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Prashant Bhushan writes to PM Narendra Modi, seeks India gover...

NEW DELHI: Lawyer-crusader Prashant Bhushan has sought the removal of the head of the India government mint, terming his appointment illegal. In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Bhushan has complained about the "undue and illegal ... Economic Times, 2 days ago

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Opposition targets PM Modi over India's failed NSG bid

Terming the developments at the Nuclear Suppliers Group meet in Seoul as an "embarrassment" to India, Congress on Friday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi needs to realise that diplomacy needs "depth and seriousness and not public tamasha". "We do not know why India showed its desperation and allowed the country to be equated with Pakistan on the issue of NSG membership," party's senior spokesman Anand Sharma said "It's high time that Prime Minister Narendra Modi realises that diplomacy ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago India's NSG dream not yet over as group is likely to meet later this year  Oneindia2 days ago Congress targets Modi over NSG issue  State Times5 days ago NSG issue: Congress targets Modi, says his diplomacy needs depth  One India5 days ago

Agriculture should be declared public service in India: P Sainath

Veteran journalist P.Sainath on Monday, terming "inequality" the fundamental reason for water and farm crisis in the country, said agriculture should be declared a "public service" in India.Delivering the Delhi Assembly Lecture Series' inaugural talk on ...
 Prokerala1 day ago 'Agriculture should be declared public service in India'  The Statesman1 day ago

India is shying away from talks, not Pakistan: Sartaj Aziz on Kashmir

A day after former foreign minister of Pakistan Hina Rabbani Khar saidPakistan cannot "conquer Kashmir through war" and that the issue can only be handled in an environment of mutual trust with India, adviser to the prime minister, Sartaj Aziz said ...
 Firstpost.com26 minutes ago India avoiding talks with Pakistan due to Kashmir: Sartaj Aziz  Deccan Chronicle1 hour ago Hina Rabbani Khar's candour is good, but won't change India-Pakistan reality  Firstpost.com5 hours ago Kashmir can’t be conquered by war: Hina Rabbani Khar  Asian Age16 hours ago
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Anil Kumble's first media interaction: Top quotes from the new India coach

Anil Kumble first assignment as the India coach will be the tour of West Indies. Reuters Former India captain Anil Kumble is looking forward to his new role with the team after the BCCI announced the leggie as head coach last week. Ever since ...
 International Business Times India39 minutes ago Jumbo takes flight! Eight key quotes from Anil Kumble's first press conference as India coach  ZeeNews.com1 hour ago Has Kumble inherited a crown of thorns?  Sify23 hours ago Anil Kumble an inspired choice for India coach: Greg Chappell  MSN News US2 days ago

Hyundai Creta Set to Cross 80,000-Unit Sales Mark in India Soon

Hyundai Creta compact SUV is set to cross the 80,000-unit sales mark in India next month. Hyundai 's celebrated compact SUV, which was launched here in July, 2015, had sold 78,857 units till May, 2016. In fact, the Creta had crossed the 1 lakh ...
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DCW, Hockey India spar on Sardar Singh case

New Delhi, Jun 29 (PTI) Taking strong exception to Hockey India's (HI) response in an alleged sexual assault case against Indian captain Sardar Singh, the Delhi Commission for Women has accused the federation of making "defamatory allegations and ...
 Press Trust of India51 minutes ago DCW-SARDAR - DCW, Hockey India spar on Sardar Singh case  Namibia Press Agency42 minutes ago

Do not think Brexit has any direct impact on India: Keki Mistry, HDFC

In an interview to , Keki Mistry , VC & CEO, HDFC, shares his views about the possible impact of Brexit on the Indian economy: Edited excerpts: ET Now: What according to you will be Brexit's impact on India? Keki Mistry: I do not think Brexit has ...
 Economic Times1 hour ago
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SBI gains after board's approval for raising long term funds

State Bank of India rose 0.79% to Rs 218 at 14:25 IST on BSE after the bank said that the Executive Committee of the Central Board approved to raise long term funds up to $1.5 billion.
 Business Standard2 hours ago SBI: Outcome of Executive Committee Meeting  Money Control4 hours ago State Bank of India to consider raising funds  India Infoline7 hours ago SBI: all eyes on fund-raising plans  Business Line20 hours ago

US will work with partners like India to confront and defeat terror: Richard Verma

New Delhi: Strongly condemning the attack on Istanbul airport, American Ambassador Richard Verma said on Wednesday that the US would continue to work with partners, including India, to defeat terrorism. "Let me take a moment to discus the ...
 Firstpost.com2 hours ago U.S. Will Work With Partners Like India To Defeat Terror: Verma  Silicon India1 hour ago US will continue to work with India to defeat terror: Richard Verma  United News of India1 hour ago "US will work with partners like India to defeat terror"  Press Trust of India3 hours ago
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