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Rs 22,84,00,000 and counting! Donations received by famous Shirdi temple

The famous Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust has witnessed a steady rise in its fortunes in the form of donations from devotees over the last few years, a senior official of the organisation said on......

Arunachal 'missing' from Maharashtra board textbooks!

For lakhs of 10th class students in Maharashtra, Arunachal Pradesh is not a part of the country, as the north-eastern state is reportedly "missing" from the map in their geography textbooks. Taking......

Half of Maha ministers flout CM's order on assets

At a time when the lavish wedding of a Maharashtra minister's children has come under the scanner, it now emerges that almost half the ministers in the Congress-Nationalist Congress Party......

Finally, Maharashtra gets a new government

Ashok Chavan was on Saturday sworn in as the 21st chief minister of Maharashtra with his 38-member council of ministers, ending the fortnight-long political logjam with coalition partner the......

Maha polls: High-profile rebels may affect outcome

The presence of some high-profile rebels from all political parties in the Maharashtra assembly poll fray has made the electoral battle a curious tussle to see if the outcome would be a repeat of......

India's 'fastest-growing' GDP stats: What's the truth?

The slowdown is especially pronounced in rural areas, which have suffered two consecutive dry years. From rural motorbike sales to rail freight, economists and even the central bank are devising......

Bt cotton turns out to be a disaster for Indian farmers

The whitefly outbreak has intensified a debate over GM crops just as Prime Minister Narendra Modi's office reviews a proposal to allow farmers to grow GM mustard. Image: Bhinder Kaur, widow of......

In shadow of Chinese rout, India fights illegal 'dabba' market

A crack team of regulators and specially trained police are spearheading India's efforts to stamp out the country's "shadow" market in shares and commodities, turning up the heat on backstreet......

India downgrades monsoon forecast, stokes drought fears

Rainfall of less than 90 per cent is considered to result in a drought year. India on Tuesday cut this year's monsoon forecast to 88 per cent of the long-term average. India's move was prompted by......

Divine help! Modi eyes temple gold to tide over trade imbalance

 A successful gold monetisation programme could go a long way in helping India reduce its trade imbalance.  Image: Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to get his hands on temple gold to......

Allies turn foes as BJP takes on Sena in Mumbai cricket polls

The Mumbai Cricket Association's biennial elections have turned into a virtual political slugfest. Harish Kotian presents details. Image: Vijay Patil (left), Sharad Pawar They may be allies......
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India to buy 6.7 percent more summer-sown rice for welfare schemes

MUMBAI (Reuters) - India is planning to buy 33 million tonnes of summer-sown rice from farmers in the 2016/17 season for its food welfare... ...

https://in.news.yahoo.com/india-buy-6-7-percent-more-summer-sown-140522467--finance.html
HA workers delegation in Delhi for talks

Pimpri Chinchwad: The Hindustan Antibiotics Mazdoor Sangh has demanded that the Union government decide about a public-private partnership for... ...

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/pune/HA-workers-delegation-in-Delhi-for-talks/articleshow/53440646.cms
Asia Gold-Steadily higher prices keep a lid on physical demand

By Vijaykumar Vedala and Sethuraman N R BENGALURU, July 28 (Reuters) - Physical gold sales remainedsubdued in Asia this week as steadily higher... ...

http://www.sify.com/finance/asia-gold-steadily-higher-prices-keep-a-lid-on-physical-demand-news-others-qh2pamdjefaai.html
India seeks pulses from Myanmar, Africa to ease shortage, minister says

MUMBAI (Reuters) - India is looking to import pulses from Myanmar and African nations to counter a domestic shortfall of 7.6 million tonnes that... ...

https://in.news.yahoo.com/india-seeks-pulses-myanmar-africa-ease-shortage-minister-064131178.html
EXHIBITING PENGUINS AT ZOO NOT A GOOD IDEA, SAY WILDLIFE EXPERTS

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Mumbai, July 27 -- Wildlife activists said that exhibiting... ...

http://www.htsyndication.com/htsportal/article/EXHIBITING-PENGUINS-AT-ZOO-NOT-A-GOOD-IDEA%2C-SAY-WILDLIFE-EXPERTS/14699781

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