EVEN three months after a site inspection on October 7, the joint committee probing the illegal sand mining off Marina beach has not yet filed its report to the Southern Bench of the National Green Tribunal.
This is despite the Bench reiterating that any delay in filing the report may lead to the perpetrators destroying evidence and continuing the illegal activities.
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75 Vande Bharat Trains In Next Two Years?
A little over a year ahead of the next Parliamentary elections, the Union railway ministry is working overtime to roll out the sets of 75 new semi-high speed Vande Bharat Express trains.
Petrol tax slashed, but you aren't getting full relief
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India joins pact for Indo-Pacific synergy, growth
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Gyanvapi: Varanasi Court To Decide Fate Of Pleas Today
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Life For Russian In War Crimes Case
Ukraine seals first conviction case against Moscow since the invasion began in February
Protests Mark UP Assembly Inaugural Session; Yogi Warns Unruly Legislators
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Ahead of Gujarat poll, BJP identifies AAP as key challenger in tribal areas
IF BJP sources are to be believed, the party's Gujarat unit appears more concerned about AAP's tactic and searching posers than the Congress, which is seen as divided from the top.
An assortment of awe-inspiring acts
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IT'S A WRAP FOR VASANTHABALAN'S ANEETHI
We had earlier reported that director Vasanthabalan is working on a film titled Aneethi. It's now known that the film's shooting has been wrapped up. With the shooting completed, the film has entered the postproduction stage.
Many fail to meet food item needs
Inflation continues to hit new highs; just in a year, cooking oil prices shot up by over ₹30
Poor testing by OEMs primary cause of fire in electric vehicles
JUST days after Ola Electric and Okinawa scooters caught fire, video of a Pure EPluto 7G emitting smoke while on fire in Chennai went viral on Wednesday. According to top industry leaders, inadequate testing, especially of the batteries in domestic conditions, and a rush among new-age players to launch products in quick time are major reasons behind these incidents.
Shopee shuts operations in India
The company said this decision was taken considering the global market uncertainties
ONDC launch in April; 10 cos set to roll out products
Paytm, Phone Pe, Dunzo and Go Frugal, among the 10 companies
Amazon may file contempt petition against Future
Reliance had taken over stores of Future after the latter failed to pay the lease rents
‘How can NEET assess 12 years of education?'
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FOLLOW NEP IN LETTER AND SPIRIT: NAIDU
Calls the policy a starting point to make education a tool for national transformation
BharatPe says Grovers misappropriated funds
Adds it reserves all rights to take further legal action against them
FRL in SC; seeks time to repay ₹3,500 cr debt
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No alarming fund outflow at RBL, says bank official
RBI allays depositors’ concern over unexpected leadership change