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DoP sets up just 550 ATMs against targeted 1,000 this fiscal

DoP sets up just 550 ATMs against targeted 1,000 this fiscal

06 Mar 2016

New Delhi: The Department of Post (DoP) could set up 550 ATMs till February this year against the targeted 1,000 by March even as the government aims for massive nationwide roll out of cash vending machines in the next three years.

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Income Tax <strong>Department</strong> lists 18 more defaulters to be 'named and shamed'

Income Tax Department lists 18 more defaulters to be 'named and shamed'

31 Dec 2015

Chennai: The Income Tax Department has added 18 more names to its list of defaulters to be 'named and shamed' for owing over Rs 1,100 crore to the exchequer.

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Income Tax <strong>Department</strong> launches upgraded website for taxpayers

Income Tax Department launches upgraded website for taxpayers

28 Nov 2015

New Delhi: The Income Tax department has launched an upgraded version of its official web portal featuring better links for taxpayer services and grievance redressal.

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Delhi government suspends three transport <strong>department</strong> officials for corruption

Delhi government suspends three transport department officials for corruption

26 Dec 2015

New Delhi: The Delhi government has suspended three transport department officials over alleged corruption in issuing fresh Letters Of Interest (LOI) for three-wheelers, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said today.

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Possibility of 'heavy to very heavy rains' in Tamil Nadu for next two days

Possibility of 'heavy to very heavy rains' in Tamil Nadu for next two days

28 Nov 2015

Chennai: The low pressure over Bay of Bengal will bring rains to Tamil Nadu and Puduchery tomorrow, the Regional Meteorological Center today said, warning of 'heavy to very heavy rains' for the two days.

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Class 12 Chemistry re-exam cancelled after question paper leak

Class 12 Chemistry re-exam cancelled after question paper leak

31 Mar 2016

Bengaluru: For the second time in 10 days, the Chemistry paper of Class XII was leaked in Karnataka today, forcing cancellation of the exam and triggering strong protests from parents and students.

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Northeast monsoon active in South; more rain <strong>forecast</strong> for tomorrow

Northeast monsoon active in South; more rain forecast for tomorrow

02 Nov 2015

Chennai: With Northeast monsoon active over Tamil Nadu and neighbouring states, rains lashed many parts of South India even as the weather office has forecast more rains for tomorrow.

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 World Bank retains India's growth <strong>forecast</strong> at 7.5 percent this fiscal

World Bank retains India's growth forecast at 7.5 percent this fiscal

30 Oct 2015

New Delhi: The World Bank yesterday retained its India's growth forecast for 2015-16 saying it will continue to grow, but the catch is the acceleration year-on-year will be gradual.

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Ringing Bells comes under excise, I-T departments' scanner

Ringing Bells comes under excise, I-T departments' scanner

20 Feb 2016

New Delhi: Ringing Bells, makers of the world's cheapest smartphone, has come under the scanner of excise and income tax departments as debates around the feasibility of offering a Rs 251 handset rages on.

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Nestle lowers growth <strong>forecast</strong> on Maggi ban, China decline

Nestle lowers growth forecast on Maggi ban, China decline

16 Oct 2015

Zurich: Swiss multinational food giant Nestle today lowered its full-year growth forecast to 4.5 percent this year due to ban on Maggi noodles in India and slower sales recovery in China.

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