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Vijay Mallya, Saroj Poddar may tweak Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilizers deal
DNA

KINGFISHER AIRLINES : Court stays UBI's wilful defaulter tag o...

Kolkata : Vijay Mallya won a minor victory on Saturday in his ongoing fight to prevent banks from declaring him a wilful defaulter with Kingfisher Airlines securing a stay from the Calcutta High Court on the decision of United Bank of India . The ... 4 Traders, 1 day ago
Temporary relief for Vijay Mallya DNA India, 2 days ago
Jagran Post

Keep employees in mind while amending labour laws: JMM to govt

Ruling Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) today asked the Centre to keep in mind the interests of "hardworking employees" while amending labour laws, "which should protect their jobs". "The policy of contractual labour should end as such practices deny ...
 Business Standard India5 days ago JMM urges Centre to keep employees in mind while amending labour laws  The Echo Of India4 days ago
Livemint.com

Deepak Fertilisers forms mining JV with Australian firm

The joint venture is executed through Deepak Fertilisers subsidiary Smartchem Technologies, which will hold 65% stake and the Australian company the remainder. The joint venture is executed through Deepak Fertilisers subsidiary Smartchem ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago

46 feared dead in Pancheri, Mahore landslides; toll in Jammu rains reaches 208

Gopal Sharma An aerial view of village Phalayan Mandal in Satwari area, which has been cut off after the bridge connecting it was washed away in flash floods. More pictures on page Nos. 3 & 5. —Excelsior/Rakesh JAMMU, Sept 7: With the 46 ...
 Daily Excelsior.com3 weeks ago

3 students, 2 staffers of Scindia School held

or police on Tuesday registered criminal cases against three students and two staffers of the Scindia School in connection with the suicide attempt made by the Adarsh Singh, son of Bihar Cooperatives Minister Jai Kumar Singh after facing alleged ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

POLICE NABBED GOLD SNATCHERS IN ROURKELA

2014-08-22 Report by:Rajesh Mohapatra, Odishabarta ROURKELA: In a press meet at` Raghunathpalli Police Station, Rourkela Police has revealed their success of nabbing a biker gang who were snatching ornaments from the pediatricians over some time. Police has ...
 Orissabarta1 month ago Snatching racket busted, three arrested  The Statesman1 month ago Police nab gold snatching gang:Three held  NetIndia123.com1 month ago
Indian Express

AIIMS CVO removed from post

The charge of CVO, AIIMS, was handed over to the CVO of the Health Ministry for three months. Indian Forest Service officer Sanjiv Chaturvedi of the Haryana cadre has been removed from the post of chief vigilance officer (CVO), AIIMS, despite the ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
India Today

20 soldiers go missing in 14 years

SRINAGAR: At least 20 Indian soldiers posted in border areas, most of them in Jammu and Kashmir, have gone missing from 1996 to 2010, according to an RTI reply, reported a news Magazine on Tuesday. As per the reply given by the Ministry of ...
 Kashmir Observer1 month ago 20 Indian soldiers missing from Jammu and Kashmir: RTI  India Today1 month ago 20 Indian Soldiers Missing From Border Areas: RTI  Outlook India1 month ago RTI reveals 20 Indian soldiers missing from border areas  Rediff.com1 month ago
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