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Bengal attracts Rs 2.19 lakh cr of investment proposals
SME Times News Bureau | 18 Jan, 2018
The two-day "Bengal Global Business Summit 2018" organised by the state government has received new investment proposals worth Rs 2,19,925 crore, which is less than last year by about Rs 15,000 crore, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced here on Wednesday.
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Odisha okeys 5 new projects worth over Rs 328 cr
SME Times News Bureau | 17 Jan, 2017
The Odisha government on Tuesday approved five investment proposals worth Rs 328 crore that will create employment opportunity for 1,674 people.
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Bengal opposition parties demand white paper on business proposals
SME Times Home Page | 17 Jan, 2018
West Bengal's opposition parties - the Congress, BJP and CPI-M - on Tuesday demanded "white paper" from the Mamata Banerjee government on the number of actual fructified proposals that the state had received in earlier business summits.
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Rs 10,743 cr spent to improve connectivity in NE: DoT
SME Times News Bureau | 17 Jan, 2018
The government on Tuesday said it will invest Rs 10,743 crore for improving the telecommunication network in the northeastern states and along the National Highways in the region.
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Rajasthan refinery will change state's future: PM
SME Times News Bureau | 17 Jan, 2018
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that the petroleum refinery he inaugurated in Barmer district will not only change the future of Rajasthan, but also help generate energy for the entire country.
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Former Goa CM wants river water privatised, exported
SME Times News Bureau | 17 Jan, 2018
Even as Goa and Karnataka slug it out over the disputed waters of the Mhadei/Mandovi river water, former Goa Chief Minister Ravi Naik has suggested a 'unique' idea to tap the excess river water flowing into the Arabian Sea.
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Bengal signs MoU for more KFC, Pizza Hut outlets
SME Times News Bureau | 16 Jan, 2018
The West Bengal government on Monday said its Food Processing Industries and Horticulture Department has signed an MoU with Devyani International Ltd for setting up more KFC and Pizza Hut restaurants in the state.
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Andhra CM urges Modi to fulfil commitments
SME Times News Bureau | 12 Jan, 2018
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu met Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on Friday and urged him to fulfil all the commitments made in the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act.
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Punjab farmers worried over fall in potato prices
SME Times News Bureau | 11 Jan, 2018
Even as a new harvesting season has begun, Punjab's farmers are staring at bleak prospects with potato prices, that had hit rock-bottom last year, not showing signs of returning to previous levels.
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Himachal under Rs 46,500 crore debt: CM
SME Times News Bureau | 03 Jan, 2017
Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur on Tuesday accused the previous Congress government of pushing the state to a financial crisis with a Rs 46,500 crore debt.
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