Telugu Desam Party President and former chief minister of Andhra Pradesh, N Chandrababu Naidu, who has been fighting against YS Jagan Mohan Reddy government’s move to shift the capital city away from Amaravati, vows to quit politics if a referendum that he is demanding goes against Amavarati.
“We are eying to triple our revenues over the next three years as projects involving investments of over Rs 2,700 crore will take off with significant revenue contributions,” Ramky Enviro Engineers (REEL) CEO and managing director M Goutham Reddy told.
The NCLT’s Hyderabad bench has ordered the proceedings at Sri Yadadri Life Sciences (SYLS) for the alleged default in payments to Adroit Financial Services (AFS) for advice given on insolvency resolution and services towards capital structuring and settlement of debt through a one-time settlement (OTS) with its lender.
Road transport and highways minister Nitin Gadkari has promised to work on alternatives to bank guarantees and arrange construction equipment and machinery from manufacturers on lease basis with the government extending guarantees, said BAI vice-president K Sriram.
The CAA goes against the constitutional vision. This classification is not a reasonable classification because, one, it does not cover all the neighbouring countries. Two, it does not cover all persecuted minorities. The CAA is neither based on a reasonable classification nor does it have a rational object or just object to achieve. Three, it is arbitrary.
The CAA fast-tracks citizenship for five non-Muslim communities in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh, but the concern is in what it signals — making citizenship a matter of faith — and the kind of effect it will have on the ground for people who find themselves excluded from NRC. The law will throw a lifeline for non-Muslims, while the Muslims out of NRC would be incarcerated or relegated to non-citizens.
Novopan got itself delisted from the stock exchanges in November 2014, after buying back its shares from public shareholders.
Foreign pension funds and private equity funds were showing more interest in India’s highway road assets within the infrastructure space given the policy issues involved with various states in other infrastructure asset classes, Asheesh Sharma, member (finance), the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) said.
SPV Foundation posts Rs 3 cr grant for bioscience research; TIFR scientist Vidita Vaidya bags research grant
Vidita’s Neurobiology lab at TIFR currently studies the molecular, epigenetic and cellular changes that contribute to persistent alterations in human behaviour. It also focusses on molecular and cellular adaptations that arise from sustained antidepressant treatment.
South Korean major Kia would launch a luxury multipurpose vehicle (MPV) early next year, which the company claims will be the first-of-its-kind on Indian roads.
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