Police record elder daughter’s statement in family suicide case

Udaipur : More than a month after the shocking mass suicide of a school teacher’s family, that had shook the entire city, the elder daughter appeared before the police to get her statement recorded. Komal Sharma daughter of Vinod Sharma stated to the police that she had married her childhood friend …

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Vedanta submits expression of interest for Jaypee Infratech

Vedanta has submitted a preliminary expression of interest (EoI) for Jaypee Infratech currently undergoing the Insolvency Resolution Proceedings (IRP). The EoI invited by insolvency resolution professional (IRP) has received response from various entities, including corporates and asset reconstruction companies. The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has admitted the application by …

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Randhir Singh Bhindar joins Padmavati ban chorus

Udaipur : A member of the former royal family and Independent MLA, Randhir Singh Bhindar, today threatened a massive protest at the Udaipur secretariat collectorate, if the film ‘Padmavati’ was not banned. Joining the ‘ban Padmavati’ bandwagon, he claimed, in a memorandum to the prime minister, that the representatives of Bhansali …

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PADHEGA INDIA, TOH BADHEGA INDIA

India is a developing nation with around 28 million youth population being added every year. These young minds are future of India who will drive the Nation on the path of socio-economic development. However, this high youth population won’t be of any help to the economy if universal education is …

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Singapore’s IMC Group to list two of its Indonesia units on IDX

IMC Group is planning to list two of its Indonesian operations – Pelita Samudera Shipping (PSS Logistics) and Nusa Indah Kalimantan Plantations – on the regional bourse within the next two years. PSS Logistics has already started the process for its initial public offering (IPO) and aims to list on …

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Mewar Royals demand withholding of certification, release of Padmavati

 ‘Letters sent to Modi, Central Board of Film Certification’ Udaipur : The protests over ‘Padmavati’ seems to intense with the Mewar Royal family now writing to the Prime Minister, union ministry of Information and Broadcasting and the Central Board of Film Certification, demanding to withhold the certificate and permission to release …

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Sensex drops 57 pts in early trade on weak global cues

Mumbai : The benchmark BSE Sensex dropped by 57 points to 33,194.35 in early trade today after banking, telecom, auto, oil & gas, and pharma stocks declined following weak global cues. The 30-share index declined by 56.58 points or 0.17 per cent to 33,194.35. The gauge had gained 32.12 points in …

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MOUS signed for 18 projects worth rs. 487.96 crores at ‘gram udaipur’

Udaipur : In the presence of Rajasthan Agriculture Minister, Dr.Prabhu Lal Saini, on the second day of Global Rajasthan Agritech Meet (GRAM) Udaipur, Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) for 18 projects worth Rs. 487.96 crores were signed. The projects are for Cold Storage, Warehousing, Seed Processing Plant, Green House Farming, Food …

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‘Gram’ Udaipur Exhibition Attracts Large Crowds

Udaipur : Spread over an area of over 4000 sq. mtrs, the Global Rajasthan Agritech Meet (GRAM) Udaipur exhibition brought in throngs of people to its colourful displays. This time the exhibition also occupied an outdoor space of over 3200 sq mtrs. Over 150 public and private sector companies set …

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40,000 Farmers To Participate In ‘GRAM’ Udaipur

Udaipur : The Global Rajasthan Agritech Meet (GRAM) in Udaipur, scheduled to be held from 7 to 9 November, will see the participation of 40,000 farmers over a period of 3 days. Out of these, 20% participation will be of women farmers. This was stated today by Minister of Agriculture …

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Musli Farming Brings Prosperity To Udaipur Farmer

Udaipur : Udaipur farmer, Mr. Nana Lal Sharma of the Jhalod district, managed to earn great profits by adopting an innovative method of farming white musli. He felt the urge to farm musli after he witnessed it being cultivated and sold by the Kathodi tribals. Like every other farmer Mr. Sharma was used to farming wheat, …

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Man carries old currencies to court, lands in police custody

Udaipur : An employee of the District and Session Court at Dungarpur who was accused of fraud and misappropriation of public fund, shocked everyone on Friday when he surrendered before the court with bags full of old and new currencies amounting to a whooping 74.85 Lakh rupees. However, the surrender act didnt work …

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