PM- Modi in Iran for ‘two-days’ visit to sign agreement to develop Chabahar Port

PM- Modi in Iran for ‘two-days’ visit to sign agreement to develop Chabahar Port

Tehran: Today, on 23rd May, when the Indian Prime Minister- Narendra Modi reached in Iran, he was given a ceremonial welcome in the morning time. PM- Modi went to Iran for the meetings with the top leaders including the Irani President- Hassan Rouhani. He is on a two- day visit to Iran. While, on the visit, the PM- Modi has to initiate the very centre piece of the visit i.e. the Trilateral agreement, for the development of the Chabahar Port, and due to such agreement, the central Asia’s will be…

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India’s exports fall for 17th Month in April, trade deficit hits 5 year low

India’s exports fall for 17th Month in April, trade deficit hits 5 year low

New Delhi: A serious decline in experts for Seventeenth month seen due to the continuous fall in the shipments of the Petroleum products and also in engineering products. This was seen in a row in April by 6.7 per cents to 20.5 billion dollars. Not only this, but the said fall is also experienced in the imports too, which by 23.1 per cents to 25.4 billion dollars in the month under the review as against thirty- three billion dollars as was seen in the month of April, last year. Moreover,…

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Now depicting India’s Map wrongly will be punishable with up to Seven years jail, or Fine up to 100 Crore rupees

Now depicting India’s Map wrongly will be punishable with up to Seven years jail, or Fine up to 100 Crore rupees

New Delhi: If anyone, including the natural individual or a fictitious character like Company is tampering with the Maps of the India or wrongly depicting the same like wrongly showing Pakistan as occupied Kashmir in Pakistan, or Arunachal Pradesh in China, then this will now be strictly punishable. Now the Government in the country is fixed to bring out a new law, which would be named as ‘Geospatial Information Regulation Act’ this year and this law will be providing for the prohibition on the wrong depiction, dissemination, publication or even…

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After long time Mallya came up and says ‘I am in forced exile’, having no plans to return to India

After long time Mallya came up and says ‘I am in forced exile’, having no plans to return to India

London: Currently facing major legal battle in Indian courts, the businessman- Vijay Mallya found stated that he is in a “forced exile” and has no plans to return to India, where, as per his opinion the things are flying at him “fast and furious.” Notably, it was seen earlier that the liquor baron- Mallya’s passport was revoked by the Indian authorities this month, on the ground that he was escaping the summons and thereby causing delay in the process of Enforcement Directorate which is investigating the instances of his alleged…

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Vijay Mallya, facing legal battle in India, lives in mansion worth of Rs. 100 crore in UK

Vijay Mallya, facing legal battle in India, lives in mansion worth of Rs. 100 crore in UK

Business; India: The all famous liquor baron- Vijay Mallya, who is currently rounding in news daily, is reportedly, having a big mansion where he is residing in United Kingdom, worth of 100 crore rupees i.e. around fifteen million dollars. Moreover, it is pointed in one of the news agency, namely, The Sunday Times, where it had quoted the confirmations from the businessman- Vijay Mallya who said that “my official address in the United Kingdom is at Ladywalk.” Thus, it is safe reported notably that Vijay Mallya’s mansion is in Tewin…

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