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India <strong>International</strong> Trade Fair 2014 concludes

India International Trade Fair 2014 concludes

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The India International Trade Fair (IITF), which has become a global platform for exhibitors from around the world to showcase their goods, concluded here on Thursday.

India International Trade Fair,   India International Trade Fair 2014,   IIFT,   IIFT 2014,   trade fair,  
All 245 Border Outposts in Tripura put on maximum alert: IG BSF

All 245 Border Outposts in Tripura put on maximum alert: IG BSF

28 Nov 2014

Agartala: All the 245 Border Outposts along the 856-km-long Tripura-Bangladesh International Border have been put on maximum alert to thwart any attempt of infiltration by the terrorists or Indian insurgents operating from the soil of the neighbouring country, a senior BSF officer said on Friday.

Tripura-Bangladesh International Border,   Border Outposts,   Tripura,   Indian insurgents,   Islamic terrorists,   Manik Sarkar,  
Indian Medical <strong>Association</strong> works out plan to address tribal health issue

Indian Medical Association works out plan to address tribal health issue

25 Nov 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Taking a serious view of increasing infant deaths and malnutrition reported in Attappady, one of the largest tribal settlements in Kerala, Indian Medical Association has drawn up a detailed action plan to find solution for various health issues by giving special focus on anti-natal care of tribal women.

Indian Medical Association,   Attappady,   tribal health issue,   anti-natal care,   malnutrition,   Department of Radiology,   Thrissur Medical College,   ,  
There is no reason why CBI can arrest me: Madan Mitra

There is no reason why CBI can arrest me: Madan Mitra

26 Nov 2014

Kolkata:  Soon after his discharge from hospital, West Bengal Transport Minister Madan Mitra on Wednesday said there was no ground on which the CBI could arrest him or "cause harassment" since he had not taken a "single paisa" from the Saradha Group.

CBI,   West Bengal,   Transport Minister,   Madan Mitra,   Saradha Group,  Saradha Chit Fund Scandal,  
3 Army men, 3 civilians among 10 killed in Jammu attack

3 Army men, 3 civilians among 10 killed in Jammu attack

27 Nov 2014

Jammu: In a terror strike on the eve of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Jammu Division, militants wearing combat uniform today attacked two Army bunkers close to Indo-Pak border leaving 10 people including three civilians and as many army men dead in a fierce gun battle with security forces.

Gun fight,   Jammu,   Soldier killed,   Indian Army,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Separatist guerrillas,   Violence in Jammu,   International border,  
Show cause notice to coal-based firm for receiving dubious subsidy

Show cause notice to coal-based firm for receiving dubious subsidy

26 Nov 2014

Aizawl: Mizoram Industries Minister H. Rohluna on Wednesday said that coal-based Mizo Carbon Products Private Limited which has its manufacturing unit at the Industrial Growth Centre at Luangmual near Aizawl was served a show cause notice on the issue of receiving dubious subsidies from the Centre.

Mizoram Industries Minister H. Rohluna,   Mizo Carbon Products Private Limited,   Industrial Growth Centre,   show cause notice,   dubious subsidies,   Lalruatkima,   Mizo National Front (MNF),   Central Capital Investment Subsidy (CCIS),   Central Transport Subsidy (CTS),   ,  
DTC installs CCTV cameras in 200 buses

DTC installs CCTV cameras in 200 buses

23 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi Transport Corporation has installed CCTV cameras in 200 of its buses, as part of a pilot project to enhance security for people, especially women, while travelling.

Delhi Transport Corporation,   CCTV cameras in buses,   security for people ,  
Tea <strong>Association</strong> of India concerned over production cost

Tea Association of India concerned over production cost

18 Nov 2014

Jorhat (Assam): Tea industry is concerned over the rising cost of production and proper price realisation of the product, a top association official said.

Indian Tea industry,   rising cost of production,   price realisation,   Tea prices,   world tea production,   North East Tea Association,  
Maharashtra needs clear policy on grid connectivity to solar power

Maharashtra needs clear policy on grid connectivity to solar power

25 Nov 2014

Nagpur: Maharashtra needs a clear policy on allowing grid connectivity to roof top solar power generators in homes even as the Centre is taking steps to promote and popularise solar power across the country, according to clean energy activists here.

solar power,   Maharashtra,   Vidarbha Industries Association (VIA),   Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM),   Central Electricity Authority,   ,  
DMRC incurs loss of over Rs 90 crore in past 10 years

DMRC incurs loss of over Rs 90 crore in past 10 years

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has earned a total revenue of Rs 9,905.62 crore from 2004-05 to 2013-14, but incurred a loss of over Rs 90 crore in the same ten year-period.

DMRC,   Delhi Metro Rail Corporation,   Babul Supriyo,   DMRC's Budget,   Profit Before Tax (PBT),   Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA),   Profit After Tax (PAT),   ,  

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