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PTI - UNITEDSPIRITS - United Spirits shuts down manufacturing ...

UNITEDSPIRITS - United Spirits shuts down manufacturing unit in West Bengal Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. New Delhi, Mar 5 (PTI) Liquor major United Spirits has shut down its manufacturing unit at Hooghly, West Bengal citing space constraints and ... Namibia Press Agency, 2 hours ago

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Mamata Banerjee to leave for Delhi on March 8 to meet PM on debt waiver

Setting aside her differences with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will leave for Delhi on March 8 to meet him seeking a waiver of the huge debt her government is burdened with.
 Zee News1 day ago Mamata to leave for Delhi on 8 March to meet Modi on debt waiver  First Post.com1 day ago CM to leave for meeting with PM on March 8  The Echo Of India10 hours ago Mamata Banerjee to meet Narendra Modi on March 9  India Today13 hours ago
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World Cup 2015: India's "allround" show impresses Lara

New Delhi: West Indies batting legend Brian Lara is mighty impressed with India's "allround" showing in their first two cricket World Cup matches and feels Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men need to keep up their good work in all three departments of the game if they ...
 IndiaTV News1 week ago STAR Sports cashes in on the 'mauka'  News Today2 days ago India's World Cup story: A faithful catalogue  ProKerala.com2 days ago World Cup 2015: Richie Richardson warns India of Gayle threat  PardaPhash3 days ago
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Sale of 11 Coal Mines Makes States Richer by Rs 60,000 Crores

NEW DELHI: States, including Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and West Bengal, are set to get nearly Rs 60,000 crore from 11 coal blocks sold in the ongoing auction, a top official said today.The total number of blocks sold so far is 12 with Essar Power MP Ltd bagging ...
 One India2 weeks ago Ten states to get Rs 460 crore for Swachh Bharat Mission  Economic Times2 days ago Cracking start to auction as govt mops up Rs 60k crore  Times of India5 hours ago Day 1: Telecom spectrum auction gets worth Rs 60,000 crore bids  Telecom Tiger3 hours ago
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World Cup 2015: Chris Gayle creates history, smashes fastest double hundred

New Delhi: West Indies opener Chris Gayle today became the first batsman to hit double century in the history of Cricket World Cup.The 35-year-old cricketer scored 215 in just 147 balls in a Pool B match against Zimbabwe at Manuka Oval, Canberra.The left-hand ...
 IndiaTV News1 week ago Chris Gayle hints at Test cricket retirement  ZeeNews.com19 hours ago
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Elderly man shot dead by three assailants in Delhi

A 65-year-old man was allegedly shot dead by three bike-borne assailants in south west Delhi's Najafgarh area, police said.
 Times of India20 hours ago PTI - MURDER - Elderly man shot dead by three assailants  Namibia Press Agency21 hours ago Man murdered, 2 others shot at in Delhi  Times of India2 weeks ago Police constable shot dead in Delhi  Prokerala1 month ago
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Senior citizen shot dead in gang war

A 65-year-old man was shot dead by two motorcycle-borne assailants in west Delhi's Najafgarh late on Tuesday. Police suspect the attack to be a part of a gang war, but are yet to make any arrest. It has also been linked to the case in which four bodies were ...
 Deccan Herald12 hours ago 65-year-old shot dead in SW Delhi  Millennium Post18 hours ago

Caught in traffic snarls in Delhi, Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari orders study

"I bang my head... as I get stuck quite often" at Dhaula Kuan in South-West Delhi for 40-45 minutes while coming from or going to the airport, Gadkari said in Lok Sabha. Responding to a debate on amendments to the Motor Vehicle Act, Gadkari said he has asked ...
 Jagran Post2 days ago Caught in Traffic Jam in Delhi, Nitin Gadkari Orders Study  NDTV1 day ago Caught in frequent traffic jams in Delhi, Gadkari orders study  India Today1 day ago PTI - LS-TRAFFIC - Caught in traffic snarls in Delhi, Gadkari orders study  Namibia Press Agency2 days ago

Crops in 50 L ha damaged by unseasonal rain: Govt

New Delhi, Mar 4 (PTI) Standing crops in over 50 lakh hectares in Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Punjab, Rajasthan and West Bengal have been damaged by the recent unseasonal rains, government said today. Replying to a short duration discussion in ...
 Press Trust of India1 day ago PTI - RS-FARMERS - Crops in 50 lakh ha damaged by unseasonal rain: Govt in RS  Namibia Press Agency1 day ago Crops in 50 lakh hectares damaged by unseasonal rain: Government in Rajya Sabha  Economic Times1 day ago Crops in 50 lakh hectare land damaged by unseasonal rain: Government in RS  Jagran Post1 day ago

65-year-old man stabbed to death

A 65-year-old man was killed outside his house in west Delhi's Bawana by a neighbour over a personal enmity on Tuesday. The accused has been arrested, police said. The victim Umed Singh lived with his family in Katewara village. According to police, he was ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago Woman kills herself at friend's place  Deccan Herald3 days ago Friend stabs 27-yr-old man to death  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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