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As per initial estimates, the capital expenditure for GUN is estimated to around Rs 4,942 crore and operational expense (opex) of Rs 2,472 crore per annum will be required.
BBNL has concluded barely a fraction of the countrywide cable rollout due to continuing delays faced by BSNL in finalising tenders for cable laying.
The Sunni tribes of Anbar and other areas drove al-Qaida-linked militants out of the area seven years ago with U.S. military help.
One of Deutsche Bank\'s co-heads, has been charged with attempted fraud linked to the bank\'s long-running legal battle with the Kirch media group.
\"You said Indian media are asking this question but I believe that this may be a wild guess,\" Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying said.
The price tag was seen as high, especially considering that orders for Dresser-Rand\'s oil and gas products and services slumped last year.
In China, signs of a weakening labour market reinforced expectations that authorities in Beijing would further relax financing conditions in coming weeks.
\"In broadband connectivity, we have a deficit. NOFN is in limbo. We have to ensure broadband to reach at gram panchayat level,\" said Prasad.
Manuel Valls said his country was making progress on economic reforms & that German comments on lack of growth in France were a \'caricature\'.
China\'s Trade Minister Gao Hucheng is worried about Japan\'s falling direct investment in China, Japanese business executives who met Gao said .
Germany is not responsible for France\'s economic problems and is not duty-bound to solve them either, head of Germany\'s main industry lobby said.
Sales at market leader Tesco fell 4.5 percent, taking its market share down to 28.8 percent from 30.2 percent in the same period last year.
The US announced the strikes hours before Obama was due to arrive in New York for three days of talks with foreign leaders at the annual United Nations General Assembly.
Most of the 30 fighters killed in the strikes west of the second city Aleppo were foreigners, and the civilians included three children and one woman.
Most of the 30 fighters killed in the strikes west of the second city Aleppo were foreigners, and the civilians included three children and one woman.
The SC had on September 9 reserved its order to decide the fate of 218 coal block allocations held as illegal.
Eurozone survey signals waning growth  (23 September 03:48 pm) 
In its monthly survey, financial information company Markit said its purchasing managers\' index for the eurozone fell to a nine-month low of 52.3.
In its monthly survey, financial information company Markit said its purchasing managers\' index for the eurozone fell to a nine-month low of 52.3.
Innovation, new ideas need of the hour: Naidu  (23 September 03:48 pm) 
Venkaiah Naidu said, \"The biggest challenge is to get best out of abundance of \"human resources\" available, as we seek to reinvent ourselves.\"
Sensex slips over 400 pts | Modi\'s US visit may trigger bull runTracking the momentum, the 50-share Nifty index also slipped below its crucial 8,050-mark; in line with the muted trend in Asian
French business activity slowed again in September amid weakness in the key service sector, two surveys showed on Tuesday.
Would US have right of hot pursuit in Syria?  (23 September 05:47 pm) 
Obama has said repeatedly in recent days that US troops will advise Iraqi forces but will not be used for combat directly against the IS.
\'Fresh bill to be introduced to weed out old laws\'The newly constituted Committee will examine all Acts recommended to be repealed by the Committee on Review of Administrative Laws.
US and Arab allies hit Islamic State targets including training camps, headquarters and weapon supplies in northern and eastern Syria in dozens of air and missile strikes.
The strike over plans to expand the company\'s budget airline Transavia in Europe entered its ninth day at a cost of 20 million euros daily.