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  • Ammunition Market worth 21.98 Billion USD by 2021
    Factors, such as territorial conflicts, geopolitical tensions, and need of ammunition for personal safety and shooting sports, among others are the factors driving the growth of the global ammunition market during the forecast period.
    (Filed: Tue Mar 06 2018)
  • Lagos appeals for cooperation as Land Use Charge implementation begins
    Lagos State has begun the distribution of the 2018 Land Use Charge demand notices for properties across the state. The distribution which commenced last week ought to have been carried out much earlier in the year, but was delayed by a review of the Land Use Charge Act by the State House of Assembly. The review process entailed a repeal of the old law, public hearings and enactment of a replacement by the House of Assembly on January 28, before it was signed into law on February 8.
    (Filed: Mon Feb 26 2018)
  • War On Veterans Affairs
    Disabled Veteran who served on the Korean DMZ at 17 years of age is spearheading campaign with congress to bring awareness of deceptive practices within the VA still being perpetrated under the Trump Administration.
    (Filed: Sat Jan 20 2018)
  • SSC CHSL Bharti 2017, SSC CHSL Recruitment | notification 2017
    Board of CHSL Commission is going to announced a Bharti Notification to fill 6600 various posts of Postal Assistant, LDC, DEO. Every Person who are waiting for the SSC Combined 12th standard Level Vacancy are informing the CHSL SSC will declare the online official notification on October 2016.
    Company: online educaton
    (Filed: Thu Nov 02 2017)
  • Keller & Associates Wins $5.2 Million Award in Securities Fraud Suit
    HOUSTON – Keller & Associates, P.C. won a $5.2 million judgment in a case alleging that illegal market manipulation of an e-commerce site’s publicly traded stock enabled the defendants to reap millions of dollars in profits to the detriment of the company and unsuspecting public investors.
    Company: Ran, Mires, Clark and Associates Llc
    (Filed: Mon Jun 12 2017)
  • Free Petrol To Free Wifi: Big Promises In Little Goa
    The Congress has promised students five litres of free petrol per month (if they hold a valid driver’s license), the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has promised free Wi-Fi across the state and the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has promised 24×7 uninterrupted power and high-speed broadband internet as Goa prepares for its first three-cornered electoral battle.
    Company: indiaspend
    (Filed: Sat Feb 04 2017)
  • 1 Taxpayer Owes 11% of India’s Individual Income Tax (2014-15)
    An unnamed taxpayer owed the government Rs 21,870 crore for the assessment year 2014-15, which was 11% of income tax to be paid by all Indians, according to 2016 data, the latest available, from the Income Tax department.
    Company: indiaspend
    (Filed: Tue Jan 24 2017)
  • #Notebandi Frontlines: Small Stores Struggle To Survive, But Many Support Modi
    Mumbai: At noon, cars sped along the Bhiwandi-Wada road in Thane district, north of India’s commercial capital, past ‘Shree Swami Samarth’, a 100-square-foot shop selling cold drinks, fried snacks, pots and general provisions. Inside the three-walled pile of asbestos sheets, bricks and iron, 62-year-old Ambika Kumbhar, the store’s owner, sat next to a plastic cash box, alert, watching the trucks and cars hurtle by, hoping they would stop, as often as they once did.
    Company: indiaspend
    (Filed: Mon Jan 16 2017)
  • Modi Is Wrong: His Govt Changed Law On Foreign-Funding Of Political Parties
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi claimed on December 19, 2016, while addressing a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) rally in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, that his government has not changed “even a comma or a full stop” on laws that regulate funding of political parties.
    Company: indiaspend
    (Filed: Wed Dec 21 2016)
  • Onion Rates Halve, Farmers Have No Cash, Can’t Go Cashless
    Pimpalgaon/Lasalgaon, Nashik (Maharashtra): Prime Minister Narendra Modi would be happy with 26-year-old Deepak Patil, an onion farmer from the village of Valwadi in Malegaon Taluka, about 300 km north of Mumbai, India’s commercial capital.
    Company: indiaspend
    (Filed: Fri Dec 16 2016)
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