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‘Most of richest Indians stay in Maharashtra’

The richest individuals have been defined as those who boast a wealth of at least Rs 1,000 crore. There are 71 people with wealth of at least Rs 1,000 crore with a combined wealth of Rs 3.48 lakh crore, less than Mukesh Ambani’s.

Rising Occupancy: Country’s commercial real estate banks on financial sector again

Mumbai, the financial capital of India, will continue to see an increase in leasing activity by BFSI companies.

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Civil Aviation Ministry clears plan for second airport in NCR

According to Sharma, GMR Group- the majority stakeholder in the venture that operates the Delhi International Airport- is proposed to be accorded the right of first refusal with regard to the new project.

National Capital Region gets bigger with three new districts

Haryana Chief Minister Khattar said that with the inclusion of Jind and Karnal in NCR, 57 per cent of the state's area had become part of the entity.

Death by Breath: On Delhi’s edge, a township of 25,000 more toxic than Delhi

The Kaushambi story: Industrial areas, bus depots and garbage landfill

We want Muzaffarnagar in NCR: Modi minister

Riot accused and local BJP MP Sanjeev Balyan asked to hold talks with UP government.

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Tomato prices remain high at Rs 80/kg

At Mother Dairy's Safal outlets, tomatoes are being sold at Rs 56 per kg, but the local vendors are charging anything between Rs 70-80 per kg.

NCR permits for auto-rickshaws likely to be issued by July-end

According to the specified eligibility criteria, the applicant should possess a valid TSR driving licence and a Public Service Badge issued by the Transport department.

Out on bail,ailing Chautalas flourish in Gurgaon hospital

The count for Chautala Senior alone is close to a hundred visitors since he was granted bail for six weeks in May for undergoing heart surgery

Two seats in NCR among 5 LS seats have highest no of voters

The total electorate size in the largest five constituencies is thus 15.4 times of that in the smallest five seats.

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