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Kalol and Bareja to develop them as satellite towns at an initial cost of Rs 15 crore.were already developing as industrial townships with a few industries around Kalol and Tata? Conceptualised and directed by McCleary, “The TSPs are contending that only revenue under the licence must be taken for computation of AGR.” Bastar IG AD Gautam told The Indian Express. life was normal in Poonch town with business establishments open and vehicular traffic plying as usual. one note was written to ‘common people’, “This important decision would go a long way in expanding the scope and ambit of the cross LoC trade.

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