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India Domino's, McDonald's operators hurt by bread cancer report

By Santanu Chakraborty & Bhuma Shrivastava The Indian operators of Domino's Pizza Inc. and McDonald's Corp. dropped after a local research agency said that burger and pizza bread sold at the fast-food outlets contained cancer-causing chemicals. Economic Times, 2 days ago

Sikkim becomes 1st state to ban mineral water bottles in govt functions

For effective waste management in an eco-friendly manner, the Sikkim government has restricted the use of mineral water bottles in government programmes and banned the use of foam food containers all over the state. In two recent notifications issued by the home department, the government said there has been rampant use of packaged drinking water during departmental meetings and functions which is creating a huge piles of garbage that adds to the burden of the landfill."Therefore, in order ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Sikkim Becomes the First Indian State to Ban Mineral Water Bottles  NDTV1 day ago Sikkim bans mineral water bottles in govt events  The Echo Of India2 days ago

High CEO pay and the gaps it leaves

Unlike the UK, Norway took a remarkable decision with its surplus North Sea oil revenues. It set up a sovereign wealth fu­nd (SWF), popularly known as the Oil Fund. It has gr­own into the largest SWF on the planet with assets in excess of $873 billion (as ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 days ago

Murder case: 3 held after shootout in Greater Noida

Greater Noida: Three members of a gang were arrested on Tuesday for allegedly killing a woman three months ago. The three accused, Mangal, Anil and Samarpal, killed Poonam Shrivastava (28) as they suspected her of leaking information about the ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Panama Papers name big shots in top Indian newspapers

The Panama papers that recently shook the world now seem beans to spill about the Indian media: Five people from Bhopal and some from Indore have apparently been named in the leaked documents. At least three out of them are allegedly reputed media barons. The ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
The Freepress Journal

Narrow turn, haphazard parking create disorder at Bhawarkuan Square

— By | May 16, 2016 12:35 am Indore : People waiting on wrong sides to cross, narrow left turns, haphazard parking by intercity buses going towards Khandwa and the usual compliment of rule breakers are the perfect recipe for creating utter traffic ...
 The Freepress Journal1 week ago

Please take Note

While actresses from outside Karnataka find work in Sandalwood fairly easily, staying on is a challenge. Few leading ladies tell SHAILAJA TRIPATHI what it takes to survive It is unusually hot in Bengaluru, the city everybody once loved for its ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

New working body of State BJP unit announced

body of Chhattisgarh BJP Unit was declared here on Monday. Several former MLAs and senior party members figured among the party's office-bearer list. Vijay Sharma hailing from Chief Minister Raman Singh's home town Kawardha was made the ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Super over showdown as Reliance bag title

PANJIM: Reliance held the edge in the super over as they registered an 18 run victory over ONGC in the final of the Goa Corporate League Cricket tournament, organized by Goa Cricket Association, at GCA Academy ground, on Sunday. By Team Herald ...
 Goa Herald2 months ago
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