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Gadkari launches 2 new floating restaurants in Mumbai

Under the eastern water front development of Mumbai Port, the city will also be linked to Elephanta Caves by an 8-km ropeway that will ferry passengers in 16 minutes to and fro

CVC has not given a clean chit to CBI chief Alok Verma: SC

The Supreme Court today told the CBI chief’s lawyer that the CVC report will be handed over to him in a sealed cover and that he should also give the CBI chief’s replay in a sealed cover

Mahindra's ultra high-end SUV Alturas G4 set for Nov 24 launch

The Alturas G4, a rebadged version of the SsangYong G4 Rexton, will compete with players that operate in the Rs30+ lakh (ex-showroom) price range

BharatNet just 10% completed as BSNL, BBNL fail to deliver

With 80 to 90 per cent of gram panchayats in the country still lacking digital connectivity, telecom secretary Aruna Sundararjan has asked infrastructure providers BSNL and BBNL to ensure connectivity within 48 hours

Gurumurthy backs govt stand on credit liberalisation

Government’s man on RBI board said the Rs9.6 lakh reserve is the highest for any central bank and that prompt corrective action should not be a deterrent to credit flows

India's April-October trade deficit soars to $111.16 billion

India exported goods valued at $26.98 billion in October while it imported goods valued at $44.11 billion, adding $17.13 billion to its trade deficit in October

May gets cabinet nod for draft Brexit deal, to face Parliament now

While the draft agreement scraped through in the cabinet, Prime Minister Theresa May now faces the more difficult task of pushing her deal through Parliament, where opponents are lined up to tear the agreement apart

Showdown now as Sri Lankan president loses in parliament and SC

Ousted Prime Minister Wickremesinghe said he intended to discharge his official responsibilities, after Speaker Karu Jayasuriya said the no-confidence vote against Rajapaksa was supported by 122 members of the 225-member house

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