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Finally, Mahul residents may be shifted to Kurla

Finally, Mahul residents may be shifted to Kurla

Minister agrees to issue notification for temporary relocation within four days Mumbai: Months after protesting for a safe living space, around 5,500 families in Mahul are likely to be temporarily shifted to houses originally built for families affected by airport expansion, in Kurla. (Left) While families in Mahul, Chembur, are …

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Former coup leaders battle for control in Fiji election

Former coup leaders battle for control in Fiji election

Mr. Bainimarama has a troubled political history that has contributed to the coup culture. There are rumors he could stage another coup should he lose the election. Two men who led different military coups in Fiji are battling for control of the island nation in a general election on Wednesday. …

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Dead in cars and homes: Northern California fire toll at 42

Dead in cars and homes: Northern California fire toll at 42

Some of the thousands of people forced from their homes by the blaze were allowed to return, and authorities reopened U.S. 101, a major freeway through the fire zone in Los Angeles and Ventura counties. The dead were found in burned-out cars, in the smouldering ruins of their homes, or …

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‘Odisha can be a $1 trillion economy’

‘Odisha can be a $1 trillion economy’

The State can reach the mark by 2030, says Sajjan Jindal, CMD, JSW Group Fast economic growth, business potential and industry-friendly policy can make Odisha a $1 trillion economy by 2030, Sajjan Jindal, chairman and managing director, JSW Group, said. Addressing the second ‘Make in Odisha Conclave 2018’ here, Mr. …

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RBI unlikely to open window for NBFCs

RBI unlikely to open window for NBFCs

‘NBFCs should explore other options’ Amid growing demand for liquidity support for non-banking finance companies, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is unlikely to provide any special support to the sector, though it will continue to provide funds to the banking system as liquidity deficit in the system is a …

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Fresh spell of snow forecast for Kashmir Valley

Fresh spell of snow forecast for Kashmir Valley

Authorities ready with zone-wise strategy The authorities in Kashmir on Monday geared up to meet any eventuality as the Meteorological Department forecast another spell of wet weather, a week after snowfall inflicted damage worth over ₹500 crore on the horticulture sector in the Valley. Sonum Lotus, Director, Meteorological Department, said …

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BJP MLA vows to quit over goons joining party

BJP MLA vows to quit over goons joining party

Anil Gote says he will submit resignation to Speaker on first day of winter session Protesting against the Bharatiya Janata Party’s decision to allow goons and miscreants to join the party before elections, Anil Gote, party MLA from Dhule, announced on Monday that he would be resigning from his post. …

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I have had my innings as Chief Minister: Digvijaya Singh

I have had my innings as Chief Minister: Digvijaya Singh

Congress leader says the party is coming back to power in M.P., and there is no need to name a leader for the top post Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Digvijaya Singh says the Congress will return to power in the State, but rules out his candidature for the post of Chief …

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Finally, Congress gets its act together

Finally, Congress gets its act together

First list is mix of former ministers, sitting MLAs Finally, getting its act together after much wrangling among the party leaders, the Congress late on Monday night announced the first list of 65 candidates that included almost all the sitting members in the just dissolved House and former Ministers, who …

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All set for smooth conduct of elections in State: Chief Electoral Officer

All set for smooth conduct of elections in State: Chief Electoral Officer

The Election Commission has directed that the model polling stations should not be in pink colour The State election authority, the Chief Electoral Officer’s office, is leaving no scope for complaints in the conduct of elections to the Legislative Assembly, slated for December 7. In an interview, Chief Electoral Officer Rajat …

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