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India boxers look to regain lost pride in Incheon (Preview)

RECENT ARTICLES RECENT GALLERIES New Delhi, Sep 16 (IANS) With a new federation in place, Indian boxers will be looking to regain some pride at the 2014 Asian Games starting Friday in the South Korean ... Chennai Online, 22 hours ago
Deccan Chronicle

India prepared for US Federal rate rise: RBI chief

RBI governor Raghuram Rajan (Photo: PTI) New Delhi : India is now better prepared to handle the impact of any US interest rate increase because of signs its economy is improving, the central bank chief said in an interview published on Sunday. ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago India to enter Mars orbit Sep 24  Chennai Online2 days ago India seeking Pakistan response on missing Indian engineer  Chennai Online5 days ago India's big bank makeover  Livemint.com5 days ago
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Fed policy, WPI inflation data to guide markets this week: Experts

Pic Courtesy: - New Delhi: Indian stock markets will take cues from the US Federal Reserve's monetary policy review and WPI inflation data release due this week, say experts. Stocks on Monday will react to tepid IIP growth and lower retail ...
 ZeeNews.com3 days ago Asia Pacific Market: Stocks fall on caution ahead of Fed  Business Standard India1 day ago
Gold Coast Bulletin

Tony Roche to coach Indian tennis players …

By | Sportskeeda Tony Roche coached Roger Federer between 2005 and 2007 The members of the current Indian Davis Cup team will be part of a special camp held by legendary coach Tony Roche in December in Kolkata. The Indian team consists of a ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago Pomp before Abbott's India meetings  MSN New Zealand1 week ago
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Social media aids J&K flood victims

Early this week, as the flooding in Kashmir was entering a new and terrifying phase, the Indian Army’s public information office received a call from Raheel Khursheed, a former journalist and digital obsessive who serves as the director of ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago Embrace of Social Media Aids Flood Victims in Kashmir  NDTV4 days ago Foreign Media on How Social Media is Helping Flood-Hit Victims in J  NDTV4 days ago

FDI World Dental Federation Launches a First of its Kind Data Hub for Global Oral Health at the Annual World Dental Congress in New Delhi

Comments - New Delhi, Delhi, IndiaFDI World Dental Federation, the leading international organization representing the dental profession, today launched its Data Hub for global oral health, a first of its kind online data-base for oral health and ...
 AndhraNews.net4 days ago
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Sidley shale gas and hydraulic fracturing report - September 2, 2014

Federal BLM sends federal rules governing use of hydraulic fracturing on federal and Indian lands to OMB. On August 29, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) sent revised final regulations governing hydraulic fracturing on federal and Indian lands to ...
 Lexology1 week ago Feds advance hydraulic fracturing rule  Fuel Fix2 weeks ago
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Judge Sri Srinivasan, best of America and India

The first Indian-origin federal judge in the United States is India Abroad Person of the Year 2013 President Barack Obama calls him one of his “favourite people.” Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, the legendary first female Supreme Court Justice in the US, says America is “lucky as a nation to have him now serving as a federal judge.” Former US Solicitor General Walter Dellinger believes he is “one of the most gifted lawyers of his generation.” And India ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago India Abroad Person of the Year Awards 2013  Rediff.com1 month ago Slam dunk Sim  Hindu Business Line1 week ago

CCFI to drag Greenpeace to court

STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Kolkata, 4 September Industry body Crop Care Federation of India (CCFI) has sought Rs 50 crore in damages from Greenpeace for spreading false allegations in its recent report on Indian tea industry. It has decided to ...
 The Statesman1 week ago Tea Industry Challenges Greenpeace Pesticide Report  Environmental Leader1 week ago
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Aalishan Pakistan faces another hurdle in India

Extremist Hindu groups had earlier protested on the decision to host the exhibition. PHOTO: PUBLICITY NEW DELHI: A group of men holding saffron coloured flags with symbols of Om staged protests at Aalishan Pakistan, a four-day event by around ...
 The Express Tribune6 days ago Aalishan Pakistan arrives in India  The Express Tribune6 days ago MBD Group receives three awards for Excellence in Book Production 2014  APN News2 weeks ago
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