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Modi in UP to address farmers
SME Times News Bureau | 21 Jul, 2018
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Uttar Pradesh on Saturday for a farmers rally at Shahjahanpur, an official said.
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Sebi proposes framework for corporates borrowings from bond market
SME Times News Bureau | 21 Jul, 2018
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) on Friday proposed a framework which will require large corporates to raise 25 per cent of their incremental borrowings from bond market.
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Central team in Kerala to inspect flood-hit districts
SME Times News Bureau | 21 Jul, 2018
A team led by Union Minister Kiren Rijiju arrived in Kerala on Saturday to visit flood-hit districts amid differences over compensation promised by the Centre.
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Regulate cryptocurrency to curb illegal transaction: RBI to SC
SME Times News Bureau | 21 Jul, 2018
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday told the Supreme Court that it is necessary to regulate the Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to check illegal transactions which will impact the international flow of funds.
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Culture Ministry restoring Bengal heritage sites, work likely to end by Oct
SME Times News Bureau | 21 Jul, 2018
The Union Culture Ministry is carrying out large scale restoration work of heritage buildings and places of art in Kolkata using organic and natural conservation processes, with the project likely to be completed by October, a top official said here on Friday.
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CAG thumbs down to diesel locomotives contract
IANS | 21 Jul, 2018
Diesel locomotives manufactured under an agreement between India and the US will have no scope for productive use by Indian Railways as it planned 100 per cent electrification, a CAG report tabled in Parliament on Friday said.
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Aircel-Maxis case: Chidambaram approved investment beyond his mandate, says CBI
SME Times News Bureau | 20 Jul, 2018
The CBI listed on Thursday former Finance Minister P. Chidambaram as an accused in the Aircel-Maxis case, alleging that he had power to approve foreign investments only up to Rs 600 crore but he cleared Rs 3,200-crore investment without referring the matter to CCEA.
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No move to sell land of loan-defaulter farmers: Punjab Minister
IANS | 20 Jul, 2018
Punjab Cooperation Minister Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa on Thursday said that there is no move or intention to sell the land of farmers to recover dues by the State Agriculture Cooperative Bank.
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CBI charge sheet in Mallya case will name ex-Minister: BJP lawmaker
SME Times News Bureau | 20 Jul, 2018
BJP's Nishikant Dubey on Thursday said in the Lok Sabha that the CBI will file a charge sheet against Vijay Mallya and name a former Finance Minister, leading to loud protests from the Congress.
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Haryana bans new pyrolysis plants
IANS | 20 Jul, 2018
The Haryana State Pollution Control Board has imposed prohibition on establishing new pyrolysis plants (for extraction of fuel oil from waste rubber tyres) in the state till the study in the local effects caused on health and environment by them is completed, a spokesperson said on Thursday.
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