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Wells Fargo and The Peninsula on the Indian River Bay Host Pat...

The Folds of Honor Foundation provides scholarships to families of soldiers and military personnel who have become disabled or lost their lives in the line of duty. For the past seven years during Labor Day The Peninsula has been a longtime host ... Industrial Info Financials, 1 day ago

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How Firefox-powered smartphones like Intex and Spice are set to shake up market

NEW DELHI: A new front in India's entry-level smartphone market has opened up with local handset makers launching Firefox-powered devices Intex Technologies and Spice, the Indian partners of US-headquartered Mozilla Corp, have launched smartphones ...
 Economic Times1 hour ago The 93rd Annual Indian Market Is a Rousing Success  Assist News Service4 days ago Mozilla offers smartphone at Rs 1,999 in bid to capture Indian market  Smart Investor4 days ago Sensex, Nifty retreat after hitting fresh highs, as metal stocks tumble  Sify4 days ago
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Govt scraps light utility helicopter tender, opens it to Indian players

The Navy will also get six of its submarines refitted partly from the original equipment manufacturer as well as Indian shipyards at Rs 4800 crore. (Source: Reuters photo) Summary The DAC decided to retract from the tender and opens doors for ...
 Indian Express2 hours ago Defence ministry scraps deal for 197 Light Utility Helicopters, opens it for Indian industry  Indian Express11 hours ago

Sindhu moves into semifinals

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS India's rising star P.V. Sindhu assured herself of a second consecutive bronze medal at the World Championship, but it was curtains for star shuttler Saina Nehwal after suffering a straight-game loss ...
 The Hindu5 hours ago

India seeks Kuwait's help over arrested Indians

New Delhi, Aug 29 India has sought Kuwait's assistance over the arrest of some Indian nationals following a brawl in that Gulf nation. "I understand that there was a brawl with nationals of some other countries and that led to a situation where ...
 ProKerala.com9 hours ago Signs of revival as Indian economy expands 5.7 percent (Lead)  NetIndia123.com10 hours ago Indian Community Donates Ambulances, Ebola Gears  Individual.com13 hours ago Indians in Liberia contribute to anti-Ebola campaign  ProKerala.com13 hours ago

Low coal stocks hit power plants

A worker unloads coal from a goods train at a railway yard in the Chandigarh in Punjab. NEW DELHI: Half of India's thermal power stations have less than a week's supply of coal on hand, according to weekly data, the lowest level since mid-2012 ...
 Qatar Peninsula3 hours ago Indian power station coal stocks lowest since 2012 blackouts  AlertNet15 hours ago India may face blackouts as coal shortage cuts power output  Asian Age21 hours ago UPDATE 3-Indian power station coal stocks lowest since 2012 blackouts  Reuters India14 hours ago
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Kieron Pollard likely to lead Mumbai Indians

Kieron Pollard. (Photo: AFP) New Delhi: Rohit Sharma's finger fracture is not only bad news for Team India, but also a big setback for Mumbai Indians, who will be playing in the qualifiers of the Champions League T20 beginning September 13, in ...
 Deccan Chronicle34 minutes ago We have a lot of options for top slot, says Raina  Deccan Herald8 hours ago Rohit Sharma Set to Miss CLT20, Kieron Pollard Frontrunner to Lead Mumbai Indians  NDTV12 hours ago Rohit set to miss CLT20, Pollard frontrunner to lead MI  Business Standard12 hours ago
Nikkei Asian Review

Modi aiming for closer security ties with Japan

NEW DELHI -- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hopes to work more closely with Japan regarding defense and national security, and he sees similarities between Japan's Abenomics and his own economic reforms, he told Japanese media in a joint ...
 Nikkei Asian Review5 hours ago Indian PM Modi tweets in Japanese prior to visit  The Japan News12 hours ago Narendra Modi heads to Japan with trade and China in mind  Asian Age17 hours ago PM Modi's tweets in Japanese will set new trend in inter-state relations: MEA  Sify1 day ago
Times of India

Looking East and beyond

Addressing the 12th India-Asean meeting in Nay Pyi Taw a few days back, the external affairs minister, Sushma Swaraj, rightly underlined that "the ASEAN-India strategic partnership owes its strength to the fact that our 'Look East' to ASEAN meets your 'Look ...
 The Telegraph2 hours ago Sushma tells Indian envoys to Act East and not just Look East  Business Standard India3 days ago Act East, Sushma tells Indian envoys abroad  Assam Tribune3 days ago Sushma tells Indian envoys to 'act east' and not just 'look east'  Times of India3 days ago
Sri Lanka Daily News


There is reason for hope that the Indian Supreme Court's ruling earlier this week that the Kachchatheevu issue requires a political and diplomatic solution, and not a legal ruling, would put an end to the constant claims being made and related ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News2 hours ago Indian Supreme Court to Rule on Legality of Rummy and Poker  Poker News4 days ago
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