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Delhi Air Quality Continues To Remain In Very Poor Category

An AQI between 0-50 is marked good, 51-100 is satisfactory, 101- 200 is moderate, 201- 300 is poor, 301-400 is very poor and 401-500 is considered severe.

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Nabard's Serving, Retired Staff Stage Protest Over Pension Issues

Nabard was carved out of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in 1981, by replacing three of its departments --Agricultural Credit Department (ACD), Rural Planning and Credit Department (RPCD) and Agricultural Refinance and Development Department (ARDC).

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5,000 Clusters Can Be Started Under SFURTI Scheme: Gadkari

Under the scheme, it provides support for creating infrastructure through Common Facility Centres, procurement of new machineries, creating raw material banks and improved packaging.

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PM Oli Calls For Security Council Meeting Amid Political Crisis In Nepal

The latest round of meeting of Security Council meeting collides with the time when the Supreme Court is preparing to start delivering its verdict over a dozen cases challenging Oli's move to dissolve the parliament.

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Kejriwal Wants Farmers To Commit Suicide, Alleges BJP's Meenakshi Lekhi

The BJP leader reiterated that Kejriwal wishes that the farmer keeps committing suicide, should never get a better price for their crops and their condition continue to worsen.

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Mamata Unlikely To Attend PM Modi's Programme In Bengal Today

PM Modi will also inaugurate the third line between Kalaikunda and Jhargram over a stretch of 30 km of the 132 km long Kharagpur-Adityapur Third Line Project of South Eastern Railway, which was sanctioned at an estimated cost of Rs 1,312 crore.

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West Bengal Made Up Its Mind For 'Poriborton' : PM Modi

The two newly built stations namely Baranagar and Dakshineswar have modern passenger amenities and are also aesthetically designed and decorated with murals, photographs, sculptures and idols.

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British Airways Owner IAG Says Pensions Deal, Loan Help Boosts Liquidity

Shares in IAG are trading down 55% from where they were this time last year, but news of the extra liquidity helped them rise 1.1% to 167 pence in early trading on Monday, in line with Britain's blue-chip index.

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Biden To Revise Small Business Loans To Reach Smaller, Minority Firms, Says Official

The program was re-launched on Jan. 19 with $284 billion in new funds from a coronavirus aid bill passed at the end of December, and a Biden administration official said about $150 billion of PPP money is still available.

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Liberty Steel Ties Up With European Firms To Build France's First Hydrogen-Based Steel Plant

While Paul Wurth is a Luxembourg-based engineering company providing technology for the global iron making industry, SHS -Stahl-Holding-Saar of Germany is an operations management company.

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Farm laws designed to give agriculture business to PM Modi's friends: Rahul Gandhi

Gandhi further remarked that the agriculture business, unlike other businesses, belonged to 'Bharat Maata' and a handful of people want to control this business and do not want it to be controlled by 40 per cent of the Indian population.

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India Bond Yields Surge, Market Expects More RBI Intervention

Traders are expecting the RBI to not roll over the variable rate reserve repo auction this week to prompt buying of bonds instead of parking funds with the RBI.

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IMA Seeks Explanation From Union Health Minister For Promoting Patanjali's Coronil

IMA in the statement also said that it will write to National Medical Commission for seeking Suo moto explanation for the blatant disrespect to the code of conduct of the Medical Council of India.

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Malaysia's AirAsia Group Expects Fundraising Clarity Next Month, Eyes Recovery By 2023

AirAsia has raised 250 million ringgit from the first tranche of a recent private placement of up to 20% of its total issued shares, that was completed last week.

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MEA To Hold 3-Day Conference On Geoeconomics Coming Weekend

Bambawale said the conference is not India-focused and its objective is on how countries can work together along with multilateral institutions to tackle the pandemic-induced economic slowdown.

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