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    semma ud ponga.... intha familya pakurapa evlo happya irukku...ipdiye irukanum....


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    UP gets investment proposals worth Rs 8,900 cr

    Uttar Pradesh has received nine investment proposals worth Rs 8,900 crore from companies, including Reliance Cement and Samsung, and the Cabinet will take a call on providing incentives to them, state chief secretary Alok Ranjan said on Sunday.


    "Nine proposals for mega projects having an investment Rs 8900 crores have been received from leading industrial houses like Reliance Cement, Shree Cement, Samsung, Paswara Papers, IFFCO, KK Milk and Gallant Ispat," Ranjan told reporters here.


    These proposals would now be put before the Cabinet for providing them incentive packages, he added.


    Claiming that an atmosphere conducive to industrialisation is being created in the state with single window system being put into place for providing mainly 18 clearances online, Ranjan said that during the present government till September 2014, 96,041 units specially in the medium and small sector have been set up at an investment of Rs 14,602 crore.


    These provide direct employment opportunities to over seven lakh, he added.


    The chief secretary said an industrial township on the lines of NOIDA is being developed in Kanpur named the "Trans-Ganga Industrial Township". Its foundation stone would be laid by Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on December 11.


    "This township on 1,270 acres would be developed on international standards. As it would be on the banks of Ganga, only pollution free industries would be allowed," he said.


    A similar township will also come up in Naini, Allahabad, the foundation of which is likely to be laid in February 2015.


    As no bids had come for setting up Kushinagar international airport in Kushinagar district, Ranjan said, it has been decided to get it done through Airports Authority of India.


    Besides, a final MOU has been signed for the Maitrayee yojna nearby for developing the area as a Buddhist tourism centre.


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    Planning Commission replacement likely in Dec

    Work has moved into top gear for finalising the name and structure for the new institution that will replace the 64-year old Planning Commission and the same may be unveiled this December.


    "The Prime Minister has convened a meeting of the Chief Ministers on December 7 to seek their view points on the structure of the institution which would ultimately replace the Planning Commission," an official source said.


    The Commission has received many suggestions regarding the name and role of the new body. Some of the suggested names are Sustainable Development Commission, National Development Agency, Social Economic Development Commission or Bharat Pragati Lakshya. Besides, there have been reports about the new body being named as Niti Aayog or Policy Commission.


    The new institution, which is likely to be headed by the Prime Minister as was the case in Planning Commission, may have four divisions-- Inter-state council, plan evaluation office, UIDAI and DBT. All the divisions would have experts from the Centre and state governments as also experts from the industry.


    The Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) Mission earlier was part the Planning Commission but was moved to the Finance Ministry later.


    According to sources, the new body could also be the secretariat for the inter-state council which is at present under the home ministry and met rarely during the UPA term. This council used to meet regularly during the previous NDA regime.


    Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his Independence Day speech had announced that the Commission would be abolished and replaced with a more relevant institution.


    Since then the Commission has held several meetings with experts to discuss the new structure of the proposed institution.



    Country's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru had set up the Planning Commission to steer the nation's economic destiny at that time.


    Set up by a Cabinet Resolution, the Commission has enjoyed power and prestige with Prime Minister as its Chairman. Its most important functions have been fixing targets for sectoral growth and allocate resources.


    The Deputy Chairman of the Commission has often been a political stalwart holding the rank of a Cabinet Minister.



    Gulzarilal Nanda, V T Krishnamachari, C Subramaniam, P N Haksar, Manmohan Singh, Pranab Mukherjee, K C Pant, Jaswant Singh, Madhu Dandavate, Mohan Dharia and R K Hegde had been deputy chaiman at differnt points of time.


    Montek Singh Ahluwalia was the last deputy chairman.


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    hi rekha,

    1st update nalla irunthathu,aanalum romba chinna update ean?


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    Forex Name Date Value Against Indian Rupee
    Australian Dollar 12/01/2014 52.4277
    Bahraini Dinar 12/01/2014 164.7085
    British Pound 12/01/2014 97.1178
    Canadian Dollar 12/01/2014 54.3477
    Chinese Yuan 12/01/2014 10.1031
    Danish Krone 12/01/2014 10.3895
    Euro 12/01/2014 77.3042
    Hong Kong Dollar 12/01/2014 8.0077
    Iraqi Dinar 12/01/2014 0.0535
    Japanese Yen 12/01/2014 0.5230
    Kuwaiti Dinar 12/01/2014 213.0422
    Omani Rial 12/01/2014 161.2907
    Pakistani Rupee 12/01/2014 0.6091
    Qatar Rial 12/01/2014 17.0548
    Saudi Arabian Riyal 12/01/2014 16.5450
    Singapore Dollar 12/01/2014 47.4849
    South African Rand 12/01/2014 5.5931
    Swedish Krona 12/01/2014 8.3218
    Swiss Franc 12/01/2014 64.2769
    UAE Dirham 12/01/2014 16.9081
    US Dollar 12/01/2014 62.0950

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    Re: Recovered Posts

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    05/02/2015
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    390.50
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    GOLD
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    Ahmeda
    25372.00
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    SILVER M
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    Parliamentary panel may submit report on FDI in Insurance by Dec 12: Reports

    The Parliamentary Panel is likely to finalise and submit its report on Insurance Bill by December 12, reports said on Monday.


    The Narendra Modi-led government is ensuring that the Select Committee on Insurance Bill submits its report by the December 12 so that it can push through the draft in the ongoing Winter session.


    The Select Committee has accepted 88 amendments moved by the previous UPA regime. The Parliament Panel on Insurance Bill will meet on Tuesday and Wednesday.


    In the run up to the Winter Session, Finance Minister Minister Arun Jaitley had said that the government was committed to passing the FDI in Insurance Bill, the Coal Ordinance and the constitutional Amendment Bill on Goods and Services Tax.


    The proposal to raise FDI cap has been pending since 2008 when the previous Manmohan Singh-led government introduced the Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bill to hike foreign holding in insurance joint ventures to 49 percent from the existing 26 percent

    The insurance sector was opened up for private sector in 2000 after the enactment of the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority Act, 1999 (IRDA Act, 1999).


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    ISIS not fighting a holy war: Kalyan boy Areeb Majeed tells NIA

    Areeb Majeed, suspected member of terror outfit Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), has revealed the names of the local contacts, who allegedly provided him the logistics to join the group to take part in the battle in Iraq, NIA officials said today.

    Majeed also disclosed how he was completely sidelined by the terror group as he had been asked to carry out menial tasks like cleaning toilets or providing water to those on the battlefield, instead of being pushed into the warzone.

    "Majeed was today grilled for several hours when he revealed the names of the local contacts, who radicalized him and his three other friends here, and helped them fly to Iraq. We are verifying his claims and are trying to locate these local contacts," a National Investigation Agency official said.

    However, the officer refused to divulge the names of the local supporters here saying it would derail the probe.

    Asked for how many months he participated in the battle on the ground, the 23-year-old ISIS 'recruit' said he was completely ignored and asked to clean the toilets and arrange water for those battling with the security forces.

    He told the investigators that despite his immediate supervisor's request, the ISIS cadres did not allow him to participate in the battle.

    His resolve to take part in the war weakened after he was left unattended for his bullet injury for three days before being taken to a hospital, he told them.

    "Only after I begged them, I was taken to a hospital. I was treating myself, but the injury was worsening as there was no proper medication or food available in the camps," Majeed told investigators.

    "There was neither a holy war nor any of the preachings in the holy book were followed. ISIS fighters raped many a woman there," Majeed said while responding to one of the questions, an NIA official said.

    Admitting that he and his three friends from Kalyan underwent training on handling of sophisticated AK 47 and rocket launchers, Majeed claimed the Indians were considered to be physically weak.

    Majeed was arrested on Friday on his return to Mumbai after spending nearly six months in Iraq. He was booked under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) on charges of conspiring to commit a terrorist act and being a member of a banned foreign terror outfit, and under the stringent Section 125 of the IPC for "waging war against the nation".

    In May this year, four youths from Kalyan town -- Majeed, Shaheen Tanki, Fahad Shaikh and Aman Tandel -- had left India to visit holy places in West Asia, but disappeared thereafter. They were suspected to have joined the ISIS.

    According to police, the four engineering students flew to Baghdad on May 23 as part of a group of 22 pilgrims to visit religious shrines in Iraq.
    The next day, Majeed had called his family from Baghdad and apologised for having left without informing them. Upon returning to India, other pilgrims had told the police that, Majeed, Fahad, Aman and Saheen had hired a taxi to Fallujah, a city west of Baghdad, which had emerged as the epicentre of Iraq's deadly insurgency.

    On August 26, Tanki called up Majeed's family and told them that their son had become a "martyr" claiming that the latter died fighting for ISIS in Syria.

    Accordingly, the next day, Areeb Majeed's family performed 'Janaza-e-gayabana' (prayers for the departed soul in the absence of the body) in Kalyan.




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    Re: Recovered Posts

    Thnq so much sugan...

    Originally Posted by suganyarangasam
    hi vennila...
    nice update...

    vinu marriage ku aprom dhan kalyan ku marriage panna mudiyum nu veetula urudhi ah sollitanga..
    vinu manasula yaaru iruka nu sikram kandupidi kalyan..




    Thnks neela...

    Originally Posted by neela85
    hi
    nice update



    Will be knowing in short time.. thnks anit...

    Originally Posted by anit
    waiting for vinu's flashback


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    Petrol price cut by 91 paise/litre, diesel by 84 paise

    Petrol price was Sunday cut by 91 paise a litre, the seventh reduction since August, and diesel by 84 paise per litre, the third straight cut, as international oil rates continued to slump.


    Petrol and diesel price reduction will be effective midnight tonight, Indian Oil Corp, the nation's largest fuel retailer, announced here.



    In Delhi, petrol price will cost Rs 63.33 a litre as compared to Rs 64.24 per litre previously while in Mumbai the reduction will be 96 paise to Rs 70.95 per litre.


    Diesel will cost Rs 52.51 a litre in Delhi from tomorrow as against Rs 53.35 currently while in Mumbai the price will be cut by 93 paise to Rs 60.11 per litre.

    Rates differ from state to state due to differential local sales tax or VAT rates.


    The prices of petrol and diesel were last revised downwards on November 1 by Rs 2.41 a litre and Rs 2.25 per litre respectively (including state levies at Delhi) on the back of declining international oil prices.



    "Since the last price changes, the international prices of both petrol and diesel have continued to be on a downtrend. The Rupee-USD exchange rate has however appreciated since the last price change. The combined impact of both these factors warrant a decrease in retail selling prices of both petrol and diesel," IOC said in the statement.


    This is the seventh consecutive reduction in petrol prices since August and third in diesel in rates since October.



    Prior to today's reduction, petrol price has been cumulatively cut by Rs 9.36 per litre since August.


    Diesel price was cut for the first time in more than five years on October 19 by Rs 3.37 a litre when the government decided to deregulate the fuel. This was followed by another reduction on November 1.


    "The movement of prices in international oil market and INR-USD exchange rate shall continue to be closely monitored and developing trends of the market will be reflected in future price changes," the statement said.


    Rates would have been cut by Rs 1.50 on November 16 but the government took away the gains by way of an excise duty increase.



    Excise duty on normal or unbranded petrol was hiked from Rs 1.20 per litre to Rs 2.70 per litre and unbranded diesel from Rs 1.46 a litre to Rs 2.96.


    The same on branded petrol was raised from Rs 2.35 a litre to Rs 3.85 and on branded diesel from Rs 3.75 to Rs 5.25 per litre.

    While the fall in global rates and the resultant cuts in retail prices have led to loss of revenue to the exchequer, particularly of state governments, there wasn't any loss to the central government on account of reduction in petrol and diesel prices as excise duty on the two fuel is fixed and not ad valorem. The increase in excise duty would give the government of Rs 13,000 crore additional revenue annually.


    State-owned fuel retailers Indian Oil Corp (IOC), Bharat Petroleum Corp (BPCL) and Hindustan Petroleum Corp (HPCL) follow the fortnightly review practice and change rates on 1st and 16th of every month.


    Oil firms revise rates of petrol, which was deregulated in June 2010, and diesel on 1st and 16th of every month based on average international oil price and rupee-US dollar exchange rate.


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