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Global Banking News-November 18, 2015--Fed official says shadow banking growth has been curtailed
IN A decision which is likely to increase tension between the Centre and the Aam Aadmi Party- led Delhi government, the state Assembly has moved a resolution against a Ministry of Home Affairs' notification that curtailed the powers of the state Anti- Corruption Bureau ( ACB).
The fare has been curtailed only Rs 3 from stop to stop while a whopping reduction in the prices of petroleum products to the tune of Rs 24 per liter has been made.
150,000 tonnes of the capacity is expected to be curtailed by end of 2012.
crude futures fell by $1 to Wednesday, on worries demand for crude could be curtailed after the U.
KAPILVASTU, April 24 -- It has been revealed that teachers' salaries were curtailed to welcome Minister of State for Industry Dan Bahadur Chaudhary during his visit in Kapilvastu district.
8 (ANI): Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that the perpetrators of the November 2008 Mumbai terror attacks were not Islamabad's friends, and that the activities of terror groups involved in such ghastly terror acts should be 'checked, curtailed and shut'.
Those that have curtailed file sharing with applications that limit or restrict bandwidth access
Production at the newsprint plant will be curtailed by 13,000 tonnes, affecting 600 jobs.
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE - F/A-22 Raptor flight tests have been temporarily curtailed at Edwards Air Force Base while investigators seek the cause of a crash in Nevada.
Consequently, the scope of mother's pensions, pensions for the blind, and old-age pensions, that were introduced by the states, was severely curtailed despite the efforts of social reformers to extend these benefits on a universal rather than selective basis.
Ironically, for all the talk of liberty and freedom from these politicians, most of things proposed would curtail rights: They either want to make moral decisions for others and impose them on the public through law or cut off access to redress through the courts for people who believe their freedom has been curtailed.