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Pokemon no-go for Indonesian <strong>civil</strong> servants

Pokemon no-go for Indonesian civil servants

22 Jul 2016

Jakarta: Indonesian civil servants have been ordered not to play Pokemon Go at work in a bid to protect "state secrets", the latest sign of a growing backlash in the country against the smartphone game.

Pokemon No Go,   Pokemon,   Indonesia Civil Servants,   Indonesia Pokemon Go,   Pokemon Go Indonesia Restrictions,   Latest Tech News ,  
My life influenced by women in family and film <strong>industry</strong>: Shah Rukh Khan

My life influenced by women in family and film industry: Shah Rukh Khan

22 Jul 2016

Mumbai: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan says his life has been shaped up by the women in his life, including his grandmother, wife, daughter and those with whom he has worked in the film industry.

shahrukh khan,   shahrukh khan movies,   gauri khan,   fan movie,   bollywood industry,   women in SRK life,   SRK movies,   bollywood news,  
1.6 million deaths caused due to pollution-related health issues

1.6 million deaths caused due to pollution-related health issues

23 Jul 2016

New Delhi: Health issues caused by air pollution led to approximately 16 lakh premature deaths in the country, the Lok Sabha was yesterday informed.

pollution,   air pollution,   health issues,   pollution related health issues,   smoke from industry,   health,   deaths,   health news,  
India receives $5.34 billion FDI in April-May

India receives $5.34 billion FDI in April-May

22 Jul 2016

New Delhi: India received USD 5.34 billion foreign direct investment in the first two months of the current financial year, Parliament was informed today.

Foreign Direct Investment,   Indian FDI,   Foreign Direct Investment Inflow,   FDI Inflow In India,   Defence FDI,   Pharmaceuticals FDI,   Aviation FDI,   Food FDI,   FDI in Retail,   Minister of Finance for State,   Arjun Ram Meghwal,   Latest Business News ,  
Government relaxes FDI norms in <strong>civil</strong> <strong>aviation</strong>, defence, pharma

Government relaxes FDI norms in civil aviation, defence, pharma

20 Jun 2016

New Delhi: Government today relaxed Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) norms in a host of sectors including civil aviation, single-brand retail, defence and pharma by permitting more investments under automatic route.

Government of India,   NDA,   FDI,   FDI in India,   Civil aviation,   single-brand retail,   defence,   pharma,   Finance Ministry,   Arun Jaitley,   Business news ,  
<strong>Civil</strong> <strong>Aviation</strong> Policy: Now pay Rs 2500 for one hour flight

Civil Aviation Policy: Now pay Rs 2500 for one hour flight

16 Jun 2016

New Delhi: In a bid to infuse fresh life in the aviation sector, the government yesterday sanctioned many reforms, including fixing maximum airfare for an hour and half-an-hour at Rs 25,00 and Rs 1,250 respectively.

Civil aviation policy,   Achche din,   Air passengers,   Flight,   Aviation sector,   Airfare,   Latest Nation News,  
Five Models in three years across segments, plans Renault

Five Models in three years across segments, plans Renault

20 Jul 2016

French carmaker Renault is buoyed by the success of their entry-level hatchback Kwid and the entry-level compact SUV Duster. The Kwid was launched in September 2015 and has since clocked 1.5 lakh bookings in less than a year and sold more than 65,000 units. This has come as a boost to the prospects of the French automaker, as they now plan to expand across segments with a five-model-launch-plan.

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<strong>Aviation</strong> ministry steps in to regulate fare refunds

Aviation ministry steps in to regulate fare refunds

11 Jun 2016

New Delhi: Taking a serious note of the indiscriminate policies followed by airlines on flight cancellations, the Civil Aviation Ministry today announced a host of steps to rein them in and said such charges can't exceed the base fare.

Civil Aviation Ministry,   Civil Aviation Ministry Indiscriminate Policies,   Civil Aviation Policies,   Civil Aviation Minister,   P Ashok Gajapathi Raju,   Latest Business News ,  
Less stars in <strong>industry</strong> a crisis, says Karan Johar

Less stars in industry a crisis, says Karan Johar

12 Jul 2016

Mumbai: Filmmaker Karan Johar terms the minimal number of stars in the film industry as a 'crisis' and hopes that the country starts loving more and more stars very soon.

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Stylish Hatchback Tiago Helps Tata Claim 3rd Spot in Passenger Car Sales

Stylish Hatchback Tiago Helps Tata Claim 3rd Spot in Passenger Car Sales

18 Jul 2016

Tata Motors might have lost the race a while ago but they are all set to regain the top spots with their new line-up, as they have done so with the compact hatchback Tiago. Style is the name of the game these days, as cars with value and style seem to do well.

Tata Motors,  Tata Motors in India,   Tata Motors cars,   Tango,   Tango cars,   Tango sales,   Automobile industry,   Automobile news,  

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