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21 April, 2018 3:29 PM Why Vedanta could gain out of Electrosteel acquisition

For Vedanta, acquisition of Electrosteel could be value accretive as it has iron ore mines around the latter's plant thus reducing the overall cost For Vedanta, acquisition of Electrosteel could be value accretive considering that the company has got ready iron ore mines around the latter's plant thus reducing the overall cost and generate better returns 32

21 April, 2018 11:28 AM Plants butterflies depend on

Team lists 834 plants that caterpillars feed on Before they become colourful nectar-feeding butterflies, caterpillars are voracious leaf-eaters. Scientists have compiled a list of 834 such plants that most butterfly caterpillars of the Western Ghats feed on, hoping this will aid ecological studies and butterfly conservation. The Western Ghats is home to 336 butterfly 30

19 April, 2018 7:05 PM TTD forms special fighting squads to prevent forest fires

149 personnel to keep vigil in shifts round the clock With the day temperatures hovering at 40 degrees Celsius, the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) has taken up several initiatives to prevent forest fires. As part of the initiatives, the TTD has set up fire fighting squads both at Tirumala and Tirupati and about 149 personnel shall work round the clock 36

16 April, 2018 6:17 PM Rose garden in Kerala for a life cut short in Kathua

Memorial set up by students of a Wayanad institute Students of the Imam Gazzali Academy at Koolivayal, near Mananthavady, in Wayanad have set up a rose garden in memory of the eight-year-old girl who was raped and killed at Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir. The memorial, with a garden 60 metres long and 10 metres wide, has 200 varieties of rose plants and a Wall of Remembrance 32

13 April, 2018 4:47 PM Jaguar Land Rover to cut U.K. workforce

Carmaker may shed up to 1,000 jobs; uncertainty around Brexit seen as trigger Less than three months after announcing a temporary cut in production at its Halewood plant, Jaguar Land Rover is to announce cuts to temporary roles in one of its British plants in the face of “continuing headwinds,” facing the car industry. The Tata Motors-owned carmaker 34

12 April, 2018 2:00 AM Tirupati-Sri City has scope for huge investment: Naidu

A.P. CM holds talks with global suppliers of Xiaomi The proliferation of industries related to automobile, electronics and hardware in Andhra Pradesh will soon ensure creation of a sustainable ecosystem, according to Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu. At the Xiaomi supplier investment summit here on Wednesday, Mr. Naidu held consultations with 38 global 24

10 April, 2018 6:12 PM A plantation worker’s silent, deadly foes

Kannur’s farm labourers suffer most bites from hump-nosed pit-vipers, Russell’s vipers As occupational hazards go, poisonous snakes in the workplace must count as one of the worst. Yet that is the challenge that workers in Kannur’s rubber and cashew plantations face. A new study on the incidence of snake bites in the district has found that plantation 22

10 April, 2018 5:40 PM Honda plans to invest ₹800 cr. for expansion

Aims for third consecutive double-digit growth Honda Motorcycle and Scooters India (HMSI) on Tuesday said it would invest ₹800 crore in the current financial year to expand footprint in the country. “India is already the number one contributor to Honda’s global two-wheeler business. We will further consolidate our position in 2018-19 as we get ready 36

9 April, 2018 6:59 AM Xiaomi Doubles Down on Its 'Make in India' Plans

Xiaomi on Monday announced a major expansion of its "Make in India" plans, with the opening of three more smartphone plants in India. Xiaomi said it has also started manufacturing smartphones at its power bank plant in Noida, resulting in a total of six smartphone manufacturing plants in India across three different campuses in Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Andhra 81

6 April, 2018 7:47 AM 'Missing': Who needs Meryl Streep when we have Tabu?

That face is the map of the human heart. No one does it like Tabu. Not when she sets her heart to it. After seeing her misfit's act in Golmaal Returns, what a blessed relief to see Tabu back in form in Missing! This time, she plays a distraught mother who on a visit to Mauritius ends up with her little daughter kidnapped. Nothing in Missing is as it seems 57