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Jharkhand: Sniffer dog dies in IED blast in anti-naxal operations in Latehar; buried with full state honours

A female sniffer dog of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) died after an IED laid down by Maoists went off at the time she detected it. Her handler sustained minor injuries. The incident occurred during a combing operation launched by the CRPF and the district police teams in Burha Pahari area of Jharkhand’s Latehar district on Tuesday afternoon. The slain canine was buried amid full state honours in Latehar.

India Art Festival at New Delhi #finearts #paintings #sculptor

Rajendra, Founder & Managing Director -India Art Festival cordially invites you for its Second edition in Delhi.

The festival has been annually happening in Mumbai from past 6 years. One edition that happened in South Korea.

This edition will showcase 400 Artists and about 35 Art Galleries, almost 4000 artworks on display.

India Art Festival – 19th – 22nd Jan. 2017

VIP Opening 19th Jan. 2017
Time: 12:30 .PM Lamp Lighting
2 P.M – 8 P.M VIP Preview

Guest of Honours for the Lamp Lighting on the 19th Jan. 2017

Hon. Shri Vijay Goel, Union Minister of Youth, Affairs and Sports (Independent Charge)
Padmabhushan Ram Sutar, Eminent Artist
Shri Jatin Das, Eminent Artist
Smt. Deepa Chandra, Additional Director General, Doordarshan
Shri Divesh Nath, Editor & Publisher, Delhi Press Magazine
Ms Tara Roy, Managing Director, Mojarto an NDTV Venture

Other Days Public Hours 11 AM – 7 30 P.M

Venue: Thyagaraj Stadium, INA Colony, New Delhi

Budget 2017: Power Ministry wants tax sops booster for ‘ongoing’ hydel projects

With an aim to generate more electricity from clean energy sources, chiefly the hydropower sector, Ministry of Power has sought concessions for under-construction hydel projects in the upcoming Union Budget for 2017-18. This includes the clubbing of these projects under the ‘renewable energy’ category, alongside solar and wind projects, which entitles these projects to sharply lower tax rates. A proposal for deemed export status has also been sought for hydro projects, in line with the proposed status for solar power units and a demand for a zero-rated supply status for the hydro sector, which is likely to involve a tax shortfall of Rs 880 crore over five years, according to The Indian Express report.

Chinese troops can reach Delhi in 48 hours, claims TV channel, gets trolled on Twitter

A Chinese state TV channel on Tuesday proudly proclaimed that it would take China’s motorised troops just 48 hours to reach Delhi. And while this, not the first ridiculous statement to have come from the often hostile neighbours, it is as specific as one could get. Experts believe that the statement is logically incorrect and by no means can the motorised troops reach Delhi in 48 hours, considering the terrain and the Indian forces to counter them.

Vodafone takes on Reliance Jio: Users to get 4GB data for the price of 1GB; find out what else it is offering

Vodafone has toughened the tariff wars by announcing offers worth four times the normal, for its SuperNet 4G customers. The network provider claimed to have reached 200 million customers and is celebrating by introducing such offers. In the new offer, any user who buys the 1GB data pack for Rs 250, will now get 4GB data with a validity of 28 days. Additionally, Vodafone will also give 22GB of data when you recharge your number with Rs 999. For that price, earlier customers could get only 10GB of 4G data. This new offer can be availed in all regions where the company offers its 4G services.

Cash-burn crisis: Snapdeal loss more than twice revenue at Rs 3,315 cr, nears snapping point

E-retailer Snapdeal notched up losses that were more than twice its revenues last year, a sign of how much cash is being burnt in the sector. Losses of Jasper Infotech – the holding company in which Snapdeal is housed – ballooned to R3,315 crore in 2015-16, while revenues came in at R1,506.8 crore, a filing with the registrar of companies showed. Revenues from operations were just R1214.3 crore.