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 Tata motors said they would ask Nano
customers to bring back their cars to add
safety devices free of cost to prevent tg...
 India’s biggest fuel retailer IOC is
considering raising petrol prices by 35 paise
per litre this week as the crude oil ...
 After meeting the prime minister this
evening, Telecom Minister A Raja confirmed
that he had resigned.
 "In order to av...
 Food Inflation declined for the fourth week
in a row to a one year low but government
remain concerned over the pace of ...
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  1. 1. Submittedby: Sambhav jain
  2. 2.  Tata motors said they would ask Nano customers to bring back their cars to add safety devices free of cost to prevent tge vehicles from catching fire.  Company officials said these are the additional protection being provided, else Nano is quite safe.
  3. 3.  India’s biggest fuel retailer IOC is considering raising petrol prices by 35 paise per litre this week as the crude oil prices have gone up.  If government increases the prices this will be the third hike in petrol prices since government freed its pricing on June 26  IOC decision is expected to be followed by other state run fuel retailers- Bharat Petroleum Corp and Hindustan Petroleum Corp
  4. 4.  After meeting the prime minister this evening, Telecom Minister A Raja confirmed that he had resigned.  "In order to avoid embarrassment to the Government and maintain peace and harmony in Parliament, my leader (DMK chief M Karunanidhi) has advised me to resign," Raja told.
  5. 5.  Food Inflation declined for the fourth week in a row to a one year low but government remain concerned over the pace of the decline  The food inflation declined to 12.3% but it has increased when compared to previous year figures which was 12.59% a year ago.
  6. 6. Thank You
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