Two-wheeler manufacturer Hero MotoCorp has signed up as a National Supporter for the FIFA U-17 World Cup India 2017 which will be held across 6 host cities between 6 to 28 October this year.The company has a long-standing association with various disciplines ... Business Standard, 1 week ago
Premier Skills, a partnership between the British Council and the Premier League, today launched its referee development initiative, here. The initiate was launched in partnership with the Indian Super League and All India Football Federation. The training ...Business Standard, 4 weeks ago
It was yet another benchmark for Indian fashion and design industry when India was declared the winner of "Best Country Award" for exhibit curated by IMG Reliance at the International Fashion Showcase (IFS) during London Fashion Week.The British Council, ...Prokerala, 1 month ago India wins best country award at London Fashion Week Business Standard, 1 month ago Budding designers to showcase at London Fashion Week Business Standard, 1 month ago Kutch artisans to showcase at Lakme Fashion Week Business Standard, 2 months ago
As a result of an initiative launched by the Ministry of Textiles on the second National Handloom Day (7th August 2016), the traditional hand-woven products of West Bengal Handloom clusters have been transformed into high-profile fashionable fabrics. Due to ...PIB, 1 month ago
The All India Football Federation (AIFF) president Praful Patel took a veiled dig at Goan clubs on Tuesday for not having the required "bandwidth" to continue in the revamped top tier league as they are "not investing" in football while providing excuses. All the three Goan club owners -- Shivanand Salgaocar, Shrinivas Dempo and Peter Vaz (Sporting Clube de Goa) had taken a united stand to oppose the proposed restructuring that makes ISL a top-tier league and relegates I-League to the second ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago Goan clubs that pulled out didn't have bandwidth: AIFF Prez Business Standard, 2 months ago
The IMF today cut Indias growth rate for the current fiscal year to 6.6 per cent from its previous estimate of 7.6 per cent due to the "temporary negative consumption shock" of demonetisation, days after the World Bank also decelerated Indias growth ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago Post demonetisation, IMF cuts India's growth to 6.6% Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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