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Vodafone invested Rs 1,050 crore in Maharashtra, <strong>Goa</strong> in FY15

Vodafone invested Rs 1,050 crore in Maharashtra, Goa in FY15

27 May 2015

New Delhi: Vodafone India on Wednesday said it has invested over Rs 1,050 crore in Maharashtra and Goa circle in the last fiscal to ramp up network and expand retail presence. Since April 2014, Vodafone has expanded its network footprint by adding over 3,000 new 3G and 2G sites across Maharashtra.

Vodafone investment,   Vodafone,   Vodafone in Maharashtra,   Vodafone India,   Maharashtra and Goa circle,   New network sites,   2G and 3G,   Telecom investment,   Latest Business News ,  
Era of tax haven has come to an end: Jaitley

Era of tax haven has come to an end: Jaitley

27 May 2015

Ahmedabad: With Switzerland making public names of some Indians with Swiss accounts, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday said the era of tax haven has come to an end and it is no longer safe to keep assets abroad illegally.

Switzerland banks,   Swiss accounts,   Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   Blackmoney,   Illegal money ,  
The day when Baloch wept but Islamists danced

The day when Baloch wept but Islamists danced

27 May 2015

May 28, 1998 was a dark day in Balochistan history when the Baloch were weeping but Islamists were dancing on the streets of Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi after Pakistan conducted five nuclear tests in the Raskoh Mountains in Chagai. Pakistani generals, nuclear scientists, politicians present at the foothills of the Raskoh Mountains raised deafening slogans of “Allah Akbar” – God is Great, the battle cry of Muslims-- as dust blew over the beautiful black Raskoh mountains turning them into lifeless white forever.

Balochistan history ,   Baloch,   Islamists,   Islam,   Latest world news,  
Coal auction for commercial <strong>mining</strong> likely to be held this fiscal

Coal auction for commercial mining likely to be held this fiscal

22 May 2015

New Delhi: The government on Friday said it's likely to auction coal blocks for commercial  mining this financial year and is working out details for the same. The move follows the recent successful auction of coal blocks for captive use to companies, which fetched the government over Rs 2 lakh crore.

Coal auction,   commercial mining,   Coal Secretary,   Anil Swarup,   Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   Latest Business News ,  
Saina Nehwal, Kidambi Srikanth sail at Australian Open

Saina Nehwal, Kidambi Srikanth sail at Australian Open

27 May 2015

Sydney: Leading Indian shuttlers Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth won their first round matches in contrasting style at the Star Australian Open Superseries here on Wednesday.

Indian badminton players,   Saina Nehwal,   Kidambi Srikanth,   Australian Open Superseries,   Latest News,  
Look cool in denim during summer

Look cool in denim during summer

27 May 2015

New Delhi: Fashion changes every season, but denim has become a staple of sorts. Try stocking your wardrobe with at least three different pairs of denim.Start with a clean, dark denim, rinsed; or be brave and go raw. Team up your denim with interesting t-shirts like graphic, striper or cold pigmented ones.

summer trend,   denim cool,   wardrobe,   jeans,   poplin shirts,   Latest lifestyle news,  
Open to changes in Land Bill that benefit poor, farmers: PM Modi

Open to changes in Land Bill that benefit poor, farmers: PM Modi

27 May 2015

New Delhi: Amendments in the Land Acquisition Bill in the interest of farmers, poor, village and nation will be accepted, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday asserting that along with GST bill the measure will be passed by Parliament in "a matter of time".

Land Bill,   PM Modi,   Land Acquisition Bill,   GST bill,   GST tax,   Narendra Modi,   latest India news,  
 Facebook users prone to taking financial risks: Study

Facebook users prone to taking financial risks: Study

27 May 2015

Melbourne: Ever wondered how Facebook influences our financial decisions. Well, an Australian research claims that Facebook users who invest or gamble just after going through their news feed are more irresponsible with their money.

Facebook users,   Facebook,   social media,   financial risks,   Latest technology news ,  
Government gives nod to sea plane landing in <strong>Goa</strong> waters amid protests

Government gives nod to sea plane landing in Goa waters amid protests

23 May 2015

Panaji: The Goa government on Saturday went ahead with its tourism proposal amid protests by fishermen community and conducted trial of sea plane landing on Mandovi river in the heart of the state even as the traditional fishermen threatened to end their lives if government goes ahead with the decision.

Goa government,   sea plane landing,   Goa waters,   Goa Tourism minister Dilip Parulekar,   Miramar beach ,   MEHAIR,   Latest states news,  
Political convenience shouldn't guide exemptions from RTI: CIC

Political convenience shouldn't guide exemptions from RTI: CIC

27 May 2015

New Delhi: Attacking the inclusion of organisations like CBI in the list of entities exempted from the RTI Act, a two-member committee constituted by the CIC has said such decisions to shield organisations from the  transparency law should not be the result of "political convenience or other extraneous factors".

CIC,   RTI,   CWG scam,   RTI Act,   Indian Politics,   Latest India news,  

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