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Nitin Gadkari asks Modi government to scrap solar duties

Nitin Gadkari asks Modi government to scrap solar duties

A file photo of Nitin Gadkari. Gadkari set up Purti Power Systems in 2010, a company that supplies solar-powered products and plans to build a photovoltaic power plant. Photo: Hemant Mishra/Mint New Delhi: Transport minister Nitin Gadkari has ..., 1 month ago

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The Hindu

Gadkari cleared, case against Purti stays

The Income Tax department, while clearing the former BJP president Nitin Gadkari of involvement in alleged irregularities in Purti Power and Sugar Limited (PPSL), says the case against the company has not been closed. Mr. Gadkari is the founder of ...
 The Hindu2 months ago Big relief for Gadkari as RTI reveals no I-T probe pending against him  IBN Live2 months ago DEFAMATION CASEAAP to launch campaign against Gadkari  The Week2 months ago After BJP's Nitin Gadkari case sends Arvind Kejriwal to Tihar jail, AAP to launch public awareness campaign  Financial Express2 months ago

Purti plans new ethanol plant at Bela

An investment of Rs80 crore is envisaged for the project, though Purti's share will be in the form of land, power and other facilities, said managing director of PPSL Sudhir Diwe.
 Times of India1 month ago

Hundred villages isolated by flood

Jajpur and bhadrak districts worst affected by flood situation caused by incessant rain STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Bhubaneswar, 22 July About a hundred villages in different districts remained marooned in flood water even as breaches have been ...
 The Statesman11 hours ago

Marriage ends hockey dreams of veteran women players from Jharkhand

When Bollywood gave the world a heart-warming story on women's hockey in 'Chak de India', it was just holding up a mirror to nature. For, no Indian team to an international tournament could be complete without a player from Jharkhand. But in the ...
 Hindustan Times16 hours ago

Ethanol Again… Flogging A Dead Horse

WITHIN days of the BJP-led government coming to power, announcement was made of an enhanced policy thrust on ethanol-blending of petrol. While the earlier biofuels policy of the government, initiated by the Vajpayee-led NDA government and followed ...
 Peoples Democracy.in4 days ago Ethanol blending: Sugar millers want better rates  Times of India1 month ago
Road & Track

Why So Purty? A designer's take on the Ford GT40

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 Road & Track1 week ago

Hotel constructs STP in basement meant for parking

NAGPUR: When it comes to violations in basement parking, the Nagpur Municipal Corporation doesn't seem serious to act even though the high court has issued it several warnings to take action and prevent more violations. A top hotel in Ramdaspeth has ...
 Times of India1 week ago
The Week

Seeing red over green rickshaws

Who is family and who is not among relatives of a politician? The definition of a family member has assumed urgency in the wake of a controversy involving National Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari and his enthusiasm for encouraging battery-driven ...
 The Week2 weeks ago

'For achche din, give us at least a year'

'Understand one thing, if you want immediately and magically that things should become cheap, it's not possible. It's a long-term policy.' 'Inflation is linked to the storage system and with the production system. Whenever production rises, prices go lower. So if we store when the prices are low and release them when prices rise, prices can be maintained.' 'The problem is that in our country fruits and vegetables worth Rs 110,000 crore go to waste as they rot. And grains worth Rs 85,000 crore ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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