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Five ways to build <strong>special</strong> garden in your house

Five ways to build special garden in your house

01 Mar 2016

Mumbai: Growing plants in the backyard has become a norm lately, not just because it satisfies one’s yen for freshness but also because the produce tastes several times better than a store-bought one. Before you build that special garden in your house, know the ground rules.

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Automatic braking for cars: Private talks on technology pace

Automatic braking for cars: Private talks on technology pace

18 Feb 2016

Washington: US government regulators and the auto industry are taking a more lenient approach than safety advocates like when it comes to phasing in automatic braking systems for passenger cars, according to records of their private negotiations.

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Government to amend RBI <strong>Act</strong> for setting up Monetary Policy Committee

Government to amend RBI Act for setting up Monetary Policy Committee

01 Mar 2016

New Delhi: The government yesterday proposed to amend the RBI Act for setting up of a Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) which will fix the benchmark interest rate of the Central Bank and set inflation targets.

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Union Budget 2016: Arun Jaitley proposes amendment in Sebi <strong>Act</strong>

Union Budget 2016: Arun Jaitley proposes amendment in Sebi Act

29 Feb 2016

New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today proposed to amend the Sebi Act in order to increase benches in the Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT).

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Congress dubs attack on journalists, teachers as '<strong>act</strong> of facism'

Congress dubs attack on journalists, teachers as 'act of facism'

16 Feb 2016

New Delhi: The Congress today condemned the attack on teachers and journalists in Patiala House court premises, saying it was an 'act of facism' and alleged that BJP goons led by a party MLA were involved in the assault.

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Budget credit negative for PSU banks: Moody's

Budget credit negative for PSU banks: Moody's

03 Mar 2016

New Delhi: Moody's Investors Service today said the Budget for 2016-17 is "credit negative" for PSU banks as the capital infusion road map falls short of the required Rs 1.45 lakh crore.

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Make in India event: HC queries Maharashtra government on <strong>safety</strong> issue

Make in India event: HC queries Maharashtra government on safety issue

17 Feb 2016

Mumbai: Days after the major fire at a 'Make in India' event, the Bombay High Court today told Maharashtra government that it should frame comprehensive guidelines to ensure safety of artistes and technicians on stage and also of the audience, if such rules do not exist already.

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Expert panel seeks <strong>public</strong> comments on Companies <strong>Act</strong>

Expert panel seeks public comments on Companies Act

21 Jun 2015

New Delhi: To improve ease of doing business in the country, a government-appointed panel has sought suggestions from all stakeholders, including the general public, to address issues related to new companies law.

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First hoarding is <strong>special</strong> for any actor: Manish Paul

First hoarding is special for any actor: Manish Paul

24 Feb 2016

Mumbai: Actor Manish Paul, who anxiously awaits the release of his forthcoming comedy film 'Tere Bin Laden: Dead or Alive', says he got 'emotional' when he saw his face printed on a hoarding for the first time. He feels first hoarding is special for every actor.

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Mobile application to ensure <strong>safety</strong> of women launched

Mobile application to ensure safety of women launched

30 Jan 2016

Puducherry: MITRA, a mobile application to ensure protection of women, children and the elderly in time of distress was launched here on Thursday.

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