HMIL MD and CEO SS Kim said the auto industry would not be impacted much even with vehicle prices going up due to adoption of new regulatory mechanisms.
Exports of leather and leather products have declined 7.55 per cent to USD 3.6 billion during April-December this fiscal.
Locusts also known as 'tiddi dal' is a group of short-horned grasshoppers which multiplies during migration from long distances in destructive swarms and devours the vegetation wherever it settles.
The moves comes a day after state chief minister Amarinder Singh met Gandhi here and held detailed discussions with her.
Prajnesh Gunneswaran crashes out of Australian Open after first-round defeat to lower-ranked opponent
This was Prajnesh's fifth straight appearance in the main draw of a Grand Slam event having played in all four majors last year.
Following the impasse over the three capital bill in the Upper House, the government is said to be considering a proposal to abolish the Council.
With Rs 119 crore (net) at the box office within one week, the film, which hit the screens on the festive occasion of Sankranti on January 12, has now become the second-highest grosser in Andhra area.
It is just the "very beginning" and a lot needs to be done given the ever-increasing greenhouse gas emissions, says Greta Thunberg.
The state of Punjab on Monday, as well as DGP Gupta on Monday, had approached the high court against the CAT order.
Kauffman added if there is a reunion, they hope to have it on HBO Max -- Warner Media's forthcoming streaming service, which will be home to all the 10 seasons of "Friends" in May.
The panel has observed that imposition of prohibitory orders under section 144 of CrPC were unwarranted and its imposition was not effectively communicated to the residents.
Inequalities related to gender, age and geographical location continue to plague the job market, with the report showing that these factors limit both individual opportunity and economic growth.
Security forces launched a cordon and search operation in Khrew following information about the presence of militants in the area, an officer said.
Amit Agarwal, who was arrested in the US in December last year at Newark International Airport, operated a wholesale consumer electronics business in East Hanover in New Jersey.
A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde took note of submissions by a battery of senior lawyers and said it will list the fresh pleas 'sometime in next week'.