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Can''t become pawns in the hands of corporate giants: Sitharaman on Rafale        Mexican pipeline explosion kills 71, leaves nightmare of ash        Djokovic takes out teen sensation Shapovalov in Australia Open 3rd round        Citizenship Bill: Protests rage on in Assam        Dalmia's ashes immersed in Yamuna        Mehbooba seeks separatist leader's release on humanitarian grounds        Heavy snowfall, rain likely in Himachal on Jan 21, 22        Govt ''wronged'' country on Rafale, only JPC can probe deal: Chidambaram        Citizenship bill: Rajnath rings up AASU, seeks to resolve issue via talks        51 women in 10-50 age group entered Sabarimala temple till now: Kerala to SC        President Trump cancels Speaker Pelosi''s foreign ''excursion'' amid government shutdown        US-led airstrikes kill 20 civilians in eastern Syria: state media        European Council President says discussed next steps on Brexit with May        Standing tall Down Under: Dhoni anchors, Kedar finishes as India win ODI series        Malaysia Masters 2019: Saina races to semi-finals, Kidambi out of tournament        Will make nephew join BSP movement, give him chance to learn: Mayawati        Mineral sand mining: Talks fail, agitaion to continue        Activists welcome SC verdict on dance bars; Maha govt cautious        Talks on possible 2nd Trump-Kim summit set for Washington        May Bashes Corbyn for Refusing to Join Dialogue on Brexit, Says Door Still Open        
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Business News
Honda Cars India announces increase in car prices, effective from Feb 1
 
(New Delhi, Jan 17,2019):Honda Cars India Ltd. (HCIL) on Wednesday announced a price increase on its models, which will be effective from February 1. The price increase on the CR-V will be Rs 10,000 and on other models upto Rs 7,000.

Mr Rajesh Goel, Sr Vice President and Director, Sales and Marketing, Honda Cars India Ltd said, "There has been a huge pressure on costs owing to commodity prices & foreign exchange rates and we had been trying to hold this increase for as long as possible. However, we are now compelled to pass on a part of the increased costs to customers effective February 1.

" The company''s product range includes Honda Brio, Honda Jazz, Honda Amaze, Honda City, Honda WR-V, Honda BR-V and Honda CR-V - which are manufactured in India, according to a company release here on Thursday.


IOC to raise USD 3 bn more in overseas loan
Jet Airways shares sink over 8% amid uncertainty over open offer
Huawei founder denies spying for China in rare interview
Rupee slips further, settles below 71-level against USD
Sebi fines 10 entities for fraudulent trading in Mindvision Capital shares
Govt sets up common facility centres for gems and jewellery sector
Rupee rises 14 paise against US dollar in early trade
Export demand to drive future growth of manufacturing companies
MCA summons directors, officers of Usha Martin
Reliance Communications Says 'Fully Committed' To Settle Dues With Ericsson
Jet Airways In Talks With SBI To Raise Rs. 1,500 Crore: Report
Petrol, Diesel Prices To Rise In Karnataka As State Hikes Fuel Taxes
RBI Scales Down Printing Of 2,000 Rupee Note: Report
Banks likely to recover bad loans worth Rs 70,000 crore by March-end: Arun Jaitley
BoB finalises share swap ratio for merger of Vijaya Bank, Dena Bank
Fuel prices to come down further: Dharmendra Pradhan
Cooking Gas Price Cut By Rs. 5.91 Per Cylinder
Gold Prices Rise Over 6% In 2018
Govt has prepared revival plan for Air India: Sinha
'Domestic broking industry to grow at 5-10% in FY19'
KERALA NEWS
Mineral sand mining: Talks fail, agitaion to continue
 (Thiruvananthapuram, Jan 17,2019):Conciliatory talks to end the agitation by locals against m  
Kerala HC disqualifies Koduvally MLA
Kanakadurga attacked by mother-in-law
Five killes as car and bus collide at Kottarakkara
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
Mexican pipeline explosion kills 71, leaves nightmare of ash
 (Tlahuelilpan, Jan 19,2019):Gerardo Perez returned Saturday to the scorched field in central
President Trump cancels Speaker Pelosi''s foreign ''excursion'' amid government shutdown
US-led airstrikes kill 20 civilians in eastern Syria: state media
European Council President says discussed next steps on Brexit with May
NATIONAL NEWS
Can''t become pawns in the hands of corporate giants: Sitharaman on Rafale
 (New Delhi, Jan 19,2019):In a scathing attack on the opposition parties for constantly raking
Citizenship Bill: Protests rage on in Assam
Dalmia's ashes immersed in Yamuna
Mehbooba seeks separatist leader's release on humanitarian grounds
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