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Saudi king visits Indonesia with limos, escalators
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TVS sales decline by 3.6% in February
TVS Motor Company has posted a decline of 3.6 per cent in sales at 211,470 units in the month of February 2017 as against 219,467 units in the same month last year. The company has transitioned completely to production of BSIV vehicles, as part of its plans to gear up for the BSIV norms.Two-wheeler sales registered a decline of 2.3 per cent to 206,247 units in February this year as against sales of 211,148 units during February 2016. Domestic two-wheeler sales declined 5.8 per cent to 172,611 units in February 2017 as against 183,199 units recorded in February 2016.Scooter sales grew by 2.9 per cent from 67,089 units in the month of February 2016 to 69,020 units in the month of February 2017. Motorcycle sales declined by 23.5 per cent to 58,994 units during February, this year as against 77,093 units sold same month of last year.Three-wheeler sales decreased by 37 per cent at 5,223 units during the month as against 8,319 units in February, last year.The Company's total exports .....
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Ola, Uber drivers protest in Bengaluru over reduced earnings
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Kerala government announces Rs 10 lakh to soldier’s family
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Rs 9.70 lakh in demonetised currency notes seized, two held
Haryana Jats announce non-cooperation; to take protest to Delhi
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Mahindra & Mahindra sales decline 2.92% to 42,714 units in February
Auto major Mahindra & Mahindra today reported 2.92 per cent decline in total sales at 42,714 units in February.
The company had sold 44,002 units in the same month last year, M&M statement said.
In the domestic market, sales were down 2.26 per cent at 40,414 units last month compared to 41,348 units in February 2016, it added.
Exports were down 13.33 per cent at 2,300 units in February against 2,654 units in the same month last year.
Sales of passenger vehicles, including Scorpio, XUV500, Xylo, Bolero and Verito, were down 13.12 per cent at 20,605 units compared to 23,718 units in the same month last year.
Commercial vehicle sales were up 18.17 per cent at 16,383 units in February against 13,864 units in the year-ago period, M&M said.
Commenting on the sales performance, M&M Chief Executive (auto division) Pravin Shah said: "The auto industry is seeing some positive trends emerging over the last two months. With rural sentiments improving, we believe there .....
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India asks Pakistan to re-investigate 26/11 case and put Hafiz Saeed on trial
Haryana minister Ram Bilas Sharma took a jibe at the INLD
Gurmehar Kaur gets police protection; Delhi University remains calm after protests against ABVP
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JS Deepak named India’s next Ambassador to WTO
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Government banks on DIPAM to cash on Coal India
Coal India would again be generating cash for the central government, its principal shareholder, via the capital buyback guidelines issued last year.In October last year, the monolith had extinguished 1.72 per cent of its shares after a buyback, estimated to have generated cash of Rs 2,500 crore for the Centre. The total cash given to the shareholders was Rs 3650 crore.Now, to again raise money for its shareholders via interim dividend,, Coal India is banking on its subsidiaries. "The buyback process is happening as per the Dipam (department of investment and public asset management) guidelines", a Coal India executive told this newspaper.The guidelines make it mandatory for every public sector undertaking having a net worth of at least Rs. 2,000 crore and a cash and bank balance of Rs 1,000 crore to buy back a maximum 25 per cent of its equity shares. Thus, five of Coal India's seven mining subsidiary companies have to compulsorily buy back their shares and release idle capital. .....
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The most wonderful and weird moments. Courtesy Sony World Photography
In the pitch dark of the African night, a herd of cape buffaloes gather at the watering hole for a drink, taking care to stay by the edge to avoid the crocodiles lurking in the depths.In Gangiova, a village in Romania, a doctor places her stethoscope to the chest of a newborn baby, listening intently for the beating of his tiny heart.These are just some of the moments that have been picked by the judges for the Sony World Photography Awards.For the 2017 competition, photographers entered 227,596 images across the awards' Professional, Open and Youth categories.The Open competition winner will receive $5,000 (Rs 3.3 lakh), Sony digital imaging equipment and flights and accommodation to the awards ceremony at Somerset House in London.Sony World Photography Awards has been kind enough to share some of their shortlisted pieces with us. ..
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