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Australian bank to include hijab for staff

Australian bank Westpac decided to include a corporate hijab as a part of a new staff uniform line-up.NewsCorp reported on Tuesday that Australian designer Carla Zampatti will design the corporate hijab which is set to release by April 2017.The move comes ... Prokerala, 38 minutes ago

Australian PM's approval rating slips as parliament resumes

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's voter popularity has fallen to a new low on Tuesday, while support for his Liberal National Party (LNP) coalition has also dropped since the July 2 general elections.The Newspoll, which surveyed more than 1,600 ...
 Prokerala20 minutes ago

If only PoK's tallest leader, Arif Shahid was alive today

New Delhi [India], Aug.30 (ANI): Amidst talk of India possibly inviting people of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir living outside Pakistan for a Pravasiya Bharatiya Diwas (celebration of overseas Indian community) in January 2017 in Bengaluru, one can't ...
 Business Standard16 minutes ago

Cricket-NZ to keep trialling day-night first-class cricket

New Zealand Cricket appear to be pushing ahead with plans to trial day-night first class matches as they build towards hosting their inaugural pink ball home test against England in 2018. NZC released their 2016/17 domestic fixture list on Tuesday and ...
 Reuters19 minutes ago
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India and US sign military logistic agreement boosting defence ties

On 29 August, an all important agreement was signed by India and the US, making the two nations logistical allies, and enabling the militaries of both nations to use each others assets and also provide bases to repair and replenish supplies. Welcoming the ...
 catchnews.com19 minutes ago India, US sign logistic exchange pact boosting defence ties  Deccan Herald38 minutes ago Manohar Parrikar visits US: New Delhi, Washington set to sign key logistics agreement  First Post.com1 day ago
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Exclusive: Six U.S. senators urge Obama to prioritize cyber crime at G20 summit

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Six U.S. senators have urged President Barack Obama to prioritize cyber crime at this weekend's Group of 20 summit in China, in the wake of the theft of $81 million from Bangladesh's central bank, according to a letter obtained by Reuters.
 Reuters20 minutes ago
Money Control

Sapient to hire 1,500 persons this year in India

The company, which has about 8,500 people across its centres in India, has also set up a new office in Bengaluru with a capacity of 3,500 workstations.
 Money Control20 minutes ago
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REWIND: India in the last 24 hours

Here’s a recap of the events from the past 24 hours. A huge traffic jam at ring road towards ISBT after lash of heavy rain in New Delhi. Photographs: PTI Photo Protesters throw stones on security forces during a clash in Srinagar. Fresh clashes erupted in the Valley after curfew was lifted. Photograph: S Irfan/PTI Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar visits a flood relief camp in Katihar. Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti giving appointment documents under SRO-43 to ...
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Tata Sons reaches for the sky, infuses more funds in Vistara, AirAsia

The infusion will help the airlines plan their next rounds of operations as easing of 5/20 norms With the aviation ministry easing the 5/20 norms, Tata Sons is stepping up investment in its airline ventures in India. The promoters of Vistara, Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, have agreed to infuse Rs 150 crore (Rs 1.5 billion) in the airline. According to regulatory filings by the Tata-SIA joint venture on June 2, 2016, the board of the airline approved the issue of fresh shares to its main ...
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Scorpene: Court restrains newspaper from publishing data

New Delhi: French company DCNS has obtained a court order restricting The Australian newspaper from further publishing the leaked documents on Indias Scorpene submarine project. The restriction will be in place till Thursday, the media reported on Monday.
 Mathrubhumi38 minutes ago DCNS obtains restraint order against newspaper  The Hindu7 hours ago
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