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Daman and Dadra administration withdraws 'rakhi' order for women employees after adverse reaction - The Indian Express

03Aug2017
The Indian ExpressDaman and Dadra administration withdraws 'rakhi' order for women employees after adverse reactionThe Indian ExpressA DAY after issuing a controversial notification asking all women employees of the Union Territories of Daman and Diu, and Dadra and Nagar Haveli to tie rakhis to their men colleagues, the administration withdrew the circular on Wednesday following ...and more »
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Voice of Freedom: All you need to know about Voice of Freedom ... - Economic Times

13Aug2017
Economic TimesVoice of Freedom: All you need to know about Voice of Freedom ...Economic TimesVoice of Freedom broadcasts made Goans aware of the states long history of struggle for freedom, right from the 16th century.and more »
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Daman & Diu withdraws 'rakhi' order - The Tribune - The Tribune

03Aug2017
Daman & Diu withdraws 'rakhi' order - The TribuneThe TribuneTheTribune: BATHINDA/NAGAR HAVELI: An over-enthusiastic Daman and Diu Administration that had asked women employees in government offices across ...and more »
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New pharma policy will make drugs cheaper but accessibility remains a concern - Firstpost

19Aug2017
FirstpostNew pharma policy will make drugs cheaper but accessibility remains a concernFirstpostState wise, NSQ percentage estimates for Retail outlets varied from zero to 8.82 percent (with the exception of Lakshadweep); Three States/Union Territories — Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Goa — had zero percent NSQ. Fourteen ...
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Two held for trafficking, minors rescued - Times of India

26Jul2017
Two held for trafficking, minors rescuedTimes of IndiaKOLKATA: The CID arrested two persons, one reportedly involved in a child trafficking racket with links in Dubai, from Silvassa in Dadra and Nagar Haveli on Tuesday. The team also rescued two minors allegedly abducted by the accused from Santiniketan ...
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HRAWI requests for extension of timings for bars, discotheques - Zee Business

19Aug2017
HRAWI requests for extension of timings for bars, discothequesZee BusinessWhile Maharashtra has taken the lead in passing the bill, the HRAWI hoped that the adjoining states of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Goa, Gujarat and the union territories of Daman, Diu and Silvassa too will amend their law soon. "There are over one ...and more »
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Wanderlust Nation: A 27 percent jump in off-season monsoon holiday bookings in India this year - Moneycontrol.com

06Aug2017
Moneycontrol.comWanderlust Nation: A 27 percent jump in off-season monsoon holiday bookings in India this yearMoneycontrol.comBesides, the few fastest growing destinations this season were - Havelock (Andaman and Nicobar), Kasol (Himachal Pradesh), Neemrana (Rajasthan), Silvassa (the Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli) and Lansdown (Uttarakhand). When it came to ...and more »
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21,000 to benefit from schemes Narendra Modi will launch in ... - Times of India

17Apr2017
Times of India21,000 to benefit from schemes Narendra Modi will launch in ...Times of IndiaSURAT: At least 21000 people are expected to benefit from various schemes that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch at Silvassa in the Union territory of ...Delhi is your rakhwala: PMThe Indian ExpressNarendra Modi becomes first prime minister to visit Dadra and Nagar Haveli after Morarji DesaiFinancial ExpressNarendra Modi concludes Gujarat visit after laying foundation of several key facilitiesIndia.comDeccan Herald -Zee Newsall 20 news articles »
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Expect to reach optimum capacity utilisation for Silvassa in next 3 ... - Moneycontrol.com

29Mar2017
Moneycontrol.comExpect to reach optimum capacity utilisation for Silvassa in next 3 ...Moneycontrol.com"We would be able to complete this facility's utilisation in around three years time", Makrand Appalwar, CMD, Emmbi Industries told CNBC-TV18.and more »
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