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India to get 14,000 new citizens as it implements India-B'desh land swap
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In historic move, India, Bangladesh to begin exchange of encla...

File picture Zee Media Bureau Kolkata/New Delhi: It's a historic day for India and Bangladesh. Following a wait of over four decades, the two neighbours will on Friday begin exchanging 162 adversely-held enclaves. This marks the start of ... ZeeNews.com, 24 minutes ago
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Cyclone Komen: Bengal, Odisha brace for impact

People wade through a flooded locality in West Midnapore district, West Bengal. Photograph: PTI Photo The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Thursday predicted "heavy to very heavy" rainfall in parts of West Bengal and north Odisha in the next 48 hours due to the cyclonic storm 'Komen' and advised fishermen in both the states not to venture into the sea along and off the coast during the period. Villagers wade through the flooded water of Kunye river after the heavy rainfall in Birbhum ...
 Rediff.com23 minutes ago Cyclone Komen to cross Bangladesh today; heavy rainfall warnings in India  Livemint.com19 hours ago Cyclone Komen makes landfall in Bangladesh, heavy rains in Bengal, Odisha  Rediff.com11 hours ago Cyclone Komen hits B'desh coast; heavy rains in Bengal, Odisha  Deccan Herald11 hours ago
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Predictions gone awry, a normal monsoon so far

The India Meteorological Department has erred in seven out of the past 12 years The fear of drought created by the prediction of a weak monsoon by the India Meteorological Department seems to have given way to cautious optimism. The change in mood is largely because of better-than-expected rainfall in the first half of the four-month monsoon (June to September). Rainfall has been well-spaced and quantitatively almost normal in most parts of the country. A good kharif harvest, therefore, can be ...
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Take a cab, don't buy a car | Uber to invest $1 bn in India

MUMBAI: Akshat Kshetrapal, an executive at a Delhi-based conglomerate, did something this month that Travis Kalanick, the globally famous CEO of Uber, wants lots of people to do — Kshetrapal sold his Hyundai i20 car and decided that he will use ...
 Economic Times56 minutes ago Changing trends: Here's why it may make sense to sell your car and hire a cab from Uber or Ola  Economic Times3 hours ago

India Will Attack and Defend With All 11 During European Hockey Tour, Says Coach Roelant Oltmans

File Photo: Sardar Singh and Roelant Oltmans. NDTV New Delhi: Newly-appointed Indian hockey chief coach Roelant Oltmans on Thursday said his team will defend as well as attack with all 11 players in their upcoming European tour . India will ...
 NDTV57 minutes ago Oltmans named as India coach  Deccan Herald5 days ago
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Former Australia Batsman to be the Next India Coach?

Stuart Law has experience of coaching Sri Lanka and Bangladesh Reuters As the hunt for a new coach/pondering over if a team director like a Ravi Shastri is enough continues, there are viable candidates putting their hands up, with the latest one ...
 International Business Times India1 hour ago Stuart Law says he wants to be Team India's coach  MSN News US10 hours ago Australia A assistant coach Stuart Law keen on India seniors' job  DNA India13 hours ago Australian Stuart Law keen on Team India coach's job  Times of India13 hours ago
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Can IS Grow In India? What Mullah Omars Death Means

A 32-page recruitment document authored by the so-called Islamic State (IS) calls for the creation of a united Caliphate. Significantly for India, this includes, according to the document, various factions of the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
 NDTV1 hour ago Opinion: Can IS Grow In India? What Mullah Omars Death Means  NDTV48 minutes ago
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India's gold exports can soar 400% in 5 years, says WGC

NEW DELHI: Indian gold jewellery exports can increase by 400% in the next five years if domestic hallmarking standards improve, the World Gold Council said on Thursday. "We estimate that exports could increase to at least $40bn from $8bn in 2013 ...
 Times of India5 hours ago Fix gold quality: World Gold Council  Asian Age6 hours ago Gold jewellery exports can jump five-fold with hallmarking: WGC  The Financial Chronicle10 hours ago India's jewellery exports can quintuple to $40 billion if controls tightened  Yahoo! UK and Ireland17 hours ago
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In India, gold hallmarking is the roadmap for future growth: Somasundaram PR, World Gold Council India

KOLKATA: Gold prices may have fallen sharply over the past few days but this trend may not continue for long, according to the World Gold Council, which has said that the precious metal will play a much bigger role in consumer portfolios in the ...
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Why it is hard for hardware companies to survive & grow in India's startup ecosystem

BENGALURU: Sai Srinivas Kiran knew starting a hardware company would be difficult, but he had no way of expecting the hurdles that were to come. It all started for Teewe's founder when a local manufacturer pulled out a week before his first ...
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