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'Capitalism' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • BS6 Fuel Now Available In Delhi, Says Environment Minister

    BS6 Fuel Now Available In Delhi, Says Environment Minister

    Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar on Monday informed Rajya Sabha that fuel conforming to stringent BS-VI emission norms has been introduced in the national capital to reduce air pollution. The Minister also informed the Upper House that sale of BS-VI compliant vehicles would begin in the country from next year.

  • Opinion: India's Hedge Funds Threatened by Higher Taxes

    Opinion: India's Hedge Funds Threatened by Higher Taxes

    The Securities and Exchange Board of India, or SEBI, has always been suspicious of the source of capital for hedge funds investing in India from Singapore or Hong Kong.

  • Why Families Stayed In Decades-Old Structure In Mumbai Despite Danger

    Why Families Stayed In Decades-Old Structure In Mumbai Despite Danger

    The collapse of a decades-old multistorey building in Mumbai's Dongri on Tuesday has revived focus on illegal buildings way past their sell-by date endangering lives in India's commercial capital, where finding an accommodation is a huge challenge.

  • Delhi Government Built 23 Flyovers In 4.5 Years, Says Arvind Kejriwal

    Delhi Government Built 23 Flyovers In 4.5 Years, Says Arvind Kejriwal

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today inaugurated the 2.85 km signal-free new RTR Flyover, and said a few more such projects will come up in the national capital before the end of his government''s tenure.

  • Rupee Ends Higher At 68.54 Against Dollar

    Rupee Ends Higher At 68.54 Against Dollar

    Foreign institutional investors remained net sellers in the capital markets, pulling out Rs 216.44 crore on Monday, provisional exchange data showed

  • International Drug Dealers Behind Sri Lanka Easter Bombings: President

    International Drug Dealers Behind Sri Lanka Easter Bombings: President

    International drug syndicates orchestrated Sri Lanka's deadly Easter Sunday bombings, the country's leader claimed Monday, despite earlier blaming the attacks on Islamists.

  • Heavy Rain Hits Parts Of Delhi After Days Of Heat, Humidity

    Heavy Rain Hits Parts Of Delhi After Days Of Heat, Humidity

    Heavy rain lashed parts of Delhi on Monday afternoon after days of dry spell in the National Capital Region. Earlier in the day, cloudy skies had raised hopes of Delhi residents reeling under the heat coupled with humidity since the onset of monsoon.

  • Aam Aadmi Party's Free Wi-Fi Promise for Delhi Still a Dream

    Aam Aadmi Party's Free Wi-Fi Promise for Delhi Still a Dream

    With the Arvind Kejriwal government about to complete its tenure, the people of Delhi continue to wait for free Wi-Fi internet access across the national capital with the AAP's promised project still in the pipeline.

  • Light Rain Expected In Delhi, Nearby Areas Today: Weather Department

    Light Rain Expected In Delhi, Nearby Areas Today: Weather Department

    Delhi Rain Today: The long wait for rain in New Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR) is likely to end today as the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted light shower later in the day. It is expected to continue till Thursday, the weather department added.

  • Rupee Moves Higher To 68.53 Against Dollar

    Rupee Moves Higher To 68.53 Against Dollar

    Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) remained net sellers in the capital markets, pulling out Rs 850.11 crore on Friday, as per provisional data.

  • 14 Killed In Building Collapse After Heavy Rain In Himachal's Solan

    14 Killed In Building Collapse After Heavy Rain In Himachal's Solan

    Fourteen people, including Army personnel, were killed after a multi-storey building collapsed in Himachal Pradesh's Solan, around 45 km from capital Shimla, on Sunday. Seventeenpeople - 12 civilians and five soldiers - have been rescued from the rubble till now, said a policeofficer.

  • Cars Forced To Make Way For The Two-Wheel Revolution In Paris

    Cars Forced To Make Way For The Two-Wheel Revolution In Paris

    With the wind rushing through their hair, they zip past on bikes, electric scooters and mono-wheels, effortlessly passing lines of hot-and-bothered drivers stuck in the endless Paris traffic. In the French capital, the new mobility revolution has caught on fast, with locals and tourists embracing the growing array of app-based ways to get around. A...

  • 46 Police Dogs, Their Handlers Transferred In Madhya Pradesh

    46 Police Dogs, Their Handlers Transferred In Madhya Pradesh

    The Congress government in Madhya Pradesh has ordered the transfer of 46 police dogs and their handlers. In an order issued on Friday by the commandant of the 23 Battalion of Madhya Pradesh Police, 46 dogs and their handlers were transferred, including eight-year-old sniffer dog Duffy from Chhindwara, Chief Minister Kamal Nath's home district, to h...

  • Pure EV Aims To Launch Long-Range Electric Motorcycles Next Year

    Pure EV Aims To Launch Long-Range Electric Motorcycles Next Year

    The company which raised venture capital funding from Hyderabad-based pharmaceuticals visionary V.C. Nannapaneni, has also been developing a prototype of HVDC (high-voltage direct current) electric truck/bus lithium battery modules and intends to showcase them in 2020 for potential collaborations.

  • Kerala University Student Stabbed On Campus, Protests Erupt

    Kerala University Student Stabbed On Campus, Protests Erupt

    A third year student was stabbed today at the University College campus, affiliated to Kerala University in capital Thiruvananthapuram after a fight with other students.

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'Capitalism' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • BS6 Fuel Now Available In Delhi, Says Environment Minister

    BS6 Fuel Now Available In Delhi, Says Environment Minister

    Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar on Monday informed Rajya Sabha that fuel conforming to stringent BS-VI emission norms has been introduced in the national capital to reduce air pollution. The Minister also informed the Upper House that sale of BS-VI compliant vehicles would begin in the country from next year.

  • Opinion: India's Hedge Funds Threatened by Higher Taxes

    Opinion: India's Hedge Funds Threatened by Higher Taxes

    The Securities and Exchange Board of India, or SEBI, has always been suspicious of the source of capital for hedge funds investing in India from Singapore or Hong Kong.

  • Why Families Stayed In Decades-Old Structure In Mumbai Despite Danger

    Why Families Stayed In Decades-Old Structure In Mumbai Despite Danger

    The collapse of a decades-old multistorey building in Mumbai's Dongri on Tuesday has revived focus on illegal buildings way past their sell-by date endangering lives in India's commercial capital, where finding an accommodation is a huge challenge.

  • Delhi Government Built 23 Flyovers In 4.5 Years, Says Arvind Kejriwal

    Delhi Government Built 23 Flyovers In 4.5 Years, Says Arvind Kejriwal

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today inaugurated the 2.85 km signal-free new RTR Flyover, and said a few more such projects will come up in the national capital before the end of his government''s tenure.

  • Rupee Ends Higher At 68.54 Against Dollar

    Rupee Ends Higher At 68.54 Against Dollar

    Foreign institutional investors remained net sellers in the capital markets, pulling out Rs 216.44 crore on Monday, provisional exchange data showed

  • International Drug Dealers Behind Sri Lanka Easter Bombings: President

    International Drug Dealers Behind Sri Lanka Easter Bombings: President

    International drug syndicates orchestrated Sri Lanka's deadly Easter Sunday bombings, the country's leader claimed Monday, despite earlier blaming the attacks on Islamists.

  • Heavy Rain Hits Parts Of Delhi After Days Of Heat, Humidity

    Heavy Rain Hits Parts Of Delhi After Days Of Heat, Humidity

    Heavy rain lashed parts of Delhi on Monday afternoon after days of dry spell in the National Capital Region. Earlier in the day, cloudy skies had raised hopes of Delhi residents reeling under the heat coupled with humidity since the onset of monsoon.

  • Aam Aadmi Party's Free Wi-Fi Promise for Delhi Still a Dream

    Aam Aadmi Party's Free Wi-Fi Promise for Delhi Still a Dream

    With the Arvind Kejriwal government about to complete its tenure, the people of Delhi continue to wait for free Wi-Fi internet access across the national capital with the AAP's promised project still in the pipeline.

  • Light Rain Expected In Delhi, Nearby Areas Today: Weather Department

    Light Rain Expected In Delhi, Nearby Areas Today: Weather Department

    Delhi Rain Today: The long wait for rain in New Delhi and the National Capital Region (NCR) is likely to end today as the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted light shower later in the day. It is expected to continue till Thursday, the weather department added.

  • Rupee Moves Higher To 68.53 Against Dollar

    Rupee Moves Higher To 68.53 Against Dollar

    Foreign institutional investors (FIIs) remained net sellers in the capital markets, pulling out Rs 850.11 crore on Friday, as per provisional data.

  • 14 Killed In Building Collapse After Heavy Rain In Himachal's Solan

    14 Killed In Building Collapse After Heavy Rain In Himachal's Solan

    Fourteen people, including Army personnel, were killed after a multi-storey building collapsed in Himachal Pradesh's Solan, around 45 km from capital Shimla, on Sunday. Seventeenpeople - 12 civilians and five soldiers - have been rescued from the rubble till now, said a policeofficer.

  • Cars Forced To Make Way For The Two-Wheel Revolution In Paris

    Cars Forced To Make Way For The Two-Wheel Revolution In Paris

    With the wind rushing through their hair, they zip past on bikes, electric scooters and mono-wheels, effortlessly passing lines of hot-and-bothered drivers stuck in the endless Paris traffic. In the French capital, the new mobility revolution has caught on fast, with locals and tourists embracing the growing array of app-based ways to get around. A...

  • 46 Police Dogs, Their Handlers Transferred In Madhya Pradesh

    46 Police Dogs, Their Handlers Transferred In Madhya Pradesh

    The Congress government in Madhya Pradesh has ordered the transfer of 46 police dogs and their handlers. In an order issued on Friday by the commandant of the 23 Battalion of Madhya Pradesh Police, 46 dogs and their handlers were transferred, including eight-year-old sniffer dog Duffy from Chhindwara, Chief Minister Kamal Nath's home district, to h...

  • Pure EV Aims To Launch Long-Range Electric Motorcycles Next Year

    Pure EV Aims To Launch Long-Range Electric Motorcycles Next Year

    The company which raised venture capital funding from Hyderabad-based pharmaceuticals visionary V.C. Nannapaneni, has also been developing a prototype of HVDC (high-voltage direct current) electric truck/bus lithium battery modules and intends to showcase them in 2020 for potential collaborations.

  • Kerala University Student Stabbed On Campus, Protests Erupt

    Kerala University Student Stabbed On Campus, Protests Erupt

    A third year student was stabbed today at the University College campus, affiliated to Kerala University in capital Thiruvananthapuram after a fight with other students.

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