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Bajaj Auto Says Union at Chakan Plant Plans Work Stoppage

Bajaj Auto, India's second-largest motorcycle maker, said on Friday the union at its Chakan factory in western India had proposed a work stoppage from April 28. The union's proposal to stop work comes less than a year after the plant's workers had ... New Indian Express, 30 minutes ago

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Will the real candidates please stand up?

Reuters Maval (Maharashtra): Voters in a parliamentary constituency in western India could be forgiven for asking the real candidates to please stand up. The race in Maval, a constituency of 1.9 million voters in Maharashtra, has two real ...
 MSN.co.in8 hours ago Clone candidates clutter election contests  Reuters India1 day ago 5 Innovations That Will Transform India in the Next 5 Years  Mashable11 hours ago A rare ensemble  The Hindu19 hours ago
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Competition Commission of India orders probe into alleged cable cartel in North Western Railway bids

MUMBAI: Fair trade regulator is investigating alleged cartelisation by 37 signaling cable manufacturers in the recent tenders floated by North Western Railway, according to documents reviewed by ET. In a complaint filed with the CCI recently, the ...
 Economic Times14 hours ago

Delhi northwest India may get heat relief soon

Residents of northwest India can expect some relief from rising temperatures soon. A western disturbance and induced cyclonic circulation will affect the region, including Delhi-NCR, from Tuesday. Advertisement The weather conditions are likely to bring light ...
 Hindustan Times3 days ago Rain in North India to continue; pre-monsoon showers to pick up again on Friday  Moneycontrol.com2 days ago

Business firms hope India will confront its corruption crises

The ongoing general elections in India will attract the attention of Western observers to happenings on the subcontinent for several reasons. The world's largest democracy represents a tantalizing market for struggling manufacturers based in the United ...
 Business Standard3 days ago

At least 65 percent voting in western UPs 10 seats

Thursday, 10 April 2014|http://www.nerve.in/news:2535002322350|channel:India "Prominent faces whose fate was sealed Thursday include former army chief Gen V.K. Singh, who contested as the Bharatiya Janata Party candidate from Ghaziabad against ...
 Nerve1 week ago At least 65% voting in western Uttar Pradesh's 10 seats  DNA1 week ago
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Before Modi, there was Morarjibhai

If Narendra Modi becomes prime minister next month, he will be India's second prime minister from the western state of Gujarat.Thirty-seven years ago, Morarji Desai was sworn in as India's first non-Congress prime minister, indeed the oldest man at 81 to then hold the office.
 Rediff.com1 week ago ‘Pole-riser’ Modi says even a peon doesn’t listen to the PM  Times of India1 week ago

'Satya Nadella is a Beatles fan'

India-born Satya Nadella, the new boss of $78-billion Microsoft, never missed his music classes in school and loved Western songs, particularly those of the Beatles, says his music teacher. According to Dennis Powell, the music teacher at Hyderabad Public School-Begumpet, Nadella was interested in learning new songs rather than playing instruments. "We have music as community singing and Satya used to attend my classes. He was very quiet and nonchalant boy, that's what I remember." "I am here ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Indian CEOs in the US cause heartburn in China  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Why do Indians get more top US jobs than the Chinese?

Language, familiarity with Western culture and a willingness to move are the key reasons Indians are getting more top jobs in the US than the Chinese, who see more opportunity and good pay at home. So suggests a Wall Street Journal report citing the success ...
 DNA1 week ago Why Do Indians Get More Top U.S. Jobs Than The Chinese?  Silicon India1 week ago

Fire on naval tugboat at dockyard, no casualty

In the seventh accident involving Indian Navy ships and submarines in the Western Command in the past nine months, a fire broke out in INS Matanga, an ocean-going tug, on Sunday afternoon.
 Times of India1 week ago Fire breaks out onboard INS Matanga, no casualty  Deccan Herald1 week ago
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