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New Call Telecom in talks with 12 Indian companies for acquisi...

GUWAHATI: The UK-based New Call Telecom today said it is in talks with 12 Indian companies, including 3-4 firms in the northeastern region, for acquiring them over the next few months to expand its presence in the country. The company, which has announced an ... Economic Times, 14 minutes ago

'India, UAE can tap mutual economic synergy to push trade'

India and the UAE can leverage their mutual economic complementarity to boost bilateral trade and increase investments, UAE Business Council today said. "While there is evident mutual economic complementarity and the goodwill is abundant, there is ...
 Business Standard37 minutes ago
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Smart City is what citizens want their city to be, says Shri M.Venkaiah Naidu Future of India's growth story is in cities which can be made smart with new initiatives, says UD Minister States

Smart City is what citizens want their city to be, says Shri M.Venkaiah Naidu Future of Indias growth story is in cities which can be made smart with new initiatives, says UD Minister States given 3 months time to submit city level Smart City Plans City plans ...
 Business Standard37 minutes ago Building a smart urban landscape in India  Livemint.com2 days ago Top smart cities in Canada, India and beyond  SiliconANGLE5 days ago India's Smart Cities: Govt Releases List of 98 Nominees; Bengaluru, Kolkata Among State Capitals Left Out  International Business Times India1 week ago
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'Pak prepared for war, can give befitting response to India'

PTI, Islamabad | Updated: Sep 03, 2015 17:26 IST File photo of Pakistani defence minister Khawaja Asif at a military hospital in the eastern city of Sialkot. (AFP Photo) The Pakistani defence minister Khawaja Asif claimed that the country is prepared for a ...
 Hindustan Times1 hour ago

National oil cos in mid-east keen to hire storage in India

NEW DELHI: National oil companies of Saudi Arabia, Iran, Kuwait and UAE have evinced interest in hiring a part of the under-construction strategic oil storages being built on the west coast but first want India to liberalise policy by allowing export of crude ...
 Economic Times1 hour ago
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Jamie Oliver's restaurants are coming to India, soon

After giving diners the world over a taste of authentic Italian cuisine, Jamie Oliver is set to make his India debut. Here's what you can expect Avantika Bhuyan September 3, 2015 Last Updated at 16:58 IST Jamie Oliver Unpretentious flavours Mention Jamie ...
 Business Standard1 hour ago Celebrity chef to open India eatery  IndiaPost1 week ago
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'For the first time I saw Ravichandran Ashwin bowl consistently well'

'They (the Indians) are going to town about the five-bowler theory. Where are the five bowlers? There is only one bowler that we have' IMAGE: India's Ravichandran Ashwin looks on during a training session. Photograph: Philip Brown/Reuters Bishen Singh Bedi has praised Ravichandran Ashwin for his consistent showing in the three matches but came down hard on the other bowlers. "Ashwin did a very good job. For the first time I saw him bowl consistently well," said the spin ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Why India should continue with the 5-bowler strategy in Test cricket  Yahoo! India6 days ago India should continue with five-bowler theory: Chaminda Vaas  Mid Day1 week ago
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This is going to be Asian century; without Buddhism it can't be: PM

At the meet, PM Narendra Modi made a pitch for India as a prime religious destination. Photograph: PIB Voicing concern over violent non-state actors controlling large territories across the world and unleashing "barbaric violence", Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that ideologies should give way to dialogue to resolve conflicts. "Intolerant non-state actors now control large territories where they are unleashing barbaric violence on innocent people. The severe limitations in our ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago GE's Immelt may meet PM, entrepreneurs in India push  Economic Times10 hours ago PM backs down on India's controversial land reform  World Bulletin4 days ago India rebuffs Afghanistan on strategic meet  The Hindu5 days ago
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Gionee F103 With Mirror Glass Back Launched At Rs 9,999

Chinese smartphone maker Gionee has once again come up with a new smartphone in India, dubbed the F103 with a price tag of Rs 9,999. With just 7.9 mm thickness and mirror glass back and metal frame, the smartphone is the first device in the F-Series which ...
 Techtree2 hours ago Videocon Z55 Dash smartphone launches in India for Rs 8,499 with 1GB RAM  Telecom Tiger3 days ago Meizu launches MX5 smartphone at Rs 19,999, no service centers in India  Times of India1 week ago
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Renault Kwid to race against Maruti Alto, Datsun Go, Hyundai Eon

Renault is releasing Kwid at around Rs. 350,000 which will be its most economical car in the Indian market and is pitted against the likes of Maruti Alto 800, Datsun Go and Hyundai Eon.   A couple of years back we saw Renault making a serious impact in the Indian automobile market by introducing the first ever compact SUV by the name of Duster. After being a novelty for a while, the segment was flooded with other compact SUVs including Hyundai Creta, Ford EcoSport, Maruti S-Cross and ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago Renault India starts taking bookings for the Kwid  CarWale3 days ago
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