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Government of India deregulates diesel prices

Government of India deregulates diesel prices

The Government of India has deregulated the price of diesel. This will mean that the price will be linked directly to global crude oil prices. Till now diesel was sold at a rate fixed by the Government. These rates are much lower than the cost of ..., 34 minutes ago
International Business Times India

Fiat Avventura Coming to India on 21 October; Bookings, Price, Mileage and More

Italian car maker Fiat is all set to pull the wraps off its new crossover Avventura in India on 21 October (Tuesday). Fiat Avventura Production Version Spied; May Come in October Reuters For the auto enthusiasts in the country, it ...
 International Business Times India42 minutes ago Fiat Avventura launching tomorrow in India  CarTrade.com1 hour ago

Expect huge M2M growth in India in 2016-17: UST Global

NEW DELHI: US-headquartered UST Global that offers machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions and application development services expects massive growth in M2M adoption in 2016-17 in India, driven by 3G and 4G services. "With 1.25 billion population and ...
 Economic Times8 minutes ago

Access to electricity in India has no impact on climate change

ew study. While increased energy access is widely agreed to be an important goal for development efforts, such as the UN Sustainable Energy for All Initiative, the climate impacts of increased access to electricity have been unclear. The study is the first to ...
 Business Standard13 minutes ago

India lagging behind in field of medical research: PM

New Delhi, Oct 20 (PTI) Noting that India is way behind in the field of medical research, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said much more needs to be done and asked doctors passing out from AIIMS to give back to society which has "contributed" in ...
 Press Trust of India21 minutes ago Prime Minister Modi expresses concern over India's laggard medical research  One India30 minutes ago India lagging behind in medical research: Modi  ProKerala.com1 hour ago PM Narendra Modi: India lagging behind in medical research  Times of India24 minutes ago

India Sweep All Top Awards at Sultan of Johor Cup Hockey

India remained unbeaten through the tournament. NDTV India swept all top awards at the Under-21 Sultan of Johor Cup hockey championship in Malaysia. India retained the coveted title to complete what has been a golden month for Indian ...
 NDTV23 minutes ago India elbow out Britain to defend title  Deccan Herald8 hours ago India retain Sultan of Johor Cup title  New Delhi Pioneer13 hours ago Sultan of Johor Cup: India retains crown  The Hindu13 hours ago

BCCI Ignoring Women's Cricket, Says Women's Cricket Association of India Secretary Nutan Gavaskar

File photo of Indian women's cricketer Mithali Raj. AP Mathura: Accusing the BCCI of ignoring ladies cricket, Women's Cricket Association of India (WCAI) honorary general secretary Nutan Gavaskar has demanded the merger of the women's body ...
 NDTV25 minutes ago Cricketer Suru Nayak begins new innings with FC Pune City in ISL  Mid Day1 day ago

Meet The Sari Angels

'When I least expect it, I start to find traces of India in foreign lands,' says Aseem Chhabra. The Sari Angels in Tokyo. Photograph: Aseem Chhabra   I have been visiting Japan for the past four years. And the more I walk on the streets of Tokyo, the more impressed I am by how well residents of the city dress. Young and old, even children and teenagers, have an amazing sense of fashion. Last year I started a photo album on Facebook and titled it Faces of Tokyo. I have nearly 50 pictures ...
 Rediff.com28 minutes ago

AirAsia India to start Delhi-Mumbai flights

NEW DELHI: The Indian unit of AirAsia will soon start flights from big cities, changing its strategy of connecting smaller cities to take on competition which followed the airline wherever it went since launch of operations earlier this year. ...
 Economic Times52 minutes ago

How credit cards transformed India's financial system

The impact of the Credit Bureau has now ensured that the credit card market reached around Rs 1,500 crore (Rs 15 billion) a month level but is profitable this time for the banks and borrowers are responsible. Image: Credit card usage has increased multi-fold in India. Photograph: Reuters Legend has it that Frank McNamara (founder of Diners Club) forgot his wallet when he had dinner in a New York restaurant. When the bill arrived, Frank had to send his wife home to pick up the wallet and wait ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago
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