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The A-B-C Of Ban-O-Nomics

Look back over the past year. If one were to landscape events in India, the picture would be liberally sprinkled with the word ban. Ban beef! Ban diesel! Ban jeans! Ban medicines! Ban noodles... An easy, lazy way to solve a problem in the short ... Businessworld India, 2 days ago

5 Indian car models fail crash tests by Global NCAP

New Delhi: Five popular passenger vehicle models in India - Maruti's Celerio and Eeco, Renault Kwid, Mahindra Scorpio and Hyundai Eon - have failed crash tests by vehicle safety group Global NCAP with 'zero star' ratings. The companies, however, ...
 Manorama Online1 week ago
MSN News US

Don't regularise odd-even, it will reduce its impact: TERI

Provided by Firstpost New Delhi: Regularisation of the 'odd-even' scheme will "reduce" its impact and it should only be used as an emergency measure, a green body said on Tuesday, underlining the need for implementing alternative measures like ...
 MSN News US1 week ago Regularisation of odd-even will reduce its impact: TERI  Daily Excelsior.com2 weeks ago Regularisation of 'odd-even' will reduce its impact: TERI  Deepika Global2 weeks ago ‘Regular odd-even will reduce its impact’  Asian Age2 weeks ago
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Listed FMCG companies feel the heat of 'guru business'

Baba businesses are sprucing up their act as they expand product portfolios and enhance brand image Rising popularity and competitive intensity from the likes of Patanjali are emerging threats to listed fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) companies. The actual impact will depend on factors such as market position, extent of product or category overlap, each company’s strategy on pricing, product and promotions as well as on the aggression of the Guru businesses. While Patanjali is strong ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
MSN News US

'No significant change in air quality during odd-even 2'

The impact of odd-even 2.0 on air quality was less in comparison to the first phase in January, green body TERI said, observing that the scheme should be brought out only during "high episodes" of pollutants concentration and cautioned Delhi government ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Odd-even 1 more effective than phase 2, says TERI analysis  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
Business Today India

Odd-Even 2.0 benefits eclipsed by other factors: TERI

Several factors - including the summer heat, industrial pollution and crop burning in NCR - failed odd-even phase II in Delhi. An analysis by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) revealed on Tuesday that any gains from the roadrationing ...
 Business Today India2 weeks ago Summer heat, pollution and crop burning in NCR failed odd-even 2.0: TERI  India Today2 weeks ago TERI cautions against regularisation of odd-even scheme  Ani News2 weeks ago
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Congestion charge tipped as alternative

New Delhi: The second phase of the odd-even exercise resulted in a 4% dip in daily PM 2.5 concentrations, a study by The Energy and Resources Institute (Teri) has revealed. In other words, the concentrations could have been 4% higher in the absence ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Oneindia

Explore other options, keep odd-even for emergency: TERI

New Delhi, May 10 (IANS) A green body has cautioned against the Delhi government's 'odd-even' scheme becoming a regular affair, and suggested other options to control pollution levels in the national capital region. "The study of the two phases of ...
 Yahoo! India2 weeks ago
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18:23 film - comedy Kis kisko pyaar karoon

Debut de soirée Vinashak - destroyer Time: 20:38 Date: 09/05/2016 Synopsis: Arjun Singh, a brave and honest officer, loves Kajal, the daughter of a senior police officer. He is given the task to expose jailer Lankeshwar, who is suspected of ...
 Orange Mauritius2 weeks ago
Business Standard India

India's ice cream market heats up

NEW DELHI: India's ice-cream market is growing fast with brands mostly dividing into one of two camps happiness or health in their marketing strategies. The value of the category rose almost 17% last year according to researcher Euromonitor, ...
 WARC2 weeks ago Brands play to the ice cream stands  Business Standard India3 weeks ago
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