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Good news bookworms! 22nd Delhi Book Fair begins today

[India], Aug. 27 (ANI): The 22nd edition of the Delhi Book Fair will begin on Saturday at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi and will conclude on September 4. This year, the focus of the event will be to highlight initiatives undertaken by the central government for ... Sify, 2 days ago
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India’s forex reserves hit record high at $365.82 billion

India’s total foreign exchange reserves at $365,822.5 million got a boost from the increase of $9 billion in foreign currency reserves which touched $340,359.9 million this week, according to the figures released by the Reserve Bank of India on Friday. Last ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

No employee raised any slogan at any point: Amnesty clarifies after sedition case

Amnesty International’s India chapter on Tuesday said none of its employee had shouted any anti-India slogan at an event on Kashmir in Bengaluru, allegations based on which sedition charges were slapped against the human rights body. IMAGE: Amnesty India had a discussion on allegations of human rights violations and the denial of justice to families in Kashmir on Saturday. Photograph: @amnesty/Twitter Amnesty India said allegations mentioned in a complaint by an Akhil Bharatiya ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Morning News Call - India, August 12

(India Morning Newsletter will not be published on Monday, August 15 as marketsare closed for Independence Day.) To access the newsletter, click on the link: FACTORS TO WATCH ...
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China-Pak joint patrol meant to provoke India

IMAGE: Chinese and Pakistan troops jointly patrol the border connecting Pakistan occupied Kashmir with China's Xinjiang region. PTI Photo, Courtesy The People's Daily Online China's closer and enhanced relationship with Pakistan is putting considerable strain in India-China relations, says former RA&W officer Jayadeva Ranade. The events of recent months have imposed a strain on India-China relations. To a considerable extent these have been motivated by China's closer and enhanced ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Journalist body protest media 'clampdown' in Kashmir Valley

Calling it an "attack" on the freedom of the press, Indian Journalists Union (IJU) has protested the alleged "clampdown" on the media in Kashmir Valley and demanded that it be allowed to function unhindered. In a statement issued here today, IJU President S N ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Dipa Karmakar becomes first Indian woman gymnast to qualify for Olympics

Dipa Karmakar on Sunday created history by becoming the first Indian woman gymnast to qualify for Olympics as she booked a berth for the Rio Games after a strong performance at the final qualifying and test event in Rio. The 22-year-old garnered a total score ...
 Sify2 months ago

Meeting point Vatican: Mother Teresas canonisation to bring together Mamata & Sushma

Mother Teresas canonisation ceremony, to be held at Vatican City on 4 September, will see a lot of Indian political heavyweights coming together. Besides West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Delhi Chief ...
 catchnews.com5 days ago

A 3,000-year-old pea seen easing inflation

On a campus in southern India, Kiran Sharma and his team of biologists are perfecting a recipe that may solve the nation’s inflation woes. Sharma for six years has been testing a new variety of pigeon pea, a 3,000-year-old indigenous crop used to make dal, ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

RBI braces for basel battle on sovereign bonds

The Reserve Bank of India is bracing for a fight on proposed changes to the global regulatory framework that would hit the country’s lenders with higher capital charges for the mountain of government debt on their books. Tighter rules would bite India’s ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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