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Astroindia launches ‘Bolero power +’
JAMMU, Sep 26: Astroindia Automobiles Pvt Ltd, one of the fastest growing automobile company in J&K, today launched the new “ bolero power +” which has been designed for better performance & excellent drivability, suited for customers looking to purchase a perfect blend of design, power, styling, space, performance & safety, starting at an attractive price of Rs. 6.96 lakhs Key highlights include it’s side graphic change with new stylish look, new body, coloured bumper ,Bluetooth connectivity, comfortable seats, new headlamps with blue vision , a reliable mhawk d70 enginE 1.5-litre kW (70 bhp) and best in class* torque of 195 Nm,best in class* width and height SUVs, 5+2 seater. Speaking at the launch, Jatinder Gupta Chairman, Vikram Mahajan Managing Director, Pranav Mehta Director As...
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Rail traffic hit in Punjab due to farmers' protest
AMRITSAR, Sep 26 (Agencies): Agitating farmers today squatted on railway tracks here affecting railway traffic between Amritsar to Delhi and Amritsar to Pathankot. The agitating farmers led by Kisan Sangharsh Committee, are demanding enhancement in existing purchasing price of Basmati rice and a write-off of their existing loans. They are also demanding compensation of Rs 10 lakh along with a government job to the next of the kin of farmers who had committed suicide in the past. The farmers agitation affected movement of trains between Amritsar to Delhi and Amritsar to Pathankot. The Shatabdi Express between Amritsar and Delhi and many other trains were delayed due to the agitation, officials said....
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Visually impaired bankers seek Dr Jitendra's intervention
New Delhi, Sep 26: A delegation of visually impaired bankers representing registered organization “Visually Impaired Bank Employees’ Welfare Association” (VIBEWA) met Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh here and put across some of their grievances which, according to them, had been pending for a long time. They sought his personal intervention and also requested kind consideration from Department of Personnel & Training (DoPT). Members of the delegation thanked the Minister for having granted them appointment to listen to them, because one of their grievance was that they were not being given a proper and patient hearing. President of the ...
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J&K Bank felicitates football academy team
JAMMU, Sep 25: Jammu and Kashmir Bank Sports Board, in a function held under the chairmanship of Executive President, S S Sehgal felicitated the Bank's Jammu Football Academy team for their recent success and appreciated the technical individual associated with the young footballers players. The function besides others was attended by S K Bhat (Senior President), Arvind Gupta (Zonal Head), Nishi Sharma (Vice President), Raman Koushal (Vice President) and Anil Sharma (PRO Jammu). Representatives from Bank's Sports Board, Roshan Khayal (V P Law) and Vice Chairman Sports Board, Showkat A Khanyari (Secretary Sports Board), Ramesh Chander (Incharge Jammu Academy) and Majid Yousuf (Sports Officer) were also present. At the outset, Secretary Sports Board briefed the about the concept of form...
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Revenue deptt functioning reviewed
Div Com directs for maintaining crops production record
JAMMU, Sep 24: Divisional Commissioner, Dr Pawan Kotwal Saturday held a meeting with all Deputy Commissioners of Jammu province through video conferencing and discussed various issues related to Revenue Department. While discussing harvest inspection of Kharief crop 2016 of maidani and kandi areas, the Divisional Commissioner issued instructions to conduct survey in 20 villages and submit a report within one month. Dr Kotwal directed all the DCs to ensure reconstruction of Latha by April 1 of the next year. For this DCs were asked to monitor the progress so that task will be completed in the stipulated time frame. Divisional Commissioner stressed on maintaining proper tour diary of the field officers/officials by the concerned authorities to maintain efficiency in the system. Dr Kotwa...
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Govt. clears controversial Rafale Deal
NEW DELHI, Sep 22 (Agencies): The government has cleared the much anticipated deal with France for 36 Rafale fighter jets which will cost 7.878 billion Euros and will be signed on Friday in the presence of French Defence Minister Jean Yves Le Drian. Defence sources said that deal for the aircraft, the first fighter jet deal in 20 years, comes with a saving of nearly 750 million Euros than the UPA era one, which was scrapped by the Narendra Modi government, besides a 50 per cent offset clause. This means business worth at least three billion Euros for Indian companies, both big and small, and generating hundreds of jobs in India through offsets. The Rafale fighter jets, deliveries of which will start in 36 months and finished in 66 months from the date contract is inked, comes equipped ...
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No separate rail budget from next fiscal, Union Budget early
NEW DELHI, Sep 21 (Agencies): Ending a nearly century-long practice, the Cabinet today decided to scrap a separate budget for railways and merge it with general budget, presentation of which will be advanced to spur spending and boost economy. As part of a major overhaul of the budget process, the Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi also decided to do away with classifications of expenditure into Plan and non-Plan, making the exercise simpler. Briefing reporters, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said the Cabinet has in-principle decided to end the colonial-era tradition of presenting Budget on last day of February and advance it to help complete the legislative approvals for the annual spending plans and tax proposals before the beginning of the new financial year on April 1. B...
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Reliance nurturing digital entrepreneurship in India
JAMMU, Sep 20: GenNext Hub is the startup scalerator by Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) that is nurturing digital entrepreneurship in India. At GenNext Hub, RIL is catalysing a unique start-up ecosystem, which rests on the tripod of talent, technology and trust. This venture is aimed at spotting and encouraging ‘talent’, helping them harness their ‘technology’ and backing them by putting total ‘trust’ in them. During the four-month-long programme, GenNext Hub conducts workshops and mentoring sessions for start-ups in the areas of customer development, market traction, operations, product roadmap, fund raising and pitching. It also provides expertise in IP, legal, financial compliance, HR and specific sectorial expertise. GenNext Hub is uniquely positioned as a global programme that ...
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