the temperature rises, the water level decreases and because of mismanagement, a lot of water goes waste. Even though there are a lot of efficient ways to save water, like rainwater harvesting, but their implementation is questionable. With the onset of monsoon, Rediff Labs analyses the current storage departure of water in 91 reservoirs across the country. Current water storage departure of major reservoirs (in %, as on May 18, 2017) from 10-year ...
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India's "new Silk Road" snub highlights gulf with China

* India stayed away from Beijing summit attended by 60countries * China's "Belt and Road" Initiative aims to build new tradelinks * India objects to corridor crossing Pakistan controlledKashmir * Sources say Beijing offered name change to ally Indianconcerns ...
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Sensex, Nifty record fresh closing high

It was a lackluster session for stocks on the Indian bourses for most part of the session on Wednesday, but the key indices Sensex and the Nifty50 still went on to scale fresh record highs with some buying emerging in late afternoon trades. Global cues were ...
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Willing to turn OBOR into path for peace: Xi Jinping

[China], May 14 (ANI) : While delivering a keynote speech at the opening ceremony of the two-day Belt and Road summit for international cooperation, Chinese President Xi Jinping on Sunday called for joint efforts to build the OBOR into a road to peace and ...
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Sensex up nearly 250 points; Bank stocks in demand

With the bulls firmly in control, the market, which opened on a bright note this morning, ignoring weak global cues, remains well entrenched in positive territory now. Optimism about growth, the cabinet's nod to amend the Banking Regulation Act to put in ...
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Why India's banks are staring at a bleak future

The continuing stress faced by corporate India has weakened its debt-servicing capability and this is reflected in the banks' books, as yet-burgeoning bad loans, says Sheetal Agarwal. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com If one goes by the initial March quarter (fourth or Q4 of 2016-17) results of the relatively stronger pack of individual loan-focused private banks, investors should brace for a weak show from the others. This applies particularly to the corporate-heavy private ones, ICICI and ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Voda to sell 9% addl stake to Aditya Birla Group post merger

Vodafone has agreed to sell 9.5 per cent additional stake to Aditya Birla Group for Rs 130 per share after they merge their telecom operations to create the countrys largest operator worth more than USD 23 billion. Aditya Birla Group has filed with the BSE ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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