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Moroccos National Phosphate Company Ramps Up Production to Meet Demand

Rabat – Morocco’s national company for the mining of phosphate, OCP, has been planning for an elevation in demand for phosphate-enhanced fertilizer as the world population increases by more than 53 percent by the year 2050, according to an article by Alyaoum24. The extra provisions will double the company’s mining capabilities. OCP, which also participates in Meknes’ International Exhibition of Agriculture, said the firm was one of the first African companies interested in reducing the carbon footprint from its activities by reducing its emissions of polluting gases and adopting an environmentally responsible way to manage waste. In 2014, the Moroccan company recycled more than 19 tons of metal waste. OCP’s strategy to improve its operational use of water includes the firm’s desalination plant Jorf Lasfar and initiatives in many Moroccan cities.The company said its plans to continue green practices correspond with King Mohammed VI’s Green Morocco program, which employs farmers in the kingdom and other African countries through its soil study, which has gathered 26,000 samples from 6.8 million hectares of land to evaluate the farmland’s fertilizer needs.Mostafa Terrab, CEO of the OCP, said earlier this year that his company would be the world’s largest producer of fertilizers by the year 2017 as result of contributions from four new complexes tasked with creating the product essential for the world’s agriculture industry.Morocco holds nearly 75 percent of the world’s phosphate reserves, according to the United States Geological Survey.ONP was founded in the year 1920 and its managers run operations from Casablanca. read more

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UN urges increased social spending in AsiaPacific to sustain robust economic growth

“Governments must embrace this opportunity to secure the gains of the economic rebound by investing in social programmes that directly benefit people hardest hit by the crisis, act to reduce poverty, and create a more sustainable economy,” said Noeleen Heyzer, Under Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), when she launched the report in Bangkok.The Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific 2010 report, an annual publication of ESCAP, provides governments in the Asia-Pacific region, where 62 per cent of the world’s population live with a road map towards a more inclusive and sustainable development path.According to the survey, even at the height of the economic crisis, Asia and the Pacific was still the fastest-growing region in the world, a trend supported mainly by fiscal stimulus packages made available by the region’s biggest economies.The economic growth outlook for 2010 has improved significantly, with the region’s developing economies forecast to expand by seven per cent. China will be ahead of the pack with 9.5 per cent growth followed by India’s 8.3 per cent, according to the report.The survey, however, points out that rising inflationary pressures, especially concerning food products, and asset price bubbles in a number of countries make 2010 a complex year for policy makers who will have to balance sustaining the momentum of growth with financial stability.While monetary tightening measures may be necessary to restrain inflationary pressures, policymakers must be cautious about withdrawing fiscal stimulus packages lest the fledgling recovery process is disrupted, according to the report.It also recommends the use of capital controls to moderate short-term capital inflows – the result of a massive expansion of liquidity in Western countries – which have created asset bubbles, inflationary pressures and exchange rate increases in the region’s developing economies.“We know from experience following the 1997 Asian financial crisis that it may be years before the poorest people are able to recover from the past two year’s global crisis; governments need to maintain programmes to help people recover their assets and livelihoods,” Dr. Heyzer added.According to the survey, a sustained, long-term development for all economies within the region will have to rely on creating new engines of growth by rebalancing the region with greater regional consumption through increased intra-regional trade, accelerating the development of an Asia-Pacific consumer market.“This is the moment when the Asia-Pacific region can assure the long-term benefits of the recovery by creating a sustainable, inter-connected, greener, regional economy, while reducing the social and economic disparities which left it vulnerable to such [a] crisis,” said Dr Heyzer. “The region has the opportunity to strengthen its economy, its environment, its society, and better connect itself,” she added.The report makes a number of regional policy recommendations for inclusive and sustainable growth, such as strengthening social protection and enhancing financial inclusion.Increased social spending would directly support income security for households by providing food security, education and access to health care, reducing the need by poorer families to maintain precautionary savings to protect against adversity. These families would then be able to contribute more to local economies and invest more in their own development, the report notes.“The region has close to one billion people living in poverty at this very moment. The more people we lift out of poverty today, the larger consumer class and developed markets we create for the future,” said Dr. Heyzer.Jomo Kwame Sundaram, UN Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Development, said Asian and Pacific countries also needed to invest more on the improvement of their infrastructures..He noted that more social spending should go to programmes aimed at boosting food production and to projects that promoted the use of environmentally-friendly technologies..Mr. Sundaram also called for initiatives that promoted “financial inclusion” to ensure that poorer people were benefiting from the economic growth. Microcredit lending schemes would help make capital available to the poor, he told reporters in New York. 6 May 2010Governments in Asia and the Pacific should raise spending on social programmes to sustain the region’s robust economic recovery and ensure that the benefits of the revived growth trickle down to people most affected by the global financial crisis, according to a United Nations report released today. read more

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Sri Lankan navy ships in Visakhapatnam for war games

The exercise will commence with a harbour phase during which the participating navies will engage in professional, cultural and social interactions.The harbour phase will be followed by the sea phase which will commence on September 11. Sri Lankan naval ships Sayura and Sagara entered Visakhapatnam harbour on Thursday to participate in the fifth edition of SLINEX 2017, a bilateral naval exercise between India and Sri Lanka, from September 7 to 14, Deccan Chronicle reported.The exercise will be conducted in two phases, with the harbour phase from September 7 to 10 at Visakhapatnam and the sea phase that will be from September 11 to 14 in the Bay of Bengal. The sea phase will include complex operations including anti-piracy exercises, gun firings, cross-deck helicopter operations and anti-surface exercises.SLINEX series of bilateral maritime exercises were initiated in 2005. Over the years they have helped the two navies to understand each other’s procedures and enhance inter-operability.The benefits of operational interactions under the aegis of SLINEX are clearly visible as both the navies today have an improved and steadfast understanding. SLINEX 17 will further enhance the capability of the two navies to work together at sea and contribute towards maritime security in the region. (Colombo Gazette) The two Sri Lankan naval ships Sayura and Sagara are Indian built Off-shore Patrol Vessels. From the Inian side, INS Gharial, an amphibious ship, INS Kora, a missile corvette  and Chetak helicopter will be participating in the war games on behalf of the Eastern Fleet. read more

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January new car preregistration figures

Today, SMMT released figures for January pre-registrations in the UK new car market. The data shows the number of cars disposed of by vehicle manufacturers in January 2016 that were defined as pre-registrations.CLICK HERE: Download the January 2016 release.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)

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Isis has blown up the mosque where its own leader declared himself

first_img 17 Comments 20,528 Views Thursday 22 Jun 2017, 6:57 AM Mosul has been the scene of ferocious fighting. Source: Alexandra HowlandThe “Hadba” was completed in 1172 and had distinctive ornamental bands of brickwork wrapping around its cylindrical shaft. It started listing centuries ago and has long been considered an endangered monument.The minaret, with its unmistakeable shape, was the symbol of the city and featured in many local shops signs and advertisements. It gave its name to countless restaurants, companies and sports clubs.When IS imposed its tyrannic brand of sharia, or Islamic law, in the early stages of its “caliphate”, it destroyed several key heritage sites in Mosul, including the main museum and shrines to Jonah and Seth.It reportedly rigged the “Hadba”, which it sees as the subject of a cult that transgresses its own regressive and ultra-conservative brand of Islam, but had been prevented from blowing it up by the local population.Foretold disaster“The minaret of Al-Hadba has been here forever, it is part of the history of Mosul, it is the symbol of the city,” Ahmed Thilij Hamed, a 49-year-old resident of a neighbourhood near the Old City, told AFP on Monday.It had become clear to most in Mosul that IS would not give up its last redoubt in the city without destroying landmarks whose capture by the Iraqi forces would have dealt them a massive symbolic blow.“When the minaret is destroyed, it will be the final blow to Mosul’s heritage because all the other landmarks are gone,” Hamed said. “I will be very sorry, I cannot imagine such a moment.”Staff Lieutenant General Abdulwahab al-Saadi, one of the top commanders of the Counter-Terrorism Service that has spearheaded the fighting against IS, explained why he thought the Nuri mosque and nearby “Al-Hadba” would almost inevitably be destroyed.“The mosque has some symbolism for the terrorist gangs, being the mosque where Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi gave his first sermon” as IS leader, he told AFP on Monday from his command post on the edge of Mosul.“Perhaps they won’t want to leave this place that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi took to the security forces and maybe they’ll send a message accusing Iraqi units of of destroying them,” he predicted.The US-led coalition which carries out daily air strikes and has advisers on the ground supporting the Mosul operation condemned the destruction.“This is a crime against the people of Mosul and all of Iraq, and is an example of why this brutal organisation must be annihilated,” said Major General Joseph Martin.- © AFP 2017Read: Constable charged with having indecent images of children is dismissed from Met PoliceRead: Prime Minister demands ‘immediate answers’ as forest fires continue to rage in Portugal Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Jun 22nd 2017, 6:57 AM Share7 Tweet Email JIHADISTS YESTERDAY BLEW up Mosul’s iconic, leaning minaret and the adjacent mosque where their leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in 2014 declared himself “caliph” in his only public appearance, Iraqi officials said.The Islamic State group swiftly issued a statement via its Amaq propaganda agency blaming a US strike, but the US-led coalition condemned the destruction as a crime against “the people of Mosul and all of Iraq”.Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said the destruction of the sites was “an official declaration of defeat” from the jihadists in the eight-month-old battle for Mosul.“Our forces were advancing toward their targets deep in the Old City and when they got to within 50 metres of the Nuri mosque, Daesh (IS) committed another historical crime by blowing up the Nuri mosque and the Hadba” mosque, Staff Lieutenant General Abdulamir Yarallah, the overall commander of the Mosul offensive, said in a statement.The destruction of two of Mosul’s best-known landmarks comes on the fourth day of an Iraqi offensive backed by the US-led coalition to take the Old City, where holdout jihadists are making a bloody last stand.It adds to a long list of Iraqi heritage sites and monuments the jihadist organisation has destroyed in Iraq and Syria since Baghdadi created his “caliphate” straddling both countries, almost exactly three years ago.IS proclaimed its self-styled “caliphate” in June 2014, after sweeping across Iraq’s Sunni Arab heartland, an unprecedented experiment in jihadist statehood.The Iraq-born Baghdadi appeared at the Nuri mosque in Mosul, Iraq’s second city, days later to declare himself “caliph” and urge the world’s Muslims to move in.It remains the last public appearance to date for the jihadist supremo, whose fate and whereabouts are currently unclear and whose “state” has been shrinking for two years.‘Iraq’s Tower of Pisa’Iraqi forces on Sunday launched an assault on the Old City of Mosul, eight months into a huge offensive to take back the northern city from the jihadists, who had made it their de facto Iraqi capital.The ancient minaret known as “Al-Hadba” (Hunchback) lies next to the Nuri mosque and was the most loved and recognisable landmark in Mosul, sometimes referred to as Iraq’s Tower of Pisa.center_img By AFP Image: Xinhua News Agency/PA Images Image: Xinhua News Agency/PA Images https://jrnl.ie/3457035 Short URL Isis has blown up the mosque where its own leader declared himself ‘caliph’ Jihadists also destroyed an iconic, leaning minaret. last_img read more

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Man who raped exwife in dungeon jailed for 13 years

first_img Jun 23rd 2017, 4:27 PM By Órla Ryan Friday 23 Jun 2017, 4:27 PM Short URL http://jrnl.ie/3460697 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 17 Comments Share116 Tweet Email File photo Source: Shutterstock/YAKOBCHUK VIACHESLAVWarning: Some readers may find aspects of this case distressingA MAN WHO kidnapped his ex-wife, tied her up and raped her in a hidden ‘dungeon’ in London has today been jailed for 13 years.The man was found guilty following a retrial in what is a rare ‘victimless prosecution’ for rape – where the trial was held without the woman’s testimonial – following an investigation by detectives from the Metropolitan Police Service.Following the retrial at Snaresbrook Crown Court, the man was found guilty yesterday of two counts of rape, kidnap and false imprisonment and was sentenced to a total of 13 years’ imprisonment.The offences took place at a premises in Hackney on 15 October 2014. The court heard that the victim had arranged to meet her ex-husband so she could take her granddaughter out. Once at the venue, he sprayed her with a substance – believed to be mace – which left her unconscious.Police said he then bound her hands, feet and mouth before carrying her into a hidden office room. She was then dropped into the dungeon.Once there the defendant cut off the victim’s clothes and raped her twice. She was then left alone, before eventually cutting herself free and calling police.Pressure from family The 999 call, lasting over 20 minutes, was played to the court during the trial. Officers who came to the woman’s aid had to call for further assistance in order to break into the premises.Once inside they could hear the victim screaming and found her in a distressed state in the dungeon, which had been heavily concealed. Access was from a small hatch concealed within the base of wardrobe.The victim was interviewed by specially trained detectives. Officers believe she came under significant pressure from family members to withdraw the allegations, however legislation enabled prosecutors to continue the trial without her testimonial.During the retrial, the defendant did not give evidence.Detective Inspector Neil Rawlinson of the Met’s Sexual Offences, Exploitation and Child Abuse (SOECA) Command, said: “It is important to note that the victim in this case was fully engaged throughout the police investigation but at the point of the original trial, felt unable to attend.Due to the overwhelming evidence gathered by my officers, which supported all aspects of the victims account, the CPS (Crown Prosecution Service) agreed to proceed with the trial without the victim – something which is extremely rare for rape. My officers worked tirelessly with forensic experts to gather and present the best evidence possible, with their tenacity being reflected in this outstanding outcome at court.“Offenders often exert power and control to silence their victims but this sentence shows that we can give scared victims a voice and bring offenders to justice despite their perceived power. I would urge anyone who has been the victim of sexual assault to report it to police – we can provide specially trained officers to support victims and obtain the best evidence possible.”A second defendant, Steven Hill, 53, was found not guilty of rape and false imprisonment at the original trial. The jury was unable to reach a decision on one charge of kidnap, for which he stood trial again. He was subsequently found not guilty of kidnap yesterday.Read: North Korea says it is the ‘biggest victim’ in US student’s deathRead: Man sentenced to life imprisonment for murdering his partner’s two-year-old son Man who raped ex-wife in dungeon jailed for 13 years Police officers believe the woman came under significant pressure from family members to withdraw the allegations. 34,015 Views last_img read more

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Mario Replaces the Google Maps Arrow for National Mario Day

first_imgDid you know there’s a holiday dedicated to Super Mario? That’s right! Everyone’s favorite plumber gets his own day to shine on March 10 (MAR10). To celebrate the occassion, Google and Nintendo have teamed up to give fans of the Italian plumber something truly special. Starting today, the arrow in Google Maps will be replaced by a kart-riding Mario. If there’s a sudden spike in people going outdoors this weekend, now you know why.Getting Mario to show you where to go is easy. You’ll need to update your app from either the Google Play or the App Store. After that, you’ll have to click on the yellow “?” icon located on the bottom right of your Google Maps app. Once this is done, you’ll get a prompt to enable “Mario Time.” After that’s turned on, you’ll see that the navigation arrow has been replaced by Mario. Google encourages all users to practice safe driving while out on the road. You don’t want to get into an accident because you were too busy staring at Mario riding his little kart.Mario will be your Google Maps guide from now to March 17. If you’re so inclined, you can share screenshots of your route and share it on Twitter and Instagram by tagging @GoogleMaps with the hashtag #MarioMaps. Make sure not to post any personal details like where you live or work. Mario won’t be there to rescue you from any crazy stalkers. Post responsibly, people!Do any other Nintendo characters have holidays? If so, I’d like to see icons like Link, Samus, Donkey Kong, and more get turned into the Google Maps arrow. Or… perhaps Nintendo and Google should make this into an official app? Having something so cool be related to just a week seems like a crime. I’m just saying, Nintendo. It’s something to consider.last_img read more

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Gian Piero Ventura speaks for the first time

first_imgThe former Italian national team manager was presented with Lega Serie A club Chievo Verona and talks about his motivation for taking this jobGian Piero Ventura has managed teams since 1976. He knows most of the Italian Lega Serie A clubs.He even managed to coach Italy from 2016 to 2017.And now, he’s been selected to be the new Chievo Verona boss.Juventus and Bayern Munich chasing Ibrahim Karamoko Taimoor Khan – June 26, 2019 Ibrahim Karamoko is getting a lot of attention from the likes of Juventus and Bayern Munich following some excellent displays for Chievo Verona.Aged just…“I have a ferocious desire to start again. It wasn’t hard to say yes to Campedelli, I know this isn’t an easy challenge but I have a lot of adrenaline,” he told Gianluca Di Marzio.“I live this beginning with the enthusiasm of a child. Will we use a three-man defense? It’s possible, we’ll try to find the formation that gets the most out of the players”“After a defeat, it wasn’t possible to keep going with my work. Too bad, now I look forward. I have a big regret since I wasn’t able to do what I set out to do,” he answered when he was questioned about his time managing the national team.last_img read more

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Digicel NBA Youth Jumpstart Clinic

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 16 Sept 2015 – Digicel & NBA Youth Jumpstart Clinic was a two-day event in Provo, which started on Monday. The official opening and press conference was held on Sunday at the Graceway Sports Centre in Providenciales.Two NBA coaches from the league’s International Basketball Operations were in country, here to oversee the clinic which focused on player development, as well as developing local coaching expertise. Thanks to Digicel, the Turks & Caicos was one of six countries selected to host the clinic, which will return next year, according to Sports Minister Akierra Missick and perhaps take place on another island. Thousands without power in TCI Related Items:akierra missick, digicel, jumpstart clinic, nba Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Digicel T&T Donates Supplies to Anguilla and British Virgin Islands TCI Govt meets with Digicel and Carnival Cruise Lineslast_img read more

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Waterfront Renaissance Trail section has reopened

first_imgVancouver’s Waterfront Renaissance Trail reopened near Columbia Shores condominiums Tuesday. The section of the trail along the Columbia River had been flooded since late last month.On June 20, the river levels receded below flood levels for the first time this month. The National Weather Service predicts that the river levels will slowly drop and stay at normal levels for the rest of this week and into the next. Crews finished working Tuesday clearing mud and reported no damage to the trail. Grant Eells, who comes to walk on the trail often, said that he was happy the section was opened. “I had to go around,” Eells said. The section closure changed a lot of people’s normal course.Danielle Colwell and Molly Smith, both of Camas, normally don’t walk on the trail but came to “escape school” and enjoy the weather. “It’s a gorgeous day,” Colwell said. A section of the trail near Tidewater Cove is still closed due to extensive damage from the flooding. There is a detour set up near Columbia Way for those using that portion of the trail. Jane Kleiner, an official with Vancouver-Clark Parks and Recreation, said crews are still assessing the level of the damage and are unsure of when it will be opened for the public.last_img read more

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Sohan Roys Aickarakkonathe Bhishaguaranmaar nominated for Rome Independent Prisma Awards

first_imgAickarakkonathe BhishaguaranmaarPR HandoutSohan Roy’s Aickarakkonathe Bhishaguaranmaar has been nominated for Rome Independent Prisma Awards. It has become the first Indian movie to get this rare honour.Rome Independent Prisma Awards is a monthly award ceremony. Its winner will be declared on April 4, 2019 and awards will be distributed in 20 categories like Best Feature Film, Best Director etc. There is no need of multiple submission for film to compete in different categories. One submission is valid for all the 20 awards.Aickarakkonathe Bhishaguaranmaar is the only Indian movie selected for the Rome Independent Prisma Film Festival in Italy. The makers of the movie are hoping that it will win some honours in the award ceremony.Aickarakkonathe Bhishaguaranmaar is the second Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) movie initiative by UAE-based Aries Group. Movie develops from the basic thread of picturizing the life of common people in a village named Aickarakkonam. It emphasises on the 5,000-year-old system of natural healing called Ayurveda which is enjoying a major resurgence in both its native land and all over the world.Besides the theme, Aickarakkonathe Bhishaguaranmaar utilized 100% of its revenue for flood relief and rehabilitation activities in Kerala, which witnessed one of the worst natural disasters in the history of the state recently, and for the support those in the film industry, who were affected by the floods.Aickarakkonathe Bhishaguaranmaar, which features 175 new faces, is a complete family entertainer has become the year’s first Indian feature movie to view for Oscar 2019 and to be nominated.Aickarakkonathe Bhishaguaranmaar has been directed by Biju Majeed and produced by Abhini Sohan under the banner of Aries Telecasting PVT LTD. Project Designer, Lyrics -Sohan Roy Story, Screenplay, Dialogue: K. Shibu Raj, Co-Production-Prabhiraj Natarajan Camera: P.C Lal Editing: Johnson Iringol Music Director: Biju Ram Production Controller- Anil Angamaly Stills- Saji Aleena, P.R.O- A.S Dinesh.Sohan Roy is the founder of Aries Telecasting Private Limited and had produced its first CSR movie Jalam which was accepted by the audience well. His second CSR movie Aickarakonathe Bhishaguaranmaar was also shortlisted for Oscars. He is also into making big budget movies to uplift Indian movies to Hollywood standard with his $10 billion project Indywood.last_img read more

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Alleged gunfights kill 2 more

first_imgProthom Alo IllustrationTwo more suspected drug traders were killed in separate incidents of what the law enforcement calls gunfights in Kushtia and Mymensingh early Monday, reports UNB.In Kushtia, Shahar Ali, 38, son of Monwar Box of Mazampur, and an accused in several drug-related cases, was killed in a reported gunfight with police at Haripur Sheikh Russell Link Road Bridge in the district town around 2:00am.Tipped off that a gang of drug traders gathered under the bridge, a team of police conducted a drive there, said Atiqur Rahman, a sub-inspector (SI) at Kushtia model police station.Sensing presence of the law enforcers, the ‘drug traders’ opened fire on them forcing them to fire back in self-defence, the SI added.After the gunfight, police recovered the bodies of Shahar along with a shooter gun, three bullets and 600 yaba pills from the spot, he claimed.Five policemen were also injured, said the SI.In Mymensingh, Noman Khan, 45, an accused in several drug cases, was killed in a reported gunfight with police in Raghunampur area of Sadar upazila around 1:45am.Two policemen were also injured during the gunfight, said Mahmudul Islam, officer-in-charge of Kotwali police station.Prothom Alo, however, could not verify the law enforcement’s version of the incident independently as no version of it was available immediately either from any witness or from any member of the victim’s family.With the latest deaths, at least 139 people were killed in ‘gunfights’ with members of law enforcement agencies while 37 bodies of suspected drug traders were recovered after reported gun battles between rival groups during the countrywide anti-narcotic drives since 15 May.last_img read more

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BSE surveillance Jet Airways shares circuit limit tweaked

first_imgLeading stock exchange BSE on Tuesday revised the permissible daily trading limit for shares of Jet Airways and 19 other companies, as part of a surveillance action.The new limits, which ensure that stock prices do not go up or down beyond a level during a trading session, will be effective from Wednesday. In a circular, BSE said the price of Jet Airways cannot change by more than 10 per cent in a day. The stock price of Jet Airways has spurted by 48 per cent in the last five trading sessions. The company’s shares on Tuesday closed at Rs 376.95 apiece on the BSE, up 8.29 per cent.last_img read more

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