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US President Obama to be chief guest on India's Republic Day: Reports
Times of India

Obama to visit India in January: White House : November 21, 20...

WASHINGTON US President Barack Obama will travel to India in January for its Republic Day celebrations and talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the White House said on Friday. The president will meet with the prime minister and Indian ... Daily Times, 46 minutes ago
Obama to visit India in January Washington Times, 1 hour ago
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Young India will succeed under Modiji's leadership: VVS Laxman

By Mona Parthsarathi New Delhi, Nov 21 (PTI) The Australians found it difficult to breach VVS Laxman's defence during his playing days but on the same soil, it was Narendra Modi's speech that 'bowled' him over and he is confident that young India ...
 Press Trust of India1 hour ago Oz tour will give an advantage to India in WC: Laxman  Press Trust of India3 hours ago
EuroNews

Obama to visit India in January

WASHINGTON, Nov. 21 (Xinhua) -- U.S. President Barack Obama will travel to India in January to participate in the Indian Republic Day celebration, the White House said Friday. Invited by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Obama will be the first ...
 Xinhua News Agency1 hour ago Obama to Visit India in January for Republic Day  ABC News2 hours ago Obama to visit India in Jan. for constitution ceremony, meet with Modi  Emirates Business 24/72 hours ago
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India's forex reserves up at $315.55 billion

The country's forex reserves rose by $419.4 million to $315.551 billion in the week to November 14, driven by a rise in foreign currency assets. According to data released by the Reserve Bank on Friday, reserves had dipped by $778.4 million to $315.131 billion in the previous week. The foreign currency assets, a major constituent of the overall reserves, increased by $422.7 million to $290.062 billion, the central bank said. Foreign currency assets, expressed in dollar terms, include the ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago India's Forex reserves rise USD 419.4 mn  MyIris2 hours ago

AFP - India-economy-politics-parliament-reform

India-economy-politics-parliament-reform Contributed by NAMPA / AFP. India targets reforms in new parliament session NEW DELHI, Nov 21, 2014 (AFP) - India's Finance Minister Arun Jaitley promised Friday to make progress during the upcoming ...
 Namibia Press Agency4 hours ago India targets economic reforms in new parliament session  Yahoo! News Australia53 minutes ago

Statement by the Press Secretary on the President's Travel to India

Office of the Press Secretary For Immediate Release November 21, 2014 At the invitation of Prime Minister Modi, the President will travel to India in January 2015 to participate in the Indian Republic Day celebration in New Delhi as the ...
 The White House1 hour ago

Bvlgari is very bullish on India: CEO Jean-Christophe Babin

Excerpts from India Business Hour on CNBC-TV18 Watch the full show » B Babin also said while Bvlgari is very bullish on India, its just not able to find real estate in Bombay and Bangalore that is worthy of the Italian luxury brand. And don't ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 hour ago
International Business Times India

India Rolling Out Metering Project to Control Power Theft Problem

The Indian power ministry announced on Thursday that it will invest $4 billion (INR 25,300 crore) in the power industry to roll out a new metering system and upgrade distribution networks around the country to help tackle the power theft issue. ...
 International Business Times India7 hours ago India to invest $4bn to tackle power theft  Times of India9 hours ago India to Invest Over Rs 25,000 Crore to Tackle Electricity Theft  NDTV Profit10 hours ago India to invest 253 billion rupees to tackle power theft  Indian Express11 hours ago
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Quake in N-E India; Bangladesh, Myanmar Also Feel Tremors

Three earthquakes hit India's north-eastern region on Thursday night and Friday morning, an official said. Representational Image Reuters "A moderate intensity quake measuring 5.6 on the Richter Scale and two low intensity tremors ...
 International Business Times India7 hours ago Moderate intensity earthquake hits Northeast India  IBNLive India News8 hours ago Three earthquakes hit India's northeast region, no casualties reported  Economic Times9 hours ago Quakes hit India's northeast  Yahoo! India10 hours ago
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Oneindia

After Modi's 'Make in India', Smriti Irani pitches for 'Think in India' campaign for students

, 12:12 [IST] Greater Noida, Nov 20: In line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi 's ' Make in India ' campaign, the HRD ministry is planning to come up with a 'Think in India' drive to encourage students and researchers to come up with innovations ...
 Oneindia10 hours ago Mangalyaan wins: 'Nobody gets Mars right on the first try. India did'  Rediff.com12 hours ago India's Mangalyaan among best inventions of 2014: Time magazine  Business Standard India12 hours ago Smriti Irani moots Think in India to stop brain drain  Times of India17 hours ago
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