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A glum sign for Apple in China, as smuggled iPhones go begging
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A glum sign for Apple in China, as smuggled iPhones go begging

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PM Modi pays tribute at Gandhi memorial in Washington

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday paid floral tributes to Mahatma Gandhi at the statue of the Father of the Nation here in the US capital. A large number of Indian-Americans were present to welcome the Prime Minister who was accompanied by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj when he arrived at the Indian Embassy to pay tribute to the Gandhi statue in front of the mission. On the last day of his five-day visit to the US, the Prime Minister will meet US Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel ...
 Rediff.com5 minutes ago Congress taunts Modi for 'Mohanlal' goof up  Rediff.com1 hour ago Modi@Washington: PM arrives at Gandhi Memorial  Rediff.com2 hours ago Modi@Washington: PM heads to Gandhi Memorial  Rediff.com2 hours ago
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Asian Games: Gowda wins discus throw silver

India's Vikas Gowda poses with the silver medal. Photograph: PTI Photos Vikas Gowda lost out to his old nemesis, defending champion Ehsan Hadadi of Iran, again as he settled for a silver in the men's discus throw at the Asian Games on Tuesday. The Indian thrower, who recently won gold in the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, had a best effort of 62.58 metres on his second attempt. Hadadi, who was struggling for form this season but a pre-Games favourite, outperformed Gowda with a best throw of ...
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These business leaders gave away billions in charity

At regular intervals, we have been reading about the growth stories of India’s billionaires. Be it Infosys co-founder SD Shibulal or Wipro chairman Azim Premji or Ratan Tata, they firmly believe that it is important to give back what they earn for human causes. Philanthropist Rohini Nilekani has give away over Rs $40 million towards charity since 2005. Photograph: Courtesy, Penguin India We bring to you a list of wealthy Indian’s who has pledged a significant portion of ...
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RBI in the process to modify wilful defaulter definition

Governor Raghuram Rajan on Tuesday said the Reserve Bank is in the process of modifying the definition of "wilful defaulters" so as to bring the directors of defaulting companies under its ambit. "The (Calcutta High) Court had some questions about whether all directors could be declared wilful defaulters and we have looked at that. We are in the process of modifying the definition so that the directors should be seen as culpable in the sense of actively participating or being grossly negligent ...
 Rediff.com17 minutes ago RBI tweaking definition of wilful defaulters: Governor  Money Today1 hour ago Tweaking wilful defaulter definition to cover directors: Rajan  Business Standard3 hours ago

Chopperdeal:70 million Euros received as kickback, ED to court

Businessman Gautam Khaitan, arrested in connection with the Rs 3,600-crore AgustaWestland chopper deal case, was today remanded in five-day Enforcement Directorate (ED) custody after the probe agency alleged that Rs 360 crore was paid as kickbacks in the entire deal. ...
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Cut in petrol, diesel price put off till Modi's return from US

Diesel price is likely to be cut by about Re 1 per litre, the first reduction in rates in over five years, while petrol price may be slashed by around 55 paise after Prime Minister Narendra Modi returns from the US. Though today is the scheduled fortnightly review of petrol and diesel rates, an announcement will be made only after Modi returns from his US trip tomorrow evening. ...
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Saudi Arabia to host over 1.4 million Hajis from abroad

Over 1.4 million foreign pilgrims, about one-fourth of whom are from the Indian sub-continent, will perform Haj this year, Saudi Arabia's Haj Minister said on Tuesday ahead of the world's largest annual gathering. Just two days ahead of Haj, hundreds of thousands of Muslims continued to pour into the holy city of Mecca. People dressed in ihram, a two-piece seamless garment of white cloth, filled the area around the Grand Mosque, which houses the Kaaba and is witnessing massive construction ...
 Rediff.com27 minutes ago Over 1.36 Lakh Indian Pilgrims Reach Saudi Arabia for Haj  Outlook5 hours ago
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RCom to pare Rs 15,000 cr debt over next 2 years

Reliance Communications on Tuesday said it plans to reduce its debt to below Rs 20,000 crore (Rs 200 billion) in the next couple of years and also will roll out 4G services by next fiscal. "We will participate in auctions next year and will be in a position to launch 4G services in 2015," Reliance group chairman Anil Ambani told at the 10th annual general meeting of the company. On the plans to bring down the huge debt pile of over Rs 35,000 crore (Rs 350 billion) of the company, Ambani said, ...
 Rediff.com33 minutes ago RComm plans to bring debt below Rs 20K cr  Money Today1 hour ago RCOM plans to bring debt to under Rs 200 bn: reports  India Infoline3 hours ago
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A unique Navratri and Dussehra in a Tamil Nadu temple

Celebrations in Mutharamman Temple in Kulasekharapattinam, a coastal town in Tamil Nadu, have devotees visit the temple in an avatar of their choice. They could be dressed as kings or beggars, monkeys or demons, but the more popular is different forms of the Devi. Once in their costumes, the devotees have to beg for alms to sustain themselves, an exercise, he devotes believe, helps them swallow their ego, finds S Saraswathi Dussehra celebrations are on in full swing across the country. While ...
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