Building Collapses In Vadodara, Several Feared Trapped

Two severely injured persons have been rescued from the debris. Vadodara(Gujarat):  A building collapsed while being demolished in Gujarat’s Vadodara city, officials said. Several labourers who were working at the site are feared to be trapped under the debris. “This was an old building of L&T company. The company was demolishing the building on its … Read moreBuilding Collapses In Vadodara, Several Feared Trapped

HDFC Bank Q2 net jumps 26.8% to Rs 6,345 crore; provisions spike 48%

NEW DELHI: HDFC Bank on Saturday reported a 26.8 per cent year-on-year (YoY) rise in standalone net profit at Rs 6,345 crore for the September quarter after providing Rs 2,652.40 crore for taxation. The private lender had reported Rs 5,005.73 crore profit in the corresponding quarter last year. Analysts in an ET NOW poll had … Read moreHDFC Bank Q2 net jumps 26.8% to Rs 6,345 crore; provisions spike 48%

No Talks Under Shadow Of Guns, No Separate Constitution For Nagas: Centre

New Delhi:  The government has ruled out a separate flag and constitution for the Nagas as demanded by the NSCN-IM, and made it clear that the endless negotiations with the insurgent group under the “shadow of guns” are not acceptable. Interlocutor for the Naga talks and Nagaland Governor RN Ravi said the government is determined … Read moreNo Talks Under Shadow Of Guns, No Separate Constitution For Nagas: Centre

Air India’s Hyderabad MRO eyes EASA certification

HYDERABAD: Air India is in the process of obtaining European Union Air Safety Agency‘s certification for its Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) facility here, a senior official of the state-owned carrier said on Saturday here. “We are now trying to get EASA certification as most of the foreign Airlines look for it in order to … Read moreAir India’s Hyderabad MRO eyes EASA certification

In Gujarat, Case Against 4 Men For Burning Python, Circulating Video

The forest department has deployed five teams to trace the accused. (Representational) Banaskantha, Gujarat:  Four men in the Bodal village of Gujarat have been accused of burning alive a python on Friday and circulating the video of the incident on the social media platform TikTok. The Forest Department is conducting an investigation in the matter … Read moreIn Gujarat, Case Against 4 Men For Burning Python, Circulating Video

IUC-laced tariff balanced out with high data entitlements: Jio

New Delhi: Reliance Jio customers have to buy four top IUC top-up vouchers to be able to call another network post its decision to charge 6 paise a minute for such calls to rivals. Jio will provide additional data entitlement of equivalent value based on IUC top-up voucher consumption. This will ensure no increase in … Read moreIUC-laced tariff balanced out with high data entitlements: Jio

No Protests Allowed In Kashmir Till Situation Improves: Police Chief Dilbagh Singh

Farooq Abdullah’s daughter and sister were among those arrested and released this week. Srinagar:  No protests of any form, including sit-ins, will be allowed in Kashmir till the situation improves and the restrictions in the Kashmir Valley are completely lifted, the police said. On Tuesday, over a dozen women, including former Jammu and Kashmir Chief … Read moreNo Protests Allowed In Kashmir Till Situation Improves: Police Chief Dilbagh Singh

Jio charges for voice calls for IUC, rival telcos may wait till Jan 2020

NEW DELHI: Reliance Jio mobile services are no longer completely free as the company in an unexpected decision announced recently that it would charge 6 paise/minute from its customers for outgoing calls to other network operators to recover the Interconnect Usage Charges (IUC). But in the immediate period, there may not be any possibility of … Read moreJio charges for voice calls for IUC, rival telcos may wait till Jan 2020

“Pressure Is On Pak”: Army Chief On Terror Funding Watchdog FATF’s Move

“To be on such a ‘grey list’is a setback for any nation,” General Bipin Rawat said. New Delhi:  To be on the “grey list” of global terror funding watchdog FATF is a “setback for any nation”, Army chief General Bipin Rawat said today, a day after the Paris-based agency said the possibility of a formal … Read more“Pressure Is On Pak”: Army Chief On Terror Funding Watchdog FATF’s Move

Monsoon, BS VI switch, govt steps to push auto sales in second-half of FY20

Government investments in infrastructure projects, better-than-expected monsoons, easing liquidity, pre-buying ahead of transition to BS VI emission norms are all expected to boost demand for commercial vehicles in the second half of the fiscal year. Managing director of VE Commercial Vehicles, Vinod Aggarwal, said while commercial vehicle sales will remain in the red for the … Read moreMonsoon, BS VI switch, govt steps to push auto sales in second-half of FY20

Tulsi Gabbard Calls Hillary Clinton “Queen Of Warmongers” Over Russia Remark

2020 US Presidential Democratic Election: Tulsi Gabbard and Hillary Clinton engaged in a war of words Washington:  Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard on Friday slammed Hillary Clinton as “queen of warmongers” after the former US Secretary of State alleged that the Democratic election hopeful was being “groomed” by the Russians as the third-party candidate for the 2020 … Read moreTulsi Gabbard Calls Hillary Clinton “Queen Of Warmongers” Over Russia Remark

DHFL exposure: RBI rejects banks’ ‘Trust’ proposal

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) rejected a proposal by banks that would have allowed them provisioning relief to the tune of Rs 6,000 crore on borrowings by troubled mortgage lender Dewan Housing Finance Corp. Ltd (DHFL), said two people aware of the development. This could dent the December quarter earnings of Indian banks. Banks … Read moreDHFL exposure: RBI rejects banks’ ‘Trust’ proposal

Ebola Still An ‘Urgent’ Global Health Emergency: WHO

DRC’s latest Ebola epidemic, which began in August 2018, has killed 2,144 people. Geneva, Switzerland:  The deadly Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) remains an “urgent” global health emergency, The World Health Organization (WHO) said Friday at its Emergency Committee meeting. DRC’s latest Ebola epidemic, which began in August 2018, has killed … Read moreEbola Still An ‘Urgent’ Global Health Emergency: WHO

No slowdown in consumption: Reliance Retail

Reliance Retail on Friday said it has been resilient to the slowdown in consumption that has been impacting the wider economy. The company, which reported a 27 per cent rise in revenue to Rs 41,202 crore, said it has grown in a majority of segments and attributed the same to a mix of strategies it … Read moreNo slowdown in consumption: Reliance Retail

MaharashtrElections 2019- “We Don’t Fight With Kids”: Sharad Pawar On Devendra Fadnavis’s Jibe

Sharad Pawar said one doesn’t fight with “kids”. Beed/Pandharpur:  NCP chief Sharad Pawar on Friday hit back at Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis over his jibe that “there is no wrestler to fight with” in the Maharashtra Assembly polls, saying one doesn’t fight with “kids”. The NCP patriarch was speaking at a campaign rally at Ambejogai … Read moreMaharashtrElections 2019- “We Don’t Fight With Kids”: Sharad Pawar On Devendra Fadnavis’s Jibe

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