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BULLION: Gold prices slumped below the Rs 30,000-mark by

falling Rs 450 to close at Rs 29,550 per ten grams at the bullion market during the week amid a weak trend overseas.

TN govt gets flak for affidavit on farmer suicides

In a development that will anger the protesting Tamil Nadu farmers in the national capital, the state government on Friday found itself in a new controversy over the affidavit filed in the Supreme..

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News video: Voters queue up as polling for BMC election begins

Voters queue up as polling for BMC election begins 01:17

Mumbai (Maharashtra), Feb 21 (ANI): People in large numbers came out of their houses early Tuesday morning to cast their votes for the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) polls. The voters will..
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News video: Maharashtra Civic polls: Mohan Bhagwat casts his ballot

Maharashtra Civic polls: Mohan Bhagwat casts his ballot 00:40

Nagpur (Maharashtra), Feb 21 (ANI): As Nagpur Municipal Corporation goes to polls today, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Chief Mohan Bhagwat also cast his vote in the city. Bhagwat voted at a polling..
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News video: Nepalese Currency Aplenty Found In Sambhal

Nepalese Currency Aplenty Found In Sambhal 00:41

Cops have been checking people of carrying unaccounted currency off late. In UP’s Sambhal the khaki has caught 1,60,000 currency of which Rs 30,000 is in Nepalese currency. Cops are now trying to..
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News video: 'Law Library' inaugurated at district court

'Law Library' inaugurated at district court 02:21

Leh, Nov 04 (ANI): Jammu and Kashmir High Court Judge Justice Tashi Rabstan inaugurated the District Bar Association "Law Library" at District Court Leh on Thursday. Speaking on the occasion,..
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News video: High-speed travel: Nitin Gadkari inaugurates new road projects

High-speed travel: Nitin Gadkari inaugurates new road projects 00:42

Rupnagar (Punjab), Sep 15 (ANI): Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari inaugurated a new road project in Punjab’s Rupnagar distrcit. Gadkari said Punjab was being accorded..
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PSUs to invest Rs 30,000 cr to revive 4 fertiliser plants

Cash-rich coal, power and oil PSUs will jointly invest about Rs 30,000 crore to revive four mothballed fertiliser plants by 2020-21 to make India self- sufficient in urea production and cut imports.

No private firm will buy Railways, given the public service obligation: Suresh Prabhhu

Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has ruled out privatisation of the Indian Railways, saying it cannot ignore the common man who depends hugely on the public transporter. He also said that the railways..

Suresh Prabhu: No privatisation of railways

Suresh Prabhu also said that the railways will have to bear the public service obligation - which is currently between Rs 30,000 and 35,000 crore - for the foreseeable future.

No privatisation of Indian railways: Suresh Prabhu

The Indian Railways' public services obligation are currently almost Rs 30,000-35,000 crore.
Zee News

Court discharges arms dealer Abhishek Verma in graft case

court discharges arms dealer abhishek verma in graft case
*New Delhi*: Arms dealer Abhishek Verma, his wife and others were discharged by special court on Wednesday in a CBI case involving alleged payments to some officials to influence the Defence Ministry..

Gold price dips below Rs 30,000-mark on weak global cues

Gold prices on Monday dipped below the Rs 30,000 mark, tumbling by Rs 350 to Rs 29,650 per 10 grams at the bullion market, tracking a weak trend overseas amid fall in demand from local jewellers.  
Zee News Also reported by •DNA

Gold reclaims Rs 30,000-mark on global cues, jewellers purchase

Gold prices reclaimed the Rs 30,000-mark for the first time in over six weeks by climbing Rs 200 per 10 grams on Saturday. The recovery was seen on basis of global cues and increased purchase in..
Zee News Also reported by •IndiaTimesDNA

Bullion: Gold extended gains for the third straight week

and recaptured the Rs 30,000-mark at the bullion market as local jewellers continued their buying activity to meet ongoing wedding season demand amid positive trend in global markets.

Indian Railways pays Rs 30,000 to family who could not use loo for 90 minutes

Those who could not find a place to sit squatted on compartment's floor and blocked the passages towards the washrooms and the washbasin, the complainant said.
India Today

Couple get life term for killing man for over a petty loan

A couple was sentenced to life imprisonment by a local court here today for killing a man for his failure to pay them back a paltry sum of Rs 30,000.

Rlys to start dog breeding centre to raise own force

Railways will set up a dog breeding and training centre to deal with the increased requirement of pedigree dogs for detecting explosives and drugs on its premises. Currently Railways dog squad has only..
Deccan Herald

Now, Aadhaar details must to get sand

The district administration has made it mandatory to furnish Aadhaar for availing of sand in the district, to check illegal sand mining and filter sand mafia. The district had introduced 'random..
Deccan Herald

EC to probe irregularities in R K Nagar

Among the many accusations that the Election Commission decided to probe is one against the ruling AIADMK faction on handing out a large number of hats, caps and scarfs in R K Nagar constituency where..
Deccan Herald

Mumbai: 3 arrested with fake notes worth Rs 70 lakh, police recovers printing machine

Police said that the accused had used fake notes worth over Rs 30,000 in Mumbai markets.
India Today

Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro with 16-megapixel front-facing camera launched in India: Price, specifications and features

After launching the Galaxy C9 Pro in India earlier this year, Samsung today has launched yet another C-series smartphone. The Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro is targeted towards the selfie-centric audience,..
BGR India

Ajmer deewan 'sacked' by brother, declared 'apostate' for beef ban support

*Ajmer:* A long-running family feud at the revered Ajmer sufi shrine culminated on Wednesday with the "sacking" of its spiritual head Syed Zainul Abedin, who was dubbed by his younger brother as an..

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