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End of road in Uttarpara

If you are driving from Kolkata through Vidyasagar Setu-Kona Expressway-Bombay Road (Kolkata-Mumbai National Highway)-NH2, popularly known as the Delhi Road, barely half a kilometre after you cross Dankuni, you will come to a gigantic entrance to the Shriram ... The Financial Chronicle, 12 hours ago

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Why we must remember E Ahamed

'E Ahamed will be sorely missed as a decent and wise man who made the best use of his political career and personal abilities for the good of the nation,' remembers Ambassador T P Sreenivasan. IMAGE: 'It was long before he became a minister that Prime Minister P V Narasimha Rao discovered his talents as a pleasant, well dressed and sophisticated Muslim to be projected at the United Nations,' remembers Ambassador T P Sreenivasan.'He earned the nickname "Permanent Representative" at the UN as ...
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No impact of note ban on milk procurement, sale: GCMMF Amul MD

There has been no impact of demonetisation as milk procurement and sale in the market has remained smooth, Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF Amul) Managing Director and Director R S Sodhi today said. "There was no impact of demonetisation ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

Cabinet okays regularisation of grazing land tilled by farmers

The state Cabinet on Wednesday gave its approval for regularisation of grazing land being cultivated by farmers. If all the 3.4 lakh applications seeking the regularisation are approved, 11 lakh acres of land being cultivated illegally will be regularised.
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Cleanliness drive: Volunteers give a fresh look to many areas

Continuing the cleanliness drive in the city and surrounding areas under the Swacch Mangaluru Abhiyaan of Ramakrishna Mission, volunteers of different organisations cleaned 10 areas recently. The team members of Swacch Kavoor cleaned Nadanapura area. The ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

China tightens border rules in Tibet to counter 'separatists'

China has tightened border rules in Tibet, extending the already stringent rules to ports, trade zones and scenic spots, citing growing incidence of "separatist and terrorist activities" amid efforts to make the remote Himalayan region South Asias trade hub.
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

10 challenges for Indian Cricket in 2017

Cricket in India has never before had the success as at present. Indian cricket ranking is number Uno as a Test team, in the second spot and third spot in the limited 20 and 50-over format respectively. The IPL is a huge financial success and cricket as a ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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'We fought the battle as if it was the last thing we'd ever do'

'Each soldier was my brother in arms.''We fought together and achieved glory for India.''We fought on with only one thing in the mind -- that that this is a national battle and we must not let the Pakistanis get the better of us,' says Major General Shamsher Singh, who was awarded the Mahavir Chakra for fighting one of the bloodiest battles the Indian Army has ever fought. IMAGE: Major General Shamsher Singh was awarded the Mahavir Chakra for his courage in the 1971 War.The photograph above is ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Toxic algae invade Russia's Lake Baikal

Yury Azhichakov, a retired ecological engineer, set out early by bike for Senogda Bay, his favourite beach, on the northwestern shore of Lake Baikal in Siberia, Russia. The world's oldest, deepest and most voluminous lake, Baikal holds 20% of the planet's ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Cyclone Vardah making landfall, 2 killed in TN

Chennai:Two persons were killed as heavy rains accompanied by high velocity winds today pounded the city and coastal districts of north Tamil Nadu due to severe cyclonic storm "Vardah" which began making landfall near here, uprooting hundreds of trees, ...
 Mathrubhumi2 months ago
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