Archive for March 7th, 2018

Veteran broadcaster Shivaji dead

Dubai March 7 : Shivaji Dasgupta, a doyen of Indian broadcasting, breathed his last recently in the city after a prolonged illness. He was 71. He passed away on February 26, but his death came to light only on Tuesday. A chartered accountant by profession, Dasgupta retired from Numaligarh Refinery Ltd…

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I will be working with Salman in ‘Kick 2’: Jacqueline

Mumbai March 7: Actor Jacqueline Fernandez, who was said to have been replaced in Kick 2, says if filmmaker Sajid Nadiadwala has confirmed her presence in the upcoming film, then she will be starring alongside superstar Salman Khan in it. Jacqueline worked with Salman in the blockbuster film Kick in…

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Nuvoco wins ‘Best in Class Continuous Improvement’ award

Mumbai (Maharashtra), Mar. 7: Nuvoco Vistas Corp. Ltd. (formerly Lafarge India Limited), one of the leading building materials manufacturers, won the ‘Best in Class Continuous Improvement Award’ during the 7th Manufacturing Supply Chain (MSC) Awards 2018 recently organised by Future Supply Chain (FSC) and KamiKaze Media group in Mumbai.


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Mkt takes U-turn; Sensex tumbles 430 pts as bank stocks drag

Mumbai, Mar 7 The BSE benchmark Sensex saw a sudden plunge in last hour of trade and nosedived nearly 430 points to close at a nearly three-month low of 33,317 after bank stocks came under heavy selling pressure despite positive global cues.

The NSE Nifty too fell over…

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Swamy defends pulling down of ‘terrorist’ Lenin’s statue in Tripura

New Delhi, Mar 7 BJP leader Subramanian Swamy today defended pulling down of a statue of communist icon Lenin in Tripura, saying the late Russian leader was “a terrorist” and questioned if the statue of such a person could be installed in India.

Speaking to reporters outside the Parliament, Swamy…

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Syama Prasad Mookerjee’s statue vandalised in Kolkata

Kolkata, Mar 7  A statue of Jan Sangh founder Syama Prasad Mookerjee was today vandalised by unidentified men in south Kolkata, police said.

The statue was found partially damaged and its face blackened. A poster was also found from the spot with the word “radicals” written on it, they said…

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CPI(M) to revamp party organisation in Bengal

Kolkata, Mar 7 With the CPI(M) fast losing its importance in Bengal politics, the party is all set to revamp its party organisation by removing ageing leaders and inducting more young faces, a senior party leader said.

The party, struggling to even win local elections, has already inducted over…

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