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List<Newss> _objNwslst = new List<Newss>();
               List<Industry> _objIndstry = new List<Industry>();
               while (sDr.Read())
               {
                   _objIndstry.Add(new Industry()
                   {
                       ParentID = sDr.GetInt32(sDr.GetOrdinal("Industry")),
                       IndstryName = sDr.GetString(sDr.GetOrdinal("IndstryName")),
           
                   });
                   _objState.CountryID = sDr.GetInt32(sDr.GetOrdinal("CountryID"));
                       objIndstry = _objIndstry,
                   });
               }
               return _objNwslst;


What I have tried:

I am not able to bind Gridview Itemtemplate

<%#DataBinder.Eval(Container.DataItem, "objIndstry.IndstryName")%>
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Updated 11-Jun-16 4:23am
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Vincent Maverick Durano 11-Jun-16 12:45pm
   
Are you doing a master-detail data binding? Keep in mind that a Data Representation control like GridView can only handle one datasource at a time. If you want to display data in gridview based from different tables then you would need to construct a custom DataTable/List that would hold the columns from your other tables and then use the final table as your GridView datasource.

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