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PHOTOS: Kashmir's tulip garden a bit 'under the weather'

Kashmir’s famous tulip garden, nestled in the foothills of the Zarbarwan mountain range, was thrown open to the public on Saturday. The visitors, however, seemed a little disappointed as only a few tulip beds were in bloom. The rest of the tulip plants were still in the budding stage.   The extended cold and rain have delayed the bloom of the tulips in Asia’s largest tulip garden, which was in full bloom in late March last year. Click NEXT to see more ..., 1 week ago

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On a tram in Old Delhi

The once-royal esplanade of Chandni Chowk is preparing to go back in time with the revival of a tram route. But the groundwork is yet to begin Ritika Bhatia April 4, 2014 Last Updated at 22:26 IST ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago

Post-election showdown looms for RBI Governor

The BJP strategists, who are confident that Modi’s jobs-first policy pitch will secure a strong voter mandate, suggest that they would prefer to have one of their own at the helm of the RBI. That sets the stage for a confrontation with Rajan, who has so ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago

Indian Angel Network Invests, along with Ray Stata and YourNest Angel Fund, in Uniphore Software Systems

India’s first and Asia’s largest network of angel investors investing in start-ups and early stage ventures, Indian Angel Network (IAN) announced today an undisclosed investment in Chennai-based Uniphore Software Systems, the pioneer in Indian ...
 Andhra News1 month ago

Quintiles Honored as ‘Best CRO in Asia’ for 3rd Time in Four Years

Quintiles last night was named the “Best CRO in Asia” at the 2014 BioPharma Asia Industry Awards dinner, the third time in the event’s four-year history that Quintiles has received the honor. The award recognizes the contract research ...
 Andhra News1 month ago

Tripura wants rail division

"We have come to know that some more new railway divisions will be created in the country, including one in Silchar in southern Assam. We are not against it, but why a division will not be created here?" Dey asked. He told reporters that there was a railway ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago

Air pollution and health: Every breath is a hazard

Fearsome stories about migrating Indonesian haze, post-Diwali smog in northern India, and the return of the “airpocalypse” in China tell of Asia’s recent air-pollution woes. Not confined to Asia, outdoor particulate pollution claims over 3.1 ...
 Himalayan times1 month ago

US says Asia's rights record poor in 2013

WASHINGTON: From China’s crackdown on activists to flawed elections in Cambodia and widespread violence against Muslims in Myanmar, Asia’s human rights record in 2013 remained poor, US officials said. Releasing its annual Human Rights report, the ...
 Himalayan times1 month ago

Onion price rises 50% in 2 weeks

After falling to the level of cost of production, onion prices recovered to record a 50 per cent increase in the past two weeks, following controlled supply from farmers.In the benchmark Lasalgaon (Maharashtra, near Nashik) market, Asia’s largest spot onion selling yard, it was Rs 8-10 a kg on Wednesday, a steady increase from Rs 5-5.50 a kg two weeks earlier. The model price announced by the Nashik-based National Research and Development Foundation showed a little over 50 per cent ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Building a security architecture in the Asia-Pacific

Continued uncertainty or confrontation in the Asia-Pacific is clearly in no one’s interest as it will affect major powers’ attempts to restructure their economies and revive growth. Conflict would roll back the gains to each of our countries of 40 years of stability and peace, says Shivshankar Menon. From an Indian point of view, located as we are at the intersection of West Asia and what is now called the Asia-Pacific, until recently Asia appeared to be heading in different ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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