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Delhi <strong>Metro</strong> celebrates Independence Day

Delhi Metro celebrates Independence Day

14 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi Metro has organized quiz competitions for commuters and conducted tours for underprivileged and specially-abled children as part of Independence Day celebrations, an official said on Thursday.

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Kochi <strong>Metro</strong> will be ready on time: Oommen Chandy

Kochi Metro will be ready on time: Oommen Chandy

20 Oct 2014

Kochi: Kochi Metro, the Rs 5,180 dream project that is expected to solve the travel woes in Kerala's commercial capital, would be completed in "a time bound manner", said Chief Minister Oommen Chandy.

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India has highest PAH level; Kolkata most polluted <strong>metro</strong>: Study

India has highest PAH level; Kolkata most polluted metro: Study

31 Oct 2014

Panaji: India has highest PAHs (Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons), a carcinogenic Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs), as compared to cities of other countries while Kolkata is the most polluted metropolis in the country with its pollution levels recorded highest among eight tropical Asian countries, according to study.

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Google tries to upstage Apple with <strong>latest</strong> devices

Google tries to upstage Apple with latest devices

16 Oct 2014

San Francisco: Google is coming out with bigger, more expensive versions of its Nexus phone and tablet to attract more of the affluent consumers who faithfully buy each new generation of Apple's iPhone and iPad.

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Ban the cowbell as it could cause deafness, claims Swiss university's study

Ban the cowbell as it could cause deafness, claims Swiss university's study

19 Nov 2014

Zurich: Holy cow! A Swiss university has sparked ire by suggesting that cowbells as emblematic of the Alpine country as chocolates, watches and Heidi should be banned.

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<strong>News</strong> reports do not reflect spirit of my CAG meet speech: Arun Jaitley

News reports do not reflect spirit of my CAG meet speech: Arun Jaitley

30 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Under attack over his remarks that official auditor should not "sensationalise" its audit findings, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday said media did not accurately reflect the spirit of his speech at the CAG conference.

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<strong>Latest</strong> IIP data not worrisome, says Sitharaman

Latest IIP data not worrisome, says Sitharaman

11 Oct 2014

Kolkata: The latest Index of Industrial Production data -- which logged in 5-month low growth rate for August -- was not worrisome as some other sectors were showing signs of expansion, Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Nirmala Sitharaman said.

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IS beheads British hostage in <strong>latest</strong> video

IS beheads British hostage in latest video

04 Oct 2014

Cairo: The Islamic State (IS) Sunni radical group on Friday claimed responsibility of beheading British aid worker Alan Henning in an online video. In the one-minute video clip titled "Another Message to America and its Allies", roughly the same as those released after three previous murders, a masked IS militant also introduced another hostage it identified as a US aid worker Peter Kassig, news agency reported.

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Muharram processions likely to hit traffic in Delhi

Muharram processions likely to hit traffic in Delhi

03 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The city is likely to witness traffic snarls on various routes due to Muharram processions, Delhi Traffic Police said on Monday advising commuters to take alternate roads.

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<strong>Metro</strong> ATM users get some relaxation

Metro ATM users get some relaxation

11 Oct 2014

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank said the number of free transactions in a month at non-home ATMs would remain three in six identified metros but customers of these centres can use their card without cost two more times in non-metro centres.

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