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Rs 472.29 crore spent on Metro rail project in last <strong>two</strong> years

Rs 472.29 crore spent on Metro rail project in last two years

04 Mar 2015

Gandhinagar:  Gujarat government today told the state Assembly that it has spent Rs 472.29 crore in the last two years on the Metro rail project that links the state capital Gandhinagar with Ahmedabad.

Metro Project in Gujarat,   Metro project,   Chief Minister of Gujarat,   Anandi Patel,   Tejashree Patel ,  
Ford India <strong>sales</strong> rise 2.63 percent in February

Ford India sales rise 2.63 percent in February

03 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Ford India on Tuesday reported 2.63 percent increase in total sales at 12,576 units in February. It had sold 12,253 units in February 2014, Ford India said in a statement.

Ford,   Ford India,   Ford India sales,   Ford sales increase,   Ford total sales 2015,  
Bajaj Auto motorcycle <strong>sales</strong> fall 21 percent in February

Bajaj Auto motorcycle sales fall 21 percent in February

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Bajaj Auto on Monday reported a 21 percent decline in motorcycle sales at 2,16,077 units in February 2015.

Bajaj Auto,   motorcycle sales,   BSE,   sales fall,  
Yamaha to enter four wheeler segment with the Motiv City Car

Yamaha to enter four wheeler segment with the Motiv City Car

03 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The Japanese two wheeler manufacturer Yamaha has decided to venture in the four wheel segment with the Motiv city car, showcased at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show.

yamaha,   four wheeler segment,   Motiv City Car,  Japanese two wheeler manufacturer,   Tokyo Motor Show ,  
Bajaj Auto shares down four percent as motorcycle <strong>sales</strong> fall in February

Bajaj Auto shares down four percent as motorcycle sales fall in February

02 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Shares of Bajaj Auto ended four percent lower on Monday after the company reported a 21 percent decline in motorcycle sales in February 2015.

Bajaj Auto,   shares,   sales fall,   motorcycle sales,   BSE.NSE ,  
Uttarakhand: <strong>Two</strong> jawans killed as avalanche hits check-post

Uttarakhand: Two jawans killed as avalanche hits check-post

03 Mar 2015

Dehradun: Two army jawans were killed and another went missing when a snow avalanche triggered by incessant rains and heavy snowfall in the higher reaches of Uttarakhand hills over the past two days hit Siyalekh check-post on India-China border in Pithoragarh district.

Two Jawans killed,   Avalanche in Pithoragarh,   Heavy Snowfall,   Chief Minister Harish Rawat,   Search operations in Pithorahgarh,  
Maruti <strong>sales</strong> jump 8.7 percent to 1,18,551 units in February

Maruti sales jump 8.7 percent to 1,18,551 units in February

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) on Monday reported 8.7 percent increase in total sales in February at 1,18,551 units as against 1,09,104 units in the same period of last year.

Maruti,   Maruti sales,   Maruti February sales,   Maruti Suzuki India,   MSI,  
Apple dethrones Samsung from top spot on global smartphone tally

Apple dethrones Samsung from top spot on global smartphone tally

03 Mar 2015

New York: iPhone maker Apple has dethroned Samsung from the top spot on the global smartphone tally, a position that the Korean electronics giant had strongly held for over three years, research firm Gartner said.

Apple,   Samsung,   Apple vs Samsung,   Smartphone sales,   Gartner,   Apple iPhone,   Samsung Galaxy S6,   Apple Inc,   Smartphones,   Samsung Group ,  
Tata Motors' <strong>sales</strong> up 10.69 percent in February

Tata Motors' sales up 10.69 percent in February

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Tata Motors on Monday reported 10.69 percent increase in total sales at 44,225 units in February, as against 39,951 units in the same month last year.

Tata Motors,   sales up,   commercial vehicles,   passenger vehicles,   BSE ,  
Gorilla origins of <strong>two</strong> AIDS virus lineages confirmed: Study

Gorilla origins of two AIDS virus lineages confirmed: Study

03 Mar 2015

Washington: Two of the four known groups of human AIDS viruses originated in western lowland gorillas in Cameroon, scientists said.

AIDS virus,   AIDS in gorilla,   chimpanzee,   HIV virus,   human infection,  

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