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ONOV Gets Ready To Tackle Expected $60 Billion Green Technology Market Good Afternoon! ONOV has a portfolio of green technology products in three main areas:* energy safety and supply * food safety and supply * water safety and supply That’s an awfully good span in an industry expected to reach nearly $60 billion by 2019.That’s a lot of revenue and unsurprisingly, ONOV’s growth potential has already been seen by investors. I know this because in the last 12 months the company has reached as much as 20.10

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New Modern Buildwell partners Fashion TV for housing proj

The premier composite residential realty project under which f-Crown homes are being developed by NMBPL Buildwell with an investment of around Rs 1,000 crore and the work for the same has already started. Real estate firm New Modern Buildwell on Sunday announced its association with Fashion TV to develop a branded premium luxury residential project f-Crown here with an investment of Rs 1,000 crore.”f-Crown will offer world-class comfort, international standards and luxury living within the lush green surroundings of the 18 hole golf course of the Uttar Pradesh government approved and developed Hi-Tech township at Lucknow,” Founder and CMD, New Modern Buildwell Private Limited (NMBPL) P N Mishra told reporters.The premier composite residential realty project under which f-Crown homes are being developed by NMBPL Buildwell with an investment of around Rs 1,000 crore and the work for the same has already started

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Infosys gets govt nod for 3 more campuses in Bengaluru

The company would invest Rs 625 crore on its 10.4 acre campus at Konappana Agrahara-Dodda Tongur area, and promises to create 8,500 jobs, Siddaramaiah said. Karnataka government has cleared three major IT projects planned by Infosys to set up more campuses here at an investment of Rs 1,918 crore that would generate 27,000 jobs.”The IT major Infosys is going to invest 290 million US dollars (Rs 1,918 crore) on three campuses. One will be built at Electronic City and other two at Konappana Agrahara of Bengaluru South taluk,” Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said in a statement here

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PM's land ordinance decision at Niti Aayog's behest:Maha CM

“We are happy that Modi has accepted our request and decided that instead of re-promulgating the ordinance, states will be empowered to frame their own models,” Fadnavis said. After Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that the government will not re-promulgate the controversial Land Acquisition ordinance which expires tomorrow, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said here on Sunday that decision was taken at the NITI Ayog’s request.”At a recent NITI Aayog meeting, most chief ministers had demanded that due to the stalemate in Parliament over the Land Bill, critical infrastructure projects of states are getting delayed and so the Centre should empower states to enact their own land acquisition models,” Fadnavis told PTI.”We are happy that Modi has accepted our request and decided that instead of re-promulgating the ordinance, states will be empowered to frame their own models,” he said. Fadnavis said that the Maharashtra government has already decided to give highest compensation to farmers as compared to other states

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Global Economy Weekahead: China fears linger; focus on Fed

Fears over the health of the Chinese economy kept world markets on edge last week and China country will remain in focus, along with the question of whether the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates next month.Those concerns sent world stocks, commodities and currencies on a roller-coaster ride last week, and purchasing manager surveys due on Tuesday are expected to show manufacturing contracted during August in the world’s second-biggest economy.”China, the epicentre of the week’s moves, is set to remain in focus over the next week as markets attempt to assess whether the worst of the sell-off has been seen,” said Philip Shaw, chief economist at Investec.”Despite September lift-off seemingly now off the cards, the timing of the FOMC’s decision to raise interest rates thereafter remains data-dependent, hence Friday’s non-farm payrolls report will still be a release worth watching.”The case for raising rates in September now seems less compelling, Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley said last week, leading several large banks to push back expectations.”You are probably not getting it any clearer from a central banker than that,” said Harm Bandholz, chief US economist at UniCredit as he moved his call from September to December.Markets will therefore be watching business surveys, factory orders and trade data from the world’s largest economy as well as the employment numbers due on Friday.”The week finishes with non-farm payrolls for August, typically the biggest market mover globally, and definitely on the Fed’s radar given unemployment is already close to full employment and the Fed looking to gauge whether there is `some’ further labour market improvement,” economists at National Australia Bank said.A strong labour market, cheaper gasoline and higher home prices have boosted household wealth, helping to support consumer spending.The U.S. economy grew much faster than initially thought in the second quarter on solid domestic demand.

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Hardik Patel plans nation-wide pro-reservation agitation

Hardik Patel, the face of Patel quota stir in Gujarat, on Sunday announced plans for a nation-wide agitation seeking reservation for nearly “27 crore people” of various communities including Gujjars and Kurmis.The 22-year-old leader, who held a series of meeting with various community leaders here, said the reservation agitation “was a marathon and not a 100-metre race” and he intends to hold mega-rallies in different parts of the country to widen the stir.”Whatever has happened in Gujarat, we want to take it at the national level and there are (people of) around 12 states who are connected to us,” he said.Hardik had led a massive rally on August 25 to press for quota for Patidar community under OBC category in Ahmedabad.

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