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Karnataka defers decision to release Cauvery water

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Says it will wait for outcome of Thursdays meeting with TN, Centre
Karnataka defers Cauvery water release to Thursday
Karnataka on Wednesday deferred the release of Cauvery river water to Tamil Nadu to Thursday when the two states will discuss the contentious issue at a meeting convened by the Centre in New Delhi.Union Water Resources Minister Uma Bharti will preside over the meeting -- called on the Supreme Court's advice on Tuesday -- in which state Chief...
Cauvery dispute: Karnataka govt defers decision on SC order till Thursday
Awaiting the outcome of a meeting convened by the Centre, Karnataka Cabinet today decided to defer till tomorrow a decision on release of 6,000 cusecs of Cauvery water per day to Tamil Nadu as per the Supreme Court direction. The post Cauvery dispute: Karnataka govt defers decision on SC order till Thursday appeared first on Firstpost .
Cauvery row: K'taka defies SC
The dispute over water between the two states has triggered riots in Bengaluru this month.
Karnataka defers release of Cauvery water till meeting with Uma Bharti on Sept 29: Siddaramaiah
The Karnataka government today deferred the decision to release Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu till September 29.
Karnataka defers release of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu
New Delhi, Sept 28: The Karnataka cabinet today deferred the release of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu. After the conclusion of the cabinet meeting, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said at a press conference that a further decision would be taken after his
Cauvery row: Karnataka defers release of water to Tamil Nadu until meeting with Uma Bharti
The meeting of CMs of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka with ?Union Water Resource Minister Uma Bharti would be held tomorrow.
Cauvery row: Karnataka defers decision on water release till Thursday
State to await outcome of meeting convened by Centre
PM should chair meeting of CMs on Cauvery, not Uma Bharti: DMK
DMK today accused Union Water Resource Minister Uma Bharti of backing Karnataka in the Cauvery issue and said Prime Minister Narendra Modi should chair the proposed meeting of Chief Ministers to break the impasse on water release to Tamil Nadu. ...
PM should chair meeting of CMs on Cauvery, not Uma Bharti: DMK
DMK today accused Union Water Resource Minister Uma Bharti of backing Karnataka in the Cauvery issue and said Prime Minister Narendra Modi should chair the proposed meeting of Chief Ministers to break the impasse on water release to Tamil Nadu. In a statement here, DMK President M Karunanidhi said reports in a section of media opined that Bhart should chair the meeting of Chief Ministers of the two states, being convened by the Centre as per a Supreme Court suggestion. He said Bharti had recently aired views "fully supporting" Karnataka over the impasse on release of Cauvery water by that state to Tamil Nadu and doubts would arise about the outcome of the meeting if she chaired the deliberations. "Instead of the participation of the Union Minister, the meet should be chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself so that an amicable solution arises from it," he said recalling the reported remarks of Bharti. The apex court had yesterday asked Karnataka to discharge 6,000 cusecs of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu till Friday despite its assembly resolution, but called for a political solution to the impasse by convening of a meeting of Chief Ministers of the two states and the Centre. Karunanidhi said water was required for irrigation till January 28 for the samba crop, but the present storage in Mettur dam would suffice only till November 5. Karnataka had released only 52 TMC so far as against 123 tmc mandated by the tribunal for June-September, he said adding only if Karnataka releases the remaining quantum, water can be released from Mettur Dam for samba crops fully. With Karnataka refusing to release water, crops already cultivated would be affected and farmers would suffer huge losses, he said. On the discussions held by Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa yesterday with officials in a hospital here, where she is undergoing treatment for fever and dehydration, after the apex court order, Karunanidhi sought to know why neither the PWD Minister nor his Secretary attended the meeting. Jayalalithaa had nominated PWD Minister Edappadi S Palanisamy and a team of officials to represent the state in the CMs meeting to be held in Delhi. Meanwhile, Peoples Welfare Front Co-ordinator and MDMK Chief Vaiko said Tamil Nadus participation in the Chief Ministers Meeting would be "detrimental" to the state and demanded that the Centre constitute the Cauvery Water Management Board and regulation committee without any delay. "Centre should take steps in such a way that Karnataka obeys the Supreme Court order. Centre has the responsibility to ensure Karnataka follows the rule of law", he said in a statement. "Holding discussions between the two states will be detrimental to the rights of Tamil Nadu on Cauvery river", he claimed.
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Saarc summit can be postponed if India not attending: Pakistan

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Islamabad, Sep 28: Pakistan on Wednesday said the Saarc Summit due to be held in Islamabad in November could be postponed if India refuses to attend.Advisor to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs...
Saarc summit can be postponed if India not attending: Pakistan
Islamabad, Sep 28 (IANS) Pakistan on Wednesday said the Saarc Summit due to be held in Islamabad in November could be postponed if India refuses to attend. Advisor to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said in a statement that, as per Saarc rules, the Summit will not be held if any member country refuses to attend. He said the Saarc Summit was postponed four times in the past "due to Indian refusal" of its presence, Pakistan Radio reported. Aziz said that although it is possible to postpone the summit, the Saarc Secretariat has not officially informed the Pakistan government so far. On Tuesday, India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Bhutan wrote to Nepal, the current Chair of Saarc, announcing their pull out. India said it was pulling out of the November 9-10 summit citing increasing cross-border terrorist attacks in the region and growing interference in the internal affairs of Saarc member-states "by one country" that had created an environment that was not conducive to the successful holding of the 19th Saarc summit. Afghanistan in its note said: "Due to increased level of violence and fighting as a result of imposed terrorism on Afghanistan, President of Afghanistan Mohammad Ashraf Ghani with his responsibilities as the Commander in Chief will be fully engaged, and will not be able to attend the summit." Bangladesh said: "The growing interference in the internal affairs of Bangladesh by one country has created an environment which is not conducive to the successful hosting of the 19th Saarc (South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation) Summit in Islamabad in November 2016." Bhutan noted "the concern of the Royal Government of Bhutan on the recent escalation of terrorism in the region, which has seriously compromised the environment for the successful holding of the 19th Saarc Summit in Islamabad in November 2016". Sri Lanka, it is learnt, has said that the event would not be possible without India's participation. --IANS rn/dg
Don't boycott Saarc Summit, hold it without Pakistan: Congress
The Congress on Wednesday demanded that instead of boycotting the Saarc Summit, it should be held without Pakistan and the neighbouring country must be isolated globally.
Don't boycott Saarc Summit, hold it without Pakistan: Congress
The Congress on Wednesday demanded that instead of boycotting the Saarc Summit, it should be held without Pakistan and the neighbouring country must be isolated globally.
Don't boycott Saarc Summit, hold it without Pakistan: Congress
The Congress on Wednesday demanded that instead of boycotting the Saarc Summit, it should be held without Pakistan and the neighbouring country must be isolated globally.This reaction came after Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Bhutan decided to join India in boycotting the annual Saarc Summit, scheduled to be hosted by Islamabad in November."The...
SAARC summit will be postponed since four nations have decided to not attend it in Pakistan: MEA
In another snub to Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modion Tuesday night decided not to attend the SAARCsummit in Islamabad in November.
SAARC summit uncertain as India, others pull out in snub to Pakistan
KATHMANDU (Reuters) - A summit of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) leaders set for Islamabad in November may be called off, as several countries have decided not to attend amid rising tension between arch-rivals India and Pakistan, officials said on Wednesday.
Saarc Summit in Islamabad to be postponed as four nations have backed out: MEA
The 19th Saarc Summit to be held in Pakistan in November has been postponed. The post Saarc Summit in Islamabad to be postponed as four nations have backed out: MEA appeared first on Firstpost .
Afghanistan pulls out of SAARC Summit
Afghanistan has pulled out of the SAARC Summit in Islamabad scheduled in November this year. Sources said, Afghanistan has sent a communication to the SAARC Chair Nepal stating that due to increased level of violence and fighting as a result of imposed terrorism on Afghanistan, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani will not be able to attend the Summit.
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We have lost faith in you, Supeme Court tells Sahara

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Chief Justice TS Thakur said in SC that Sahara has taken for a ride in the past and asked them to submit a roadmap for paying the balance amount of Rs 12,000 crore to SEBI. SC extended the parole...
Supreme Court extends parole of Sahara Chief Subrata Roy till October 24
The Supreme Court today said it had been "taken for a ride" by the Sahara group by its past conduct and asked it to submit a roadmap for paying the balance amount of Rs 12,000 crore to SEBI, as it extended the parole of Subrata Roy and others till October 24 on payment of Rs 200 crore. The post Supreme Court extends parole of Sahara Chief Subrata Roy till October 24 appeared first on Firstpost .
Sahara taking us for a ride, says SC
The Supreme Court today said it had been "taken for a ride" by the Sahara group by its past conduct and asked it to submit a roadmap for paying the balance amount of Rs 12,000 crore to SEBI, as it extended the parole of Subrata Roy and others till October 24 on payment of Rs 200 crore.
Sahara taking us for a ride: SC
The Supreme Court today said it had been taken for a ride by the Sahara group by its past conduct and asked it to submit a roadmap for paying the balance amount of Rs. 12,000 crore to SEBI, as it ex...
Supreme Court extends Sahara chief Subrata Roy's parole
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Supreme Court has extended the parole of conglomerate Sahara's chief Subrata Roy by nearly a month in an interim order issued on Wednesday.
SC asks Sahara to deposit another Rs 200 cr, extends Roy's parole
The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Sahara Group to deposit another Rs 200 crore by October 24, as it extended its interim order releasing its chief Subrata Roy and two other directors on parole.A bench of Chief Justice T.S. Thakur, Justice Anil R. Dave and Justice A.K.Sikri also made it clear that any failure to pay Rs 200 crore before the...
Sahara to submit road map for payment of Sebi dues
Parole for Roy extended to October 24, to pay Rs 200 cr
SC permits Sahara chief to remain on bail till Oct 24
New Delhi, Sept 28: The Supreme Court today permitted Sahara chief, Subrata Roy to remain on interim bail till October 24. The court however directed Sahara to submit a road map to pay the balance of Rs 12,000 crore which is
SC extends Sahara chief's parole till Oct 24
After spending over two years in jail, Subrata Roy has been out since May when his mother passed away.
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MH17 shot down by missile from Russia, say investigators

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Moscow: International prosecutors investigating the downing of Flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine say the missile that hit the plane was fired from territory controlled by Russian-backed rebels,...
Russian missile-maker says rejects MH17 investigation findings -RIA
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian missile-maker Almaz-Antey said on Wednesday it rejected findings by international prosecutors which ruled a Malaysian airliner shot down in eastern Ukraine was hit by one of its weapons fired from rebel-held territory, RIA news agency reported.
MH17 shot down by missile from Russia, say investigators
International prosecutors investigating the downing of Flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine say the missile that hit the plane was fired from territory controlled by Russian-backed rebels, media reports said.
MH17 shot down by missile from Russia, say investigators
International prosecutors investigating the downing of Flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine say the missile that hit the plane was fired from territory controlled by Russian-backed rebels, media reports said.
Probe: MH17 was hit by missile system that was brought into Ukraine, sent back to Russia
International prosecutors investigating the downing of a Malaysian airliner two years ago have concluded it was shot down by a Russian-made missile fired from rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine, victims' family members said on Wednesday.
Families: investigation found MH17 downed from pro-Russia rebel held territory
International prosecutors investigating the downing of a Malaysian airliner two years ago have concluded it was shot down by a Russian-made missile fired from rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine The post Families: investigation found MH17 downed from pro-Russia rebel held territory appeared first on The Himalayan Times .
MH17 missile 'came from Russia', Dutch-led investigators say
International prosecutors investigating the downing of flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine in 2014 say the missile that hit the plane was fired from territory controlled by Russian-backed rebels. They said the missile launcher was brought into Ukraine from Russia.
MH17 shot down by missile from Russia, say investigators
International prosecutors investigating the downing of Flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine say the missile that hit the plane was fired from territory controlled by Russian-backed rebels, media reports said.A report by the Dutch-led Joint Investigation Team (JIT) confirmed the missile that downed the plane was brought in from Russia and fired from...
MH17 missile 'came from Russia'
International prosecutors investigating the downing of flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine in 2014 say the missile that hit the plane was fired from territory controlled by Russian-backed rebels.
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Pak to still go ahead with SAARC Summit despite backlash

Mathrubhumi 4 hours 42 minutes ago

Islamabad:Unfazed by India and three otherSAARC nations deciding to pull out from the summit here,Pakistan today said it will still hold the meet in November asscheduled which flies in the face of...
Pak to go ahead with SAARC summit despite boycott by members
Pakistan is committed to regional peace and will continue working for the broader interest of the people of the region, said Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria
Pakistan makes a joke of itself, to go ahead with Saarc meet alone!
Islamabad, Sep 28: Unfazed by India and three other SAARC member nations deciding not to participate in the grouping's summit here, Pakistan today said it will go ahead and host the event in November. Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said Pakistan
Unfazed with boycott, Pakistan to go ahead with SAARC summit in Nov
Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif (Photo: AP) Besides India, three other SAARC members - Bangladesh, Bhutan and Afghanistan - have pulled out of the summit. Islamabad: Unfazed by India and three other SAARC member nations deciding not to participate in the grouping's summit here, Pakistan on Wednesday said it will go ahead and host the event in November. Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said Pakistan will host the 19th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation summit in November, Radio Pakistan reported today. Zakaria was quoted as saying that it was learnt from the Indian External Affairs Ministry's tweet that India is not going to participate in the SAARC Summit, a decision he called "unfortunate". "While we have not received any official communication in this regard, the Indian announcement is unfortunate," he said. The spokesperson also said Pakistan is committed to regional peace and will continue working for the broader interest of the people of the region, according to the report. Separately, Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said India is making propaganda to foil the conference that was scheduled to be held in November, according to Pakistan Today newspaper. Besides India, three other SAARC members - Bangladesh, Bhutan and Afghanistan - have pulled out of the summit, indirectly blaming Pakistan for creating an environment which is not right for the successful holding of the meet.
Pakistan to go ahead with SAARC summit despite India, Bangladesh, Bhutan pulling out
Pakistan on 28 September said that it will go ahead and host the SAARC event in November despite India and three other SAARC member nations deciding not to participate in the groupings summit. Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said Pakistan will host the 19th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation summit in November, Radio Pakistan reported on 28 September. Zakaria was quoted as saying that it was learnt from the Indian External Affairs Ministrys tweet that India is not going to participate in the SAARC Summit, a decision he called "unfortunate". "While we have not received any official communication in this regard, the Indian announcement is unfortunate," he said. The spokesperson also said Pakistan is committed to regional peace and will continue working for the broader interest of the people of the region, according to the report. Separately, Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said India is making propaganda to foil the conference that was scheduled to be held in November, according to Pakistan Today newspaper. Besides India, three other SAARC members - Bangladesh, Bhutan and Afghanistan - have pulled out of the summit, indirectly blaming Pakistan for creating an environment which is not right for the successful holding of the meet. --PTI
Defiant Pakistan decides to go ahead with SAARC summit despite India-led boycott
Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said they have not received any official communication in this regard and the Indian announcement is unfortunate.
SAARC summit still on, says Pakistan
Foreign Office terms Indian announcement of boycott unfortunate.
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Bihar govt admits failure in RJD strongman Shahabuddin's bail case

Zee News 3 hours 3 minutes ago

The Bihar government on Wednesday admitted its failure before the Supreme Court in not opposing the bail petition of RJD strongman Mohammad Shahabuddin in a murder case at the Patna High Court.
Bihar government admits failure in Shahabuddin bail case
The Bihar government on Wednesday admitted its failure before the Supreme Court in not opposing the bail petition of RJD strongman Mohammad Shahabuddin in a murder case at the Patna High Court.Senior counsel Dinesh Dwivedi, appearing for the state government, also assailed the high court for "non-application of mind in granting bail" to the...
'Were you sleeping when Shahabuddin got bail?' SC to Bihar govt
Supreme Court has come down heavily on the Bihar government for asking it to revoke the bail of Shahabuddin.
Mohammad Shahabuddin's bail: Supreme Court rebukes Bihar government
The apex court asked Bihar government why it did not question Shahabuddin's bail earlier.
Shahabuddin's bail: SC rebukes Bihar government
New Delhi, Sep 28: The Supreme Court today came down heavily on Bihar government for not placing facts before the Patna High Court which granted bail to controversial RJD leader Mohd Shahabuddin in a murder case. The counsel for Nitish Kumar
Shahabuddin bail case: SC slams Bihar govt for not placing facts before Patna HC
The Supreme Court on Wednesday came down heavily on Bihar government for not placing facts before the Patna High Court which granted bail to controversial RJD leader Mohd Shahabuddin in a murder case. The post Shahabuddin bail case: SC slams Bihar govt for not placing facts before Patna HC appeared first on Firstpost .
Shahabuddin's bail: SC rebukes Bihar government
The Supreme Court today came down heavily on Bihar government for not placing facts before the Patna High Court which granted bail to controversial RJD leader Mohd Shahabuddin in a murder case. The counsel for Nitish Kumar government, which has RJD ...
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Govt clears 78-day wage as bonus for railwaymen

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In a festival bonanza, the Union Cabinet gave its approval to pay 78-day wages as bonus to railway employees on Wednesday, the same for the fifth consecutive year. The Cabinet meeting, chaired by...
Rs 2,091cr festival bonanza for 12 lakh railway staff
It is bonus bonanza for about 12 lakh railway employees ahead for the festive season. The Union cabinet has approved to pay 78-days pay as productivity-linked bonus (PLB) to non-gazetted railway staffers for fiscal 2015-16. This entails a total fund outgo of Rs 2,091 crore for the national transporter. "Payment of PLB would result in motivating a large number of railway employees to improve the performance of the railways and enhance the productivity levels further besides maintaining industrial peace," an official statement said after the cabinet meeting. The bonus would be paid to eligible railway employees before Dussehra, adding to the festive cheer among them. Railway employees have been given g 78-day wage, as bonus to its employees for the last five consecutive years since FY12. The railway employees union welcomed the decision and termed it as progressive. "The 78-day wage as bonus means eligible employees will get about Rs 18,000. This is double the amount of what they got last year. We welcome the decision," National Federation of Indian Railwaymen general secretary M. Raghavaiah said.
Railways to give bonus to 12.25 lakh employees
The government has cleared a proposal to give productivity-linked bonus (PLB) amounting to Rs 2,090.96 crore to more than 12.25 lakh non-gazetted railway employees.
Railways to give bonus to more than 12.25 lakh employees
The government on Wednesday cleared a proposal to give productivity-linked bonus amounting to Rs 2,090.96 crore to more than 12.25 lakh non-gazetted railway employees.
Railways to give bonus to more than 12.25 lakh employees
The government on Wednesday cleared a proposal to give productivity-linked bonus (PLB) amounting to Rs 2,090.96 crore to more than 12.25 lakh non-gazetted railway employees.
Railways to give bonus to more than 12.25 lakh employees
The government on Wednesday cleared a proposal to give productivity-linked bonus (PLB) amounting to Rs 2,090.96 crore to more than 12.25 lakh non-gazetted railway employees.The Indian railways will pay out the PLB for 78 days' wages with a calculation ceiling of Rs 7,000 per month. This is the fifth consecutive year when the PLB is paid for 78...
Cabinet approves Productivity Linked Bonus for railway employees
Ahead of the festive season, the Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday gave its approval to pay Productivity Linked Bonus (PLB) equivalent to 78 days wages to eligible non-gazetted railway employees (excluding RPF/RPSF personnel) for the financial year 2015-16.
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Afghanistan, Bhutan, Bangladesh join India in SAARC meet boycott

The Assam Tribune 2 hours 3 minutes ago

NEW DELHI, Sept 28 - Apart from India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Bhutan have also pulled out of the SAARC Summit in Islamabad in November, indirectly blaming Pakistan for creating an environment...
Pakistan Isolated: After India-led pull-out, Islamabad admits that SAARC will have to be postponed
Pakistan said although it is possible to postpone the summit but the SAARC Secretariat has not officially informed the government so far.
Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan join India in skipping Islamabad Saarc Summit
Following the diplomatic blitzkrieg launched by New Delhi, Pakistan was on Wednesday virtually getting isolated in the region with Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Bhutan joining India in boycotting the Saarc Summit scheduled to be hosted by Islamabad in November.Pakistan said the summit is likely to be postponed."Due to increased level of violence...
SAARC Summit has to be postponed, says India after pull-out
India today said the SAARC Summit in Islamabad has to be postponed as it and three other countries have pulled out of the meet. However, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup said a formal announcement to this effect will be made by Nepal, the current Chair of the SAARC. The current rule is that if any one head of State or Government decides not to participate in the SAARC Summit, it has to be postponed. All eight Heads of SAARC countries must be present for the Summit, Swarup said, adding if any one country decides not to participate, the Summit has to be postponed. "In the current case, not just India but Bangladesh Bhutan and Afghanistan have also written to current Chair of SAARC, Nepal that they are unable to participate in the SAARC Summit, which means there is no option but to postpone it," the Spokesperson said. The countries have pulled out of the SAARC Summit in Islamabad in November, indirectly blaming Pakistan for creating an environment which is not right for the successful holding of the meet. In the backdrop of the heightened tension with Pakistan over Uri terror attack in which 18 jawans were killed, India had announced late last night its decision to not participate in Summit, citing increased "cross-border" attacks.
SAARC Summit has to be postponed, says India after pull-out
India today said the SAARC Summitin Islamabad has to be postponed as it and three othercountries have pulled out of the meet.
Postponement of SAARC Summit reported by Nepalese media
Nepalese media reported today the postponement of SAARC Summit which was scheduled to be hosted by Pakistan in November. The Kathmandu Post said the 19th SAARC Summit has been postponed after India yesterday announced its inability to take part in it in the prevailing circumstances.
India calls on Pakistan to introspect on what relationship it wants within SAARC
With Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Bhutan following India's steps in pulling out of the forthcoming SAARC summit in Islamabad in November, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Wednesday re-iterated that the current atmosphere is not conducive to ...
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Cabinet approves Paris pact ratification

The Assam Tribune 2 hours 3 minutes ago

NEW DELHI, Sept 28 - The government today approved the proposal for ratification of the "historic" Paris climate deal which will be formalised on October 2, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi,...
Cabinet approves proposal to ratify Paris climate deal
The government on Wednesady approved the proposal for ratification of the "historic" Paris climate deal which will be formalised on 2 October. The post Cabinet approves proposal to ratify Paris climate deal appeared first on Firstpost .
Cabinet nod for ratification of Paris climate deal
The government today approved theproposal for ratification of the "historic" Paris climate dealwhich will be formalised on October 2, the birth anniversaryof Mahatma Gandhi, making India one of the key countries whichwould help bring the pact into force.
Govt approves ratification of Paris Agreement
New Delhi:-The government today approved the proposal for ratification of the “historic” Paris climate deal which will be formalised on October 2, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, making India one of the key countries to bring the pact into force. The nod by the Union Cabinet comes days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced […] The post Govt approves ratification of Paris Agreement appeared first on State Times .
Govt approves ratification of Paris Agreement
The government today approved the proposal for ratification of the "historic" Paris climate deal which will be formalised on October 2, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, making India one of the key countries to bring the pact into force. The ...
Govt approves ratification of Paris climate agreement
"With the ratification, India will be one of the key countries instrumental in bringing the Paris agreement into force," said Prakash Javadekar.
Govt approves ratification of Paris climate agreement
New Delhi, Sep 28: Paving the way for bringing the historic Paris agreement into force, the government today approved its ratification which will be formalised on October 2, the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. The nod by the Union Cabinet comes
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Wal-Mart in talks to buy stake in Flipkart

The Hindu 2 hours 42 minutes ago

Could join forces to take on Amazon India.
Walmart, Flipkart may join forces to take on Amazon in India
World's largest retailer Walmart may invest US $1 billion for a minority stake in e-commerce major Flipkart.
Wal-Mart in talks to buy stake in Flipkart - sources
HONG KONG/MUMBAI (Reuters) - Wal-Mart Stores Inc is in talks to buy a minority stake in India's largest e-commerce firm Flipkart, two sources familiar with the matter said, as the world's biggest retailer aims to get a slice of a fast-growing online ...
Walmart may invest $1 billion in Flipkart to battle Amazon
Walmart, the world's largest retailer, is in advanced discussions to invest as much as $1 billion into Flipkart
Wal-Mart in talks to buy stake in Flipkart - sources
HONG KONG/MUMBAI (Reuters) - Wal-Mart Stores Inc is in talks to buy a minority stake in India's largest e-commerce firm Flipkart, two sources familiar with the matter said, as the world's biggest retailer aims to get a slice of a fast-growing online retail market.
Walmart to reportedly invest up to $1 billion in Flipkart
US retail giant is reportedly in talks to invest up to whopping $1 billion in homegrown e-commerce player Flipkart, according to a latest report from Bloomberg. As per the report, Walmart might take a minority stake in Flipkart which is a major rival for Amazon India. Both the companies are apparentlyengaged in early talks and … Continue reading "Walmart to reportedly invest up to $1 billion in Flipkart"
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