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Consumer court issues notice to Mercedes-Benz

The state’s apex consumer disputes redressal body has issued notices to Mercedes-Benz India Pvt Ltd and its local dealer for supplying a “defective” car to Congress Rajya Sabha MP Vijay Darda.

PVT players may be allowed in mineral sector

The Centre is keen to get the private sector into mineral exploration as government agencies entrusted with the job have been unable to meet the desired output levels.

Centre hints at allowing private players in mineral exploration


Mineral exploration in the last 66 years had been quite meagre in India

Boxers Sangwan, Satish clinch golds at national championships

Railways’ Amandeep won the flyweight (52kg) title.

Asian Games bronze medallist Satish Kumar won the super-heavyweight title while Olympian Sumit Sangwan also won gold in the light-heavy category as Boxing India’s first elite men’s national championsh

Union opposes FDI in Railways, threatens indefinite strike


NFIR offered Rail Ministry to take loan from the Provident Fund of the Railway employees

Vidarbha: 12 farmer suicides in 72 hours

During the last 72 hours, 12 farmers from Vidarbha region in Maharashtra committed suicide due to crop losses, Vidarbha Jan Andolan Samiti chief Kishore Tiwari said in Nagpur on Sunday.

12 farmers kill selves in 72 hrs

During the last 72 hours, 12 farmers from Vidarbha region in Maharashtra had committed suicide due to crop losses, Vidarbha Jan Andolan Samittee chief Kishore Tiwari announced here on Sunday.

MCGM’s weak handling led to cost overruns of Rs 2,700 crore

The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) has blamed weak management and lapses on part of the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) for the delay and cost escalation of Brihanmumbai

Government seeks advocate general’s views on quota

Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Wednesday said that the state would seek advice from the advocate general on the issue of Muslim reservation.

Opposition continues boycott of House

The Opposition parties on Wednesday continued their boycott from the state Assembly in protest of the government’s decision deferring Muslim reservation.

The expected electoral victory in Greece of Syrizia, an acronym meaning “radical coalition of the Left”, had made waves across financial markets.

US President Barack Obama, during his visit to India this week, intends to highlight the strategically essential US-India relationship and shore up support for a wide variety of shared policy interest