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  • India raises basic customs duty to 200 pc on goods exported from Pakistan
  • With moist eyes and proud hearts, Madhya Pradesh lays a martyr son to rest
  • Over 20 people may be under rubble after building collapse in St Petersburg- Authorities
  • Last rites of two martyred CRPF jawan performed in Bihar
  • India raises basic customs duty to 200 pc on goods exported from Pakistan
  • Operation against IS in Syria's Baghouz village nearing end - SDF
  • Farooq chaired NC meet, condemns Pulwama terror attack, calls for peace
  • Pulwama attack: Nation bids teary-eyed adieu to bravehearts
  • Terrorism should be condemned in the strongest of terms: Mamata
  • Vande Bharat express geared up for its commercial run on Sunday
  • Pulwana attack: Rajnath holds high level meeting to review security situation
  • Jitendra calls on J&K Guv to discuss Jammu situation
  • Army Officer martyred in mine blast on LoC in Naushera sector
  • Cabinet ministers, top officials join people of Punjab in bidding adieu to state's Pulwama martyrs
  • Terrorism should be condemned in the strongest of terms: Mamata
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India welcomes private participation in oil and gas value chain: Modi

India welcomes private participation in oil and gas value chain: Modi

Greater Noida, Feb 11 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said the government has encouraged private participation across the entire oil and gas value chain.



“India is becoming an attractive FDI destination. Companies like Saudi Aramco, ADNOC, TOTAL, Exxon-Mobil, BP and Shell are looking to increase their investments across the value chain,” said the PM while addressing large gathering of delegates from over 70 countries here at the second day of the 3-day Petrotech 2019.

He also added, “India is making rapid strides towards a gas based economy. Over sixteen thousand kilometres of gas pipeline has been constructed and an additional eleven thousand kilometers is under construction.”



“Execution of three thousand, two hundred kilometers of gas pipeline in Eastern India has begun. This will connect North East India with the National Gas Grid.



“The 10th bid round for City Gas Distribution will be complete in a month’s time. This will cover over four hundred districts. It will extend coverage of City Gas Distribution to 70 percent of our population,” he stated.

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Indian Bank revises interest rate on domestic term deposits

16 Feb 2019 | 7:35 PM

Chennai, Feb 16 (UNI) Chennai headquartered Indian Bank announces upward revision in interest rate on Domestic Term deposits by 50 bps to 90 bps for amount less than A1 crore across various tenors viz.

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Indian Bank revises interest rate on Domestic Term Deposits

16 Feb 2019 | 7:30 PM

Chennai, Feb 16(UNI) Chennai headquartered Indian Bank announces upward revision in interest rate on Domestic Term deposits by 50 bps to 90 bps for amount less than A1 crore across various tenors viz.

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Germany's Steinbeis signs various MoUs for Technology Transfer in India

16 Feb 2019 | 5:55 PM

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New Delhi, Feb 16 (UNI) With an aim to implement the German model of Innovation and technology
transfer and help the MSME sector grow in India, Steinbeis Centre for Technology Transfer, Germany signed MoUs with UKSDM (Uttarakhand Skill Development Mission) for setting up Dual TVET Studies Centre in
Uttarakhand, a statement here said.

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Deepak Nitrite Limited reports growth of 22 pc in Q3 FY19

16 Feb 2019 | 5:21 PM

New Delhi, Feb 16 (UNI) Deepak Nitrite Limited has reported a growth of 21.

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Reliance Foundation reaches out to families of Pulwama CRPF martyrs

Reliance Foundation reaches out to families of Pulwama CRPF martyrs

16 Feb 2019 | 4:28 PM

Mumbai/New Delhi, Feb 16 (UNI) The Reliance Foundation on Saturday expressed its readiness to assume full responsibility of the education and employment of the children and the livelihood of families of the Pulwama martyrs.

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