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I don't see any Indian athlete winning an Olympic medal at Rio: Milkha
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I don't see any Indian athlete winning an Olympic medal at Rio...

- Before I die, I want to see an Indian winning an Olympic gold - Arjuna award should be given on basis of performance not nepotism   Legendary athlete Milkha Singh with children during the lauch of Milkha Surefit, a sports education programme for Indian school kids, in New Delhi, on Wednesday. Kamal Kishore/PTI India's legendary sprinter Milkha Singh said on Wednesday that doping is like cancer and the government needs to take some strict measures to curb this menace. "Doping is like ... Rediff.com, 1 hour ago

Tata Group asks staff to consider giving up use of subsidised LPG

India's vital fuel requirements are met in large measure through costly imports Rs 100 crore in subsidy has been saved by 2.8 lakh people giving up the use of below market price LPG New Delhi: The Tata Group has requested its employees to consider voluntarily ...
 Asian Age2 hours ago Government targets one crore consumers to give up LPG subsidy  Jagran Post3 days ago
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India must surpass China in steel manufacturing:PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on Wednesday said India can’t afford to be second to any country in manufacturing of steel which has an important role in country’s defence.
 Times of India2 hours ago
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Five promising speedsters who can make a difference in IPL 8

New Delhi: The countdown for the commencement of India biggest sporting carnival has already started.The eighth edition of Indian Premiere League (IPL) will start from April 8 and will continue till May 24th. The t20 league which has become one of the ...
 IndiaTV News2 hours ago
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Which Indian city has the most number of super-rich?

Image: The Taj Mahal hotel in Mumbai. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters Seven Indian cities, including the financial capital Mumbai and political hub Delhi, have been named among Asia Pacific's top 20 cities in terms of growth in number of multi-millionaires, a report said. Image: Pune city. Photograph: Randy Breese/Wikimedia Commons Pune, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Chennai and Kolkata are the other Indian cities in the list of 20 cities in Asia Pacific for the decade ended December 2014, said ...
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SEBI permits OTC Exchange of India to exit from stock markets

Securities and Exchange Board of India (Photo: PTI) OTCEI in January last had made a request to SEBI to exit as stock exchange Mumbai: SEBI has allowed OTC Exchange of India (OTCEI) to exit as a bourse from the nation's securities markets. According to the ...
 Asian Age1 hour ago Sebi proposes new platform for startups to tap markets  Times of India1 day ago
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Doping is like cancer: Milkha Singh

India's legendary sprinter Milkha Singh today said that doping is like cancer and government needs to take some strict measures to curb this menace. "Doping is like cancer. If you visit the changing rooms or bathrooms of the athletes you will find syringes.
 DNA50 minutes ago

Indian mythology can be re-interpreted based on hard science: sci-fi author Clyde DeSouza

Clyde DeSouza calls himself a creative technology evangelist. This Dubai-based filmmaker and author, believes that holding on to tradition is over-rated, and a border-less, technology driven world is the future. His science fiction book Maya looks at the ...
 DNA1 hour ago
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Bangladesh seeks India's help to implement NPR like scheme

Wary of increasing threats to its internal security and to implement targeted subsidy schemes for the benefit of its poverty ridden population, Bangladesh is looking towards India's flagship schemes of national population registration (NPR) and Aadhaar card.
 DNA1 hour ago

Now Swatch Mount Everest mission for Indian army team

An Indian Army team is embarking on a challenging journey to scale the highest mountain in the world to mark 50 years of the first ascent of the Mount Everest by India with an added mission to cleanse the region. The Indian soldiers will not only climb the ...
 Deccan Herald1 hour ago
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