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Thursday March 23, 2017
Massive Rally in Bhopal on World Forestry Day     Atmosphere of Devotion and Enthusiasm Seen in Dewas     Badrinath Ki Dulhania     Manohar Parrikar govt wins trust vote     Baahubali 2 trailer launch     Holi Milan Programme at CM House     Sports Competitions in Rural Areas Help Local Talent     #Chouhanshivraj to Participate in India Today Conclave in Mumbai     Payment Against Wheat Purchase Must Reach Farmers’ Bank Accounts     Use of Technique must for Good Administration: #chouhanshivraj     Cabinet approves National Health Policy 2017 - #nationalhealthpolicy2017     IS threatens to attack Taj Mahal     Rawat to be next chief minister of Uttarakhand     Decision of #Union Government in Country’s Interest Must Be Welcomed     Symposium on World Water Day     #NTPC Clocks Highest Ever Annual Cumulative Gross Generation     Plant trees besides saving forest produce and greenery     Rani Avanti Bai was a heroic woman     Career is not life; it is a part of life     Idea, Vodafone India Announce Merger     DMart shares double on listing     Sunil Grover asks Kapil Sharma not to ‘act like God’     Mukesh Ambani ahead of other 100 Indian billionaires     Plant trees for Incessant Water in the #Narmada     World Water Day and significance of celebrating "Namami Devi Narmade" - #chouhanshivraj     Agriculture Development Rate is 20% Due to Ample Power, Irrigation Facility     Flag Hoisting Becomes Mandatory in Schools     Kapil Sharma threw a shoe at Sunil Grover in a flight    

DMart shares double on listing

Founder and ace investor Radhakishan S Damani, who owns 82 per cent stake in the company, saw the value of his holding soar to Rs 32,790 crore, leapfrogging in the country's billionaire list and even surpassing stalwarts like Rahul Bajaj and Anil Ambani.

Sunil Grover asks Kapil Sharma not to ‘act like God’

Sunil Grover broke his silence on Kapil Sharma's misbehaviour after being drunk. While Sunil is deeply hurt from The Kapil Sharma Show host, Kapil is still trying to appease Sunil. Read here to know all that happened between them.

Mukesh Ambani ahead of other 100 Indian billionaires

There are nearly 20 people of Indian-origin who have made fortunes in various nations across the world, led by UK-based Hinduja brothers ranked 64th with $15.4 billion net worth, Indian-born tycoon Pallonji Mistry, who controls the 152-year-old Mumbai-headquartered engineering giant Shapoorji Pallonji Group at the 77th spot with $14.3 billion net worth and petrochemicals major Indorama co-founder Sri Prakash Lohia at the 288th spot with $ 5.4 billion net worth.

Plant trees for Incessant Water in the #Narmada

It is important to plant saplings on both the banks of the river Narmada and to protect and develop them to ensure unending flow in the Narmada.

World Water Day and significance of celebrating "Namami Devi Narmade" - #chouhanshivraj

A lot of importance has been given to water in Indian culture and the world needs to learn from us. In Hindu tradition, we believe our entire life is based on water; from birth to death, we also use water for all our ceremonies.

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There are nearly 20 people of Indian-origin who have made fortunes in various nations across the world, led by UK-based Hinduja brothers ranked 64th with $15.4 billion net worth, Indian-born tycoon Pallonji Mistry, who controls the 152-year-old Mumbai-headquartered engineering giant Shapoorji Pallonji Group at the 77th spot with $14.3 billion net worth and petrochemicals major Indorama co-founder Sri Prakash Lohia at the 288th spot with $ 5.4 billion net worth.
Politics
He met Uttarakhand Governor KK Paul, claims support of 57 MLAs to form government. Rawat, an organisational man of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Uttarakhand and party in-charge in Jharkhand, won his traditional Doiwala seat by defeating Congress' Hira Singh Bisht by over 24,000 votes.
Sports
All possible efforts will be made at government level to provide good coaches and resources to refine local talent. He said that MLA is entitle for praise and compliments for organising local game like Kabaddi. He announced for construction of indoor stadium for Kabaddi in Sirmore.
Tourism
Tiger is constantly preying for cattle. Wildlife doctor Dr. Akhilesh Mishra caught the tiger with the help of elephants and tranquilising it. The tiger was also treated for light scratches found on its body.
Business
Founder and ace investor Radhakishan S Damani, who owns 82 per cent stake in the company, saw the value of his holding soar to Rs 32,790 crore, leapfrogging in the country's billionaire list and even surpassing stalwarts like Rahul Bajaj and Anil Ambani.
Bureaucracy
State government has handed over additional charge of the vacant post of Inspector General of Police Administration in the Police Headquarters to Indian Police Service officer D. Srinivas Verma along with his current duty as Inspector General of Police, AAV Police Headquarters
Crime
Uttar Pradesh Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS) claimed that the suspected terrorist belonged to ISIS Khorasan module. The cops used chilli bombs and stun grenades to flush out militant hiding in a rented apartment.
Education
The state government has taken a decision to make National Flag hoisting mandatory everyday in all the middle, high and higher secondary schools of the state. The School Education department has issued directives in this regard.
Entertainment
Interestingly, before the news of the fight hit headlines, Kapil Sharma made a sudden announcement about his girlfriend Ginni, and that’s now being seen as a preventive measure to deflect negative
General
Easy availability of irrigation, power and other agriculture resources for the farmer has resulted in bumper rise in agricultural production in the Madhya Pradesh.
Media
This elevation is in line with our commitment to growth. His skills and wide experience will surely help iTV Network reach the next level of growth. Over the course of time, Varun has played a more central role in the leadership of the company and with his elevation to CEO, iTV Network; he will take on an even wider role."