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  • Will Shiv Sena control Mumbai realty sector?

    Mumbai, Nov 18  () : Realty sector in the finance capital is waiting for the impact of the passing away of Shiv Sena chieftain Bal Thackeray on Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC). BMC is a mini-government within Maharashtra and literally controls one of the World’s most costliest properties. Developers are at the mercy of the Sena-…

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  • White tigress dies of dehydration in Bilaspur Zoo

    Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh), Nov.18 (ANI): A five-year old white tigress in Bilaspur’s Kanan Pendari Zoo has died from severe dehydration. The tigress was brought from Delhi Zoo and had given up eating food for several days. Attempts were made to feed the animal forcibly, but her condition continued to deteriorate. Forest ranger A S Nath said…

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  • Pandas may have originated in Spain

    Nov 16 (): A Spanish researchers’ team has completed a study to connect the fossils which according to them are likely to be associated with giant panda. Juan Abella, who led the study at Spain’s National Museum of Natural Sciences has found the fossils, which are expected to be about 11.5 to 12.5 million years…

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  • IMG to take decision on 14 coal blocks on Monday

    New Delhi, Nov. 18 (ANI): The Inter-Ministerial Group (IMG) is likely to meet on Monday to take a decision on about 14 coal blocks allocated to public sector units (PSUs). The IMG had examined 33 coal blocks allocated to PSUs on October 9 and 10, which were issued notices for delays in production. The panel…

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  • Fiscal deficit cannot be brought to 5.3%

    New Delhi,Nov 18 () : The fiscal deficit being contained to 5.3% of GDP as planned by FM P Chidambaram would not be possible after the 2G auction failure. The Government was banking on around $400 billion from the auction but the target fell by 75%. This has upset the FM’s calculation but he has…

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  • Egypt nursery school bus-train collision toll hits 50

    Cairo, Nov 18 (): A speeding train has crashed into a nursery school bus carrying children to their kindergarten in southern Egypt, killing at least 50, officials said. All but two of the dead were children, aged around four to eight, said a senior security official in Assiut, near the site. The bus was carrying…

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