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Volvo Auto India to increase dealership network by 40 % 2.8.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Volvo Auto India to increase dealership network by 40 %
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‘Film institute in State on the lines of FTII the need of the hour’ 2.8.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Film institute in State on the lines of FTII the need of the hour’
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Deshpande gets Industry, Higher Education to be with CM 2.8.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Deshpande gets Industry, Higher Education to be with CM
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If you cried over onion prices, shed more tears for your pricey dal 2.8.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
If you cried over onion prices, shed more tears for your pricey dal
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New excise policy comes into effect 2.8.2015 Asian Age: Delhi
The new excise policy came into effect from Saturday, paving the way for establishment of microbreweries at hotels and restaurants in the national capital. According to the government, the policy is also aimed at ending the decades-old “inspector raj”. “As per the police, microbreweries will now be allowed to function at hotels and restaurants on seeking of licence. “The allowing of microbreweries will make available to the citizens of Delhi, fresh beer in different flavours, as is available in other places like Gurgaon, Bengaluru etc,” a senior government official said. The official also said that the new policy will provide an opportunity for those engaged in lawful business to carry out their professional activities. “Under new excise policy, it has been decided to do away with the present renewal system of excise licences for hotels, clubs and restaurants, and merely on payment of prescribed annual fee, the licences will be allowed to continue functioning,” official said. The excise duty will ...
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New excise policy comes into effect 2.8.2015 Asian Age: Delhi
The new excise policy came into effect from Saturday, paving the way for establishment of microbreweries at hotels and restaurants in the national capital. According to the government, the policy is also aimed at ending the decades-old “inspector raj”. “As per the police, microbreweries will now be allowed to function at hotels and restaurants on seeking of licence. “The allowing of microbreweries will make available to the citizens of Delhi, fresh beer in different flavours, as is available in other places like Gurgaon, Bengaluru etc,” a senior government official said. The official also said that the new policy will provide an opportunity for those engaged in lawful business to carry out their professional activities. “Under new excise policy, it has been decided to do away with the present renewal system of excise licences for hotels, clubs and restaurants, and merely on payment of prescribed annual fee, the licences will be allowed to continue functioning,” official said. The excise duty will ...
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‘Film institute in State on the lines of FTII the need of the hour’ 2.8.2015 Hindu: Home
I will establish institute if government allots land: Babu
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Cheers for tipplers: new excise policy implemented 2.8.2015 Hindu: News
The new excise policy came into effect from Saturday, paving the way for establishment of microbreweries at hotels and restaurants in the Capital.According to the government, the policy is a...
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Good theme, but poor realisation 2.8.2015 Hindu: News
Film: Ayal Njanalla Direction: Vineeth Kumar Starring: Fahadh Faasil, Mridhula Murali, Renji Panicker, Sreekumar ...
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Siddu Hands Over Industries Portfolio to Deshpande 2.8.2015 The New Indian Express - Karnataka - http://newindianexpress.com/states/karnataka/
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Woman, 3 Aides Held For Honey-trapping Engineer 2.8.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Grin and beer it: Delhi pubs can brew in-house 2.8.2015 Delhi News, Delhi City News - Cities News - Times of India
Beer lovers have a reason to cheer. Delhi government’s new excise policy that came into effect on Saturday has cleared the decks for establishment of microbreweries at hotels and ...
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Film appreciation course in September 2.8.2015 Mysore - City - The Times of India
The Karnataka Chalanachitra Academy (KCA), information and public relations department, University of Mysore and Mysuru Film Society have joined hands to organize a weeklong film appreciation course in the city from September 21 to September 28.
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'Poor internet in village, we aren't coming home' 2.8.2015 TOI: Bangalore Times
'Poor internet in village, we aren't coming home'
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A dirty pop-up amid pictures of development 2.8.2015 Hindu: Karnataka
The attention Bengaluru has gained in the global economic mindset over the last decades has not spilled over into its neighbouring regions.
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Call centres for healthcare, insurance services soon 2.8.2015 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
Companies like EXL, WNS, Antworks, Cognizant and Infosys, who already have infrastructure and experience in BPO services, are eyeing the ...
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Fraternity Of The Fast And Furious 1.8.2015 newindianexpress.com
The ultra rich road revolution in India started with Porsches and Bentleys. Now, people with fat wallets and a craze for speed take to the roads, riding expensive and powerful motorcycles on a rediscovery of exotic India and foreign shores on two wheels
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What's cooking for India's restaurant man? : The AD Singh profile 1.8.2015 DNA: India
The brain behind the high-profile, swanky restaurants Olive, Monkey Bar and Fatty Bao would be flamboyant, you'd think. But AD Singh comes across as simple, both in demeanour and words. He's readying for the Mumbai opening of SodaBottleOpenerWala, an Irani café and bar, which, after a great run in Gurgaon, New Delhi, Bangalore and Hyderabad, is slated for a September-launch at BKC. "In Mumbai, we've already opened Monkey Bar and The Fatty Bao. SodaBottleOpenerWala will be the third. We're coming up with Olive Bistro at Goregaon's Oberoi Mall as well, and a fifth brand (he won't say which), which will first open doors in Delhi." It has been quite a leap from being a qualified engineer from Lafayette College, Pennsylvania, to becoming one of India's best known restaurateurs. "I was bumping around options only to figure out what I wanted to do. After I was back from the US, I worked with Cadbury. Then I thought I should work in the NGO sector. I was 28 then, and they were paying me about Rs400-600. I knew I ...
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Industry portfolio for Deshpande 1.8.2015 deccanherald.com
In a minor reshuffle of portfolios, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Saturday gave the Industries and Commerce portfolio to his senior Cabinet colleague R V Deshpande, who was the Minister for Higher Education and Tourism. The Industries portfolio was with the chief minister all these days. The chief minister has taken back the Higher Education portfolio from Deshpande and kept it with himself. Deshpande will continue to hold Tourism portfolio. Governor Vajubhai Vala has issued a notification in this regard. Deshpande has been given the Industries portfolio following the governments recent decision to organise Global Investors Meet (GIM) in Bengaluru in November this year. Moreover, the chief minister, who is already burdened with key portfolios like Finance, DPAR and Bengaluru Development, was finding it difficult to handle the Industries and Commerce department, sources in the government said. Deshpande, who had served as Industries Minister for 10 years in the past, too was not comfortable with Higher ...
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Rise of a dark horse 1.8.2015 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Move over Mammootty, Mohanlal, Dileep and Jayaram. A new breed of young actors have taken Mollywood by storm and have in a short span of time managed to charm the box-office. Nivin Pauly, Dulquer Salman and Fahadh Fazil, the new triumvirate, all endowed with the boy-next-door looks have consolidated their position in the industry. While Dulquer is the son of Mammootty and Fahadh is ace director Fazil's son, the odd man out is Nivin, who is leading the pack if the skyrocketing collections of his latest Premam are anything to go by. The engineering graduate employed with an IT company decided to switch to films and auditioned for playback singer-turned-director Vineeth Srinivasan's debut film Malarvadi Arts Club, only to be edged out by the competition. But as luck would have it, he landed a role as a substitute for someone who cried off at the last moment and impressed the director so much that when Vineeth signed his next project Thattathin Marayathu, he only had Nivin in mind for the lead role. ...
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