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New York fracking ban is bad news for RIL, shale gas producers
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New York fracking ban is bad news for RIL, shale gas producers

A ban on fracking by the New York state is a small setback for India’s largest private firm, Reliance Industries, which has invested $7 billion in US shale gas.    On Thursday, the New York state banned fracking for health reasons. It said fracking, with horizontal drilling and chemical-laced water, could increase the risk of cancer, skin rashes, and upper respiratory tract problems. If the rest of the states in the US follow, it could put billions of dollars of investment at ... Rediff.com, 1 hour ago

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No deflation risk for Indian economy as yet: Economists

New Delhi: The wholesale inflation may havehit a zero level, but economists feel it is too early to worry about a 'deflation' possibility, as a 'nil' rate of price rise was just a statistical phenomenon in the current scenario. They said that the 'base ...
 Asian Age2 hours ago India's economic growth likely to improve to 6.3% in 2016: UN  Economic Times1 week ago India Likely to Improve Economic Growth to 6.3% in 2016: UN  Outlook India1 week ago
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Over 80,000 new believers baptized in India this year, claims Christian group

New Delhi : At a time when India’s Parliament proceedings are disrupted over the contentious issue of religious conversions, a North American organisation is planning an event in Chandigarh called ‘India Journey of Compassion’ to mark the ...
 IndiaTV News2 hours ago

Johnson fires away brittle India

A familiar batting collapse came back to haunt India once again as Australia took an unbeatable 2-0 lead after a fighting four-wicket win on the fourth day of the second Test. Despite allowing the Australian tail to build a 97-run lead on Friday, India ...
 Deccan Herald3 hours ago
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Latest Updates: India 157/7 at Lunch, lead Aus by 60 runs; second Test, Day 4

Brisbane : India had to battle it out for the whole day. They need to bat till the end of Day 4 to save the test match. Australia would look to bowl out India early and try to win the match today itself. India 157/7 after 47 overs (lead by 60 runs) ...
 IndiaTV News22 hours ago India collapse to reach 157/7 at lunch vs Australia on Day 4  Business Standard1 day ago

We are bidding for Club World Cup: AIFF president

India has not yet given up on its plans to host a Club World Cup in the near future, according to AIFF president Praful Patel, who asserted that the country's football scene would soon develop "qualitatively and quantitatively". Patel today chaired the All ...
 Zee News21 hours ago

Government takes disciplinary, administrative action against Indian diplomat Devyani Khobragade

A disciplinary as well as an administrative action of "compulsory wait" has been taken against diplomat Devyani Khobragade, who had hit the headlines last year after she was arrested in the US in a visa fraud case, even as the foreign service officer remained ...
 DNA22 hours ago Govt takes disciplinary, administrative action against Khobragade  Deccan Herald21 hours ago
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Abbott gives idols, ASI drags feet

The Archaeological Survey of India is yet to authenticate two smuggled antique idols three months after Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott returned them to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. ASI authentication is necessary for the prosecution of the suspected ...
 The Telegraph23 hours ago
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Lima did not safeguard interests of less developed nations like India

And the fissure nothing but deepened yet again! This is how experts would like to sum up the outcome of the 2014 Lima climate change talks where the developed and the developing countries supposedly sat across the table to strengthen the global partnership in ...
 Prokerala5 hours ago 'Lima did not safeguard interests of less developed nations like India'  Business Standard5 hours ago Developed countries should compensate for emissions: India  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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External Affairs Ministry strips Devyani Khobragade off her duties over vigilance case against her

Indian-American Richard Rahul Verma sworn in as US Ambassador to India AAI extends credit facility to SpiceJet till December External Affairs Ministry strips Devyani Khobragade off her duties over vigilance case against her Two Delhi stations to be developed ...
 IBN Live1 day ago Govt strips diplomat Devyani Khobragade off her duties  Rediff.com1 day ago With India-US ties on an upswing, Devyani Khobragade finds herself abandoned  Times of India1 week ago
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