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CCI on Ola vs Meru and Fast Track: dominance, predatory pricing, barrier to entry & more 21.7.2017 Resources: Medianama
CCI on Ola vs Meru and Fast Track: dominance, predatory pricing, barrier to entry & more
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Ola invests Rs 100 crore in leasing subsidiary Ola Fleet Technologies 21.7.2017 Resources: Medianama
Ola invests Rs 100 crore in leasing subsidiary Ola Fleet Technologies
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ERROR: Missing Story Title 21.7.2017 Kangla Online
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Activists back RJ Malishka on social media, say BMC is ‘intolerant’ 21.7.2017 TOI: Cities
The controversy over BMC serving a notice to radio jockey (RJ) Malishka following her parody song and making fun of the condition of city’s roads and traffic jams doesn’t seem to end. On Thursday social media and messengers went viral with several Mumbaikars coming out in support of the RJ.
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HC asks AAP govt to pay Rs 5,000 in fine for not responding to its notice 21.7.2017 DNA: Urban Tales
The Delhi High court on Thursday slapped a fine of Rs 5000 on the Aam Aadmi Party government for its failure to respond to a notice issued by it on a radio cab operator's plea alleging levy of excess road tax. Justice AK Chawla also directed the government to file an affidavit on the plea within two weeks. Magic Sewa, a cab operator, had claimed in its plea that it has been charged more road tax in comparison to the regular taxis. It had sought that directions be issued to the government to prohibit it from collecting excess road tax and take the amount which has been specified under Delhi Motor Vehicles Taxation Act. The court fixed the next date of hearing to January 4, 2018. In its petition, Magic Sewa had alleged that the government was also asking city taxi aggregators to submit bank guarantees of Rs 15 lakh which were in excess of what was permitted under the law. "The respondent is collecting road tax from the petitioners' city taxis at a rate of Rs 1,980 whereas the rate of road tax specified ...
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Benetton family seeks to make Ducati motorbikes Italian: sources 21.7.2017 Sify Finance
By Pamela Barbaglia, Arno Schuetze and Massimo Gaia
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Peru says fixes snags affecting airport expansion, metro line 20.7.2017 TOI: Intl Business
PERU-INFRASTRUCTURE/:Peru says fixes snags affecting airport expansion, metro line
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Smart tags in all lanes of toll plazas from Oct-end 20.7.2017 ET: Policy
At present, only one lane on each side of the 371 toll plazas on NHs are enabled to process RFID tags, which forces people to queue up at these lan
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State Govt to create employment avenue for 7.5 lakh 20.7.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
State Govt to create employment avenue for 7.5 lakh
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RJ Malishka faces BMC ire post pothole parody 20.7.2017 DNA: Mumbai
With roads across the city riddled with potholes after a second spell of heavy rains, the Opposition in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) slammed the Shiv Sena on Wednesday for "showing intolerance" towards a video by radio jockey Malishka who took a dig at the BMC over its inability to tackle the issue of potholes every monsoon. After Malishka's video went viral with over 12 lakh views on YouTube, the Yuva Sena on Tuesday had sought action against the channel and asked the civic body to file a Rs 500 crore defamation suit against the private radio channel. The same day, a team from the Civic Health Department visited Malishka's mother Lily Mendonsa's residence in Bandra and served her a notice after they allegedly found mosquito breeding spots in and outside her apartment. However, Mumbaikars on Wednesday, came out in support of of Malishka on Twitter. Citizens raised the pathetic condition of roads and claimed the civic body's action was a deliberate attempt to suppress freedom of ...
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AIR earned Rs 10 crore from 'Mann Ki Baat' in last 2 years 20.7.2017 TOI: India
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's monthly radio address 'Mann Ki Baat' has generated a revenue of about Rs 10 crore for the All India Radio (AIR) in the last two fiscals, the Lok Sabha was informed on Wednesday.
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Zee in final leg of negotiations to buy 9X Media 19.7.2017 ET: Media
ET first reported on April 20 that Zee is interested in acquiring 9X Media, currently owned by private equity fund New Silk Route (NSR).
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Football Roundup: Mourinho targets 15-year stay at Man United 19.7.2017 Rediff: Sports
This and more from the happenings in the world of footbal.
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UK PM May says Brexit negotiating stance is as strong as before election 19.7.2017 TOI: Intl Business
BRITAIN-EU/MAY (URGENT):UK PM May says Brexit negotiating stance is as strong as before election
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BBC accused of discrimination as salaries reveal gender pay gap 19.7.2017 DNA: Wide Angle
Britain's public broadcaster BBC came under fire today for its gender pay imbalance after it was forced to reveal how much it pays its top-earning talent. For the first time in its 94-year existence, the BBC was this year forced to release a list of its employees paid more than 150,000 pounds (USD 195,000, 170,000 euros) between 2016/2017, after a change in its charter last year. More than 200 names feature on the list - which includes executives, actors, presenters, writers and technicians - but only one third are women. Former Top Gear host Chris Evans was revealed to be the highest-paid person, earning over 2.2 million pounds, while presenter Claudia Winkleman was named as the top female earner, pocketing more than 450,000 pounds. Winkleman hosts "Strictly Come Dancing", Britain's version of "Dancing With The Stars". In a statement, the BBC's Director-General Lord Hall defended the organisation as "more diverse than the broadcasting industry and the civil service" but admitted that "there is more to ...
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No plans to terminate AIR's subscriptions of PTI, UNI news services: Govt 19.7.2017 ET: Media
Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Rathore said the services of the two news agencies are used to supplement the news requirement of AIR.
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AIR earns Rs 10 crore from PM's 'Mann Ki Baat' in last 2 fiscals 19.7.2017 ET: Media
In 2016-17, the renenue was to the tune of Rs 5.19 crore, while it was Rs 4.78 crore in 2015-16, Minister of Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Rathore said in a written reply.
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RJ Malishka questions state of Mumbai’s roads, BMC decides to teach her a lesson 19.7.2017 DNA: Recent Columns
Two Yuva Sena members have urged the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) commissioner to file a Rs. 500 crore-defamation suit against RJ Mallishka and 93.5 Red FM, after a video by the radio station poking fun at the organisation went viral. The song is sung by Malishka and is titled ‘Mumbai Tula BMC var Bharosa nai ka’, which means, 'Mumbai, don't you have faith on BMC?' Sena leaders, Amey Ghole and Samadhan Sarvankar, who is Sena legislator Sada Sarvankar’s son, met the Mumbai Municipal Commissioner Ajoy Mehta on Tuesday and gave a letter demanding the BMC to take legal action against the radio channel. They said the radio channel and its host, Malishka, were unfairly blaming the BMC for problems that are not under its jurisdiction. In the letter, they said that the video maligned the image of Mumbai and the BMC, and also dented the confidence of several thousand of BMC employees who work hard to keep the city afloat during the rains. Meanwhile, the BMC on Tuesday sent a notice to Malishka after ...
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Retail workers union opposes Amazon's purchase of Whole Foods 18.7.2017 Sify Finance
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England captain Joe Root 'can't believe' Michael Vaughan's rant after South Africa shocker 18.7.2017 DNA: Mumbai
Joe Root was stunned by former England captain Michael Vaughan's assertion that his side had failed to respect Test cricket during their thumping 340-run defeat by South Africa at Trent Bridge. Ashes-winning skipper Vaughan, now a commentator with BBC Radio's Test Match Special, made his stinging comments as England lost seven first-innings wickets for 62 runs to be bowled out in little more than 50 overs for 205 in reply to the Proteas' 335. Root's 78 was the only fifty in a meagre total that left England well behind in the game. "The England batting has been appalling," said Vaughan, who played alongside Root's father Matt at the Sheffield Collegiate Club in Yorkshire and has been a friend of the family since Joe was a boy. "Maybe it's a lack of respect about what the game is," said Vaughan, one of the leading Test batsmen of his era. "They look like they are playing a Twenty20 game. They have this approach of attack, attack, attack. There is no thought or feeling of seeing off a bowler or wearing a ...
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