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Will pay for flag at Central Park, FFI tells NDMC
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Will pay for flag at Central Park, FFI tells NDMC

New Delhi, Jun 10 (PTI) The Flag Foundation of India (FFI) has written to NDMC saying they will bear the expenses for the maintenance of the flagpole at Central Park here in a departure from its earlier stand that the civic agency should take care ... Press Trust of India, 1 month ago

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Bangalore Mirror

Flag Foundation to maintain flagpole at Connaught Place

Wednesday, 11 June 2014|http://www.nerve.in/news:2535002380612|channel:India "The tricolour, which is 90 feet by 60 feet, is flown atop a 207-foot tall mast. There are 12 such flag poles in the country but this national flag, installed March 7 last, is the ...
 Nerve1 month ago Flag Foundation of India will maintain flagpole at Connaught Place  Yahoo! India1 month ago PTI - FLAG - Who will keep tricolour flying atop Delhi's highest flagpole?  Namibia Press Agency1 month ago Tricolour flies from highest flagpole, but no one wants to bear cost  Bangalore Mirror1 month ago
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Bangladesh Daily Star

Modi govt for S Asia economic reform

India's new government headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will urgently pursue an economic reform agenda to revive a flagging economy and work with neighbouring countries to build a peaceful, stable and economically inter-linked neighbourhood ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago Indian shipping industry awaits maritime labour law ratification  Shipping Online4 days ago Shipping industry awaits maritime labour law ratification  SME Times6 days ago Indian Muslims must stand up to radical ideologies (Comment: Special to IANS)  ProKerala.com2 weeks ago
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IT's Not a Level P(l)aying Field for Women Techies

CHENNAI: For an industry that prides itself on being a flag-bearer for modern India, pay and representation for women in the IT industry is still quite decisively skewed in favour of men. A nationwide survey has revealed that women get paid 29 per ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
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TAF Hyderabad CEOs Cycling Ride held

Hyderabad : The India's biggest ever Cycling Events organizing NGO, The Atlanta Foundation(TAF) organsied a first of its kind Hyderabads CEOs Bicycle Ride-2014 here in city today. The same was flagged off on Saturday morning by Mr. K.T. Rama Rao, ...
 APN News1 week ago Hyderabad CEOs bicycle ride-2014 organized  Siasat Daily1 week ago 250 CEOs participated in a first of its kind of Bicycle Ride of Hyderabad CEOs organised by Atlanta Foundation and supported by Telangana State IT Dept  Web Newswire1 week ago To be flagged off by I.T. Minister, who will also ride and talk on the Future of the Hyderabad and IT  APN News2 weeks ago

TBEA Energy¼India¼ Pvt. Ltd. Inauguration & 765kV Product Flag-off Ceremony & UHV Power T&D & Renewable Energy Technology Conference

On 28 th June, 2014, in Vadodara, Gujarat, the Power T&D High-end Equipment Industrial Park invested by TBEA Co., Ltd, a Chinese major equipment manufacturer, i.e. TBEA Energy (India) Pvt. Ltd AC 1200kV & DC±1000kV UHV Transformer Manufacturing ...
 Businessworld India4 weeks ago TBEA Energy India Pvt. Ltd. ...  EFYTimes.com3 weeks ago TBEA Energy¼ˆIndia¼‰ Pvt. Ltd. Inauguration & 765kV Product Flag-off Ceremony & UHV Power T&D & Renewable Energy Technology Conference  AndhraNews.net4 weeks ago TBEA Energy (India) Pvt. Ltd. Inauguration & 765kV Product Flag-off Ceremony  APN News1 month ago
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India faces crisis over dwindling numbers of girls, U.N. says

By Nita Bhalla NEW DELHI (Thomson Foundation) - The dwindling numbers of Indian girls, caused by the illegal abortion of millions of babies, has reached "emergency proportions", fuelling an increase in crimes such as kidnapping and trafficking, the ...
 Investing.com1 week ago

Flag Art Foundation Features Marc Dennis in 5th Anniversary Group Exhibition

July 11, 2014 - NEW YORK, NY In celebration of its 5th Anniversary, the Manhattan-based Flag Art Foundation hosted a Group Exhibition on the 9th floor of their exhibition space, featuring fifteen emerging and established artists, namely Cecily Brown, Marc ...
 Andhra News3 weeks ago
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Where the poppies blow between the crosses, row on row

Open Essay Sunanda K Datta-Ray is a journalist and author of several books EMAIL AUTHOR When Indian soldiers defended what God abandoned and risked their life in the faraway fields of the First World War a century ago The ...
 Open18 hours ago
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Is Sri Lanka arm-twisting India into talks on fishermen's row?

Any official-level talks between India and Sri Lanka, without any clear-cut understanding on the livelihood issues, could end up in India having to acknowledge bilaterally even more than what it had no hesitation in accepting in Parliament and outside, says N Sathiya Moorthy Sri Lanka Fisheries Minister Rajitha Senaratne’s repeated reference to the proposed official-level talks have raised doubts in Tamil Nadu that the continuing fishermen's arrest on the other side of the International ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago
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