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Vodafone, Airtel fined <strong>most</strong> for tariff and MNP rules violation

Vodafone, Airtel fined most for tariff and MNP rules violation

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Telecom operator Vodafone has been fined the most for tariff rule violations till date, while Bharti Airtel has been penalised the maximum amount for breaching mobile number portability norms.

Telecom operator,   Vodafone,   Tariff rule,   Bharti Airtel,   Mobile number portability,   MNP,  
CA, Cricket NSW support <strong>State</strong> Memorial Service for Hughes

CA, Cricket NSW support State Memorial Service for Hughes

28 Nov 2014

Sydney: Cricket Australia and Cricket New South Wales on Firday supported NSW Premier Mike Baird's announcement of a State Memorial Service for Phillip Hughes, who passed away on Thursday.

Cricket Australia,   Cricket New South Wales,   NSW Premier,   Mike Baird,   State Memorial Service for Phillip Hughes,  
<strong>Most</strong> US presidents to fade from memory: Study

Most US presidents to fade from memory: Study

28 Nov 2014

Washington: Most American presidents are destined to be forgotten in within 50-100 years of their serving as president, a study suggests.

US presidents,   memory,   America,   Millard Fillmore,   Jimmy Carter ,   Ronald Reagan,   Barack Obama,   Barack Obama,   Harry S. Truman,   ,  
Gross NPAs of PSU banks rise to 5.33 percent at September end

Gross NPAs of PSU banks rise to 5.33 percent at September end

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Non-performing assets (NPA) of public sector banks rose sharply to 5.33 per cent of totaladvances in September 2014 mainly due to sluggishness in the economy and other factors, including delay in environmental clearances.

NPA,   PSU banks,   Minister of State for Finance,   Jayant Sinha,   Lok Sabha,  
CA and Cricket NSW support <strong>State</strong> Memorial Service for Philip Hughes

CA and Cricket NSW support State Memorial Service for Philip Hughes

28 Nov 2014

Melbourne: Cricket Australia and Cricket New South Wales on Friday supported NSW Premier Mike Baird's announcement of a State Memorial Service for Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, who passed away on Thursday after being hit by a cricket ball during a Sheffield Shield match.

Cricket Australia,   Cricket New South Wales,   NSW Premier,   Mike Baird's,   Philip Hughes,   State Memorial Service,   Sheffield Shield match,   CA CEO,   James Sutherland,   Sydney Cricket Ground,   SCG ,  
Real estate, jewellery and mining are major black money generators

Real estate, jewellery and mining are major black money generators

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Real estate, jewellery and mining are among the main sectors that are generating black money in the country, Parliament was informed on Friday.

Real estate,   jewellery,   mining,   black money,   Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha,   Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA),   ,  
Mizoram third <strong>most</strong> literate <strong>state</strong>, literacy rate at 91.33 percent

Mizoram third most literate state, literacy rate at 91.33 percent

25 Nov 2014

Aizawl: The literacy rate of Mizoram stood at 91.33 percent making it the third most literate state in the country after Kerala and Lakshadweep, a state minister said.

India's most literate state,   India,   Mizoram,   literacy rate,   H Rohluna,   Mizoram Assembly,  
Goa airport gets visa-on-arrival facility for 43 countries

Goa airport gets visa-on-arrival facility for 43 countries

28 Nov 2014

Panaji: The Centre has extended the visa-on-arrival facility at the Goa airport for tourists from 43 countries, which is expected to bring in 15 percent growth in tourism during the ongoing season.

Goa,   Visa on Arrival,  VoA,   Dabolim airport,   State tourism minister,   Dilip Parulekar,  Delhi,   Mumbai,   Chennai,   Kolkata,   Hyderabad,   Bengaluru,   Kochi ,  Thiruvananthapuram. ,  
<strong>State</strong> governments not serious in choking explosives supply to Maoists: CRPF DG

State governments not serious in choking explosives supply to Maoists: CRPF DG

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: CRPF chief Dilip Trivedi on Thursday accused state governments of not making "serious and concerted efforts" to stop supply of explosives to Maoists.

CRPF chief,   Dilip Trivedi,   State governments,   Explosives,   Maoists,  
Meghalaya's <strong>most</strong> wanted militant arrested from Tamil Nadu

Meghalaya's most wanted militant arrested from Tamil Nadu

26 Nov 2014

Shillong: A most wanted ANCA militant, who escaped from police lock-up about three months ago, was arrested along with his aide in Tamil Nadu, police said on Wednesday.

Meghalaya,   most wanted militant,   Tamil Nadu,   ANCA militant,   William A Sangma,   Achik National Cooperative Army,   Alas R Sangma,  

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