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United Bank to stay cautious on lending
The Telegraph

United Bank of India extends Thursday's rally

on BSE, with the stock extending Thursday's rally triggered by RBI relaxing restrictions imposed on the bank on sanction of advances, participation in restructuring proposals. Meanwhile, the S BSE Sensex was down 105.33 points or 0.38% at 27,360.19. On BSE, ... Business Standard, 13 hours ago
United Bank to stay cautious on lending The Telegraph, 1 day ago
United Bank ends 5% higher on RBI relief order India Infoline, 1 day ago

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The Sex Talk: Time to make your stand clear, India

Photo: HT On Tuesday, the United Nations general assembly cleared the way for same sex partners of UN staffers to receive the same benefits as opposite sex partners (like, husbands and wives) globally, irrespective of the host country's laws. The ...
 Livemint.com1 day ago An embarrassing stance  Rediff.com16 hours ago India opposes rights to same-sex partners of UN staff  ZeeNews.com2 days ago India Votes With Pakistan, Saudi Arabia to Block Gay Rights at UN  NDTV2 days ago
The Viewspaper

Obama: Here Comes The Leader

The President of United States of America, Barack Hussein Obama, will visit India to grace the Republic Day as the chief guest on January 26. He is the first US President to attend the Republic Day function in India. The US is India's second largest trade ...
 The Viewspaper10 hours ago Obama nominates Indian-American as ambassador to SL, Maldives  Deccan Herald17 hours ago

India and United States to Jointly Develop Defence Technology Projects

ence technology projects in an effort to develop a "vibrant science and technology cooperation" to strengthen national, regional and global security, a senior White House official has told American lawmakers. "Developing vibrant defense science and technology ...
 NDTV18 hours ago
Prime Minister of India

India, Qatar ink 6 agreements, one between UNI and QNA

India and Qatar today signed six agreements, including the one on exchange of news between the United News
 NetIndia123.com2 days ago India-Qatar cementing social security ties: Naresh Trehan  Prokerala9 hours ago Qatar, India eye collaboration in infrastructure & energy sectors  Qatar Tribune1 day ago List of Agreements /MoUs exchanged by External Affairs Minister and her Qatari counterpart Dr. Khalid Bin Mohammed Al Attiyah during the visit of Emir of Qatar to India  Prime Minister of India2 days ago
The Nation Pakistan

India vs Aus WC semis Cheering for India Bollywood ishtyle

Nothing unites India like Bollywood and cricket. With Team India victoriously trekking all the way up to the World Cup 2015 semi-finals, the stakes are high and so are expectations. Ahead of Thursday's blockbuster clash against Australia, here is ...
 Hindustan Times1 day ago ICC Cricket World Cup: India's title defence ends in heartbreak, Aussies enter final with thumping win  ZeeNews.com1 day ago India's title defence ends in heartbreak, Aussies enter World Cup final  Hindu Business Line1 day ago Factbox - Australia v India  The Nation Pakistan1 day ago
India Today

LGBT activists express disappointment over India's anti-gay rights stand at UN

India was one of the 43 nations, including Iran and Saudi Arabia, to support a Russian bid to stop the United Nations in providing benefits to its same sex staff in member countries. 80 countries voted against the proposal, and there were 33 abstentions while ...
 DNA1 day ago India takes homophobia to the United Nations  India Today1 day ago India with Iran, Saudi in backing Russia on anti-gay move at UN  Times of India1 day ago
Deccan Chronicle

India gives USD 260,000 for slavery victims memorial at UN

UNITED NATIONS: India has contributed USD 260,000 for a permanent memorial unveiled at the UN headquarters here to honour the victims of slavery and transatlantic slave trade. The 'Ark of Return' was unveiled yesterday by UN Secretary General Ban ...
 Economic Times1 day ago India contributes USD 260,000 for memorial at UN  Press Trust of India1 day ago India Contributes $260,000 for Memorial at United Nations  Asian Age1 day ago India contributes $ 260,000 for memorial at UN  Silicon India1 day ago

India Cautions United Nations Not to Give Legitimacy to Non-State Actors

File Photo: UN Security Council United Nations: India has cautioned that the UN should not give "political legitimacy" to non-state actors by bypassing national governments, saying the access to non-state armed groups should be through a ...
 NDTV1 day ago UN Moves Should Not Give Legitimacy to Non-State actors: India  New Indian Express1 day ago U.N. Moves Should Not Give Legitimacy To Non-State Actors: India  Silicon India1 day ago

Politicos congratulate Dhoni's boys for splendid show in World Cup

Politicians on Thursday united to congratulate the Indian cricket team for a stellar performance during the World Cup, after the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led squad bowed out of the tournament, losing the semi-final to Australia. Minister of State (Independent ...
 Sify1 day ago World Cup 2015: Politicos congratulate Dhoni's boys for splendid show in World Cup  DNA1 day ago Want to bid for piece of World Cup history? Find out how...  Rediff.com5 days ago
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