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Connaught Place restaurants face deficit after NDMC clampdown

10 Apr 2017 | By Mansi Motwani

Two months after the New Delhi Municipal Corporation (NMDC) lashed down on Connaught Place (CP) restaurants for running operations on the terrace, restaurants are facing harsh losses.

Several owners aren't even sure of keeping the places running as the NMDC is far from loosening its norms.

Some of these restaurants are Junkyard, Tamasha, Farzi Cafe etc.

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GurugramNew Rapid Metro route to include shuttle services beginning today

Gurugram's Rapid Metro is collaborating with Shuttl to initiate air-conditioned shuttle services on the new Phase-II network from today (10th April).

Air-conditioned buses will be available every 15 minutes between Monday to Saturday from 7am to 10pm.

The construction of the Phase-II route began in November 2013 and opened to the public on 31st March, 2017.

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PoliticsBan liquor in Delhi: Nitish Kumar to Arvind Kejriwal

On Sunday, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar advised Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, to ban liquor.

According to Kumar, the liquor ban in Bihar led to a transition in the society for the better and also improved people's lives.

Kumar supports the SC ban on liquor stores around national highways and believes campaigning for banning liquor is linked with the well-being of families.

CrimeRs. 15.75 cr worth demonetized currency seized by DRI

On Sunday, the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) seized demonetized currency worth Rs. 15.75crore from residential premises near Jhandewalan metro station.

Officials of the DRI had raided the premises on the basis of a tip-off; ten people were arrested.

According to an official, the accused dealt in real estate, jewellery and trading etc.

The accused may be fined up to Rs. 78.75crore.

ElectionsRajouri Garden bypoll attracts very less voters

Saturday's bypoll held in Delhi's Rajouri Garden assembly constituency drew very less voters.

The voters that were present to vote had numerous complaints about their locality being neglected in the last few years.

Parking, unauthorized construction, road maintenance, sanitation and sewerage were the issues they complained about.

Health and education were also listed as inefficient by some voters.

NCRDelhi-NCR could leave Mumbai behind as India's advertising capital

The Delhi-NCR (National Capital Region) could take Mumbai's place in the top bracket of India's advertising business.

A decade ago, Rs. 3,643crore was generated by Mumbai in advertising revenues across mediums of print, television and radio; the same year, Delhi-NCR generated 75% of the ad revenue produced by Mumbai.

In 2016, for the first time, Delhi-NCR's ad-revenue from TV News exceeded that of Mumbai.


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