User: divya_rrs Topic: Bombay
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Adani eyes Indiabulls' 1,350 MW Amravati Thermal Power Project 30.7.2014 ET: Power
What makes Amravati power project attractive for the Gautam Adani-led group is that its phase one has been completed with two operational units of 270 MW each.
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Adani eyes Indiabulls' power plant 30.7.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Adani eyes Indiabulls' power plant
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Modi needs to do well in Maha polls to prove he’s an able leader: Prithviraj Chavan 30.7.2014 FirstPost: Politics

Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan spoke to Firstpost editor Anant Rangaswami on the alliance with the NCP, achievements of his government, on the high decibel campaign that he anticipates and the prospects in the election.

The post Modi needs to do well in Maha polls to prove he’s an able leader: Prithviraj Chavan appeared first on Firstpost.

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Piramal Enterprises gets a partner in Holland's APG for $1 billion infrastructure joint venture 30.7.2014 ET: Finance / Insurance
Piramal and APG are initially bringing in $375 million each and over the next 3 years plan to ramp up their investment to $1 billion.
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Wetlands being reclaimed for realty projects & parking lots: Forest dept 30.7.2014 TOI: Mumbai
The wetlands in the coastal belts around Mumbai are being killed to make way for development, the Maharashtra forest department has told the Bombay high ...
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24 hour downpour adds 32 days' water stock 30.7.2014 TOI: Mumbai
A heavy downpour in the 24 hours between Monday and Tuesday added 32 days of water stock to the seven lakes supplying the ...
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Wetlands near city are dying, confirms government 30.7.2014 TOI: Mumbai
Despite a ban on their destruction, the wetlands in the coastal belts around Mumbai are being killed, a Bombay high court- ordered report has revealed. The damning report, prepared by chief conservator of forests (mangrove cell) N Vasudevan who inspected eight sites, found the wetlands being destroyed to make way for parking lots and realty ...
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Wetlands being reclaimed for realty projects and parking lots: Maharashtra forest dept 30.7.2014 TOI: Mumbai
The wetlands in the coastal belts around Mumbai are being killed to make way for development, the Maharashtra forest department has told the Bombay high ...
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24-hour downpour adds 32 days' water stock 29.7.2014 TOI: Mumbai
. The lakes now have four months’ supply. Also, not only has the season’s rainfall deficit been covered but Santa Cruz has got excess rainfall of 78.1mm and Colaba 101.5mm, ...
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People have no more anger left against UPA: Prithviraj Chavan 29.7.2014 FirstPost: Politics

Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan spoke to Firstpost editor Anant Rangaswami on the alliance with the NCP, achievements of his government, on the high decibel campaign that he anticipates and the prospects in the election.

The post People have no more anger left against UPA: Prithviraj Chavan appeared first on Firstpost.

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No clusters in Mumbai sans civic bodies' study: Bombay HC 29.7.2014 Latest News
The poll-bound Maharashtra government will have to cross the legal hurdle for the implementation of its ambitious cluster development in Mumbai and 15 other cities. The cluster development policy proposes four floor space index (FSI) for the planned ...
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How Madison Capital could be helping Subrata Roy to get out of jail 29.7.2014 DNA: Popular News
Madison Capital, a real estate giant based in New York, wants to buy Sahara's New York properties that include The Plaza and Dream Downtown for $800 million, media reports suggested. The Sahara group is looking to sell 3 prime properties: two in New York, and the other is luxury hotel Grosvenor House in London. There are other contenders for the deal which includes Poonawallah family (interested only in the London property), the Sultan of Brunei and an investor group backed by the royal family from Qatar. Subrata Roy must sell the properties real fast to comply with the court orders which makes it mandatory for them to raise Rs 10,000 crore to bail him out of jail. Roy, who has been in jail since March 4 this year, has not been granted bail by the Supreme Court, even to negotiate the deals. The Court had told the company that negotiations from within the jail could be facilitated. The Sahara group has to return a total of Rs 24000 crore that it had collected from investors. The instrument used to collect ...
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U.S. criticises India’s “restrictive” religious laws 28.7.2014 Hindu: International
Indian authorities implemented “restrictive laws” and did not “always efficiently or effectively prosecute those who attacked religious minorities,” especially in the context of anti-conversion la...
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What’s new 28.7.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
What’s new
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Sensex, Nifty slip to one-week lows as profit taking continues 28.7.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Sensex, Nifty slip to one-week lows as profit taking continues
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Sensex trades flat ahead of month-end expiry - Times of India 28.7.2014
Sensex trades flat ahead of month-end expiry Times of India MUMBAI: The benchmark BSE sensex was on Monday trading almost flat amid volatility ahead of monthly expiry of derivative contract on July 31. The market momentum witnessed heavy fluctuation with bouts of selling pressure in realty, oil & gas, teck, ...
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Sensex down 135 pts at one-week low, HUL up 3.69% on better profit numbers 28.7.2014 DNA: Popular News
The benchmark Sensex today fell for second straight day and ended 135.52 points down at a one-week low of 25,991.23 as investors booked profits in metal, oil&gas and realty shares after the recent rally. Trading activity was also sluggish ahead tomorrow's holiday and monthly expiry in derivatives on Thursday. Stock markets opened on a better note with the 30-scrip Sensex touching the day's high of 26,181.83 points in early trade. It later slipped below the 26,000-mark on across the board profit booking by participants and closed 135.52 points, or 0.52 per cent, down at 25,991.23. Intra-day, it had touched a low of 25.900.25. Today's Sensex closing is the weakest since 25,715.17 on July 21, 2014. On Friday, it had shed 145.10 points, snapping a record 8-day upmove in which the Sensex rose over 5 percent. Strong selling pressure was seen in sectors like realty, metals, oil & gas, PSUs, auto, banking and capital goods. Stocks of FMCG major Hindustan Unilever gained 3.69 per cent after the company today ...
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Sensex Down 135 Pts at One-Week Low on Profit-Taking 28.7.2014 newindianexpress.com
Strong selling pressure was seen in sectors like realty, metals, oil & gas, PSUs, auto, banking and capital goods.
Sensex sheds 135 points; realty, metal stocks lose shine 28.7.2014 HBL: Home
Volatile trading ahead of F&O expiry; earnings numbers, capital inflows eyed
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Sensex sheds 149 points; realty, metal stocks lose shine 28.7.2014 HBL: Stock Markets
F&O expiry, earnings numbers, capital inflows eyed
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