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NEW DELHI

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said India was marching from "Swaraj to Su-raj" and urged the 125 crore people to contribute towards creating a "New India".

Yogi gives credit to Modi, Shah for UP victory
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Uttar Pradesh chief minister Aditya Nath Yogi today asked all BJP office bearers and public representatives not to undertake any contractual work and instead monitor them for effective execution.

Ahmedabad

Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Pravin Togadia today asked the Centre to tread the path of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and enact a law to pave way to build Ram temple in Ayodhya.

Burdwan

Eight persons were killed and one was injured when a multi utility vehicle (MUV) collided with a truck in Burdwan district today, police said.

Melbourne/Kottayam

An Indian man from Kerala was allegedly assaulted by a group of teenagers who hurled racial abuses at him at a restaurant in Australia's Hobart.

Kathmandu

Nepal President Bidya Devi Bhandari will visit India from April 17, her first official foreign trip after assuming office in 2015. The President's Office has confirmed her India visit, though the detail itinerary of the visit is yet to be made public.

Mount Abu

BJP patriarch L K Advani today said he has learnt from the RSS not to promote any wrongdoing and has never compromised with his principles.

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KURMA RAO

The ‘Musth’ tusker of the Forest Corporation that went berserk in the Mayabunder region last Friday has been brought under control after a sustained operation by the joint team of Forest and the Police Department on Sunday.

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TABASSUM

Booked for assault

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BALRAM SINGH

In an unusual incident, farm animals seriously injured its owners on Sunday at Shashtri Nagar here. According to reports, the livestock owner, an elderly woman along with her son, went to the seashore at Shashtri Nagar to bring back the cattle home after grazing.

Port Blair

The Consumer Cooperative Stores Limited will hold a camp under Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Ayojana on March 28 at Havelock CCS outlet from 9.30 am to 1 pm. All eligible consumers in nearby areas have been requested to utilise the opportunity.

Port Blair

It has been hereby noticed that passengers report at Phoenix Bay Terminal few minutes prior to scheduled departure of ships, which creates discomfort to passengers and also pressure on security check as well as at times passengers have to miss their ships.

NEW DELHI

Why was not the conversion of old currency notes allowed till March 31, 2017 for Indians as assured by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his speech on November 8 announcing demonetisation?

NEW DELHI

All existing subscribers of mobile services will have to go for Aadhaar-based re-verification soon, with the government instructing telecom operators to initiate the process.

NEW DELHI

The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) plans to audit the impact of note ban and the affect it has had on government tax revenues, said CAG Shashi Kant Sharma.

NEW DELHI

Asking the people to take the fight against black money and graft to the "next level", Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday urged them to use less cash in their daily lives and continue to support the movement towards digital payments started after the note ban.

NEW DELHI

Car, motorcycle and health insurance will cost more from April 1 with regulator Irdai giving go-ahead to insurers for revision in commission for agents.
The change in premium after modification will be limited to +/- 5 per cent of the existing rates.

NEW DELHI

The Union government is likely to table supplementary goods and services tax legislations in Parliament on Monday.

NEW DELHI

Private charter firms Deccan Charter and Air Odisha together are learnt to have bagged around 50 regional air routes to propel the government's ambitious regional connectivity scheme, UDAN.

NEW DELHI

India has become the third largest aviation market in terms of domestic passenger traffic, beating Japan, an industry report has said.

NEW DELHI

The Supreme Court has asked automobile companies not to frustrate the government's initiative to check increasing levels of pollution by selling BS-III vehicles which they are holding in stock.

Jaigad (Maha)

JSW Steel is keen to capitalise on the stress in the sector by acquiring distressed alloy companies so that it can expand its capacity faster, a top official has said.

NEW DELHI

State-run aerospace behemoth Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) has finalised a major plan to manufacture nearly 1,000 military helicopters and over a hundred planes, in tune with government's focus on speeding up defence indigenisation.

Agartala

The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) has established a recoverable reserve of 40-45 Million Metric Standard Cubic Meter gas (MMSCM) in the wake of massive exploration drive in Tripura, officials said.

Mumbai

Having imported fruits from all over the world for over 50 years, domestic firm IG International has entered the exports business by shipping grapes to Europe, Russia and South Asian countries.

NEW DELHI

Budget carrier SpiceJet Sunday launched its services to Surat with a direct flight from here to Gujarat's textile city.

NEW DELHI

Foreign investors have pumped in about $6 billion in capital markets so far this month, buoyed by expectations that BJP's victory in assembly polls is a precursor to more "bold, reformist policies" in India.

Mumbai

SBI Life is set to enter Bahrain in next financial year and is awaiting regulatory permission to open a branch there, a top company official has said.

Mumbai

Banker Uday Kotak has said the BJP's win in the recent state polls is positive for economic reforms and the government should now focus on re-activating "animal spirits" of the private sector to invest.

Mumbai

The digital content industry is confident of finding its place in the market soon, with the advertisers' rising interest in it and the Broadcast Audience Research Council planning a measuring tool for the segment.

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