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Digvijay urges MP govt to curb black <strong>marketing</strong> of fertilisers

Digvijay urges MP govt to curb black marketing of fertilisers

22 Nov 2014

Bhopal: Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh said Madhya Pradesh government should undertake immediate measures to prevent black-marketing of fertilisers in the state.

Congress,   Digvijay Singh,   Madhya Pradesh government,   Black-marketing,   Fertilisers,  
Early Oz team selection for <strong>marketing</strong> reasons: Mark Waugh

Early Oz team selection for marketing reasons: Mark Waugh

20 Nov 2014

Melbourne: Former Australian batsman and current national selector Mark Waugh has lashed out at Cricket Australia's decision to force an early selection of the squad for the first cricket Test against India, believing that the move was prompted by "marketing purposes".

Mark Waugh,   Cricket Australia,   Australian cricket team,  
CCI dismisses case against Co-operative Societies

CCI dismisses case against Co-operative Societies

20 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Fair trade regulator Competition Commission of India(CCI) has dismissed a complaint alleging anti-competitive practices against Co-operative Societies (Punjab) for supply of certain agricultural products, saying that the matter does not fall under its purview.

Competition Commission of India,   alleging anti-competitive practices,   against Co-operative Societies (Punjab),   supply of certain agricultural products,   complaint filed,   Malwa Industrial & Marketing Ferti-chem Co-operative Society Ltd,   (MARKFED),   co-operative societies in Punjab,   issued a policy for distribution of fertiliser,   Primary Co-operative Agricultural Service Societies,   Co-operative Marketing-cum-Processing Societies,   ,  
Bengal bill sent to select committee

Bengal bill sent to select committee

20 Nov 2014

Kolkata: The West Bengal Agricultural Produce Marketing (Regulation)(Amendment) Bill 2014 was sent to the select committee by Speaker Biman Banerjee after Agricultural Minister Arup Roy agreed to the opposition demand.

West Bengal Agricultural Produce Marketing (Regulation)(Amendment) Bill 2014,   Speaker Biman Banerjee,   Agricultural Minister Arup Roy agreed,   export and import of agricultural produce,   broadening of the scope of agri-produce,   establishment of a private market for agri-produce,   ,  
Ford India sales decline 22 percent in October

Ford India sales decline 22 percent in October

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Ford India today reported a decline of 22.12 per cent in total sales at 11,630 units in October.  

Decreased sales,   Ford India,   Exports declined,   Marketing,   Vehicles ,  
Liquor costlier in Tamil Nadu from today

Liquor costlier in Tamil Nadu from today

01 Nov 2014

Chennai: For the second time in as many months, the Tamil Nadu government has hiked the prices of liquor sold through state run TASMAC outlets. The hike, which came into force from Saturday, varies from Rs eight to Rs 80, Tamil Nadu State Marketing Corporation (TASMAC) sources said.

Tamil Nadu,   liquor,   TASMAC,   TASMAC outlets,   Tamil Nadu State Marketing Corporation,   alcohol,  
Villa to leave Melbourne City after four games

Villa to leave Melbourne City after four games

22 Oct 2014

Melbourne: Former Spain striker David Villa's loan spell at Melbourne City is to come to an end next month after just four A-League matches, the club said on Wednesday.

David Villa,   Melbourne FC,   marketing commitments,   striker,   Spanish striker,   Barcelona,  
Aamir’s <strong>marketing</strong> strategy for ‘<strong>Dhoom3</strong>’

Aamir’s marketing strategy for ‘Dhoom3

14 Oct 2013

Mumbai: Away from Mumbai for shoot of his upcoming film ‘Peekay’, Bollywood actor Aamir Khan still has his eyes set on the marketing strategy for his film ‘Dhoom 3’.

Aamir Khan,   Dhoom 3,   Peekay,   Aamir’s marketing strategy,   marketing for Dhoom 3,   ,  
Government to assess sugar output before extending export subsidy

Government to assess sugar output before extending export subsidy

27 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Government will consider extending subsidy on exports of raw sugar after assessing the production estimates for the current 2014-15 marketing year and sugarcane arrears to farmers, a top food ministry official said.

Modi Government,   Sugar subsidy,   Sugar exports,   Raw sugar,   Sugar production,   Sugar marketing,   Sugarcane arrears,   Farmers,   Food ministry,  
Railways install CCTVs at reservation centres to check tickets' black-<strong>marketing</strong>

Railways install CCTVs at reservation centres to check tickets' black-marketing

03 Oct 2014

New Delhi: To prevent black-marketing of tickets, Railways is installing CCTV cameras at all the major reservation centres across the country and has deputed Commercial Inspectors to monitor its footage, as suggested by the Central Vigilance Commission.

Black-marketing,   Rail tickets,   Indian Railways,   CCTV cameras,   Reservation centres,   Railways Vigilance Commission.,  

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