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January 2019
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News Headlines
NRIs are India's brand ambassadors, symbolise country's capabilities: PM        More domestic, international services from Kannur International Airport        Kohli will break all records created by Tendulkar: Zaheer Abbas        Man gets 7 years rigorous imprisonment for robbery        Encounter breaks out at Shopian in J-K        France fines Google nearly $57 million        Full dress rehearsal for Republic Day Parade on Wednesday, traffic restrictions to be in place        Jaitey calls Congress remarks on EVM hacking "lie and garbage"        China''s economy slumps to 28 year low to 6.6 per cent in 2018        Venezuela military group calls in video for not recognizing Maduro        First Indian-American Senator Kamala Harris announces her 2020 US presidential bid        Ross Taylor praises Kohli''s batting prowess ahead of limited-overs series        Halep sent home but Djokovic, Williams headed to the Australian Open quarter-finals        Boo - The World's Cutest dog dies        PM condoles demise of Lingayat seer        CJI recuses from hearing plea challenging Rao's appointment as interim CBI chief        Ankita wins first singles title of 2019 season in Singapore        Kohli is greatest ODI batsman to have played the game: Clarke        Minister says UK faces 'political tsunami' if Brexit halted        Mumbai TDS office issued prosecution notices in 50 ''big'' cases in past one month: CBDT        
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Business News
Fuel prices to come down further: Dharmendra Pradhan
 
(NEW DELHI, Jan03, 2019): Fuel prices in the country will be reduced further said Union Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan.

Talking to reporters, Pradhan said that the government is expanding refinery capacity in the country, which will bring down the prices of diesel and petrol further.

Petrol and diesel prices have been on a slide lately with petrol even touching the lowest levels in over a year across the four metros.

The continuous decline in prices for the last couple of weeks comes following the recent decline in crude oil prices. The trend, however, may change in the months ahead as the production-cut decision by OPEC and non-OPEC countries took effect from Tuesday.

Petrol price in the national capital is at Rs 68.65 on Wednesday – lowest in a year, data on the Indian Oil Corp`s website showed. The year saw petrol price rise to a high of Rs 82.83 (October 16) in Delhi.

In Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai, the fuel cost Rs 70.78, Rs 74.30 and Rs 71.22, respectively. While prices for diesel in Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai and Mumbai stood at Rs 62.66, Rs 64.42, Rs 66.14 and Rs 65.56 respectively.


China''s economy slumps to 28 year low to 6.6 per cent in 2018
Minister says UK faces 'political tsunami' if Brexit halted
Mumbai TDS office issued prosecution notices in 50 ''big'' cases in past one month: CBDT
Honda Cars India announces increase in car prices, effective from Feb 1
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
Cooking Gas Price Cut By Rs. 5.91 Per Cylinder
KERALA NEWS
More domestic, international services from Kannur International Airport
 Thiruvananthapuram: More domestic, international services to start from Kannur International Airport  
Mineral sand mining: Talks fail, agitaion to continue
Kerala HC disqualifies Koduvally MLA
Kanakadurga attacked by mother-in-law
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
France fines Google nearly $57 million
 Washington: The French regulators fined Google with nearly $57 million for violating Europe's new da
Venezuela military group calls in video for not recognizing Maduro
First Indian-American Senator Kamala Harris announces her 2020 US presidential bid
Boo - The World's Cutest dog dies
NATIONAL NEWS
Man gets 7 years rigorous imprisonment for robbery
 Thane: A Thane court has awarded seven years' rigorous imprisonment to a 36-year-old man for robbing
Encounter breaks out at Shopian in J-K
Jaitey calls Congress remarks on EVM hacking "lie and garbage"
PM condoles demise of Lingayat seer
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