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'India has agreed to play Pakistan in the UAE this December'

Wasim hopes Pakistan-India ties to be revived soon

LAHORE - Former Pakistan captain and legendry pacer Wasim Akram has hoped that will revive cricketing ties with Pakistan. Talking to the reporters at the Gaddafi Friday, Wasim said: Pakistan versus India should happen, no matter wherever it ... The Nation Pakistan, 10 minutes ago

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Labour leader's India visit will be a priority: Keith Vaz

LONDON: Labour's new vice chairman and the longest serving Asian MP in the House of Commons Keith Vaz wants Britain to build a monument in honour of UK's Indian community. In his first exclusive interview to TOI's Kounteya Sinha, Vaz says the Labour ...
 Times of India41 minutes ago

India detains Pakistani spy pigeon

NEW DELHI - Indian police said Friday they have detained a pigeon that flew into a village near the heavily militarised border with Pakistan on suspicion it was being used for espionage. Police said they had X-rayed the bird to see whether it was ...
 The Nation Pakistan50 minutes ago Pakistani spy pigeon detained in India  Odisha Samaya16 hours ago

Those who belong to India will continue to live in India: Rajnath on beef row

NEW DELHI: India is ready to accommodate those eating beef in the country, home minister Rajnath Singh indicated on Friday. In a curt rebuttal to party colleague Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi's recent statement that those eating beef should go to Pakistan, ...
 Times of India2 hours ago Indians will stay in India, says Rajnath Singh after 'Pak for beef-eaters' row  Deccan Chronicle12 hours ago

Modi means making of developed India: Venkaiah Naidu

HYDERABAD: Stating that restoring the trust of the people in the government is the biggest achievement of the Narendra Modi-led regime in the one year it has been in office, Union urban development minister M Venkaiah Naidu said he and the other ...
 Times of India2 hours ago People's expectations are high, much more to be done, says Modi  Rediff.com3 days ago
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The Death Toll From India's Hellish Heat Wave Is Now More Than 1,800

Pacific Press—LightRocket via People bath using a KMC water pipe at the E.M. Bypass as the mercury heat wave rises continuously in Kolkata and many other parts of India. The elderly, the homeless and those forced to go out and work in the ...
 Time17 hours ago India battles deadliest heatwave in two decades  Yahoo! India18 hours ago Heatwave kills over 1,800 in India; Andhra Pradesh, Telangana worst hit  Livemint.com18 hours ago India heat wave toll at record high: Crosses 1,700  Emirates24720 hours ago
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Difficult to pinpoint any single player of In-Form Team India, says Mashrafe Mortaza

Terming the Indian batting line-up as dangerous, Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza has said that it is quite difficult to pinpoint any single player of the in-form team India. Not a single batsman can be pinpointedand I have all respect ...
 Odisha Samaya20 hours ago Looking Forward to Playing in India, Says Bangladesh Skipper Mashrafe Mortaza  NDTV21 hours ago Bangladesh aim to play first ever series in India, says Mashrafe Mortaza  DNA India21 hours ago Our boys want to play a series in India: Mashrafe  Press Trust of India1 day ago

India's Travel and Tourism Sector is Set to Grow at a Much Faster Pace of 7.5 PC

The country's travel and tourism sector is set to grow at a much faster pace of 7.5 per cent and than last year, according to World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC). The Benchmarking Report 2015, brought out by an international industry ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago Modi govt's Ist year gift: India to overtake China despite slowdown  Rediff.com1 day ago India tipped to grow faster than China in Modi's first year despite sluggish feel  Livemint.com1 day ago Digital India: How Information Technology Can Augment Development  Center for Strategic and International Studies23 hours ago
Times of India

Mamata calls for friendship among India, Pak , Bdesh

Just a week ahead of her visit to Bangladesh along with prime minister Narendra Modi chief minister Mamata Banerjee today exhorted people of the countries of the sub-continent,, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh to create an environment of peace and ...
 The Echo Of India4 hours ago India eyes access to Chittagong port, Bangla wants power  The Echo Of India4 hours ago Bangladesh proposes joint management of rivers shared with India  Livemint.com7 hours ago PM Modi, Mamata to visit Bangladesh on June 6  Times of India1 day ago

India to outdo China's GDP in a year or two: Subramanian

PATNA: India will outdo China's gross domestic product (GDP) in a year or two though it will take at least two to three decades of development in India to catch up with the per capita growth rate of the giant Asian neighbour. This was remarked by ...
 Times of India3 hours ago Great news for India! It's economy grew at 7.5% between Jan-March 2015  Business Insider India13 hours ago India beats China with 7.5% GDP growth | US economy shrinks  Economic Times14 hours ago India Outpaces China as GDP Rises by 7.5% in Q4  NDTV Profit14 hours ago
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