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TTML: The margins for the period are impacted by the provision for contingencies of about Rs. 39 crore (Previous Period – Nil) which is primarily towards the outstanding claims / litigations against the company relating to Department of Telecommunication (DoT) and other parties. Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today deeply mourned the death of several passengers, including children in a collision between two mini-buses and a truck on National Highway 35 in lower Assam’s Barpeta district in the wee hours today. Chief Minister Gogoi instituted a high level probe into the tragic accident at Doholapara under Sorbhog Police Station… more. Merchants’ Chamber of Commerce in Malda in West Bengal state requested finance Minister to extend the online uploading time period for 3CB/3CD Income tax file as the assesses are facing trouble due to congestion in internet line following heavy rush. The extension has been already allowed for the state of Tamilnadu- claimed the Merchant’s Associat… more. A total of 13,09,424 individual and community titles were distributed to the eligible claimants under The Scheduled Tribes and other Traditional Forest Dwellers ( Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006 by the end of July 2013. 16,207 more titles are ready for distribution. This is 86.70% of the total claims received by the government. Prime Database managing director Pranav Haldea claims the April-June period mop up of Rs 87,840 crore was an increase of 11% over Rs 78,960 crore mobilised in the corresponding period of the previous year. The biggest mobilisation was by all-India financial institutions/banks at Rs 41,922 crore. I consider it an honour to attend this book presentation function and I am grateful to Hon’ble President Shri Pranab Mukherjee to have agreed to be presented with the first copy of the book. I thank Dr. Karan Singh for releasing the book and presenting the first copy of the book to the Hon’ble President of India. The Book ‘The March to a Modern… more. Darjeeling district in West Bengal had nearly 775% population growth between 1951 to 2001 against 184.19% national average for the period. Actfgvists groups are claiming this as result of uncontrolled influx of people from Nepal into Indian land through open border and homogenization of them into official Indian population. Claim of heavy influx from Nepal into Darjeeling adjoining Indian land using Indo-Nepal Peace and Friendship Treaty as immunity has come under limelight once again when Gorkha Janamukti Morcha(GJM), an organization representing mainly Nepali speaking people have set Darjeeling under deep political turmoil with its demand of separate statehood.
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