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Ahmed Khan, part of India's Asian Games gold

Ahmed Khan, part of India's Asian Games gold

A prolific striker, Khan represented India in two Olympic Games - in 1948 in London and in 1952 in Helsinki - apart from two Asian Games in Delhi and in 1954 in Manila. The post Ahmed Khan, part of India’s Asian Games gold-winning football team, passes ... First, 3 weeks ago
Legend Ahmed Khan no more Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago

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New Nokia 8 phone targets surging demand for video-streaming

HELSINKI (Reuters) - HMD Global, the Finnish start-up looking to reinvigorate the Nokia phone brand, unveiled the Nokia 8 on Wednesday, hoping to cash in on rising consumer demand for high-quality audio and video features.
 Business Standard1 month ago

Khashaba Jadhav's family puts up India's 1st individual Olympic medal for auction

In the 1952 Helsinki Olympics, Khashaba Jadhav, then 27, went on to create history by becoming the first Indian to win an Olympic medal (bronze) in an individual sport. Mumbai: The family of Khashaba Jadhav, who won India's first individual Olympic medal, has ...
 Zee News1 month ago SHOCKING! Khashaba Jadhav's 1952 Olympic medal up for auction...  Rediff.com1 month ago India's 1st individual Olympic medal up for auction for funds  Business Standard1 month ago KD Jadhav's family to auction India's first individual Olympic medal after Maharashtra Government fails to fulfill promise  Zee News1 month ago

Nokia gets decision in patent arbitration with LG

HELSINKI (Reuters) - Nokia said on Monday it had received a decision in patent licence arbitration with LG Electronics.
 Business Standard2 days ago Nokia says to get sales boost after patent ruling  Reuters1 day ago Nokia, China's Xiaomi sign patent deal  Reuters2 months ago

US, Russian diplomats to hold talks in Helsinki

[U.S.A], September 10 (ANI): U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, Thomas Shannon will hold talks with Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov in Helsinki, Finland on Sunday in a bid to calm down diplomatic tensions and to address areas ...
 Sify1 week ago US, Russian diplomats to meet in Helsinki next week  Prokerala1 week ago

'Angry Birds' maker Rovio plans to list its shares in Helsinki: Nasdaq

Rovio returned to profit in 2016 on the back of its Angry Birds 3D movie, recovering game sales Last Updated at September 5, 2017 11:39 IST
 Business Standard2 weeks ago 'Angry Birds' maker Rovio plans IPO  Sify2 weeks ago Angry Birds maker Rovio sets price range for $1 billion IPO  Reuters4 days ago Angry Birds maker Rovio moves forward with $1 billion IPO  Reuters4 days ago

Police in Finland shoot man after stabbing attack

The police have reinforced security at the airport and at train stations in Helsinki
 Business Standard1 month ago Finnish killings treated as first terror attack, suspect 'targeted women': police  Reuters1 month ago Finnish court names knife attack suspect  Reuters3 weeks ago Finnish police release man arrested over knife attack  Reuters3 weeks ago

Syrian refugee-themed film opens Sarajevo Film Festival

A film featuring a story about a Syrian refugee in the Finnish capital Helsinki opened the 23rd Sarajevo Film Festival on Friday night.The film, "The other Side of Hope", is directed by Finnish director Aki Karusimaki.The Sarajevo Film Festival, launched in ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

Finland to delay health care reforms by one year

HELSINKI (Reuters) - The Finnish government will implement health and local government reforms in January 2020, Prime Minister Juha Sipila wrote on Twitter on Wednesday, effectively announcing a one-year delay to the center-right government's key reform.
 Reuters2 months ago

Finland says no ransom paid for released aid worker in Kabul

Finland did not pay a ransom for the release of a Finnish aid worker kidnapped in Afghanistan, the Nordic country’s foreign minister said on Thursday. “Finland has not paid, and will not pay ransom in the future. If we did, we would only encourage ...
 Reuters5 days ago
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