Sounding the poll bugle for Gujarat elections 2017, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday dared the Congress to contest it on the development plank.
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The Chinese tech giant, Xiaomi has captured the Indian markets with it's budget phones. The company gives another surprise to India just ahead of Diwali with the launch of Redmi 5A.
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Housing financier DHFL on Monday reported a 26.1% rise in net profit to Rs293.30 crore for the quarter ended in September this year compared to Rs232.62 crore in the same period of last year.
Total income of the company grew by 21% to Rs2,614.25 crore in July-September, against Rs2,161.38 crore in the same period of previous fiscal, Dewan Housing Finance Corp. Ltd (DHFL) said in a regulatory filing.
The board of the company at the meeting held on Monday also declared an interim dividend of Rs3...
Cauvery Protest Row: Rail Roko Protest enters 2nd Consecutive Day
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October 18 , 2016 , 12:51 IST
[caption id="attachment_232146" align="aligncenter" width="700"] DMK Party workers along with others during 'Rail Roko' Protest in Tamil Nadu.[/caption]
Oppositions parties' "rail roko" protest in favour of demanding constitution of the Cauvery Water Management Board entered second consecutive day on October 18.
Earlier on October 17, opposition parties including the DMK held a state-wide rail blockade protest announced by a farmer’s federation over the Cauvery issue. The rail roko protest aimed to set up the Cauvery Management Borad (CMB).
Chennai was majorly hit by the protest, although it was a planned agitation conducted across the state.
Also Read: Rail Roko And Protests Staged in Tamil Nadu Over Cauvery Row
The railway stations which got majorly affected by the protest and witnessed a large crowd were Perambur, Chennai Central and Saidaipet.
Thousands of DMK party leaders and workers, flocked to the Perambur railway stations, which blocked the entire zone.
Also Read: Cauvery Protests: More Than 2,500 Arrested
Some of the busy roads across the stations were also crippled on October 16, resulting in extreme inconvenience to the commuters.
DMK party members led by MK Stalin reached spot and tried to create menace by breaking it through the barricades with his followers and forcibly entered the station.
Even though a large number of policemen were deployed, crowd was uncontrollable, which numbered in thoudsands.