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UN order on Italian marine has put India in control: Jaitley
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UN order on Italian marine has put India in control: Jaitley

The Centre asserted in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday that the United Nations arbitration tribunal’s order allowing a murder-accused Italian marine to return home from India pending its proceedings has ‘affirmed’ the Supreme Court’s authority, and not questioned it. Making a statement, Minister for Information and Broadcasting and Finance Arun Jaitley said the tribunal has confirmed Italy’s obligation to return Sergeant Girone to India in case India’s jurisdiction ... Rediff.com, 10 hours ago
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India's manufacturing index falls to 4-month low in April

  India’s manufacturing sector activity dropped to a four-month low in April as new orders stagnated during the month following a robust increase in March, a survey showed on Monday, putting pressure on Reserve Bank to keep interest rates low. The seasonally-adjusted Nikkei India Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index -- a composite indicator of manufacturing performance -- fell from 52.4 in March to 50.5 in April, pointing to the weakest improvement in business conditions in the ...
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India's Kalvari stealth submarine starts sea trials

Kalvari, Indian Navy’s first indigenous Scorpene-class stealth submarine, on Sunday sailed out of Mumbai Harbour for sea trials even as the plan to purchase heavy-weight torpedos for the vessel remains stuck due to the VVIP chopper scam. Kalvari is the first of the India’s six Scorpene-class submarines being built under the much-delayed Project 75. The vessels are being built by Mazagon Dock Limited in collaboration with French company DCNS. In October 2015, Kalvari had been ...
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Mallya has brought a bad name to India's private sector: Jaitley

The finance minister said Mallya couldn’t be ignorant to what happens to banks because of his default.   Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Monday said Kingfisher Airlines promoter Vijay Mallya had brought a bad name to India’s entire private sector. “He not only brought himself a bad name, he has also brought a terrible name to India’s private sector entrepreneurs,” Jaitley said in Mumbai. He was speaking at the launch of 'The Print', an online journalism and ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Mallya says in forced exile, no plans to return to India  Rediff.com4 days ago Public vs private banks and the winner is. . .  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Dharamsala conferance: India allows Uyghur, 8 Chinese dissidents to attend, says report

Though the Modi-led government denied a visa to Uyghur leader Dolkun Isa, it reportedly allowed at least eight Chinese activists and a prominent Uighur leader to participate in the Dharamsala conference. According to a Hindustan Times report, the conference ...
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Tago wants mercy for Olympic medal hope Momota over casino visit

‘I have betrayed all of them and I am deeply, terribly sorry’ IMAGE:  India Open men’s singles champion badminton tournament Japans Kento Momota, left. Photograph: PTI Photos. . A team mate of Japanese badminton Olympic medal hope Kento Momota on Friday confessed to taking the world number two-ranked player to an illegal casino and tearfully begged officials to allow the star to compete at the Rio de Janeiro Games. Momota, 21, in December became the first Japanese ...
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Maruti S-Cross: India's first, true-blue, premium crossover

It’s a mix of a large hatchback and a compact SUV The CarDekho Garage just got its latest entrant - the Suzuki S-Cross. It's something my colleague Arun was most excited about. Unfortunately, his excitement was cut short the moment he peeped under the hood and saw the DDiS200 engine and not the DDiS320. I, on the other hand, was more than happy to welcome this unique set of wheels. Now talking about the car itself, the S-Cross isn’t like any of the run of the mill Marutis. In ...
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India at World T20: It was all about Virat Kohli's heroics

IMAGE: India’s Virat Kohli celebrates after winning the ICC World T20 match against Australia, in Mohali. Photograph: PTI Photos. The legend of Virat Kohli reached gigantic proportions at the World T20. The reigning superstar of Indian cricket virtually made the tournament a one-man show till India's campaign ended in the semi-final against the West Indies following a lackadaisical effort by the team's leading bowlers. Qualifying for the semi-finals should not be considered ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago The golden goose cannot always lay a golden egg!  Rediff.com1 month ago World T20: India bank on spin to blunt West Indian weapons  Rediff.com1 month ago Kohli is India's key batsman, but can't write off others: Shakib  Rediff.com1 month ago
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India eves lose a thriller against China

IMAGE: Indian women’s hockey team. Photograph: Facebook. Indian women's hockey team suffered a 1-2 defeat at the hands of fifth-ranked China in the last pool game of the 2016 Hawkey's Bay Cup. The match started slowly, with most of the battles taking place in the midfield and both teams struggling to penetrate the circle. China had the best opportunity of the quarter with a penalty corner which was well saved by Savita in goal to take the teams to the break tied 0-0. After the goalless ...
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Why India has failed miserably in maritime trade

Colombo can handle more container traffic than all of India’s ports put together. For a country with a long maritime tradition, this is a pathetic state of affairs, saya T N Ninan. Narendra Modi has just inaugurated a National Maritime Summit, perhaps the country’s first. Using the occasion, he has announced ambitious goals in terms of capacities, investment and jobs, all of which may or may not be realised. The important thing though is that it has brought into focus a long ...
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