Punjabi restaurant opens in downtown Norwich

Customers Michele Addabbo, Katie Morris, Steve Sinko and Jeanne Kurasz partake of the daily lunch buffet at The Royal Punjabi, a new Indian and chicken wing restaurant on Main Street in Norwich Thursday, July 19, 2018.  (Sean D. Elliot/The Day)

The Royal Punjabi, a restaurant specializing in northern Indian cuisine and buffalo wings, opened on Monday at 198 Main St.

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Congress may put American retirement vehicle in play

The proposed legislation, known as the Retirement Enhancement and Savings Act, could add millions of people to the rolls of tax-deferred retirement accounts by juicing incentives for employers and workers to participate.


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Tariffs on Mexico are causing layoffs in the United States

Jessica Lopez packages wire coil nails at the Mid Continental Nail Corporation in Poplar Bluff, Mo. MUST CREDIT: Photo for The Washington Post by Brad Vest

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Norwich City Council to consider second revitalization bond

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State Bond Commission to provide $28 million to Electric Boat

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