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Russia does not see compromise over new permanent UNSC members
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Russia puts India's chance for UNSC seat in limbo

Russia said it does not foresee "a historic compromise" being reached in the near future on admitting new permanent members. UNITED NATIONS: Russia has said it does not foresee "a historic compromise" being reached in the near future on admitting new ... Economic Times, 44 minutes ago

Nepalese cops cross border to take shelter in Indian posts

In an unprecedented incident, over three dozen armed Nepalese police personnel crossed the border and took shelter in frontier posts of Sashastra Seema Bal when Nepal witnessed sporadic incidents of violence and attacks on the men in uniform recently. The Indian side, under constant monitoring of National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, facilitated the cross-border movement of the officers and men of Armed Police Force of Nepal in the last few days to SSB posts in the face of the erupting trouble.
 Rediff.com40 minutes ago Nepalese cops crossed border seeking shelter during protests  Deccan Herald14 minutes ago

Dettol makes a clean sweep

The brand has gained some 13 million shoppers in the last one year, mostly in Asian markets such as IndiaBritish consumer goods maker RB (earlier Reckitt Benckiser) is in a sweet spot. India, one of its key emerging markets, is in the midst of a nation-wide cleanliness drive and the brand, having aligned itself to the Swachh Bharat campaign early on is hoping the association will deepen its rural footprint and cement its position in the urban markets. According to IMRB’s recently released ...
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Add 'Quality' to Modi's Make in India, says Suzuki

The Indian automotive industry is also spending on the initiative As India pushes to become a global manufacturing hub, Suzuki Motor Corporation Chairman and chief executive officer Osamu Suzuki on Thursday stressed on the need for 'Quality in India', especially in auto components sector to become a top international supplier. "It is mentioned here Make in India, I'd like to add Quality in India," Suzuki said while addressing the annual session of ACMA in New Delhi. Reiterating the need to ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago 'Add 'Quality' to Make in India' | Govt to invest Rs 8.5L-cr in rlys  Economic Times2 hours ago Suzuki CEO stresses on need for 'quality' in Modi's Make in India  DNA2 hours ago

Internet users in India zoom to 302 million

More than 100 million new users added in just one year; mobile internet usage seen as next frontier. It took more than a decade for the internet user base to grow from 10 million to 100 million in India, while the jump to 200 million took three years. From there, the growth was even faster, it took only an year to touch the 300-million mark. According to the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI), the number of internet users reached 302 million by December 2014, with growth of 32 ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago India’s internet user base 354 million, registers 17% growth in first 6 months of 2015: IAMAI report  Economic Times11 hours ago 'India internet userbase crosses 350-mn milestone in June'  One India21 hours ago

Samsung Launches Ultra-Slim Galaxy Tab S2 In India

Samsung has finally brought its latest tablet dubbed the Galaxy Tab S2 in to India after being announced globally earlier this year. With a price tag of Rs 39,400, Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is known to be one of the slimmest tablets currently available with just ...
 Techtree2 hours ago Samsung unveils new 4G Galaxy Tab S2  Deccan Herald16 hours ago

Govt to invest Rs 8.5 lakh crore in railways

Government will invest Rs 8.5 lakh crore (Rs 8.5 trillion) in Indian Railways to change the face of the sector, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha said on Thursday. He also appealed to the opposition parties to help pass the Goods and Services Tax bill that will usher in a new indirect taxes regime in the country, boosting business activity. Speaking at the annual convention of Automotive Component Manufacturers Association, Sinha said the government is ‘very focused’ on ...
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Twitter credits Anushka Sharma for India’s win against Sri Lanka

New Delhi: Indian cricket team created history by winning a test series against Sri Lanka on their home turf for the first time in 22 years, on Monday. Under Virat Kohli, who put the captain’s hat for a test series for the first time, India once again ...
 IndiaTV News1 hour ago First in 22 years: India defeats Lanka in Test series  Economic Times1 day ago India-Sri Lanka test series: Top 5 Indian performances  IndiaTV News1 day ago India break 22-year-old jinx with 2-1 series win in Lanka  Deccan Herald1 day ago

New Zealand students learn Kathak for arts contest

A group of girl students in New Zealand has learned the Indian classical dance Kathak as part of a wearable arts contest that draws big sponsors from around the country's North Island region, media reported.The group of girls from Cambridge High School (CHS) ...
 Prokerala3 minutes ago

Twitter launches self-service ad platform in India

New Delhi, Sep 3 (IANS) Micro-blogging site Twitter has launched a self-service advertising platform for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) in India, the social networking service announced on Thursday.
 News Chennai Online39 minutes ago Twitter launches self-service ads platform for SMBs in India  DNA14 minutes ago
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